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The up-and-coming musician describes music as a way to express life’s ephemeral beauty.
A portrait of Lamontez Jones was torn from where it hung outside Vashon Center for the Arts.
The engine of Craig Beles and Truman O’Brien’s plane began to sputter 8,000 feet above the ground.
“April feels like an appropriate and safe time to re-open. We are excited to see people again.”
Mark Elbroch talks mountain lions, and Ron Artis II will play an in-person concert with his band.
The second annual juried Haiku Festival competition is open to submit poems.
Changes prompted by response to new cases in students
Superintendent Opts Out of Medical Reserve Corps Advice
Arnaldo! has performed his cabaret act as a classic cabaret chanteuse nationally and internationally
The positive case was not the result of any school program or activity.
Sandra Noel’s accomplishments as a poet have earned accolades from esteemed admirers.
Plans for several in-person events and performances are at last now taking shape.
School staff and childcare workers on Vashon have raced to line up for vaccinations since President Joe Biden directed governors in all states to prioritize… Continue reading
The arts center is offering everything from cabaret to classical music to informative lectures.
Preschool and kindergarten students arrived for school Monday morning for the first time in a year.
One dog died after an early morning fire destroyed a small island residence.
“Having a Voice on Vashon” will feature Susan McCabe from Voice of Vashon and singer Máire Kennan.
Erika Carleton will serve as Vashon Center for the Art’s new development director
A health care professional, activist, public speaker and author, she was revered by many on Vashon.
24 districts nearby Vashon have already successfully opened to broader in-person learning.