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Voices from the Prairie E-news from Humanities Iowa
E-Newsletter January 2011
IN THIS ISSUE:
• latest news
• speakers bureau
• major grant events
• upcoming & ongoing events
• questions and comments
• web links
LATEST NEWS

Voices from the Prairie Publication
Happy New Year!

Humanities Iowa's Voices from
the Prairie Winter 2010 is in
publication. Look for your copy
in the mail or view it online.
Want a copy sent to your
home? Join our mailing list by
contacting our office today.

Be sure to update your links,
as Humanities Iowa's website
has undergone some changes.
SPEAKERS BUREAU

What free entertainment is
happening near YOU? Find out.

Did you miss Iowa Poet Laureate,
Mary Swander in Coralville, last
month? Good news, she is
presenting at the Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center this month!
There will be poetry readings,
discussion, and maybe a banjo
.

Remember the "good ole days"?
Layton Zbornik sure does, and he
has a unique perspective on the
cultural changes brought by the
music of that time. Come enjoy the
great memories
.


All of the above events are free
and open to the public.

MINI & MAJOR GRANT EVENTS:

On Air Radio Reading and
Discussion

Monday - Friday
January 3-31 @ 6:30 PM

KDLS 1310 AM
Perry, IA

Bald Eagle Appreciation Days
January 14-16
River City Mall
300 Main St
Keokuk, IA 52632

23rd Annual Martin Luther
King Jr. Celebration

January 16 @ 3PM
Clinton Community College Auditorium
1000 Lincoln Blvd
Clinton, IA 52732

Urban Youth in China
Exhibit

January 17-31
Cowles Library, Drake University
2507 University Ave
Des Moines, Iowa 50311


All of the above events are
free and open to the public.


UPCOMING & ONGOING
HI-SPONSORED EVENTS


Web Videos

Paul's Face Small

The UNESCO City of
Literature
has partnered
with Humanities Iowa for
On the Fly, a series of web video interviews with great
American writers connected
to Iowa. The videos are
available on our website
and on YouTube.

Paul Ingram's Face

Looking for something to
do during Iowa's long
winter? Paul Ingram returns
for some more book
suggestions
that are sure
to keep you busy until
spring.

All of the above events are
free and open to the public.

QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

If you have any questions or
comments about this e-newsletter,
contact us or send us an email.
WEB LINKS

• Humanities Iowa
• National Endowment for the Humanities
• Follow Humanities Iowa on Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.

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