Harbor History Museum and Humanities Washington invite the community to an engaging series of conversations with four unique speakers as part of the 2016 Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. These speakers will explore a range of topics that are designed to spark conversation and critical thinking and engage communities in new dialogues.
Speakers for 2016 will include:
George Halekas: "The Roots of Music: Exploring Earth's Soundscapes"
Llyn De Danaan: "History in Your Backyard"
Julia Harrison: "Ripe for the Telling: Surprising Stories of Washington Fruit:
Scott Woodward: "Theodore Roosevelt: Wilderness Warrior in Washington State"
Official dates and times for individual presenters will be announced shortly. These events are FREE and open to the public thanks to the support from Humanities Washington. For more information on the lecture series, please contact Alphild Dick, Marketing & Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Humanities Washington, visit www.humanities.org.