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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tue., Sep. 10th, 2019||“This Flotsam and Jetsam of Human Passions: Idaho War Horses to the South African War, 1899-1902”||Philip Homan|
|Tue., Oct. 8th, 2019||“Puerto Rican Sharp-Shinned Hawk: Status and Conservation”||Russell Thorstrom|
|Tue., Nov. 12th, 2019||“Staying Focused in the Age of Distraction”||Chris Huston|
|Tue., Feb. 11th, 2020||“Black Hole Collisions and the Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy”||Dr. William Kells|
|Tue., Mar. 10th, 2020||“The Good Old Days in Idaho’s Back Country”||Joe Leonard|
|Tue., Apr. 14th, 2020||“The U.S. Senate: From Deliberation to Dysfunction”||Mark Johnson|
|Tue., May 12th, 2020||“Gothic Boise: Fables Too Good to be True” (for Idaho Archaeology Month)||Todd Shallat, PhD|