| Voices from the Past|
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 - 12:00P.M
(Encore performance at 2:00P.M.)
Within the Silence
A program by Living Voices that follows a teenage girl growing up in Seattle's "Nihonmachi" (Japantown) and her family's relocation to a new camp in Idaho called Minidoka.
Voices from the Past programs addres topics of interest to the community are now a brown bag lecture series. Admission to all Voices from the Past programs is free and available to everyone. This year, bring your lunch and spend an hour with history. Soft drinks and water will be available.
For more information, visit our website.
| Thursday, February 3, 2011 |
Some of the world's best music was composed by Donizetti, Handel, Mahler, Schumann, and Beethoven-all of whom were hotheads and often considered quite mad. Even Cole Porter, Stephen Foster, and George Gershwin had tempers and could act like madmen. Lawrence will join Ross Hauck, Anne Schilperoort, and Kara Hunnicutt in performing selections from these composers. And television's "Mad Men" inspired David, who will relate some of the best local marketing ploys of early Yakima Valley advertisers.
6:00 Supper & Drinks
7:00 Musical Program
Tickets are $35. For more information and to buy tickets online, visit our website.
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