Lecture and Concert Series

White-nose Syndrome, the darkest of nights for New York bats

White-nose Syndrome, the darkest of nights for New York bats

Presented by the Kelly Adirondack Center and UCALL     Reamer Auditorium Tuesday, September 25, 2018 5:30 p.m. Lecture, Refreshments from 5:00 p.m. Free and Open to the Public   Join Alan Hicks, retired bat biologist for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, as he discusses the history of bat research and management in New York. Revisit the bright future of these interesting creatures in the state prior to the appearance of the disease White-nose Syndrome, and the subsequent crash that took common and secure species to endangered status in less than a...

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Stories Honoring the Earth

Stories Honoring the Earth

The Kelly Adirondack Center and StoryCircle of the Capital District present   SCCD tellers Claire Nolan and Eileen Egan Mack   Friday, September 21 at 1 p.m. at the Kelly Adirondack Center rain or shine.   This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.   Come hear “Stories Honoring the Earth,” tales of trees, tales of people and trees, birds, and flowers, stories to help open eyes, hearts and ears to the wonders of the natural world. As storyteller Claire would say, “Some of them may even be true…” Claire and Eileen will each present stories...

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From the Adirondacks to Iceland

From the Adirondacks to Iceland

This talk will focus on the creative process and how to approach photography locations from the backyard to Iceland.   Manny Palacios   September 21 at 7:00 p.m. at the Kelly Adirondack Center   This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.   “I love sharing my experiences and vision with my audience. My talk will take you through my journey and make you walk with me through the process of making my images. From visualization to execution.” -Manny...

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Still Here, Gone, Introduced, and Returned: People and Mammals in the Adirondacks

Still Here, Gone, Introduced, and Returned: People and Mammals in the Adirondacks

Professor Phil Terrie Professor Emeritus, American Culture Studies and Environmental Studies Bowling Green State University November 8, 2018 Olin Building Room 115 5:30 presentation, refreshments from 5:00   Co-sponsored by UCALL Free and Open to the Public   A presentation on the history of the relationships between people and the large, charismatic mammals of the Adirondack region. How has human culture affected populations of deer, moose, bears, wolves, cougars, and others? How have these creatures figured in the popular imagination? And how have they thrived, declined, or...

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William James: At Home in the Adirondacks

William James: At Home in the Adirondacks

WITH PAUL CROCE   MAY 29, 2018 AT 7 P.M.   KARP 105   FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC     For William James, nature brought together body and soul. His deepest flights of mind in psychology, philosophy, and religious studies emerged during his time in nature. And he was most at home in Keene Valley, NY, in the High Peaks Region of the Adirondacks.   PAUL CROCE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY STETSON UNIVERSITY RECENT PAST PRESIDENT OF THE WILLIAM JAMES SOCIETY AUTHOR OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION IN THE ERA OF WILLIAM JAMES AND YOUNG WILLIAM JAMES...

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46ers Panel Discussion

46ers Panel Discussion

46ers Panel Discussion with Phil Corell and Tony Goodwin   free and open to the public   Old Chapel Union College Monday May 14, 2018 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. This Year the 46ers celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first ascent of Bob and George Marshall and their guide, Herb Clark, as they began their efforts toward their goal of climbing the 46 peaks over 4,000 feet in New York State. Join Phil Corell and Tony Goodwin as they discuss the past and future of the challenge.   Tony Goodwin has had a long career in the Adirondacks, starting with an ascent of Cascade in 1955 and...

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