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Vashon Nature Center will take up residence at Vashon Center for the Arts.
From a string quartet to the talents of a piano prodigy, audiences are sure to be dazzled.
Vashon Center for the Arts has seen budget-stretching expansion for visual arts programs.
Poets will ply their wisdom in workshops and readings.
The duo write music, sing and play a range of instruments that could fill a music shop
The first-time event will offer up 75 literary events for young and old.
Most island galleries and art spots will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. with many featuring musical acts.
Jiji Saunders was appointed executive director of the space in late January.
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.
Music icon Chris Ballew rocks on as Caspar Babypants, having released a total of 14 albums for kids.
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.
In recent years, the Havurat has established itself as a popular venue
The show will feature a lineup of performers and mark the 75th birthday of the singer-songwriter.
The leads are female in this version, staged by Drama Dock.
A Russian piano prodigy is first up in the lineup.