Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest at Eastside Science Cafe

Monday, 12 September 2011 - 7:00pm
Wilde Rover Click here for Map

People have lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 10,000 years, and archaeologists are searching our region for evidence these inhabitants left behind.
At the September Eastside Science Café, join Kelly Bush of Skagit County's Equinox Research to discover the science and stories revealed by archeological sites in the neighborhoods, parks, and forests around Puget Sound. Download the flyer (PDF)
The Eastside Science Cafe is your opportunity to talk with researchers about science and technology research—all in the comfortable atmosphere of a local pub. 
Eastside Science Café is held on the second Monday of each month. Did you miss a café and want to hear the discussion? Most Science Cafés are recorded by KCTS 9 and are available for online viewing. Eastside Science Cafés take place at Wilde Rover in Kirkland and are presented in partnership with Pacific Science Center and KCTS 9.