Our Picks: Tuesday's Top Events
This Tuesday is all about learning. There are so many interesting lectures this Tuesday evening. Take a peak.
Here are three things you can do Tuesday, March 28.
REDLINE TRAIL HIKING
Steve Hale from Open World Explorers will speak about his personal journey as a Redline Hiker in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Redline Hiking is the goal to hike every mile of trail on the map (denoted often as redlines) of some large area (in this case the White Mountains of NH and ME).
HEALING TRAUMA IN OUR COMMUNITIES
Author and artist Tracy Penfield will share the history of SafeArt, SafeArt’s basic principles, and a presentation of the ways in which this new curriculum can be used to heal trauma in our communities. She will engage the audience with a combination of excerpts from the book, performative elements, and discussion.
Penfield founded SafeArt after her own experiences healing from a destructive marriage and helping others to heal through creative expression. SafeArt grew from her vision to harness the natural healing qualities of creative expression in order to help heal individuals and communities from the wounds of trauma.
LECTURE ON AGRICULTURE AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE
Three-time James Beard Award-winning journalist Barry Estabrook will discuss social justice issues relating to the agriculture industry. A 3:30 p.m. book signing in Barrister’s Book Shop will precede the talk. Both events are free and open to the public.
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