Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Ginger Andrews about Owls on Nantucket! Ginger will present a short history of Nantucket Barn Owls, talk about her on-going research at the edge of Barn … Continue reading "Food for Thought: It’s Not Easy Being a Barn Owl with with Ginger Andrews"
Nantucket launched Frederick Douglass’s career as an abolitionist; Ireland transformed him into an international champion of human rights. This lecture explores the time Douglass spent in Ireland in 1845-1846 and the impact that the country … Continue reading "Frederick Douglass in Ireland with Christine Kinealy"
Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Amelia Holmes, NHA Associatie Director of the Research Library and Sara David, NHA Digitization Archivist for a special presentation of Our Treasures at Your Fingertips.
Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Mary Lynne Rainey about Native American Foodways on Nantucket. Exploring the archaeological evidence found through floral, faunal, and botanical assemblages from sites across the island. Mary … Continue reading "Food for Thought: Native American Foodways on Nantucket with Mary Lynne Rainey"
Food for Thought: Uncovering the History of a House with Mary Bergman from Preservation Trust and Colin Evans of Preservation Restoration
Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Mary Bergman from Preservation Trust and Colin Evans of Preservation Restoration about Uncovering the History of a House, Inside and Out.
Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Frances Karttunen and Parker Graham about Indigenous Peoples & arrowheads on Nantucket.
Join us for a Food for Thought lecture by Marine Mammal Alliance Nantucket about the new Moby sculpture at Surfside.
The Plein Air Festival is an outdoor painting event where artists paint together along the historic Nantucket harbor and surrounding area. Each day new wet works hang for sale at the Artists Association of Nantucket … Continue reading "Plein Air Nantucket Festival"