HENRY DAVID THOREAU

A Community Reading of Selections from The Journal

~Co-sponsored by Point Reyes Books~

Please join TNS host ERIC KARPELES
for another panoramic community event, a chorus of mixed individual voices reading from the pages of one of America’s most impassioned nature lovers.

RSVP Not Needed

Sunday, October 30
2:00 pm PDT - 4:00 pm PDT


Commonweal Gallery
Free; held in Bolinas

Henry David Thoreau

In his retreat from the interactions of nineteenth century society, Thoreau turned to the woods and fields, trees and creatures, to help him understand humanity’s place on the planet. At the same time he was engaged with helping runaway slaves, protesting the war with Mexico, and resisting what he saw as inequitable taxation. Transcendentalist, political activist, poet and essayist, Thoreau has much to offer our TNS audience. Come listen!

Please consider carpooling since parking is limited.