Oct 03 Tuesday
October 1 – November 30Wildlands Conservancy - Fall 2023 Photography Contest – until Nov.30, 11:59pm EST - at any of Wildlands Conservancy’s 14 Nature Preserves.
Entries of all categories: landscapes, macro, fauna, flora, family and friends, are invited. Your subject can be anything, as long as it is appropriate and falls under the nature category. We strongly encourage landscape and flora photos taken this Fall, 2023.
Questions? Contact Veronica Rosenberger, Sr. Communications Specialist, at VRosenberger@wildlandspa.org.
For contest details, please visit https://www.wildlandspa.org/event/fall-2023-photography-contest/.
The Village on High and An Octopus's Garden has graciously facilitated the return of "Hope in the Darkness : A Domestic Violence Awareness Exhibit" for the month of October, Thursdays through Sundays 12-6.
This interactive, multimedia exhibit is a journey from hurt to healing, displayed in the Village Gallery. Featuring the photography of Jeffrey Hines and the Artwork of Samantha Hines
Admission is free! Please bring anyone who could use some HOPE.
Kelly Walk Hines is the author of Amazon bestseller autobiography, "Memoirs of An Invisible Child." Since her debut, she has also written a journal accompanying the novel, a coloring book, and a book accompanying this exhibit. Books will be available for purchase as well as bundles to support those affected by domestic violence.
Oct 04 Wednesday
Oct 05 Thursday
Revisit the 1960s when viewing more than 100 dresses, coats, pants, shoes, outfits, and accessories that demonstrate how clothing was used for both play and protest throughout this tumultuous decade. "Fashion as Experiment" explores how young people used clothing as a space for both play and protest during this era. Admission is always FREE.
Oct 06 Friday