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Sale Chair Clarissa Gillis

A Decade of Deals

It’s been ten years of lamps, books, jewelry, and gently used winter coast. A decade of pianos, chairs, Tupperware and teddy bears, headed off to new homes. Hundreds of casserole dishes, thousands of CDs and lots – and lots – of money raised for the Lincoln City Cultural Center. And now, it’s here: the 10th …

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Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir

Standing United: Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir brings MLK program to Lincoln City Jan. 19

On Sunday, Jan. 19, the Lincoln City Cultural Center will present its first-ever celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Presented by the Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir, based in Eugene, this event will begin at 2 pm at the center, 540 NE Hwy. 101. Inspirational Sounds Gospel Choir seeks to promote the …

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Your community needs you!

The Lincoln City Cultural Center is issuing a call to the community: we need elves! The LCCC is preparing for its 8th annual Tree Lighting Party, set for Friday, Nov. 29. The event will usher in the holiday season with a family ornament workshop, cookies, and hot chocolate, festive choral music, a visit with Santa …

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Artist explores nature through a Taoist lens in new exhibit

MC Reardon’s “EXHALE: earth” exhibit is a collection of work inspired by ancient Taoist artists that consist of paintings and mixed media and a collection of photographs that will be included in her newly published art book called “FOREST”. This show will also feature clay artist, Chasse Davidson. Her new work echoes the textures of …

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Cappella Romana Group Photo

Kastalsky’s “Requiem”: a call for reconciliation, redemption, and hope

Overcome with urgency, Alexander Kastalsky began composing his haunting Requiem during World War I to remember fallen brothers in the Great War. His triumphant tribute was never performed during the Soviet era, but it has made its way to the Pacific Northwest, in the capable hands of the renowned Portland-based a cappella choir, Cappella Romana. …

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Art by Tara Pierce

Ecology Series continues with “Vulnerable Predators”

Second in the Chessman’s ecology series, “Vulnerable Predators” is an exhibit that explores Apex Predators by painter and installation artist Tara Pierce, Zoology and photography student at OSU, William Schweinfurth, artist working with marine biologists, Samm Newton and installation artist and arts programmer at Chehalem Cultural Center, Carissa Smith-Burkett. Along with acrylic paintings, photographs and …

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