Arts in brief for Friday, March 13.
Suffragettes come to life at CBC Lecture Series
Soldiers in Petticoats: The Struggle of the Suffragettes is the topic of discussion at the next Community Lecture Series, which starts at 7 p.m. in the Hawk Union Building at Columbia Basin College in Pasco.
The event is sponsored by the Franklin County Historical Museum and the Soroptomist International Club of Pasco/Kennewick. Admission is free.
Never miss a local story.
Tames Alan, decked out in vintage clothing of the 1800s, will tell the story of women who struggled for equality and the passage of the 14th amendment.
The audience will learn how American women adopted the militant tactics of their English sister suffragettes and earned the right to vote, gaining a freedom of citizenship they never had before. But winning the right to vote wasn't the only thing the suffragettes fought for. The lecture also will provide insight to how these women influenced child labor laws among other victories.
WSU Tri-Cities to show indie films March 13
The Independent Films from the Seattle Film Festival will be shown March 13 at Washington State University Tri-Cities in Richland. The free viewing starts at 7 p.m. in Room 216 in the Consolidated Information Center, 2770 University Drive.
Elite dance group to hold workshop March 20
Eastern Washington Elite Dance organization will hold a kids dance workshop from noon to 4 p.m. March 20 at Elite Cheer & Dance Center, 8382 Gage Blvd., Suite N.
The $35 workshop is open to ages 5 and older. Call 783-5700.
Folk music concert set March 13 in Richland
Anderson, Peden & Friends performs a folk music concert at the Three Rivers Folklife Society's Coffeehouse starting at 7:30 p.m. March 13 at All Saints Episcopal Church, 1322 Kimball Ave., Richland. Tickets are $6-$8 at the door.
Kamiakin High raising money for senior party
Kamiakin High School's parent committee for the senior class graduation party will hold a fundraiser from 7 to 10 p.m. March 13 at the Red Lion Hotel Columbia Center in Kennewick.
Festivities include live and silent auctions, wine tasting, hors d'oeuvres and live music. Admission is $25. The event is for the 21 and older crowd only.
Items up for bid include photo sessions, gift baskets, a 2005 Mercedes Benz, golf and vacation packages, cabin rentals, hotel room stays and Tri-City Fever football tickets.
Proceeds will help fund the Kamiakin senior graduation party. Tickets are available at the Kennewick Bookworm store or at the door.
Folk dancer to speak at Sons of Norway meeting
Gretchen Makinson, a member of the International Folk Dancers of Richland, is the featured speaker at the next Sons of Norway meeting March 20 at Kennewick First Lutheran Church, at Highway 395 and Yelm Street.
Makinson visited Norway recently and became interested in Norwegian folk dance, customs and music during that trip and will talk about those topics during the program. There is no charge and the public is invited.
Whitworth orchestra plans Richland concert
The Whitworth Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert, titled Symphonic Inspirations, at 7:30 p.m. March 20 at Hanford High School, 450 Hanford St., Richland.
The program includes Haydn's Symphony No. 100, more familiarly known as Military Symphony. Other selections include Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances and Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Haydn. Admission is free.
Tickets for big summer concerts going on sale
Concert tickets to the Dave Matthews Band, Nickelback, No Doubt and Rod Stewart go on sale March 13-14.
Matthews performs, along with G. Love & the Special Sauce and Yonder Mountain String Band on Sept. 4-6 at The Gorge Amphitheater at George. Tickets are $48-$70 plus service charges and go on sale March 13.
Nickelback with Hinder and Papa Roach perform at The Gorge on Aug. 29. Tickets are $50 plus services charges and go on sale March 14.
No Doubt performs with Paramore and The Sounds on July 19 at White River Amphitheater, near Tacoma off Highway 164. Tickets are $10-$80 plus service charges and are on sale March 13.
Tickets are available at www.livenation.com and www.ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000.
Deadline to nominate young musicians nears
Local instrumental and voice teachers have until March 27 to nominate their students for the annual Young Musicians of Distinction concert, sponsored by the Camerata Musica organization.
Students who have two or more awards or recognitions during the past year are eligible.
The concert is scheduled for May 3 at the Battelle Auditorium. For a nomination form, go to www.cameratamusica.com or call Bev Mayhew at 628-0775.