What’s Going On: Lyme disease talk in Canton, poetry reading in Ogdensburg, ‘Take it or Leave it’ program at SUNY Canton
LOCAL EVENTS ON MONDAY
Lyme disease talkCANTON: Preventing Lyme and other Tick-borne Disease, 6:30 p.m., at Cornell Cooperative Extension, Canton, with Dr. Stephen Rich; aimed to the general public, will provide an overview of the hazards and risks associated with human biting ticks; Rich will describe and explain appropriate personal protection measures that can greatly reduce risk. Handouts and tick ID tools helping with tick identification and prevention will be provided.
Take it or Leave It
CANTON: SUNY Canton’s annual “Take it or Leave It” program, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center’s ice arena; collects unwanted clothing and household items from students who are moving out of the residence halls and offers them free of charge to the community and charitable organizations; public invited to browse; info: Sheila Peo 315-386-7676.
Down Home Thinkin’
OGDENSBURG: “Meet the Author” event: poetry reading by local author Richard Fitzgerald of his book “Down Home Thinkin’; described as “an easy reading collection written by an average Joe attending the University of life;” 5-7 p.m; Ogdensburg Public Library, 312 Washington St.