Young Artists Show at Six Rivers Gallery
Six Rivers Gallery and the Harbor Art Guild present the fifth annual Young Artists Show, featuring art from young people aged seven months to 20 years old. Children’s art is a joy to see. This show runs from May 31 to June 30.
Artists whose work is in this show include Annette Alejandre, Cassidy Anderson, Ethan Brown, Alysha Burleson, Carley Bryson, Jerrod Clinton, Jennifer Cole, Andrea Daracunas, Zach Elsos, Wilson Foss, Zeke Higgins, Nels Hogaboom, Nellie Holder, Erin Hunt, English Hyde, Savannah Hyde, Amy Isaksson, Artimus Johnson, Samantha Jump, Emma Kahler, Tanner McElliott, Amelia Moir, Emilio Monahan, James Obias, Lance Ortiz, Bailee Palmer, Audrey Paylor, Juve Perez, Mali Phelps, Mercedes Pinnell, Caelin Quinton, Drydon Quinton, Tannessa Richardson, Amber Rosche, Christina Rosche, Alexis Sangder, Andrew Sangder, Alorra Sansaver, Jacob Sparhawk, Abbi Spradlin, Kaleb Tarnowski, Albert Treiber, Naomi Watkins, and Jackie Wescott.
An opening reception will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and everyone is invited.
Six Rivers Gallery, 210 6th St (by Levee Lumber). in Hoquiam, is open Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
N. Beach Singers present “Made in USA”
The North Beach Singers will present their annual spring concert at 3 p.m. Saturday in Moclips at Chapel By the Sea Church, 4612 State Route 109.
The ensemble will perform music that was created, performed, enjoyed and fostered by Americans — Dixieland jazz, rock ‘n’ roll and country. Admission is a donation of food or money to the North Beach Food Banks. For further information, contact: Judy Snow at (360) 289-4499 or email@example.com.
Hill music students to perform recitals
Christine Hill Music Studios will present voice and piano students in two Spring Recitals at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday at Aberdeen First United Methodist Church.
Performing in the 3 p.m. recital are: Ken Albert, Brooke Bogdanovich, Terry Boyer, Kendall Cavin, Laura Hill, Ken McDonald, Karlynn O’Connor, Lizzie Peterson, Haley Raines, Kate Wakeman, Rachel Wakeman and Meagan Yeoman.
Performing in the 7 p.m. recital are: Ken Albert, Devan Bland, Libby Carrico, Brett Cooper, Elaina Diaz, Cora Foss, Laura Hill, Analie Holt, Keola Holt, Robert Holt, Steve Jacobson, Rebecca Meacham, Andrea Vingo, The Golden Trio (featuring Libby Carrico, Cora Foss and Keola Holt) and guest vocalist Colton Sundstrom.
Admission is free and the public is invited to both recitals. The church is located at the corner of Second and Broadway in Aberdeen.
Dorsch to conduct final choir event
In honor of director Ian Dorsch’s final Grays Harbor Civic Choir concert, the community vocal group presents “A Night at the Opera” at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus in Aberdeen.
Dorsch has been choir director for the past seven years. Former Aberdeen School District vocal teacher Pat Wilhelms will be leading the Civic Choir, starting in the fall.
The choir plans a program of famous opera choruses, including works by Puccini, Dvorak, Gilbert and Sullivan and Rachmaninoff. Soloists will be showcased in several arias and small ensembles and will include Deana Border, Joy Dorsch, Tiffany Oestreich, Robert Neisinger, Ken McDonald, Kortney Gross, Katelyn Gross, Kendra Gross, Keith Krueger, Doris Daly, Sandy Lloyd and Jim Matoza.
Tickets for the Sunday afternoon concert will be available at the Bishop Center door before the musical event.
Winery to host Fleur de Lis Festival
Westport Winery’s Fleur de Lis Festival runs from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday. This celebration of flowers is free to attend and open to all ages. The winery is known for its extensive iris plantings which bloom for this festival. In addition, the winery’s nursery has brought in a wealth of exciting new iris plants for purchase at this event.
For the fourth year, the Westport Art Festival will host Art in the Vines during this event as a precursor to the annual summer art festival at the docks in Westport on Aug. 17 and 18.
At 11 a.m. to launch the festival Westport Winery will open their new lavender labyrinth.
Singer-songwriter Ericka Corban will be performing throughout the festival.
Local author Kivi to hold book signing
Montesano author Ruth Kivi will be signing copies of her new book, “Dad Goes Home,” from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at
Says Kivi of her book: “All in all, my Dad led a very full life. He was born shortly after the turn of the century. He saw electricity come into use. Folks pulled themselves out of the Great Depression and moved into the later 1930s, where, according to Dad, ‘airplanes were causing much excitement.’ In the early 1940s, the whole world went to war. He lived through the era of change and prosperity in the ’50s. From there, modern medicine came into the future, hand in hand with a myriad of electronic inventions. One could say, he saw it all.”
Pickell’s students to hold spring recital
Ellen Pickell’s piano students, former students and special guest Ray Kahler will play a spring recital on at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Saron Lutheran Church, at Eighth and M streets in Hoquiam.
Current students playing will be Alex Elledge, Josie Horn, Daniella Mora-Lamperein, Fabiana Mora-Lamperein and Ray Tucker, a graduating senior from Ocosta High School. Anna Lichty and Kari Hasbrouck, who both studied previously
with Pickell, will also perform. Ray Kahler, a clarinetist, will play with Pickell. A reception will follow the free recital, which is open to the public.
S.A.L. anniversary series draws to a close
Hank Cramer’s booming bass voice will close out Sunday Afternoon Live’s Season 10th anniversary series at the Raymond Theatre on Father’s Day, June 16 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and $5 for students at South Bend Pharmacy and Sagen’s Pharmacy in Raymond and can also be purchased by mailing check or money order with an self-addressed, stamped envelope to S.A.L., P.O. Box 221, South Bend 98586 or calling (360) 875-5831. Performance day tickets are $12 at the box office.
S.A.L. will top off the series on June 30 with a special Red, White & Blue concert featuring the Navy Band Northwest as the season’s final act. Season ticket holders may use their season tickets for admittance. This concert is free, but non-season ticket holders must have a complimentary ticket, obtainable at the ticket outlets or the ticket desk in the theater lobby. For more information, call the above phone number or check the website — www.sundayafternoonlive.org.
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