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January 10, 2019, 10:00 AM - February 23, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Schack Art Center
EXHIBIT: Salmon School Ambassadors
January 10 - February 23, 2019
Artist reception: Thursday, January 17, 5-8pm. With the help of Joseph Rossano we are celebrating the 40 glass artists who have volunteered countless hours to School: The Joseph Rossano Salmon Project. This exhibit is an opportunity to thank these talented makers for their environmental advocacy and showcase their individual artistic talents.
February 23, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
We want all the animals in the shelter to find their forever home. While they wait for that to happen, our shelter is a pretty awesome place for them to be. But we’d rather the senior dogs not wait it out in the shelter. We think they've earned being in a loving home while they wait to get adopted.
Join our Senior Dog Foster training and help us with that mission. This is a no obligation training. We encourage everyone to come and learn about the program, and help us get these sweet ol’ dogs out of the shelter and into the comfort of a home. We hope to see you at the training!
It is a no obligation training. There is no pre-registration or paperwork to do ahead of time - just show up!
February 23, 2019, 8:00 AM
The Snohomish County Hams Club meets at 8:00am on the fourth Saturday of the month, with the exception of June and December, in the Rainier Room at Providence Hospital, 1330 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, WA.
They offer radio license testing following the meeting, starting at 10am, at 1401 Poplar St, Everett, WA. Walk-ins are always welcome.
For more information, visit http://www.wa7law.org/ .
February 23, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Main Library
Garrett, of the Orca Network, reveals the lives of these little-understood Salish Sea inhabitants.
Garrett will present a brief history of the growth of scientific knowledge about our resident orcas and about the natural history of orcas worldwide. Now down to only 74 members, our resident orcas are barely surviving. Garrett will talk about Gov. Inslee's Orca Recovery Executive Order, and the resulting Task Force process to find solutions.
He will look at our changing attitudes toward orcas, the current environmental hazards impacting them (along with possible mitigations), and will provide an update on the improved prospects for the return of Lolita, the L pod orca captured in Penn Cove in 1970, now a marine performer in the Miami Seaquarium.
Garrett has worked with Southern resident orca of the Pacific Northwest for over thirty years, beginning as a field assistant with the Center for Whale Research.