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Voices from the Prairie E-news from Humanities Iowa
E-Newsletter November 2009
• latest news
• speakers bureau
• upcoming & ongoing events
• mini grants
• questions and comments
• web links

2010 Major Grants: This month, Humanities Iowa Board
members will meet to discuss and award major grants for
the first grant cycle of 2010. The second major grants cycle
will be awarded in June 2010. The major grants for the
second cycle grants of 2009 totaled over $160,000.

What free entertainment is
happening near YOU? Find out.

Lewis and Clark, the famous explorers
were successful thanks to a man by
the name of George Drouillard. His
story, fully costumed and
accompanied by a French accent, is
told by Darrel Draper. Join Drouillard in the exciting adventures of the Lewis
and Clark

Iowa's veterans of the 19th and 20th
century, as Michael Vogt knows,
have left behind various materials to
share their stories. What was life like
as a solder in the eyes of these men?
Vogt provides such a view with his
presentation on Solder Voices: The
Iowa National Guard and the Spanish-
American War
and Camp Dodge:
Home Away From Home, 1917-1918
. Come experience the life of Iowa's

How difficult is it to translate a poem
from one language to another? Ask
Danuta Hutchins. She serves as a
poet and will often translate poems,
but has humorous commentaries in
the translations of Slavic poems
including the idiomatic and cultural
differences between the original and
English translation. Laugh out loud as
Hutchins offers a very personal
vantage point.


•$3,000 to the Scott County
Reads program. The
program will be available...

•$2,670 Spencer Area Arts
Council for the Fall Festival
of Written Word. The
Festival begins...

•$500 to Clinton YMCA
for 22nd Annual Martin
Luther King Jr. Celebration
The event will occur...

•$1,745 to the Oskaloosa
Chautauqua Lecture Series.
The Chautauqua will be

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


Library Reading and
Discussion Series:

"Confessions of a Bibliofile"
James Kennedy Public Library Dyersville
Nov. 19th
Dec. 3rd
Dec. 17th
Phone 563.875.8912


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