Lectures, Films & Forums

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The Street of Ships: The Recovery and Rebirth of New York’s South Street Seaport Museum

With South Street Seaport Museum Executive Director Jonathan Boulware


Friday, October 27 / 8:00pm
Garfield Center for the Arts / 210 High Street


Capt. Jonathan Boulware, Executive Director of the South Street Seaport Museum in New York City will provide an entertaining, historical, celebratory tour through the history of the port of New York; the Museum that aims to interpret that history; and an overview of the recent, multiple-award-winning restoration of the mighty 1885 iron sailing ship Wavertree.

Join the captain for an hour of history, hyperbole, and a photo journey through New York’s port.




Saturday, October 28 / 11:00am
The Book Plate / 112 South Cross Street
Partner Event with the Book Plate


Jay Fleming’s first book, “Working the Water,” is a visual narrative of the lives of those individuals whose livelihood is directly dependent upon the Chesapeake Bay — America’s largest estuary. The book comprises photographs of seasoned watermen, scenic seascapes, weathered workboats and bay bounty — a true and complete depiction of Chesapeake Bay life. Equal parts informative and aesthetically pleasing, Jay’s flagship book, “Working the Water, is relevant to the seafood enthusiast, the history buff, the biologist, photography fan, and Chesapeake Bay lover alike.