Things to Do Week of December 3 to December 9

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Hard to believe it’s December already and I’m starting to see Christmas lights on many homes and on some boats in the harbor.

What a beautiful place we are lucky to live in. With the rainy weather we have been having and what I see in the forecast I hope you are able to enjoy the following:

“Winter is the King of Showmen” at IMA Nov. 29- Dec. 22
“Winter is the King of Showmen” continues at the Islands Museum of Art November 29 through December 22. This impressive exhibition features the work of 48 artists from San Juan, Orcas, Lopez and Waldron Islands who are members of the Museum’s Visual Artist Registry.
Mediums include sculpture, paintings, jewelry, photography, pottery, glass work and more. Islands Museum of Art, 232 A Street (just above the ferry lanes). Hours: Thursday-Sunday 11-5.

Island Stage Left presents “A Walk in the Woods” ends Dec. 9
Celebrated playwright Lee Blessing’s A Walk In The Woods tells the story of an improbable friendship, as two people attempt to understand each other across an ideological divide.
Full of humor and tension, the play invites us to consider the differences and similarities between psyches and societies, war and peace, man and woman as the process of peace-making becomes the basis of a friendship.
Island Stage Left presents A Walk in The Woods November 9 through December 9 at Roche Harbor Pavilion, 248 Reuben Memorial Drive on San Juan Island.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday evenings with matinees at 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Admission is free, donations are greatly appreciated.

Curious Comedy Tour Dec. 7 at San Juan Community Theatre
The Curious Comedy Tour returns to the San Juan Community Theatre on December 7 with a new twist: comedian Bill Robison. The Tour wowed families last year when juggler Matt Baker and magician Steve Hamilton joined forces for a one-of-a-kind variety show.
This time, Robison will take Baker’s spot and share his “penchant for the absurd and reckless sense of abandon” with islanders; Hamilton will return with his marveling magic.
Performing for more than 25 years, Robison’s physical comedy sweeps audiences along on a non-stop, family-friendly journey that intertwines comedy mayhem and audience participation with wacky music, characters, costumes and sound effects. Together with Hamilton’s spontaneous magic, the two promise “one hilarious show for all ages.”
The special family night of comedy also features free popcorn and soda, courtesy of the Community Arts Theatre Society (CATS).
The Business Partner for this performance is CATS. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for student reserved. $5 Student RUSH will be available at the door. The SJCT Box Office is open Tuesdays-Fridays, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and one hour before any performance. Call 360-378-3210, or visit www.sjctheatre.org

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