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  1. EXHIBIT: Allure of the Fish

    January 10, 2019, 10:00 AM - January 31, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Schack Art Center

    EXHIBIT: Allure of the Fish featuring Joseph Rossano January 10 - 31, 2019. Artist reception: Thursday, January 17, 5-8pm. Exhibit features the artwork of Joseph Rossano, whose work is influenced by his passion for protecting our natural resources and improving salmon and steelhead habitats in the Pacific NW.

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  2. EXHIBIT: Salmon School Ambassadors

    January 10, 2019, 10:00 AM - February 23, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Schack Art Center

    EXHIBIT: Salmon School Ambassadors January 10 - February 23, 2019 Artist reception: Thursday, January 17, 5-8pm. With the help of Joseph Rossano we are celebrating the 40 glass artists who have volunteered countless hours to School: The Joseph Rossano Salmon Project. This exhibit is an opportunity to thank these talented makers for their environmental advocacy and showcase their individual artistic talents.

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Everett Public Library Calendar

  1. Celebrate Winter with British Ritual Dance

    January 13, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Main Library

    For the seventh straight year Everett Public Library and the Mossyback Morris Men invite the public to help drive away the winter blues and celebrate the new year. Looking like deranged chimney sweeps, the Mossyback Morris Men perform an ancient British form of ritual dance called “The Morris,” which celebrates the good earth and its seasons. Their spirited dances include large sticks which they clash together, handkerchiefs for flicking the devil in the eye, suspenders, colored streamers and jingling bells on their shins. Depending on the dance, they might don antlers or ride a hobby horse. The Morris is a colorful mix of street theater and dance that has been performed for centuries to spread good cheer within the darkness of winter. Mossyback Morris has danced in the Puget Sound region since 1980. After their performance, the group will greet the audience and happily answer any questions about the Morris, life, and the universe.

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