Friends Noon Program: Books Sandwiched InMonday September 21, 2020
12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
“THE HUDSON VALLEY: THE FIRST 250 MILLION YEARS: A MOSTLY CHRONOLOGICAL AND
OCCASIONALLY PERSONAL HISTORY”, BY DAVID LEVINE
David Levine, a local freelance writer and editor, will discuss his new book. The mighty Hudson River is the centerpiece of this fascinating collection of essays, ranging from prehistoric times to current life. It touches on a wide variety of topics, including the author’s own personal stories of the region. Penned in an enjoyable, sometimes humorous style, Levine offers up an introduction to the fascinating people, places, and events that have helped define this wonderful Hudson Valley that some of us call home.
To join this program on ZOOM, please click on the following link below at 12:00pm this day:
Meeting ID: 340 506 1738
For the Q&A section of this program, we will be utilizing Zoom's RAISE HAND feature.
Before you join this program, please make sure that you have read through the web article linked below on how to use RAISE HAND for the device you will be using to participate in this ZOOM program:
Location: Online Program
to go to the Schenectady County Library