Come to The Secret Life of the Red Fox Book Signing and FOX TROT Nature Journaling Walk with the Illustrator, Kate Garchinsky HOSTED BY THE JUNIOR BIRDING CLUB OF WILLISTOWN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Space is limited to 20 kids. Register NOW to reserve your spot! Call Blake Goll
This is a list of my upcoming events, last updated 4/17/2017 4/28 Philadelphia Science Festival Book Reading What: Star Party Storytime at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum When: Friday, April 28, 2017 at 7:30pm Where: Visitor Center, USFWS John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum8601 Lindbergh
Please share! My The Secret Life of the Red Fox is being released tomorrow, and we’ve started celebrating. Join the virtual party! I’m putting together a few storytime/nature walk combo events in the coming weeks, with details coming soon. If you’d like to host a brick-and-mortar book signing/nature/art
Tonight I’m giving a short presentation about Passenger Pigeons and their demise at Nerd Nite Philadelphia. It’s a great lineup, so if you’re not into dead pigeons, but like dogs or other food, there will be something for you! Plus beer, wine, and bratwurst. Get all the info
AUDUBON, PA — Opening Reception on Saturday, September 13, 2014, 10:00 AM – NOON Live book readings by Kate Garchinsky (10:30 am) and Ponder Goembel, Artist(11:00 am) Show hangs through Saturday, November 15, 2014 This special exhibit, displayed in the historical childhood home of John James Audubon, will honor the life
April 1-30, 2011 “Water” Juried Show Newark Arts Alliance Newark, Delaware Entry: White Clay Creek Snow Melt March 4-5, 2011 NOMAD Artists First Friday Artspace Lansdowne Lansdowne, Pennsylvania Sold: Dead Bird I: Juvenile Cardinal (Window Collision) Do you like?
Now that my heron painting has sold for Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research (thank you, Coral and Cadie!), I can start blabbing about The Art of Giving exhibit (November 6, B Square Gallery, Philadelphia). My painting, “Owl Dream,” will be on display alongside a few dozen other
“Stage invasions aren’t supposed to be this cute. As sprightly folk-popsters The Leisure Society launch into their second number, a two-year-old wobbles up to the front of the stage, making it to the edge before he’s whisked off by his mother to a murmur of aahs.” James