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April Community Forum:
What's New About Climate Change?

Wednesday, April 19, noon-2 p.m.
Louise Lowry Davis Center, 1232 De La Vina St.

Dr. Karl Hutterer, who teaches climate change for the Vistas Lifelong Learning program, will talk about what we are learning today about the rapid changes in climate and its effects around the world. Other panelists are: Cameron Gray from the Community Environmental Council, who will discuss innovations in controlling auto emissions; and Aeron Genet, the new director of the Air Pollution Control District, who will talk about new regulations controlling air quality in the state.

Garden Party May 13,2017
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Electing the President

Now available: the newly updated edition of Electing our President 2016

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