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April

2012

Announcing the Folklife Preview Party – May 3 at the Tractor Tavern

*Poster design by Chad Lundberg* Join us for a Northwest Folklife Festival sneak peek at the Tractor Tavern! Special guests from this year’s Indie Roots Stage will help us launch the 2012 Festival schedule, which goes live on our website the same day. Come dance and enjoy the music of Denver, Big Sur and The Annie Ford Band. Two-Step lessons by Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn. Tickets $10 / Available at the door Advance tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=4480825&pl=tractor RSVP …

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March

2012

Folklife’s Blog is On the Move!

We’ve recently revamped the Northwest Folklife website, and will now be blogging over there! The Folklife Beat is place where you can get all the information and behind-the-scenes access for the programs and events we produce all year. We’ll post details about the ways Folklife intersects with the community, and announce ways that you can participate in the many ethnic and cultural arts events that take place in the Northwest. As we get closer to the annual Northwest Folklife Festival, happening …

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08

March

2012

NFDI Benefit for Folklife!

NFDI International Folkdance to Benefit NW Folklife Presented by Northwest Folkdancers Inc., in cooperation with Sno-King Folkdancers Cedar Valley Grange 20526 52nd Ave W., Lynnwood, WA Suggested donation $10, or become a Friend of Folklife Please bring finger-foods or potluck snacks; Ethnic costumes encouraged

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08

March

2012

Volunteer at the 2012 Folklife Festival

Looking for a way to learn more about Folklife, meet some festival regulars, and make new friends? VOLUNTEER! Volunteers are an essential part of the Northwest Folklife Festival! Every year, nearly 800 volunteers staff our entrances, information booths, registration and more to make sure we have the most welcoming community arts festival in the city. Northwest Folklife depends on volunteers to make the Festival happen. Need community service hours? Certificates can be issued to document service. …

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06

March

2012

The latest Northwest Stories: All Ages Music & Arts ready for viewing

Northwest Storiesis a series of eight videos exploring communities that have long been a part of the annual Northwest Folklife Festival. What happens when thousands of music lovers in a musician’s Mecca can’t go to shows? Seattle and Olympia recount the birth of their famous all-ages scenes. The latest Northwest Stories installment explores this question, featuring interviews with The Vera Project and The Olympia All Ages Project, with music from Meowtain, Tender Forever, The Hive …

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February

2012

Mark Your Calendar for a Folklife Fundraiser!

Put on by our good friends Northwest Folkdancers Inc. and Sno-King Folkdancers:

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