National Eagle Center: Live Eagle Program
Thursday, June 16th
11am – 12pm
The National Eagle Center provides the opportunity to learn all about eagle biology, ecology, natural history, and cultural connections in an engaging and entertaining presentation by one of their naturalist interpreters.
This program features a live eagle ambassador. Cameras are welcome.
My Garden of a Thousand Bees Film Screening & Free Native Wildflower Seeds Saturday, June 11th
11am – 12pm
See bees like you’ve never seen them before in the new PBS Nature documentary, My Garden of a Thousand Bees. This event is part of the nationwide #PlantWildflowers campaign that highlights the critical role bees and other pollinators play in healthy ecosystems.
After the film, take home a free packet of native wildflower seeds to plant in your own backyard. Planting as little as one square foot of wildflowers can make a big difference. Please join us to build habitats for local birds, bees and other pollinators
Campfire & Fireworks Safety
with the CFFD
Wednesday June 8th
Gather around a campfire in the Library’s rear parking lot to hear from members of the Cannon Falls Fire Department about ways to make sure everyone stays safe this summer around campfires and fireworks!
Participants are invited to make your own s’mores following the presentation. Materials provided Bring your own camp chair and (non-alcoholic) beverages!
Join us for Radical Reptile Adventures with the RAD Zoo.
We’ll have turtles, lizards, snakes and a small alligator.
Enjoy a 40 minute show, and 20 minutes for people to come up and touch a reptile.
A show you won’t want to miss.