Grants for little-known Washington stories, Prime Time Family Reading opens for applications, and new travel stipends for Speakers Bureau presenters are some of our new offerings for 2015.
Since 1995, Humanities Washington’s reading program has expanded to distribute more than 118,000 books into the hands of parents and kids across Washington State.
Across the state, people are coming together to celebrate stories, foster conversation and build relationships. Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler shares how those connections could not happen without you.
In honor of Humanities Washington’s 40th Anniversary, Executive Director Julie Ziegler announces three new programs to foster civic action and support the lifelong pursuit of knowledge: 40 Years of Washington Stories, Prime Time Family Reading expansion and the Washington Stories Fund.
Families come together to discuss humanities questions, foster a love of literature with the Prime Time Family Reading program.
Turmoil in the federal government has Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler thinking: What sort of state do we want today’s children to inherit?
Throughout 2013, Humanities Washington is expanding Prime Time Family Reading to public libraries around the state. Spring programs recently wrapped up at the Shoreline Library in King County and the Shadle Library in Spokane. Photographers were on hand to capture sessions at both locations.
Across Washington, children who haven’t mastered reading are falling behind. Prime Time Family Reading can help these kids catch up – but they need your help! The deadline for our Spring Appeal has been extended until Wednesday (May 22).