It is through conversation that communities thrive. These programs are intended to bring conversation back into our modern lives – welcome to the afternoon
Inspired by the 16th Century European movement, the "salon" was an informal intellectual gathering popular through the late 19th Century. Today's salons take many forms, from formal lectures to informal get-togethers at friends' homes.
These programs will draw on local speakers who want to share what they are passionate about. Our 21st Century version of the salon is a venue where local ideas matter.
Join the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center in the Civic Center Auditorium for select 1st Wednesday's throughout the year.
Interested in becoming an afternoon speaker? Please email Jenni Shelton. The museum offers a $100 honorarium. Please no sales presentations.
Programs begin at 3pm.
Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau: Harriet Baskas -- Washington on Wheels: Odd & Innovative Transportation Ideas from the Pacific Northwest.
Dan Bolyard: The Great Northern Mainline through Central Washington
Allison Palumbo: What doesn't Kill Her Makes Her Stronger: When empowering fantasies employ the realities of female vulnerability
Mick Qualls: The Ancient People of Central
Hank Cramer: Our Songs, Our Stories: Folk Music of the Pacific Northwest