Aug. 27 to Sept. 8: Cowboy Folk Songs Echo Across Southeast Washington
This Week & Next highlights upcoming events and news from Humanities Washington, our many community partners and like-minded organizations around the state.
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THIS WEEK (Aug. 27 to Sept. 1, 2012)SPARK PICK
POMEROY and CLARKSTON – Speakers Bureau’s Bruce and Susan Matley bring their presentation Harnessing the Stories and Songs of Cowboys and Cowgirls to Southeast Washington Tuesday (Aug. 28) for shows in Pomeroy [Details] and Clarkston [Details]. This vibrant musical presentation will bring stories of the hardships and triumphs of frontier settlers to life in these small towns.
THURSDAY (Aug. 30)
SEATTLE – Speakers Bureau’s Lynne Iglitzin, Trailblazing Photojournalist: Margaret Bourke-White [Details].
NEXT WEEK (Sept. 2-8)
THURSDAY (Sept. 6)
MOSES LAKE – Acclaimed naturalist and author Jack Nisbet will present First Impressions: Field Journals From the Central Columbia Basin, with rich, seldom seen paintings, drawings and writings from the travel journals of early white visitors to the Grand Coulee area [Details]. This program is presented with support from a grant from Humanities Washington.
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND – Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken presents a reading at Eagle Harbor Books [Details].
SEATTLE – Town Hall Seattle presents Post-Prison Education Program: Jesse Trentadue: Death, Lies, and Revenge in Federal Custody, sharing the story of Kenneth Trentadue, who died while in custody in Oklahoma, and his family’s subsequent battle to find out the details of his death [Details].