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    APRIL 20, 2017 // 17
Author offers a new
book on big wave surfer
Afternoon Live will present
an encore performance of
Everything Fitz!, a popular
family band with energetic
fiddle-playing and per-
cussive step-dancing, at 2
p.m. Sunday, April 23 at
the Raymond Theatre (323
Third St.).
The band’s stage show,
which has roots in Canadian
old-time fiddle tradition and
Ottawa Valley step-dancing,
combines diverse musical
styles, such as “traditional
jigs and reels, bluegrass, jazz
and swing standards, Celtic,
gospel and novelty numbers
as well as intricate choreo-
graphed dance routines,”
‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ auditions in Tillamook
TILLAMOOK — The Tillamook
Association for the Performing
Arts will be holding auditions
for the play “To Kill a Mock-
ingbird” at 2 p.m. Saturday,
April 22, and 2 p.m. Sunday,
April 23, at the Oregon Coast
Dance Center (106 Main Ave.,
The stage adaptation by
Christopher Sergel contains
the same warmth and humor
as Harper Lee’s 1960 novel
while tackling the story’s
themes of racial inequality and
innocence lost.
The association is looking
12 men and eight women,
including roles for one girl and
two boys.
according to press materials.
Tickets are $15 at the
door, $12 in advance at the
Theater, Raymond Pharmacy
and South Bend Pharmacy.
For more ticket information,
call 360-875-5207.
Karbo, the award-winning
author of a new book about
big wave surfer Garrett
“GMac” McNamara, will
visit Seaside Library’s
Community Room at 7
p.m. Thursday, April 27.
Beach Books will host a
book sale and book signing
there as well.
Karbo’s book, “Hound
of the Sea: Wild Man,
Wild Waves, Wild Wis-
dom,” is “the thrilling and
candid memoir of world
record-holding and con-
troversial Big Wave surfer
Garrett McNamara as he
chronicles his emotional
quest to ride the most for-
midable waves on earth,”
according to press mate-
McNamara set the
world record for the sport
in 2011, when the rode a
78-foot wave in Nazaré,
Portugal. He broke that
record two years later at
the same break.
Karbo, who lives in
Portland, has written sev-
eral books. Her essays and
short stories have appeared
in Elle, Vogue, Esquire and
The New York Times.
The event is presented
by Friends of the Sea-
side Library. For more
information, visit www. or call
T he
Frank lin
A partm ents
Coaster Theatre Playhouse
Directed by Richard Coon,
the show will run July 14
through 29.
An audition flier with more
cast and production infor-
mation is available at www. For
additional details, email info@, or call
Coon at 503-842-4678.
May 5 - 28, 2017
Former Oregon
poet laureate visits
SEASIDE — Paulann Peters-
en, Oregon’s poet laureate
from 2010 to 2014, will read
at Beach Books at 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 22.
A former Stegner Fellow
at Stanford University,
Petersen’s poems have
been published in Poetry,
The New Republic, Prairie
Schooner and Wilderness
Tickets $20 or $25
Shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday May 7 & 21
shows at 3:00p.m.
Sponsored by Becker Capital Management
Paulann Petersen
Tickets: 503-436-1242 or
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