How can we use Thoreau’s example to become a better writer?

Sat., Jan., 20, 9am-1pm, at the Concord Museum.

Novelist Heidi Jon Schmidt, explorer Lawrence Millman, and local teachers Barbara Whitlock and Darrin Berard will discuss different paths to better writing.

Limited seating. RSVP at or 978-369-9763 ext. 216. $10, Students and Teachers. $5, Members of Concord Museum, Thoreau Farm: Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau, and Walden Woods Project.

This event is co-sponsored by Thoreau Farm, Concord Museum and Walden Woods Project.

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Super Cup Fungus Sunday and Winter Mushroom Count
Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 , 1pm-3pm, Estabrook Woods,
Monument Street entrance
Two walks in one! Make Super Cup Fungus Sunday count.

Mycologist Lawrence Millman will be our foray leader on a mushroom identification walk and Winter Mushroom Count to rival all other winter mushroom activities.

Our goal is to identify 75 species. The results of the Winter Mushroom Count will appear in a subsequent issue of the “Boston Mycological Club Bulletin.”

Super Cup Fungus Sunday and Winter Mushroom Count FREE and open to the public; however, it is capped at 20 participants. Please R.S.V.P. by emailing Details about carpooling from Keyes Parking Lot in Concord to follow, as parking is limited at Estabrook Woods.

Sponsored by Thoreau Farm and the Thoreau Society.