On Friday evenings throughout the summer, the Rey Center at the Curious George Cottage hosts a free speaker series. This Friday, July 27, at 6 p.m., come by the Cottage and meet author Elizabeth Howard and hear her presentation, “Transformations: Reflecting on the turbulence and transformative 60s through a contemporary lens.”
Admission to the Friday Evening Speaker Series is free and open to all. Light refreshments will be served. The Curious George Cottage is located on Noon Peak Road in Waterville Valley – next to the Recreation Department and Elementary School. 603-236-3308
In the summer of 1966, when Elizabeth Howard was a teenager, she spent the summer living and working at Plymouth Settlement House in Louisville, Kentucky. She spent six months studying in the UK in the early 70’s when London was still described as “Swinging London.” Through her travels to Africa, South Asia and Japan, she has engaged with a number of the people and ideas that have driven the trends that have transformed our world.
Elizabeth is an author, journalist and creative director. Her books include: Ned O’Gorman: A Glance Back, a book she edited (Easton Studio Press, 2015), A Day with Bonefish Joe (David R. Godine, 2015), Queen Anne’s Lace and Wild Blackberry Pie, (Thornwillow Press, 2011). She lives in New York City.
Read her bio here.
Elizabeth will also be at the Cottage on Saturday and Sunday for Story Time. Look for her at the Cottage and in Town Square.