Mari Stanley has an obsession – all things gardening – and the fitting music that should accompany every day with trowel, gloves and soil. There’s a tremendous amount to learn about gardening in Dorchester’s uniquely varied climate. Each week, Mari and her expert guests tell all. And they answer your questions via firstname.lastname@example.org. In a County Garden airs every Saturday and Sunday at 8am – just before you might head to your garden, exclusively on WHCP!
Air flow is a key! From the Health Dept. and CDC.If you need to have a repairperson or other visitors in your home, combine fresh air with strategies like wearing a mask and staying 6 feet apart to slow the spread of COVID-19:• Open doors and windows. • Place a fan near an open window or door, blowing outside. • Turn on the exhaust fans in your bathroom and kitchen. Keep them running for 1 hour after the visit to remove virus particles.More ventilation tips: bit.ly/35wITyg. … See MoreSee Less
Nevermore shall you lack for titles dark and dreary! Here are a few suggestions from our Dorchester librarians!Edgar Allan Poe was born on this day, January 19th, in 1809. Request one of these titles to go with all things dark and deliciously Poe! Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive (DVD)Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Madness – illustrated by Gris GrimleyThe Fall of the House of Usher and Other Writings: Poems, Tales, Essays, and ReviewsThe Tales of Edgar Allan PoeSteampunk Poe – illustrated by Manuel Šumberac and Zdenko BasicThe Complete Poems Library to Go:(410) 228-7331www.dorchesterlibrary.org … See MoreSee Less
From the Health Department….DCHD is closed in observance of Dr. Martin King Luther, Jr. Day. If you are looking for safer ways to celebrate the holiday, here are some tips from the CDC. Learn more: bit.ly/2M0WtTXReminder: Our next COVID-19 testing event is Wednesday, January 20th, 9:30am-12:30pm at CSD High School. … See MoreSee Less