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Walker Lecture Series Announces Spring 2021 Season

Since 1896, the Walker Lecture Series has brought stimulating speakers and musicians to Concord, but for now, in-person performances are out and virtual performances are in. Some Walker Lectures will be available on the city’s public access TV channel and others will be live Zoom events, both platforms hosted by Concord TV. This spring’s offerings range far and wide with programs as exotic as the jungles of Namibia and as local as the concert halls of Concord’s South End.
In the Walker tradition, all performances are free with no tickets or reservations required.


Photo-1505740420928-5e560c06d30eAll programs are virtual and all start at 7:30 PM.

Wednesday, March 3 on CTV
Jeff Warner
Banjos, Bones, and Ballads

Wednesday, March 10 on Zoom
Mark Edward
Psychics, Mediums, and Mind Readers: How do they do It?

Wednesday, March 17 on Zoom
Jane Oneail
Norman Rockwell and Frank Lloyd Wright

Wednesday, March 24 on CTV
Tom Sterling
Autumn in Denali and The World of the Bear

Wednesday, March 31 on Zoom
George Morrison
Two NH Men from the American Revolution: John Stark and Henry Dearborn

Wednesday, April 7 on Zoom
Mike Tougias
Growing Up Wild in the 60s and 70s.

Wednesday, April 14 on Zoom
Rick Ray
The Road to Namibia

Wednesday, April 21 on CTV
Concord Community Music School Faculty Concert


Visit www.walkerlecture.org for details and Zoom invitations.