For the third year, the Orcas Farmers’ Market is hosting a series of night markets on the Village Green.
Those passionate about the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival say it just gets better and better. And this summer marks its 17th year.
“La Rondine,” the ravishing romance from the world’s most popular opera composer Giacomo Puccini, screens as part of The Met: Live in HD Summer Encores at Orcas Center on Saturday, July 26, 7:30 p.m.
The BODāLO Trio will be performing at the next Brown Bag Concert on Wednesday, July 30 at the Episcopal Church at noon.
Doe Bay Fest is just around the corner, slated for August 7-11.
On July 19, the Library grounds were filled with kids eating Lopez Creamery ice cream. There was also music, face painting, bouncy house, and popcorn.
Almost Classical, Orcas Island’s “Orcas Has Talent” winners, will perform at the Brown Bag Concert at the Emmanuel Episcopal Parish in Eastsound this Wednesday, July 23, from noon to 12:30 p.m.
The Bobs; they’re new wave, old school, and cutting edge, a top quality a cappella quartet, and they’re returning to Orcas Center on Friday, July 25 at 7:30 p.m. with a fabulous show. At 5:30 p.m. before the show, join us for burgers and brew from the Lower Tavern in the Madrona Room, $15 at the door.
Orcas Islander Cat Gilliam is excited to be bringing her Seattle-based group Threshold Ensemble back for its second Playback Theatre performance on Orcas.
Celebrate summer with Music in the Park in the Village Green. Bring your picnic Sunday, July 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. and hear Orcas Has Talent winners “Almost Classical.”
Are you an adult beginning actor? Are you experienced on the stage but want to improve your performance skills? Then get ready to rumble.
Performing at the Brown Bag Concert at noon in Emmanuel Church on Wednesday, July 16 will be the all-Orcas Turtleback Brass Quintet.
The setting is Las Vegas 1960 for a tale of power, vice and corruption in the Metropolitan Opera’s smashing contemporary production of Verdi’s masterwork, “Rigoletto.” This screening at Orcas Center Saturday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m. kicks off the 2014 Summer Encore series.
The last year at the Orcas Center has featured a wide span of theatrics from the lively cabaret of “Enchanted Forest” to the British mystery “39 Steps” to the heart-wrenching yet spectacular “Moulin Rogue” performance.
Come and step into the illusory moments of plein air painting captured by local artists.
Would you like to attend a fabulous concert at the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival, but need babysitting services?
The Actors Theater announces the second play in their “Summer at Random Howse” Readers Theater/Dinner Theater series. Next up is Jeffrey Hatcher’s award winning play “Three Viewings.”