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Scott Freeman, Author of Saving Tarboo Creek [Chimacum]

Note: Per a 25 May email from Arendt Speser, Academic Director of the Jefferson Clemente Foundation, the 5 June presentation by Scott Freeman, author of Saving Tarboo Creek at Finnriver, was moved to Friday, June 21. You can find up-to-date information about the event at https://www.jeffersonclemente.org/thinking-through-the-land.

The Clemente website describes its community dialogue program as follows:
     “Join us for an informal series of engaging community dialogue to explore how the arts and humanities reflect upon and inspire our sense of place, and how they can help us build stronger communities.”
     “Every first Wednesday of the month at the Finnriver Cider Garden, 124 Center Road, Chimacum, WA 98325.
     “Program to start at 6pm in the Tasting Porch (newly enclosed & heated!)
“The dialogue series is free and open to the public.
     “Food and drinks are available for purchase on site. Come for a healthy meal and delicious cider--stay for a cozy evening of community and conversation in the heart of Chimacum!”

—  Source: A full list of the Clemente monthly community-dialogue series can be found at this website: The Clemente Course in the Humanities, https://www.jeffersonclemente.org/thinking-through-the-land [accessed 19 June 2019}