DCC is proud to present nationally acclaimed kid’s band Recess Monkey at this year’s Duvall Days Festival!
Recess Monkey at Duvall Days: Saturday June 1st, 1:30pm, Union Bank parking lot, 15305 Main St. Free!
Recess Monkey is the nationally acclaimed trio of elementary school teachers who make music for kids and families that truly rocks. Known for their contagiously exciting live shows, Recess Monkey strikes a balance between kid-centric ideas and musical authenticity. Lyrically, they weave jokes and puns together with universal childhood themes, speaking to both kids and their parents with catchy, melodic songs.
“These kids’ songs are … awesome! … There are bands you can’t go wrong with, and this is one of them.” – USA Today
For information on all of the fun Duvall Days Festivities, please visit: http://duvalldaysfestival.com/
The Duvall Celtic Session has returned. Sessions are now being held the Second Tuesday of every month at the Duvall Grill at 6:30pm. Bring an instrument and join in the fun. All ages are welcome! Free! The Duvall Grill is located at 15602 Main St NE, Duvall, WA. www.duvallgrill.com
Anyone with a love of the arts and community, that lives or works within the Riverview School District is welcome to apply. Our current programs include, SummerStage, Teen SummerStage, Duvall Art Walk, Heritage Festival, and Winter Solstice Concert, as well as working on community event grant and public art policy and recommendations.
For more information and applications visit: Join Us
Duvall Poetry has open mic & a featured reader every first Wednesday at Match Coffee & Wine Bar. Open mic signup starts at 6:00. Open mic at 6:30. Featured reader at 7:00. Bring your poetry, prose or even song, along with a friend to hear you at the mic!
Ana Kobayashi Features October 3rd
XII. Adapt: Dis – member
By Ana Kobayashi
I give you my toe
Which will repair your lungs.
I take your left thumb
since it fits on my right cheekbone.
I pull apart my ribcage,
Trying to make room for your collarbone,
But it won’t fit
On account of your pelvis that is still inside,
Pushing on my diaphragm.
I leave the scattered ribs lying on the ground,
But take the smooth edge of your orbits instead,
And tuck them in my pocket.
I hear my toenails rattle inside your elbow –
You are speaking sign language,
Singing love songs.
@copyright 2012, Ana Kobayashi