april, 2022

04apr6:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.FeaturedVirtual EventDogs of ChernobylVirtual EventOnline

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Virtual program. April 4. 6-7 p.m.

Pet expert Stephen Quandt returns to present on his research & work with the descendants of pet dogs left behind after the 1986 nuclear incident. This rare and poignant look at Chernobyl and the dogs (and people) who continue to live there features Quandt’s personal photos and videos from the abandoned towns of Pripyat and Chernobyl City. Geared to ages 16+.

“Stephen’s presentation on the Dogs of Chernobyl was both an excellent history lesson and a moving and uplifting humanitarian message. Considering the devastation wrought by humans at Chernobyl, the effort being made by a small group of people to improve the lives of the animals at the site feels like redemption.” -Maria Buhl, Department Head, Programs and Services, Guilderland Public Library

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Time

(Monday) 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Location

Online

Organizer

Renee HopperAdult Services Manager

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3 thoughts on “Dogs of Chernobyl”

    1. Hi Anne! We agree, this seems so interesting, and we are looking forward to it. You’ll receive the link via email very soon!

  1. I was going to register for this program but after looking at the pictures it made me so sad and felt I didn’t want to the poor dogs.

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