The Catholic Historical Museum will conduct “At the Museum Night” with Lee Chichester– Falconer, JULY 20, 2012 at 7PM at 400 Campbell Avenue. There is a .00 DONATION – RSVP – 40 seats only.
Lee began her active participation in falconry in 1992, and has been hunting with birds of prey for 20 years. In 1995, Lee was among the original group who envisioned Floyd’s Jacksonville Center for the Arts and subsequently, she served on its board for ten years.
In 2006 she was one of three recipients of the prestigious Perry Kendig Award for significant contributions to the arts in the region, presented annually by the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge, and in 2008 she served as regional coordinator for the Governor’s Awards for the Arts.
Lee is a Master Falconer and her presentation on July 20th will cover falconry in the middle ages.
This is a unique opportunity to be up close and personal for youth and adults.
Call 982-0152 to reserve your seat.