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What Would Henry Do?

Join us for an afternoon of spirited conversation as Mary Bergman of NPR’s A Cape Cod NotebookLawrence Buell, Powell M. Cabot Professor of American Literature Emeritus at Harvard University, Richard Primack, author of Walden Warming: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau’s Woods, and Holly Nadler, TV sitcom writer, discuss their contributions to What Would Henry Do?: Essays for the 21st Century

The panel will be moderated by Ken Lizotte, president of Thoreau Farm Trust.

Advanced registration is strongly suggested, as seating for this event is limited.

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Must register in advance and attend the event to receive a free copy of “What Would Henry Do?”

Note Location Changed to: Maguire Associates, 555 Virginia Road, Suite 201, Concord, MA


Nov 02 2019


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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