What’s Going On: SUNY Canton exhibitions, MASH Camp in O’burg, ‘Stumped by Salamanders’ Science Cafe in Potsdam
LOCAL EVENTS ON WEDNESDAY
Stumped by Salamanders
POTSDAM: Clarkson University Science Café, “Stumped by Salamanders: Habitat Use and Reproduction of an All-Female Amphibian ‘Species’” presented by St. Lawrence University Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Kristine Hoffmann, 7:15 p.m., St. Lawrence Valley Roasters & Jernabi Coffeehouse, 11 Maple St.; Science Cafes bring together engineers, scientists, and townspeople in a relaxed, informal setting, such as coffeehouses and pubs; speaker makes a short presentation about a topic in his or her field and then opens up the floor to discussion; www.clarkson.edu/sciencecafe.
POTSDAM: One-day MASH Camp for students in grades 9–12, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Canton-Potsdam Hospital; offered through a partnership of the Northern Area Health Education Center Inc. in Canton and St. Lawrence Health System; thanks to sponsorship by Stewart’s Shops, the camp is free of charge; students will explore healthcare careers through hands-on activities in a wide variety of departments throughout the hospital, such as physical therapy, radiology, medical laboratory and others; students will have the opportunity to interact with SimMan, an advanced patient simulator; participants are responsible for their own transportation and must meet vaccination requirements; lunch is provided; visit www.northernahec.org/apply to submit your application; deadline to apply is March 25 and participation is limited to 20 students; info: 315-379-7701.
Flotilla meetsMASSENA: The next meeting for U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 092-01-01 Massena meets, 5:30 p.m., Massena VFW.
Health Networking event
CANTON: Healthcare networking event, hosted by St. Lawrence County Health Iniative, NY Connects, 211 CNY and Adirondack Wellness Connections Coordinated Referral Network, 3-5 p.m., Best Western University Inn, Laurentian Room, 90 E. Main St.; all providers and community-based organizations invited; introducing new collaborative local referral network; learn about St. Lawrence County Wellness Coordination Center; light fare, refreshments provided; RSVP: Jerome James, [email protected], 315-261-2947.
History group meets
ST. REGIS FALLS: St. Regis Falls Historians Association to meet, 6 p.m., Waverly town offices, 6 N. Main St.
SUNY Canton exhibitions
CANTON: Part of SUNY Canton’s weeklong Scholarly Activities Celebration, SUNY Canton Graphic and Multimedia Design program will host two art exhibitions: a senior showcase, noon-4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 16, 17, and 18 at the Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center and a portfolio presentation from students enrolled in the Professional Practices course Thursday, April 18, in the Miller Campus Center, Rooms 218-220; included works in both shows will represent a variety of media including photography, illustration and graphic design; free, open to public.
CANTON: Environmental management council meets, 6 p.m., second-floor conference room of the public safety complex, Court Street; David Fisher, Madrid farmer and NY Farm Bureau chairman, on environmental and economic considerations involved with farming.
Dog, cat reading
POTSDAM: Read to a dog, a cat -- or even a ferret at the Potsdam Humane Society, 2 p.m.; books on hand, or bring your own; poster making; supplies provided; for K-4th grade; contact Potsdam Public Library to register 315-265-7230.
Game of LIFE
BRASHER: HYDE, a project of the Health Initiative, is offering free programming for teens looking for something fun to do and parents looking for something productive for their teens to do, 3-5 p.m., Brasher-Badenhausen Library, 4 Main St.; info: Facebook and Instagram @slchi.hyde.