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Birds, Words, and Music

Performers: Bryan Pfeiffer, Ruth Einstein, D. Davis, and Scudder Parker

Date: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7 P.M.

Location: Richmond Free Library, Bridge St., Richmond, Vt.

Birds, Words and Music is a unique celebration of our place in nature, expressed in poetry, reflection and music. It blends the talents of four Vermont artists: Scudder Parker creates poetry at the rich intersection of nature and people. Bryan Pfeiffer reflects on the joy and meaning of wildlife on the wing. D. Davis (guitar) and Ruth Einstein (violin) stir the senses with a serenade inspired by the natural world.

First performed before a packed house at North Branch Nature Center, in Montpelier, Vermont, this special event is brought to you by Richmond Free Library and the Green Mountain Audubon Society..

Birds, Words and Music is a relaxed and intimate evening of music, ideas, nature and the force of the written word.

This program is free and open to the public, although donations are always appreciated.

Earlier Event: October 27
Dead Creek Walking
Later Event: November 17
Bird Monitoring Survey at the GMAC