Author Talk

Glacier National Park: Reflections from an Artist (and Angler)
Matt Dickerson
Wednesday, April 24th at 7pm

Through image, video, and story Matthew Dickerson will share some of his experiences as June 2017 artist-in-residence at the stunningly beautiful Glacier National Park in Montana.  He spent a month exploring the Park and learning from USGS and NPS biologists, rangers, and other park workers, as well as taking lots of photographs and videos.  The presentation will focus on river and lake ecology and the native fishes of the west slope, most notably bull trout and westslope cutthroat trout, and the impact and future threats from invasive species as well as climate change.  Professor Dickerson has just published a book set in Glacier National Park, The Voices of Rivers. READ MORE

Tell Me! Tour Results and Discussion

Library director Dana Hart shared what she learned during the library’s Tell Me! Tour.  Learn more about the information gathered during the Tell Me! Tour by viewing the slides from the presentation or watching the recording. READ MORE

First Wednesday Talk

What You Didn’t Know about Evangelicanism
Wednesday, May 22, 7 p.m.

Most Americans associate evangelicals with the hard-right precincts of the Republican Party. But as Dartmouth religion professor Randall Balmer explains, evangelicalism in America has a much longer and more complex history, including a distinguished pedigree of working for progressive reforms. What happened? This talk was originally scheduled to take place on February 6.