Babe Café will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. March 28 at Penn Yan Public Library, 214 Main St., Penn Yan. Do you have questions about pregnancy, breastfeeding, and/or parenting? Lactation Counselors are available to help you at Baby Café! This is a free drop-in for all families and older siblings are welcome (childcare not provided). Penn Yan Public Library, www.pypl.org, 315-536-6114.
Story time: April Fool’s
April Fool will be the subject of Story time at 10:30 a.m. March 28 at Dundee Library, 32 Water St., Dundee. Silly stories and innocent pranks. Learn some new jokes to share with friends and we’ll end with a silly snack.
The Lenten Luncheon at noon March 28 will be held at the First Baptist Church, 224 Main St., Penn Yan. Sandi Perl, Bluff Point United Methodist Church will be the speaker. The meal is sloppy joes, corn, tossed salad & fruit cup. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and Bluff Point United Methodist Church will serve. Meals are being prepared by the Wagner Restaurant with area churches providing the desserts. $7 per person.
Knit n Chat
Knit n Chat will be held at 2 p.m. March 28 at Dundee Library, 32 Water St., Dundee. Bring your works-in-progress, or unfinished objects, and share some laughs with old and new friends.
Dr. Ted Barnett, founder of the Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Group and president of the Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute will speak at 5 p.m.March 28 in Jephson Science Center, Room 104 (lecture hall). Dr. Barnett will discuss “Plant-based Nutrition and the Evolving Medical Paradigm.” Dr. Barnett, known as “Dr. Veggie,” will highlight the benefits of a plant-based diet and share what lifestyle choices can be made to help individuals take charge of their own lives.
Library Euchre Night
Library Euchre Night will be held at 6:30 p.m. March 28 Card Club at Gorham Free Library, 2664 State Rte. 245, Gorham. Recruit your friends, and play some hands.
Keuka College’s Spotlight Series continues Thursday, March 28, with a reading by poet Nicholas Friedman. Free and open to the public, the reading begins at 7 p.m. in Hegeman Hall 109. Mr. Friedman, a Syracuse native, serves as a Jones Lecturer in Poetry at Stanford University. His first book of poems, Petty Theft, earned the 2018 New Criterion Poetry Prize. The literary magazine for which the award is named, The New Criterion, is recognized as one of the foremost contemporary venues for poetry that pays close attention to form.