What’s Going On Wednesday: Alcohol ink stamps in Norwood, goat health program offered in Canton
Monday, December 2, 2019 - 5:52 am


Alcohol ink stamps

NORWOOD: Alcohol ink stamper class, 6:30 p.m., Norwood Public Library, 1 Morton St.; artist Kris Rozelle will teach attendees to use alcohol ink stampers and canned air to paint 4 glass ornaments and 1 one porcelain star with ribbons and glitter just in time for the holiday giving; no previous art experience necessary; all materials included; $45 per person or split the ornament set with family; dress for the mess.

Goat health program

CANTON: Cornell Cooperative Extension will offer an evening program about keeping goat herds healthy, 7 p.m., Extension Learning Farm classroom, 2043B State Highway 68; taught by Betsy Hodge, livestock educator, and will include how to tell when your goat is sick, when to call the vet, things that can go wrong, items to have on hand; discussion to share things farmers have found challenging and their solutions; will finish with a trip out into the barn to look at the Extension Learning Farm goats; those that want to see foot trimming can stay and try it as well; meat and dairy goat issues will be covered; register by calling the office at 315-379-9192 ext. 227 or email Betsy Hodge at [email protected]; $5 per farm charge to cover refreshments and materials.