Let’s Talk: Above, Below & Beyond
Presented by The Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Hear all about the preservation of our world’s great peoples, cultures and habitats!
General admission: $15pp
Charter Society Members: $7.50pp
For Charter Society information visit wmho.org or call 631-751-2244
Refreshments will be served
For reservations call 631-689-5888
Wednesday, May 2nd—6:30pm
PLANTS AND THEIR PRESERVATION FROM LONG ISLAND TO MADAGASCAR
Stony Brook University Professor Patricia Wright will discuss efforts from Madagascar to Long Island to preserve the world’s endangered forests and the species and animals they harbor.
Thursday, May 10th—6:30pm
UNDERGROUND AT THE THOMPSON HOUSE
Archaeologist Brad Phillipi will discuss his findings from the 2014 archaeological dig at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s historic Thompson House.
Thursday, May 17th—6:30pm
PRESERVING THE ALGONQUIN LANGUAGE
Chief Harry Wallace of Unkechaug Nation. Unkechaug are an Algonquin speaking people from Long Island. Chief Wallace will speak about his efforts to preserve and protect the endangered language of Long Island’s Algonquin people.
Thursday, May 24th—6:45pm
THE PARANORMAL, PART ONE
Historian and Author Kerriann Flanagan Brosky along with Paranormal Investigator and Medium Joe Giaquinto will discuss historical investigations at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s Brewster and Thompson Houses.