Views and Brews
This popular lecture series about Pacific Northwest natural and cultural history began in 2007 and continues today with both online and in-person events. These fascinating topics and lively speakers make for an enjoyable and horizon-widening evening, so register today!
Please contact us with any topic or presenter suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can donate to support Virtual Views & Brews here.
See past lectures on our YouTube channel.
Jan 19th, 2023
6 - 7 pm
Have you ever noticed snow falling when the temperature is above freezing? It’s not a change to the laws of physics, but it does create challenges for scientists who track the weather and water budgets because an inch of rain is very different than an inch of snow.
March 8th, 2023
6 - 7 pm
Heathen Brewing: 1109 Washington Street, Vancouver, Washington 98660
Discover your wild backyard. Come take a slideshow trail tour around Vancouver, Camas, Battle Ground, Ridgefield and the rest of Clark County with award winning guidebook author Craig Romano. Drawing from his Urban Trails: Vancouver (Mountaineers Books), discover trails, parks, and preserves within Vancouver and around Clark County as well as the Longview-Kelso area in Cowlitz County. The book also covers the extensive non-motorized trails within the Yacolt Burn State Forest in the eastern reaches of Clark County.
May 18th, 2023
1109 Washington Street, Vancouver, Washington 98660
Join us for a special event on May 18th to commemorate the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, featuring two renowned geologists - Carolyn Driedger and Richard Waitt. This event promises to be a unique opportunity to learn about the eruption from the perspectives of both scientific research and personal experience.