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Lyme Academy Announces Spring, Summer Youth & Adult Programs, Registration Now Open

OLD LYME — Spring programming at Lyme Academy of Fine Arts is starting online with introductory landscape painting essentials, which prepare students for practicing their craft in the great outdoors. American Academy of Landscape Painting Presents Courses for Beginner, Advanced Students Lyme Academy’s American Academy of Landscape Painting offers six online courses and 10 in-person READ MORE.

All Welcome to Free Presentation via Zoom on Pollinator-Friendly Lawns, Wednesday; Hosted by ‘Pollinate Old Lyme!’

OLD LYME — Zoom signups are now open for a free Zoom presentation on Pollinator-Friendly Lawns with Tom Christopher. All are welcome to the presentation, which begins at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 14. Email to receive the Zoom link. Pollinate Old Lyme! presents gardener, author, and podcast host Tom Christopher. Christopher will give READ MORE.

Old Lyme’s PGN Library Transitions to Hybrid Service Model

OLD LYME — The Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library has now transitioned to a hybrid model of service as outlined below. Monday-Thursday 9am-1pm: Walk-Ins Welcome 1pm-5pm: Appointments required (45 minute appointments are offered at the top of the hour at 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm) 5pm-7pm: Walk-Ins Welcome Friday 9am-1pm: Walk-Ins Welcome 1pm-5pm: Appointments required (45 READ MORE.

RTP Estuary Center Hosts Virtual Program Tomorrow on Butterflies; All Welcome, Registration Required

OLD LYME — Tomorrow evening, the Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center (RTPEC) presents Butterflies: Monarchs, Migrations, and Conservation, when Robert Michael Pyle, Ph.D., conservation biologist and author of The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Butterflies, will be interviewed by Evan Griswold. This interview is part of the 2021 Connecticut River Lecture Series offered READ MORE.

Community Invited to Virtual Conversation on Creating Stronger Police Culture Through the ABLE Project

LOL Partnership for Social Justice & FCCOL Sponsor Zoom Presentation by Nationally Recognized Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE)™ Program Developed by Civil Rights Activists & Law Enforcement at Georgetown Law Center LYME/OLD LYME – On Sunday, Apr. 11, at 5 p.m., residents from across Connecticut are invited to participate in a conversation via Zoom READ MORE.

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