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  1. Schack-toberfest: Glass Pumpkin Festival

    September 12, 2019, 10:00 AM - September 22, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Schack Art Center

    Schack-toberfest: Glass Pumpkin Festival September 12 -22, 2019, hours vary by day Free Admission Sponsored by Klein Honda of Everett This urban patch is filled with 1,000+ colorful glass pumpkins handcrafted in the Schack’s own glassblowing studio, as well as harvest-themed art and gifts. Additional activities include: Make Your Own Glass Pumpkin sessions, Activities for kids on Sundays 1-4pm, and Pints & Pumpkins for 21+. Hours vary by day, please visit website for schedule. https://www.schack.org/events/schack-toberfest/

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  1. Sea Songs, New and Old

    September 14, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Main Library

    William Pint and Felicia Dale give a free concert of traditional and contemporary nautical songs Whether they are singing contemporary songs with maritime themes or the old sea shanties of the Age of Sail, Pint & Dale deliver a high energy performance with dynamic vocals and exciting instrumental fireworks. Early music to modern – traditional to contemporary, heart wrenching to downright silly. It’s hard to believe that two people can make so much music. Felicia Dale was raised on Vashon Island, the daughter of a sea captain. She is steeped in the songs of the French seafaring tradition, as her mother was Parisian and her first language French. William Pint’s love of seafaring music led him to form such foundational Northwest Bands as Morrigan, and Copperfield. For a time he played with the band Ellipsis, which combined minimalist, folk, and classical pieces.

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