Events for March 10, 2019
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In the Koch Gallery & Fong-Wheeler Atrium
VASHON FIBER ARTS SHOW
A collective of 40 weavers, handspinners, felters, knitter, crocheters, Kumihimo Braid Makers, fiber dyers, rughookers, yarn spinners, embroiderers, and quilters are have come together to show and sell their exquisite hand-made art and items.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 1 at 6:00pm Showing through 3/23Find out more »
In the Joy & Chai Mann Gift Shop
VASHON FIBER ARTS SHOW
Vashon Fiber Artists wearable art. Come shop for hand made hats, socks, scarves, shawls, felted kids toys, baby sweaters, kitchen towels and more. All made by Vashon artists and original one of a kind.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 1 at 6:00pm Showing through 3/23
Vashon Fiber Artists wearable art. Come shop for hand made hats, socks, scarves, shawls, felted kids toys, baby sweaters, kitchen towels and more. All made by Vashon artists and original one of a kind.Find out more »
Saturday, March 9 | 7:30pm
Sunday, March 10 | 2:00pm
Advance Tickets: $5 Student, $14 Member, $16 Senior, $18 General | All Tickets at the Door: $18
This lively and provocative dramatic presentation featuring the late writer’s best essays and writings. The production has been adapted for the stage by Gerry and Mike Feinstein and directed by Charlotte Tiencken. Actors will include Jeanne Dougherty, David Mielke, Paul Shapiro, and Cate O’Kane with original songs and musical interludes provided by Kat Eggleston.
Note that “Kissing the Joy as It Flies: The Wit and Wisdom of Brian Doyle” differs from the February lecture, "Story-Catcher—the Life and Writing of Brian Doyle"Find out more »
March 10 | 4 pm
Advance Tickets: $18 Member | $20 Student & Senior | $22 General All Tickets at the Door: $24
The prodigious writer Brian Doyle, whose humorous and poignant prose earned him several prestigious awards and a national reputation, died of brain cancer in 2017 at the too-young age of 60. His voice lives on through his far-ranging stories, essays, and novels that are brimming with universal, life-changing truths. The evening will be moderated by Mike Feinstein and will offer a spirited discussion of his life and work with some of the people who knew him best.
Note that “Story-Catcher—the Life and Writing of Brian Doyle,” differs from the performance, "Kissing the Joy as It Flies: The Wit and Wisdom of Brian Doyle"Find out more »