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The slack-key guitar legend has a special love for Vashon audiences.
“Point Defiance” will have its Pacific Northwest premiere screening at Vashon Center for the Arts.
Works by felters, knitters, fiber dyers, rug hookers, embroiderers, quilters and more are on display
Dazzling performances, original works, imagination on display and more.
Music icon Chris Ballew rocks on as Caspar Babypants, having released a total of 14 albums for kids.
A tribute to a troubled Texas troubadour, a double feature by students, rock the Havurah, and more.
Their performance is one of 84 scheduled regionally as part of the Salish Sea Early Music Festival.
The show is being revived for two nights as a fundraiser for the venerable island theater company.
Islander Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma will read from “The Safety of Edges” at Vashon Bookshop.
Brian Doyle’s work has been adapted for the stage by two longtime island arts lovers.
Two beloved local groups will have notable guest soloists.
The show will be a mix of 1940s hepcat jazz, modern soul and RB, bossa nova, rock, and torch ballads
In recent years, the Havurat has established itself as a popular venue
Get jazzy at the Sugar Shack Seattle band leader and jazz pianist Ron Weinstein will entertain at 7 p.m. Friday, March 1, at Vashon’s Sugar… Continue reading
The show will feature a lineup of performers and mark the 75th birthday of the singer-songwriter.
Most galleries and art spots will be open from 6 to 9 p.m.
A talented cast shines in a play about women, for women, starring women.
The Oscars, island concerts, a lauded author, a stick dulcimer workshop, and more.
The show will be a celebration of traditional music and dance.
Executive Order 9066 led to the incarceration of Americans of Japanese Ancestry during World War II.