Concerts and holiday fairs: now through mid-Dec. Dec. 1 to Jan. 1 • At the Third Annual Rosario Festival of Trees, local nonprofit organizations decorate holiday trees in the Moran Mansion at Rosario for the public to vote on their favorites.
Windham Hill artist Jeff Johnson is once again bringing the Orcas community his annual Celtic Christmas Special.
The Olga Symphony returns to the Orcas Center stage for two nights of post-Thanksgiving revelry, Friday and Saturday Nov. 29-30 at 7:30 p.m. Kick off the holiday season with the festive and slightly irreverent edge of the Olga Symphony in what has become a holiday tradition for many.
The Orcas Choral Society is presenting its winter concert, a holiday treat for more than 30 years.
“Land of the Sweets: the Burlesque Nutcracker” is coming to Orcas Island for a one-night show at the Seaview Theatre. Now in its seventh season, the full-scale event sells out during multiple runs at the Triple Door theatre in Seattle.
This Saturday, Nov. 30 is Orcas Island’s first Children’s Christmas Market.
National Theatre Live’s Encore airing of Alan Bennett’s acclaimed play “The Habit of Art” with Richard Griffiths, Alex Jennings and Frances de la Tour screens at Orcas Center on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. The play is directed by long-term Bennett collaborator Nick Hytner.
The Local Showcase series started as a way to involve the numerous local musicians on island in Orcas Center performances.
Singer, dancers, musicians and performers of all kind, it's time to get your act together for Orcas Has Talent 2014. Organizers have just released the dates for the upcoming shows.
Eight musicians from Orcas High School’s String and Band Classes attended this year’s Senior Honor Festival at Blaine High School on Nov. 4.
Conrad Wrobel and Bruce Bosley are Eastound-based filmmakers. Their company, Rumored Productions, offers a “How To Make A Zombie Movie Class,” a program for children ages eight to 12.
Islands A Cappella presents choral works composed by artists from the 16th century to modern times in its program “Sing Me to Heaven.” The concert is on Friday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m. at Rosario Resort.
“Rock on the Rock Singers” and “Musical Theater Youth Troupe” are returning to the Orcas Center for a holiday concert directed by Grace McCune.
The camera can capture the beautiful, unbelievable and awe-inspiring. The upcoming Wild and Scenic Film Festival provides a look at the “unicorns” of Japan, a man’s fight to save the planet with weed-eating goats and the rescue of a humpback whale tangled in fishing nets.