Welcome to the Grant County Event Calendar. Going to be in Grant County in the next few months? Check out our calendar below and make plans to attend one of our fun events. There’s almost always something going on in Grant County.
The New Old Time Chautauqua, on its 2018 Washington State Parks Tour, brings Juggling, Music, and Magic to Coulee City on Sunday, June 17
The New Old Time Chautauqua, a nonprofit arts organization, comes to Coulee City on June 17th, offering a live vaudeville show featuring variety acts, circus arts, music, magic, and free workshops in everything from juggling to history. There’s also a celebratory parade through town, and more!
This summer, the NOTC and Washington State Parks are reuniting to help renew ties between Washington’s beautiful park system and nearby communities on it’s Desert, Mountain and Sea Tour. The Desert Tour includes events at Sun Lakes/Dry Falls State Park and four days of programming in collaboration with the Confederated Tribes of The Colville Reservation, at Keller, Nespelem, Inchelium and Omak.
Coulee City Schedule
Anyone interested in conducting a workshop should contact Makaela Kroin—firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets, by donation, are available at the door beginning at 6:30 pm.
The New Old Time Chautauqua tours every summer, bringing live performances, community events, and arts education to rural communities across America. This group of volunteer educators, performers, and supporters are committed to keeping the great American legacy of the circuit Chautauquas alive. The NOTC is America’s only traveling or circuit Chautauqua.
About the New Old Time Chautauqua
The New Old Time Chautauqua is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization of 60-plus volunteer performers, educators and staff whose mission is to travel throughout the Greater Northwest to small towns and Native Nations to promote community through education, entertainment and laughter. The NOTC was founded in 1981 by the Flying Karamazov Brothers and Dr. Patch Adams. For the last 37 years, the NOTC has brought the Chautauqua concept to towns in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Northern California, British Columbia and Alaska. For more information,
What is a Chautauqua?
Chautauqua was a cultural and social movement that started in the 1870s and flourished until the mid-1920s. Hundreds of touring Circuit Chautauquas presented lectures, dance, music, drama, and other forms of cultural enrichment. This popular form of live entertainment faded during the economic challenges of the Great Depression as radio broadcasts and motion pictures became mainstream.
For more information:
If you are a member of the press who would like to interview a Chautauquan, please contact Paul or Chris. You will find high-resolution photos for the purpose of promoting Chautauqua here: http://chautauqua.org/press.html
• Paul Magid
2018 New Old Time Chautauqua Washington State Park Tour Director email@example.com
• Chris Bricker
2018 Washington New Old Time Chautauqua State Park Tour PR firstname.lastname@example.org
Coulee City & Sun Lakes State Park