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2020 TCCA Graduate Student Fellowship

2020 TCCA Graduate Student Fellowship 

The Thoreau Society is pleased to announce its second annual Thoreau Country Conservation Alliance (TCCA) graduate student fellowship. The 2020 Thoreau Graduate Student Fellow will receive an award of $1,000 for travel and Thoreau-related research in greater Boston area, plus free attendance at the 2020 Thoreau Society Annual Gathering in Concord, Massachusetts. (Attendance at the Annual Gathering is not required and will not be factored into the fellowship committee’s evaluation.)

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Ken Lizotte, Getting Your Book Written, Published, and Sold

The Write Connection: A Program in partnership with Thoreau Farm

Ken Lizotte

November 2, 2019, 10 am - 1 pm

Thoreau Farm, 341 Virginia Road, Concord, MA 01742

Has the time come for you to write and publish a book? Yes, of course … but where do you...

A Primer for Forgetting

The Write Connection: A Program in partnership with Thoreau Farm 

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On Oct 29, at 7:00 PM, Lewis Hyde, a MacArthur Fellow and former director of Creative Writing at Harvard University, will discuss his latest book, A Primer for Forgetting: Getting Past the Past.

Hyde's other works include...

Nature: A Walking Play

The Trustees and TigerLion Arts present Nature, a walking play about Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau’s mutual love affair with the natural world. The Old Manse in Concord—where  Emerson lived while writing his famous essay, “...

Richard Higgins, "Trees in Thoreau's Concord and Today,"

"Trees in Thoreau's Concord and Today," photographs by Richard Higgins, author of Thoreau and the Language of Trees, will be on display at the Walden Pond Visitor Center, 915 Walden St., Concord, MA, through August 30, 2019. For directions and additional information, visit Walden Pond State Reservation.

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Emerson and Thoreau

 

7/31/19, 7-8 pm: Renowned scholar Robert D. Richardson will reflect on Emerson, Thoreau, and Transcendentalism. Responses by Bay Emerson Bancroft, Robert Gross, and Megan Marshall

To get a sense of some of the ground this discussion might cover, take "...

Moosehead Lake

East Cove, Greenville, Maine    July 24-26, 2019

The Thoreau Wabanaki Trail Festival promotes the understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of Maine’s unique cultural heritage and natural resources, made famous here in the Moosehead Lake Region. It celebrates naturalist writer Henry David Thoreau’s three trips into the Maine Woods and the culture and heritage of the Wabanaki people. Penobscot Nation Chief Joseph Attean and guide Joseph Polis guided two of the three Thoreau trips, launched...

Helen Sherrah-Davies, Steven Kirby, Ed Lucie

Join the Thoreau Society on Friday, July 12, 2019 at 7:30 at First Parish (Concord) for a special performance on Thoreau's 202d birthday.  Event Registration

Five string violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies presents jazz-infected, trans-stylistic and synaesthetic-inspired eclectic originals. We invite you to join us on a creative journey that will include Cats, Candles, Light and Dark, and Elemental Paradox…...

Helen Sherrah-Davies

Steve Kirby & Ed Lucie

 

Acclaimed violinist and composer Helen Sherrah-Davies will grace this year's Annual Gathering with a special performance on Friday, July 12, at 7:30 pm at First Parish in Concord. Helen is honored to be joined by the “folkloric elegance” of guitarist Steve Kirby and the...

Punkatasset Hill

Peter AldenKick off this year's Annual Gathering with an early morning walk around Punkatasset Hill with Peter Alden, Thursday, July 11, 2019. Meet at 6:30am on Keyes Rd to carpool.

 

 

 

 

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