The mission of Gateway City Live is to promote, support and foster the visual and performing arts and all creative endeavors that enhance the public good. While based in Holyoke, Massachusetts, GCL works in collaboration with public organizations, private institutions and individuals throughout the Commonwealth.
GCL is founded on the common belief that the arts and creativity should be encouraged and provided an opportunity to be presented, experienced and shared by as wide an audience as possible. We welcome all inquires into its activities and Non-profit status.
2pm —4 pm
Gateway City Arts
Learn about our exciting upcoming season and meet
others interested in helping the arts in Holyoke.
Food and beverage provided.
Conserving Our Remnant Old-Growth Forests
Date: April 21st, 2019.
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: Mark Landy Party Hall at Gateway City Arts
In celebration of Earth Day, come enjoy a film showing of "The Lost Forests of New England: Conserving Our Remnant Old-Growth Forests."
This documentary by Ray Asselin includes stunning footage of our region's rarely seen old-growth trees, and tells the story of central New England's old-growth forests: what they once were, what changes have taken place since European settlers arrived, and what our remnant old-growth stands look like today. Bob Leverett, co-founder of the Native Tree Society and an old-growth tree expert, is featured in this fascinating film.
Following the 1-hour screening, there will be a Q&A featuring Bob Leverett, Ray Asselin, and botanist Jared Lockwood, hosted by Lee Halasz, Kestrel's TerraCorps Regional Conservation Coordinator.