Sign up for Fall 2023 Events  
Please register for any or all of the Fall 2023 Friends of Pine Hawk events using the form below.  All events require registration in advance and, except for the October 10 tour and the October 14 field trip, are free.

For Zoom or live-streaming events, you will receive a link via email a day or two before the event. For in person events, you will receive a confirmation with additional details a few days before the event. Thanks for your interest!  

More information about the Friends of Pine Hawk and more detailed descriptions of these events can be found at https://www.pinehawk.org. For questions, please email  friends.of.pinehawk@gmail.com.

The 2023 Pine Hawk Fall Program is made possible by support from the Acton Memorial Library, Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area, and the Littleton Historical Society. 

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1. Thursday, October 5, 7PM, in person and via Zoom. "From Pine Hawk to Trail Through Time", a review by Doug Halley of some of Acton's special Native American archaeological treasures.
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2. Tuesday, October 10, 11AM-1PM, in-person only. "Indigenous People of Concord Walk", a professionally guided tour by Amy Cole of sites near Concord Center. The cost is $10/person. Limited to 20 people. SORRY, event is FULL. You can sign up on the wait list below. 
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3. Wednesday, October 11, 7PM, Zoom only. "An Introduction to the Indigenous Peoples of Connecticut" with Lucianne Lavin, director of research emeritus at the Institute of American Indian Studies. 
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4. Saturday, October 14, 25PM, in-person only. Visit to the Robbins Museum in Middleborough, MA. This after-public hours visit will include a viewing of a number of the museum's special Indigenous artifacts and conversations with museum educators. Car pools leaving from the Acton Library will be arranged a few days before the visit. Cost is $10 per person. Limited to first 20 respondents. Please pay now at Eventbrite
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5. Monday, October 16, 7PM, in person only. Book group discussion of "History of the Nashobah Praying Indians", published earlier this year by Littleton historian Dan Boudillion, who will be on hand to sign copies before the discussion. Books will be available for purchase that day
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6. Saturday, October 21, 10AM–noon, in-person only. Adult Archaeology Walk with Bettina Abe. This is a hike along the Nashoba Brook trail, with stops at the stone chamber and Native American ceremonial sites. NOTE: The limit of the first 20 respondents has been reached.
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7. Thursday, October 26, 7PM, in-person and via Zoom. "The Sand Hill Site in Wayland", Senior Archaeologist Duncan Ritchie discusses this Middle Archaic to Late Woodland Period site along the Sudbury River 
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8. Wednesday, November 1, 7PM in-person and via Zoom. "Reading between the Lines: Contextualizing New England’s Indigenous Rock Art" with Peter Anick, vice president of American Rock Art Research Association
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9. Sunday, November 12, 1-3PM in person. Community Service Day. Help with annual maintenance on the Trail Through Time in North Acton. Limited to first 20 respondents.
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If you are not already on the Friends of Pine Hawk announcements list, would you like to have your email address added to it?  If you respond "yes" you will receive about 6-8 emails per year from the Friends of Pine Hawk.
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