FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2006
CONTACT: CHRIS DISSINGER/(802)656-8582

THE FLEMING MUSEUM PRESENTS
NOONTIME CAFE AND PROGRAMS AT THE FLEMING MUSEUM

Tropical Ecology of the Amazonian Rainforest
WHEN: Wednesday, September 27
WHO: Lee Harper, conservation biologist and independent researcher
WHERE: Fleming Museum Marble Court

Yarupari: Flute Music Inspired by the Amazon
WHEN: Wednesday, October 11
WHO: Dominique Gagne, flutist and composer
WHERE: Fleming Museum Marble Court

The Ecological Economics of the Amazon Rainforest: Why Should We Care, What Should We Do?
WHEN: Wednesday, October 25
WHO: Joshua Farley, assistant professor, UVM Department of Community Development and Applied Economics; and research fellow, UVM Gund Institute for Ecological Economics
WHERE: Fleming Museum Marble Court

Against the Darkness: Vermont Abenaki History 1790-2005
WHEN: Wednesday, November 8
WHO: Fred Wiseman, chair, Humanities Department, Johnson State College; and director, Abenaki Tribal Museum
WHERE: Fleming Museum Marble Court

Ancient Curios, Devil Masks, and Vermont Landscapes: The Fleming Collects
WHEN: Wednesday, November 29
WHO: Margaret Tamulonis, Fleming Museum manager of collections and exhibitions
WHERE: Fleming Museum Marble Court

ADMISSION:
$5 adults. $10 family, $3 students and seniors. Free to: Museum members; faculty, staff and students of UVM, Burlington College, Champlain College, Community College of Vermont, and St. Michael's College; Children 6 and under.