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Gilgamesh: A Retelling of an Ancient Tale

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States

Join master storyteller Sebastian Lockwood as we gather around the campfire for a new telling of the 4,000-year-old epic, Gilgamesh – a Mesopotamian myth filled with adventure, friendship, loyalty, and even a monster.

Nature on Tap: A Loon Ranger’s Life

Post & Beam Brewing 40 Grove Street, Peterborough, NH, United States

Join us at the Post & Beam Brewery for happy hour storytelling with Caroline Hughes of the Loon Preservation Committee. Find out the secrets of one of New Hampshire’s most iconic species and raise your glass to this majestic bird!

“Danika the Rose” with Odds Bodkin for Families

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States

Families and friends, come experience "Danika the Rose," a musical fairy tale adapted for a young audience!

“Danika the Rose” with Odds Bodkin

Monadnock Center for History and Culture 19 Grove Street, Peterborough, NH, United States

As a prelude to the Harris Center’s 50th Anniversary, come celebrate how nature inspires art. Melding song and storytelling, "Danika the Rose" weaves together Dvorak’s sublime Moravian Duets with an original fable written and narrated by Odds Bodkin to create a musical fairy tale for our tumultuous times.

Harris Center Classic: Jefts Cemetery by Dark

Pitcher Mountain Stoddard, NH, United States
NOTE: This program has been POSTPONED to 10/26.

Join local history buff Eric Aldrich and ghost story enthusiast Susie Spikol for a favorite Harris Center hike to a remote cemetery in Stoddard’s Andorra Forest. Come learn about the lives of those who once lived here and spend time in the graveyard hearing some good old-fashioned ghost tales, just in time for Halloween...

Harris Center Classic: Jefts Cemetery by Dark

Pitcher Mountain Stoddard, NH, United States

Join local history buff Eric Aldrich and ghost story enthusiast Susie Spikol for a favorite Harris Center hike to a remote cemetery in Stoddard’s Andorra Forest. Come learn about the lives of those who once lived here and spend time in the graveyard hearing some good old-fashioned ghost tales, just in time for Halloween...

An Evening with Walt Whitman

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States
NOTE: Unfortunately, this program has been CANCELED due to illness.

Stephen Collins brings Walt Whitman to life in this acclaimed one-man show by playwright Michael Keamy.