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Annual Student Art Show showcasing the artistic talent of the Junior and Senior High school students on the Olympic Peninsula. The Show’s Artist Reception and Awards will be held on March 7th from 4:00 to 7:00pm. Come and meet these amazing young artists and give them the support they need.
Students will learn to draw using right brain drawing techniques with Lulu Olson.
Artist’s presentation: Thursday, March 26 at 4:30pm
Followed by the reception from 5pm to 6pm
Sculptor Shannon Weber is known for her usage of Underwater materials such as sea kelps, coastal debris, and many other found objects and wax. She believes that each material item carries its own mythologies from places collected that add to the ever-changing dialogue of each work. Her sculptures often seem to carry unintentional reflections of nomadic traditions and other mysterious archaeological thoughts to which Shannon views as talismans or amulets for others personal collections and spaces.
PAFAC is offering a special Mastering The Arts Workshop with Shannon Weber where participants will make a Bullwhip Sea Kelp Pouch. The workshop will be at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday, May 9 from 10am to 4pm. For full details go to www.pafaced.org and click on Mastering The Arts.
Mar – Oct: Thursday through Sunday, 11am – 5pm
Nov – Feb: Thursday through Sunday, 10am-4pm
Woodland Art Park: Open daylight hours year round
PAFAC is located at 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA 98362
Visit www.pafac.org for more information on upcoming programs or call
no school unless a snow make-up day is needed
Pam Larsen will talk about cycles life in plants and understanding generally when, during a 24-hour day, plants tend to create certain chemicals, and how we can use this information in determining when, in relation to our nutrition, is the best time to harvest and eat what we grow.
Driftwood sculptoring, a unique art form, with works-in-progress ongoing throughout show.
Driftwood Boutique – Handcrafted driftwood pendants & other accessories for purchase.
Scholarships awarded to high school seniors pursuing art studies.
Students will be offered a project to complete or choose to work on their own project with Lulu Olson.
Saturday, March 28at 6:00pm
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula
400 W Fir St, Sequim, Washington 98382
2015 is bring us into our 5th season, wowzers that’s crazy to think about!
We are pleased to be starting it off with the always awesome ladies that is the Eves of Destruction Roller Derby. These ladies are are catching the ferry and heading over from Victoria, BC to come hit the track with us.
Bring your party pants and your loud voices.
ARE YOU INTENSE?
Tickets are available at Drake’s U-Bake Pizza & Subs, Sequim Gazette or http://seasonfivegameone.brownpapertickets.com
PRE sale $10.00
@Door $12.00 Military & Senior Discount w/ID
Kids under 6 FREE
Beer Garden 21+ with ID
Concessions by Boys & Girls Keystone Club
This fun and interesting class will cover the basics of bird identification, birding techniques, birding tools, feeders, houses, optics and more. Everything you need to become a birder of means.
Tuesday evenings, March 31-May 5, 7-9pm
Members: $50, non-members $70
Call the River Center to register: 681-4076
For details call Dave Jackson: 683-1355
For children up to 12 years of age, use your EAGLE EYES to spy the BirdFest BirdQuest Jr. birds located in Sequim’s various businesses. Find them all from April 1st –April 11th and enter to win your choice of prizes. Drawing will be held Sunday, April 12th at the Dungeness River Audubon Center.
|Business Name||Contact Name||Phone Number||Store Hours|
|A Dropped Stitch||Nora Polizzi||683-1410||M-SA 9-5|
|Blue Whole Gallery||Lizbeth Harper||808-0844||M-SU 10-5|
|Colors of Sequim||Eileen Cummings||797-7112||TU-F 10-5:30, SA 10-3|
|Fieldnotes||Trina Berg/Tina Lemcke||683-8208||M-SA 10:30-5:30, SU 12-4|
|Hart’s Fine Books||Rosalind Reichner||683-8080||M-SA 10-5|
|Heather Creek||Danielle Owen||582-9107||M-SA 10-5:30, SU 11-4|
|Purple Haze Downtown||Vickie Oen||683-1714||M-F 9-5, SA 10-5, SU 11-4|
|Sequim Spice & Tea||Marty Martin||683-2050||TU-F 11-5, SA 11-4|
|Solar City||Theresa Rubens||681-7299||M-F 9-6, SA 10-5|
|That Takes the Cake||Paul & Sue Boucher||565-6272||M-SA 10-6|
|Pacific Pantry||John Pabst||797-1221||M-F 10-7|