PechaKucha January 2013

PechaKucha Night is an informal community gathering where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, experiences and thoughts in a standardized format. Each presentation features 20 images, which are timed to show for 20 seconds each. Each presentation is six minutes 40 seconds long.
  
PechaKucha Nature Night is this Saturday, Jan.26. Doors open at 6:00 PM (dinner), and the program begins at 7:30 pm at The Electric Palm (12745 Sea Ray Lane, Woodbridge). Sponsored by Lake Ridge Parks & Recreation Association and Prince William Conservation Alliance, this event is open to the public and free of charge; buy your own food & drinks. Please note the restaurant seats 60 people; after that it’s standing room only.  You won’t want to miss this popular event featuring outstanding presentations by your friends and neighbors: 

Kristi Smedley – Galapagos 
Eli Hosen – Food for All Ages
Neil Nelson – Trail Projects in PWC
Marty Nohe – Off-road Hiking with Kids
Kelly Jimenez – Eggscellent Chicken Tales
Cindy Smith – Flowers and Bugs Make the World Go Round
Caryn Stein – Snapping & Trapping in Prince William Forest
Charlie Grymes – Open Spaces and the Tri-County Parkway
Uriah Kiser – Government Island: A walk into monumental history
Julie Flanagan – Spring Warblers are Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You 
 
More information is online at http://www.pwconserve.org/events/ or call PWCA at 703.499.4954.