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  1. Saturday Family Science: Nocturnal Life

    December 14, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Hitchcock Center for the Environment

    The Hitchcock Center is open to families and the community second Saturdays of the month, September thru June from 9am-1pm. Stop by to explore our building, talk with an educator, read a book with your kids or grandkids in our visitor center, and join us for one of our family science programs from 10-11am. Designed for children with their parents, these programs will explore cool topics in nature. December 14: Nocturnal Life When the sun sets many of us get ready for rest, but there is a whole world that is just waking up! Get ready for some night life (during the day) and learn about why and how some animals are active while we’re all asleep. Register here: Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/second-saturday-science-registration-62012964446 Saturday Family Science Series is sponsored by Pelham Auto. November Saturday Family Science is sponsored by Berkshire Bank. Weather Cancellation: If we cancel this program, we will post the cancellation on our website by 9am.

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  2. Democracy in Amherst: The First 250 Years

    December 14, 2019, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Woodbury Room

    Learn about the history of Amherst’s town government from multiple perspectives. We begin in 1735, when Amherst officially became a separate precinct of Hadley, with Jones Library Special Collections Librarian Cyndi Harbeson, who will set the stage with a brief historical overview of the first two centuries of democracy in Amherst. We end with Amherst’s more recent history as former State Representative Ellen Story and former Select Board member Nancy Eddy share their experiences of Amherst town government in the last decades of the 20th century.

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