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THIS WEEK AT THE UO.

Byline: The Register-Guard

TUESDAY

International Film Series - 7 p.m. "Read My Lips" (France). Room 115, Pacific Hall. Free. 346-4011.

Environmental speaker - 7 p.m. Francisco Ferrada, a Chilean attorney, and Mark Chernaik, staff scientist with Eugene-based Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide, will discuss efforts to assist a community contaminated by toxic mining wastes abandoned by a Swedish company in a presentation on "Seeking Environmental Justice in Chile." Room 175, Knight Law Center. Free. 687-8454.

THURSDAY

UO libraries book sale - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thousands of donated books will be on sale through Friday at this fund-raiser for the university libraries. The first two hours of each day will be reserved for the UO community and a university ID card will be required. From noon to 7 p.m., the sale is open to all. $1 for paperbacks, $3 for hardbacks or as marked. Browsing Room, Knight Library. 346-3096.

EMU Craft Center summer workshop registration - 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sign up for classes in jewelry, woodworking, bicycle repair and more. Through Aug. 1 or until classes fill. Craft Center, Erb Memorial Union. Fees vary. 346-4361.

Dance open showing - 5:30 p.m. This informal event features brief demonstrations of class work by dancers from beginner to advanced. The audience is invited to sit on the floor or lean against a wall. Dougherty Dance Theater, Gerlinger Annex. Free. 346-3386.

FRIDAY

Author event - 7 p.m. Ornithologists David Matthew Hunter and Alan Contreras, editors of "Birds of Oregon: A General Reference," introduce and sign copies of the new 768-page book. Proceeds from the sale of original art from the books and copies of the book will benefit the UO Museum of Natural History. Museum of Natural History. Free. 346-3024.

International Resource Center Spring Film Series - 7 p.m. "The World is Not Enough" (English, PG-13), directed by Michael Apted, is part of this term's action film series. International Lounge, Erb Memorial Union. Free, including popcorn. 346-0887.

Ballroom dance - 7:30 p.m. Dress up or casual; leather-soled 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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