June 25 to July 7: Music On the Palouse Kicks Off Packed Schedule Of Events

Speakers Bureau auditions and presentations, a discussion on art and migration and a performance inspired by Steinbeck round out the calendar.

This Week & Next highlights upcoming events and news from Humanities Washington, our many community partners and like-minded organizations around the state.

Look for the latest edition every Monday morning, or check out our full calendar at Humanities.org.

THIS WEEK (June 25-30, 2012)

Girl Dancing

A young music lover from Malden dances at a Music on the Palouse concert in 2011.

SPARK PICK

The Whitman County Library brings its annual Music on the Palouse concert series to smaller towns throughout Southeast Washington this week. This year, performers Mary Michaelson and Lou Lippman will play an assortment of jazz, blues and swing favorites — songs the community will be able to sing and clap along to. For more about the Music on the Palouse program, which received a Humanities Washington grant, check out this recent Spark In the Field article.

• MONDAY (June 25): Colton [Details], Uniontown [Details] and Garfield [Details]

• TUESDAY (June 26): Palouse [Details], Rosalia [Details] and Albion [Details]

• WEDNESDAY (June 27): Oakesdale [Details], St. John [Details] and Tekoa [Details]

• THURSDAY (June 28): Colfax [Details], Farmington [Details] and Malden [Details]

• FRIDAY (June 29) LaCrosse [Details] and Endicott [Details]

Rebecca Hom

Rebecca Hom


TUESDAY (June 26)

CLARKSTON – Speakers Bureau’s Rebecca Hom, Climbing Gold Mountain, Fum Sahn: Chinese Pioneers in the Western Frontier [Details].

WEDNESDAY (June 27)

SEATTLE – Art, Indigenous Communities, and Migration in the Age of Globalization, a panel discussion from the University of Washington’s Simpson Center for the Humanities [Details].

FRIDAY (June 29)

Sid Peterson

Sid Peterson

SEATTLE – Auditions for Humanities Washington’s 2012-14 Speakers Bureau [Details]

SATURDAY (June 30)

KIRKLAND – Speakers Bureau’s Sid Peterson, Put This on the {Map}: LGBTQ Youth in Washington State [Details].

SEATTLE – Auditions for Humanities Washington’s 2012-14 Speakers Bureau [Details].

NEXT WEEK (July 1-7, 2012)

MONDAY (July 2)

STATEWIDE – The deadline for independent film submissions to KCTS 9’s Reel NW program is today [Details].

Speakers Bureau

Auditions for our 2012-14 Speakers Bureau take place June 29-30 and July 5-7.

THURSDAY (July 5)

SEATTLE – Auditions for Humanities Washington’s 2012-14 Speakers Bureau [Details].

FRIDAY (June 6)

SEATTLE – Auditions for Humanities Washington’s 2012-14 Speakers Bureau [Details].

SATURDAY (July 7)

PORT TOWNSEND – PT Shorts outdoor readings and theater presents In Celebration of the 4th of July: Excerpts from John Steinbeck’s Work. This is a Humanities Washington grant-funded program [Details].

SEATTLE – Auditions for Humanities Washington’s 2012-14 Speakers Bureau conclude [Details].

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