The seventh season of "Glimpses," the CIC Lecture Series, began August 2019. In this series, experts speak on a variety of subjects related to the natural world, resources, or history.

The 2019-2020 season is sponsored by:

All upcoming talks will take place at 6:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month, Shilo Inn Ocean Shores (707 Ocean Shores Blvd NW) in the Olympia & Mt. St. Helens rooms. An optional buffet in the lecture room will be offered by Shilo Inn for $15, open at 6:00.

Lecture tickets are $10 each, or buy a season ticket to get one free ($50 for 6 talks). 

Follow these links to get the details of each lecture:

  • October 17 - Larry Workman, "Quinault Country from Peak to Sea"

  • November 21 - David Ellis, "Sasquatch: A Mystery Walks Among Us..."

  • December 19 - Brian Atwater, "Surviving a Tsunami in Chile"

  • January 16 - Todd Bates, "Unique Management of a Unique Area"

  • February 20 - John Anderson, "Extreme Beachcombing"

  • March 19 - Larry Gilbertson, "Quinault River Blueback - An Uncertain Future" ‚ÄčDue to concerns about the coronavirus, Thursday night's lecture by Larry Gilbertson has been canceled. We will make every attempt to reschedule this summer. Thank you for your understanding!

Admission at the door each Thursday evening. Season tickets available at Coastal Interpretive Center or at the first two lectures.

The Lecture Series is a fundraising event for the Center, and having sponsors helps with the renting of a venue and speaker honorariums. It is a great contribution to the Center's mission.


Consider becoming a sponsor today!


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