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June 28, 2018 | View PDF



Sound of Light set at LaCrosse

The Sound of Light with the Palouse Science Discovery Center will come to the LaCrosse Library on Tuesday, July 3, at 10 a.m. and the Uniontown Library on Friday, July 6, at 10:30 a.m. Families and people of all ages are invited to see how energy can be changed from one form to another. In addition, learn about the amazing discoveries that led to Alexander Graham Bell’s invention photophone, a device that allows you to transmit the sound of your voice using light!

Whimsy exhibit set for Dahmen

The Dahmen Barn July exhibit, “The Art of Whimsy ” will open July 1 and continue through July 29. An opening reception will be Sunday, July 8, from 1-3 p.m.

Resident artists Mary Lou Wayne, Lewiston, and Carole Galloway, Lenore, create sculptures using clay and found objects.

Wayne is well-known for her amazing Santa Clauses, but she also does trolls, angels and holiday-themed characters.

Galloway creates miniature nativity scenes and fairy garden sculptures. For the exhibit she has also created garden wreaths embellished with found objects and her clay creations.

Ukuleles arrive at Neill Library

Three ukuleles have been donated to Neill Library courtesy of Ukulele Players of the Palouse.

Neill will debut its ukulele collection at a musical kickoff celebration Friday, June 29, at 5 p.m. in the library’s Hecht Meeting Room with the group performing at 5 p.m. and a hands-on workshop for all ages and skill levels at 6 p.m.

Healing art set at Dahmen

WSU grad Danica Thurber turned her experience of losing her father during her childhood into a series of art classes to help others who are working through the grief process. Classes are hosted by the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown and will take place every Saturday in July from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Classes are for those who have/are experiencing grief and are looking for a safe, supportive and creative way to move forward. Focus is on the art-making process, not therapy. No previous art experience is necessary to participate.

Choose one or more classes. Cost is $20 per class with all materials provided.

Topics will be July 7- Getting past the blank canvas; July 14-Letting the tears come; July 21- Finding beauty in the seasons and July 28-Make a Memory Box.

CLUBS & YOUTH GROUPS

Rosalia Garden Club

Rosalia Garden Club placed roses on display Tuesday at the Rosalia Library. They will be on display through today, Thursday, during library hours. An added display this year will be topiaries made by garden club members out of dried plant material.

Club members recently toured two outstanding gardens in Cheney. Bob and Betty Gingrich's garden specializes in flowering perennials in an overall color-coordinated landscape. It also contains a blend of rocks and a water feature.

John and Joellene Taves' garden features many raised beds with an automatic drip water system along with a lot of fruit trees and grape vines. It also includes a large rose garden that is just starting to bloom.

Next Rosalia Garden Club meeting will be July 11 at Terrie Tucker's home where members will tour her garden at 6 p.m.

For further information, contact Penni Barringer.

 
 
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