People are invited to come out to the terraces of Terrace Park, 809 E. Fifth St., at 6:30 Thursday evenings in August for live music.
Food concessions will be available at the park.
The concerts feature the folk group Terry Holder Trio tonight; the rock and roots group Wild Snohomians on Aug. 9; All Mixed Up, an 1980s tribute band on Aug. 16; and the Latin sounds of Alma y Azucar on Aug. 23.
Blue Stilly Players offer drama program
Children age 9 to 12 are invited to take a drama course courtesy of city of Arlington and the Blue Stilly Players.
Only a dozen spots are offered.
Students train together during August and then will perform at 1 p.m. Sept. 1 in Legion Park as part of the Arlington Farmers Market.
The instructors have designed an original script based on Aesop's Fables, offering each student a starring role.
Seven classes and a performance day are included in the $10 fee, and scholarships are available.
Classes are 7 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 9, 16, 23 and 30 and 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 11, 18 and 25 at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club.
To register, call 360-403-3448.
Special Olympics team needs members
The Arlington-Darrington Special Olympics Bowling Team is seeking new participants to join the team.
Bowling starts Sept. 15 at Rocket Alley in Arlington.
More info: 360-436-1127
Darrington: Sauk Ave. project continues
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin said construction work on Sauk Avenue this month should not cause major disruptions to traffic flow in town.
Sauk is the major street that leads from Highway 530 to the Darrington Community Center.
The work includes a new waterline, paving and sidewalks.
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