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comedy: Only 3,650 days ago a four-woman comedy group, WYMPROV! was born. Proud to be great big middle-aged lesbians, the members of this hilarious troupe are role models for self-acceptance and celebrating diversity. WYMPROV!'s Big 10 Birthday Show at Actors Cabaret features a retrospective of their first decade of performing improv comedy. See Friday Calendar.

literary arts: Poems We Turn To: A Community Reading in Honor of Poet William Stafford honors the birthday of the late William Stafford at Unity of the Valley. Audience members are invited to bring and to read their favorite Stafford poems or another poem that provides solace in turbulent times. Donations will be accepted to benefit the Eugene-Springfield chapter of First Book, a national nonprofit that provides new books to children of low-income families. See Thursday, Jan. 17 Calendar.

music: The Oregon Mozart Players' Candlelight Romance features the return of former Eugene Opera Conductor Frank Graffeo. This two evening run at the Central Presbyterian Church features Mozartiana by Tchaikovsky, selections from La Boheme by Puccini, O Luce De Quest' Anima by Donizetti, Symphony No. 40 Minuet and The Magic Flute by Mozart and selections from Calvaleria Rusticana by Mascagni. See Friday Calendar.


 


 


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Thursday, January 10
Sunrise 7:47 am; Sunset 4:54 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35

GATHERINGS The Lane City Women's Action for New Direction group meets at 7 pm at the McNail-Riley House. FREE.

A gathering to become acquainted with religious science and the Spiritual Growth Center is at 7 pm tonight and Jan. 17 at the Spiritual Growth Center. Call to register at 485-0035. FREE.

 
Peter Mulvey, Lord Leebrick Theatre. See Friday and Sunday.
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LECTURE The UO week of Martin Luther King special programs presents "Revolutionary Poetry and Talk on the International and Domestic Crisis: 'Oppose Terrorism and Bushwacker Policies'" by Amiri Baraka at 5 pm in the Gumwood Room, EMU, UO. FREE.

MUSIC High on Fire, YOB, and the Courtesy Clerks play at 10 pm at Samurai Duck. $5.

Orange plays at 8:30 pm at Café Paradiso. $4.

The Freedom Funk Ensemble plays at 9:30 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. $3-$5 ss.

SHOcase presents the Fore Over Par barbershop quartet at 12:15 pm in the lobby, Hult. FREE.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "Wisdom, Ethics and Morality" with Huston Smith at 6:30 pm on KLCC, 89.7 FM.

"Arts Journal" features the Artwalk at 9 pm on CTV-97.

PRESENTATION John McWade gives a talk and slide show on the history of logging in Lane County, as a kick-off to a community-wide reading of Kesey's Sometimes a Great Notion, at 7 pm at Tsunami Books. FREE.

THEATER The Lord Leebrick Theatre presents Primitive World, an anti-nuclear jazz opera by Amiri Baraka, at 8 pm tonight, tomorrow and Jan. 12, 17, 18 and 19 at the Lord Leebrick Theatre. A special post-show performance features music and poetry by Peter Mulvey and Amiri Baraka after the show Jan. 11. 465-1506. $12 Thursdays, $16 F-SA, $4 for students Jan. 10 and 17. $25 for performance and post-show performance Jan. 11. $15 for post-show performance only.

VIGIL An MLK open mic and candlelight vigil with Jayna Brown is at 7 pm at the Amphitheatre, EMU, UO. FREE.

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Friday, January 11:
Sunrise 7:47 am; Sunset 4:55 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35
Moon enters Capricorn 9:18 am

ARTS/VISUAL An opening for People in Context, an exhibit focusing on images of people featuring works by ten artists, is at 6 pm at Maude Kerns Art Center. $3 sugg. don.

The grand opening of the Museum of Unfine Art features performance art and treats, as well as works by over 30 local artists at 7:32 pm at the Museum of Unfine Art, 537 Willamette St. FREE.

BENEFIT An Unscene benefit show features music by Compact 56, Blockhead, Paint by #s and Serial Cyrus at 10 pm at John Henry's. $4.

CELEBRATION A one-year celebration for the Shamrock House features food and music at 7 pm at the Shamrock House Community Space and Info-shop. FREE.

COMEDY Wymprov!'s Big 10 Birthday Show features a retrospective of Wymprov!'s first decade of performing improvisational comedy at 8 pm tonight and tomorrow at Actors Cabaret. $12.

Comedysportz features Travis "T" Hill at 7 pm tonight and tomorrow at Rhumba Room. For reservations call 517-9996. $8, $6 with a can of food for FOOD For Lane County.

GATHERINGS A showing of Marshall Rosenburg's video "Basics of Nonviolent Communication" is followed by exercises led by Maya Balenz at 10:30 am today, and at 7 pm Jan. 14. Call for location at 913-0649. FREE.

An Everything Swap Shabbat is at 7:30 pm at the Jewish Community Havurah. 685-0488. FREE.

 
Young Women's Theatre Collective, WOW Hall. See Friday and Saturday.
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KIDSTUFF "Where in the Universe is Carmen Sandiego 2" is at 4 pm today and at 2 pm tomorrow and Jan. 13 at the Lane Planetarium. $5, $4 stu./sr., $4 children.

A Willama-Smash Bash teen dance features refreshments from 9 to 11:30 pm at Gateway Mall, Springfield. $5.

LECTURE Amiri Baraka speaks at 11 am in a political theatre class, 229 McKenzie Hall, UO. FREE.

MUSIC The Danny Dolinger Trio with Orna Izakson plays at 10 pm at Tiny's Tavern. FREE.

The Oregon Mozart Players present Candlelight Romance featuring Frank Graffeo at 7:30 pm tonight and tomorrow at the Central Presbyterian Church, 682-5000. $10-$23.

Trio Slavj performs Balkan folk music at 8 pm at Café Paradiso. $7.

Baroque music and dance by the Lane faculty and guest artists is at 7:30 pm at the Central Lutheran Church. $8, $6 sr./stu.

Evangaline and Sam Densmore play at 9:30 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. $4.

2 Bucks Short, The Courtesy Clerks, The Carolines and Spillover play at Doc's Pad. $4.

Neil Grandstaff plays at noon at the 5th St. Market. FREE.

PRESENTATIONS Learn about how to shift from fear to love at 10:30 am at the Spiritual Growth Center. Register at 485-0035. FREE.

A presentation on SMART (Start Making a Reader Today) program is at 1:30 pm at the Willamalane Sr. Ctr. 736-4444. FREE.

SPIRITUAL An interfaith prayer, remembrance and reflection service is at 7 pm at the First Christian Church. FREE.

THEATER The Young Women's Theatre Collective presents Dancing With Shadows at 7 pm tonight and tomorrow at the WOW Hall. $5-$10 ss.

The Springfield Acting Ensemble presents the interactive murder mystery dinner theater, Reunion at Homicide High, at 7 pm tonight and tomorrow at the Springfield High School Studio Theatre. Reserve a spot at 744-4768. $10.

Very Little Theatre presents On Golden Pond at 8:15 pm tonight, tomorrow and Jan. 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and at 2 pm Jan. 13 and 20 at the Very Little Theatre. A benefit show for the Alzheimer's Association includes a pre-performance dessert social at 7:30 pm Jan. 16. Curtain at 8:15 pm. 344-7751. $12 adv., $9 SU. $25 Jan. 16.

Seascape, a play by Edward Albee, opens at 7:30 pm tonight and continues tomorrow and Jan. 17, 18 and 19 at the South Eugene Little Theatre. $5.

Primitive World, with a post-show performance including Peter Mulvey and Amiri Baraka, continues at the Lord Leebrick Theatre. See Thursday, Jan. 10.

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Saturday, January 12:
Sunrise 7:46 am; Sunset 4:57 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35

COMEDY Comedysportz continues at Rhumba Room. See Friday.

Wymprov!'s Big 10 Birthday Show continues at Actors Cabaret. See Friday.

GATHERINGS A block foam recycling event is from 10 am to 3 pm at the Glenwood Central Receiving Station. Bring clean, dry, white polystyrene foam, labeled #6, or foam packaged peanuts, any color. Bag separately. FREE.

A winter solstice gathering includes meditation, chanting and stories on the light, at 4 pm at Four Winds, 1840 Willamette. A snack potluck follows. FREE.

An all-ages community drum circle is at 6 pm in Washington Park Center. Bring a drum or some are provided. FREE.

A two-day Womanspace Winter Training is from 9 am to 5 pm today and Jan. 19 at Womanspace. Register at 485-7262. FREE.

KIDSTUFF "Flying Machines" features children making paper airplanes, blimps and more, from 11 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow at the Science Factory. 682-7888. Free with admission to The Sound of Science exhibit.

A traditional Japanese art workshop for kids is from noon to 3 pm at the Bon Marche Court, Valley River Center. FREE.

A Kindermusic open house for ages 0-3 is at 10 and 11:30 am and at 1 pm, and open house for ages 3-7 is at 10:45 am and 12:15 pm at Kindermusic of Eugene. 344-7899. FREE.

"Where in the Universe is Carmen Sandiego 2" continues at the Lane Planetarium. See Friday.

 
Laurie Olin, Room 177, Lawrence Hall, UO. See Sunday.
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MUSIC The Andre St. James Quartet plays jazz at Joe Federigo's. $3.

The Knott Brothers Bluegrass Band plays at 8 pm at the McDonald Theatre. Fastixx. $14, $8 youth.

A Children's Concert Series opens with Jazz it Up!, featuring the Oregon Vocal Jazz Ensemble at 10:30 am at Beall Hall, UO. $3, $2 stu./youth

The Western Oregon Opry presents The Obscure Brothers, Howard Steele, Misty Mountain Musicmakers and others in an evening of family entertainment at 6:30 pm at the Cottage Grove High School Auditorium. $5, $3 sr., $1 ages 7-10, under 7 free.

The Red Pajamas, Fiddlin' Sue and Uncle T play at 9:30 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. FREE.

The National Federation of the Blind of Oregon presents The Booher Family at 4 and 7 pm at North Eugene High School Auditorium. 741-0949. $12.50, $50 for two adults and up to five children.

Candlelight Romance continues at the Central Presbyterian Church. See Friday.

The West Coast Rhythm Kings play at 9:30 pm at Luna. $5.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION A Winter Tree and Fern Walk teaches participants to identify trees from their twigs, buds and bark at 9 am at Dorris Ranch, Springfield. FREE.

The Obsidians cross-country ski 5 miles on the Ray Benson Loop, and snowshoe 6 miles at the Westview Shelter. See YMCA board for details. $4 plus five cents/mile.

PRESENTATION The Emerald Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society presents "Drakenberg Gems: Hardy Rock Plants in the Mountains of Southern Africa" by Ella May Wulff at 1 pm at the Eugene Garden Club. FREE.

THEATER Reunion at Homicide High continues at the Springfield High School Studio Theatre. See Friday.

The Young Women's Theatre Collective continues at the WOW Hall. See Friday.

On Golden Pond continues at the Very Little Theatre. See Friday.

Seascape continues at the South Eugene Little Theatre. See Friday.

Primitive World continues at the Lord Leebrick Theatre. See Thursday, Jan. 10.

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Sunday, January 13:
Sunrise 7:46 am; Sunset 4:58 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35
Moon enters Aquarius 6:41 pm
New Moon 5:29 am

BENEFIT A Cauldron of Changes Divination Salon to raise money for a Rite of Spring Beltane Festival features astrology, tarot, palmistry and aura readings from 2 to 6 pm at Tsunami Books. Free to browse, $10 reading.

FILM Impact Theatre's Benefit Filmfest features Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, beginning with live entertainment at at 1:30 pm at the McDonald Theatre. Film at 2 pm. Films continue Jan. 27, and Feb. 3, 17 and 24. $6, kids ages 3 and under free. $1 off for anyone in costume.

Subversive Pillow Theater presents parts 3 and 4 of Ring of Fire, the Blair brothers' 10-year journey through Indonesia: "East of Krakatoa" and "Dream Wanderer of Borneo," 8:00pm, Shamrock House Community Space and Info-shop FREE.

GATHERING The Never Bored Gamers play Through the Desert and Tigris and Euphrates at 10:30 am at Cafe Paradiso. FREE.

KIDSTUFF "Where in the Universe is Carmen Sandiego 2" continues at the Lane Planetarium. See Friday.

"Flying Machines" continues at the Science Factory. See Saturday.

LITERARY ARTS Rheanna Hoffmann hosts an open poetry read and reads from her new chapbook, Dangling Conversations, at 8:30 pm at Foolscap Books. FREE.

MUSIC A house concert by Radim Zenkl is at 3 pm. For reservations and directions, call 345-6487. $10.

Foggy Mountain Boys play at 8:30 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. $3.

A performance by Peter Mulvey features food and wine at 8 pm at Lord Leebrick Theatre. 465-1506. $10 adv., $12 dos, $25 front row.

The UO Faculty Artist Series presents Europe and the Americas with Steve Vacchi, Oreet Ranon and Andrew Campbell at 4 pm in Beall Hall, UO. $7, $4 sr./stu.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION The Obsidians cross-country ski 6 miles at Midnight Lake. See YMCA board for details. $4 plus five cents/mile.

PRESENTATION The UO School of Architecture and Allied Arts presents "Rus in Urbs Today: a Decade of Urban Landscape Design for American Cities" by Laurie Olin at 5:45 pm in Room 177, Lawrence Hall, UO. FREE.

THEATER On Golden Pond continues at the Very Little Theatre. See Friday.

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Monday, January 14:
Sunrise 7:45 am; Sunset 4:59 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35

BENEFIT A Honey Inc. Benefit Concert features music by the Original Crew, Lethal Trout, Walkabout, Evan Belize, Bubbler Broz and Big Venus at 9 pm at the Wild Duck. $10, $7.50 stu.

GATHERINGS A weekly French conversation group meets from 4 to 6 pm. For directions and information, call 937-2304. $5.

"Basics of Nonviolent Communication" continues. See Friday.

KIDSTUFF "The Readalot Hour" features The Marvelous Land of Oz at 5 pm today, tomorrow and Jan. 16, 17 and 18 at Auntie Brandy's, Gateway Mall, Springfield. FREE.

MUSIC Wesley Willis, Custom On It, and Grand Buffet play at 10 pm at John Henry's. $2.

Easily Amused plays at 8:30 pm at Café Paradiso. $5.

Michael Hurley plays at 9 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

LECTURE The Yeon Lecture Series presents Laurie Olin at 7 pm in room 177, Lawrence Hall, UO. FREE.

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Tuesday, January 15:
Sunrise 7:45 am; Sunset 5 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35

ARTS/VISUAL A MECCA Whiteaker Neighborhood Community Art Night features local artisans teaching the public to make simple, unique items for the holidays and beyond, from 4 to 6 pm at the Shamrock House, 3rd and Van Buren. 302-1810. $2-$5 sugg. don.

BENEFIT A benefit features %10 of all sales going to the HIV Alliance from 5 to 10 pm at Mona Lisa. don.

DISCUSSION "What Would MLK Say?" is a panel discussion with UO faculty on Dr. King's impact on social movements and how it relates to our current crisis, at 6 pm in the International Student Lounge, EMU, UO. Dessert reception follows. FREE.

FILM The "Road Trip" film series presents the Russian film Yol at 7 pm in Room 122, Pacific Hall, UO. FREE.

KIDSTUFF "The Readalot Hour" continues at Auntie Brandy's. See Monday.

MUSIC A Eugene Symphony Concert features Sydnie Yao-Reed at 7:30 pm in the South Eugene High School Auditorium. $7, $5 stu., $15 family of two adults and two students.

Medusa and Feline Science, Abstract Rude, 2 Mex, DJ Drez and DJ Wicked play at 9 pm at the WOW Hall. Fastixx. $14 adv., $16 dos.

LECTURE Joel Rubin discusses "Minstrels of the Catering Hall: The Transformation of the Klezmer Profession in the Immigrant Neighborhoods of New York City 1910-1930" at 7:30 pm in the Alumni Lounge, Gerlinger Hall, UO. FREE.

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Wednesday, January 16:
Sunrise 7:44 am; Sunset 5:01 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35
Moon enters Pisces 6 am

ARTS/VISUAL A lecture on contemporary printmaking followed by a reception for On/Off/Over the Edge, works by 32 print-media artists, is at 11 am at the LCC Art Gallery. FREE.

 
Inside Out in the Open, a documentary on 'free jazz,' by Alan Roth, Portland Reel Music Festival, Guild Theatre, Portland. See Thursday, Jan. 10, On the Road.
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GATHERING TOPS, a non-profit weight loss support group for adults and children 7 years and older meets at 7 pm at the First Baptist Church of Springfield. 485-0831. FREE.

KIDSTUFF Preschool storytime for ages 3-6 is at 10 am at the Springfield Public Library. FREE.

"The Readalot Hour" continues at Auntie Brandy's. See Monday.

MUSIC Justin King plays at 8:30 pm at Café Paradiso. $5.

ON THE AIR "Life in Vine, a Year in the Vineyards" is at 8:30 pm on PBS.

PRESENTATION An empowering presentation for women 40 and older is at 7 pm in the Broadway Apothecary. 684-9352. FREE.

THEATER An On Golden Pond performance to benefit the Alzheimers Association continues at the Very Little Theatre. See Friday.

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Thursday, January 17:
Sunrise 7:44 am; Sunset 5:03 pm
Av High 46; Av Low 35

DISCUSSION A Sociology/Russian and East European Studies Center Colloquium features "How Russian Industry Works:Worker and Firm Survival Strategies in Six Enterprises in Bashkortostan" at noon in the Fir Room, EMU, UO. FREE.

GATHERING A gathering continues at the Spiritual Growth Center. See Thursday, Jan. 10.

KIDSTUFF Stories in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King by Paulette Ansari, for children 1st grade and up, are told at 4 pm at the Springfield Public Library. FREE.

"The Readalot Hour" continues at Auntie Brandy's. See Monday.

LITERARY ARTS "Poems We Turn To: A Community Reading in Honor of Poet William Stafford" invites everyone to bring and to read either a favorite Stafford poem or another that moves them deeply at 7 pm at Unity of the Valley Church. FREE.

MUSIC The Clumsy Lovers play at 8 pm at the Wild Duck. $8.

Joel Rubin gives a Klezmer music workshop at 5:30 pm in Room 111, Music, UO. FREE.

The Tokyo String Quartet performs a chamber music concert at 8 pm in Beall Hall, UO. 682-5000. $15-$30.

Slick Rick, Da Limp Dic Posse featuring DJ Fenix, Boom Bap Project and DJ Tekneek play at 8:30 pm at the WOW Hall. Fastixx. $17 adv., $20 dos.

Freedy Johnston and Ken Stringfellow play at 9 pm at Sam Bond's Garage. $10.

Walker T Ryan plays at 9 pm at the Buzz Coffeehouse, UO. FREE.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "Reflections: War on Terrorism" at 6:30 pm on KLCC, 89.7 FM.

THEATER Quilters, a celebration of American womanhood, opens at 7:30 pm tonight and continues tomorrow and Jan. 19, 24, 25 and 26 at the Thurston High School Theatre. 988-5350. $6, $4 stu./sr., free to seniors Jan. 16, $1 for Thurston students Jan. 17.

A SHOcase performance by South Eugene High School of Anything Goes, a love story with dance that takes place on a passenger liner headed to England in the late 1920s, is at 12:15 pm in the lobby, Hult. FREE.

On Golden Pond continues at the Very Little Theatre. See Friday.

Seascape continues at the South Eugene Little Theatre. See Friday.

Primitive World continues at the Lord Leebrick Theatre. See Thursday, Jan. 10.

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Corvallis Events

JAN. 10 Music a'la Carte features music by Jay Chen and Rebecca Jeffers at noon at the MU, OSU. FREE.

An exhibit by Ted Wiprud runs through Feb. 6 at the Fairbanks Gallery, OSU. FREE.

Watercolors and sculpture by Carl Niederer and Richard Herr show at the Corvallis Art Center, through Feb. 7. An opening is at 5:30 pm Jan. 16. FREE.

JAN. 11 "Living the Dream: Awakening into Action" is a three-hour celebration featuring refreshments, entertainment and speakers to open the 2002 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at 11 am and the concourse, MU, OSU. FREE.

An MLK Jr. all-university dance is at 9 pm at the MU Ballroom, OSU. Admission is non-perishable food items for the Linn-Benton food Share.

JAN. 12 The Indoors Farmers' Market features fresh produce, smoked salmon and albacore, eggs, filberts, honeys, cheeses and more, from 10 am to 3 pm at the Benton County Fairgrounds. FREE.

The Inside Opera Lecture Series is at 10 am at the Corvallis Public Library. FREE.

JAN. 13 The Sixth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Fun Run/Walk/Roll starts at 8:30 am in the MU Quad, OSU. $10 includes a T-shirt.

JAN. 14 A "Dr. King's Birthday Party" is a three-hour celebration with the staff of the OSU Black Cultural Center, including games, music, cake and socializing at 5 pm at the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center, 25th St. and Monroe Ave. FREE.

JAN. 15 "Let Freedom Ring" is a MLK Jr. presentation by members of OSU's Black Poet Society on issues related to King's efforts at noon in the MU Quad, OSU. FREE.

An MLK Jr. "Awakening the Prayer Movement" event includes talks on the faith and prayer behind King's efforts at 4 pm in Room 211, MU, OSU. FREE.

JAN. 16 An MLK Jr. showing of The Color of Fear, a film about racism in the lives of North American men of Asian, Latino and African-American descent is followed by a discussion at noon in Room 206, MU, OSU. FREE.

JAN. 17 An MLK Jr. Children's Celebration is at 3:30 pm in the MU Lounge, OSU. FREE.

The 2001-02 Horning Lecture Series and Conference, "The Human Genome: Historical and Contemporary Issues in Science, Law and Medicine" present "From Reproductive Responsibility to Reproductive Autonomy" by Diane B. Paul at 4 pm in Room 206, MU, OSU. FRE.

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On The Road:
Note: Continuation dates for out-of-town events are listed under the first day of the event.

JAN. 10 The White Bird/PSU Dance Series presents One and Only You, a dance performance by Susan Marshall and Company at 8 pm tonight, tomorrow and Jan. 12 at the Lincoln Performance Hall, PSU, Portland. www.ticketmaster.com $24, $12 stu.

Inside Out in the Open, a new documentary on 'Free Jazz' premiers at 7:30 pm tonight, and at 4:30 pm Jan. 12 at the Portland Reel Music Festival, Guild Theatre, Portland. $6.50, $5.50 stu.

Art by Susan Thayer, Deanne Belinoff and Michael Schultheis runs through Feb. 2 at the Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Portland. FREE.

JAN. 12 Tryouts for the Florence Repertory Theatre Company's production of The Man of La Mancha are at 1 pm at the Siuslaw Valley Christian Center, Florence. Bring a song from a musical to sing. www.florenceplayers.org

JAN. 16 The 2001/2002 Portland Arts and Lectures Series presents "Writers on Writers" moderated by James Atlas and featuring Edmund White, at 7:30 pm at the Schnitzer, Portland. (503) 227-2583. $23.

Warren Miller's Cold Fusion plays at 6:30 and 9:30 pm today and tomorrow, and at 3, 6:30 and 9:30 pm Jan. 18 and 19 at the Aladdin Theatre, Portland. Ticketmaster. $12.

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ATTN: Opportunities
Newsletter Writers, tutors for 1st-4th graders, and public relations/media volunteers are needed by OASIS. 342-6601, ext. 2601.

Power wheelchairs are available free of cost to disabled seniors who qualify. (800) 246-6010.

Holt International is looking for families interested in adopting a child from overseas. An informational meeting is at 6:30 pm at the Holt Office, 1195 City View. 607-0831.

The Pacific Intercultural Exchange seeks host families for international students. (800) 631-1818.

The Foster Grandparent Program of Linn and Benton Counties seeks people 60 years old or better to become foster grandparents. For information, call (800) 695-7505.


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