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You're invited to the museums Diverions: Evenings of History and Music series!
Diversions returns in 2014 for its 15th season, and it was decided to celebrate 15 years of music and history with presentations that tell how music has played a role in specific historical events.

We are excited to offer the traditional three programs-plus a bonus USO production organized by Dr. Scott Peterson and the Yakima Symphony Chorus.

Reserve your tickets soon for any or all of these four evenings featuring, as always, historical commentary, a buffet dinner, the full-service availability of beverages, and music in the Museum's Neon Garden.

Historical Storytelling in Popular Music
Thursday, January 23
Words & Music of the Civil Rights Movement
Thursday, February 27
A USO Show!
Saturday, March 8
Music of Survival
Thursday, March 20

To purchase tickets on our website click here.

Take a look at our other Winter Programs! 

Old Movies on the Big Screen
  • Thursday, February 6- Harvey 
  • Thursday, March 6-          Dial M. for Murder 
  • Thursday, April 10-       North by Northwest 
Voices From the Past
  • Wednesday, January 29- Washington History and Historical Fiction
  • Wednesday, February - Slavery in the Northwest: The Charles Mitchell Story
  • Wednesday, March 5- My Hanford: A Personal History

Visit yakimavalleymuseum.org for more information.   


To access our full Winter 2014 newsletter in PDF format, download it here.   

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