Unexpected Productions North:
High Speed Improv
Saturdays in April and May:

April 4, 11, 18, 25 and May 2, 9 at 8:05pm
General Admission - $10

Fast, furious and funny. Improvisers create stories and laughter all based on audience suggestion. More details coming soon!

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Conversations in the Humanities:
David Fenner - "Islam 101"

Tuesday, April 7 at 7:00pm

Join us for a conversation encouraging greater understanding of Islam, its history and its place in the modern world. David Fenner is the former Assistant Vice Provost for International Education at the University of Washington.

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Ghost Bears of the North Cascades
Friday, April 17, 7:00pm
Reservations are strongly suggested.

Western Wildlife Outreach (WWO) board member and bear researcher Dr. Bill Gaines takes you into the wilds of the North Cascades in search of the elusive “Ghost Bear”. Learn about the history of grizzlies and the potential for grizzly bear recovery in the Pacific Northwest. The event will feature a special performance by the Snohomish Tribe and an interactive bear exhibit will be onsite. Sponsored by NASA, LEAF School, Green Team, WWO, National Parks Conservation Association, and Conservation NW.

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"You've Got It All Wrong"
Edmonds CC Read 2015
Wednesday, April 29th
Community Lecture: 9:30am
Campus Lecture: 12:30pm

Druggie. Loser. Boozer. Dropout. Runaway. Delinquent. Slut. Labels can hurt and destroy-as the teen authors of this powerful true story collection know all too well. Would you still think the same if you knew the challenges these "labeled" teens have faced?

Several authors and advisors of this important book will be on hand to discuss their journeys chronicled in “You've Got It All Wrong” written by Scriber Lake High School students in the Edmonds School District.

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Film and Discussion:
It's A Girl

Tuesday, May 5th at 1:00pm

Shot on location in Indian and China, It's A Girl reveals the centuries-old traditions and ingrained cultural dynamics which, in combination with government policies, accelerate the war against girls. The film poses the question of why this occurs and why so little is being done about it. The film will be followed by a panel discussion.

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Join us for our Spring Musical:
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!
Thurs-Sun, May 14-17, 2:00 & 7:30pm
$15 - General Admission

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, with its delightfully catchy William Finn score and hilarious book by Rachel Sheinkin (with additional material by Jay Reiss), is one of the most crowd-pleasing Tony Award winning musical comedies of all time. Follow six socially awkward youngsters on their hilarious journey to realize their dream - to become a spelling bee champion! [Mild adult humor.] Presented by Edmonds CC Music and the Black Box Theatre.

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2015 Summer Institute
Theme: Invest In No Return - Reducing Recidivism

July 23rd – July 24th, 2015
Location: Edmonds CC Woodway Hall #202 (NOT the Black Box Theatre!)
 7:30am registration; events start at 8:00am
Cost: $70 -
must purchase ticket in advance!

The Community Partnership for Transition Services (CPTS) of King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Spokane Counties, in partnership with Edmonds Community College, invite you to take part in the 2015 Summer Institute/Regional Reentry Conference. The annual conference offers an opportunity for reentry service providers, tribes, educators, faith-based and community organizations to network, share expertise, identify and refine best practices and foster sustainable partnerships.

The last day to register for this event is Thursday, July 9th. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now!


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