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Authoritarian Theories of Reality and Truth

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Through the Looking Glass: Authoritarian Theories of Reality and Truth

Wed., Feb. 1, 7pm at the library

Ben McBroom, author/lecturer on political philosophy and moderator of the Socrates Cafe philosophy club, delineates the fundamental philosophic logic and polemical strategies historically employed by authoritarian political regimes — such as fascist, Marxist and theocratic — to bind populations in a condition of intellectual, economic and political subjugation. This is the second in a 3-part series; the final program is Wed., Mar. 1.

My Old Man and the Mountain

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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In 1963, “Big Jim” Whittaker became the first American to reach the summit of Mount Everest. His son, author and mountaineer Leif Whittaker, discusses the Whittaker family legacy in his engaging memoir My Old Man and the Mountain. Leif shares glimpses of his early adventures in the Olympic Mountains and on Mount Rainier and his later adventures climbing Everest -- twice. Free at the library.

Defrag Your Brain with Neurofeedback

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Practitioner Joan Cross explores the cutting-edge neuroscience involved in neurofeedback, a noninvasive technique that trains the brain to function optimally. From enhancing sports performance to improving mental health, neurofeedback has been used to help people with insomnia, anxiety, migraines, ADHD, PTSD, mood swings and more. Wed., Feb. 15, 7pm at the library.

Feng Shui Tips for Home & Business

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Feng Shui Master Educator Caroline P. BorNei discusses how to harmonize living and working spaces using the principles of Feng Shui. This ancient Chinese system helps arrange our surroundings in concordance with the natural world, using color, sound, lighting, art and other elements. 

Wed., April 5, 7pm at the library.

Residential Fall Clean Up Saturday

Saturday, September 9, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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City of Anacortes Residential Fall Clean Up Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 9 am-noon, Operations Facility, D Avenue and 37th Street. Gate will close promptly at 12 noon. The line of traffic can sometimes be very long, please arrive early to ensure you get through the gate before closing.

Get your household cleaning done and bring your residential garbage and yard waste at no charge. Items accepted are household garbage, furniture, and yard waste. Customers who live within city limits, verification of residence will be required. Please be ready to show two (2) forms of ID, example: a driver’s license and current copy of a utility bill.

Appliances such as refrigerators and freezers will be accepted for a fee of $36.28 each and billed to your city account. All other appliances: washers/dryers, hot water tanks, and dish washers are a fee of $12.96 each which is ½ price of our normal special haul rate.

We cannot accept propane tanks, tires, large vehicle parts, hazardous waste, construction and demolition waste, which includes large lumber, roofing or concrete.

Loads are restricted to one “pick-up load” per customer and may be regulated at the discretion of city staff. Please load your vehicles so that you can unload yard waste first, and garbage second. Also, please be aware if towing a trailer, city employees are not allowed to back your vehicle up to the unload area. You must be able to back your trailer.