Boundary Bay Brewery, 1107 Railroad Ave. Bellingham.
Dana Lyons performing and an update on the Coal Free PSE Campaign
"DamNation" is the first great film about America's growing movement to restore healthy rivers by removing costly, out-dated dams. The 90-minute film will be followed by a panel of experts to discuss issues and answer audience questions.
Location: Grand Cinema, 606 S. Fawcett Ave., Tacoma 98402
Times: 2pm and 7 pm
Cost: $9.50 General Admission with matinee, military, student and senior discounts
$7.50 Members Admission with matinee, military, student and senior discounts
Seattle Wild Rivers Night is a celebration of Washington's rivers, featuring short films, stunning photography, compelling information, humorous stories, a silent auction, socializing and fun--all centered around the rivers of Washington.
Emceed by Professor David Montgomery, UW professor of Earth and Space Sciences and head of the Geomorphological Research Group. He is the renowned author of 8 books and winner of the MacArthur Fellowship.
Location: Filson Headquarters, 1741 1st Ave. S, Seattle
Appetizers will be served; beer and wine is complimentary with your pint cup from your favorite river conservation organization that you can acquire for $10 at the event. Cash is encouraged.
Learn about and help save Washington's ancient forests, roadless areas, and trails. Many volunteer opportunities available around the state, including our Washington Wild Places Campaign, Cascade Checkerboard Project, and North Cascades trail work parties. All are welcome! We'll meet at the Washington State Chapter office. For more information, contact Mark Lawler.
We are planning a NOG membership potluck at the United Methodist Church in Sequim. Come and join us and enjoy a program featuring the "Eternal Battle - The Legacy of John Muir and the Wilderness Act at 50" by Ron Eber. Ron Eber is Historian for the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club and has held many Sierra Club positions including National Campus Coordinator in 1971 and Chair and Wilderness Coordinator of the Oregon Chapter from 1980 - 1985 during the intense campaign for the 1984 Oregon WildernessAct. He has written and published two essays for the John Muir Center in California entitled “John Muir and the Pioneer Conservationists of the Pacific Northwest” and “Wealth and Beauty – John Muir and Forest Conservation.” Members and friends of the Sierra Club are invited. An invitation and additional information is forthcoming. As always we can use volunteers to help with set - up, serving and clean up. If you are willing to help please contact Janet Marx at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-457-6605
Please join the Sierra Club, South King County Group at the Federal Way Library for our monthly meeting. All are welcome. We’ll be discussing various issues including energy, our Soos Creek Park Restoration Project, group outings, etc.
Location: Federal Way 320th Library.
For details, please contact Mark Johnston.
Our monthly meeting for volunteers and leaders. Newcomers are welcome - Please join us!
We meet on the second Tuesday most months at REI in Lynnwood (Alderwood Mall) in the 2nd floor staff conference room. We'd love to have help on local issues such as protecting the Skykomish River, dirty coal exports, wolf recovery and political endorsements.
Take action on your environmental interests! Several opportunities include: meeting note taker, newsletter helper, and outings leaders. Help our committees: Conservation, Land Use & Transportation, National Forests, State Lands, Energy, Education, and Political Endorsements.