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Mount Baker eruption history and hazard presentation schedule: Mount Vernon, Concrete, Anacortes

Three presentations about Mount Baker eruptive history and hazards are scheduled for this spring.

March 7: MOUNT VERNON Skagit Valley College, Phillip Tarro Theatre. Doors 6:30, talk 7 PM. Sponsored by SVC Veterans Club and Center for Learning & Teaching. This is a repeat of the january 31 event, which drew far too many people to get in the doors. GET THERE EARLY.

March 21: CONCRETE at the Concrete Theatre. 7PM. Fundraising event for MBVRC, Concrete High School Band, and KSVU Radio. There will probably be an admission charge at the door- stay tuned via your subscription to this website or the MBVRC blog www.mbvrc.wordspress.com.

April 27: ANACORTES. Fidalgo Bay Resort. One of several presentations at the Fidalgo Bay Academy. Sponsored by Skagit Beach Watchers. Pre-registration to the Academy will be required, watch here for details.

As usual, the MBVRC t-shirts will be available for purchase, $20.