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ALFREDO MURO AND HIS JAZZ ENSEMBLE WITH JIM BAILEY ON CELLO
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 7:30PM
TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR: $10 Adults/ $8 Seniors & Students / $5 Children under 12
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MOTUS THEATER PRESENTS "DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?" THE FILM
2016-2017 LCC ART GRANT PROGRAM RECIPIENT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 7PM

Do You Know Who I Am? is the acclaimed new performance encouraging discussion on immigration in Colorado. It is scripted by Kirsten Wilson from monologues written by undocumented immigrants and performed by these writers. Come hear Juan Juarez, Victor Galvan, Oscar Juarez, Ana Cristina Temu and Hugo Juarez perform their immigrant experience and come prepared to better understand what it is like to be undocumented in our community. Live music by Brian Mullins. Boulder County Commissioner Elise Jones had this to say about the show: “I went to an AMAZING, sold out performance last night called “Do You Know Who I Am?” where 5 brave Latino immigrant youth tell their compelling stories. Equal parts cheering and crying. If you ever had doubts about the need for immediate immigration reform, you won’t anymore.”

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09-25-2016 Louisville Vocal Jazz Project Poster Chip Ross

LOUISVILLE CULTURAL COUNCIL PRESENTS... LOCAL AUTHORS SERIES
Ed Dusinberre and his book, Beethovan for a Later Age
Saturday, October 1, 7:30pm (Doors open at 7pm)
FREE, Suggested donation of $5
Louisville Center for the Arts at Memory Square, 801 Grant Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027

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LOUISVILLE CULTURAL COUNCIL PRESENTS... LOCAL AUTHORS SERIES
Rachel Weaver author of Point of Direction
Sunday, October 9, 4pm (Doors open at 3:30pm)
FREE, Suggested donation of $5
Louisville Center for the Arts at Memory Square, 801 Grant Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027

Rachel Weaver is the author of the novel Point of Direction, which Oprah Magazine included in their list of Top Ten Books to Pick Up Now. In his review on NPR’s All Things Considered, Alan Cheuse described the novel as one that “pulls you in.” Point of Direction was chosen by the American Booksellers Association as a top ten debut for Spring 2014, by IndieBound as an Indie Next List Pick, by Yoga Journal as one of their top five suggested summer reads and recently won the 2015 Willa Cather Award for Fiction. Prior to earning her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University, Rachel worked as a biologist for the Forest Service in Alaska studying bears, raptors and songbirds. She is the director of the Colorado Writing School and is on faculty at Regis University’s low-residency MFA program.
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