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February 2021

Destiny City Film Festival

February 26 - March 7

Destiny City Film Festival (DCFF) will present its eighth edition from February 26 to March 7, 2021 in a hybrid format featuring virtual screenings and limited in-person events. In addition to 10 days of film screenings, the Festival, funded by Tacoma Creates, will feature informative and entertaining panels and workshops curated by the DCFF Advisory Board. Founded in 2014, the Destiny City Film Festival is a homegrown, true-Tacoma community event, inspired by our city's nickname - The City of Destiny… Continue Reading Destiny City Film Festival

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That’s a “Wrap”

February 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Youtube, online BC V5Z 2T1 Canada + Google Map
Free

Join the Symphony Tacoma Horn Quartet for a showcase of the many moods of the French horn, from majestic to melancholy. Viewable on the Symphony Tacoma Youtube Page. Selections include: Carl Maria von Weber, Der Freischütz Fantasie-Quartet Constantin Homilius, Horn Quartet in B-flat major, op. 38 Nikolai Tcherepnine, Six Pieces for Horn Quartet Gina Gillie, Horn Quartet No. 1 Kerry Turner, Fanfare for Barcs Daniel Partridge, principal horn Sandon Lohr, assistant principal horn David McBride, third horn Larry Vevig, fourth… Continue Reading That’s a “Wrap”

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March 2021

Demystifying COVID-19: Hindsight is 2020

March 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
ZOOM, https://zoom.us/j/990520397 
Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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Free

We’ve learned a lot over this past year, but let’s start with the basics—is it a cold or COVID? If we’re being honest, it’s a question each of us has probably asked ourselves at least once since the pandemic began. During our inaugural COVID-19 seminar series talk, we’ll discuss the differences in symptoms between a cold, the flu, or COVID-19, in addition to the larger scientific story of COVID-19. What are the dangers, really? What lessons have we learned over… Continue Reading Demystifying COVID-19: Hindsight is 2020

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Talk on Evaluating the Role of Soil Microbes in Ecological Restorations

March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

Join the Columbia Basin Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society in learning about this cutting edge and important topic. Dr. Tanya Cheeke, WSU Tri-Cities will tell us what her research is discovering. Because native prairie soils are highly fertile, most grasslands, including the Palouse prairie of Eastern Washington, have been converted to agriculture, leading to a reduction of biodiversity and function of these landscapes. Although conservation efforts to protect prairie remnants are increasing, conservation alone will not be able… Continue Reading Talk on Evaluating the Role of Soil Microbes in Ecological Restorations

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Wednesday Night Jazz Jams

March 3 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

Looking for some entertainment to fill your Wednesday nights? Every week on Wednesday from 8pm-11pm, The Emerald of Siam offers an open-mic style, Jazz music experience, open to anyone, and no entry fee! We also offer a delicious, late night menu during the event, featuring customer favorites such as Emerald Butterflies, our Pahd Thai, and plenty of different curry bowl options. The bar is available with ID. Every Wednesday night, 8pm-11pm @ The Emerald of Siam in Richland, WA All… Continue Reading Wednesday Night Jazz Jams

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March 6th Winter Market

March 6 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
1912 Center, 412 E 3rd St.
Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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Free

Heart of the Arts, Inc., managers of the 1912 Center in Moscow, invite you to attend the last market of the 16th season of Winter Markets! This market will feature 30 vendors spread out into 4 rooms inside the 1912 Center as well as on the Plaza out front. This is your chance to see the newly opened second floor spaces as well as vendors will be selling upstairs! Friends of the Library will also have a book room on… Continue Reading March 6th Winter Market

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Virtual ArtBites: On Curating Esther

March 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$12

Access via Zoom • Requires active internet connection $12/ticket • Tickets are limited Purchase tickets online at http://www.pafac.org/artbites-on-curating-esther.html We think of ArtBites as an intense little appetizer: the perfect bite-sized pop of inspiration to invigorate your senses and leave you wanting more. It all starts with a group of experienced panelists who bring nuanced perspectives and unique insights into the topic at hand. Their memorable stories and sharp observations will form the backbone of our discussion, but we love to… Continue Reading Virtual ArtBites: On Curating Esther

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La Nef & Chor Leoni present Shanties!

March 6 @ 5:00 pm - March 14 @ 11:30 pm
Youtube, online BC V5Z 2T1 Canada + Google Map
Free

Montreal’s acclaimed La Nef and Vancouver’s JUNO-nominated Chor Leoni combine for Shanties! a FREE digital concert (donations welcome!) premiering March 6th (5pm PST) and available thereafter until March 14th. Led by shanty master Seán Dagher, Shanties! is a rollicking concert of sea shanties, haunting laments, and exhilarating sea songs. Complete with opportunities to sing along, Shanties! is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the sea shanties craze from the safety of your own home. RSVP now; the viewing link will be… Continue Reading La Nef & Chor Leoni present Shanties!

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Mini Maestros: Fiddler on the Hoof

March 7 @ 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Online, 1101 Virtual
Toronto, ON M4M 1L4 Canada
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Free

Symphony Tacoma is pleased to bring Mini Maestros to its YouTube channel. Fiddler on the Hoof features the “Cowpie String Quintet” for an inside look into the string family with some good ol’ fashioned, toe-tappin’ fiddle tunes including Copland’s Hoe-down and Rossini’s William Tell Overture (the Lone Ranger theme). Mini Maestros is designed especially for children ages 2-8 and their families. Each concert highlights a different family of orchestra instruments with curriculum prepared by Early Childhood Learning experts. Educator and… Continue Reading Mini Maestros: Fiddler on the Hoof

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Demystifying COVID-19: What Do Bats Have to Do with It?

March 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
ZOOM, https://zoom.us/j/990520397 
Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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Free

Bats, pangolins, and humans—oh my! This talk will explore the role wild animals play in the emergence of new diseases-- including how they spread, what symptoms they produce in humans, how their origins influence their evolution, and more. You will leave with a better understanding of coronaviruses prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, currently, and what we can prepare for in the future. Register here: https://pnnl.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_6Xs9wD9yTWaCWWK0kOf7jw Presented by Amy Sims

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