The Four Elements: Water-Wind-Fire-Earth, a collaborative jazz piano and photography concert, Saturday, Nov. 4, at 5 p.m, a benefit for the local food pantry; at Cannon Beach Community Church, 132 E. Washington St., in downtown Cannon Beach. The Four Elements: Water-Wind-Fire-Earth is a collaborative piano and photography concert, featuring Jazz Pianist David Robinson and Thomas Robinson’s Nature Photography projected upon a big screen.

This event is a benefit for Cannon Beach Food Pantry (also sponsored by Community Church). Please bring a donation of canned food or a cash donation to support the food pantry. This event is open to public and is part of the fall Steinway Grand Piano Concert Series, celebrating the new Steinway grand piano purchased this summer.

During the 30th Stormy Weather Arts Festival, Cannon Beach Community Church will host the Palette Puddlers Fall Art Show, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3-4.

The Palette Puddlers, a group of professional women artists, will be showing and selling original works of art in a variety of mediums, including watercolor, lino-block prints, acrylics, mixed media, oils and pastels. Since the early 1990s, The Palette Puddlers have been painting together as a community of artists at Cannon Beach Community Church. Every Monday, rain or shine, they paint together at Community Church. During their weekly painting meetings, they provide mutual support, critique artistic efforts and share the joy of creativity, as well as just have a great time.


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