Saturday, October 7, 7:00 PM
Indigenous Voices Series
Learn the story behind a carved dolphin atop a walking stick in this rare appearance by Georgiana Valoyce-Sanchez, a respected elder of the Chumash people whose bands once extended from Morro Bay to Malibu. Her poetry combines memoir and lyrical emotion. Valoyce-Sanchez’ new book of poetry A Light To Do Shellwork By (Scarlet Tanager Press) is a treasure trove of timeless California. Everyone who has driven the Pacific Coast Highway will recognize the land she speaks of and will relish the histories shared by this respected elder. Her stories, memoir and poetic song join together, and her unforgettable presence fills her audiences with wonder.
Indigenous Voices Series sponsored by City of Healdsburg Public Art Grant
THE 222 is a small intimate venue. All seats are very good and have a clear view of the screen.
Seating for this concert is club style with round tables that seat four people. Open seating.
Start time: 19:00 PDT
End time: 20:30 PDT
Venue: THE 222
Directions: 222 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, California