LIBRARY DESSERT SOCIAL FUNDRAISER

 THE DOVER FREE LIBRARY PRESENTS: THE 29TH ANNUAL DESSERT SOCIAL FUNDRAISER

WITH GUEST SPEAKER PATTI SMITH

 Beavers Emerge as Agents of Arctic Destruction - The New York Times

 Follow the life of Willow, the remarkable matriarch of a beaver colony on a wild brook in southern Vermont. Naturalist Patti Smith has spent over a decade with Willow's clan, documenting their trials and triumphs. During this presentation she will share the stories, pictures and vidoes that celebrate this beaver and the world she created. Along the way meet Terrible Jack, a lonely moose, and other wildlife drawn to the habitat created by the beavers. 

Patti Smith is a naturalist and wildlife rehabilitator at the Bonnyvale Environmental Center in Brattleboro. She is the author of, The Beavers of Popple's Pond, which documents her early years of beaver observation. Her The View From Heifer Hill colomns in the Brattleboro Reformer take readers into the lives of the beavers, porcupines, and other wildlife she studies and teaches about. 

Location: Dover Town Hall

Date: August 11, 2022

Time: 7:00 PM

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