Brown Bags

You may view the previous live streams of our brown bag lectures on our YouTube page!

The Library holds a series of Brown Bag lunches, presentations and conversations concerning The Josephy Center, our Wallowa community, Indians, and Western history and culture. Programs have examined the Civil War in the West, fire in the Wallowas, the evolution of canyon ranching and horse gear, flint knapping and Indian tools, weeds and plants of the Wallowas, etc.

Brown Bags are generally held first and third Tuesdays at noon, and are open and free to the public. Due to the pandemic, our brown bag lectures are also offered live via YouTube. Links are provided in each event’s description page.

Virtual Brown Bag: John Frohnmeyer “Philosophy and Sport”

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Virtual Brown Bag with John Frohnmeyer. John is a retired attorney currently living in Enterprise. He rows, he skis, and he plays golf, and he has written a book about each, and about the ways that these activities can inform us.

Virtual Brown Bag: Wallowa Songs

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Wallowa Songs, with songwriters Heidi Muller, Kate Power, and Lennie Anderson.