n Renowned military historian Dr. Timothy Mucklow, formerly with the National Security Agency, will offer a free lecture on cryptography today at 6 p.m., in Room 104 of Idaho State University’s College of Business building.
n Spinning Spuds Square Dance Club in Idaho Falls to host new classes, mainstream and plus with rounds today at 7 p.m. at Crosspoint Community Church, 1900 Grandview Drive. For more information, call Steve at 237-3609.
n Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University 9 week class held Wednesday’s from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. will be Wednesday. Classes at Bingham Specialty Plaza 2nd floor classroom. Price: $93 for a lifetime membership. Signup at: www.daveramsey.com/fpu/classes/1044764 For more information, call Rob Weis at (208) 680-9868.
n Former Idaho Attorney General Jim Jones will conduct speaking and book-signing events in Idaho Falls and Pocatello on Wednesday and Thursday. Jones will recount the historic Swan Falls water fight between the State of Idaho and Idaho Power Company in 1983-1985 and how the resulting settlement agreement established Idaho’s current water policy. Jones’ schedule includes the following: Presentation to the Idaho Falls Rotary Club at noon on Wednesday at the Shilo Inn. Jones will recognized the significant contributions of water lawyer Ray Rigby of Rexburg to a successful resolution of the water fight. And from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Idaho Falls Barnes & Noble Store. Jones will sign copies of his book about the Swan Falls conflict, A Little Dam Problem. Presentation to the Pocatello Rotary Club at noon on Thursday at the Clarion Inn. Jones will sign copies of his book at the conclusion of the meeting at 1 p.m. Jim Jones can be contacted at (208)513-4185.