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Wednesday, 25th April 2018
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Neill Public Library News

The City of Pullman Arts Commission is seeking a candidate to serve on its board of commissioners. The position is currently open for a full term (January 2018 – December 2020).  A full term is 3 years. The Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 4 p.m. in Neill Public Library’s Young Meeting Room. 

The Pullman Arts Commission (PAC) cultivates the visual and performing arts to enrich the quality of life of the community through its vision, advocacy, and financial support, connecting residents, students and visitors to diverse aesthetic and cultural experiences. This Commission works to acquire City Council approved artwork for the City and is responsible for the acquisition, documentation and conservation of the City art collection.

Persons interested in serving on the Arts Commission should complete the Application for Vacancy online at: or in hardcopy at Neill Public Library. 

The position will remain open until filled. Submit applications to Mayor Glenn Johnson, City Hall, 325 SE Paradise St, Pullman, WA 99163.





Date:   4/23/2018                               

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Event/Date: A Quick Visit to Wales - Saturday, April 28th, 3:00pm


Neill Public Library presents: A Quick Visit to Wales

Join Neill Public Library on an action-packed tour of Wales including prehistoric burial chambers, stone forts, churches, and so many castles! Jolie and Peter Haug are passionate about all the history, culture and geography Wales has to offer and invite you to join them on this epic, action-packed adventure at Neill Public Library. Detailed handouts and a map of Wales will leave you feeling like you’ve traveled far beyond Pullman, to the very heart of Wales.

This free event takes place Saturday, April 28th at 3:00pm in the Neill Public Library Hecht Room.

The event is free to the public and requires no registration, but please note seating is limited.  Light refreshments will be served.


About Jolie and Peter Haug

Jolie and Peter Haug live on a farm just outside of Colfax with their family which includes their daughter, author Sarah Woodbury. Jolie and Peter are avid travelers and have been to Wales twice and lived in China for 11 years teaching English. 




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