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Grow your garden with a
Master Gardeners workshop
PHOTO BY PATRICK WEBB
The River City Playhouse in Ilwaco, Wash., is home to the Loyalty Days Follies.
Auditions for Loyalty Day Follies
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
ILWACO, WASH. — Audi-
tions for The Loyalty Day
Follies — a show featuring
a variety of vocal, instru-
mental and comic talents
from the area — takes
place 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, April 27, at the River
City Playhouse, 127 Lake
St., S.E. Ilwaco, Washing-
ton.
The show itself will be
held 7 p.m. Friday, May 5, at
the Playhouse. A portion of
the proceeds will be donated
Live
Presents
Everything
Fitz
They’re back!
A family band of
award-winning fiddle
and open step
dance champions.
to the Loyalty Days Chil-
dren’s Parade.
This marks the fourth
consecutive year that Loy-
alty Days Weekend on Long
Beach Peninsula begins with
the Follies, a family-friend-
ly, all-ages event.
Among other acts,
youngsters from Ocean Park
and Long Beach Elementary
School will play piano and
sing.
Vocalists should bring
sheet music. Piano accom-
paniment is available at both
the audition and the perfor-
mance. Patriotic songs are
not required, but community
and family-oriented material
is welcome.
For anyone unable to
come to the April 27 audi-
tion or in need of additional
information, contact Barbara
Bate, accompanist and co-
ordinator, at bategofish@
gmail.com, call 360-665-
4421 or text her at 360-244-
5566.
ILWACO, WASH. — Look-
ing to create or enhance
a garden landscape this
spring?
Washington State
University’s Master Gar-
deners of Pacific County
will present a workshop,
“Sustainable Gardening
by Propagating Plants,”
10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday,
April 22, at the Columbia
Pacific Heritage Museum,
115 S.E. Lake St..
Participants — who
must bring a small knife
— will learn how to
propagate plants with stem
cuttings. The workshop
will give gardeners stem
cuttings to take home.
From 10 a.m. to noon,
gardeners will have a
chance to ask a Master
Gardener plant-related
questions and bring them
plant problems. (Gar-
deners are encouraged
to bring samples of their
plant problems.)
A plant and garden sale
is from 10 a.m. to noon
in a tent stand outside the
museum. Japanese hon-
eyberry shrubs, quaking
Aspens, peonies and coir
will be available.
For more information,
contact Elena Righettini at
mrighettini@yahoo.com.
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• Dr. Steven Hill
• Willapa Veterinary Service
• Lornett Apartments
Sunday
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2 pm
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or phone (360) 875-5207
240 11 TH STREET
ASTORIA, OR 97103
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