Saving our Native Trout - presented by Chris Hirsch, NepRWA Environmental Scientist
A Virtual program fromm the Neponset River Watershed Association
Join Chris as he discusses the history and plight of the Neponset Watershed’s native brook trout, a fish that was once common throughout Eastern Massachusetts and is now quite rare in the region. Chris will also speak about our partnership with Greater Boston Trout Unlimited and the Native Brook Trout Initiative, NepRWA’s plan to save the local trout.
This is a one hour slide presentation that also incorporates video footage. The presentation melds historical fact together with legend and myth to produce an interesting and fascinating new look at events that really happened and the stories of haunting that followed them.
The topics addressed in the lecture will be Mercy Brown "The Vampire" of Exeter Rhode Island, the cursed Freetown State Forest in Massachusetts, The horrors of the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River Massachusetts, a haunted forest in the wilds of Connecticut, the ghostly happenings at Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire, and evidence of ghosts at the John Alden House in Duxbury Massachusetts.
On the day and time of the program click the Zoom link below.
Trick-or-Treat at the BOO-den Library!
Wear your costume and come trick-or-treating at the BOO-den library! Stop by the Children’s room between 1:00-4:00pm to pick up your oogy-boogy-goody bag*, make a simple craft to help decorate our space, then take your picture in front of a fun Halloween backdrop!
*While supplies last. Please remember to wear your mask and socially distance!*
(with the BOO-den Library Children’s Department!)
Join us for a kooky spooky virtual Halloween event! We’ll have stories, songs, movement, and games! Register for this fun program below!
This will be a Zoom event. Please register for this event. The Zoom link will be posted here closer to the time of the event.
"It's a Wonderful Life" Virtual Lecture presented by Dustin Pari
Dustin has done it again! It’s a Wonderful Lecture is a presentation that has truly resonated on a deep level with so many. Taking a look at the beloved classic It’s a Wonderful Life, Dustin uses quotes, scenes, and characters from the movie as he weaves a tale of commonality and humanity that brings us all together in love, kindness, and harmony. Hear the tale and feel the struggle of George Bailey, because his issues are our issues. We all walk through this human experience together, feeling the ripple of the lives of those around us.
Registration will begin on November 8th. This is a Zoom Event. The Zoom link will be posted here and emailed to you closer to the event date.