Highfield Hall & Gardens presents Looking Up, an environmental science lecture series through 2020



DATE: May 5, 2020

CONTACT: Lisa Walker, Executive Co-Director

508-495-1878 ext. 311; lwalker@highfieldhall.org


Highfield Hall & Gardens presents Looking Up,

an environmental science lecture series through 2020


(Falmouth, Massachusetts): Highfield Hall & Gardens is pleased to announce the next talk in the series Looking Up. Highfield Hall began the year 2020, welcoming the Cape Cod community to a family-focused science series, Looking Up presented by experts from the area’s finest scientific research institutions. With subjects ranging from birds and butterflies to trees and stars, scientists explore how changes in climate are becoming evident in elements of nature that surround us all.


Please join the Director of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Nipam Patel, PhD, on May 20th at 5pm for Insights from Novel Research Organisms: From Crustaceans Limbs to the Beauty of Butterflies. Dr. Patel’s presentation promises to lift everyone’s spirits, so come be part of the conversation and enjoy the company from a safe distance. In keeping with current mandates regarding gatherings and concern for individual health and safety, everyone is invited to an outdoor presentation where social distancing can be maintained. Register early and secure your space.


Free for members/$5 for non-members

To register please visit https://highfieldhallandgardens.org/event/looking-up-series-from-crustacean-limbs-to-the-beauty-of-butterflies



About Highfield Hall & Gardens

The house is a rare surviving example of transitional Stick Style architecture, containing beautiful gardens located in the heart of Falmouth, Massachusetts. It is a unique combination of a historic house, expansive gardens and trails, and a vibrant cultural center. Built in 1878 as the summer home for Boston’s Beebe family, the house sits on 5.5 pristine acres surrounded by nearly 400 acres of conservation land and public walking trails. Highfield Hall & Gardens is not your typical historic estate. It is an example of a historic building saved by grassroots community organizing. An effort of tenacity and vision that continues as new research on the structure and its story of the people who lived here add to the building’s significance. It offers world-class music, international art exhibitions, culinary classes, family programs, and year-round special events. For more information, visit highfieldhallandgardens.org.



Highfield Hall & Gardens’ mission is to honor the beauty and historic significance of the house and grounds by providing high-quality artistic, cultural, and educational programs for the enrichment of our community and visitors of all ages.

Author: Katy Acheson

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