A&E briefs — April 13, 2022

Christian writers group to meet

Local writers are invited to join Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers on Zoom, set for 6:30-8:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 21.

This month’s guest speaker, Darlene Panzera, will discuss how to create effective back cover copy for a book, a topic for both fiction and non-fiction writers. She will also share her newest venture, Aspiring Writer Academy (aspiringwriteracademy.com).

Join the meeting at tinyurl.com/2thsfuvn; no password is needed.

For more information, contact Sandy Frykholm at 360-461-6897. Information is also available online at facebook.com/groups/918277815360403.

Monday Musicale resumes concerts

The Monday Musicale group will resume its monthly offerings with a performance by Anna Nichols at noon on Monday, April 18, at The Queen of Angels Catholic Church’s Fellowship Hall, 209 W. 11th St., Port Angeles.

Nichols began her piano study at the age of 5 and has performed in Europe and the U.S. Her program on April 18 will include spirituals, blues and gospel jazz.

The public is welcome to attend the free performance.

For more information, leave a message for Becky Morgan at 563-650-3319.

Civic Minds + Creative Hearts

The Port Angeles Fine Art Center, 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd., hosts the next presentation from their Civic Minds + Creative Hearts series from 6-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 14.

Held in partnership with the Feiro Marine Life Center, the event invites community members to come together for an interactive evening of art, science and education, as the fine arts center brings its current exhibition, “Science Stories,” to life through research happening on the Olympic Peninsula.

“Science Stories,” now on display in the Esther Webster Gallery, is a project bringing together Pacific Northwest scientists and book artists to create engaging artists’ books that offer new ways to interpret science and to tell a story. The Civic Minds + Creative Hearts topic, “Local Water Systems,” was inspired by a project in the exhibit titled “Flow of Water” by water program specialist Rochelle Gandour-Rood and artist An Gates.

Tickets are $12 for PAFAC members and $15 for the general public and can be bought online at: pafac.kindful.com/e/civicmindslocalwater.