Clemente Lecture “Whose Land?  Justice, Race, and Environmental Ethics”
Wednesday, Nov 13 2019, 6:00pm - 7:30pm PST. copy to my calendar, iCal export
Finnriver Cider Garden, Cidery Taproom & Orchard 124 Center Road, Chimacum, WA 98325, United States (map)

Join us for a Clemente Lecture with Dr. Obrien of Pacific Lutheran University. We will be discussing “Whose Land? Justice, Race, and Environmental Ethics”

Dr. O’Brien is Dean of Humanities at Pacific Lutheran University, and coordinates the teaching and work of the English, Languages & Literatures, Philosophy, and Religion Departments as well as the Rainier Writer's Workshop and the Scandinavian Cultural Center.
His research focuses on the interconnections between religious faith and social justice, human ethics and environmental concerns, scientific data and moral commitments.

Join us daily— 12 to 9pm— for farmcrafted hard cider on draft, cider cocktails and non-alcoholic options available in our Tap Room, and guided tastings and orchard tours on weekend afternoons. The Finnriver Kitchen is now serving seasonally-inspired, locally-sourced foods from 12-8pm seven days a week. On weekends, we host an array of fabulous food vendors: Dented Buoy Woodfired Pizza, Hama Hama Seafood and La Crêpe de Quimper. You can view food hours and Finnriver Kitchen menu here: