Vivace! Choral Program

Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 7th, 5 p.m.


Johnson Farm Archival Building

Tickets are $10 and will be available soon at the Island General Store/Cafe


Click on the link below to listen to some of the Vivace! Choral Program’s performances:


Anderson Island Ringers

Christmas Bell Choir Concert

Sunday, December 8th, 4 p.m.

New Time!

Johnson Farm Archival Building

This is the 2nd year in a row the choir will perform a Christmas program for islanders.  Entry to the event is free to all but we will be accepting donations to help with the bell choir’s expenses.  This will be an wonderful program and we encourage all to attend.

Art Class

Gaining Perspective on Perspective

January 16 and 17, 2020, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Lois Scholl Room, Chicken Coop #2, Johnson Farm

Lynne Jacobsen is doing a two-day workshop called: Gaining Perspective on Perspective.  It will be held on January 16 and 17 from 10AM to 3PM in the Lois Scholl Room at the farm.  Cost is $80 and covers both days plus supplies and lunch.  Class size is limited to 10.  This will be an intense look and hands on course focused on perspective and foreshortening.  Students will gain a good understanding of perspective and will have the chance to practice and master a complex detailed in depth drawing.  This class is going to assist students to add depth and skill to their drawings and paintings.   Class is filling up quickly, contact Lynne Jacobsen at 253-320-5571 to register.

Movie Showing

“Fire in Paradise”

Saturday, January 18th, 7 p.m.

New Time!

Johnson Farm Archival Building

The Anderson Island Film Festival will be showing “Fire in Paradise”, a PBS Frontline documentary, on Saturday, January 18th, 7 p.m., at the Johnson Farm Archival Building. Entrance will be free and we’ll ask for donations to cover costs. Net proceeds will be donated to the Anderson Island Fire Fighters Association.

With the one-year anniversary of the Camp Fire in the Paradise, CA, area having just passed we thought it would be a good idea to show this amazing movie for the citizens of Anderson Island. While the fire hazard here is not as serious as it is in Northern California we feel there are lessons that we can learn from their tragic experience.

Please come out and watch this incredible film.