Crossroads to Screen ‘Chasing,’ Wild Ones to Host Seed Collection, DPAS to Watch Mercury’s Progress

Thanks to the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, Crossroads at Big Creek has screening rights for the film Chasing, which documents the assignment that acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog carried out for National Geographic: capturing Arctic images to help tell the story of the Earth’s changing climate. The film will be shown Nov. 8, 3:30 pm, in the Collins Learning Center’s lecture hall.

The Wild Ones will host a native-plant seed collection Nov. 9, 11 am – 12 pm. Take gloves, clippers and paper bags to collect seeds to take home. Meet Don Gustafson and Mary Goodner at the front of the Collins Learning Center.

The Door Peninsula Astronomical Society (DPAS) invites the community to the Leif Everson Observatory on Nov. 11 between 7 am and 12 pm to watch – clouds permitting – the progress of Mercury as it passes by our nearest star. Visit the DPAS Facebook page for updates and to learn how you can watch Mercury’s transit on your computer.

The Collins Learning Center, 2041 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay, is open daily, 10 am – 4 pm, and during scheduled events.


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