This summer The Sustainability Project will be curating an extensive collection of sculptures by the late Susan O’Hara. Her remarkable body of work deserves widespread recognition and their journey to great visibility is beginning in the Emerson Brook Forest. We’re hoping to offer a delightful and informative experience for the public that brings our attention to creativity as a force of nature.

We invite you to join us for one of our scheduled tours, or to become more connected to the work by joining us as a docent volunteer and helping to share Sue’s work with our visitors. You can see a video of last year’s open house featuring the sculptures here: https://youtu.be/w5PuXDYIT6M.

Tours:
Thursday,  August 19th – private evening reception for docents
Friday, August 20th, 6-8 pm
Saturday, August 21st,10 am -12pm, 1-3 pm, and 5-7pm
Sunday, August 22nd, 10 am -12pm, and 1-3 pm

Friday, September 17th, 6-8 pm
Saturday, September 18th,10 am -12pm, 1-3 pm, and 5-7pm
Sunday, September 19th, 10 am -12pm, and 1-3 pm

Friday, September 24th, 6-8 pm
Saturday, September 25th,10 am -12pm, 1-3 pm, and 5-7pm
Sunday, September 26th, 10 am -12pm, and 1-3 pm during our annual open house event. 

Tickets are available for $18, no one turned away for lack of funds. Space is limited to 40 guests per tour.

For more information please email info@emersonbrookforest.org or call Valerie at 603-209-7272.