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June 3, 2019, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Town of Andover walking/hiking trails: AVIS Reservations and Andover Conservation Commission Land, etc.
A walking bereavement program dedicated to supporting grief and healing within the community. Individual walks available upon request Monday through Friday at local walking trails in Andover. Trails offered are based on each individual's abilities and interests. Group walks offered if available. Additional bereavement resources and support always available. Please contact Jacquie Marchand LCSW, Bereavement Coordinator at 978-837-3333 106 or email@example.com for more information and to register.
June 3, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ MHL - The Hall
Crows are mischievous, playful, social, and passionate. They have brains that are huge for their body size and exhibit an avian kind of eloquence. They mate for life and associate with relatives and neighbors for years. And because they often live near people—in our gardens, parks, and cities—they are also keenly aware of our peculiarities, staying away from and even scolding anyone who threatens or harms them and quickly learning to recognize and approach those who care for and feed them, even giving them numerous, oddly touching gifts in return. The ongoing connection between humans and crows—a cultural co-evolution—has shaped both species for millions of years. And the characteristics of crows that allow this symbiotic relationship are language, delinquency, frolic, passion, wrath, risk-taking, and awareness—seven traits that humans find strangely familiar. John Marzluff is James W. Ridgeway Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington.
June 3, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ MHL - The Hall
Martin Culpepper, a sixteen-year-old aspiring wildlife photographer, will give a talk about the owls of New England. Martin has always enjoyed nature, and began photographing outdoors at age 12. He spends 50-60 hours each month looking for wildlife to photograph. He's traveled to Alaska, Wyoming, and most recently to northern Minnesota, to capture photographs of wildlife there. When he's not out with his camera, he enjoys being a Boy Scout, and camping, hiking, and fishing. He was a finalist in the National Geographic Student Expeditions 2019 photo contest. His photographs will be on display at the library for the month of June.
June 3, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Town Offices - 3rd Floor Conf Room A (Selectmen’s)