Stories About This Place
Saturday, March 30, from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Join us for an evening of stories spoken from the heart by people in our community who love the land. This annual event is a crowd-pleaser, and will leave you with a sense of awe and wonder about this beautiful place called the Monadnock region. This year, you’ll enjoy listening to Swift Corwin of Peterborough, Sebastian Lockwood of Greenfield, Martha Pinello of Antrim, Kin Schilling of Hancock, Mitchell Thomashow of Dublin, and Jesseca Timmons of Greenfield. Learn more about each speaker on our program page. Please bring a dessert to share; we’ll provide the coffee, tea, and cider. So we can plan accordingly, please register in advance. The event is free and open to all, with donations to defray costs gratefully accepted. There is ample free parking around town.
“Secrets of Bumblebees” Film Showing
Thursday, May 9, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
This award-winning documentary follows a year in the life of a wild bumblebee, including stunning “bee’s-eye view” footage that will leave you in awe of these fuzzy harbingers of spring. Following the film, Harris Center naturalist and entomologist Jenna Spear will be on hand for questions, along with an assortment of bee specimens from the Harris Center’s natural history collection. Free of charge, though donations are gratefully accepted to help cover the film license fees. Suggested donation: $5.
Presented by: Monadnock Conservancy, Harris Center for Conservation Education, and Keene State College Film Society.
Location: Putnam Arts Lecture Hall theater, Redfern Arts Center, Keene State College, Keene, N.H.
Contact: Email Brett Amy Thelen or call 603-358-2065.