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BURIEN ARTS GALLERY WALL @ HIGHLINE HERITAGE MUSEUM

What: Reinhardt Hollstein exhibit. The works featuring musical artists include music clips.

When: March & April 2021 (from March 5 onward)

Where: Burien Arts Gallery Wall, Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA.

Cost: Free to view Burien Arts Gallery Wall

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What: Works by Lezlie Jane

When: May & June 2021

Where: Burien Arts Gallery Wall, Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA.

Cost: Free to view Burien Arts Gallery Wall



ZOOM ART CLASSES FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH

What: Burien Arts first-ever Zoom art classes for children & youth

When: Starting Sunday, March 21, 2021, and continuing every Sunday @ 3:00 PM

Where: In Zoom.

Cost: Free

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ZOOM ART CLASSES FOR CHILDREN  4-12

What: Learn to tint paint, draw a flower & paint without cleaning your brush. Class is about one hour long.

When: Every other Sunday @ 3:00 PM until further notice

Where: In Zoom

Sign-up: Enroll here

Cost: Free

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ZOOM ART CLASSES FOR YOUTH  13-18

What: Learn to paint an acrylic landscape. Class is about one hour long.

When: Every other Sunday @ 3:00 PM until further notice

Where: In Zoom

Sign-up: Enroll here

Cost: Free


SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK

In collaboration with the City of Normandy Park, the Normandy Park Arts Commission, and the Washington State Arts Commission, we have scheduled two shows for Shakespeare in the Park this summer with a common theme of braving the storm:

Saturday, July 31 @ 7: 30 PM: Backyard Bard, an evening of abbreviated versions of The Tempest and Twelfth Night

Saturday, August 7 @ 7:30 PM: Midsummer Night’s Dream

Click here for more information on the plays.

Where: Marvista Park, 19900 4th Avenue SW, Normandy Park, WA 98166. There are restrooms, ample parking, and a very nice children’s play area. Distancing of family groups on the grass & masks will be required.

Driving Directions: Drive south on First Avenue South. Turn right on 200th (just after the Normandy Park Town Center mall). Drive two blocks. The park is on the right.

Cost: Free

Our plans are contingent on the status of COVID-19 regulations at that time.


What: Seven local business owners told their stories in seven minutes each on the theme “The Kindness of Strangers” in a Zoom event on March 26. A video of the event is coming soon on the 7 Stories channel on YouTube

When: Soon.

Where: 7 Stories YouTube Channel

Cost: Free