Each quarter, Centralia College East hosts weekly lectures on a variety of topics. The lectures are held Wednesdays from 11 to 11:50 a.m. at the Roxy Theater. The lecture series may be taken for credit toward a degree or as a non-credit community education class for $25.
For more information or to register, call 360-496 -5022.
Fall 2015 CC East Lyceum Lecture Series
Sept. 30 History of Japanese Timber Workers in the Northwest with Clark McAbee, author and historian
Oct. 7 Unplugged: Finding Peace in the Woods with Shiloh Reynolds, outdoor therapist
Oct. 14 Pursuit of the Past: Archeology in East Lewis County with Rick McClure, consulting archeologist (US Forest Service)
Oct. 21 The Horse Powered Market Garden with Brandon Wickes and Caitlin Arnold
Oct. 28 Medicine Wheel Teachings: Understanding What You Believe with Steve Hoecker
Nov. 4 GarissaYouth Project: Musings of an Aspiring Librarian Living as an American Soldier in Rural Kenya with Leah Hannaford, Centralia College librarian
Nov. 11 Veteran’s Day –No Lecture
Nov. 18 After the Quake: Lessons from Nepal with Charlotte Austin, mountain guide and adventure writer
Nov. 25 Ladakh: Land of High Places (North India) with Tom Kogut, wildlife biologist and photographer
Dec. 2 Mount St. Helens: From the 1980 Eruption to Now with Brittany Fagin, Mount St. Helens interpreter