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Arts & Entertainment • The Chronicle • June 12, 2013

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Molson marks midsummer The Chronicle MOLSON – The Molson Midsummer Festival is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15, in the community east of Oroville. The event includes a car show, entertainment, food, vendor booths and games. A “fun walk” – at a more leisurely pace than a fun run –

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is planned, along with May Pole dance and disc golf. The community of fewer than 25 residents usually swells to more than 200 for the event. This year’s is the 18th festival. Festivities take place near the Molson Grange Hall, 520 Molson Road, and the Molson School Museum. A mid-morning parade also is planned.

Art in the Park comes to Omak The Chronicle OMAK – Original artwork and live music will be featured during the 39th Kiwanis Art in the Park arts and crafts fair June 15-16 in Civic League Park, next to the Omak Public Library, 30 S. Ash St. Artists will offer artwork, pottery, wooden toys, confections, embroidery, knives and other items. Paint the Town, Artists of the Okanogan’s third annual painting event, runs in conjunction with Art in the Park. An apple bin decorating contest and library book sale also are planned. Art in the Park runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 15, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16. It features items for sale, artists demonstrating their crafts, food booths, prize

drawings and entertainment. Saturday entertainment in the Omak Centennial Bandshell starts at 10 a.m. and continues through 5 p.m. Bud McSpadden will be a wandering minstrel. Sunday entertainment starts at 11 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m., when the Paint the Town awards ceremony is planned. For Paint the Town, participants are asked to paint pictures of their favorite spots in Omak. The paint-in runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, with finished paintings due by 7 p.m. Paintings will be exhibited the next day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Art in the Park. People attending Art in the Park can vote on their favorite decorated apple bins, created by clubs, organizations and businesses. Bins will be on display.

A student-made dodo bird sculpture, above, and a glass mosaic, right, have been added to the art garden outside Okanogan High School. The sculpture was carved in styrofoam by Okanogan High School student Nate Downey and cast in aluminum by Steve Love at the Beyer Foundry in Pateros. The form for the base was built by Dawson McCoy and Taylor Kramer, both Okanogan students. The base is cast concrete and consists of three books stacked on top of each other. The spines say “READ — don’t be a Dodo.” Students removing letters from the concrete form are Jesus Zepeda, standing, and Nate Downey, left, and Eric Weekly and Winter Joseph, sitting. The glass mosaic, right, was designed by Josie Heindselman. She and Zoe Cheeseman did much of the work on it. Other students who helped were Jasmin Ayers and Taylor Kramer. Winter Joseph, Eric Weekly and Bruce Weigel helped install it.

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