|Voices from the Past |
March 2, 2011
Wednesday - 12:00P.M.
Reading Between the Lines: The Stories Old Buildings Tell Us
Michael Herschensohn, board member of Historic Seattle, examines historic buildings across the state. This presentation is sponsored by Humanities Washington through their state-wide Speakers Bureau.
Reading Between the Lines: The Stories Old Buildings Tell Us is part of the Voices from the Past program addressing topics of interest to the community, now held as brown bag lectures. 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.
Doors open at 11:30 for those wishing to have conversation and lunch prior to the program.
Michael Herschensohn from Humanities Washington on Vimeo.
|Famous Last Words|
Thursday, March 17, 2011 Famous Last Words|
The last violin concertos composed by Corelli, Mozart, Beethoven, and Perlman will be ably performed by Joseph Golan (Lawrence Golan's father and a long-time principal member of the acclaimed Chicago Symphony), accompanied by Anne Schilperoort. John Baule will expound on some of the final contributions made to this Valley by local leaders over the past 125 years.
The cabaret-style evening includes dinner and beverages,
followed by a musical program planned by Museum Director John Baule and Symphony Music Director Lawrence Golan.
Tickets available online or by calling the museum at (509)248-0747
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