MARQUEE EVENT: An Evening with Elizabeth Kolbert
EVENT RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 7
TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE ALL BEEN CLAIMED
We are extremely delighted to welcome The Sixth Extinction author, Elizabeth Kolbert, back to Saratoga Springs to discuss her book, and her experience writing and researching this Pulitzer-Prize-winning study of mass extinction events and how humankind is contributing to the rapid rate of change that foreshadows yet another. Come join us for what will prove to be a great session!
A staff writer at The New Yorker since 1999, and author of Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man Nature and Climate Change, Ms. Kolbert has been widely recognized for her journalism. In addition to winning the Pulitzer Prize, The Sixth Extinction was a New York Times Top Ten Book of the Year and an American Library Association Nobable Book, and tops The Guardian’s list of the 100 Best Nonfiction Books of All Time. She is the Class of 1946 Environmental Fellow-in-Residence at Williams College.
As this is a rescheduled event, new tickets will be issued. Previous ticket holders must claim a new ticket to be eligible for entry. Ticket holders have an advanced opportunity over non-ticketholders. See below for dates:
- NEW TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PREVIOUS TICKETHOLDERS BEGINNING FRIDAY, MARCH 9
- PREVIOUS TICKETHOLDERS WHO GOT THEIR TICKETS FROM THE LIBRARY SHOULD EXCHANGE THEM FOR NEW ONES AT THE LIBRARY INFORMATION DESK BY SATURDAY, MARCH 24.
- PREVIOUS TICKETHOLDERS WHO GOT THEIR TICKETS FROM OUR PARTNERS AT SKIDMORE COLLEGE SHOULD EXCHANGE THEM FOR NEW ONES AT THE COLLEGE BY SATURDAY, MARCH 24.
- BEGINNING SUNDAY, MARCH 25, ANY TICKETS THAT REMAIN WILL BE RELEASED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
- ALL TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE BEEN CLAIMED — EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT