Danell Haspel: Explore autumn’s delights at DL Library
The fall equinox will occur today (Sunday, Sept. 22). The word equinox, in Latin, means “equal night.” There will be an equal number of day hours and night hours, at 12 each.
The fall equinox kicks off the autumn season for those of us in the northern hemisphere, and spring for those in the southern hemisphere. So dig the potatoes, harvest the pumpkins and squash, and proceed with all the wonderful fall activities you love!
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