A&E Briefs for May 15, 2014


Aberdeen

High school student show

Winners in the Grays Harbor College’s annual juried high school art show will be announced this evening at a reception honoring all of the artists, their teachers and families. The original art will be on display in the College’s Spellman Library gallery through early June.

Award recipients include, in the three-dimensional category, Madison Herzog, first, and Sarah Wood, second, both of Montesano; monochromatic/two-dimensional, Marron Sturm, Harbor High, and Zola Moody, Montesano; color/two-dimensional, Zola Moody, Montesano, and Courtney Rutzer, Ocosta; multi-media or computer art, Kyle Johnson, Montesano, and Katie McGregor, Aberdeen; jewelry, Morgan Bartley, Harbor High, and Cindy Phillips, Aberdeen; photography, Justin Baldwin, Aberdeen, and Sararose Gallo, Ocosta.

Best of Show recognition went to a pencil drawing of Kurt Cobain, a “Walking the Line” class project at Aberdeen taught by Molly Houk. Culinary students from Aberdeen are providing refreshments for tonight’s reception.

Hoquiam

Dance Club of Grays Harbor

On Saturday, May 17 join the Dance Club of Grays Harbor for refreshments, mixers, dance demos and live music from Michael and Leslie from 8 to 10:30 p.m.

Free nightclub two-step lessons from 7 to 8 p.m. It will be held at the Hoquiam Masonic Temple on the corner of 8th and K Street on the second floor. An elevator is at K street’s entrance.

Admission is $9 for members and $12 for non-members.

For more info please call dance instructor Arlene Hoiland at 360-533-1412.

Ocean Shores

“Every Babysitter’s Nightmare!”

Stage West Community Theatre presents “Every Babysitter’s Nightmare,” a fun romp through the world of Carrie Carter, a sixteen year old baby-sitter, and the trials and tribulations of her first night sitting for the Taylor family, on the Ocean Shores Lions Club Stage.

The show runs on May 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 18 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. They are available at Dolores and Fay’s, Ocean Shores Animal Hospital, Mocha Madness, Ocean Shores Visitors Bureau (in convention center) and at the door.

Hoquiam

“Jaws” at 7th St. Theatre

The 7th St. Theatre’s Classic Film Series presents the thriller “Jaws” on May 16 and 17. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Sharkey’s of Ocean Shores has teamed with the 7th Street Theatre to offer a variety of “Jaws” and shark-themed merchandise, and 10 percent of sales go to the theater. There will also be a person in a shark costume available for fun photos.

The 7th St. Theatre is located at 313 7th St. in Hoquiam. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door. Advance tickets are available at Harbor Drug in Hoquiam, City Drug in Aberdeen, and at www.brownpapertickets.com. For more information call 360-537-7400 or check the website, www.7thstreettheatre.com.

Aberdeen

Spring luncheon and Spokane Tap Grandmas

Enjoy lunch and entertainment at St. Mary Parish Hall, 306 Third St., at noon on Saturday, May 17. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, contact Barbara Randich at 532-2422 or Marlene Dixon at 533-2604.

Aberdeen

Driftwood Children’s Theatre presents “Aladdin”

Driftwood Children’s Theatre and Stevens PTSO present the musical Aladdin on Wednesday, May 21 and Thursday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m.

This show features Kindergarten — 6th grade children from Stevens Elementary School.

The show is directed by Sara Henry, the musical director is Alex Eddy and choregraphy by Sarah Dier.

“Aladdin” will run approximately 30-45 minutes with an intermission and the second half of the evening will be a Musical Review. Admission is free.

Hoquiam

Young Artists Show at Six Rivers Gallery

The Harbor Art Guild presents the Sixth Annual Young Artists Show at Six Rivers Gallery, at 210 6th St., until June 1, featuring work by artists under 21.

Artists whose work is in this show are Cassidy Anderson, Ryan Anderson, Natasha Babbitt, kaliyah Bailey, Christina Binnie, Titus Blood, Rylee Brown, Katie Burnett, Danni Craig, Jade Craig, Trey Crawford, Amber Darden, Jacob Detwiler, McKenna Doll, Jessa Dudics, Anne Easley, Junior Ensminger, Chloe Estes, Cavan Estrada, Anthony Fancher, Wilson Foss, Emilee Galeana, Yasmine Gutierrez, Jacob Hallak, Mia Hallak, Saylor Heikilla, Nellie Holder, Malachi Hovig, Alex Hughes, Taleah Ibrahim, Corey Johnson, Isiah Johnson, Malachi Johnson, Shaylee Johnson, Samantha Jump, Phoenix Kerver, Yoselin Lano, Aaron Lieske, Malorie Lormor, Ryley Lorton, Fiona Mattix, Audrey McGiveron, Troy McMinn, Natalie Miles, Emilio Monahan, Mikaela Murphy, Sierra Nickell, Leslie Nieto, Cruise Oliver, Delaney Olson, Sadie Olson, Payton Pappan, Audrey Paylor, Alyssa Perry, Donna Reed, Tannessa Richardson, Franky Rivera, Ty Rodrigues, Hailey Ross, Nyeki Russaw, Braiden Schmidt, Tristan Schmidt, Willow Seaton, Lindsey Sherman, Kolby Skolrood, Kacidy Such, Aspen Thompson, Ashly Walker, Tammera Walker, Jesse Wescott, and Aubrey Young.

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