- Support locally grown art! Don't miss the on Friday, April 13 at the , 6-9pm. Our talented artists are on hand with their special garden-themed work. All art is certified to be pesticide free, locally grown, and guaranteed to delight! Denny Croston, metal sculptor, ceramicist Kerstin McKee, and multi-media artist Carol Ross will be on hand to chat with patrons about ideas for displaying art in the garden. Additional artists who will host their work include: Judy Salas, Gail Baker, Erika Carter, Deby Harvey, Susan Walker, Steph Mader, Irena Jablonski, Craig Breitback, Sandi Bransford, Qun Zuo, and Suzanne Tidwell. The gallery is full of blooming works of art ready for the gathering. The event is free and open to the public with light refreshments available.
- Do you have a teen who's interested in the arts? This would be a good time to check into Museo Art Academy's Summer Intern Program. Each intern will have a dedicated mentor who is responsible for their education plan and growth throughout the program. This mentor collaborates with the teen to develop experience and knowledge goals. Your mentor will also be by your side to provide ongoing guidance and feedback that is critical to learning. Fun Fridays: Interns are invited to attend 1pm – 4pm Friday workshops, free of charge.For additional information or to request an application, email MuseoArtAcademy@live.com.
- Don't forget the ongoing exhibit at artEast, , and the ongoing show at Village Theatre, .
- a free program for Sammamish residents 55 and older, begins Monday, at the EX3 Teen Center. The seven-week printmaking class will explore a variety of techniques and runs from 10 a.m. - noon. This cool offering makes me wish I was 55!
- Don't miss , a fun free event to celebrate National Poetry Month. The event is next Saturday, April 14, but space is limited so register now. . (I'll be at Mom's weekend with a college student on the other side of the state, so let me know how much fun you have!)
- Calling all Sammamish men! More male readers are needed for The ACT Theatre’s community reading of The The performance date is April 19. Here is a list of the characters still needed: Young Lad - Early 20s, an unemployed young man Robert Lyons - Late 30s/early 40s. Robert is from London and was the Master of Painting at Armstrong College. George Brown - 50s, a miner Oliver Kilbourn - early 30s, a miner Jimmy Floyd - late 50s/early 60s, a miner Harry Wilson - 60s, a dental mechanic. Sammamish residents looking for a fun, interactive experience are encouraged to volunteer as readers. No experience is necessary, and no rehearsals are required. Interested individuals can contact the ACT Theatre to volunteer at email@example.com.
- Don't forget the ongoing exhibit at Sammamish City Hall, , and save the date for the (which has just added new speakers to the roster).