Colorado State University Libraries’ Â??water Tables’ Focuses on Region’s Water History Feb. 9

Colorado State University Libraries is hosting "Water Tables," an evening with experts to benefit the university’s water resources archive. Events begin at 5 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Morgan Library and Lory Student Center on campus.

This year’s theme, "From Water Fights to Water Rights: Groundbreaking Moments in the Greater Colorado Water Story," will focus on pivotal moments in the region’s water history.

The evening begins at 5 p.m. with a reception and tours of the Water Resources Archive in the Morgan Library. Guests will have the opportunity to view photos, documents, maps and other artifacts that reveal Colorado’s water past while talking with a variety of water experts.

Following the tours and reception, guests will be escorted across the plaza to the Lory Student Center ballrooms where water experts, serving as table hosts, will facilitate conversations during dinner.

Table hosts include Diane Hoppe, Dan Luecke, Ray Kogovesk, Brian Werner, Ellen Wohl, Leroy Poff and many others.

Tickets are $125 per person. Reservations and additional information are available at Reservation deadline is Feb. 6.

The event is sponsored by Colorado State University Libraries.