For exact locations and times for my two Oregon Humanities Conversation Project discussions, “Why DIY? Self-sufficiency and American Life” and “Fish Tales: Traditions and Challenges of Seafood in Oregon,” see Oregon Humanities’ calendar.
12/7 – 14 Columbia/Snake River “Rivers of Wine & Culinary” Small Boat Cruise (Onboard Speaker), UnCruise Adventures Cruise Line
9/6 – 14 Columbia/Snake River “Food & Wine” Small Boat Cruise (Onboard Speaker), American Cruise Lines
7/5 – 13 Columbia/Snake River “Lewis & Clark” Small Boat Cruise (Onboard Speaker), American Cruise Lines
6/7 – 15 Columbia/Snake River “Lewis & Clark” Small Boat Cruise (Onboard Speaker), American Cruise Lines
6/4/19 Why DIY? @Siuslaw Library, Florence (1 pm), and Fish Tales @Coos Bay Library (7 pm)
5/29/19 Fish Tales @Nestucca, Neskowin, Sand Lakes Watersheds Council
5/28/19 Why DIY? @Driftwood Library, Lincoln City
5/1/19 Why DIY? @People’s Coop, Portland
4/30/19 Why DIY? @Tualatin Library
4/13/19 “Seafood 101” @Seaside Library. A culinary primer on basic techniques and recipes for your favorite, affordable local seafood, including shellfish, rockfish, and albacore.
3/26/19 Why DIY? @Fern Ridge Library, Veneta
3/25/19 Why DIY? @Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland – RESCHEDULED (SNOW)
3/1/19 Why DIY? @SE Uplift Neighborhood Coalition, Portland
2/28/19 Why DIY? @Banks Library
2/8/19 Why DIY? @Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland – POSTPONED
2/7/19 Why DIY? @Columbia EcoVillage, Portland/Cully
1/12/19 Why DIY? @North Bend Library
1/11/19 Why DIY? @Port Orford Library
1/10/19 Why DIY? @Gold Beach Library
1/9/19 Why DIY? @Chetco Community Library, Brookings
Cooking Classes, Fall 2018:
September 30, “Local Fishes, Global Dishes,” 1-2:30 pm. Seafood class at the Seaside Public Library, contact Jon Burke for more information. “Local Fishes, Global Dishes” is like a mini vacation on foreign shores. We use our local catch to prepare classic and exotic dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Class will include recipes and tips for preparing favorites on the Oregon coast, including rockfish, albacore tuna, and shellfish, as we make and share an international seafood dinner.
October 5, “Local Fishes, Global Dishes,” 5-7:30 pm. Seafood class at the Port Orford Senior Center, contact Karim Shumaker at Southwestern Community College for more information. “Local Fishes, Global Dishes” is like a mini vacation on foreign shores. We use our local catch to prepare classic and exotic dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Class will include recipes and tips for preparing favorites on the Oregon coast, including rockfish, albacore tuna, and shellfish, as we make and share an international seafood dinner.
October 10, 5:30-6:30, “Basic Fermentation.” Join me for a free demonstration of fermentation techniques for vegetables and fruit at the Chetco Community Library in Brookings, OR.
Oregon Humanities Conversation Projects, 2018:
12/11/18 Why DIY? @Tap & Growler (Eugene Mindworks), Eugene
12/10/18 Fish Tales @Osher Lifelong Learning Inst., Eugene
10/20/18 Why DIY? @Astoria Library
10/11/18 Fish Tales @Ft. George Brewery (part of the “Nature Matters” series, sponsored by North Coast Watershed Association), Astoria
9/25/18 Why DIY? @North Tillamook Library (Manzanita), cosponsored by CARTM
9/16/18 Why DIY? @OMSI’s Mini Maker Faire, Portland
8/23/18 Why DIY? “Soft Opening” @Coos History Museum, Coos Bay/North Bend
1/10/18 Fish Tales, Eugene Public Library
1/11/18 Fish Tales, Straub Environmental Center, Salem
1/12/18 Fish Tales, North Bend Public Library
1/25/18 SUSHI PARTY class, Port Orford, Southwestern Community College to register.
2/6/18 Fish Tales, Columbia Maritime Museum, Astoria
2/8/18 Fish Tales, Oregon Wild/Migration Brewing, Portland (Shuck PDX fest)
2/9/18 Fish Tales, Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, The Dalles
3/10/18 Fish Tales, Cape Perpetua Interpretive Center, Yachats
3/10/18 Catch of the Day, Overleaf Lodge, Yachats (informal chat after Fish Tales, 5:15)
3/11/18 Fish Tales, Newport Public Library
4/8/18 SUSHI PARTY class, Eugene. 4-6:00, Party Downtown.
4/13/18 SUSHI PARTY class, Gold Beach. Southwestern Community College to register.
4/21/18 Fish Tales, Beaverton Public Library
4/22/18 Fish Tales, Lincoln City Public Library
4/24/18 Fish Tales, Siuslaw Watershed Council, Florence
5/22/18 Fish Tales, Lake Oswego Public Library
5/23/18 Fish Tales, Baker City Public Library
5/24/18 Fish Tales, Slow Food Wallowas, Joseph
6/2/18 Fish Tales, Natural Grocers (Store Grand Opening Celebration), Coos Bay
6/20-6/21 Catch of the Day: Oregon Seafood, Headlands Coastal Resort, Pacific City
6/23/18 SUSHI PARTY class, Seaside Public Library
6/29/18 Fish Tales, Gold Beach, SWOCC Curry Campus
7/4/18 Orchard & Forest foraged/gleaned jams and chutneys made fresh on the Oregon coast, Pop-Up Shop at Oregon Wine Lab, Eugene, 8-11 am
7/6/18 Fish Tales, Port Orford Public Library
7/14/18 Cooking and Preserving Seaweed, 4-6 p.m., Yachats Sea Greens Festival, Adobe Resort.
7/19/18 Fermenting Vegetables, 6-7:30 p.m., Eugene Public Library. Free!
2017 Oregon Humanities Fish Tales Schedule:
|Please attend one of my free 2017 Oregon Humanities Conversation Project “Fish Tales: Traditions and Challenges of Seafood in Oregon” discussions in your community!|
|5/6/17||Hood River Library|
|5/8/17||Oregon City / Clackamas CC|
|5/18/17||Corvallis / OSU Center for the Humanities|
|6/10/17||Gold Beach Library|
|6/15/17||Newport / Guin Library at Hatfield Marine|
|7/10/17||Cottage Grove Library|
|7/11/17||Bend / High Desert Museum|
|7/13/17||Coos Bay / Seven Devils Pub (sponsored by Charleston Marine Life Ctr)|
|8/23/17||Hood River Museum|
|8/24/17||Roseburg / NeighborWorks Umpqua|