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FREE Armchair Traveler with Haley Smith
Haley will speak about her semester abroad in the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania. She spent three months in the Wildlife Management Studies program with the School for Field Studies learning about everything from native language and culture to human-wildlife conflict and ways to mitigate it.
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Armchair Traveler with Richard Barnhart
Richard will be speaking about his time spent serving with the Maine Conservation Corps. Originally from Alaska Richard recently traveled to Maine to work with the Conservation Corps. Richard will speak about his time traveling and working in the back country of Maine building trails.
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Armchair Traveler about Myanmar in SE Asia
If there is one theme prevalent throughout that entire country it would have to be Pagodas, the golden Buddhist temples which are constructed in the hundreds of thousands across the land. Wherever he ended up, he could always be certain to be welcomed by one of these looming golden spires. Preston will talk about train travel on British colonial era railways, traditional Burmese marionette performance and crawling through the dusty chambers of ancient stone temples. He'll also bring along examples of Burmese textiles, currency, and a few audio recordings he made while visiting!
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Woods in the Winter Talk with Tim Lee
Join us in the great room for an interesting talk with local naturalist Tim Lee about the winter in the woods. Learn about the different creatures and plants that call the woods their home and how they are adapted to survive the cold winters.
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Wildflower talk with Tim Lee
Join us in the great room for a talk on wildflowers with local naturalist, Tim Lee. This well informed talk is made possible by the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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Free Family Concert with Evalina Everidge and Alex Taub
Evalina Everidge is a torch singer in the timeless old school tradition; her sultry vocal stylings evoke a soft embrace and her smooth delivery swings! She will be joined by pianist Alex Taub for an afternoon dedicated to Valentine’s month featuring songs of love by the great torch singers of the golden age of jazz and blues.
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Free Family Concert - Blue Haze
Like the haze on the mountains after a spring rain, wood smoke from a mountain cabin or the deep glow of sunlight through ice crystals on the mountain hemlocks,” Blue Haze” will wrap you in an emotional blanket of song. Jim Walker (Mandolin/Vocals), Phil Jenkins (Banjo/ Vocals), Lance Smith (Guitar/ vocals) Robert Hall (Bass/vocals) deliver renditions of contemporary and traditional bluegrass that will bring images of mountain life to mind. Three part harmonies with mandolin and banjo leads will dance your mind through memories of Lost Love, Family, Hard Times, and Mountain Beauty. Come experience the “Blue Haze” sound.
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Free Family Concert - Lake and Moore
Two guitars, two voices. Lake and Moore will be performing both original music and covers.
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Free Family Concert - Bassoon Duo
FENCE is delighted to present a unique afternoon of music provided by duo bassoonists Karen Molnar and Rosalind Buda. Join us in the Great Room The bassoon is a woodwind instrument that is seldom heard in a solo or chamber setting, but has a beautiful and extensive repertoire. Bassoonists Karen and Rosalind seek to introduce you to this charming, sonorous instrument in an afternoon of music that will take you on a journey around the world. Solo and duo pieces by French, German, Brazilian, and American composers will be featured on the program. Karen and Rosalind also delight in sharing tidbits and tales about their instrument, and will share these throughout the program. Be sure to stick around after the performance to mingle and snack on light refreshments. This event has been made possible by the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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