What a year 2020 was, one we will remember for a long time although many of us are trying to forget. Covid is in the rearview mirror and we are primed to resume our normal lives. Here in the forest, that means getting together with friends and the SFF Summer Series! We have a great lineup of programs to celebrate normal with.
Starting at 6:30 PM each of the four lecture nights, snacks and soft drinks can be purchased outside the barn. Wine will be available for a $5 donation to Sherwood Forest Friends
|August 7, 7:00pm||Mary Draper Ingles: A Story of Courage||Join us as Caroline McIntyre brings to life the harrowing tale of one woman's escape from Indian slavery.|
|August 13, pre-dawn, time TBA||Perseid meteor shower||We will have a watch party of the Perseid meteor shower with Marc & Linda.|
|August 13, 7:00pm||Meteorites, messengers from space||Marc Fries will tell us what information meteorites hold.|
|August 14, 7:00pm||Collecting Meteorites from Antarctica: Exploring Space on a Shoestring since 1977||Join Linda Welzenbach-Fries as she recounts her adventures in Antarctica.|
|August 21, 7:00pm||Space, how do we know what we know about it?||Professor Mike Castelaz will explain the process for exploring the universe in search of life.|
|July 8, 3:00pm||Leave it Better||Cleanup and fun at DuPont State Forest.|
|September 9, 3:00pm||Leave it Better||Cleanup and fun at DuPont State Forest.|
All lectures will be FREE and held at the historic Robin Hood Barn.