1. Dinner for Two by Five | March 5-April 20
    a group exhibit of potteryby Northwest artists
    Pat Espey | Akiko Graham | Kristin Nelson | Chris Ransom | Mark Strom
    Edmonds Community College pottery instructor, Dan Neish, curates this exhibit of functional pottery based on dinnerware by Northwest artists Pat Espey, Akiko Graham, Kristin Nelson, Chris Ransom, and Mark Strom. This show accompanies the spring conference of the National Council of Education of the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) to be held March 28-31 in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center.

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  2. Date: February 8th, 2012 Time: 12:30 PM

    Location: Black Box Theatre

    Join author Timothy Egan to discuss the EdmondsCC Community Read for 2011-12, his book, "The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America." Free. Open to all.

    About The Big Burn
    On the afternoon of August 20, 1910, a battering ram of wind moved through the drought-stricken national forests of Washington, Idaho, and Montana, whipping the hundreds of small blazes burning across the forest floor into a roasting inferno that jumped from treetop to ridge as it raged, destroying towns and timber in the blink of an eye. Forest rangers had assembled nearly ten thousand men—soldiers, college boys, day workers, immigrants from mining camps—to fight the fire. But no living person had seen anything like those flames, and neither the rangers nor anyone else knew how to subdue them. In this epic story of an America outgrowing its manifest destiny, Timothy Egan narrates the struggles of the overmatched rangers against the implacable fire while also drawing a dramatic portrait of president Teddy Roosevelt and his chief forester, Gifford Pinchot, who did no less than create the idea of public land as our national treasure and conservation as a national value.

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  3. February 22, 2012 • 12:30-1:30 PM

    Attend a presentation on A Female Immigrant’s Journey to Success, with international author Angie Chau as part of the college's Womens' History Month: Awareness Week events. Chau signs her book "Quiet As They Come," after the lecture. In the Black Box Theatre.

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  4. Interviewed by Melissa Newell

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  5. interviewed by Melissa Newell

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