Travis Rummel stands on a beautifully preserved old growth cedar stump that was revealed after being submerged nearly a century under Washington's 'Lake' Aldwell. The Elwha River has now re-­‐carved its course through the drained reservoir in a scene from DAMNATION. Photo: Ben Knight

DamNation

Maier Performance Hall
Peninsula College
1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Peninsula College

May 1
Port Angeles, WA 7:00 PM

Set a Reminder

A panel will lead a discussion after the film:

Jim Waddell, Economist, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, retired
Ian Miller, PhD., Coastal Hazards Specialist Washington Sea Grant
Steve Hollenhorst, PhD., Dean of Huxley College of the Environment, WWU
Richard W. Osborne, Ph.D., Research Consultant, Olympic Natural Resources Center

General admission is a suggested $5 donation; free with student ID.

More information: http://www.pencol.edu/events/magic-cinema-damnation

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