Best Bets: Sehome High presents musical version of Robert Fulghum's 'Kindergarten' book


Sehome High School presents a musical version of "All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten," based on Robert Fulghum's book of the same name, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 13-16, at the school's Little Theatre, 2700 Bill McDonald Parkway.

Fulghum was a Unitarian Universalist minister at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship from 1960 to 1964, and was a founding member of the authors' collective band The Rock Bottom Remainders. In his best-selling book, he lists lessons normally learned in kindergarten and conveys how the world might be improved if grown-ups followed the same principles, among them: play fair, share everything and live a balanced life.

All ages will enjoy the performance of theatrical storytelling, monologues and music in a funny, insightful, and heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life.

Vicki Chaney directs. Tickets available at the door, $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors.


PhotoLUSH 2014, a regional gathering of professional photographers, takes place Friday and Saturday, March 14-15, at Broadway Hall at Holly Street and Broadway and at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal.

The educational and networking opportunity features some of the best photographic and video talent from Bellingham and Seattle. Presentations on business, marketing, art, and technique will be joined with hands-on demonstrations and model shoots for all participants.

The workshop begins at 5 p.m., Friday, March 14, at Broadway Hall, with inspiration, training, a print salon, and a reception for photographer and vendor networking. Saturday is a full day of training by local leaders in the industry and will include a fashion photo shoot, photography technique demonstration, technology wizardry, business lessons, laughter and more. Clinton James of Clinton James Photography and Aaron Nelson of Evantide Photography are producing PhotoLUSH 2014.

Details: 360-223-0889.


Bellingham School District's early release schedule on Wednesdays give rise to the age old question, "What should we do today?" Finally, there is an answer: Uptown Art Studio has a program geared toward these students.

The studio is located at 23 Bellwether Way, #101 in Bellingham. Classes for kids will be held every Wednesday between 2 and 5 p.m.

Those interested in attending can look at the studio's website to find an interesting painting, then register for the event.

The price for each child is $27.50.

Parents are welcome to stay and assist their children. Parents wishing to paint alongside their children should call ahead for special arrangements, 360-733-1471.

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