Join us tonight Cougar Island~ Heritage and Future with the Payette Land Trust and United Payette
6:00 - 7:15 pm
McCall Donnelly High School Commons
We don't have a lot of recorded history on Cougar Island. What we do have are stories. These create a legacy and history that matters.
Join us first for stories from author and herbalist Darcy Williamson. While we won't take time for more tales tonight, we invite you to share your stories about the island with others, and ask to hear theirs.
This will followed by a review of future possibilities with Craig Utter of the Payette Land Trust. Get accurate information and answers.
A Huge Thank You for all your support for our inaugural summer arts camp, Under the Pines. Sixty local children participated, producing two plays, art projects, and countless memories~ weaving their own heritage and history.
We are committed to providing access to the arts for children and affordable events for everyone. We also believe in paying artists and scholars and actively promote this ethic with other local and regional arts organizations. Need-based partial scholarships are available for most classes upon request. Please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are grateful for your continued presence and support.
To All Things Bold and Imaginative, Dawn Kolden, Children's Programs Director
Trinity Nash, Development and Communications
Board of Directors~ Ellen Ganz, Renée Silvus, Anissa Rooney, Julie Ronnow,
and CMarie Fuhrman
Contributing to MAHC
We are only able to do what we do through the generosity of our community. Even $5 a month makes a costume, script, book, or stash of supplies.