The latest resource in Northwestern Ontario libraries isn’t a book or tablet, but rather a radon detector. Short-term digital radon detectors, which measure levels of the lung-cancer causing gas, were added to the collection in November. The digital radon detectors offer a free way for residents to learn more about radon levels in their home. An information workshop will be held on Thursday January 16 from 6-7 pm at Mary J L Black library. The events include draws for free long-term radon test kits. Additional long-term radon test kits will be available for $50.
Event Type(s): Adult Programs, zAdult Learning
Age Group(s): Adults, Seniors