This Week at
Franklin Public Library

Title:Brown Baggers Book Discussion
Date: 4/20/2021
Description:Join the Brown Baggers when they discuss The Library Book by Susan Orlean.
Title:Bee Aware: Attracting Local Pollinators and Native Bees
Date: 4/21/2021
Description:Pollinating insects increase environmental diversity and drive seed and food production throughout the world. Nearly 1/3 of the food we eat requires pollination and local or home grown food needs local bees. Find out how you can help attract local pollinators, including beautiful butterflies and different types of native bees, by adding plants attractive to pollinators and supporting their life cycles in your yard.

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https://zoom.us/j/98563056107

Meeting ID: 985 6305 6107

Jennifer Lazewski is a UW-Madison Division of Extension volunteer with the Southeast Wisconsin Master Gardener Association. She is the founder and chairperson of its educational Pollinator Group. An experienced butterfly and hummingbird gardener before becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer, she continues to add native plants and shrubs to her small, urban Wauwatosa yard and delights in the expanding population of insects and wildlife that visit her garden. She also works on bumble bee monitoring and other community science projects with the DNR, local park systems, and nature center programs.
Title:Crafty Kits
Date: 4/23/2021
Description:Crafty Kits (Grades K5-5): Pick up a craft kit to make at home!
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