Courtesy of the Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library, Susanne Crawford O’Brien offers a presentation called “Coming Full Circle: Spirituality and Wellness Among Native Communities in the Pacific Northwest” at 4 p.m.
It’s free. Her area of specialization is Religion and Culture, with emphasis in Native American religious traditions, and comparative studies of minority religious communities in North America, including religion and healing, gender and ethnicity, and religion and popular culture. Her research interests address questions of healing, place, and ecology, and how religious belief and practice can work to promote ecological and social justice.”
May 30 &31
The Brothers Dunne are playing at the Galway in Ocean Shores Friday and Saturday, starting at 8 both nights. Tommy and Tony Dunne from Portland have been playing professionally since the ’80s and “sister” Mary Harvard joined them a few years back.
The third annual Summer Expo takes place at Grays Harbor College’s Riverview Education Center in Raymond Saturday from 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Activities at the expo include a plant sale, food, live music, arts and crafts, demonstrations, informational booths, belly dancers and children’s activities. The expo will take place outside at 600 Washington Ave,. Raymond. Admission is free and parking is plentiful.