Contributed photo / Roger Inghram
Eagles are shown on their nest.
As of Tuesday, September 5, 2017
GRANGEVILLE The sixth week of the Bicentennial Historical Museum’s annual Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series takes place next week. Bring a lunch and join in to hear some local history.
For the next three weeks, local history enthusiasts will discuss Idaho County people, places and things.
The sessions are free and open to the public, set for noon to 1 p.m., each Wednesday, in the basement of the museum, 305 North College Street, Grangeville.
The fifth presentation is set for today, Wednesday, Sept. 6, when Tom Keller of the Pleasant Valley area will present “31 Years on the Upper North Fork of the Clearwater River.”
Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, Roger and Janice Inghram of Grangeville (Mount Idaho) will offer the presentation “Nature’s Highlights.”
The duo will share a 46-minute video which captures nature, recorded by seasons of the year. Highlighted nature scenes include an array of large and small birds, prey and predator animals, wild flowers and landscapes.
“We live in an area extremely rich on diversity of landscapes, flora and fauna,” said Janice. “It has been a lifelong interest of both of us to experience and learn more about the interconnectedness of our natural surroundings.”
During the past 50 years, the couple has pursued documenting the dynamics of nature through photography and videography.
“We enjoy the opportunity to share our interests with others as a means of entertainment education regarding the beauty in our backyard,” they said.
Upcoming programs include the following:
•Sept. 20: Tough Enough: 25 Years in Hells Canyon by Virginia Woods Meyer
•Sept. 27: Kirkwood by Erin Duden