Histories, mysteries, honey and money, this fall KDL presents the Live and Learn series offering presentations for adults on a wide variety of topics. Ranging from beekeeping to Michigan’s ghostly lore, the series is designed to intrigue and entertain you.
The six programs, each offered at Comstock Park branch as well as being offered at other KDL branch locations, includes Al Eicher Presents The Orphan Train in Michigan, the story of how 12,500 orphaned children from New York City and the Boston area made their way to Michigan in the mid-to-late 1800’s.
Extraterrestrial Life: What Lies Beyond Us, presented by Dr. Jason Smolinski, discusses discoveries and conditions required for life to exist outside our solar system and throughout the galaxy.
Medical Cannabis: A Brief Introduction, highlights the past, present and future of the plant’s medicinal use.
The Buzz on Beekeeping takes a look at the crucial role bees play in our environment, Using You Smartphone for Smart Savings teaches you how to use free, downloadable apps to save you money on groceries and retail purchases and The History of Comstock Park from 1837 to the Present, traces the progression of the area through three name changes and site development.
Pre-registration for the lectures is not necessary. For more information on the lecture series please call (616) 784-2007.
Posted by: Andrea