Found 11 blog entries tagged as Lecture.

Shroud of Turin imageThe Shroud of Turin lecture will be held on April 1 and 2, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. The lecture will be presented at Richland Public Library, at 955 Northgate Dr., Richland, WA. For more details, visit the page of Shroud of Turin Lecture on Facebook.

About the Shroud of Turin Lecture
Richland Public Library is pleased to present a lecture on the historical linen burial cloth which has been preserved in Turin, Italy since 1578. The Shroud of Turin is believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth. The lecture will feature a PowerPoint presentation to introduce the results of the research conducted regarding the Shroud of Turin.

The Shroud of Turin lecture is part of the International Conference on Shroud of Turin which will be held at the TRAC Center…

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orcas are speaking are we listeningMid-Columbia Libraries is pleased to present the lecture, Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? on March 30, 2017, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The lecture will be held at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the page of Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? at Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.

About 'Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening?'
Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? is a discussion that suits an audience of all ages. The lecture will feature Brent Nixon who is a marine research naturalist and the director of environmental education. Nixon also played an important role in establishing and managing the country's first non-captive marine mammal park located in the Puget Sound.

As a film artist, photographer, and actor,…

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Down Syndrome Association of Mid-Columbia Lecture Series Presents Jennifer Casey of Kidspot: The Impact of Vision and Posture Control in a Child's Development | Richland, WA The DSMAC Lecture Series will present Jennifer Casey of KidSPOT on January 9, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. This event will be held at the Central Church, at 1124 Stevens Dr. Richland, WA. For more details, please visit the DSAMC Lecture Series page on Facebook.

About the DSAMC Lecture Series
This DSAMC presentation will discuss the effects of vision and posture control in developing motor skills, as well as in reading and other academic works. DSMAC is inviting all parents, teachers, and caregivers to join this event. Attendees are advised that there will be no childcare for this DSAMC Lecture Series. Invite friends to come along and learn more about coping with life with a loved one with Down Syndrome. Don't miss it!

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'Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take' Community Lecture with Eva Abram at Richland Washington Public LibraryThe community lecture at Richland Public Library will feature 'Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take' on September 15, 2016, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The Richland Public Library is located at 955 Northgate, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take page at Richland Public Library's website.

About 'Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take'
Presenting the 'Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take' lecture series is Eva Abram. Eva is an actress and public speaker. She also writes and performs stories that center on people and situations which help shape the state and the nation. As a holder of Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Policy/Public Policy from the University of Washington, Abram has ideas to…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries: Tri-Cities Community Lecture Series Presents The Mid-Columbia Libraries is calling everyone to join the Tri-Cities Community Lecture Series on May 19, 2016. This lecture is entitled "Rap 101: The Message Behind the Music" which will run from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. "Rap 101: The Message Behind Music" will be held at Mid-Columbia Library - Kennewick Branch, which is situated at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. Please visit Mid-Columbia Libraries' website for more details.

About Rap 101: The Message Behind the Music
Presenting the lecture on "Rap 101: The Message Behind the Music" is Eric Davis. The discussion will cover topics concerning the modern culture, social issues and many other matters usually used as an inspiration for hip-hop and rap lyrics writers.

The young generation is…

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Graham Parker Conducts Lecture At Mid-Columbia Library Kennewick WashingtonMeet Graham Parker, a senior staff engineer with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, as he collaborates with some of the best and brightest researchers in the world to come up with a lecture about Electric Utility Paradigm that will be presented at the Mid-Columbia Library, 1600 Union Street in Kennewick, Washington on Thursday, June 11. The lecture starts at 7:00 in the evening.

About the Presentation
This presentation looks back at the energy crisis, highlights of some of the significant changes since the crisis began and identifies the factors that will change the utility paradigm in the future. It is about the changes of the electric utility landscape with de-regulation and the West Coast Energy Crisis, followed by the…

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What Can 500 Cubic Miles Of Water Do In Your Backyard? Kennewick, WashingtonEveryone is invited to attend this special event lecture as Dr. Kiver will discuss about the history and impact of “Ice Age Floods” and share his 40 years of research on the topic on Saturday, May 21 at Mid-Columbia Library, Kennewick at 7:00 to 9:00 in the evening.

About the Lecture
Doctor Gene Paul Kiver, an Emeritus Geology Professor at the Eastern Washington University and one of the founders of the Ice Age Institute, addresses the failure of Idaho’s glacier dams and the floods from Glacial Lake Missoula that violently transformed the Pacific Northwest landscape. Come learn about our flood-impacted area and its glacial history.

This free public lecture is part of the Community Lecture Series, in partnership with Columbia Basin College, Battelle…

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Free Photography Lecture With Scott Butner Richland Public Library Richland, WashingtonOn Thursday, March 5 at 7:00 in the evening Richland Public Library welcomes Professional photographer, Scott Butner for a free public lecture. The library is located at 955 Northgate Drive in Richland, Washington. Admission is free.

About the Lecture
This free lecture by Scott Butner is something a little different. He is requesting the participants to send him topics and questions you want to know more about. People can submit a photography related topic or question on his Facebook page and he will compile several topics to discuss at the library.

Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Richland Public Library.

Check Scott Butner's Facebook account here and…

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Lecture: Snow & Ice At Richland Public Library In Richland, WashingtonOn Thursday, January 15 the Richland Public Library will be hosting "Snow & Ice: How we can and why we should save the world's frozen water" lecture at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free!

More about the Event
Mountaineer and climate scientist Steven Ghan will take you on a visual journey along the crest of the North Cascades, showing evidence of glacier retreat as well as spectacular alpine scenery.

He will then relate his anecdotal evidence with data from around the world showing retreat of glaciers, reductions in mountain snowpack, loss of Arctic sea ice, and melting of Greenland ice. He will place these recent changes within the context of the repeated advance and retreat of ice over the last 800,000 years, and will provide a…

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Wilderness Warrior In Washington State At Richland Pu300blic Library Richland, WashingtonOn Thursday, December 18 come and learn more about the late President Theodore Roosevelt at the Richland Public Library in 955 Northgate Drive Richand, Washington at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free!

Details of Wilderness Warrior In Washington State
The lecture talks about how President Roosevelt achieve so much. In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt made a stop in Washington state as part of a 17-city national tour, inspiring thousands of Washington residents on both sides of the Cascades. The wilderness legacy that ensued from this visit guarantees our sense of place in Washington state today with the formation of national wildlife refuges, national forests and parks, and national monuments.

Through a presentation that combines music,…

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