5th Feb 2023

Event Details

Registration Required



Join nature writer Katherine Hauswirth on Sunday, February 5, 1–2:30 p.m., for a slide presentation:  A Book of Days: Nature Lovers, Their Journals, and Phenology. She will also read from her new book The Morning Light, the Lily White: Daily Dips into Nature and Spirit. The New England-based book has an entry for each day of the year, giving readers an opportunity to pay attention to the natural world, contemplating the enrichment and meaning to be found in all the wondrous creatures and happenings around us. (Signed copies will be available).

This event is part of the Winter Weekend (Feb 4-5).  Registration through the Town of Windsor site is available by following this link.

Bio: Katherine Hauswirth writes about nature, often with a spiritual bent. Her work has been published in Whole Life Times, Spirituality & Health, the Christian Science Monitor, Still Point Arts Quarterly, Connecticut Woodlands, Pilgrimage, The Wayfarer, and The Porch. She has been a writer in residence at Trail Wood in Connecticut, Acadia National Park in Maine, and with the Orchard Keeper Writers Residency in Tennessee. Her essay collection, The Book of Noticing: Collections and Connections on the Trail (Homebound Publications, 2017), won honorable mention for general nonfiction in ASJA’s 2018 contest; a piece from the book won a first prize in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition.

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