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Spanish Flamenco dancing and music at the grange

Flamenco dancer and Seattleite Savannah Fuentes will present “La Luna Nueva” at 8 p.m. Friday at the Grange Hall. The show includes Flamenco music by Spanish singer Curro Cueto and Bulgarian guitarist Bobby de Sofia with the Flamenco dancing.

Tickets are $10 for children, $15 for students, $20 for general audience and $35 for VIP reserved seating. Tickets are available at or by calling 800-838-3006.


The Bike welcomes Bill Brown and the Kingbees

The high-energy and deep vocal sound of Bill Brown & The Kingbees will fill the Bike in a pre-Strawberry Festival show at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

Islanders will remember Brown from his other performances on the island. When not recording another album at Elliott Bay Recording Studio, Michael Stango continues to write songs, and John Gaborit plays with other Puget Sound groups. Tony Handy has his own jazz quintet, HD Fusion. Jim Smiley, a recording artist and regular performer at Harrah’s in Las Vegas, rounds out the band with his versatile keyboard.

This is an all-ages free event until 11 p.m., then 21 and older after that.

Create your own didjeridoo at a workshop

Carol Canterbury will offer a workshop to learn how to make and play your own plastic pipe didjeridoo from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.

A veteran didjeridoo player, Canterbury made her own instrument by experimenting with various plastic pipes and fittings until she found the perfect combination. All materials and instruction will be provided to create one didjeridoo. A second instrument will cost an additional $50.

For more information, call Canterbury at 218-7552.

Be inspired to design and build your own garden

Garden designer Ted Kennedy Watson of Watson Kennedy will sign his new book “Style & Simplicity” from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at Dig Floral & Garden.

“Let this inspiring book be a starting point for discovering things you love and integrating them into your beautiful life,” Watson said.

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