Here are The Daily World’s recommendations for activities worth leaving the house for.
Tonight is your last chance to catch the Driftwood Children’s Theatre presentation of “Aladdin.” Curtain time is 6:30 p.m. The show features Stevens Elementary School kids from kindergarten through sixth grade. It’s directed by Sara Henry and the musical director is Alex Eddy. Choreography is by Sarah Dier. The show runs 30-45 minutes with an intermission and the second half of the evening will be a Musical Review. Admission is free.
There’s a farmers market Ocean Shores every Saturday through Aug. 30. It’s open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and features plants, crafts and food vendors. It’s located on Chance a La Mer NW behind Bank of the Pacific. For more information, visit the website osfarmersmarket.com
Everybody loves weddings, right? And mysteries? And murder? It’s the trifecta of the human condition. What would you say if they threw in dinner? Now, what would you pay? How about 40 bucks. And it’s for a good cause. The Dispute Resolution Center of Grays Harbor and Pacific counties is staging its annual fundraiser mystery dinner. It’s one of those things where somebody gets pretend killed at the wedding reception and the surviving guests try to figure out whodunit. The event is at 6 p.m., Friday, June 6, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Aberdeen. It can be a hot ticket and they need to know how many are coming, so act now. Call (360) 532-8950 to RSVP. The Dispute Resolution Center uses trained volunteer mediators to settle disputes. Sometimes it heads off court actions. Sometimes it just retains peace in the neighborhood — or in the family.