November 13 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join Us for Campfire Stories with Jeff Corwin and Friends!
Help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the NSRWA! Join us for a special evening of virtual storytelling on November 13th at 7:30pm. The theme for the storytellers is “Nature: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?” The event is FREE, however, for a donation of $100 or more, you will get an exclusive invitation to attend a private VIP Q&A session with the guest speakers after the event.
The keynote speaker for the event is Jeff Corwin. Corwin is a global leader in conservation, recognized for 25 years of celebrated television series from Animal Planet, Travel Channel, Food Network, CNN, NBC and Discovery Channel. Currently Jeff is the Creator and Executive Producer of Nat Geo Wild’s Alaska Animal Rescue, and Executive Producer and Host of ABC’s Ocean Treks. Jeff has authored more than 10 books including the critically acclaimed exploration of endangered species “One Hundred Heartbeats”, which also became an NBC documentary. Jeff resides with his family on a small island off Massachusetts’ South Shore.
The storytellers and their topics for the event are:
- Peter Kelly-Detwiler – A Romp in the Swamp – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
- Alyse Clinton – Man Overboard
- John Turco – Best Intentions, Poor Execution
- Pam Larsen – A Very Merry Venezuelan Venture
- Geoff Gordon – A Big Fish Story
- Jeff Corwin – Spooned by an Elephant
There will be a VIP Q&A session with the storytellers after the main event. Attendees who contribute $100 or more can be a part of this exclusive afterparty virtual gathering. This is a FREE event, but registration is required.