THIS Thursday, August 28: John T. Bunker Lecture Series, John Bunker Jr., Guest Speaker, 6:30
Not Far From the Tree: What apples teach us about the past, present and future
6:30pm, Castle Hill Back Deck, refreshments served, Free
Join John Bunker for an evening of apple history and adventure. John grew up near Boston and Palo Alto and has been coming to Truro for 63 summers. He moved to Maine in 1968 and has been living there ever since. He started and directs Fedco Trees, the cooperative tree and shrub nursery in Maine. He has come to be known for his "fruit exploring," tracking down, identifying and preserving rare, historic apple varieties for nearly forty years. He teaches and speaks regularly about apples and fruit growing around New England. He and his wife, Cammy Watts, live and tend their gardens and orchards on Super Chilly Farm in Palermo, Maine.
Save the date for the 10th Annual Castle Hill - Paints the Race on Thursday, September 4th, noon - 3:30! Come see the Provincetown Great Schooner Regatta! Tickets are $30. click here for tickets
TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL - Mission Statement
Castle Hill’s mission is to foster the visual and literary arts by providing a wide range of workshop instruction for adults and youngsters. Castle Hill presents exhibitions, lectures, forums, conferences, performances, and other special events to promote the exchange of arts cultural ideas among and between nascent, mid-career, established artists and writers, and with the community at large.
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