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.
To receive notices about upcoming lectures, send an e-mail with the subject "add" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tue., Sep. 13th, 20227:30 PM (Zoom lecture only)||Rethinking Global Change and its Effects on Ecosystems||Brandon Barton, PhD, Trent University, Ontario, Canada|
|Tue., Oct. 11th, 20227:30 PM||Millennials to Boomers and Beyond-Why Women are Embracing Philanthropy||Moderator: Gloria Gott; Panel: Linda Watkins, Jan McBride, Angel Chapman-McDavid, Khristin Quigley, and Sami Ashenbrener|
|Tue., Nov. 22nd, 20227:30 PM||El Arte Jondo: An Introduction to Flamenco||Gustavo Lopez|
|Tue., Feb. 14th, 20237:30 PM||Day of Remembrance: Japanese American Incarceration During WWII||Kurt Ikeda, Director of Interpretation and Education, Minidoka National Historic Site & Robyn Achilles, Executive Director, Friends of Minidoka|
|Tue., Mar. 14th, 20237:30 PM||The Future of Energy||Megan Ronk, Director of Economic Development & Innovation, Idaho Power|
|Tue., Apr. 11th, 20237:30 PM||The 51 Tunnels that Saved Twin Falls: The Twin Falls Canal Company's Bold Solution to a Nasty Drainage Surprise||Jim Gentry & Brian Olmstead|
|Tue., May 9th, 20237:30 PM||Building the Iron Road: The Archaeology of Chinese Workers along the Central Pacific Railroad in Utah||Ken Cannon|