Hubbard Brook hosts two performances by and for the community each summer in conjunction with the Annual Cooperators' Meeting:
The Moss Storytelling Hour, and
The Hubbard Brook Community Showcase.
Read more about each event, and see recordings of previous shows, in the sections below.
The Moss is a live storytelling event that features true, personal stories about science told by members of the Hubbard Brook community. Each year's stories have a unifying theme.
2021: "Friends Like These: Stories of Strong Bonds and Unlikely Love Affairs"
Click here to watch a full recording of the event.
True stories told by:
Rebecca & Christine Bormann
Screenshot of Daoda Njie during the 2021 Moss
2020: "It Was An Accident!"
Click on the names below to watch a recording of the story.
Screenshot of Jenny Bower during the 2020 Moss
2019: "Unexpected Encounters"
Click on the names below to hear a recording of the story.
Hubbard Brook Community Showcase
The Hubbard Brook Community Showcase is a homegrown talent show that provides a fun opportunity to see colleagues in a new light. The first ever Showcase, held in 2021, featured scientific illustration, musical performances, a fly tying lesson, a chainsaw demonstration, and more!
Amey Bailey and Teddy Southard
Screenshot of Dan Clark tying a fly during the 2021 Showcase