Registration for the The Long Walk, 2012 is now full! Don’t despair, you can still join The Long Walkers (and Snoqualmie Floodplain Cabaret) on Friday, July 27th for the Mid-Point Mash-Up, an open-to-everyone event at McCormick Park in Duvall, WA.
The Mid-Point Mash-Up
Friday, July 27th
6:00 – 9:00PM
McCormick Park – 26200 NE Stephens Street, Duvall, WA
Come cheer on the Long Walkers on the second day of their journey and celebrate summer with residents of Duvall at the Mid-Point Mash-Up. Bring something for the grill – it’s a community BBQ too! And, if the sun has been shining, be sure to pack a bathing suit for an evening dip in the river.
Set in bucolic McCormick Park, this year’s Mash-Up includes unique musical theater by the Snoqualmie Floodplain Cabaret (aka the South Meadow Cabaret with performers Sari Breznau and Jed Dunkerley), the Bicycle Choir’s secularized spirituals, story-songs, Bulgarian harmonies, and early American shapenote music, Jessika Kenney and Eyvind Kang’s silhouetted reflections on travel in Zack Bent’s sculptural pop-up trailer, video projections in the park’s historic train depot by Rodrigo Venezuela, a sonorous installation of ceramic chimes by Rumi Koshino and the Make Some Noise! workshop participants, and Joyce Wong’s socially-engaged palm reading project, An Excuse to Hold Your Hand.