Local Authors Outside
Meet local authors as they share connections of their work to outside spaces—enhancing our connections to nature and sense of place. Each author will speak for approximately 20-minutes and then we’ll enjoy a hike! Sturdy shoes and a jacket are recommended; moderate hiking and uneven surfaces are possible. This series of events is co-sponsored by Lawrence Public Library and Kansas Native Plant Society. If there is inclement weather, we will meet inside each noted address.
SAT| Feb 10 |1-2:30 PM | Baker Wetlands Discovery Center |1365 N 1250 Rd.
Visit the Breidenthal Woods with George Frazier, author of The Last Wild Places of Kansas: Journeys into Hidden Landscapes.
If there is inclement weather, we will meet inside the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center. Please note: the classroom at the Discovery Center is reserved for another (private) program.
RSVP needed, contact Shirley: email@example.com or (785) 843-3833.
Annette Hope Billings
SAT | Mar 10 |1-2:30 PM | Wakarusa Valley Heritage Museum | 716 N 1190 Rd Lawrence, KS
Meet Annette Hope Billings, author of A Net Full of Hope. And learn about the rich history in this area that became the Bloomington Area of Clinton Lake.
If there is inclement weather, we will meet inside the museum.
SAT | Apr 14 |1-2:30 PM | Baker Wetlands east gate |Haskell Ave & N 1250 Rd.
Visit the Baker Wetlands with Kelly Barth, author of My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus.
If there is inclement weather, we will meet inside the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center, 1365 N 1250 Rd.
SUN | May 6 |1-2:30 PM | Carpool via the parking lot north of the river bridge on the east side | N. 2 nd St. & Locust St.
If there is extreme weather, we will cancel.
- Contact: Shirley Braunlich
- Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org