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Rock out at the skate park, films light up the screen, dreams lost, found and transformed, and more.
“She Kills Monsters” is Drama Dock’s first offering by a non-white playwright.
The show’s creators weave storytelling, songs and theater to tell a story about their lives together.
Presenters will discuss how to bring compassion and mindfulness into workplaces and communities.
“Vashon Calling” includes 13 tracks by island bands and singer-songwriters.
Most spots are open from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival is coming to the Vashon Theatre for the first time.
Vashon Center for the Arts has named Darragh Kennan as its new associate executive director.
“Enchanted” is the latest performance in an ongoing series.
“What comes out of these experiences … is we get to create more opportunities to learn empathy.”
A look at how islanders, particularly the elderly, would be impacted without island primary care
Poet Merna Ann Hecht will be joined by cellist Michelle Dodson for “Singing Hope in a Dark Time.”
Joel Ross’s island performance is the latest stop on a busy tour of major West Coast jazz venues.
The second annual “Home 2 Vashon” will include music by The Kings of Mongrel Folk.
Mark McGough, who joined the staff in 2016, has stepped down.
A Pirate Pride was on display at Vashon High School last Friday.
“If one person truly gets it and changes, it will be well worth it.”
Island talent will serve up a series of skits, musicals and monologues this weekend.
Debbie Dimitre, a Northwest storyteller, will perform her show about Emily Dickinson on Oct. 19.
Most galleries are open from 6 to 9 p.m.