From our neighbors: Shoreline Arts Festival this Saturday, Sunday — and here’s the schedule

From our friends at Shoreline Area News comes the weekend schedule for the Shoreline Arts Festival, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday:

Saturday, June 23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, June 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Shoreline Center
18560 1st Ave. N.E., Shoreline
Shoreline Room Stage

10:40am                    Welcome
10:45-11:15am          Shoreline Senior Singers
11:30-12:00pm         Awards Presentation
12:15-12:45pm         Hokulani’s Hula Studio & The Kupunas
1:00-1:45pm              Baile Glas Irish Dancers ($150)
2:00-2:45pm              Bailey’s Traditional Taekwon Do College
3:00-3:45pm              Filipiniana Dance Company
3:50-3:55pm              Horizon Pom Team
4:00-4:45pm              Nonesuch English Country Dancers
4:50-4:55pm              Horizon Pom Team
5:00-5:45pm              Melody Institute, Chinese Dance
12:00-12:45pm         Three Generations, Native American Dance
1:00-1:45pm              Spoken Word Poetry
2:00-2:45pm              Ocheami, African Drumming
3:00-3:45pm              Filipiniana Dance Company
4:00-4:45pm              Brian Ledbetter Magic
Showmobile/Outdoor Stage

12:00-12:45pm         Choir of the Sound
1:15-2:15pm              Morning Star Korean Cultural Center – Samulnori (Korean percussion)
2:30-3:30pm              Peter Joon Park – P’ungmul (Korean percussion) Workshop
4:00-4:45pm              Rhythms of India – sponsored by the King County Library system
5:00-6:00                   Batiste Dabke Group – Middle Eastern Dance
12:00-1:00pm            Mansung Samulnori of Tacoma – Korean percussion Performance
1:15-2:15pm              Peter Joon Park – P’ungmul (Korean percussion) Workshop
2:45-3:45pm              Around the Sound Community Band
4:00-4:45pm              Lion Dance Group – Taiwanese Folk Dance
A Library2Go! mini-bookmobile will be at the Festival all day on Saturday. Each vehicle carries approximately 1,500 library items for all ages including books, audiobooks, DVDs and music CDs that are available for check out at each stop. Stop by and visit!
Organization Booths
Dandylyon Drama
Shoreline High School Alumni Class of 1961
Shoreline Solar Project
Hands On Art Projects
Under Large Tent:
Duct Tape Wallets and Luggage Tags
New Zealand Koru Painting
Morse Code Beaded Bracelets
Decoupage to Your Dreams Light Switches
Fish Prints
Plexiglas Portraits
Community Hands On Stations:
NW Collage Society Room
Printmaking with April Richardson
Just Frogs
Shoreline Historical Museum Rubbings
Kruckeburg Garden Art
North City Co-op Preschool Hands On
The Missoula Children’s Theatre is performing in the north auditorium – tickets required

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