Library talks you missed: Presentations on invasives, dark skies, KidLit, and complicated teens

by beth on August 7, 2019

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Above: SAM’s posted videos include four interesting talks held at the Southborough Library this past spring.

Most of us can’t make it to all of the interesting talks and presentations held at the Southborough Library throughout the year. Fortunately, Southborough Access Media is usually able to capture them to share.

Here are SAM’s latest videos of library talks from this past spring, covering a range of topics.

Invasive Insects

Southborough Open Land Foundation brought in Joshua Bruckner to talk to the public about “Endangered Trees: Invasive Insects”. The presentation was held at the Library in April. (Dedicated blog post.)

posted to You Tube by Southborough Access Media

A Tour of the Cosmos from the Dark Skies of Southborough

Southborough’s Dr. Destin Heilman spoke about and shared the “astrophotographs” he took from his backyard observatory. The presentation hosted by The Natural Sciences Club of Southborough was held at the Library in June. (Dedicated blog post.)

posted to You Tube by Southborough Access Media

KidLit: Children’s Authors

In June, the Library moderated a panel discussion with four authors of children’s books ranging from picture books to young adult novels. (Dedicated blog post.)

posted to You Tube by Southborough Access Media

Teen Brains and Emotions: It’s Complicated

In May, Southborough Youth and Family Services brought in Director of Castlebrook Counseling Services, Kerrie Toole, to talk to parents. She explained the neurodevelopmental and societal factors behind increasing rates of anxiety and depression in teens. (Dedicated blog post.)

posted to You Tube by Southborough Access Media

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