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C10 *:o The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe The Weekender Wednesday, Santa needed lecture at Heiner Hall, Whatcom Com- munity College. ARLINGTON -- The Downtown At the workshop Brookes will discuss Arlington Merchants are seeking Santa the basics of small-scale design an how Claus to be in Arlington for photos and to to use structural elements to create func- listen to children's wishes on Saturdays tional, small-scale spaces. The evening through December. lecture is on 20th century garden design Anyone interested in being and beyond. Santa should call Lila at 360.403.7369. Preregistration is required. Members of the Whatcom Horticultural Society pay $30 and nonmembers pay $40. Call for volunteers Call Janelle Gavin at 360.676.1073. Tickets to the evening MARYSVILLE -- Artists and art lecture will be sold at the door, $10 for enthusiasts who would be willing to sit members and $15 for nonmembers. on a committee to work with the City of Marysville and create a percent for the arts program should call Lily Lien at the mayor's office, 360.651 3000. MOUNT VERNON -- Karen Harper The ad hoc committee would pro- will teach classes on wreath making at pose some kind of funding mechanism Christianson's, 15806 Best Rd., in Mount and establish criteria for selecting art, Vernon 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. and debate whether to include perform- 25 and at the Stanwood store 11 a.m. to ing arts in the plan among other issues. 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26. Class fee is $5 and preregistration is required. The wreathmaking machine can be reserved by those who know how to use it already. ~J~ 360.466.3821. ARTS Campus Club SEATTLE -- The Seattle Symphony has introduced a new program, the Campus Club, for students with valid student ID. Members of this club pur- chase tickets on the day of the concert for just $10 and after attending four con- certs, the fifth is free. In addition to the reduced ticket price, Campus Club members also receive weekly email notices of ticket availability, advance notice of Seattle Symphony events, a private tour of Benaroya Hall, and a ten percent discount at Symphoni- ca, the symphony store. ~i~ For information call 206.215.4747 or email CLASSES CONTESTS Garden design BELLINGHAM --- A British author, lecturer and garden designer, John Brookes, will lead a garden design work- shop Monday, Nov. 27, from 1 to 4 p.m. Best Western Lakeway Inn, Sehome Room, 714 Lakeway Ddve, in Belling- ham. He will also present an evening Corrosion control SEATTLE -- Washington Sea Grant Program Marine Advisory Services and the Poulsbo Science Center are cospon- soring a class on marine corrosion con- trol for boaters on Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Marine Sci- ence Center, 18743 Front St. NE, in Poulsbo. Topics include galvanic corrosion, stray current corrosion, case histories of problems, and ABYC and NFPA stan- dards. Class fee is $25, due in advance of the class. 206.543.1225. MEETINGS MARYSVILLE -- Marilyn Williamson is guest speaker at the Community Lighthouse Fellowship Meeting, Tues- day, Nov. 28, 7 p.m. at Jennings Park Plus get FREE Long Distance i when calling from your Verizon Home Area. "oet tlo., .t speee of So=,,d., 4 , 151 4th St., Behind "Amen7 Christian Bookstore M-F 9 a:m!,6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m,-4 p.m. ! Avei ,(425) 422,1561 M-F 10 am.. 5p.m, l t=a.s = ...... NCUA Barn. Fellowship meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of every month. Marilyn and her husband have just returned from Columbia, where they served as missionaries for the past five years. MARYSVILLE -- Artists and art enthusiasts in the greater Marysville area are invited to get involved with the Greater Marysville Artist's Guild, which meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first Wednes- day of each month at the Jennings' Park Barn in Marysville. For information call guild presi- dent Sheila Harrington Stump at 360.658.2727. Seeking art for phone directory ARLINGTON ~ The Greater Arling- ton Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking proposals for cover designs for the 2001 telephone directory. Proposals should depict some aspect of the greater Arlington area and must be delivered to the chamber office, 120 N. Olympic Ave., by Thursday, Dec. 14. The selected proposal must be com- pleted for printing by the end of January. A bio of the selected artist will be includ- ed in the inside of the directory. For information call Sarah Arney at 360.435.5757. Seeking mature women in the visual arts SEATFLE -- A two-step process will be used to select annual recipients of the Artist Trust Lifetime Achievement Award for Women Visual Artists. First a statewide call for nominations, followed by a selection panel review. The $10,000 award is given annually to a woman age 60 or over who has dedicat- ed a significant portion of her life to her art practice. Nominations will be accepted from anyone wishing to submit eligible candi- dates and fulfill all requirements of the nomination process, which includes sub- mission of a resume or biography and supporting visual materials. Nominators may submit only one nomination each year. To requestion a nomination form call Artist Trust at 206.467.8734. Folklife artists SEATTLE -- All applications to par- ticipate as an artist at the Northwest Folklife Festival in 2001 are due Jan. 11, 2001. Screening takes place January 27 at the Seattle Center's Northwest Rooms. Applicants will receive a map prior to the jury. To request an application call Folklife at 206.684.7300. Seeking artists, vendors, musicians MOUNT VERNON --- The Downtown Business Community of Mount Vernon is seeking artists, craffers and musicians who would like to participate in the Skag- it Valley Tulip Festival Street Fair, April 20, 21 and 22. Jurying will be held Feb. 3, 2001 at the Skagit County PUD meeting room in Mount Vernon. For information and a prospec- tus, call 360.336.9277. Musicians should send photos, tapes, and personal information to Rick Epting, c/o Argus, P.O. Box 589, Burling- ton, WA 98233. Call for sculpture BELLINGHAM -- Bellingham Parks and Recreation has announce a call for sculpture for the annual international sculpture exhibit at Big Rock Garden Park, a beautiful two-and-a-half acre garden in Bellingham. The goal of the annual exhibit is to showcase sculpture that is appropriate for public places or private gardens. The city intends to acquire some of the works for permanent installation. Entries will be accepted until March 12 and the juries decision is announced March 26. Accepted works must be delivered to the park in April and the show opens May 13. For information call Bellingham Parks and Recreation at 360.676.6985. Artists in Residence OLYMPIA --- Applications are now available for artists wishing to teach their craft to youth in Washington state schools through the Washington State Arts Commission Artist in Residence Program. Visual artists, writers and per- formers as well as folk artists and art scholars experienced with working with young people are eligible. For information about the pro- gram and to request an applicatioo call 360.753.3861. PUBLIC NOTICE North County Bank is relocating their main office from 5200-F 172nd Street NE, Suite 103, Arlington, WA 98223 to 16419 Smokey Point Boulevard, Arlington, WA 98223. Any person wishing to comment on this appli- cation may file his or her comments in writing with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at its regional office located at 25 Ecker Street, Suite 2300, San Francisco, CA 94105 not later than December 14, 2000. The non-confidential por- tions of the application are on file in the region- al office and are available for pub- COUNTY BANK lic inspection during regular busi- ness hours. Photocopies of the non-confidential portions of the application file will be made avail- able upon request. Secret Garden EVERE'I-F -- Auditions for "Secret Garden" will be held 2 to 5 p.m. Nov. 25 and 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 26 at the Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby, in Everett. Roles are available for two women, four men, a girl and a boy, plus addition- al actors as narrators. Auditions are by a prepared monologue or reading from the scdpt For information call Harriet Saunders at 425.334.1674. Joseph and his amazing coat EVERETT -- Auditions will be held Nov. 27 and 28 for a children's choir for the Village Theater's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." The production is sched- uled for Jan. 5 to 21,2001. Auditioners should be 8 to 14 years of age and must be able to sing and dance. 425.257.6363. Mister Handsome SEDRO-WOOLLEY -- Auditions will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 16 and from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dec. 17 for parts in "Mister Handsome" at the Skagit Com- munity Art Theatre, on the top floor of City Hall at Woodworth and Murdock in Sedro-Woolley. Parts are available for two men and two women ages 30 plus. For information call Marilyn Pin- quoch at 360.293.3478 or Judy Hendrix at 360.588.0805. contest forl MONTEREY -- bands, combos, vidual musicians are for cash prizes, trophies, and a c val High School All chance to play at Festival. The competition 8, 2001 at the site of the Monterey is held in September. To enter the corn combos and groups superior or first val within the past 12 musicians do of a band to enter. Deadllines for entries $ 2001 for big bands for vocal groups; April 7 f For information a call Stella LePine at 831; 302 or email to City Band MARYSVILLE -- The l Band rehearses from 7 t Thursdays in the School band room. to those who ments, all ages, For information Liz Van Dyke Amateur photos OWINGS MILLS, MD -- The dead- line to enter the International Library of Photography's International Open Ama- teur Photography Contest is Jan. 31, 2001. Send one 8-inch-by-10-inch or smaller color or black and white photo- graph to The International Library of Photography, Suite 101-9009, 3600 Crondall Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117 or enter online at Art contest OWINGS MILLS, MD --- Dec. 31 is the deadline to enter the national Annual Art Competiition hosted by Arts and Kids. Some of the artists who enter will be recognized through the publication of their work. Cash prizes and scholarships will also be awarded. Send artwork, any style and any media to Arts and Kids, Suite Suite 101- 2112, 3600 Crondall Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Artworks will not be returned. For information call 410.581.5900 or check the website at SEATTLE -- The deadline for sub- missions to the fourth annual Washing- ton State Screenplay Competition is Dec. 11. Entries will be accepted from screenwriters nationwide and Canada. At least 75 percent of the script must be filmable in Washington state, as the pur- pose of the competition is to encourage film production here. There are seperate categories for full-length features and short scripts. Winners receive $1500 with two runners up receiving $500. Cost to enter is $35 per script. For applications call 206.728.8530. MARYSVILLE --- Tl~e Parks and Recreation seeking volunteers and would like to help groom nic shelters or do make Marysville parks I: Mike Robinson, park ager, at 360.651.5086. Volunteers ARLINGTON --" Care Center is unteers to help care for injured and and birds. The four hours a their choice during opeP 10 p.m. daily. 360.629.4847. Help ARLINGTON Arlington Fabric store, or donations of "Wrap Them profit organization to I1 of the wodd. The to collect and create ( needy children can be wrapped in For more gram, call website at MARYSVILLE "~ makes quilts for ill, abused children, in distributed by vice in Everett. Call 360.659.7198. Space for Community Center i,' cial events for facilities, and adds a s family 36C REDUCE USE, We need Committed Adult Volunteers... SAI WlLDLIF[ C[ R In Arlington. Work 4 hours, 1 day per week. All shifts available, feed babies, clean cages. Will train. Call Judy: (360) 629-4847 or (360) 435-4817 i iI~I 9 Flexib.le lut=ons _.SO. toflnal toce your areams, *Call for more information. Certain restrictions apply. On Approval of Credit Everett 425-297-1 002 or 1-800-456-6481 EXT