Quilting enthusiasts are invited to join the American Hero Quilt Sew-In Saturday, Oct. 17 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for the local contribtion to the national initiative.
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I can’t tell you exactly why, but as soon as the summer temperatures dip, I crave an autumn skyline. Growing up in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia doesn’t explain this at all. There, the pine forests that surround the glacier carved Okanagan Lake are hardly rainbows of fall colors.
Are you Norwegian? If so, a Chicago-based casting company is looking for you. O’Connor Casting Co. is holding an open casting call on Sunday, Oct. 18, at Seattle’s ACT Theatre for Norwegian-Americans interested in applying for Season 7 of Norway’s hit Reality TV show “Alt for Norge” aka “The Great Norway Adventure.”
After a perfectly warm summer, the temperature is beginning to dip at night. Keeping warm inside our homes is once again on our minds.
Filmies, your support network is arriving. Local filmmakers who shoot their features, shorts, webseries or any other cinematic ventures in Grays Harbor County are invited to an informal meet and greet with the leadership from Washington Filmworks.
The delicate taste of fresh floral blends can’t quite be captured via the supermarket shelf. The solution? You can easily unleash the power of just-picked petals with simple DIY brews.
If you see a Sasquatch on the Harbor this weekend, he’s probably just waiting for the Polson Museum to open for the day.
Dogs in the classroom aren’t a unique sight, animals of all kinds have entertained classrooms for as long as we’ve had schools. But these dogs aren’t here for entertainment, nor are they the student or the teacher.
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Dear Abby: My husband enjoys sitting around (among other activities) naked. We live in a subdivision with 700 homes. I have asked him repeatedly to stop, join a nudist group or go home to his mother — whatever! He says he’s sorry, blah blah blah. But it doesn’t stop happening.
The Senior Nutrition Program, conducted by the Coastal Community Action Program, regularly serves lunches at noon at:
Way back when 2015 was still relatively new and shiny, I correctly observed that a lot of us are relatively new to Medicare. To that end, I went on and on about how Medicare works, all the moving parts, how this part relates to that part, blah blah etc. ad nauseum. Then, most of us went back to our lives and allowed that information to fade into the nether world of what most of us laughingly refer to as our “memories.”
Dear Abby: I was invited to a small gathering of women. I arrived punctually, was greeted by the hostess and asked if I wanted some water to drink. I accepted. As I looked around the room, everyone else had a glass of wine. When one other woman arrived a little while later and joined our group, the hostess asked her if she wanted wine or water to drink.