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Beyond the Frame: Music and Storytelling with Gary Stroutsos

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Leavenworth Library
Main Area
Join us at the library after school for an engaging program of music, storytelling and video featuring internationally renowned musician Gary Stroutsos on the Native American flute.  Fun for the whole family.

NCRL is proud to join community partners to bring Beyond the Frame to North Central Washington. This program is a a part of the broader Beyond the Frame initiative.
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Beyond the Frame: Music and Storytelling with Gary Stroutsos

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Wenatchee Library
Periodical Room
Internationally renown flutist, Gary Stroutsis is known for his haunting work on the Native American flute and is dedicated to preserving Native American music and culture. 

Join us for a multi-media presentation, storytelling, and musical performance for the whole family. 

NCRL is proud to join community partners to bring Beyond the Frame to North Central Washington. This program is a a part of the broader Beyond the Frame initiative.
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Beyond the Frame: Music and Storytelling with Gary Stroutsos

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Ephrata Library
Main Room
Internationally renown flutist, Gary Stroutsis is known for his haunting work on the Native American flute and is dedicated to preserving Native American music and culture. 

Join us for a multi-media presentation, storytelling, and musical performance for the whole family. 

NCRL is proud to join community partners to bring Beyond the Frame to North Central Washington. This program is a a part of the broader Beyond the Frame initiative.
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Book-It Theatre Presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Ephrata Library
Children's Section
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza by Juan Felipe Herrera. A live theatrical performance in Spanish and English! 

When Juan and his family move to a big city, his whole world feels upside down. He doesn't speak English, he doesn't understand the rules to recess, and whenever he tries to speak, his tongue feels like heavy rocks. But with the help of music, poetry, and an encouraging teacher, Juan finds his voice and footing in this upside down world that he soon considers his home.
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Book-It Theatre Presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Waterville Library
Main Area
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza by Juan Felipe Herrera. A live theatrical performance in Spanish and English! 

When Juan and his family move to a big city, his whole world feels upside down. He doesn't speak English, he doesn't understand the rules to recess, and whenever he tries to speak, his tongue feels like heavy rocks. But with the help of music, poetry, and an encouraging teacher, Juan finds his voice and footing in this upside down world that he soon considers his home.
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Book-It Theatre Presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Okanogan Library
Main Area
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza by Juan Felipe Herrera. A live theatrical performance in Spanish and English! 

When Juan and his family move to a big city, his whole world feels upside down. He doesn't speak English, he doesn't understand the rules to recess, and whenever he tries to speak, his tongue feels like heavy rocks. But with the help of music, poetry, and an encouraging teacher, Juan finds his voice and footing in this upside down world that he soon considers his home.
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Book-It Theatre Presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Tonasket Library
City Hall
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents: The Upside Down Boy/ El Niño de Cabeza by Juan Felipe Herrera. A live theatrical performance in Spanish and English! 

When Juan and his family move to a big city, his whole world feels upside down. He doesn't speak English, he doesn't understand the rules to recess, and whenever he tries to speak, his tongue feels like heavy rocks. But with the help of music, poetry, and an encouraging teacher, Juan finds his voice and footing in this upside down world that he soon considers his home.
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