Arts and Entertainment Briefs for June 5, 2014


Hoquiam

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, hand-made 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.

Aberdeen

First Friday

Visit downtown Aberdeen from 5 - 8 p.m. Visit participating businesses staying open late to host local artists and their work. For more information contact firstfridayaberdeen@gmail.com or find “First Friday June 6” on Facebook.

Artists are making appearences at Wiitamaki Jewelry Store, Pirate’s Treasure, Rediviva, Eternal Love Tattoos, Julie Rajcich Photography (Kyle Pauley of AXB,) Quilt Harbor, Harbor Shoes (Brenda Peterson) and, Past and Present Mercantile (DiAnna Malone.) Get 10 percent off your purchase at GH Wine Sellars by mentioning First Friday and enjoy the live music of The Salmonberry Band. Boomtown Records will also feature live entertainment.

Aberdeen

Voice and piano concert

Christine Hill Music Studios presents voice and piano students in two Spring Recitals at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 7 and 7 p.m., Sunday, June 8 at Aberdeen First United Methodist Church.

Those performing on Saturday evening include: Ken Albert, Terry Boyer, Jillian Bryant, Libby Carrico, Kendall Cavin, Anna Hagen, Taylor Jones, Ken McDonald, Karlynn O’Connor and Anna Weber.

Those performing on Sunday evening include: Ken Albert, Kyle Brewer, Michael Fagerstedt, Chris Fruto, Justin Greco, Analei Holt, Keola Holt, Autumn McGiveron, Rebecca Meacham, Lizzie Peterson, Christian Sperline, Andrea Vingo and Triomphe (featuring Kyle Brewer, Michael Fagerstedt and Justin Greco.)

Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. The church is located at the corner of 2nd and Broadway in Aberdeen. A reception will follow each performance

North Beach

Welcome back to Broadway

The Moclips Concert of the North Beach Singers “Welcome Back to Broadway” has been postponed to Saturday, June 7th at 3 p.m. at Chapel By the Sea on State Route 109.

Admission is a donation of food or monies to the local Food Banks. Each donation is greatly appreciated.

For further information contact: Judy Snow, 289-4499, beachsinger@coastaccess.com

Hoquiam

7th St. Kids auditions

Auditions for the 7th St. Kids production of “Honk!,” a musical rendition of “The Ugly Duckling,” are Saturday, June 7 at 9 a.m., at the theater.

Kids must have a parent or guardian with them at check-in. Rehearsals begin June 23 and show dates are August 1, 2 and 3.

See 7thstreetkids.org for further info and updates.

Aberdeen

Spring concert

The Grays Harbor Civic Choir, directed by Pat Wilhelms, presents a lively Spring concert this coming Sunday afternoon at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus. This vocal music event begins at 3 p.m. and tickets are on sale online at www.ghc.edu/bishop or by calling 360-538-4066. The community vocal group rehearses weekly throughout the year and performs twice at the Bishop Center. Their concerts include a variety of traditional choir selections and more modern pieces.

Ocean Shores

Gospel concert

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.

Aberdeen

Honors Recital

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.

The Daily World reports

 

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