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Young people show a Variety of Talent

Violinist Avi Gaston accompanied performers during the evening but, on her third appearance, performed a solo to “Disconnect/Waiting for the Dawn.”

Youngsters between the ages of 10 and 20 gathered Saturday and Sunday and one by one brought their routines to the Rogue Playhouse stage to provide an hour-and-a-half of entertainment.

The Young People’s Variety Show — hosted by the Ellensburg Theater Company, produced by Valerie McGillivary and directed by Geri Kendall — included youth from Gold Beach and Brookings who performed in front of a packed house.


Kicking off a new year of events


The Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk will be back in swing from 3 to 6 p.m. March 14.

As usual, there will be lots of art to see, live music and special events — and all of it free, according to a news release.


The art of Dance

Dance instructor Camarea Freeman begins and ends dance on a stool during concert.

Brookings’ newest dance instructor Sky-Marie McDonald showed her skills during a dance concert Saturday at the Chetco Playhouse.


Rated with the finest

Harbor Fire Department volunteers gather for a group photo outside Harbor Cafe following awards banquet.

Harbor Fire Chief John Brazil presented plaques to members of the volunteer fire department at its annual awards banquet, but perhaps the highest award was given to the residents of Harbor.

According to Brazil, the Insurance Service Office’s (ISO) Public Protection Classification Program has increased Harbor’s rating from the Class 4 to Class 3 — making it the highest rated department in Curry County. The improved classification may reduce the annual premiums on homeowners’ insurance.


World War II comes to life in musical

CRESCENT CITY — When folks enter Crescent Elk Auditorium next week, they’ll be transported to a palm tree-dotted paradise. But bringing the tropics to Crescent City took Lighthouse Repertory Theatre’s set designers, painters, actors and musicians countless hours of hard work.

Rehearsals for LRT’s production of “South Pacific” started Jan. 5 and have been held four nights a week since. Set designers have spent Saturdays recreating Bali Ha’i, Emile de Becque’s plantation and the naval hospital. 


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