Around Town Dec. 31

The Delaware County Library system — including Rachel Kohl Library — has 100 new mobile hotspots available for checkout. Hotspots provide wireless Internet on the go and are loaned out for three weeks at a time. Request your hotspot just like you would a book. It will then be sent to Rachel Kohl via our county van delivery service and you will be contacted when it is ready for pickup. Click here to request a mobile hotspot.

The Delaware Center for Horticulture is holding a free Christmas tree recycling event on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be in the DCH parking lot at 1810 N. Dupont Street in Wilmington. This is a socially distant event; people bringing trees should stay in their cars and work crews will do the rest. The rain date is Sunday, Jan. 10.

Chester County History Center is holding a virtual Trivia Night on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m.  It’s all about Pennsylvania Pop Culture. Participants can test their knowledge against others in this fast-paced and exciting contest to crown the PA Pop Culture King/Queen. Tickets are $5. Winners will receive a swag bag full of exciting prizes. Go here to reserve a seat.

Mt. Cuba Center is holding an Owl Howl on Thursday, Jan. 14 from 5-7:30 p.m. Following a brief introductory lecture, people will head out into the garden and listen for their unique calls. Mt. Cuba Center’s varied landscapes and topography provide the ideal habitats for four of Delaware’s native owl species – the barred, barn, great horned, and Eastern screech – and winter is the best time to spot them roosting in our trees. Owls are nocturnal so join us as we search for them just after dusk. Dress for the weather. (Class size is limited.) A second howl is scheduled for Jan. 28. The cost is $19. Register here.

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