“Thank you for finding a way to broadcast this program during a time when we are not able to gather together in person. Well done! ”–CL, April 2020
“Everything ran so smoothly! “-JB, April 2020
“It was a good day. Thank you for helping me have a launch at a time when I thought I could not.”-Cheryl Savageau, June 2020
“The Artists and Authors series was wonderful. Every Saturday met my expectations, though I didn’t have defined expectations some days! I think you all did a wonderful job turning an in-person event into an online one.”–Mary King, Northfield, MA, June 2020
“Lis is excellent at what she does, and easy to talk to.”–poet Robert Eugene Perry, July 2020
Nolumbeka Project: River Stories April 4, 2020
Our first webinar ever hosted for the Nolumbeka Project of Greenfield, MA, featuring Joseph and Jessie Bruschac, Abenaki storytellers. See a video of the presentation here.
A celebration of creativity over 4 Saturdays in June 2020: headline speakers, workshops, open mics, readings, children’s programming and art shows. Free, funding by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Greenfield Cooperative Bank, Kiwanis Club of Northfield, Greenfield Savings Bank, Dickinson Memorial Library, and the Northfield Historical Commission
Writing With the Land
Writing workshop through Dickinson Memorial Library, Northfield, MA Summer 2020. Provided content as well as technical hosting.
Another great webinar for The Nolumbeka Project with speakers and musicians: Mixashawn; Rhonda Anderson; Andre Strong BearHeart Gaines; and Larry Spotted Crow.
Author discussion of Making Love While Farming with Deb Habib and Ricky Baruch, 11/1/20 as part of the free A&A reading series.
Nolumbeka Project: River Stories April 18, 2020
A more complex webinar with multiple speakers, hosted for the Nolumbeka Project of Greenfield, MA featuring Abenaki speakers Chief Don Stevens and Melody Walker Brook. See a video of the presentation here.
Virtual book launch: technical hosting and promotion. The event drew 59 registrations with 48 participants. Congratulations Cheryl!
A presentation by Deb Spears Moorehead and Annawon Weeden sponsored by Indigenous voices in the Berkshires; The Nolumbeka Project; and Massachusetts Cultural Council.
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