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Community Events, April 2015
Acrobatic Conundrum, a contemporary circus arts company from Seattle, has been on tour throughout Northern California and the Pacific Northwest since early March. The troupe will perform their new show “The Language of Chance,” April 3, 7:30 p.m., at the theatre.
Beginning April 3, San Juan Islands Museum of Art's new weekly rotating exhibit, “Ugly Architecture through the Ages: A Subjective Study” will feature a different building each week that’s sure to engender conversation.
Saturday, April 4: First Saturday Naked Contra Dance, Grange Hall, 7 p.m. Some say contra dance is the most fun you can have with your clothes on, but now you don’t have to wear any clothes at all. Featured performance by hometown band, "The Cheeks". Free. Info, www.contradanceband.com
What do Goldilocks, the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood and other famous folktale characters have in common? Find out as the Friday Harbor Middle School players present "A Walk in the Woods," beginning Thursday, March 27.