Barry Lopez Reception

Benefit for Black Mountain Circle


Event Details

  • Date:
  • Venue: Toby's Feed Barn
    11250 CA-1, Point Reyes Station, CA, 94956, United States
  • Venue: Toby's Feed Barn
  • Cost: $50 reception only (separate ticket must be purchased for Barry's evening reading)

~Co-hosted with Point Reyes Books~

Join us before the Barry Lopez reading, for an intimate reception with Barry and special guests Jane Hirshfield, Forrest Gander, Melissa Nelson and others, in the Toby's Feed Barn Gallery. Reception includes beverages, local cheeses and a reserved seat (though a separate ticket must be purchased in advance for Barry's evening reading at 7pm).

This reception is a benefit for Black Mountain Circle’s 2019 Geography of Hope: Sacred in the Land year-long program of 20 gatherings including films, pilgrimage walks, storytelling events, art installations and youth scholarships.

Cancellations: No refunds for cancellations made 1 day or less before the event date. Prior to 1 day before an event, there is a $15 processing fee per ticket for cancellations.

Barry Lopez

Barry Lopez is an essayist, author, and short-story writer, and has traveled extensively in remote and populated parts of the world. He is the author of Arctic Dreams, for which he received the National Book Award; Of Wolves and Men, a National Book Award finalist; and eight works of fiction, including Light Action in the Caribbean, Field Notes, and Resistance. He contributes regularly to Harper's, Granta, The Georgia Review, Orion, Outside, and The Paris Review. In his nonfiction, Barry often writes about the relationship between the physical landscape and human culture.

Geography of Hope

In 2019, Geography of Hope is expanding from a one-weekend event to a year-long series of gatherings, pilgrimages, film screenings, conversations and art exhibits that explore the theme of “The Sacred in the Land.”

More Upcoming Offerings

Dec 12

Full Moon Fire Circle at Commonweal Garden in Bolinas

Dec 15

Sacred in the Land: Seasonal Pilgrimages Kate Bunney and Walking Water Team