Help us kick off the 2021 History After Hours series for ages 21+! Eventually, we’ll go back to holding these evening events live in the History Museum. For Living Washington, join like-minded history, nature, and beverage lovers online!
- Maria Mudd Ruth, author of “Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet”
- Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife who first learned about our coast’s shellfish from his father and grandfather
- Alysa Adams, interpretive specialist at the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center who will lead a fun craft!
- Julie Nelson, Education & Outreach Coordinator at Methow Beaver Project who will describe how to embrace our incredible, and sometimes challenging, beaver residents
- David Wheeler, WSU Dept. of Plant Pathology discussing fantastic fungi
- Robert Michael Pyle, butterfly expert and author sharing early lepidopterist tales
- Harvest Moon Howell, Quinault storyteller who will regale us with the legend of the Bear and the Heron
- Renee Cebula, our favorite cocktail historian mixing us another dreamy concoction
$25.00 for not-yet members