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Yakima Town Hall - Yakima Town Hall postpones Monica Lewinsky speaker event

Yakima Town Hall, in response to Governor Jay Inslee’s March 15 executive order expanding statewide prohibition of public gathering larger than 50 people due to the coronavirus pandemic, will be postponing the April 1, 2020 speaker event with Monica Lewinsky. 

 Lewinsky’s speaking event will be rescheduled at a future date. Ticket holders for the 2019-2020 season will be notified about next steps as soon as the new event date is secured. 

 “While we’re sad to have to postpone this great speaker, we are absolutely dedicated to the health and well-being of our ticket holders, as well as our entire community,” said Jan Mendenhall, Yakima Town Hall president. “As soon as we have updated information and a secured date for Monica Lewinsky, we will share it. We thank our patrons for their continued dedication and support.”



Posted March 16, 2020

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"My dear friend Henry Winkler was right....Yakima Town Hall's hospitality knows no bounds. You are warm, generous, yet seriously professional women and I can see why all your speaker guests request return invitations. And who knew they could cook colcannon in this part of the world. That was the most fantastic dinner and lovely reception. I'm heading west next year and will try to make a detour to Yakima. I'm sure you can guarantee me a full house." - Ronan Tynon, Ireland's Inspirational & Gifted Tenor

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