“Tellers” from The Storypeople of Clallam County will regale audience members with a diverse collection of stories to welcome the annual “Forest Storytelling Festival” to Peninsula College as part of a Studium Generale presentation, Thursday, October 15 from 12:35-1:25 pm in PC’s Little Theater.
Michael Spence drove public-transit buses in the Seattle area for thirty years. His fourth collection of poetry is titled The Bus Driver’s Threnody, published by Truman State University Press. On Thursday, October 22, he will share some of his works during a Studium Generale presentation from 12:35 – 1:25 pm in Peninsula College’s Little Theater.
“My Disability is only ONE part of Who I Am!” is the theme for October’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month. On Thursday, October 29, Mary Cliffton from Clallam Country Health and Human Services (CCHHS) will discuss how this theme aligns with the mission of CCHHS. During her Studium Generale presentation, from 12:35 – 1:25 pm in Peninsula College’s Little Theater, Cliffton will explore employment issues for local citizens with developmental disabilities and also address the needs of High School Transition Students with disabilities as they prepare to transition to higher education, vocational training, employment and a complete inclusive life in the community.
Steve Belz will introduce his exhibition titled "Exposure." Please join us in welcoming this extraordinary ceramics artist and our newest faculty member.
Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, a veteran of the War in Vietnam, will read from her novel The Healer's War.
Valerie Conroy and John Pritchard, III - a Celebration of Study Abroad. Makah tribal member and spoken word poet John Pritchard, III will be joined by International Studies Advisor, Valerie Conroy in a unique program focusing on Pritchard's experience as a student in Florence, Italy...
All events are Thursdays from 12:35pm to 1:35pm in the Little Theater.