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THIS WEEK AT THE UO.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Monday, Oct. 22

Workshop - 6 p.m. Joshua Skov, a principal in Good Company, will discuss sustainability, why it is valuable and how companies can achieve it. Room 175, Lillis Hall. Free.

Wednesday, Oct. 24

Storytelling - 7 p.m. Native American storyteller Ed Edmo, Shoshone-Bannock tribe, will tell stories and discuss the history and culture of the Columbia River tribes. Come early to visit the Museum of Natural and Cultural History's Columbia Plateau exhibit and view the film "Echo of Water Against Rocks: Remembering Celilo Falls." Many Nations Longhouse. Free. 346-1671.

Thursday, Oct. 25

Speaker - Public radio commentator, Shakespearean actor and Adventure Cyclist columnist Willie Weir discusses his love affair with the bicycle and how it can change your life and the planet at the same time. Room 177, Lawrence Hall. Free for UO students and Outdoor Program members, $5 general public. 346-4365.

Speaker - 3:30 p.m. Religious studies professor Timothy Miller, University of Kansas, will discuss contemporary communal living and present an illustrated survey of contemporary intentional communities, including many that are active today in Oregon. Gerlinger Lounge, Gerlinger Hall. Free. 346-3946.

Friday, Oct. 26

Speaker - 3 p.m. Art History Professor Sherwin Simmons will discus "Dada and Kitsch: Cultivation of the Trivial." Room 241, Lawrence Hall. Free. 346-3675.

Speaker - 5:30 p.m. Ted Fremd, chief paleontologist at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, will discuss "It's About Time: Designing Accurate Exhibits for the New Thomas Condon Paleontology Center, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument." A reception at the museum will follow. Room 175, Knight Law Center. Free. 346-1671.

Halloween Dance - 7 p.m. The Monster Mash is a great way to come celebrate the Halloween season with some snacks, music, dancing, prizes and costumes. Fir Room, Erb Memorial Union. Free, donations suggested. (925) 580-9654.

Ballroom Dance - 7:30 p.m. Dress up or casual; leather-sole shoes advised. No partner needed. Lessons during the first hour. Room 220, Gerlinger Hall. $5 general public, $4 students and UO faculty. 346-6025.
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