Sunday, February 13, 2011 | 2PM - 3:30PM
First Church of Christ Unitarian Hall
(Sponsored by Lancaster's public library, the Thayer Memorial Library)
Lancaster Town Center
Lancaster, MA 01523
Bill Flynn of Lancaster Friends of the Nashua moderates a community screening and dialogue.
Following the screening, Marion Stoddart and local leaders will talk with the audience about what still needs to be done, and ways everyone can enjoy the Nashua and her greenways.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Reserve free tickets at: Thayer Memorial Library, 978-368-8928, ext. 4,
Sponsored by Thayer Memorial Library/Rosemary Davis Fund of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation. Progam Partners include Lancaster Friends of the NRWA, Nashua River Watershed Association, The Lancaster Land Trust, Massachusetts Audubon Society, Fruitlands Museum, Freedom's Way National Heritage Area, Lancaster Open Space and Recreation Committee, Lancaster 4-H, Lancaster Boy Scouts, Friends of the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge.