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The Lullaby Project: Making Music at Mary's Place


The Lullaby Project is an intensive Community Connections project from Seattle Symphony in which mothers in challenging circumstances come together with specialized Symphony teaching artists and musicians to write, record, and perform lullabies for their children.

We are honored to have those involved come perform their works at the Northwest Folklife Festival on May 29 in the Center Theater as part of our 2016 Cultural Focus Program, "The Power of the Human Voice through Song."
 
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SAVE THE DATE!
Northwest Folklife PreFest Party is April 21


Featuring:
THE WARREN G. HARDINGS
Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons
Naomi Wachira 
Jacob Miller and the Bridge City Crooners
 
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Become More Involved with the Largest Community-Powered Festival in the Country!


Consider joining the cadre of amazing local businesses that support Northwest Folklife with in-kind donations. Your specialty items can be perfect for Friends of Folklife goody bags, gifts for volunteers, donor drawings and special prizes. For more information like numbers of items needed and deadlines for public acknowledgements, please contact us this month.
 
EMAIL US ABOUT IN-KIND DONATIONS!

GO BEHIND THE SCENES

Ever wondered how the Northwest Folklife Festival is organized and programmed? Or have other questions about particular aspects of the big event? Check out our FAQ to learn more about our ever-evolving Festival. SEE HERE.

Photo by Christopher Nelson.

Volunteer Application Now Open!

Northwest Folklife Festival relies on over 700 volunteers to make your community-powered Festival happen. Volunteers receive access to hospitality, a 2016 festival button, an invitation to the Saturday Night Party, and so much more! Check out the Festival volunteer page to fill out a volunteer application, review volunteer benefits, FAQ’s, and more. For questions, email us here.

We're On Instagram, Are You?

With some many incredible people part of the Northwest Folklife machine, we do our best to showcase all the talent, community groups, news, and Festival memories through our social channels. And, we just so happen to be on Instagram - come find us! #MyFolklife

Triple A Ceili Band Plays Crossroads Bellevue THIS SATURDAY

This Saturday evening, March 19 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Triple A Ceili Band performs traditional Irish dance music; the group is known locally for their Irish Set Dancers who perform with regularity at Mick Kelly's in Burien. Learn more about our FREE Cultural Arts Series here.

Thank you to our festival sponsors!

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, City Arts Magazine, EMP Museum, Classical KING FM, Inn at Queen Anne, KUOW 94.9, The MarQueen Hotel, Renewal by Andersen, Caffe Ladro, Mediterranean Inn, Belltown Inn, Ben & Jerry's of Greenlake, Pacific Continental Bank, Seattle Channel, The Seattle Times, and more.

SAVE THE DATE!

The full 2016 Northwest Folklife Festival schedule is set to be publicly announced on May 2 - NWFolklife.org/Festival.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Have a community event you want listed for Northwest Folklife audiences to see? Awesome! Please, share it on our Community Calendar.

Seattle Center Festál
Seattle’s French Fest: A Celebration of French-Speaking Cultures
March 20, 2016 at Seattle Center
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Office of Arts and Culture's
Musical Theatre Songwriting Challenge
Deadline to apply is April 4, 2016.
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STG Presents in Association with On the Boards
Tanya Tagaq presents Nanook of the North
April 6, 2016 at The Neptune Theatre
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23rd Annual World Rhythm Festival
April 8-10, 2016 at Seattle Center
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SAVE THE DATE! Northwest Folklife's
Seattle Children's Festival
October 9, 2016 at Seattle Center
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Our Sponsors
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