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The U.S. Army in Early Washington

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

Alan Archambault, will discuss the role of the U.S. Army in the exploration, settlement and defense of the early Oregon/Washington Territory from...

Danish Sisterhood

Location: Anderson University Center: 101 (Scandinavian Cultural Center),Anderson University Center SCC Meeting Room

Newcomers welcome! Bring a dish to share!

Architecture of England

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

Sarah Murdoch returns to speak to Learning Is ForEver on the topic of the Architecture of England. Murdoch left her drafting board in the year...

Changing Face of Inequality in the USA

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

Professor Sid Olufs, Ph.D. will give a talk to Learning Is ForEver on the topic of "The Changing Face of Inequality in the USA". Wednesday,...

U.S. Golf Open in University Place

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

University Place Councilman, Chris Nye will give a multimedia presentation of the Chambers Bay US Golf Open. Billed as the biggest sporting event...

The Amazing World of Honey Bees

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

President of the Olympia Beekeepers Association, Laurie Pyne, will give a lecture on life cycle and fascinating behavior of honey bees. Class is...

Seventeen Parrots

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

Professor Charles Bergman, Ph.D., traveled to Uganda as part of a four person team to release confiscated and rescued African grey parrots back to...

Danish Sisterhood

Location: Anderson University Center: 101 (Scandinavian Cultural Center),Anderson University Center SCC Meeting Room

Newcomers welcome! Bring a dish to share!

The World of Sweets in Washington State

Location: Garfield Book Company Community Room

From bienenstich to bánh xu xê, marzipan to mochi, each of the sweets we enjoy across Washington State reveals something of our shared history...