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Through hands-on experimentation, artist Kris Loya teaches about color concepts and how to apply them to art, design and even choosing paint colors for your home. Supplies provided. For teens and adults. This program is free and open to the public; registration is not required. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2TeKIrI.
A new vegetable season is upon us: Is your garden ready? Experts from the Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program will discuss initial planning, soil preparation, fertilization and spring seed selection. This program is free and open to the public; registration is not required. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2RmnSfW.
Forrest Pritchard, New York Times bestselling author, joins us at historic Zephaniah Farm Vineyard for the next meeting of Loudoun County Public Library's Winery Book Club. Arrive at 3 p.m. for optional wine purchasing. The book discussion will get underway at 3:30 p.m. Details: https://bit.ly/2HYu9Pu
In "Gaining Ground," Pritchard recounts his ambitious and often hilarious endeavors to save his family’s seventh-generation farm in Clarke County. The result of this labor of love is Smith Meadows Sustainable Farm, one of the first "grass-finished" farms in the country, which sells at leading farmers’ markets in the Washington, DC area. Sign out "Gaining Ground" at Zephaniah Farm Vineyard or Rust Library, or instantly access the eBook (https://bit.ly/2BtmAL1) or eAudiobook (https://bit.ly/2TG78T0) using your library card number.
Find out how the FBI works to protect children from online predators in the next installment of Tech on Tap, a new adults-only program presented by Loudoun County Public Library and The George Washington University at Old Ox Brewery. FBI Special Agent Laura Calvillo will reveal the tactics sexual predators use on social media and digital platforms, and provide strategies for keeping children safe online. Calvillo has been a member of the FBI's task forces on child exploitation and human trafficking since 2016. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2Sjc0Ax.