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Originally published Thursday, April 16, 2009 at 12:00 AM

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Travel notes

Uno Fest celebrates solo theater

Theater festival in Victoria takes place in May.

Uno Fest — Canada's oldest festival dedicated to one-person theater — will take place May 20-31, offering live comedy, drama and dance from around the world. Produced annually by Intrepid Theatre, the festival includes more than 20 shows highlighting the work of established artists and fringe favorites. See www.intrepidtheatre.com.

Washington

Welcome the Whales, Saturday, Langley. 360-221-6765 or www.orcanetwork.org/news/events.html

Coastal Clean Up South Beach, Saturday, Westport. 800-345-6223 or www.coastsavers.org/washington.html

Westport Crab Races, Feed and Derby, Saturday-Sunday, Westport. 800-345-6223 or www.westportcam.com

International Discovery Walk, April 24-26, Vancouver. 877-269-2009 or www.discoverywalk.org

Jazz Festival in the Olympics, April 24-26, Port Angeles. 360-457-5380 or www.jazzolympics.com

Tour De Lopez, April 25, Lopez Island. 360-468-4664 or www.lopezisland.com/tourdelopez.htm

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Through April 30, Mount Vernon. 360-428-5959 or www.tulipfestival.org

Clean Water Classic (surfing), May 15-17, Westport. 360-268-9101 or www.cleanwaterclassic.com

Washington State Capitol Tours, Daily, Olympia. 360-586-8687 or www.ga.wa.gov/visitor/index.html

Oregon

Great Oregon Coast Garage Sale, Friday-Sunday, Lincoln City. 800-452-2151 or www.traveloregon.com

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Blossom Craft Show, Saturday-Sunday, Odell. 541-354-2865 or www.hoodriverfair.com/blossom.htm

Astoria-Warrenton Crab & Seafood Festival, April 24-26, Astoria. 503-325-6311 or www.oldoregon.com/events

Ceramic Showcase 2009, April 24-26, Portland. 503-232-9473 or www.ceramicshowcase.com

Party for the Planet/Run for the Cheetah at the Oregon Zoo, April 26, Portland. 503-226-1561 or www.oregonzoo.org

Gallery Group Art and Public Sculpture Unveiling, May 1-3, Cannon Beach. 503-436-0744 or www.cbgallerygroup.com

Da Vinci: The Genius, Through May 3, Portland. 503-797-4000 or www.omsi.edu/featured-exhibit

Painting in the Age of Madame de Pompadour, Through May 17, Portland. 503-226-2811 or www.portlandartmuseum.org

Cannon Beach Film Festival, June 5-7, Cannon Beach. 503-436-9301 or www.cbhistory.org

150 Days of Wine in the Willamette Valley, Through Sept. 1, various locations. 503-445-7120 or www.oregon150.org

Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Through Nov. 1, Ashland. 541-482-4331 or www.osfashland.org

Idaho

EarthFest, Saturday, Boise. 208-343-8649 or www.idaho-me.com

Coeur d'Alene Film Festival, May 2-3, Coeur d'Alene. 541-944-1863 orwww.cdafilmfestival.com

Ansel Adams: Early Works, Through May 24, Boise. 208-345-8330 orwww.boiseartmuseum.org

Idaho Shakespeare Festival, June 5-Oct. 3, Boise. 208-336-9221 or www.idahoshakespeare.org

British Columbia

Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival, Friday through April 26, Whistler. 604-938-3399 or www.whistler2009.com

Sun Run, Sunday, Vancouver. www.sunrun.com

Playland, April 25-September 27, Vancouver. 604-253-2311 or www.pne.ca

Treasures: The World's Cultures from the British Museum, May 1-Sept. 30, Victoria. 250-387-3207 or www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca

Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival, Through May 10, Victoria. 250-385-9223 or www.tourismvictoria.com

Assume Nothing: New Social Practice Exhibit, Through May 24, Victoria. 250-384-4101 or www.aggv.bc.ca

Tourism offices

Washington, 800-544-1800 or www.experiencewashington.com

Oregon, 800-547-7842 or www.traveloregon.com

Idaho, 800-635-7820 or www.visitid.org

British Columbia, 800-435-5622 or www.hellobc.com

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