Help us Paint the Nutcracker set!
Come join us as we paint a new Land of the Sweets and Snow Scene at the old Alpine Experience building downtown until October 15th. We will be painting most weekdays as well as some evenings and Saturdays. All skill levels are welcome. Most will be paint by numbers style of painting and some will be cutting, gluing and adding netting to the cut out drops.
We are painting some evenings and Saturday and Sunday afternoons. There is a sign up sheet in the studio to sign up to come paint. The building is on Olympia and Adams St. downtown, 1 block from Children’s Museum. There is free street parking evenings and weekends, daytimes there are lots of metered parking near by (the parking spaces in the lot are leased to the Children’s Museum and are not available to us). Wear paint clothes, and bring a water bottle, it does get warm in the afternoon.
If you have questions, just email Jill!
Volunteer with The Barre
YOUR TIME AND TALENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Throughout its forty year history, Ballet Northwest has relied on volunteers to make its productions successful. The Barre, our volunteer society, is always looking for volunteers willing to distribute posters, assist with sets, and help at rehearsals and shows. If you are interested in joining, please email The Barre Principals Andrea Doyle, Michele O’Brien, Robin Phipps, and Sylvia Swasey.
Become an Usher. If you would like to volunteer as an usher for Ballet Northwest’s performances, you must attend training at the Washington Center. Once you are trained, you are eligible to usher for two years and can sign up for all Washington Center events. For more information, contact: Chad Carpenter – Event Services Director Washington Center for the Performing Arts email 360-753-8585 x107