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Past Events

3/19/15 DCC Speaker Series with Daniel Winkler                                                             Choice Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest                                                       At the Depot – 26227 NE Stephens St, Duvall,  7:30 PM- 9:00 PMMushroom-poster-web

Daniel will present his stunning pictures of choice Pacific Northwest edible mushrooms
and some images of their toxic look-alikes. He will divulge information on the mushrooms’ favorite hide-outs, their fruiting time and the best ways to enjoy them. Lot’s of scientific information is woven into mushroom lore and offered in well digestible bites. In addition, Daniel will include some photos and stories from his ethno-mycological research in Tibet and from his mushroaming travels in the Amazon, Colombia and the European Alps. www.mushroaming.com


Thursday 2/12/15 DCC Presents Danny O’Mahony Concert

Danny O'MahonyPlaying Traditional Irish Music                           on the  Button Accordion                                       At the Depot – 26227 NE Stephens St, Duvall  at 7:30 PM






1/24/15 Teen Open Mic, Free!                                                                                             At the Duvall Visitor Center from 7:00pm-10:00pm

Teen Open Mic

Teen bands and solo musicians can sign up to play a minimum of three songs. We will provide professional tech with mics, speakers and mixing; you bring your instruments, amps and songs! Sign up in advance by emailing kass.holdeman@duvallwa.gov or call 425-939-8069.

The room will be open at 6:00pm if you want to bring your gear in early. We are not responsible for your gear.

9/27/14  Heritage Festival  11:00 AM-5:00 PM          2014 Heritage Festival

What was life like in the early days of the Snoqualmie Valley? The Heritage Festival at Duvall’s Historical Dougherty Farmstead will be a day of activities, demonstrations, and music from the early 1900’s. There will be fun for all ages with butter churning, hand-crank laundry tub, antique tractors, blacksmithing, and more! The historical farmhouse, bunkhouse, and milk house will all be open. A quilt turning will feature needle work from the era.

The event is free for all ages and presented by The Duvall Historical Society and the Duvall Cultural Commission.

The Historic Dougherty Farmstead is located at 15426 NE Cherry Valley Road in Duvall. Complimentary parking is available at Holy Innocents Catholic Church next door. A drop-off area is located on site for those who need it. A free shuttle will run from the Holy Innocents parking lot to downtown Duvall where the Outdoor Quilt Show is also taking place.  www.duvallhistoricalsociety.org

Entertainment Schedule

        11:30-12:30     The Antone Family, local folk songs  Website
        12:50-  1:50      Home Before Dark, early American classic & novelty tunes
          2:10-  3:10      Tinker’s Dram, square & contra dance music  Website
          3:30-  4:30      Stillwater Hill, traditional and contemporary bluegrass   Website 


 9/6/14  Art & Wine Walk2014 Art Walk

DCC’s Art & Wine Walk is co-produced by Cascade Community Theatre and will include
work by 14 local and regional artists, an exhibit of local artist Mike Ball’s work, a demonstration by artist Dan Cautrell, and a Sandblast slideshow. Live music will be performed  at four locations and five wineries will be featured.

SummerStage Moves to the Trail Side of McCormick Park!

After many requests from the community, and with much contemplation, we are moving SummerStage to the trail (south) side of McCormick Park for the remainder of the season. While we will no longer be adjacent to the beach, we will also no longer have to battle the sand which is very damaging to the sound equipment. You should still be able to hear the music at the beach. There will be plenty of room to spread out and personal canopies can be set up at the outer edges of the concert area. Please continue to keep the following in mind:

  • No overnight camping
  • Only authorized production vehicles are allowed in the park
  • Dogs must be on a leash

Let us know how you like it! We will have surveys at the show. SummerStage is the City of Duvall Cultural Commission’s free summer concert series and Duvall’s premier music event. The family friendly show begins at 7:00 pm.  Click here for the SummerStage lineup

The 2014 SummerStage Line-Up is HERE!

Duvall SummerStage 2014

5/31/14 DCC Kid’s Stage at Duvall Days                              Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies                                          with Brian Vogan and His Good Buddies              1:00 PM in Depot Park

Brian Vogan and his fabulous six piece group the Good Buddies play music that the whole family can enjoy. Brian and his Good Buddies have performed all around the Seattle area, including shows at Bumbershoot, Northwest Folklife, the Northwest Railway Museum, and the Kindiependent concert series.The group has also played numerous benefit concerts for Childhaven and Seattle Children’s Hospital. In 2013, the band released their fourth studio album, Let’s Go! along with a live music video for the song My New Bike.

4/19/14 City of Duvall and Rotary Club of Duvall Present:                                     Benefit Concert for Oso with Austin Jenckes 

Concert Details:
Austin Jenckes solo show
Saturday, April 19, at 7 PM, doors open at 6:30 PM
Riverview School District Educational Service Center, 15510 First Ave. NE Duvall, WA
Tickets: $15 in advance  at www.brownpapertickets.com                                                                    $20 at the door (cash, debit or credit card accepted)
Singer/songwriter Austin Jenckes will play a solo concert in Duvall, WA, to benefit those affected by the March 22 mudslide in Oso. All revenue from ticket sales will go to the North Counties Relief Fund. More information on relief efforts can be found at North Counties’ Relief Fund  http://www.town.darrington.wa.us.                                                                 The concert is made possible by:                                                                                        The Rotary Club of Duvall         Cascade Community Theatre    The City of Duvall and Christopher Watkins, Division President, Diamond Residential Mortgage Corp.          chris.watkins@thedrmc.com     Phone 425.896.7170   Cell 503.804.4379


 4/9/14 Speaker Series - With Lauren Montgomery                                                            The Life of Honeybees       speak post rgb                                            More information HERE              






3/12/14 Speaker Series Concert Quichua                         With Quichua Mashis                                 Traditional Music from the Andes                             Details are Here







2/12/14 Speaker Series Concert                          Foday Musa Suso        with Foday Musa Suso                                     West African Kora payer                                  Details are here

2/5/14 Duvall Poetry with Carolyn Wright

1/8/14 (2nd Wed.) Duvall Poetry                                                                                  RASP Anthology Poets

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RASP is the Redmond Association of Spokenword, which published the book in August 2013. January’s feature will include authors of poetry in Here, There, and Everywhere, a collection of 120 poems by 70 poets who have participated in RASP’s monthly reading series as featured or open-mic readers. Editor Michael Dylan Welch has been curator for RASP readings since 2008.                                               For more information about the anthology, see   http://raspread.com/poetryanthology.html.

12/21/13                                                                                                                             Winter Solstice Concert with singer/songwriter David LaMotte   More info here.

12/4/13 Duvall Poetry                                                                                          Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken 

Wednesday, December 4th, Doors open at 6:30 pm. More info here

Kathleen FlennikenKathleen Flenniken is the Washington State Poet Laureate.   Kathleen is working to bring poetry and poets to all 39 counties before her two-year appointment ends in February 2014.


SummerStage Surprise Encore with Austin Jenckes Solo Show!

Austin JenckesThursday, 10/24, from 8-9 pm, doors open at 7:30                       Riverview Educational Services Center  15510 – 1st Ave, Duvall, No charge, we welcome items for the St. Vincent de Paul food bank in Duvall.                                                                       Austin in “The Voice” Battlerounds


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