Discussion series returning to Jefferson County library

PORT HADLOCK — The Great Decisions discussion series returns for its eighth year at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27.

The eight-week program will be facilitated by Joyce Francis at the Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Ave.

The discussion series is produced annually by the Foreign Policy Association and presented in moderated discussion groups nationwide.

This year’s topics are:

• Feb. 27 – Climate Change and the Global Order

• March 5 – India and Pakistan

• March 12 – Red Sea Security

• March 19 – Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

• March 26 – U.S. Relations with the northern Triangle

• April 9 – China’s Road into Latin America

• April 16 – The Philippines and the U.S.

• April 23 – Artificial Intelligence and Data

The group is free, open to the public, does not require registration and each topic stands alone.

The program is jointly sponsored by the library and Adult Learning Program at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

For more information call the library at 360-385-6544, visit www.jclibrary.info or visit www.fpa.org.

More in Entertainment

Tangled Fibers artists to talk in virtual discussion

Topics include working together, advice for collaboration

NOLS hosts performance by Red Yarn

Family-friendly music and puppet show stream free

History Happy Hour covers the ’70s

Learn about Jefferson County history, how to mix drinks

Olympic Peninsula Art Association monthly meeting

Ceramic artist Linda Collins Chapman to discuss creative process

Port Townsend Film Festival online this year

80 films, interviews, panels, awards available

Centrum to host conversation about youth, justice

By Diane Urbani de la Paz For Peninsula Daily News Before entering… Continue reading

Panto actors in virtual COVID-19 Film Festival

Free show can be watched on Facebook

Kate McDermott to host virtual cooking class

Learn to make hand pies, cinnamon sugar tasties

Most Read