The Morning Interview

Wind Chimes, songwriters, heart health on tap for weekend


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Jeff Budd, with the Greater Sitka Arts Council, discusses tonight’s performance of the Haunted Wind Chimes (7 PM at the Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahídi), and Saturday’s songwriter contest (7 PM at the Performing Arts Center). Click here for a full schedule of ArtiGras events. Cindy Edwards, with the Hames Center, outlines Sunday’s “Fine Hearts Camp,” 4-6 PM Sunday.

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