Winter Science Café Series: Our Changing Water
The Portsmouth Brewery, Jimmy LaPanza Lounge
56 Market Street, Portsmouth NH 03801
January 25 at 6pm: Meltdown – Why Glaciers Matter in New England and Public Perceptions
Larry Hamilton and Cameron Wake
Feb. 22 at 6pm: Clean It Up – Creative Solutions for the Health of our Estuary
Jeff Barnum, Stephen Jones, Rebecca O’Brien, and Rachel Rouillard
March 22at at 6pm: Investments in Portsmouth’s Peirce Island Facility: Improving Water Quality in the Estuary
Terry Desmarais (City of Portsmouth), Tom Irwin (Conservation Law Foundation), and Dean Peschel (City of Dover)
Wednesday April 19, 6 pm – Raging Rivers – Is New England prepared for increasingly extreme weather? Discussion led by Mary Stampone (NH State Climatologist) and Cliff Sinnott (NH Coastal Risk and Hazards Commission), moderated by Sam Evans Brown (NHPR).
Wednesday May 10, 6 pm – Pollution Solutions – What can you do as an individual?
Dave Cederholm (Wastewater Engineer at Tighe and Bond), and Stephen Jones (UNH/NH Sea Grant), Corey Riley (Great Bay National Estuary Research Reserve). moderated by Melissa Paly (CrossCurrent Communications).
January 31 – 7-9pm
Gundalow Sing Along
Bring your instruments, singing voices or just your sense of fun and join us for a relaxed Gundalow Sing Along with Kent Allyn and Frank Stewart
Gretchen’s House – Lee, NH
March 2 – 5-7pm
Gundalow Volunteer Night – Knot Tying in the Gundalow office
March 9 – 6pm
Ocean Frontiers film screening at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH – sold out
April 6 – 6-8pm
Gundalow Company Presents: Piscataqua Flicks
An evening of environmental and climate change films at the Music Hall Loft.
Tickets are $12 per person
April 13 at 6:00—Volunteer Training: Stewards: Volunteer in a variety of monitoring projects such as monitoring invasive species and testing water quality
April 27 at 5:00—General Volunteer Training: come learn more about the Gundalow and how you can get involved
April 27 – 6:00-7:30—Volunteer Training: Deckhands: on the Gundalow
A delightful evening of food, drink & maritime conversation.
All proceeds support the Gundalow Company’s 2017 education programs.
May 1 at 5:00—General Volunteer Training : come learn more about the Gundalow and how you can get involved
May 1 – 6:00-7:30—Volunteer Training: Deckhand: on the Gundalow
Gundalow Piscataqua’s Opening Day
School Sails start and Private Charters available. Public sails start in late May.
May 4 – 5:00-7:00 Volunteer Training: Educators: Come learn more about our programs and how you can become involved as an educator
Gundalow Piscataqua Public Sails Start
Sailing up to three times a day. Private Charters available.
Gundalow Company’s Annual Meeting
Open to Gundalow members, volunteers, board, crew & staff
River Rats Camp Programs Start
August – date pending
Round Island Regatta
Registration opens June 1
Last public sail of the season