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Classic children’s tale comes to life on stage

Hansel (Cayden Bateman) tastes a piece of a candy-covered house while Gretel (Kendal Stout) momentarily looks the other way. Photo by Scott Graves / Curry Coastal Pilot

Brookings Harbor Community Theater’s junior production of “Hansel and Gretel” opens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, for a two-weekend run at the Harbor Performing Arts Center.

This version of the classic tale features Hansel (Cayden Bateman and Landon Cole) and Gretel (Kendal Stout and Kaitlyn Ross) being sent into the woods. Along the way they encounter some folk — including an arrogant troll (Caleb McKay) who fiercely guards his little wooden bridge, a talking owl (Emmy Armstrong), a forest sprite, and two hobgoblins in the service of the nasty and hilarious witch (Isabel Navarro). 


Club announces train schedule

A girl looks on in delight as a train passes by in the Stout Mountain Railway Garden.

Stout Mountain Railway Club is on track for another busy year of trains riding the rails.

Most of the trains will be running at the Stout Mountain Railway Garden in Stout Park along Oak Street.

The first event will be the Pink Train Limited on Sunday, Feb. 14. For a donation of $200 to CC’s Clothes for Cancer a business or organization can have their name on a pink train car. 


Brookings native tracks weather for blog

Dan Schreiber, who grew up in Brookings, enjoys weather forecasting and keeping his explanations simple. Submitted photo.

When he was a child, Daniel Schreiber used to follow the weather for a very practical reason.

“I’ve been interested in the weather since I was a kid,” he said, “I was always tracking the waves to figure out which beaches to surf,” said Schreiber. Spending his early years in San Diego, Schreiber quickly began following the way weather patterns are connected to ocean tides, and his curiosity soon grew.


Swingin’ at the Grange

Dixieland Rangers, which performed in Azalea Park last summer, will provide dance music at the Grange Thursday night.

Dixieland and big band dance sounds performance by the Dixieland Rangers will fill the Chetco Grange Community Center Thursday evening, Jan. 21.

Doors open for the dance at 6:45 p.m. with music performed from 7 to 9 p.m. 

“This is a great chance to escape from the rain and dance to the sweet sounds of swing, Dixieland and others,” said Sandy Griffith, event organizer.


Curry library project party set Saturday

A bequest by the late Harald Haug will help make an addition to Curry Public Library a reality. Submitted photo.

GOLD BEACH — Friends of Curry Public Library will host a kick-off event to add a new meeting space and technology lab onto the library. 

The Harald Haug Library Learning Center launch will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Curry Public Library, 94341 Third St., Gold Beach. Everyone in the community is welcome. 


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