What’s Going On: Kidding, lambing workshop in Canton, computer help offered in O’burg, Viking wire knitting class in Waddington
WORKSHOPS, CLASSES ON SATURDAY
Kidding, lambing workshop
CANTON: Cornell Cooperative Extension will be holding a workshop about kidding goats and lambing sheep 9:30 a.m.-noon, Extension Learning Farm classroom; focus will be on goat kids but most of the same principles apply to lambs; Dr. Carolyn Pierce, DVM and sheep owner, will assist Betsy Hodge, CCE livestock educator, in teaching the class; families are welcome to attend; topics covered include: Planning ahead for successful kidding and lambing, what to have on hand, the kidding/lambing process, how to warm a chilled kid, and a de-horning demo and discussion; sign-in will start at 9:30 with the program starting at 10 a.m. sharp; $10 per farm/family; registration is appreciated; register: 315-379-9192 ext. 227 or 237, sign up on-line at stlawrence.cce.cornell.edu or by emailing Betsy Hodge at [email protected].Drop-in Computer Help
OGDENSBURG: Drop-in computer help at Ogdensburg Public Library, 312 Washington St. 11 a.m.-12 p.m; bring in your eBook, internet, and computer questions; for more info:315-393-4325 or www.ogdensburgpubliclibrary.org.
Learn Viking knit
WADDINGTON: Learn Viking Knit, 1-4 p.m., The Gallery, 10 Main St., Waddington; learn an ancient Viking wire knitting technique known as Trichinopoly that we now call Viking Knit; students will make a key fob; $30; all materials provided, no experience necessary; www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister and prepay.