Ellie Clapp uses a jigsaw to cut a piece of plywood as Girls Build instructor Stevia Eldritch observes during the day camp Wednesday afternoon at Lincoln Savage Middle School in Murphy.
By Zoe Morgan of The Daily Courier
MURPHY — Local girls are getting the chance to try their hand at woodworking, plumbing and automotive repair as part of a summer camp being held at Lincoln Savage Middle School.
Girls Build is in its third year and gives girls the opportunity to experience a variety of trades in a weeklong day camp. Girls ages 12 to 14 are participating in the camp running this week, while 8- to 11-year-olds will come next week.
JENNY GRAHAM/Oregon Shakespeare Festival From left, Niani Feelings, Alejandra Escalante, Tatiana Wechsler, Jennie Greenberry, William Thomas Hodgson, Stephen Michael Spencer, Daniel Jose Molina and Jeremy Gallardo make a game of courtship in "Love's Labor's Lost," now at the Elizabethan Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.
By Kathleen Alaks of the Daily Courier
Shakespeare's "Love's Labor's Lost" is not an easy play to bring off.
It's an early comedy with a convoluted plot — as well as various sub-plots and a play-within-a-play — along with complex language, puns and wordplay and an oddly ambivalent ending.
But the production that opened Sunday evening on the Oregon Shakespere Festival's outdoor Elizabethan stage gives this old play new life. Read More »
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