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— Bryan

Susie's Calendar of Events

Check back here often for new programs and offerings

Forest Bathing by Moonlight

Friday, February 26 7 to 8:30 pm at the Harris Center

It’s a beautiful night for a moon bath, with the stars up above in your eyes! Join Susie Spikol and Marilyn Wyzga for a series of peaceful, moonlit rambles across fields, along edges, and into the woods. Taking our cue from the Japanese Shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing”) practice, we’ll open our senses through gentle yoga poses, deep breathing, “coyote walking,” and quiet reflection. Come experience the moonlight. Learn more »

A campfire burns in dark background.

A Campfire and Aldo Leopold

Friday, March 12 7 to 8 pm ZOOM

Come celebrate Aldo Leopold Week with the Harris Center's Susie Spikol and Miles Stahmann around a campfire. Enjoy hearing and sharing excerpts from A Sand County Almanac and other writings by conservationist and author Aldo Leopold. Bring your own hot beverage and snacks, a camp chair to sit on and a dress for the weather. Learn more »

A barred owl turning its head.

Hooting it Up with Owls

Saturday, March 27 11 to 12 pm ZOOM

Join naturalist Susie Spikol for a presentation on the life and loves of New Hampshire's owls. Find out who's hooting in your backwoods and what their calls mean. Celebrate Barred Owl Mating season by learning all about these wild hooters. Co-sponsored with the Olivia Rodham Memorial Library in Nelson, NH. Learn more »