Celebrate everything we’ve learned and everything we have still to learn about the animals, plants, and natural communities of Rhode Island among friends and colleagues.
Doors 5:30 p.m., Program 7:00 p.m.
Quonset O Club
200 Lt. James Brown Rd., N. Kingstown, RI
Advance reservation required
$25 RINHS members, $35 non-members, $15 students
CLICKING HERE will take you to our registration page for TICKETS
Theme: The complementary contributions of science and art to our understanding of Rhode Island’s animals, plants, and natural communities, especially as exemplified by the 2016 Rhode Island BioBlitz at Hopkinton’s Kenyon Crossroads Preserve.
Neal Overstrom, Director, The Nature Lab at Rhode Island School of Design
Also: Presentation of preliminary BioBlitz results including exhibits of art based on the event.
Awards: 2016 Rhode Island Distinguished Naturalist Awards to:
Jon Boothroyd (posthumous)
2016 Golden Eye Award to:
Silent auction and raffles to benefit RINHS.
Hors d oeuvres, cash bar.
The Quonset O Club is itself a stylish historical attraction.
Stay tuned for more details.