I have to say that working from home has its benefits. I’m surrounded by my family, Tommy the cat is slung over my arm (which makes typing a challenge), Deane my husband/artist is reading beside me and my two golden retrievers Rooster and Rascal are resting quietly. The evening is a beautiful temperature and the windows are open to welcome the cooler breeze that today’s storms have provided. I can feel the wind and I can hear it even before it arrives, it speeds up with each new burst of energy. I hear dozens of different sounds; cat purring, the barns swallows chirping and swooping, the sparrows, the mourning doves, robins, and geese. These are the sounds of the Coteau.
This reminds me to remind you that the Capture the Coteau exhibition ends this week. In fact, Wednesday will be it’s last full day. If you want to see it before I begin to break it down please stop in Tomorrow between 9 am – 5 pm. The exhibit will be open until Friday but will be abbreviated for a weekend event.
Another not-to-be-missed program will be this weekend’s production of Rumpelstiltskin directed by Missoula Children’s Theater in conjunction with Arts Center Summer arts students. There are two performances on Saturday, July 28, 3:00 and 7:00 pm. Tickets are $7 for a family, $5 for adults with kids FREE. Performance takes place at the Jamestown High School Auditorium.
Everyone is welcome to attend … Even if you aren’t family. It’s an amazing achievement for these kids as they have only one week to learn lines and pull off the entire production. So stop by and give them the applause they deserve!