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Child of the Woods- A Presentation of New Work by Susi Seguret

Child of the Woods is a treatise to the sense of wonder that gripped me as a child, a journey for the reader into the magic of the woods, all senses on the alert. In the fifty-some odd years that have elapsed since I first wandered forth alone, my awe at entering the...
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Truth in Transit- A Documentary Film Screening

Truth In Transit explores the transformative nature of experiential learning, the complexity of coal-based communities, and the quest to impart positive change during the climate crisis.  Follow along as a group of Quaker high school students from Durham, North...
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Infused in History: A Tea Exhibit

Beginning April 24, come to the Smith-McDowell House and add TEA to your TOUR! Each of our exhibit rooms will feature tea-related items and educational panels about the history, use and practice of taking tea. We have searched our collection and will have some 'new'...
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Upcoming Events

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Child of the Woods- A Presentation of New Work by Susi Seguret

Child of the Woods is a treatise to the sense of wonder that gripped me as a child, a journey for the reader into the magic of the woods, all senses on the alert. In the fifty-some odd years that have elapsed since I first wandered forth alone, my awe at entering the...
Read the story

Truth in Transit- A Documentary Film Screening

Truth In Transit explores the transformative nature of experiential learning, the complexity of coal-based communities, and the quest to impart positive change during the climate crisis.  Follow along as a group of Quaker high school students from Durham, North...
Read the story

Infused in History: A Tea Exhibit

Beginning April 24, come to the Smith-McDowell House and add TEA to your TOUR! Each of our exhibit rooms will feature tea-related items and educational panels about the history, use and practice of taking tea. We have searched our collection and will have some 'new'...
Read the story

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