Friday, September 30, 2011 | 7:30PM
Warner Free Lecture Series,
Harvard Public Library
4 Pond Road
Harvard, MA 01451
The Work of 1000 Film Screening and Discussion with Marion Stoddart
In the 30-minute documentary Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000, the story of the clean-up of the Nashua River focuses on the transformation of the Nashua from one of America's most polluted waterways to a river that is swimmable today--and on the transformation of Marion Stoddart, from a 60s housewife into an environmental leader of world-renown.
What is the impact of commitment to a cause on the individual, the community, or the world? We invite you to watch the film then share your perspective with Marion Stoddart.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
About the Harvard Free Lecture Series Harvard's renowned Warner Free Lecture Series had its beginnings in 1891, when the town accepted—by unanimous vote—the very generous bequest of Henry L. Warner, a town native.