April is Autism Acceptance Month and National Limb Loss and Difference Awareness Month
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Autism Acceptance, Not Awareness , Autism Speaks & Asperger/Autism Network
April is Kachemak Crane Watch
Cranes are winging their way North. Watch for the first arrivals in the next few weeks and let Kachemak Crane Watch know by calling 907-235-6262 or emailing email@example.com. This is the most reliable way of making sure important sightings make it into our citizen science information for the year. Date, time, location, behavior and number of cranes is helpful. Happy crane watching!
Thursday 14th 9:30AM-3:15PM - Group Ride to Fred Meyer's in Soldotna using BUMPS Bus ($10 round trip)
Have you heard about the BUMPS bus but would like to go as a group first? Let's discover this great service together. Thanks to the Ninilchik Traditional Council , BUMPS is a program offered to create an affordable transportation choice that serves the community. ADA accessible transportation connecting our communities together!!!! We'll meet at 9:30AM in front of Homer's Safeway, hop aboard and travel to Soldotna's Fred Meyer's at 11:00AM. We'll have 2 1/2 hours to shop and eat lunch. Bus leaves Fred Meyer's at 1:30PM returning to Homer's Safeway at 3:15PM. Call to RSVP at 907-235-7911
BUMPS Bus Schedule - HERE
Saturday 16th 10:00AM - 12:00PM - Tech Help at the Homer Public Library
Twice each month you can drop by the library and get help with whatever computer or e-reader questions you have. These sessions are FREE!
Saturday April 16th 1:00PM - 2:00PM Family Craft & Story Time at the Pratt Museum
Join the Pratt every third Saturday of the month until Summer for crafts, treats and story time. Projects and stories available for all ages. This is a FREE, family-fun event. Each month will have a different theme. Check out @prattmuseum or the website for more details. Masks are required inside of the museum. Thank you!
Friday 22nd 1:00PM - 2:00PM - Celebrate Earth Day with TRAILS and the Homer Seed Library
Meet at the Homer Public Library and learn about a great program from garden guru, Saskia Esslinger. Saskia is: a lifelong gardener, permaculture designer, teacher, founding member and creator of the Seed Library. Being a member of the library, you can "check out" as many seed varieties as you like and choose a few to save seeds from to return to the library and lend out to the next gardener. All of this program is free to the community!! Let's chat about planning and sowing your garden this summer. Grab some seeds for your summer garden!!!
Friday 29th 2:00PM-4:00PM - TRAILS Disability in Films Group Screening - Free
Once a month TRAILS will host a showing of a film or documentary that highlights and celebrates various disabilities. Join us in person or virtually from your home on Zoom. Limited seating available for in person screening so call early to RSVP. We'll pop some popcorn, watch the film and spend some time discussing. Stay tuned for the movie choice and the virtual link.
Saturday 30th 10:00AM - 6:00PM - Spring Book & Plant Sale at the Homer Public Library
Find great deals on books and plants with prices starting at just 10 cents! All proceeds go to Friends of Homer Public Library.