Bellevue resident’s work to be shown

Bellevue resident Joy Prescott will receive a Certificate in Fiber Arts this June from the University of Washington Extension Program.

  • Wednesday, May 28, 2008 12:00am
  • Life

Bellevue resident Joy Prescott will receive a Certificate in Fiber Arts this June from the University of Washington Extension Program.

Her artwork will be presented with others in the program in a group exhibition from June 5 through June 30 at All City Coffee, 125 Prefontaine Place S., in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.


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