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Kelly Adirondack Center Events

 
People in the Wilderness
with Hallie Bond
 
"Lunch and Learn Series"
 
 
 
April 23, 2014 at 5:30
 

The Twinning of the Italian Abruzzo National Park with the Adirondack Park

by Paul Bray

Monday, April 14: Of Guides and Guideboats

Monday, April 21: From "Botonizing to Baking"

Monday, April 28: A Paradise for Boys and Girls
 
Open to the public.
$5 per lecture
Register with Becky Schubmehl at
schubmer@union.edu
or 388-6101

 



 

Kelly Adirondack Center

897 St. David's Lane

Shuttles will leave Old Chapel

at 4:45 and 5:15 p.m. 

and will return after the lecture.


Visit the Kelly Adirondack Center

 

The Adirondack Research Library

 

Announcements

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Adirondack Research Library earns grant funding
for
 “Grass Roots Activism and the American Wilderness:
Pioneers in the Twentieth Century
Adirondack Park Conservation Movement.”
See more detailed information on the grant and project.

 

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Hours

Open to the Union College Community 
& the General Public

Mondays 10am-4pm 

 Thursdays 1pm-4pm

(Or by appointment)



Researchers:
Please contact librarian prior
to visit so relevant materials
are ready for use upon arrival.
 

CONTACT

Kelly Adirondack Center
897 St. David's Lane    Niskayuna, NY 12309

518.280.5951        ADK@union.edu 

Loraine M. Wies, MLS
Adirondack Research/ 
Continuing Resources Librarian

Union College

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