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A special First Friday as this father/son duo entertain our eyes and ears.
Artist Steve Wellman, noted sculptor and painter, has shown his work in numerous exhibitions in Texas, Montana, Oregon, California, and now Washington. Most recently Wellman featured his work at the Public House in Missoula, MT. The installation of reverse glass paintings and his “Art Guitars” exemplified Wellman’s work as a painter and multi-media sculptor. Wellman’s "Sonic Structures” are created under the alias “Steve Silver Tone”; he also creates music under the alias “Sonic Caveman.”
Antonio Wellman creates music that is experimental yet approachable, combining elements of the avant-garde, jazz and pop music. The resulting performance is eclectic and unpredictable.
Entertainment from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Come early to grab a seat. As always, outside food is welcome.
A psychologist in suburban Cleveland, Dustin is drifting through his forties when he hears the news: His adopted brother, Rusty, is being released from prison. Thirty years ago, Rusty received a life sentence for the massacre of Dustin’s parents, aunt, and uncle. The trial came to symbolize the 1980s hysteria over Satanic cults; despite the lack of physical evidence, the jury believed the outlandish accusations Dustin and his cousin made against Rusty. Now, after DNA analysis has overturned the conviction, Dustin braces for a reckoning.
Meanwhile, one of Dustin’s patients gets him deeply engaged in a string of drowning deaths involving drunk college boys. At first Dustin dismisses talk of a serial killer as paranoid thinking, but as he gets wrapped up in their amateur investigation, Dustin starts to believe that there’s more to the deaths than coincidence. Soon he becomes obsessed, crossing all professional boundaries—and putting his own family in harm’s way.
From one of today’s most renowned practitioners of literary suspense, Ill Will is an intimate thriller about the failures of memory and the perils of self-deception. In Dan Chaon’s nimble, chilling prose, the past looms over the present, turning each into a haunted place.
Join us at the winery for an evening of sign painting and wine. Cost of the class includes all supplies to make your sign, one glass of wine, and a sweet treat. The class starts at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7th at the winery. Sign up here.
When paying include what sign you want to paint and what base color you prefer for your sign. You will decide on paint colors for lettering and other accents during the class. A rustic frame can be added at the time of the class for an additional $5.
Sign choices include: 1. Everything happens for a Riesling, 2. I make pour decisions, 3. Lord, give me coffee to change things I can and wine to accept the things I can't, 4. Love, 5. Go to work, come home, drink wine, forget, 6. You had me at Merlot.
Base color choices include: A. Brown, B. Gray, C. White, D. Black
Signs are approximately 11.5” by 17" and is ¾” cabinet grade plywood. Class is limited to 15 people. The class is taught by Shelli Dickinson of Liberty Lake Designs.
First Friday is heating up at the winery. Our featured artist for March is Maxwell Brown and this month accompanied by music by the talented Robby French.
Artist Max Brown is based out of Spokane, Washington. He has been painting since a child (self-taught) and enjoys the creative process. His works are generally inspirational, impressionistic, thought provoking, and calming.
As always, come early to grab a seat. Music starts at 5. Outside food is welcome.
Olive Brewster is a scaredy cat. She doesn't do new or risky. She’s happy enough with her job at the local market, it’s cool that she has no boyfriend to fret over, she even likes that she still lives in her childhood home. No drama, no fuss, no problems. Everything is fine. Super duper fine.
Except … Olive's best friend in the worl, Birdie, is dying.
Birdie has one final wish. She wants to track down her first love, Chuck, and because she's stuck in the hospital she needs Olive's help to do it. But there’s a teeny problem: Chuck is somewhere in New York and Olive has never even left her home town, let alone roamed the crazy streets of Manhattan.
As if the big city isn't scary enough, Olive has to contend with Seth, a cocky comedy TV writer who thinks she’s a joke; Anders, a bored socialite who’s taken a shine to her; and the fact that no matter how hard she tries to track down Chuck, he doesn't seem to want to be found.
Can Olive learn to overcome her fears, abandon her old safe routine and fulfill her best friend’s last wish? It's going to take extra bravery, one badass attitude and a whole lot of big sexy love to make this happen …
Everyone is welcome to attend and it's not a requirement to read the book.