Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Fairfield

Center at Pomfret

Exhibitions & Programs

Trail Wood Reflections:
Writer & Artist In-Residence Exhibit
Closing Reception and Reading
Saturday February 23, 2 – 4 p.m.
Exhibit through February 23 at the Center at Pomfret.

Each year the Summer Writer and Artist In-Residence Program at our Trail Wood Sanctuary in Hampton produces inspirational work. This year’s class is no exception. The beauty found in their paintings, photography and written word will reflect the tranquility of Trail Wood. A great boost in the dead of winter, come celebrate this year’s artists and writers and their experiences. Free.

 

Photography Class with Fred Bird –  How to Use Your Digital Camera
Sunday, February 10, 2 – 5 p.m.
Monday, February 11, 6 – 9 p.m.

Learn how to operate your digital camera and its many functions. Bring your camera and owner’s manual to class. Select one date and please register at 860-928-4948. Free to CAS members; $5 non-members.

Nature Photography Contest
Opening reception and exhibit 
Sunday, March 10, 2 p.m.

See our website for entry forms & more information at ctaudubon.org/pomfret-home

Concert featuring “TAKE NOTE”
Sunday, March 3 at 3 p.m.

This benefit concert will support our  Education Endowment Fund. FREE to the public.

FILM SERIES

Offered in partnership with the  Pomfret Green TeamFREE to the public.

TRASHED
Monday, February 18, 6:30 pm
(Snow date: Tuesday,February 19)

An award-winning documentary written and directed by British film-maker Candida Brady. Watch actor Jeremy Irons investigate the global scale and impact of wasteful consumerism and pollution, and discover how communities around the world are reducing consumption toward a goal of zero waste. Q&A after film with Winston Averill, recycling and trash expert from the Quiet Corner.

NO IMPACT MAN
Monday, March 18, 6:30 pm
(Snow date: Tuesday, March 19)

This film documents author Colin Beavan’s year of living a zero-impact life. No electricity, no gas-powered transportation, no shipped food, and no public waste disposal. Can a well-intentioned environmentalist save the planet? Group discussion afterwards.

 

 

 

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