IMPORTANT UPDATE: An earlier version of this story included information about the Family Fourth celebration at the Ocean Shores Convention Center and a professional fireworks show at Ocean Shores on the Fourth. The information was incorrect. There is a professional fireworks show at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino.
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A saxophone quartet, a children’s program and a Patsy Cline tribute have been added to the 2015-2016 season for Sunday Afternoon Live. SAL is the Willapa Harbor organization that has delivered live entertainment to the area for the past 12 years.
Aargh! It’s time for Rusty Scupper’s Pirate Daze in Westport.
Only a few spots remain for this year’s EDventure trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Ore., sponsored by Grays Harbor College’s Continuing Education department.
By its very nature, sand sculpting at the beach is an evolutionary process with one certain outcome — whatever is created eventually will be reshaped by the incoming sea.
Todd London sees Seattle’s bustling theater scene as something of an extension of the UW School of Drama — past, present and future.
Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood will perform Sept. 17 at the Washington State Fair, filling out the 2015 fair concert schedule.
A vocal salute to Flag Day is planned by the Grays Harbor Civic Choir on Sunday at their concert which begins at 3 p.m. at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus. Directed by Pat Wilhelms, the community choir has prepared a program that includes “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” “Shenandoah,” selections by George Cohan and Irving Berlin, and “Old American Songs” arranged by Aaron Copland.
Editor’s note: Moclips and Pacific Beach will clebrate Heritage Days this weekend, centered around the work of local artist Uldine Burgon. What follows is a profile of Burgon reprinted with permission from the May edition of the Moclips Ocean Wave, a quarterly publication of the Moclips-by-the-Sea Historical Society.
Do you want to be the next “American Idol”? On June 18 you’ll get your chance — your last one.
BLYN — Filming for the pilot of a new television show, “The Rainforest,” is expected to begin in several North Olympic Peninsula locations this summer.
For a kid who grew up in Cosmopolis, finding herself in the center of the Nirvana storm was an experience that has taken Shelli Hyrkas a long time to digest.
Spend “A Night at the Oscars” with the Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. This concert, featuring themes from movie classics, starts at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus. Tickets are on sale now at www.ghc.edu/bishop; any remaining tickets will be available at the door.
Inside or outside, rain or shine, it will be a particularly colorful weekend around Ocean Shores starting Saturday with the Festival of Colors Kite Festival off the main beach approach and the Wearable Art show Saturday night at the Convention Center.
Auditions for this year’s 7th Street Kids production of “My Son, Pinocchio” are this Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at the historic Hoquiam theater.