The North Olympic Peninsula Climate Change Adaptation Plan
Dean, Director of the North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development Council (NOPRCDC), will present a program focused on The Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Jefferson and Clallam Counties. The NOPRCDC is a nonprofit council of governments in Jefferson and Clallam Counties that manages regional community and economic development projects. Dean will discuss the plan and the collaborative efforts to pursue solutions and continued strategies toward preparedness.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Kate Reavey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peninsula College Student Arts Festival Presentation
Join the Peninsula College community in celebrating students’ work (co-sponsored by the Humanities Division).
For more information contact Kate Reavey at email@example.com .
Mr. Hamilton will provide the benefit of 25 years of experience in information security to discuss the range of occupations that require skills in cybersecurity, and which skills, training and education are appropriate to which roles.
Amidst the backdrop of urban Latin hip hop music, rhyme, and choreography, a new production titled “Broken Promises” reveals the shocking truth of how quickly and easily teens can be ensnared in the world of sex trafficking.
This presentation was made possible through generous contributions from The Peninsula College Foundation.
An Introduction to The Forest Storytelling Festival” with The Storypeople of Clallam County (co-sponsored with The Foothills Writers Series)
Tellers will entertain you with the ancient and enduring art of live storytelling.
Slavik is an artist who for many years was the Director of Education for the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (co-sponsored with the PC Art Department)
“Service Learning and Disabilities Awareness” with Priya Jayadev and Clallam Mosaic.
Moul will be reading from two chapbooks of his original poetry, The Future as a Picnic Lunch and Naked Among Possibilities. (co-sponsored with The Foothills Writers Series)
Listen as four of our own veteran students, staff, and alumni will share their experiences overcoming obstacles and finding motivation on their journey to achieving academic and professional success.
Joshua Reid, author, scholar, and member of the Snohomish Tribe, will give a reading from his award-winning book, The Sea is My Country: The Maritime World of the Makahs
Logan explains that he “will share Indigenous Intrinsic Manifestations fundamental to Art & Identity reflective of Creativity as our Tradition.” (co-sponsored with The House of Learning ʔaʔk̓ʷustəƞáwt̓xʷ , Longhouse)
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival actors return to us from Ashland, Oregon to delight and inspire. No previous knowledge of Shakespeare’s work is required! Come and enjoy this excellent opportunity.
All events are Thursdays from 12:35pm to 1:35pm in the Little Theater.