Entertainment Briefs for Oct. 17, 2013


Aberdeen

“Shadows of the Ancient Puebloans”

Due to a packed house at the Oct. 12 presentation, Art Blauvelt, Rich Vroman and Eric Sandgren will present “Shadows of the Puebloans” at the Aberdeen Timberland Library for a second time on Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. The three Aberdonians will show photographs, paintings and tell stories to illustrate their time studying Ancient Puebloan culture in the Four Corners area of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.

Ocean Shores/Hoquiam

Irish Music Festival

A celebration of all things Irish is coming Oct. 24 - 27 to the Ocean Shores Convention Center, 8th Street Alehouse and Galway Bay Restaraunt, Pub and Gifts. The Young Dubliners, Young Wolfe Tones, Molly’s Revenge and Tillers Folly — along with more than 25 Irish musicians and dancers from the United State, Canada and Ireland — will entertain attendees.

While the Alehouse and Pub are for those 21 and over, the Ocean Shores Convention Center is open to all ages. Cost varies on desired festival access.

A $70 “All Venue Pass” gives ticket holders unlimited access to the various venues and a free T-shirt (first come, first serve).

Passes for access to the Convention Center only are $40 and $10 for 8th Street Alehouse.

Day passes for each venue will also be available, though price and availability may change depending on the day.

Everyone who attends the festival will be entered into a drawing for a trip to Ireland for an extensive tour of whiskey distilleries.

The winner will be chosen on Oct. 27.

Workshops for various instruments will be open all day on Saturday, Oct. 26 at the Convention Center.

A schedule and prices were not yet listed at time of print.

For more information on motels with shuttle service or to purchase tickets, visit www.galwaybayirishpub.com/entertainment/10th-annual-irish-mush-festival1....

Hoquiam

“Beetlejuice” showing

The 7th St. Theatre’s Classic Film Series will feature the movie “Beetlejuice” on Oct. 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Geena Davis and Adam Baldwin play a couple of new ghosts who contract the services of a “bio-exorcist” in order to remove the obnoxious new owners of their beloved house. But “Betelgeuse,” played by Michael Keaton, has bigger plans.

The 7th Street Theatre is located at 313 7th St. in Hoquiam. Tickets are $5 and are available at the door. Advance tickets are available at Harbor Drug and at www.brownpapertickets.com. For more info, visit www.7thstreettheatre.com or call 360-537-7400.

Aberdeen

Bishop Center fall musical

“Next to Normal,” the fall musical production at Grays Harbor College’s Bishop Center, will be performed the first two weekends in November.

Directed by college instructor Brad Duffy, “Next to Normal” explores how a suburban housewife copes with crisis and mental illness, told with hard-hitting lyrics by Brian Yockey and contemporary music by Tom Kitt. Please note, the show includes adult language and situations which may not be suitable for children.

The Pulitzer Prize winning rock musical will be performed Nov. 1, 2, 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee set for Sunday, Nov. 10. Tickets are on sale now at www.ghc.edu/bishop or by calling 360-538-4066.

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