The Herrett Forum Lecture Series began in January, 2006. (A list of past lectures is available here.) Programs on science, archaeology, history, music, art, and other topics of local interest are featured, by lecturers from around the world, many of whom have roots in our community.
All lectures begin at 7:30 p.m. and are presented in the Herrett Center's Rick Allen Room. Admission is free.
To receive notices about upcoming lectures, send an e-mail with the subject "add" to email@example.com.
|Tue., Sep. 11th, 2018||“The Effects of Light Pollution and How We Can Protect Our Night Sky”||Betsy Mizell, Idaho Conservation League|
|Tue., Oct. 9th, 2018||“Public Art in Context”||Curtis Eaton, Paul Smith, and Dave LaMure, Jr.|
|Tue., Nov. 13th, 2018||“Culture Wars”||Thomas Schwartz|
|Tue., Feb. 12th, 2019||“The Green Ribbon of Hope: Korea's DMZ as Nature Preserve”||Dr. Lisa Brady, Idaho State University|
|Tue., Mar. 12th, 2019||“The Impact of Interpersonal Violence and Intersections of Oppression”||Voices Against Violence's Donna Graybill, Executive Director; Katelyn Schwennen, Client Care Coordinator; Lacey Galloway, Case Manager; Angie Soto, Bilingual Case Manager; and Yarit Rodriguez, Outreach and Education Coordinator|
|Tue., Apr. 9th, 2019||“Still Pickled After All These Years”||Brian Crane, the “Pickles” Cartoonist|
|Tue., May 14th, 2018||“History and Archaeology of Western Airways with an Emphasis on Southern Idaho” (for Idaho Archaeology Month)||David Valentine, Idaho Power Archaeologist|