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Showcase Yakima is a monthly television show on KYVE 47, hosted by Thane Phelan, which looks at economic development projects that positively impact the Yakima Valley community. Thane is the Communications and Events Director at the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce.
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| Banquet of Culinary Curiosities|
| Your presence is requested at a most glorious and unusual Banquet of Culinary Curiosities|
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Appetizers & Wine 6-7pm
$150 per person
(price includes a $100 tax-deductible gift to the Museum Exhibitions Program.)
|Diversions Update |
February 16, 2012 (Thursday)
Newman, Ott & Tom Sawyer
Award-winning composer and violinist Maria Newman (daughter of nine-time Academy Award winner Alfred Newman) has composed original scores for vintage silent films, including Tom Sawyer (1917). Enjoy a special screening of Tom Sawyer, accompanied by Hal Ott, principal flutist with the Yakima Symphony, and Maria Newman.
Tangletown Trio, originally scheduled for January 19, has been rescheduld to April 5
. For more information about the Diversions
series, and to buy tickets visit our website
| Voices from the Past|
|Voices from the Past presents lecturers and performers addressing topics of interest to the community. Admission to all Voices from the Past programs is free and available to everyone. This year, spend an hour with history-bring your lunch and join us at the museum for brown bag lectures. Soft drinks and water will be available. Doors open at 11:30A.M. for conversation and lunch; the program begins at noon.
February 15, 2012 (Wednesday) The Trans-Siberian Railway. John Baule, Director of the Yakima Valley Museum, will speak about the recent museum trip to Russia.
For more Voices from the Past programs, visit our website.
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