FRAMINGHAM – The Callahan Center will host an in-person lecture on Wales Castles & Butterflies on Thursday, August 12 at 1:30 p.m.
Presenter Joy Marzolf will take attendees on a journey across Wales.
“Although part of the present day United Kingdom, Wales is a country of ancient origins and wild lands. Stone monuments from its pre-historic past still can be found across parts of the country today, along with ancient castles, remains of magnificent abbeys, and even Roman ruins. The wild nature of this land can also be found in abundance, from the beautiful and colorful moors and butterflies of the Isle of Angelsea to the numerous birds and other wildlife of the coastal wetlands,” wrote the Center.
The in-person program requires pre-registration by August 11.
The program is for those age 55+
Marzolf is founder of her company, The Joys of Nature, and formerly was a Naturalist and Educator at Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.