Black Hills High senior Yitagesu Dowty (center) gets help setting up his pencil and ink drawings outside Browsers Bookshop from brother Alazar Dowty (from left), Hayden Lloyd and Denise Carlson on the opening night of the two-day fall Arts Walk in downtown Olympia on Friday.
Black Hills High senior Yitagesu Dowty (center) gets help setting up his pencil and ink drawings outside Browsers Bookshop from brother Alazar Dowty (from left), Hayden Lloyd and Denise Carlson on the opening night of the two-day fall Arts Walk in downtown Olympia on Friday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Black Hills High senior Yitagesu Dowty (center) gets help setting up his pencil and ink drawings outside Browsers Bookshop from brother Alazar Dowty (from left), Hayden Lloyd and Denise Carlson on the opening night of the two-day fall Arts Walk in downtown Olympia on Friday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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