Way before he became known as a “karaoke master,” Dwayne Carpino was involved in the music business.
“Next to Normal” is a deeply moving, Pulitzer Prize winning piece of theater; it opens at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Uptown Theatre, 1300 Jadwin Ave.
“Hollywood Hillbillies” a comedy about family differences opens on the Grandview Middle School stage, 1401 W. Second St., at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. An additional performance is scheduled Saturday.
The art of painting Indian elephants and giraffes in watercolors will be offered at the Allied Arts Gallery, 89 Lee Blvd, May 6.
“James Otto Unplugged” will be presented at the Perham Hall at the Old Warehouse, 703 Railroad Ave., at 8 p.m. Sunday.
The Sunnyside Christian High School cast of “Up the Stage Over” opens at 7 p.m. today with a cast of 12 drama students under the director of Candace Bosma.
Come July 1, Sunnyside Christian School will have a new elementary principal and a new school superintendent.
A science expo in the city park is set from 10 to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Four members of the Extra Mile Student Center’s Leadership Team had have accepted college offers for the higher education following graduate in June.
Gardeners have until Friday to order Soroptimist geraniums and wave petunias.
Four High School students have been selected to attend Evergreen Boys State and Evergreen Girls State by Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of The American Legion and Unit 57 of The American Legion Auxiliary.
In less than two weeks, Adrian Gallardo will undergo brain surgery for a birth defect that had troubled the 20-year-old man since he was an eighth-grader.