Monarch butterflies are among the most recognizable insects in America, with an astounding autumn migration seen throughout Long Island lasting thousands of miles. A series of man-made problems are causing an ongoing and serious population decline. Find out about the monarch's life cycle, what they do for us, and what we can do for them. Attendees will go home with milkweed seeds (limited supply).
Teens who attend will earn 1 hour of community service credit.
The Library makes no warranties and/or representations concerning virtual and in-person programs. Your decision to participate in the programs is an express consent on your part to waive any and all claims against the Library which may result from said participation and hereby release and discharge the Jericho Public Library from any and all liabilities.
Jericho Public Library strives to create respectful and family-friendly experiences both in-person and virtually using Zoom. Please do not share any Zoom links. You must be registered to be admitted to the Zoom programs. In order to facilitate presentations, a library staff member will co-host. The host may or may not, at their discretion, enable visual and chat participation. We ask that all participants in library programs be mindful and polite. Guests who are disruptive or otherwise do not conduct themselves in a respectful manner may be removed from the program.
When using a PC for a virtual program, you will need to download Zoom software before the program begins. When using a mobile device, please download the Zoom app on your device and create your own Zoom account for easiest convenience.
We thank you in advance for your courtesy.