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Central Puget Sound

Events occurring in the Central Puget Sound region

Penn Cove Water Festival - Native American Oral Histories and Stories Told Around the Bonfire by Lou LaBombard
May 15, 2015
Coupeville

Penn Cove Water Festival's focus on the cultural history of the region, includes all-time favorite performers, new performers, Native American oral histories and storytelling performances as integral parts of the festival. Join Lou LaBombard, Rosie James, and Swil Kanim. Today's events include: Storytelling around the bonfire by Lou LaBombard, tenured professor at Skagit Valley College, Whidbey Campus, where he teaches classes in Anthropology, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Global Issues, and Sociology. Lou is a Seneca-Mohawk (Haudenosaunne) of the Iroquois confederacy, Wolf, and Heron clans.

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Penn Cove Water Festival - Native American Oral Histories and Stories Told by Lou LaBombard
May 16, 2015
Coupeville

Penn Cove Water Festival's focus on the cultural history of the region, includes all-time favorite performers, new performers, Native American oral histories and storytelling performances as integral parts of the festival. Join Lou LaBombard, Rosie James, and Swil Kanim. Today's events include: Storytelling by Lou LaBombard, tenured professor at Skagit Valley College, Whidbey Campus, where he teaches classes in Anthropology, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Global Issues, and Sociology. Lou is a Seneca-Mohawk (Haudenosaunne) of the Iroquois confederacy, Wolf, and Heron clans.

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Penn Cove Water Festival - Native American Oral Histories and Stories with Music by Swil Kanim
May 16, 2015
Coupeville

Penn Cove Water Festival's focus on the cultural history of the region, includes all-time favorite performers, new performers, Native American oral histories and storytelling performances as integral parts of the festival. Join Lou LaBombard, Rosie James, and Swil Kanim. Today's events include: On the main stage, Swil Kanim, violinist, storyteller, poet, actor, and lecturer.

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Penn Cove Water Festival - Native American Oral Histories and Stories Told by Lou LaBombard
May 16, 2015
Coupeville

Penn Cove Water Festival's focus on the cultural history of the region, includes all-time favorite performers, new performers, Native American oral histories and storytelling performances as integral parts of the festival. Join Lou LaBombard, Rosie James, and Swil Kanim. Today's events include: Storytelling by Lou LaBombard, tenured professor at Skagit Valley College, Whidbey Campus, where he teaches classes in Anthropology, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Global Issues, and Sociology. Lou is a Seneca-Mohawk (Haudenosaunne) of the Iroquois confederacy, Wolf, and Heron clans.

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Think & Drink: Last Rights: The Ethics of the Death Penalty
May 26, 2015
Seattle

Speakers: Dorothy Van Soest, Writer, professor emeritus, and former dean at the University of Washington, and David Smith, Associate professor of philosophy and religious studies. Moderated by Ross Reynolds

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Think & Drink: Last Rights: The Ethics of the Death Penalty
May 27, 2015
Seattle

Speakers: Dorothy Van Soest, Writer, professor emeritus, and former dean at the University of Washington, and David Smith, Associate professor of philosophy and religious studies. Moderated by Ross Reynolds.

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