Community Lecture Series, Wednesdays at 7PM
April 4 Danny Choriki New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music
In honor of Jazz Appreciation Month Danny Choriki will present a Great Museums episode: New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music, both a history of jazz as it developed in NOLA and tribute to New Orleans and the music that just keeps coming out of there.
April 11 Dr. Bruce Gourley Issues of Islam and evangelicals pertaining to separation of church and state.
Bruce Gourley, PhD historian, and part-time MSU instructor, lives in Bozeman and will speak to us on issues of Islam and evangelicals pertaining to separation of church and state. He is the author of eight books and has been published in AUSCS.
April 18 Ralph Scott On being a “Weather Watcher” a lecture by Ralph Scott covering 10 years of local Weather Watching.
He will present his data collection, graphs, cloud types, tree ring
analysis, and our relationships with the local weather and climate.
April 25 Gary Bond Conflict, Compromise and Consensus; A Process for Finding Best Solutions.