August 16, 2019

 
 
 
 

EVENTS, EVENTS, EVENTS!!
All This Weekend!


SATURDAY — AUGUST 17, 2019 — PITTSFIELD, MA - 10:30 AM


SATURDAY — AUGUST 17, 2019 — PITTSFIELD, MA — 2:00 PM

What, no climate change? Fall Springs* themes speak to the very real serious environmental challenges we’re facing. Join this important conversation with our esteemed panel, which includes:
- Laura J. Martin, moderator, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Faculty Affiliate in History at Williams College. She is also on staff at the Center for Environmental Studies at Williams.
- Judith Enck, who served as the regional director of the EPA under the Obama Administration.
- Rosemary Wessel, Program Director of No Fracked Gas in Mass, a Program of Berkshire Environmental Action Team.
- Dr. Mehernosh Kahn, BMC physician who used to live in practice in Pennsylvania's fracking territory
- Sage Bohl, Graduate of Mt. Greylock Regional High School and member of its Youth Environmental Squad. Wheaton College, Class of 2023

*Performances of Fall Springs run August 14 through 31.

Symposium is a free public event – reservations strongly recommended – see below
2:00pm
Boyd-Quinson Mainstage
30 Union Street
Pittsfield, MA  01201


» The symposium is paired with the 8pm production of Fall Springs that night. (Buy Tickets) Reservations are strongly recommended for these events by calling the BSC Box Office at 413-236-8888

SATURDAY — AUGUST 17, 2019 — GREAT BARRINGTON, MA — 4:00 PM



SUNDAY — AUGUST 18, 2019 — HILLSDALE, NY — 12:00 PM




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