Tag Archives: Talk

Museum Lecture: Ospreys with Alan Poole

Adult Lecture: “Ospreys: The Revival of a Global Raptor” with author and osprey expert Alan Poole, long associated with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will discuss his new book: “Ospreys: The Revival of a Global Raptor.” Reception and book signing to follow. Sundays in July and August the HLF Museum hosts adult lectures on a wide variety of topics.

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Library hosts Guest Speaker Arthur Houghton

Arthur Houghton’s at Union Chapel with a talk and powerpoint presentation: War, Peace, Art and Money: Travels in Iran by a Citizen of the Great Satan The Library hosts a program for adults almost every Tuesday in July and August from 5:30 to 6:30. Event details are forthcoming.

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FICC Guest Speaker: Sherri Moore on “What are Your Legal Rights”

FICC is having a fantastic speaker named Sherri Moore come to the Community Center on August 8th.  She’s a law professor at UVA, a very dynamic speaker, and probably one of the most popular teachers on campus. She’s giving a talk on people’s legal rights. For example, if a policeman rings your doorbell, do you have to let him in? Or …

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Library hosts Guest Speaker Author Jane Pollack

Author Jane Pollack with her new memoir “Too Much of Not Enough.”  She is a lifestyle coach, author, and nationally recognized speaker.  Her website is janepollack.com There will be a reception following her talk at the Library The Library hosts a program for adults almost every Tuesday in July and August from 5:30 to 6:30. Event details are forthcoming.

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Parade Ground Tour w/Professors Doug Tallamy and Adam Mitchell

Come to hear the talk at the Parade Grounds Saturday, July 21 at 11:00 AM. Professors Doug Tallamy and Adam Mitchell will lead a tour highlighting the progress that has been made over the last five years in tackling invasive species and introducing native plants. If you are interested, please meet in the Demonstration Garden next to the Movie Theater. …

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