Here are some recommendations from The Daily World for activities worth leaving the house.
You get a line and I’ll get a pole …… You know the rest. In this case the fishin’ hole is the Pacific Ocean. Salmon fishing season at Westport starts Saturday. All you need is a friend or a neighbor with a boat, or the website for the charterboat association and we’re going to give you that right now. Get a pencil and write this down. www.charterwestport.com.
Don’t you love those events that make you realize how much artistic talent there can be in a small community? What you need is an evening with the Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra. Sunday at 7 in the Bishop Center, the orchestra performs its annual spring concert. The focus will be on British composers, and featured soloists are a pair of remarkable teenagers, Sadie Smith on trombone and Micah Hollen on piano. Tickets are on sale at www.ghc.edu/bishop and by calling 360-538-4066.
One of the area’s best photographers, Larry Workman, is the featured speaker at the Grays Harbor Audubon Society’s meeting at 1:30 at the Hoquiam Library. He has worked for the Quinault Indian Nation for the past 40 years and is giving a presentation on the cultural and natural history of the Quinault Indian Nation. There’s no photographer around Grays Harbor with a better sense for the natural world.