Kawartha Lakes Public Library Digital Archive
June 1, 2021: Episode #32 - Dr. Bocking on local vaccine roll-out. A bookless, Lindsay lending library. Old Gaol’s new letters. Close Kicks scores big.
Description
Episode 32 Advocate Podcast
Episode 32 Advocate Podcast
Creator
Grignon, Denis, Producer
Media Type
Audio
Item Type
Podcasts
Description
There are unique challenges in vaccinating the population of Kawartha Lakes – and our medical officer of health, Natalie Bocking, is up to that challenge.

Close Kicks’s first single, The House We Built, was already a hit. But then one of the country’s biggest podcasts called and made it bigger.

Those end-of-driveway, tiny lending libraries are super cool. But THIS one is even cooler. And it doesn’t even have books!

The Olde Gaol Museum knows we need to remember this pandemic and how it affected us as individuals. So, the museum is asking residents to put pen to paper (or, you know, use a computer keyboard) to share those experiences for a unique archiving project.

And our host shares a personal hockey-related anecdote that evokes a classic story and its sweater-eating moths. But in this case, not moths but Scugog mosquitoes.
Publisher
Roderick Benns
Place of Publication
Lindsay, ON
Date of Original
1 Jun 2021
Date Of Event
1 Jun 2021
Playing Time
42m23s
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Grignon, Denis ; Bocking, Natalie, Dr. ; Close Kicks
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Kawartha Lakes Public Library
Email:lindsaylibrary@kawarthalakeslibrary.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
190 Kent St W.
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
(705) 324-9411 extension 1268
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June 1, 2021: Episode #32 - Dr. Bocking on local vaccine roll-out. A bookless, Lindsay lending library. Old Gaol’s new letters. Close Kicks scores big.


There are unique challenges in vaccinating the population of Kawartha Lakes – and our medical officer of health, Natalie Bocking, is up to that challenge.

Close Kicks’s first single, The House We Built, was already a hit. But then one of the country’s biggest podcasts called and made it bigger.

Those end-of-driveway, tiny lending libraries are super cool. But THIS one is even cooler. And it doesn’t even have books!

The Olde Gaol Museum knows we need to remember this pandemic and how it affected us as individuals. So, the museum is asking residents to put pen to paper (or, you know, use a computer keyboard) to share those experiences for a unique archiving project.

And our host shares a personal hockey-related anecdote that evokes a classic story and its sweater-eating moths. But in this case, not moths but Scugog mosquitoes.