Events

Upcoming Events

Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

Saturday August 14, 2021 | 10:00 AM

Join us in person for the 2021 SLCS Annual Meeting at the home of Victoria West and Brewster Lee.

468 Diamond Ledge Road
Sandwich, NH 03227

Directions

Moulton Farm coffee and pastries at 9:30 AM

RSVP appreciated: 603-968-7900 or valerie@foreversquam.org

A Night with the Stars

A Night with the Stars

Sunday August 15, 2021 | 9:00 PM

A celebration of conservation and community

Let’s get the entire Squam watershed to switch off all lights once again.  

Turn off the lights. Turn up the quiet. It will be a time to remember! Share your stories at #squamlakes

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Past Events

Squam Speaker Series The Hubble Reef: Cohabitation Among the Waves of Squam Screening + Q&A

Squam Speaker Series The Hubble Reef: Cohabitation Among the Waves of Squam Screening + Q&A

Wednesday May 26, 2021 | 7:00-8:00 PM

Registration

Explore Squam’s Hubble Reef through a screening of Ethan Soule’s premiere mini documentary. Ethan will discuss the wildlife featured, the process of creating this film, and the benefits of cohabitation.

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

SLCS Virtual Mixology Event!

SLCS Virtual Mixology Event!

Friday May 21, 2021 | 8:00-9:00 PM

Please join your hosts at the SLCS NextGen Committee for a mixology hour with Steve Zyck from Wood Stove Kitchen! Connect with Squam friends, support SLCS, and shop local from the comfort of your own computer!

Virtual Science Pub: Zooplankton - Defenders of Water Quality

Virtual Science Pub: Zooplankton - Defenders of Water Quality

Tuesday May 11, 2021 | 6:00-7:00 PM

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Be transported to the miniature world of zooplankton, where experiences are altered and unexpected from a human perspective, where water turns to molasses, species live in an upside-down world, and predators “talk” with their prey using a language of chemicals.

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

White Oak Pond Watershed Natural Resource Inventory Review

White Oak Pond Watershed Natural Resource Inventory Review

Wednesday April 14, 2021 | 6:00-7:30 PM

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Dr. Rick Van de Poll, founder of Ecosystem Management Consultants, shares his findings of the Natural Resource Inventory (NRI) of the White Oak Pond Watershed.

White Oak Pond represents one of the most significant sub-watersheds of Squam Lake. Rick will present the findings of the NRI, including interesting facts about the soil, water, plants, animals, fungi, and all of the communities and ecosystems in the watershed.

Virtual Science Pub: Nocturnal Neighbors - New Hampshire's Bats

Virtual Science Pub: Nocturnal Neighbors - New Hampshire's Bats

Tuesday April 13, 2021 | 6:00-7:00 PM

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Bats in New Hampshire have seen significant population declines in recent years. Join us to learn more about what is causing the decline and how you can help conserve bats. 

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Virtual Science Pub: Lichens, Mosses, & Liverworts

Virtual Science Pub: Lichens, Mosses, & Liverworts

Tuesday March 9, 2021 | 6:00-7:00 PM

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Take a closer look at these unique organisms that decorate tree trunks and branches but seldom garner our attention.

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Virtual Science Pub: Soundscapes Beneath the Forest Floor

Virtual Science Pub: Soundscapes Beneath the Forest Floor

Tuesday February 9, 2021 | 6:00-7:00 PM

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What happens beneath the forest floor? Science and art come together in this project that reveals the complex interrelationships under our feet.

Co-sponsored by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center