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Richard Laycock paints/ draws vignettes with pastel on paper, in the ever-changing conditions of western Oregon, which are strikingly similar to the Yorkshire countryside of his English youth. It is the beautiful farmland and forest, bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Range as well as people and animals that captures his attention.
Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, June 14.
The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, July 8, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.
The festival continues with “A Musical Feast,” a collage of music, poetry and folk tunes including “Nacht Die Nachtigall Im Zimmer” by Alban Berg, Terzetto in C, Op 74 by Dvorak, and a Danish string quartet.
For tickets head to http://siletzbaymusic.org/
The Siletz Bay Music Festival offers this musical gift to the community — admission is free. The program will include Moszkowski’s Suite in G Minor, Op. 71 for Two Violins & Piano, Straus’ Violin Sonata in Eb Major, Op. 18, and Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 97 “Archduke.”
For info head to http://siletzbaymusic.org/.
“A Saturday Soiree” will include Ravel’s Violin Sonata No. 2 in G Major (James Stern, violin and Gerald Robbins, piano), and Faure’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 15 (Tosca Opdam, violin; Miriam English Ward, viola; Sally Singer Tuttle, cello; and Michelle Chow, piano). The program will also feature soprano Nicole Greenidge Joseph performing French songs with Michelle Chow on piano, and will finish with a Chausson Concerto for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21 (Sarah Kwak, Mei-Ting Sun, Denise Dillenbeck, James Stern, Vali Phillips and Katherine Schultz).
For tickets head to http://siletzbaymusic.org/.
A showcase of local farmers, bakers, wineries, creameries, artisan foods and one-of-a-kind handcrafted items. Pick up your organic produce, meat, cheese, honey, eggs, dips, plants and more. The Food Court offers hot and cold food options, beverages and baked delights, along with live music and entertainment (including kids’ magic shows by Max). Learn more at lincolncityfarmersmarket.org.
This year’s Missoula Children’s Theatre production is “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs,” with open auditions on Monday, June 24. The auditions will begin at 10 am sharp, so don’t be late! This weeklong theatrical workshop is free for all local kids entering grades 1-12. After the roles are cast, rehearsals and workshops will continue through the week, culminating in two performances on Saturday, June 29. For more information, call the LCCC at 541-994-9994.
Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. Meets at the Cultural Center on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. To join the group and sign up to speak on the day’s schedule, be there at 11:50 am. For more information contact David Jamieson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre and the LCCC presents “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs” an original adaptation of the classic fairy tale — featuring some of Lincoln City’s finest young thespians. A young princess named Show White finds herself in peril when her step-mother, the Queen, is told by her Magic Mirror that the princess is fairer than she! Aided by her two Henchmen and a band of evil Bats, the Queen plots to get rid of Snow White.
Snow White escapes from the Queen and from the Black Forest Creatures with help from Witless the Woodsman, and finds a home with the Seven Dwarfs. When the Queen learns of Snow White’s whereabouts, she attempts to poison Snow White. But, the Queen’s evil plans are thwarted when Snow White’s fearless Forest Friends, her father King Backwards, the Seven Dwarfs and the Prince come to her rescue.
This week is part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s unique international touring project and is presented locally by the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
Shows at 3 pm and 7 pm. And don’t forget: LCCC Members get $2 off — join today and bring the family!
Ben Cosgrove is a traveling composer-performer whose music explores themes of landscape, place, and environment in North America. Ben has performed in every U.S. state except Delaware and Hawaii, and held artist residencies and fellowships with institutions including the National Park Service, the National Forest Service, Harvard University, Middlebury College, the Schmidt Ocean Institute, and the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology. His nonfiction has appeared in Orion, Taproot, Northern Woodlands, Appalachia, and other publications. He is based around New England.
Show starts at 7 pm. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors, and $12 for youth.
And don’t forget: LCCC Members get $2 off — join today and bring the family!
Yoga Classes are also cancelled. Happy Independence Day!
Help us transform the sidewalks of the historic Delake School building into a gallery of color and imagination, at the 6th annual Lincoln City Chalk Art Competition. Registration for the contest is $5 for ages 12 and under, $7 for ages 13-18, $10 for ages 19 and older drawing solo, and $10 for groups (a variety of ages is ok). The fee includes a sidewalk square and a box of pastel chalk. Prizes in all age groups, including $50 for the People’s Choice winner. Registration forms can be picked up at the center starting on July 1. There will be a free play area, with supplies provided. Volunteers welcome! For details, call 541-994-9994.
A guided tour of the renowned Connie Hansen Garden, complete with savories, sweets and wine, along with live jazz — all to benefit the Lincoln City Cultural Center. Your host is Vivian Lucero, a retired caterer and garden volunteer, providing the delicious dishes and the warm hospitality for this summer garden rendezvous. This experience is set for 4:30 pm on Sunday, July 14, at the Connie Hansen Garden. Tickets are $50/person, with only 24 spaces available, and all proceeds will go to the operations of the LCCC. Note this event will meet at the garden, 1931 NW 33rd St. For information, call the LCCC at 541-994-9994.
Fronted by singer Karla Kanora, Rio Mira is an exciting recording collaboration between artists from neighboring Ecuador and Colombia. Their debut album, released on a ZZK’s sub label AYA Records is produced by Iván Benavides (involved in Latin Grammy-winning groups like Choq Quib Town andLos Giateros de San Jacinto) and Ivis Flies (producer of Latin Grammy-winning social heritage project De Taitas y Mamas) and is guided by the distinctive percussive tones of the marimba, an all-important ingredient of this socially conscious project. In the carefully preserved tradition of the marimba, there’s a joyous feeling that’s infectious.
The LCCC is proud to present a screening of the ground-breaking “Vireo”, an episodic made-for-the-screen opera composed by Lisa Bielawa on a libretto by Erik Ehn and directed by Charles Otte. This screening will also feature a discussion and Q & A with the composer, coming to Oregon just for this event.
The eponymous heroine Vireo, played by soprano Rowen Sabala, is a fourteen-year-old girl genius entangled in the historic obsession with female visionaries, as witch-hunters, early psychiatrists, and modern artists have defined them. Based on Bielawa’s own research at Yale, then freely adapted and re-imagined by librettist Ehn, Vireo is a composite history of the way in which teenage-girl visionaries’ writings and rantings have been manipulated, incorporated and interpreted by the communities of men surrounding them throughout history. From the European Dark Ages, to Salem, Massachusetts, all the way to 19th century France and contemporary performance art, Vireo provides a thoughtful, sometimes-humorous look at the universal issues of gender identity, perception, and reality.
This special event will begin at 6 pm, with a break at 8 pm. Dinner orders will be available, and there will be beer and wine for sale. To learn more about the creative team and this innovative approach to operatic storytelling, head to www.operavireo.org.
“There’s no one else out there like Sourdough Slim. An accordion playing, yodeling, tongue-in-cheek, cowboy-dressed entertainer deluxe. Catchy, uplifting, irresistible, jolly fun,” says Darrell Arnold of Cowboy Magazine. Sourdough Slim, aka Rick Crowder, will transport you to a whimsical world where vaudevillian camp and cowboy lore intermingle to produce grins galore.
Show starts at 7 pm. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors, and $12 for youth.
Back for a fifth concert at the LCCC, Men of Worth is one of our Celtic favorites. Donnie Macdonald comes from the Isle of Lewis, one of the Hebridean Islands off the west coast of Scotland. Writing tunes and original songs in both his first language Gaelic and in English, Donnie presents the music from his native Scotland with passion and humor. James Keigher was born in CountyMayo, in the west of Ireland, and he’s a singer, writer and collector of folk music. Between them, they play eight traditional Celtic instruments, from the mandolin to the bodhran. With a simple presentation and a wealth of stories, Men of Worth will leave you smiling.