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Gallery, Art Show
"Gallery - Migration" by Matthew Olds
exhibit looks into the relationship of people moving through places from the Tacoma area, to current desperate global migrations, and ultimately the journey from life to death. Video, paintings, and site-specific sculptural installations, create a dynamic multi-media visual conversation between both the works in the gallery and those who walk through it. This exhibit will be open March 15 to April 12, Monday thru Friday from 8am-4pm. Ingraham Hall Gallery
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Museum
"Ghost Ship" by Matthew Olds
"Ghost Ship" is a mixed-media installation, an artist's exploration of the lore and legacy of shipwrecks.
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Museum
"Ghost Ship" by Matthew Olds
"Ghost Ship" is a mixed-media installation, an artist's exploration of the lore and legacy of shipwrecks.
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Religious
"Luther's Small Catechism" led by Pastor Eric Hullstrom
An in depth translation of Luther's explanations along with other catechetical study helps, such as prayers, worship rites, etc.
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Gardening, Class/Workshop
"Secrets of a Lazy Gardener" Marianne Binetti
Have a fun evening learning tips and tricks to enjoy your garden and landscape more and work less. Learn how to win the battle of the weed war, ways to cut down on pruning, mowing and feeding plus some dirt cheap tips to save you money. Work smarter not harder. Marianne Binetti is a northwest horticultural expert and writes a syndicated gardening column that runs in over a dozen newspapers including The News Tribune. FREE! No registration required! Bring a friend! Prizes and refreshments!
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Community Event, Benefit/Fundraiser
"There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch" FREe LUNCH - 2
Learn about the work of Friendly Water for the World with a FREE Lunch! Silent auction, gifts from around the world, and great Middle Eastern food. Be part of Friendly Water for the World's global effort o help communities ensure their own access to safe drinking water. Tickets required.
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Rock
'68
'68 is a rock duo from Atlanta.
www.facebook.com/theyare68
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Country
1 Uppers
The 1uppers is a country band. A band that is all about sad songs, memorable melodies, tight harmonies, guitar solos and matching suits.
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Electronic,Pop,Funk
The 1975
The 1975 is a four-piece, Manchester-based British band that initially formed in 2002 as a punk band but has begun to emerge as a mix of art rock, glossy '80s pop and electronica-tinged R&B.
the1975.com/
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Gardening
2017 Grays Harbor Home and Garden Show
The 17th annual Grays Harbor Home and Garden Show opens its doors on May 20 at 9:00 a.m. The WSU Master Gardeners return with a show that fills the entire event center at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds. More shopping and more classes than ever before! Special guests this year are: Sam Benowitz— speaking at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, May 20, Sam is the owner of Raintree Nursery, the popular fruit-and-nut nursery just south of us. He’ll talk about “Proven Fruits and Berries for SW Washington.” He’ll also give visitors a chance to learn first-hand about grafting fruit trees during a special demonstration. Ciscoe Morris—speaking at 1:00 Sunday, May 21, Ciscoe brings his always-entertaining and informative presentation. This year he will focus on “Favorite Plants for Late Spring.” He’ll talk about his favorite plants and how to take care of them. There will also be time for Ciscoe to answer your questions. Hours are Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free, and so is parking.
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