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Most island galleries and art spots will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. with many featuring musical acts.
Lifelong friends will perform original songs from two new albums.
A cherubic children’s choir, a local band sings the blues, a talk series at the Havurah, and more.
Fairy tales, edgy puppets, cold brews and more.
The event will also include a chance for islanders to hear the composer’s lovely music.
Three-time Latin Grammy nominee Jovino Santos Neto will take the stage at Vashon Center for the Arts
Jiji Saunders was appointed executive director of the space in late January.
The local group Tip the Scales will shine a spotlight on beloved fixtures in Vashon’s music community
Musicians with serious pedigrees come to Vashon, poets take over the bookshop, and more.
The concert will boast the talents of a trio of bright lights of the classical music scene in Oregon
The show is an annual tradition for Vashon Center for Dance
The high-flying ensemble has been at work for more than a year to create the original piece.
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.