Clarence Moriwaki will help us honor and recognize those individuals and families who were forced to leave their homes and move to internment camps. This February marks the 75th anniversary of the executive order for such internment to begin.
Tess Gallagher and Lawrence Matsuda reading from their poetry collaboration called Boogie Woogie Crisscross. This event is co-sponsored with Foothills Writers Series.
Kathleen Morris, program director for WARN: The Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network will present a program focused on making ourselves more aware of human trafficking. This event is possible because of a collaboration with the Soroptimists.
Students enrolled in the environmental science course that traveled to Sitka, Alaska, to attend the 20th Anniversary of “Whalefest,” a science symposium, will teach us what they learned in labs, in the classroom, and on the ocean itself. This opportunity was made possible through generous grants from the National Science Foundation.
Lisa Barrell and Lana Kerr of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe will give a program in recognition and celebration of the exhibit “Salish Bounty,” brought to Peninsula College from the Burke Museum of Seattle. This opportunity was made possible through a partnership between the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and ʔaʔk̓ʷustəƞáwt̓xʷ “House of Learning” Longhouse.
Lara Starcevich, PC drama instructor, and Karen Hogan, Creative Director for this year’s Find Your Voice Play Festival, will host a panel to introduce the festival, which will be held March 7 – 9.
All events are Thursdays from 12:35pm to 1:35pm in the Little Theater.