Listen to selections from oral histories gathered by Harbor area students come to life through readings and narrator panels. Through these voices we will explore what draws us to this place, what helps us persevere during times of struggle, and what cultivates our sense of belonging to the area known as “The Harbor.”
Voices from the Harbor is an event series produced with funding from Humanities Washington. This is the first in a series of three events.
Origins. Remnants. Renaissance. Peel back the layers of meaning of places and spaces of special significance to the Harbor region’s identity along a self-guided tour. Then, join us for a reception at the Polson Museum with local historians and discussions of insights and perspectives sparked by the tour. Tour guides and information will be available on April 29 beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Hoquiam Library.
Voices from the Harbor is an event series produced with funding from Humanities Washington. Layers of Meaning: Experiencing the Built Environment is the second event in a three part series.
Engage in conversation and problem-solving around contemporary issues relating to housing and homelessness in the Harbor region. Attendees will hear from a panel, engage in small group discussion, and leave with personal action steps they can take to strengthen their community.
Voices from the Harbor is an event series produced with funding from Humanities Washington. What Makes Communities Work is the third event in the three-part series.