1. Philosophy of Film, Crimes and Misdomeanors at Ames Free Library
Tonight at 6:30 p.m.:
What makes the film experience different? Join Professor Ed McGuishin of Stonehill College for a unique evening of philosophy and film discussion.
Woody Allen’s Crimes and Misdemeanors is hugely entertaining, but also provides a platform for the discussion of larger philosophical concepts such as faith, justice and theology.
Pick up a copy of the film at the library if you want to refresh your memory and let’s get together for a thought-provoking evening.
2. Spring Family Night Hike at NRT's Sheep Pasture
Tonight at 6 p.m.:
Join NRT naturalists for a night filled with fun hiking and exploring! Evening activities are appropriate for all age levels, from young adventurers to adults. Individuals and families are welcome.
This is an outdoor event so please come dressed for the weather.
Free for all NRT members
$5/family for non-members
3. Farmer's Market Returns to "S" Curve
The Original Easton Farmers Market marks its fifteenth season this year. To celebrate the Easton Agricultural Commission is announcing a contest to choose a logo for the which opens the new season on May 22nd. Click here for details.
4. Team Trivia at Hibernia
Tonight at 8 p.m.:
Come as a team or solo and take on the other patrons during Trivia Night at the Hibernia.
5. Sing Yee Owner Brings His Fish Collecting Hobby to Work
Ever been inside Sing Yee? You'll notice something interesting if you walk in. Click here for more.