A few of our favorite online events

Here is a convenient list of links to some of our favorite online events!

- March 2022: Conservation Burial: David Ponoroff (Larkspur Conservation) and Cassie Barrett (Carolina Memorial Sanctuary)

- March 2022: Virginia Lewis and Clark Legacy Trail: Peggy Crosson & James Johonston (’68)

- March 2022, Eastern Bluebirds; Adrianna Nelson

- February 2022, Equestrian Sports: Lisa Moosmueller-Terry.

- January 2022, John Broddy’s Legacy: Scrapper Broady, ’70

- December 2021, A Tale of Two Appalachias: Adrianna Nelson

June-July 2021, More Than A Vacation:

- Art in a Time of Pandemic: Dr. Tammy Parks, ’95

- Caves of Kentucky: Dave Foster, ’81

- New Life for Dixie Pottery: Clint Waddell

- Motown: Dr. David St. Clair, ’73

- Dancing in the Emory Streets

- Tiny Porch Concert, featuring Ivy Sheppard, Dr. Jamie Ferguson, Jack Hinshelwood

- Sears Houses: Nancy Weikel

- Cooking with the New Baguette: Alex Shytsman

- Grilling with Mike D’s BBQ: Mike De Los Santos ’06

May 5: Native Plants and Biodiverstity, Dr.  Doug Tallamy

April 28: iNaturalist: Tony Iwane

April 13: Waterfowl of Saltville: Katie Cordle

March 2021: The Natural History of Saltville: Jeremy Stout

February 2021: Poetry and Nature: Susan O’Dell Underwood

December 2020: Planetary Conjunction: Dr. James Warden

December 2020: History of Death in the Movies: Tommy Britt (E&H ’02)

December 2020: Dr. Lana Whited (E&H ’80) on her book “Murder, In Fact.”

November 2020: Ron Peterson on his book “Chasing the Squirrel.”

October 2020: Virtual Trip to France with Matt Whitenack (E&H ’96)

October 2020: Virtual Concert Choir Performance of the Lutkin Benediction

September 2020: Barbara Bisantz-Raymond on Georgia Tann

July 2020: The History of Mt. Dew: Reece Museum ETSU

July 2020: Historic Markers in Virginia: VDOT

July 2020: Christina Adams (E&H ’83) on her book “Camel Crazy” and her special guest from Oasis Camel Dairy.

July 2020: A visit with Treva Randall of Bohicket Apothecary. (www.bohicketapothecary.com)

July 2020: History of The Dip Dog Stand

June 2020: Emily Wallace (E&H ’04) on her book “Road Sides.”