Liz Tomisato of Sequim tickles the ivories at the Sequim Civic Center at the July First Friday Art Walk. Three pianos will remain on Sequim's streets through Saturday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND: Pianos on the street and available for playing through Saturday before auction set for Aug. 5

SEQUIM — The three artistically designed pianos through the Keying Around art and music program are still out on the street and available for playing through Saturday.

People have the opportunity to place silent bids on all three pianos by signing up at the concierge desk at Sequim City Hall, 152 W. Cedar St., during regular business hours.

The final opportunity to see, hear and bid on the pianos will take place in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk on Aug. 5.

Organizers will host a celebration for the pianos from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. that Friday, and they encourage the public to come to the Civic Center Plaza and participate.

All three pianos will be on the plaza at the Civic Center, and bids will be accepted until 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5.

The minimum bid for each is $500, with all net proceeds going to help fund future Arts Commission projects in Sequim.

The opportunity to pledge support for various arts-related student programming also is available at the concierge desk in the Civic Center.

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