Tag Archive for: #environmental_education

Week of Trees! Survivors: Exploring the Incredible Resilience of Old Growth Forests through Art, Traditional Knowledge, Science, and Literature.

Come talk old growth forests with us! Enjoy gorgeous large-format photography of old growth forests by photographer Brent Mathison; Indigenous perspectives from Nipmuc tribal member and cultural steward Andre Strongbearheart Gaines Jr.; scientific insight from Harvard Forest senior ecologist Neil Pederson, and a reading from a new book in the works on First Forests and First Peoples by Lynda Mapes, Seattle Times journalist and Harvard University Bullard Fellow, presently in residence at the Harvard Forest in Petersham, MA.

The Sanctuary, 82 Main St., Maynard, MA.
6:00 pm doors open, 6:30 pm start.

OARS—15th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival

OARS 3 Rivers is once again bringing one of the largest environmental film festivals to the Fine Arts Theatre in Maynard, MA, and (up to five days of) video-on-demand on May 24, 2023.

This is the fifteenth year that OARS has hosted this popular event. The Wild & Scenic® Film Festival provides environmentally conscious organizations an opportunity to showcase films as a way to reach into their communities and inspire citizens to effect environmental change.

The festival offers a way for viewers to get energized and empowered to work in the community and get involved in OARS’ initiatives and other projects.

The reception begins at 7:00 pm. Showtime is 8:00 pm sharp.
Meet new friends, get in line for door prizes from our sponsors at the reception, and see awe-inspiring films from around the world and close to home during showtime.

If you can’t be part of the big night or want to re-watch the films—there’s good news: hybrid viewing tickets that include five days of video-on-demand are available.

To register and purchase tickets click here.

Please call 978·369·3956

Special Showing: KISS THE GROUND

Fundraiser for Maynard Tree Corp.

Please join Lizza and Steve Smith, Keller Williams Boston NW, for a free screening at Maynard Fine Arts Theatre, of the uplifting and inspiring movie ‘Kiss the Ground’ in support of Maynard Tree Corps, on Saturday, March 18, 2023. Admission is free! Please donate what you can in the form of check/cash at the theatre. All donations will go toward Maynard Tree Corps purchasing native trees to be planted by Steve Smith in Maynard. The number of trees planted will depend on what we collect for donations!