NATURAL HISTORY WEEK, STAR ISLAND, NH -- JUNE 27 - JULY 4, 2015

 

RECONNECTING WITH NATURE

NATURE -- Nature is at its finest out on Star Island. Whether you are sedentary, active, young or old, there are beautiful skies, sunrises, sunsets, flora, geology, birdlife and ocean water for all to appreciate.

EDUCATION -- Natural History Week at Star Island is a week-long family retreat enjoyed by people who share a common interest in natural history. Each year, we present a different conference theme pertaining to natural history. Our theme this year is HONEYBEES AND POLLINATORS and our speaker will be Peter Cowin from Hampden, ME. Peter, aka "The Bee Whisperer," will introduce us to his honeybees and will lead discussions on what the future holds for all the pollinators of 75% of the world's food crops.

SPIRITUAL RENEWAL -- Everyone deserves some down time, away from the stresses of everyday living on the mainland. At Star, you are invited to relax on porch chairs, read a book, write your first novel, knit a sweater, listen to music, meditate, reflect and be inspired by interesting conversations and presentations by our conferees. Each day at Star will be a gift you give to yourself. The Reverand Nancee Campbell is our minister of the week. Nancee is retired from parish ministry and is currently engaged as a hospital chaplain and advocate for elderly and disabled in Central Maine.

 

 

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