You can check out a local theater presentation or symphony concert with the Culture Card. It is an opportunity to enjoy cultural offerings in our area and appreciate the amazing talent in our own backyard. This program has been made possible through generous donations from the Friends of the Longview Library and the Longview Library Foundation, and through collaborative partnerships with Stageworks Northwest Longview Theatre, Columbia Theatre, LCC Center Stage Theatre, and the Southwest Washington Symphony.
Rules and Regulations:
1. Passes are first come, first served.
2. A patron may check out a Culture Card once per calendar year.
3. Patrons must be 18 years or older to check out a pass. Children's cards cannot be used.
4. Patrons must have a Longview Public Library card in good standing.
5. Check out can be done in person or by phone - 360.442.5300 - with your library card.
6. You must cancel your reservation if you cannot use the pass. If you do not cancel your reservation, you will not have an opportunity to reserve another pass during that calendar year.
7. You must go to Will Call with your ID at the venue to get your tickets
Who the Culture Card Admits
|Stageworks Northwest Longview Theatre||2 Adults|
|Columbia Theatre||2 Adults|
|LCC Center Stage Theatre||2 Adults|
|Southwest Washington Symphony||2 Adults, 2 Children|
Egad, The Woman in White
Beginning May 27.
A wild, knockabout melodrama to boo and hiss by Tim Kelly.
Will the Circle be Unbroken
A unique incredible evening celebrating the music of the 'Circle' album instigated by McEuen in 1971.
Harry James Orchestra
James gave a young Frank Sinatra his first job and first million-seller hit with All or Nothing at All. He also launched the careers of such Big Band vocalists as Connie Haines, Helen Forrest, and Kitty Callen for which he produced a string of romantic hits.
Beginning May 1
Little Women is a "coming of age" drama tracing the lives of four sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. During the American Civil War, the girls' father is away serving as a minister to the troops. The family, headed by their beloved Marmee, must struggle to make ends meet, with the help of their kind and wealthy neighbor, Mr. Laurence, and his high spirited grandson Laurie.
Sunday, April 19 at 3:00 pm
At the Rose Center, featuring Young Artist, Jared Devine. Pieces by Poulenc, Thompson, and Dvorak will be played.