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SummerStage summer concert series. Directions to McCormick Park
5/18/16 Speaker Series: Choice Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest with Daniel Winkler
Last year, mushroom expert Daniel Winkler talked to us about finding mushrooms in the Pacific Northwest and about his mushroaming adventures. Unfortunately, we had a technical miscommunication and Daniel was not able to show his photos, which are a dynamic part of his presentation. We promised he would be back, so here he is! www.mushroaming.com
Wednesday, May 17th from 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Duvall Visitor Center 15619 Main St NE. All ages are welcome, no charge, but donations are welcome!
3/30/16 Speaker Series: How, Now, Brown Cow? How to Raise a Milk Cow with Rick Heslinga
Rick is an FFA and 4H member who began doing barn chores and milking cows at the age of three at Cherry Valley Dairy. Since then, young Rick has done it all from raising chickens in the backyard to owning dairy herd Brown Swiss, Jersey, and Holstein cows/heifers and shows dairy cows, pigeons, and ducks. He enjoys selling cheese and butter at the Farmers Market.
Wednesday, March 30th from 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Duvall Visitor Center 15619 Main St NE. All ages are welcome, no charge, but donations are welcome!
11/4/15 Duvall Poetry at the Duvall Library at 7:00 PM, no charge.
Guest reader is Wren Thompson-Wynn, a poet, teacher, and artist who lives in Washington with her poetess-wife and their five amazing kids. Many of wren’s original paintings are in private collections as well as businesses in Texas and have been included in a gallery show in Dallas. Her small-print art chapbook, Chrysalis, combines her poetry with her art. She is currently working on her Master’s and first full-length manuscript.
2/17/16 Speaker Series: Historical Songs and Stories with Bob Antone
Snoqualmie Valley musician, artist, and woodcarver Bob Antone will delight us with folk songs such as “Stump Rancher” and “Paddle to Seattle” and will be telling tales for all ages from our beloved Snoqualmie Valley and Washington State. Bob will be playing fiddle, guitar, Native American drum, Irish drum, and musical saw! Bob has performed at Duvall’s Heritage Festival and at Seattle’s Northwest Folklife Festival as well as countless art walks, galleries, and places where folk gather.
Wednesday, 2/17/16 at 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Duvall Visitor Center 15619 Main St NE. Performance is all ages and is no charge, but donations are welcome!
9/26/15 Heritage Festival Saturday, from 11-4
9/12/15 – Duvall Art &Wine Walk
To celebrate 15 years of spectacular performances, we bring you the SummerStage Beer & Wine Garden (hosted by Rotary Club of Duvall) and weekly Food Truck!
SummerStage Thanks Our Sponsors!
6/6/15 – Duvall Days The DCC Stage presents dance band Fastlane At the Parade Grandstand from 12:00-1:30 PM on Main St.
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 PM
Thursday 2/12/15 DCC Presents Danny O’Mahony Concert Playing Traditional Irish Music on the Button Accordion At the Depot – 26227 NE Stephens St, Duvall, 7:30 PM
1/24/15 Teen Open Mic, Free! At the Duvall Visitor Center from 7:00pm-10:00pm
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
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.
9/6/14 Art & Wine 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.
The 2014 SummerStage Line-Up is HERE!
5/31/14 DCC Kid’s Stage at Duvall Days with Brian Vogan and His Good Buddies 1:00 PM in Depot Park
4/19/14 City of Duvall and Rotary Club of Duvall Present: Benefit Concert for Oso with Austin Jenckes
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. email@example.com Phone 425.896.7170 Cell 503.804.4379
4/9/14 Speaker Series – With Lauren Montgomery, The Life of Honeybees More information HERE
3/12/14 Speaker Series Concert With Quichua Mashis Traditional Music from the Andes Details are here
2/12/14 Speaker Series Concert with Foday Musa Suso West African Kora player Details are here
2/5/14 Duvall Poetry with Carolyn Wright
1/8/14 (2nd Wed.) Duvall Poetry RASP Anthology Poets
The Duvall Cultural Commission is a City of Duvall, seven to nine member commission. We offer programs and events in all forms of art, music, culture and heritage and make recommendations to the City regarding public art policy. © 2012 All Rights Reserved.