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An islander fell ill — but couldn’t get tested

“We’re all trying to figure this one out.”

 

Vashon Events offers ways to still connect with music

Efforts include live-streamed internet concerts and a ramped-up free musical instrument library.

 

Coronavirus dims the lights on Vashon arts scene

Mandated closures of venues have shut down Vashon’s normally vibrant arts community.

Arts in the time of coronavirus | UPDATED

Arts groups react to emerging threat, VCA, Heritage Museum and Open Space shutter until further notice

School closures prompt new public health guidelines for caregivers

The announcement also links resources and other sources of information.

Christine Andreas and Iris DeMent (Courtesy Photo)

Don’t miss exquisite divas in concert

Don’t miss Christine Andreas or Iris DeMent in their rare island appearances.

Christine Andreas and Iris DeMent (Courtesy Photo)

Finding inspiration in history, authors show a path forward

Tacoma-based duo behind “Dead Feminists” will present at Vashon Center for the Arts.

Song and dance fill the stage at arts center

A high-energy presentation of African dance and a concert by a rock legend are both on tap this weekend at Vashon Center for the Arts.… Continue reading

Powerhouse poet, storyteller and activist returns to Vashon

The former Seattle mayoral candidate whose worked on everything from arts and law performs Feb. 28

Arts center pulls out the stops with upcoming slate of shows

Noteworthy performers will grace the stage at Vashon Center for the Arts through the next month.

Prize-winning artists embark on a new chapter on Vashon

Couple aims to subvert work of traditional museums, promote environmental justice, climate concerns.

Vashon is for lovers

Island venues are pulling out all the stops for lovebirds of all stripes this weekend.

‘Shakespeare and the Alchemy of Gender’

Lisa Wolpe explores the history of her own troubled family through some of the Bard’s best-known work

More First Friday fun

Most art spots in the lineup are open from 6 to 9 p.m.

Prick up your ears: Thrills abound at upcoming concerts

Sample the diversity and spark of an island music scene that never seems to slow down or miss a beat

VCA names interim director to top post

Interim director Allison Halstead Reid was chosen after a months-long search by the VCA board.

A poetry podcast for pint-sized listeners

The show, which includes themed activities for listeners, launches on Monday, Jan. 27.

Festival aims to turn Vashon into Celtic isle

Admission to all festival activities is by donation at the door.

Dancers wow on a quick visit to Vashon

Members of dance company Whim W’Him held an open rehearsal in VCA’s Kay White Hall.