Fiber Arts Show
Six Rivers Gallery, operated by Harbor Art Guild, is presenting a Fiber Arts Show, June 6 – July 6. Fiber Arts include a wide variety of media such as basketry, handmade paper, knitted work, quilted pieces, needlework and more.
Artists include Fran Allen, Jim Allen, Sylvia Dickerson, Nancy Eichenberger, Valerie Foxarms, Mary Lou Gregory, Suzanne Koidahl, Carrie Larson, Linda Myers, Barb Shillinger, Daisha Stevens and Patti Worley.
The opening reception will be Saturday, June 14, 1 – 4 p.m. Many of the artists will be there to discuss their work.
Six Rivers Gallery, 210 6th St in Hoquiam is open Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday 1 – 5 p.m. Contact us at 532-9979 or visit www.harborartguild.com.
Everyone is welcome to atttend a concert at Ocean Shores Baptist Church featuring The Dartts, a family gospel band, on June 17 at 7 p.m. The Ocean Shores Baptist Church is located at 625 Point Brown Ave NW.
Outstanding Grays Harbor College music students will be featured in the annual Honors Recital on June 12, starting at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Center on the GHC campus. Vocal and instrumental students will perform and the concert is complimentary.
Rockers In Recovery concert
In order to raise awareness about drug addiction problems, a group in Florida put together known names to play free concerts. On June 27 at 8 p.m., join the Rockers in Recovery All-Star Band, made up of Mark Bosch, Lou Esposito and many special guests for a free show at the D&R Theatre.
Special guests may include Eliot Jacobs (Peter Criss Band,The Capris), Tommy Zvoncheck (Formerly of Blue Oyster Cult), John Gianoulis (Earl Slick Band and Felix Cavaliere), Steve Holley (Paul McCartney and Wings), Paul Page(Ian Hunter), Jeff Ganz (Johnny Winter), Gram Maby(Joe Jackson), Kenny Aaronson (Rick Derringer), Casey Montana Rogers(Recovery Unplugged) and Michael Mostel(Toke Squealy).
Shakespeare Festival trip
A few vacancies remain in the annual late Summer trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, hosted by Grays Harbor College. This year, the trip is scheduled for Aug. 11 - 16, led by Grays Harbor College Theatre Arts/Communications instructor Brad Duffy.
During those dates, the group will enjoy eight plays, previews and prologues. The group will see “The Cocoanuts,” “Richard III,” “The Comedy of Errors,” “Into the Woods,” “The Great Society,” “The Tempest,” “A Wrinkle in Time” and “Family Album.” Accommodations during the stay are at Southern Oregon University and include breakfasts and dinners.
Cost of the Ashland trip is $1,131 per person, which includes transportation in College vans, play tickets, accommodations and meals. In addition, Duffy will conduct three pre-play in-depth discussions July 31, Aug. 5 and 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the GHC campus in Aberdeen.
For more information about the Ashland trip, contact GHC Continuing Education at (360) 533.9733 or email@example.com.
The Daily World reports