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Anne Waters' solo art show is now hanging at Salt and Iron Restaurant in Edmonds. It will be there thru the month of June. She is showing 18 acrylic waterscape paintings. https://annewatersart.com
Where:
Salt and Iron Restaurant
321 Main Street -Edmonds, WA 98020
425-361-1112

Handcrafted bowls, the brushes and glazes are all provided for the cost of $54.35 each (includes tax). After you glaze your bowl, the firing process begins and afterwards you go home with your bowl. This year we are also offering a larger bowl is being offered for $81.53 (includes tax). Pick a date & Reserve your space 
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Mothers Day Weekend | Friday May 10 – Sunday May 12 (10 am – 5 pm)

Encore Weekend | Saturday May 18 – Sunday May 19 (10 am – 5 pm)

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Earth Day is a worldwide annual event celebrated on April 22 in more than 193 countries to demonstrate support for environmental protection. The Earth Day Network coordinates these global events. The theme for this year (49th year) is "Protect our Species"

Rachel Carson (1907 - 1964) Marine biologist, environmentalist and writer Rachel Carson was born on May 27, 1907, in Springdale, Pennsylvania. Carson first alerted the world about the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides. She grew up on a Pennsylvania farm, which gave her a lot of first-hand knowledge of nature and wildlife

A wise man once said, If a man’s wealth be measured in grains of rice, he could hold all the riches of the world in his hands. Okay, so that man was an idiot. He was also my Uncle Larry, and he died penniless – unless you count the 850 boxes of Minute Rice found in his basement after his funeral................. Read the complete article at View from the Bleachers

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