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Old Town to showcase artists

A variety of artwork, like this eagle photo by artist Ken Vining to be featured at Olympic Veterinary Hospital, will be on display during the Old Town Silverdale Art Walk March 13. - Courtesy photo
A variety of artwork, like this eagle photo by artist Ken Vining to be featured at Olympic Veterinary Hospital, will be on display during the Old Town Silverdale Art Walk March 13.
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This quarter’s Old Town Silverdale Art Walk is March 13 with an artists’ reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is free to the public.

The following eight venues will host 10 juried artists:

• Silverdale Port Authority — Terry Nokell

• Monica’s Waterfront Bakery & Café — Germaine Austin and Bonnie Rae Mills

• Lisa Stirrett Glass Art Studio — Suhyoon Cho

• Olympic Veterinary Hospital — Ken Vining

• Linda’s Knit n’ Stitch — Timothy Johnsrude

• Bayshore Spa — Tiffany Williams

• The Backdoor Gallery (Two Bits Barbershop) — Caitlin Matthews

• Jeanette’s Old Town Flowers — Margie Stanley and Gerry Langland

The following locations with host independent galleries:

• Kitsap Arts

• Central Kitsap School District

• The Backdoor Gallery (Two Bits Barbershop)

• Company of Friends

• Old Town Custom Framing & Gallery

Six Old Town Silverdale businesses will offer promotions during the artists’ reception:

• Lisa Stirret Glass Art Studio — wine served by Grape Expectations

• Jeanette’s Old Town Flowers — free roses

• A Company of Friends — 30 percent off a Beanpod candle

• Kitsap Arts — drawing for one month of free classes

• McGregor & Co. — drawing for a $50 gift certificate

• TeeDee Company — drawing for a $35 gift certificate

Monica’s Waterfront Bakery & Café will offer a free taste of its house wine or free cookie in exchange for donations to the local food bank and homeless outreach. The business also will offer free coffee.

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