The Roeliff Jansen Library presents ‘BATS with Robyn Niver’ on Thursday, January 14th. Zoom in with Robyn Niver, bat biologist and the USFWS Northeast Region’s bat specialist for the Indiana bat and northern long-eared bat. Robyn will walk us through why bats are threatened and what we can do to help.
This Tour isn’t just one time… Enjoy the tour on any given night or even on multiple occasions. Drive around the beautiful town of Germantown and enjoy all the holiday lights. The town has created a Google Map with participating locations noted. If you want to be added to the map, send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATES/TIMES: Now through Saturday, January 2, 2021 / 5pm – 10pm
Shaker Museum announced its latest exhibition Fringe Selects in collaboration with artist/designer Katie Stout opening on December 11, 2020. Through a selection of Shaker material chosen by Stout from the Museum’s permanent collection, the exhibition explores the breadth of Shaker objects by taking a closer look at the objects on the “fringe”—colorful, ornamental, and less well-known than the minimalist, iconic Shaker pieces.
Also on view are two new chairs by Stout created as a response to her exploration of Shaker material culture.
The exhibition is presented in Shaker Museum’s pop-up space located at 17 Main Street in downtown Chatham, donated by Columbia County resident, Jack Shear, and near the future home of Shaker Museum’s permanent facility.
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