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10-year anniversary event scheduled for Quixote Village

Quixote Village, which recently opened its Shelton Veterans Village, hosts a 10th anniversary celebration from 3 to 5 p.m. Jan. 19 at its Thurston County village at 3350 Mottman Road S.W., Olympia.

The event includes light refreshments and a tour of the community. To attend, RSVP [email protected] by Jan. 15. Parking is limited, so carpooling is encouraged.

Quixote Village is a tiny home village that provides supportive services to 30 people experiencing homelessness in Thurston County. The village sprang from a self-governed tent-city in downtown Olympia.

Donate scrap Jan. 13 at Habitat stores

Habitat for Humanity stores in Shelton and Belfair will accept donations of scrap metal from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

All scrap items will be accepted, including broken appliances, wire, metal tubing, iron and car parts. The Shelton store will accept scrap only Jan. 13 due to a lack of storage space.

The Belfair store will have a bin available for scrap. The nonprofit organization states the proceeds will be used locally.

Actors wanted for Harstine Island play

The Harstine Island Theatre Club hosts auditions for the play "Crossing Delancey" by Susan Sandler at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Harstine Island Community Hall, 3371 E. Harstine Island Road N.

The show will be staged the first two weekends in April.

"Crossing Delaney" is the story of Isabel, a modern young woman who lives alone and works in a book shop. When she is not pining after a handsome author, she is visiting her grandmother, Bubbie, in Manhattan's East Side.

This irascible granny and her friend the matchmaker have found Isabel a "good catch," a gentle, unpretentious pickle vendor named Sam.

You do not have to be the age of the character, just be able to play it, the group states.

The role of Bubbie is a feisty, sharp-witted woman who immigrated to the United States as a young girl and is 70 years or older. Izzie is a bookish dreamer in her late 20s to early 30s.

Hannah the matchmaker is a wheeler dealer who loves to eat and is in her 50s.

Tyler is a well-known author, charming and self-involved and in his late 30s.

Sam is a pickle man and a poet, gentle and intuitive, and in his early 30s.

For more information, call Barb Hubbard at 360-427-4482.

Create tiny art piece for North Mason library show

The North Mason Timberland Library is inviting people of all ages to create an art piece from a kit provided by the library to be displayed during February at Tiny Art Show 2024.

The art kit includes a miniature canvas, paints and a brush. Create an art piece on the 4-by-3-inch canvas and turn it in by Jan. 31. The kits are available while supplies last.

 

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