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  1. Come, Learn the Ukulele!

    January 25, 2020, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Main Library

    The library hosts an all-ages “ukulele party” on Saturday January 25, 2020 at both branches of the Everett Public Library. The Evergreen Branch (9512 Evergreen Way) party commences at 10:30am; the program repeats at 2:30pm at the Main Library (2702 Hoyt Avenue). There is no charge to attend. Twenty five ukuleles will be provided, but by all means bring your own if you have one. The ukulele is a wonderful instrument to learn on; it’s small and unintimidating, and its four nylon strings are easy on the fingers. It’s also portable, satisfying, and a ton of fun! These workshops/parties are conducted by Aaron Canwell of the band Micah and Me, based in St. Helens, OR, near Portland. The group has become a Pacific Northwest staple, playing at fairs, festivals, and museums region-wide. Canwell will take a progressive approach, beginning with carefully chosen one-chord songs and ending with a possibly five- or six-chord song, depending on the class.

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  2. Here's to the Women! Songs, Stories, and Images by Linda Allen

    January 26, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Main Library

    Linda Allen presents a musical tribute to the 100th anniversary of suffrage for women. The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1920, finally achieved suffrage for women. In the 19th century, the common sense of the day said that women were too delicate to participate in public affairs. Their proper role was to nurture children and obey their husbands. Suffragists saw the freedom to vote as a crucial step to full equality with men. Linda Allen introduces some of the women whose stories made the difference in the forty-year-long suffrage struggle. Dr. Linda Allen is a songwriter, performer, and educator. She has worked with numerous organizations to promote women’s history, including the Washington Centennial Commission, the Washington Women’s Heritage Project, the Inquiring Minds program of Humanites Washington, and the Washington Women’s History Consortium.

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