The Great Northwest Glass Quest takes place Friday through Feb. 26.
During glass quest, "clueballs" are hidden at a variety of host businesses and in community sites around the Stanwood-Camano area.
Participants find the clueball and return it to the location identified inside for an authentic limited edition glass "snowball," handmade by glass artist Mark Ellinger.
Event booklets identifying where the clueballs are hidden will be available at the Stanwood and Camano Chamber of Commerce offices, and at Gallery by the Bay in Stanwood and Seagrass Gallery on Camano Island starting Friday.
For complete information on The Great Northwest Glass Quest, go to www.thegreatnwglassquest.com.
In addition to the treasure hunt, ForteMDA, a local center for music, dance and art, is hosting a finale event during the last weekend of glass quest.
ForteMDA is inviting the public to see a short play, a musical performance and artwork.
The finale event is Feb. 25 and 26 at ForteMDA, 1095 Essex St., A-1, Camano Island. For a map and directions, go to the website at fortemda.com or call 360-207-4632.
On tap will be:
•David Lee Howard, who will sing and play solo acoustic 12-string guitar from 3 to 5 p.m. Feb. 25 and 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 26.
Matt Riggins & Sarah Mickelson, founders of The Red Foot Theatre Company, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 a one act play entitled "Extinction" written by Michael Wallace.
Other artists including painters, photographers, glass and craft artists.
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