Lanny Wagner, past artist-in-residence at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, will guide audience members through the night photography sessions he conducted at the Monument and will share photos of ancestral Puebloan sites captured under the stars. He also will provide information about the process, tools, and equipment he uses in a night photo shoot.
Death Café is a gathering for people to talk about death and dying. The objective is provide a forum for a conversation on the subject of death, with a view of helping people to make the most of their lives, which are finite. It is now in 59 countries.
There is no agenda. It is not about religion. It is not grief counseling.
There is only one requirement: food and drink, usually tea and cake.
Learn more from this USA Today article and Wikipedia.
Join other members of the community interested in international affairs for a lively, thought-provoking discussion on the above topics. We meet a couple of times a month and use a briefing book and video produced by the Foreign Policy Association as back-ground for the discussions.
To join, sign up and pay at the Circulation Desk at the library. Each briefing book costs $18.00.
The first meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 10:15 a.m.