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Kazoos on Vacation with Rick Hubbard in Beaufort: Family concerts in ARTworks’ theater July 27, August 3, August 10 at 7:30 p.m. Rick Hubbard the Kazoo Guy will perform his wonders on stage at ARTworks this summer. For a wallop of family fun, admission is Pay What You Can ($5 minimum) and kids under 6 years old are free. Rick Hubbard’s hit family show of Music, Comedy, and Fun is where your kids are the stars and the kazoos are free — because we’re on vacation while the bubble canon works overtime. Rick Hubbard celebrates more than a decade of providing positive family entertainment throughout the United States, and every moment has been KAZOOBIE! Rick invented the word, “kazoobie,” to describe his performance. It means “exceptional, fun, and involving everyone.” Audience involvement is the key, and no entertainer in America gets more audience members into the show than Rick Hubbard. ARTworks is the community arts center of Beaufort and is located at 2127 Boundary Street 29902, in Beaufort Town Center. For more, visit www.ArtWorksInBeaufort.org or call 843-379-2787.


Classes at Carolina Stamper: Barbara McGuire, Polymer Clay Artist will be giving polymer clay cane and encaustic wax classes:

• Ultimate Petal Sunflower Brooch Class:

Friday, July 12, 12 to 3:30 p.m., $55.

• Trunk Show & Evening Make ‘n Take Sunny Flowers: Friday, July 12, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., $20.

• Encaustic Wildflowers Class: Saturday, July 13, 12 to 4 p.m., $75.

Call Carolina Stamper at 522-9966 to register and get a supply list. View samples at www.facebook.com/carolinastamper.


‘Goin’ Down the River’ Book Signing: Beaufort author and photographer Janet Garrity will be signing copies of her book “Goin’ Down the River, Fish Camps of the Sea Islands” at McIntosh Book Shoppe, 917 Bay Street, Beaufort, on Saturday, July 20, 12 to 3 p.m., during Water Festival. The book is full of dramatic photos and clever  writings, which make this coffee-table style book a slice of Lowcountry history. “Sea Island fish camps are a very old, generational tradition that is part of being raised on these waters,” said Garrity. For information about the book signing, call McIntosh Book Shoppe at (843) 524-1119. For a preview of the book, or to order a copy, go to www.garrity.com.


July & August in the gallery at ARTworks: Treasure Sale: A variety of art by a variety of artists; all sales benefit the community arts center. The gallery is always free to browse Tuesdays-Saturdays and special events. 2127 Boundary Street, alongside BiLo and Beaufort Bookstore. 379-2787.

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