On July 19, more than 100 local actors, journalists, politicians, and community leaders will take over Town Hall’s Forum stage for a complete reading of the Mueller Report.
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Welcome to our soft launch summer. Town Hall Seattle is officially open!
After 18 seasons of programming and over a century since its construction, Town Hall’s building is getting its first major renovation!
Thanks to support from our community, our landmark venue is getting some much-needed love. From necessities like seismic stabilization to vital patron upgrades like climate control and new restrooms, we’re overhauling our building for 100 more years of life.
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“Once upon a time,” began a story in the June 21, 1919 Town Crier, “a certain pompous individual said women had no humor. It is evident he had not met Dr. Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, else his mouth would have been filled with the ashes of his own words as he ate them.”
On June 28 in the Forum at Town Hall, acclaimed author Charles Fishman will illuminate us on America’s impossible mission to the moon. It’s the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and his book highlights the behind-the-scenes heroes that helped put men on the moon.
The June 14, 1919 writers of the Town Crier were both congratulatory of Tacoma but also wondering why Seattle wasn’t doing more to congratulate itself in the brief story “Our Musical Neighbor.”
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