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December 2017


December 15, 2017 @ 8:00 am - January 7, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

– Early Candlelighting Service, Friday, December 15 at 7 pm; Christmas Eve Candlelighting Service, Sunday, December 24 at 6 pm;  New Year’s Eve Burning Bowl Ceremony  (letting go of the old, and welcoming the new), Sunday, December 31 at 6 pm; White Stone Ceremony (choose Freedom for the New Year) , Sunday, January 7 at 11 am. The Unity Church is located at 4525 SE Stark St., 503.234.7441, unityofportland.org.  

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January 2018

the O’Neill Public House Live Music in January

January 1 - January 31

6000 Northeast Glisan Street Portland, OR 97213-3862 (503)233-1178 www.theoneillpub.com Please note, the 6pm shows are a separate show rather than an opening act, so please add showtime if possible.  Also, the 6pm & 7pm shows admit all ages. -------------------------------------------   1/19 Fri 9:30 Smut City Jellyroll Society's tribute to Ralph Carney   1/20 Sat 9:30 Hot Club Time Machine (gypsy swing, New Orleans, blues)   1/21 Sun 7:30 Stringed Migration (Celtic, World) 1/25 Thu 9pm  Grateful Buds (Grateful Dead) 1/26…

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Laurelthirst Public House Live Music in January

January 1 - January 31

2958 NE Glisan, Portland, OR 97232 (503) 232-1504   ---------------------------------------------------------- Free happy hour music every day! Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 Jackstraw (6pm); SONGS in the ROUND: Taylor Kingman, Ezza Rose, Hanna Haas, Kendall Core ($5 suggested) (9pm) Wednesday, January 3rd Ben Larson Trio (6pm); TK & The Holy Know-Nothings (free) (9pm) Thursday, January 4th Russell St. Jam (6pm); ROGER MILLER TRIBUTE hosted by Zach Bryson & the Meat Rack // Pat Hull (9:30pm) Friday, January 5th Deadstring Family Band (6pm);…

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Eurydice Reimagined

January 3 - February 11

Oregon Children’s Theatre’s Young Professionals presents  a production of Eurydice, written by Sarah Ruhl, January 26 through February 11 at the YP Studio Theater, 1939 NE Sandy Blvd. This new telling of the Orpheus myth is from Eurydice’s perspective, instead of the well-worn saga of Orpheus’ search. Her untimely death on her wedding day sends Eurydice plummeting to the underworld with no memory of her past. There, she reunites with her father to help her remember her lost Orpheus. The…

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Multnomah County Library January events

January 5 - January 31

Contact us to register for events: multcolib.org/contact     Belmont Library, 1038 SE César E. Chávez Blvd., 503.988.5123   Space at programs is limited. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis, except as noted.   FOR FAMILIES   Toddler Storytime Storytime for children 24-36 months with adult. Mondays beginning January 8, 10:15-11 am (except January 15) Tuesdays beginning January 9, 10:15-11 am   Book Babies Storytime for children 0-12 months with adult. Mondays beginning January 8, 11:15 am-12 pm…

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Powell’s Books on Hawthorne Author Readings and Events for January 2018

January 5 - January 31

  Powell's on Hawthorne   3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd.         Robert Arellano & Achy Obejas            In Havana Libre (Akashic), Robert Arellano’s explosive follow-up to Havana Lunar, Dr. Mano Rodriguez takes an undercover assignment to the most dangerous city in Latin America: Miami. During the summer of 1997, a series of bombings terrorize Havana hotels. The targets are tourists, and the terrorists are exiles seeking to cripple Cuban tourism and kill the Revolution. After Mano finds himself helpless to save one of the victims, his nemesis…

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Persephone Xoa Iris In three TaborSpaces

January 18 - January 25

Storyteller Gretchen Peterson performs original stories in fully-staged world premiere of her intricate and poignant one-woman show,  Persephone Xoa Iris in three parts : A Myth, A Memoir and A Mission. It begins with The Myth: Persephone’s Promise re-imagines the Greek tale of the goddess of the underworld, split between her mother and her husband. Part two is The Memoir of Xoa (Zoh’ uh):  the amusing personal narrative of Peterson’s unknown Greek goddess of women who love women. It concludes…

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Fertile Ground 2018

January 18 - January 28

Celebrating nine years of innovative presentation, the 2018 Portland-grown Fertile Ground City-Wide Festival of New Works involves prolific playwrights, actors, dancers, designers and producers and presents eleven days with more than seventy events by forty-four producers in thirty two venues across the city including many here in SE. The Fest runs Thursday, January 18  – Sunday, January 28. The Fest’s astonishing selection of work by seasoned theatre and dance veterans is compiled into this presentation along with dozens of emerging…

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February 2018

Triangle Productions! presents Trans-formation

February 1 - March 24

Triangle Productions! celebrates it’s 28th season with Trans-formation, a brand new play about George/Christine Jorgensen, written by Don Horn. It’s the first  play to be written and produced about Jorgenson and a world premiere sponsored in part by the Pride Foundation. Christine Jorgenson In 1947, after leaving the military, Jorgenson stepped onto a ship and headed to Copenhagen to begin the process of transitioning from male to female. There were others before him to do this; Lili Elbe is well…

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Cascade Festival of African Films starts 28th year on Feb. 2

February 4 - February 25

Cascade Festival of African Films starts 28th year on Feb. 2 Longest running African film fest in the U.S. welcomes Bassem Yussef and Izu Ojukwu as honored guests     The worldview of many Americans is shaped in large part by what they see on the evening news – but the news can be an imperfect lens that provides an incomplete picture of peoples, events, and cultures. And too often, where the nations of Africa are concerned, the picture is even…

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