Calendar

Calendar of Slide Shows & Booksignings

October 3, Monday. SILVERTON, slide show on "Hiking Oregon's History" at the Oregon Garden for the OEA retirees conference. Details to be announced. Members and guests only.

October 12, 6pm social hour, 7pm meeting. EUGENE, slide show on "Not Dead Yet: Trips for Seniors" at the Veterans Memorial Building (17th and Willamette) for the Altair outdoor club. Open to the public. Free.

October 13, 7pm. DALLAS, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" at the Dallas Public Library. Open to the public. Free.

October 18, Tuesday, 7pm. SALEM, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" for the Salem Audubon Society at the Loucks Auditorium of the Salem Public Library. Open to the public. Free.

October 30, Sunday, 10am-5pm. SPRINGFIELD, booksigning at the Mushroom Festival in the Mt. Pisgah Arboretum. Open to the public. There is an admission fee to the festival.

November 3, 7pm. CORVALLIS, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" at the downtown Corvallis public library, sponsored by the Sierra Club. Open to the public. Free.

November 5, Saturday, 9am-5pm. PORTLAND, booksigning at the Wordstock literary festival at the Portland Art Museum. Open to the public. Admission is charged for the festival.

November 19, Saturday, 12noon-4pm. PORTLAND, booksigning at the Wild Arts Festival sponsored by the Portland Audubon Society at the Montgomery Park center. Open to the public. Admission is charged for the festival.

December 16, 2016, Friday, 12noon. SALEM, slide show on ""DB Cooper and the Exploding Whale: Folk Heroes of the Northwest" for the Salem City Club at the Willamette Heritage Center (Mission Mill Museu). Open to the public. Free.

January 24, Tuesday, 5pm social & trivia night, 6pm show. COTTAGE GROVE, slide show on "Lane County's Greatest Natural Disasters" for the Coast Fork Watershed Council's Science Pub series, held at the Axe & Fiddle. Open to the public. Free.

January 27, 2017, Friday, 6:30pm potluck, 7:30pm show. EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" for the Obsidians outdoor club at their lodge at the end of Spring Boulevard near Hendricks Park. The lodge is difficult to find if you haven't been there before. Open to the public. Free. 

January 28, Saturday, 2pm. SPRINGFIELD, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" at the Springfield Public Library. Open to the public. Free.

March 15, Wednesday, 7pm. SALEM, 30-minute slide show on "Interesting New Hikes Near Salem," paired with a 30-minute slide show by Zach Urness on the same topic, at the Salem downtown library's Louck Auditorium. Sponsored by Salem Environmental Education. Open to the public. Free..

April 12, Wednesday, 7pm. PORTLAND, slide show on "New Hikes in Southern Oregon" at the Mazamas Mountaineering Center at 43rd and NE Stark. Open to the public. Free.

April 13, Thursday, 7pm. PORTLAND, slide show on "New Hikes in Southern Oregon" for the Multnomah Athletic Club at 12th and Salmon. Members and guests only.

April 14, Friday, 7pm. PORTLAND, slide show on "New Hikes in Southern Oregon" at the Next Adventure outdoor store at Stark and Grand Streets in East Portland. Open to the public. Free.

April 15, Saturday, 1pm. OREGON CITY, slide show on "Hiking Oregon's History" at the End of the Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center at 1726 Washington Street. Open to the public. Free.

April 25, Tuesday, 7pm. EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes in Southern Oregon" for the Eugene Audubon Society at the Eugene Garden Club building at 17th and High. Open to the public. Free.

May 3, 2017, Wednesday, 7pm. OLYMPIA, slide show on "New Hikes on the Oregon Coast" for the Olympia chapter of The Mountaineers in the Friends Meetinghouse, 3201 Boston Harbor Road. Open to the public. Free.

May 9, Tuesday, 7pm dinner, 8pm talk. EUGENE, slide show on "The Red Gates of Nirvana" for the  Round Table Club of Eugene. Members and guests only.

May 24, Wednesday, 7pm. SALEM, slide show on "Eden & Nirvana: Oregon religious and utopian movements from Ghost Dancers to Rajneeshees." Held in the Spinning Room of the Willamette Heritage Center (Mission Mill Museum). Open to the public. Free.