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.

Brown bags are also offered as live streams to those unable to attend. You can view the live stream link here.

Brown Bag: Project Heartbeat

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

A talk about AEDs and Heart Attacks in the News, by Dick Burch

Artist Brown Bag: Auburn Isaak

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

Auburn’s current work is pulled from the fluidity of the
nature she surrounds herself with, and she is constantly striving to push the
boundaries and dimensions of fluid acrylics and mixed media.