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Holiday railway display

Onlookers watch G-scale trains pass by models of Brookings businesses that are sponsors.

The Stout Mountain Railway Club has set up a holiday train display at the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center. It is open from 1 to 6 p.m. daily through Christmas Eve, Dec. 24. Admission is free. 


Dance

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Dancers strike a pose at the end of their performance to “Footloose.”

The Azalea Middle School gym was filled with the sounds of tunes from musical productions Saturday and Sunday when The Dance Zone and Music=Life studios presented a recital.

Dancers ranging in age from 3 to 17 presented performances dedicated to numerous Tony and Oscar award-winning musicals, according to Cherita Wilson, dance and voice studio owner.  

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Stagelights presents holiday music Saturday

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Greg Goode, right, directs the Crescent City Children’s Choir at last year’s concert. The group will return.

The Harbor Performing Arts Center will be filled with the sounds of holiday music during Stagelights’ fifth annual Community Christmas Concert.

The event will feature six local musical acts‚ including a children’s choir and a ukulele group, at the Harbor Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Dec. 20,

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Under the lights

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A volunteer sets up a sculpture in the distance during the daylight, at which time support framework can be seen as well as the many electrical wires and support cables that bring Nature’s Coastal Holiday to life for the nighttime show.

Currently in its 18th year, Nature’s Coastal Holiday, the elaborate Christmas light display at Azalea Park, has grown from a local tradition that attracted local visitors to a regional holiday attraction that draws visitors from as far as Eureka and is estimated to bring in 15,000 visitors this year.

Brookings real estate agent Bryan Tillung is the chairman of the event. He, along with a committee of 11 members, meet year-round to plan the event. The committee includes Tillung, Lorie Botnen, Pam and Steve Deraita, Moira Fossum, Dorlene and Klaus Gielisch, and Dianne and Tim Rettke. 

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Holiday music to fill Harbor auditorium

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Ukuladies and a Few Guys, which is performing for the Ellensburg Theater Company’s Holiday Revue in Gold Beach this weekend, will be moving their instruments to Harbor for Saturday’s concert.

Stagelights’ fifth annual Community Christmas Concert will feature six local musical acts‚ including a children’s choir and a ukulele group, at the Harbor Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Dec. 20,

The family-friendly event begins at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. with a suggested donation of $5 per person. All proceeds will benefit Stagelights’ music education and outreach programs. 

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