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Arlington: Help out with Nativity Festival
The Arlington Nativity Festival is a new, non-denominational Christmas event for all ages set for Dec. 8, 9, 10 and 11 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 17222 43rd Ave NE. Admission is free.
People are encouraged to donate artwork and nativities to be displayed at the festival, which will include live music and a variety of activities. Musicians willing to donate their performance time to provide Christmas music also are encouraged to participate and asked to email clsouthworth@gmail.com for more information.
All pieces will be labeled and watched to ensure the nativities are returned to their owners, organizers said.
More info: www.arlington nativityfestival.org
Granite Falls: Library to show documentary
The Granite Falls Library will host a screening and discussion of a new PBS documentary, "Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness," on Monday.
The hour-long documentary tells the story of residents of a Long Island village taking action after a local immigrant is killed in a hate crime attack by seven teenagers.
The screening is set for 6 p.m. at the library located at 815 E. Galena St. The discussion following the movie will be about what local residents can do to stop hate in their community. It will be led by Managing Librarian Jude Anderson.
This screening is part of Sno-Isle Libraries' "Issues That Matter" series. Libraries in Oak Harbor and Freeland held "Not In Our Town" screenings and discussions in September. The screenings and discussions are funded by the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation.
More info: 360-691-6087
Stanwood: Sign up for Glass Quest
Camano Island and Stanwood area business owners have until Wednesday to sign up to participate in February's Great Northwest Glass Quest.
More info: 360-387-8300 or email Doris Platis at seagrassgallery@live.com.
Stanwood: Breakfast fundraiser Sunday
Stanwood Masonic Center's Bikes for Books program plans to host a fundraiser breakfast beginning at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Stanwood Masonic Center 27205 102 Ave. NW.
Breakfast, with eggs, hot cakes, French toast, bacon, sausage, ham, juice, coffee and milk, goes for $5.
Trafton: Kick up your heels at dance
The Trafton School Community Center is the place to go Saturday for folk dancing and square dancing.
The "Kick Up Your Heels" event for all ages is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 12616 Jim Creek Road. Admission is $4 to pay teacher Christine Titus. No partner or experience is required.
A finger-food potluck also is planned.
More info: TraftonCC@gmail.com
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