OSU's Spring Creek Project and the Marys Peak Group of the Sierra Club are partnering to present the third annual Champinefu Lecture Series at the Majestic Theatre.
In the second presentation of the series, Tia Cody, the archaeologist for the Bonneville Power Administration, shares her study of the Kalapuya Mounds in the Mid-Willamette Valley that were formerly evident everywhere in the region. Because of agricultural practices, land development, and theft, most of the mounds have been leveled. For her master's thesis, Tia worked with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde to use new technology to study the remaining mounds. In this lecture, Tia will share her discoveries.
The final event in the series will be a presentation on Regional Indigenous Art led by Travis Stewart on December 11.
All events in the Champinefu series are free and open to the public. Seating has filled quickly in the past, so you may wish to arrive early.
Wednesday, November 6 at 7:00pm
Majestic Theatre 115 SW 2nd St; Corvallis, Oregon