My family and I ate at Spiro’s this evening. Had a great dinner for 4 … kids eat free marinara spaghetti, $20! That included drinks. Strolled down Harborview and stumbled into Java & Clay Cafe. Amongst a very small crowd of 6 other patrons, a gentleman performed live acoustic guitar. We copped a squat on the comfy couch and relaxed … until the wee one got restless 🙂 Afterwards, we crossed the street to the Jeresich dock to appreciate the moored boats and unbelievable waterfront homes. Jelly fish floated and crab pots were reeled in yielding little critters too small for boiling. All this with no coats! It doesn’t get much better than that. Life is good … in Gig Harbor.
Okay, time to venture out of Gig Harbor. This is a worthwhile event worthy of the $4 toll ($2.50 if you’re good to go:). Visiting Artist Summer Series: Davide Salvadore Saturday, June 19, 2010 – tell a friend 10:00 am–5:00 pm at Museum of Glass Davide Salvadore was born into a family of glassmakers in Murano, Italy and is a master of traditional Venetian glass working. He founded and manages his own studio, Campagnol e Salvadore, where he mixes his lampworking and glassmaking skills in inventive ways to create a distinctive and expressive body of work. Museum of Glass.
If you like theater, check out the weekend debut of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Paradise Theatre in Gig Harbor starting at 7:30pm and again at 3pm on Sunday. Join the Paradise Theatre group on Facebook.