Stony Brook, NY – A unique and informative series on the preservation of the world’s great cultures, habitats and people will be introduced at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s (WMHO) Educational & Cultural Center in Stony Brook Village.
Wednesday, May 2 • 6:30 pm, PLANTS AND THEIR PRESERVATION FROM
LONG ISLAND TO MADAGASCAR: Stony Brook University Professor Patricia Wright will discuss efforts from Madagascar to Long Island to preserve the world’s endangered forests and the species and animals they harbor.
Thursday, May 10 • 6:30 pm, UNDERGROUND AT THE THOMPSON HOUSE:Archaeologist Brad Phillipi will discuss his findings from the 2014 archaeological dig at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s historic Thompson House.
Thursday, May 17 • 6:30 pm, PRESERVING THE ALGONQUIN LANGUAGE: Chief Harry Wallace of Unkechaug Nation will speak about his efforts to preserve and protect the endangered language of Long Island’s Algonquin people.
Thursday, May 24 • 6:45 pm, THE PARANORMAL, PART ONE: Historian and Author Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, along with Paranormal Investigator and Medium Joe Giaquinto, will discuss investigations at WMHO’s historic Brewster and Thompson Houses.
General Admission is $15 pp and WMHO Charter Society Members is $10 pp. For full information on the Charter Society visit wmho.org or call 631-751-2244. Reservations are required and refreshments will be served. Call 631-689-5888 to reserve your spot.
Photo Credit: WMHO