7:00 PM to 9:30 PM - GFCMSU Heritage Hall: 'Globalization, Inequity and Climate Change' - Daniel Spencer, UM Daniel Spencer, professor of environmental studies at the University of Montana, will examine the relationship between inequality, globalization, sustainability and our moral roles as consumers and citizens. He will discuss moral responsibilities of consumers in wealthy, developed nations in the context of globalization, inequality and climate change. Spencer has also become interested in projects around Montana involving community participation in ecological restoration. One of his classes focuses on ethical issues of the restoration of the upper Clark Form River watershed and superfund process. Ticket prices Entire series: $25 Individual lecture: $10 general admission, $5 students Limited seating availableTo purchase tickets Call 406-899-0277 to purchase the entire series. Series tickets also available at Kaufman's Individual lecture tickets available at the door. Location & time Great Falls College MSU, Heritage Hall All lectures are 7:00–9:00 p.m.
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - GFCMSU Heritage Hall: The Great Falls College MSU Dental Hygiene Department and Dental Assisting Program will be hosting a silent auction in Heritage Hall on February 12th from 6 pm to 8 pm. The silent auction will include free beer and wine from Bowser Brewing Co. and Black Eagle Brewery, appetizers and great baskets from many different local businesses. All money raised will go to funding the No Smile Left Behind Community Dental Day on March 5th. No Smile Left Behind Community Dental Day will be an AWESOME day where the doors to the Great Falls College MSU Dental Clinic will be open to the Great Falls public who are in need of dental work such as cleanings, extractions and sealants. All ages are welcome! Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting students, supervised by local dentists and registered Dental Hygienist will be providing the services. Tickets will be sold for $10/ To Purchase call Lyndsey Nicholson at 406-539-7119 or Robin Williams at 406-771-4389.