Open House

Orcas Center 917 Mt. Baker Road, Eastsound

Save the date! Open House Saturday, Sept 18th - 1-4pm Thanks to the loving efforts and hard work of our amazing volunteers,

An Evening with George Winston – POSTPONED!

Orcas Center 917 Mt. Baker Road, Eastsound

George Winston is undeniably a household name. He’s inspired fans and musicians alike with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums. A tireless road warrior playing nearly 100 concerts annually, live performance for Winston is akin to breathing. Winston’s music is evocative, offering us all a chance to take a step back from our perpetually busy lives and let our minds adventurously wander.

Tickets go on sale Sunday, August 29th


Links to ticket sales will be announced in our weekly newsletter.
Contact info@OrcasCenter.org to be added.

DJ Spooky – Rebirth of a Nation

Orcas Center 917 Mt. Baker Road, Eastsound

In 2004, artist-composer Paul Miller, aka DJ Spooky, re-edited director D.W. Griffith’s problematic 1915 silent film as “Rebirth of a Nation.”  Rebirth of a Nation is a culturally significant project that examines how exploitation and political corruption still haunt the world to this day. Look through the lens of DJ Spooky’ s unique art of mixing. Mr. Miller will be joined on stage by “Tres Voci”, local artist consisting of Pamela Wright, Holly King, Scott Heisinger, and guest Violinist Dr. Rachel Bishop. 

$30

Audition Notice: Pride and Prejudice

Orcas Center 917 Mt. Baker Road, Eastsound

Auditions for the upcoming production of Pride and Prejudice, directed by Dorrie Braun, will be held Sept. 27 - 28, and Oct. 4-5. 6pm - 9pm Come be part of the classic tale of love, in a time when security and success were paramount motivations for marriage, and love was a luxury that was rarely afforded.

Audition Notice: Pride and Prejudice

Orcas Center 917 Mt. Baker Road, Eastsound

Auditions for the upcoming production of Pride and Prejudice, directed by Dorrie Braun, will be held Sept. 27 - 28, and Oct. 4-5. 6pm - 9pm Come be part of the classic tale of love, in a time when security and success were paramount motivations for marriage, and love was a luxury that was rarely afforded.