Marquetry is the art of assembling thin slices of wood to form an image. Current artist on display, Craig Altobello, will walk us through the process of turning logs into works of art from cutting his own veneers to the beeswax finish.
The streams and ponds are opening up and ducks are returning. We’ll explore the old course of the Saco River and other open water in search of wood ducks, hooded mergansers, common golden eyes, and other early migrants. Bring binoculars and we’ll bring the doughnuts! Call 447-6991 for reservations.
Join Charlie Nims on a pictorial exploration of the birds of Trinidad& Tobago from his recent travels.
Come meet the artist, see his work and mingle with friends! Stay for the great birding program that follows.
Cynthia Nelson and Kathy Black of NH DES will present on several of the State’s programs designed to help improve the energy efficiency and resource waste. The NH Pollution Prevention Program is a free, confidential, non-enforcement, pollution prevention and compliance assistance program available to all NH businesses, institutions, municipalities and agencies. The presenters will also [...]
Join Executive Director Lori Jean Kinsey for pictorial journey of early spring wildflowers. From hepatica to Dutchman’s breeches she will look at what makes each flower unique from its pollinators to its habitat.
Four years in the making, this one-hour documentary reveals how fire suppression and climate change have exposed our forests and wildland-urban landscapes to large, high intensity wildfires - and explores strategies to mitigate the impact of these fires. David Govatski, retired US Forest Service Fire Management Office, will lead a discussion following the film.
Have you ever wanted to become a beekeeper? Have you already tried beekeeping and have challenges or successes you would like to share? Join us for an informal discussion about beekeeping in Mt. Washington Valley, whether it is to share your personal beekeeping stories or to learn about resources that are available. For more information [...]
Did you know that the Pileated Woodpecker announces its territory by drumming at a rate of 15 pecks per second? Join Bonny Boatman for a multimedia presentation of stories, folklore and facts about this remarkable woodland neighbor.
David Govatski will lead this exploration of Cherry Pond in winter. The varied habitat offers opportunities for great tracks, interesting birds, and a terrific landscape. Dress warmly, bring a lunch, and bring snowshoes or borrow ours. Call 603-447-6991 for reservations.