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When election ballots are mailed next week, Vashon residents will determine if they will continue to fund the Vashon Park District for four more years.
What would be a last-ditch effort for a struggling rock band trying to garner attention on the music scene? Hop a plane to Tokyo, of course, and make it big in Japan. That’s the premise of writer and director John Jeffcoat’s comical film “Big in Japan,” which chronicles the mad-capped musical odyssey of a Seattle band on tour in Japan. The feature will be shown on Vashon’s silver screen Friday as a fundraiser for Friends of the Vashon Library (FOL). Jeffcoat will be on hand after the show for a question and answer session.
TRIBE-olution will bring a colorful celebration of dance to The Open Space for Arts & Community at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
In honor or Holy Week, local author Deborah Anderson and artist Will Forrester will present poems and painting from the book “Kneeling at the Cross: A Protestant Looks at Crucifixion” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Vashon Bookshop.
Johnny Lund and the Galaxies will play rock ’n’ roll in a free show at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Red Bike.