PechaKucha #13

PechaKucha nights are fun, informal gatherings where people share their stories and passions in a concise format.

PechaKucha Night #13Saturday, April 18, 2020 at 8 pm – 9:30 pm

PechaKucha Nights are fun, informal gatherings where people share their stories and passions in a concise format. The presenter talks along with 20 images that are each projected for 20 seconds. the talk lasts 51/2 minutes. PechaKucha started in Japan and is not in more than 1000 cities around the world. 

Suggested Donation – $5

All past PechaKucha presentations can be found on the PechaKucha Warwick website, https://www.pechakucha.org/cities/warwick

Participants

Keith's in Australia
Keith & Cedric in Australia

In the Outback

In 1972, Keith Stewart lived for four months in a gorge in Australia’s remote Northern Territory. “ With no humans around, I became chummy with a large monitor lizard who I named Cedric.  Most days Cedric came to my camp to spend time with me and eat fish.”

Where’s the Moose? 

Hiking to waterfalls in New Hampshire and searching for moose, Linda Marchisio and her daughter learn that finding a moose was not the most important quest after all. 

Where's the Moose?
Where's the Moose?
Coming of Age with Motorcycles
Coming of Age with Motorcycles

Those Were the Days: Coming of Age with Motorcycles

Everyone goes through a crazy, mysterious “coming-of-age” period of life.  Ken Karnas revisits his own late 1960s coming-of-age that he navigated, mostly, on two wheels.

Teen Years in Westchester

In the second chapter of her graphic memoir, Pat Foxx faces life in a new school, family dynamics and a glimpse into the future. 

Teen Years in Westchester
Teen Years in Westchester
Adaptability of a Misfit
Adaptability of a Misfit

Adaptability

Anne Hanson shares thirteen images depicting a Toothbrush adapting to various conditions.

Natives, invasive and wild foraging

Ever wondered what’s the deal with native species, and aren’t some non-native species okay to keep around? And what about poking around in the forests for wild foods?

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