From the Library's web site: Join us throughout the city the summer for free programs that celebrate the human brain and raise awareness of the benefits of brain research.
The Human Brain: a three-part Lecture Series
From Development to Disease
4 p.m. Saturday, June 30 at the Central Library
http://www.spl.org/calendar-of-events#/?i=5 (spl doesn't seem to support linking directly events, but you can click on the date and see it)
Level 1, Microsoft Auditorium
Discover how the human brain builds itself in this workshop for adults.
2 p.m. Saturday, July 21 at the West Seattle Branch
Discover your extraordinary senses, find out how to fool them, then learn how senses interact with each other to create your reality.
Human Brains and Computer Interfaces: The Future of Rehabilitation Medicine?
2 p.m. Saturday, August 11 at the Northeast Branch
Learn how your brain is (and isn't) like a computer, and about the technologies being developed to mimic your brain functions or interface with it directly.
For more information about our summer lecture series on the human brain, visit the Library's Calendar of Events.
A pre-meeting lunch would probably be a good idea, if anyone wants to suggest a restaurant nearby.