Canby Library programs
The Canby Public Library has a variety of events slated for May. From disaster preparedness to music to auto racing, the library has an interesting lineup for visitors this month.
Here's what's coming:
The Granatelli Legend: From a Chicago service station to the Indy 500
The name Granatelli immediately suggests STP and the Indy turbine car. This talk on
Tuesday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m. will highlight significant developments in Andy Granatelli's decades of racing, from a rocket car in the late '40s to land-speed records at Bonneville.
This program will be presented by Tom Styczynski who is a retired Lockheed senior staff engineer, consummate car enthusiast, and volunteer docent at World of Speed.
Gardening with drought-resistant plants.
Tired of being a slave to the watering schedule? Find out what plants are drought-resistant but very attractive to make it on your garden wish list. This talk on Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. is the last Master Gardener Talk in the Spring series.