'Fall Colors and Trees' free virtual program Oct. 20


LA SALLE - Everyone enjoys seeing the pop of color that covers the landscape and woodland canopies during the fall season. The LaSalle Public Library will virtually host Illinois Department of Natural Resource Coordinator and University of Illinois Extension Master Naturalist, Lisa Sons, on Tuesday, Oct. 20 when she presents, “Fall Colors and Trees.” The event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 6 p.m.

In this educational and informative program, Sons will explore the beautiful fall colors that are found at Starved Rock State Park and will provide tips on how to identify various Illinois trees. Additionally, the audience will learn the magical science behind the question – why do leaves change color in the fall. At the end of the program, she will answer audience questions via live chat.

In order to gain access to the program, individuals are asked to register at https://bit.ly/3iLSq8M.

Those who prefer to connect to the program using an iPad or smartphone, need more information or have questions, please contact Rachael Blomquist, Digital Content Librarian, at [email protected] or call the library at (815) 223-2341.

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