Centralia College East in Morton is hosting its annual Lyceum Lecture Series at noon every Wednesday from Oct. 3 to Dec. 3 at the Roxy Theater.
The classes are free and may be taken for college credit or as a community education class. Guests can drop in for one lecture or sign up for the series and attend them all.
To register or for more information, call 360-496-5022.
CCEast Lyceum Lecture Series
Oct. 1 – Wildland Fire Ecology with Aaron Schmidt, Department of Natural Resources
Oct. 8 – Trekking with the Snow Leopard with Steve Caskey
Oct. 15 – Teachings of the Medicine Wheel with Roy Wilson, Honorary Chief of the Cowlitz Tribe
Oct. 22 – Wolves in Washington with Skie Bender, Education Outreach Specialist, Wolf Haven
Oct. 29 – The Biological Renaissance of Mount St. Helens with Ray Yurkewycz, Mount St. Helens Institute
Nov. 5 – The Civilian Conservation Corps in Washington with Janet Oakley, Writer and Historian
Nov. 12 – Landscape Responses to Climate Changes at Mount Rainier with Scott Beason, Geologist at Mt. Rainier National Park
Nov. 19 – A Photographic Hiking Tour Around Mount Adams with Jim Riley
Nov. 26 – The Big Picture: Challenge Course Elements & Philosophy with A.J. Hostak, Cispus Challenge Course Manager
Dec. 3 – Why Wilderness? with Andrea Durham, Recreation Planner and Wilderness Manager