Dragonfly event PRESS RELEASE

Copyright Cindy Dyer
Copyright Cindy Dyer

I will be doing a talk on dragonflies July 27 at Gateway Park, Natural Pollinator Habitat, Fitchburg, MA. I have seen dragonflies mating where they attached, it looked like a heart shape.

Saturday July 27 – 10 am

Learn about Dragonflies
Natural Pollinator Habitat, Gateway Park
Corner of Sheldon and West Street

Learn about dragonfly eyes, which wrap around the head.
What do dragonflies see? What do dragonflies eat?
Learn how to count and identify dragonflies.

Bring sun screen, hat, lawn chair if possible, water, notepad and pencil.

Event sponsored by Butterfly Woman Publishing and CMAAC


Mary Ellen Ryall
Butterfly Woman Publishing
Email: butterflywomanpublishing@gmail.com
29 Merriam Parkway # 906
Fitchburg, MA 01420
978 696-5063


Friends and Visitors come to see me while in DC metro area

Friends and Visitors come to see me while in DC metro area. This is a short piece about my trip to Southern Maryland to speak and network about my book.

EVENTS – II Annual Winter Environmental Film Festival January 2010

II Annual Winter Environmental Film Festival – JANUARY 2010

January 28 – Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College, 13346 Trepania Road, Hayward.  Local fresh caught fish to be served at NOON day meal.  Speaker from Red Cliff Reservation will share update on toxic waste dumping in Lake Superior at 12:10 p.m.  Gladyce Nahbenayash speaks at 12:30 and film at 1 p.m.   Environmental film Flow to be shown. Film addresses global Indigenous water rights, water purity, privatization and pollution.  College students plan to go ice fishing on January 22 to catch the main course.  American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) will cook the fish for the pot luck meal.  Guest speaker Gladyce Nahbenayash will speak on the sacredness of water.   FREE.   Open to the public.

Silver Lake
Silver Lake