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Songs of Joy, Hope and Freedom

Kim and Reggie Harris will perform Friday, Nov. 13, at Crescent Elk Auditorum in Crescent City. Submitted photo.

CRESCENT CITY —  Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) presents the second performance of its 33rd season — Kim and Reggie Harris with “Songs of Joy, Hope and Freedom” — at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, in Crescent Elk Auditorium, 994 G St.  

The Harrises combine a folk and gospel legacy with a background in classical, rock, jazz and pop music. As acoustic musicians and storytellers, they have been “walking the talk” for more than 30 years, performing both modern and historical songs that explore social issues and proffer positive messages, according to Holly Austin, DNACA executive director.


Harvest party

Children fish for prizes in a mock pool.

The rain and fog didn’t seem to matter as hundreds of revelers showed up to load up on fun and sweets at Brookings Church of the Nazarene Harvest Party Saturday night.


Trio plays at Harbor Grange

The Accidentals will perform Friday at the Grange hall in Harbor.

The Accidentals, an indie folk-rock trio, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, at the Chetco Grange Community Center in Harbor.

Tickets are $10 and available at the Curry Coastal Pilot office, 507 Chetco Ave., and at the hall, located at the corner of Highway 101 and Zimmerman Lane.


Musical opens

Children peform a scene from the musical “Enchanted Sleeping Beauty,” which opens Thursday for two weekends at the Harbor Performing Arts Center.

Thursday is opening night for Brookings Harbor Community Theater’s musical “Enchanted Sleeping Beauty” at the Harbor Performing Arts Center, 97900 Shopping Center Ave. 

The play, adapted by Vera Morris and with music and lyrics by Bill Francoeur, features the king and queen of Never Nod and their new new baby, Princess Briar Rose, who falls under the evil curse of witch Evilina, who lives with a giant spider.


Bounty at Chetco Grange Farmer’s Market continues into winter

Chelsea Taomina of Ocean Air Farms of Fort Dick weighs a bag of beans for a customer Wednesday.

Shoppers at Wednesday’s Farmer’s Market at the Chetco Grange hall in Harbor will continue be treated to a bounty of homemade items through the winter, it was announced recently.

The market was pulled inside the grange for the first time Wednesday, and will stay inside for the season.

But the array of items offered — produce, jewelry, goat cheese, infused oils, leather goods, eggs, meat, ready-made tamales and breads among others — will remain the same.

“It’s been good,” said Linda Stimson, who coordinates the market. “It’s been really good.”


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