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Fast Moving Water: The Hoh River Story. Artist presentation & photo exhibit by Keith Lazelle. Fast Moving Water: The Hoh River Story. Exhibit Opening Presentation & book signing with Keith Lazelle *reception to follow Monday, February 23 rd , 7:00 pm

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fast moving water the hoh river story

Fast Moving Water: The Hoh River Story

Artist presentation & photo exhibit by

Keith Lazelle

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Fast Moving Water: The Hoh River Story

Exhibit Opening

Presentation & book signing with

Keith Lazelle

*reception to follow

Monday, February 23rd, 7:00 pm

Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities

2nd Floor, Spokane Community College Library

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Fast Moving Water

Special Day Time Lecture by Keith Lazelle

Tuesday, February 24th

9:30 am & 10:30 am

Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities

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Fast Moving Water: The Hoh River Story

Photo exhibit

February 17th to March 9th

SCC Library

Free and open to the public

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This exhibit was developed by the Burke Museum and the Hoh River Trust, with support from the Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation

Sponsors

The Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities

SCC’s Student Association for Nature and the Environment (S.A.N.E.)

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