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music: Cris Williamson and Holly Near are coming to the Hult's Soreng Theatre. Two of "the mothers of women's music," they are also leaders on environmental issues. Williamson plans to sing hits from her album Ashes, and Near will sing a collection from her new album Edge. Of course they will also perform together, in this show titled, Together at Last. See Sunday Calendar.

dance: A spring performance of the Oregon Dance Project takes place this week at the Hult Center. ODP's mission is to provide a venue for local and Northwest choreographers to present their works or works-in-progress in professional settings. Featured performers will be the Van Ummerson Dance Co., The Performers Project, Donna Briggs and others. Kim Huber performs Recalling a Serenade. See Friday Calendar.

music: The Capitol Steps, a political satire group of former and current Congressional staffers responsible for such musical hits as Unzippin' My Doo Dah and Bomb Iraq are coming to the McDonald Theatre. This act evolves in response to the political scandal du jour, so they should have plenty to work with. See Sunday Calendar.


 


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Thursday, March 14
Sunrise 6:27 am; Sunset 6:18 pm
Av High 56 Av Low 39
Moon enters Aries 7:34 am

BENEFIT A singing spaghetti supper and silent auction benefits the South Eugene High School Choir's performance trip to San Francisco, 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Cafeteria, SEHS. $5, $15 family.

COMEDY "Comedy Spring Break," The Comedy Workout, 8 pm, Actors Cabaret. $7.

DANCE Student works-in-progress, 5:30 pm, Dougherty Dance Theatre, UO. FREE.

 
John Trudell and Bad Dog, WOW Hall. See Tuesday.
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DISCUSSION Sometimes a Great Notion, 8 pm today, 1 pm March 17 and 6 pm March 18, Borders Books. FREE.

FILM Journey of Hope, Sociology Series, 7 pm, Rm. 180, PLC, UO. FREE.

GATHERINGS Learn West African drumming, Fode Bongoua, 5:30 pm today, WOW Hall 6 pm tomorrow, Rm. 350 Gerlinger Annex, UO. $12-$16 sugg. don.

Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals information table, 10 am to 5 pm, EMU Fishbowl, UO. FREE.

"Strategies for Marketing Your Art" open house, 7 to 9 pm, Maude Kerns Art Center. Bring ideas, questions, portfolios. FREE.

Javanese Gamelan exploration sessions, 6:30 pm today and March 21, Wilson's Music. FREE.

KIDSTUFF Middle School Dance, 7 to 9:30 pm, Sheldon Comm. Ctr. Photo I.D. required. $3.

"A Lulu of a Luau" middle school dance party, 7 to 9:30 pm, Westmoreland Comm. Ctr. Photo I.D. required. $3 adv., $5 dos.

"Archaeological Illustration" 10-week middle-school class, 4 to 5:30 pm today and March 21, Studio A, Amazon Arts Center. $15 includes supplies.

LECTURES "Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Defibrillators," 1:30 pm, Willamalane Sr. Adult Activity Ctr., Springfield. FREE.

"Bridgeoporus Nobillisimus: The Rare Conk," 7:30 pm, Rm. 115, Science, LCC Main Campus. FREE.

"Journey to Absolute Freedom in Indian Religious Traditions," Lane Institute of Faith and Education, 7:05 pm today and March 21, First Congregational Church. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS Chuck Palahnuik reads, 7 pm, UO Bookstore, UO. FREE.

Royale LaPlante discusses his work, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

MUSIC George Thorogood and the Destroyers, 8 pm, McDonald Theatre. $27.50 adv., $30 dos.

Carlos Washington and the Giant People Ensemble, Nautical Sauce Posse, 9 pm, Samurai Duck. $5.

Danny Barnes, Laura Veirs, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "Conversations on Death: Dying in America," Rachel Naomi, Sogyal Rinpoche, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

"Arts Journal" features March Artwalk, 6 pm, CTV-97. Re-airs 9 pm, March 16.

"Arts Encore" features UO Museum of Art, 9 pm, CTV-97.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Obsidians hike 10 miles, Arrowhead Lake. See YMCA board for details. $4 plus five cents/mile.

PRESENTATION "Columbines, Composites and Conies, a Trip to the Colorado Rockies" features a slide show, Tanya Harvey, 7 pm, Eugene Garden Club. FREE.

THEATER Reckless 8 pm tonight, tomorrow and March 16, Arena Theatre, Villard, UO. $6, $5 UO staff, sr., stu., $4 UO stu.

Midsummer Night's Dream, Eugene Symphony, Willamette Repertory Theatre, 8 pm tonight and tomorrow, Silva, Hult. $10-$38.

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Friday, March 15:
Sunrise 6:26 am; Sunset 6:19 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39

ARTS/VISUAL An opening of work by Mark Hensen features a poetry slam, 6 to 9 pm, New Odyssey Juice Bar. FREE.

COMEDY Comedysportz features Lois "Clark" Kent, 7:30 pm tonight and tomorrow, Rumba Room. 517-9996. $8, $6 with a can of food for FOOD For Lane County.

Ty Connor, 11 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

DANCE The Oregon Dance Project features the Van Ummersen Dance Co., The Performers Project, Donna Briggs and others, 7:30 pm, Soreng, Hult. $16, $14 stu., sr.

The Middle Eastern Dance Guild of Eugene, 8:30 pm, Café Paradiso. $4.

FILM Women's Film Festival, 5 pm today and tomorrow, Rm. 207, Chapman, UO. Bring two cans of food for FOOD for Lane County.

Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Foreign Romance Film Festival, 6:30 pm, EMU, UO. FREE.

GATHERINGS Vegan potluck, 7 pm, McNail-Riley House. Bring a dish to share, utensils, plates. 341-1690. FREE.

Muscle testing potluck Shabbat, 7:30 pm, Jewish Community Havurah of Eugene. 685-0488.

Open House, 9 am to 3 pm, Oak Hill School. FREE.

West African Drumming, Aliou Diouf, 6 pm, Jefferson Middle School. $10.

West African drumming continues. See Thursday, March 14.

Riverdance, Silva, Hult. See Tuesday.
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KIDSTUFF Patterson Family drop-in features toys and craft supplies for families with pre-school and home-school children, 1 to 3 pm, Patterson Family Resource Center. FREE.

LECTURES "Effects of Sept. 11th Events on Internal U.S. Issues," Gordon Lafer, 10 am, Rm. 240 A, McKenzie, UO. FREE.

"Athletics and Academic Success," Mike Belotti, 11:50 am, 12th floor, Hilton. FREE.

"Taking a Stab a Caesar," Robert Knapp, 7 pm, Gerlinger Lounge, UO. Reception follows lecture. FREE.

"A Little Knight Music," musical lecture, Music faculty Woodwind Trio, 3 pm, Browsing Rm., Knight Library, UO. FREE.

"Resonance Among All Living Things," Ruth Ammann, Eugene Friends of Jung, 7:30 pm, Auditorium, Sacred Heart Hospital. $8, $5 stu.

MUSIC Misty River CD Release party, 7:30 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

Pearl Django, gypsy swing, 8 and 10 pm, Luna. $8 adv., $10 dos., $6.50 stu. adv., $8.50 stu. dos.

David Rogers, 7 pm, SAFE Coffeehouse, Springfield. FREE.

The Leftovers, 8 pm, Umpqua Valley Arts Center, Roseburg. 496-0054. $7 adv., $8 dos., $4 ages 6 and under.

The Motet, Son Mela'o, 8:30 pm, WOW Hall. $8 adv., $10 dos.

UO Ensemble Concert, 8 pm, Beall Hall, UO. $5, $3 stu., sr.

Big Sandy and His Fly Right Boys, 9:30 pm, WOW Hall. $10 adv., $12 dos.

Queer night w/Juha, 8 pm, Out of the Fog. FREE.

SCIENCE "Clouds of Fire: The Origin of Stars," 4 pm today, 2 pm tomorrow and March 17, Lane Planetarium. $4.50, $4 sr., stu.

THEATER Forever Plaid, 8 pm tonight and tomorrow, Actors Cabaret Annex. $17 adv., $22 dos., $14 limited stu./sr. seating.

Children of Eden, 7:30 pm tonight and tomorrow, First United Methodist Church. 345-8764. $8, $5 stu./children.

Reckless continues. See Thursday, March 14.

Midsummer Night's Dream continues. See Thursday, March 14.

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Saturday, March 16:
Sunrise 6:24 am; Sunset 6:20 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39
Moon enters Taurus 8:01 pm

BENEFITS Irene Farrera CD release benefit concert for the Committee in Solidarity with the Central American People, 7 pm, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 485-8633. $7-$15 ss.

Sustainable Forestry Project benefit features silent auction, potluck dinner and dance, music with Carmizin, 4 to 10 pm, Spencer Creek Grange Hall, corner of McBeth and Lorane Hwy. 684-4850. $3-$10 ss.

CELEBRATION Nearby Nature's 10th Anniversary Celebration features kid's crafts, theater, food, music by Rich Glauber, Emily Fox and more, 1 to 4 pm, EWEB Cafeteria. 687-9699. FREE.

COMEDY Comedysportz continues. See Friday.

DANCE Aziza Bellydances, 8 pm, Banana Warehouse. 302-8226. $8 adv., $10 dos.

Learn bellydancing with Aziza, 12:30 pm, The Eugene Ballet, 855 W. 1st. $25 sugg. don.

DEMONSTRATION City of Eugene compost demonstration, 10 am, River House compost demo site, 301 N. Adams. FREE.

FAIR Park and Rec Fair features face painting, games, prizes and sharing of opinions on Wilamalane's programs and facilities, 10 am to 4 pm, Gateway Mall. FREE.

FESTIVAL Jamcon Arts Festival features music, a hip-hop duel, visual art, video, dance and interactive exhibits by Chevron, Alex Kelly, Sabrina Segal, the Little 2s, Taproot and more, 7 pm to midnight, Gerlinger Hall, UO. $7 dos.

FILM Eight Men Out, 7 pm, Lorane Grange. $8 sugg. don.

Women's Film Festival continues. See Friday.

 
Karen Garbo, Windfall Series, Eugene Public Library. See Tuesday.
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GATHERINGS "A Child's Easter," 2 to 4 pm, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Sign up. 343-2418. FREE.

Willamette Valley Arms Collectors gathering, 8 am to 6 pm today, 9 am to 4 pm tomorrow, Performance Hall, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. $5.

Petition kick-off party features music, snacks and information on progressive initiatives and volunteering, noon to 3 pm, Eugene Library. FREE.

Emerald Empire Rabbit Breeders, Auditorium, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. $5.

Volunteer orientation, 4 pm, Greenhill Humane Society. FREE.

KIDSTUFF Act-so features academic, cultural, scientific and leadership competitions for high school youth, 9:30 am, Soreng, Hult. A reception is 7 pm. FREE.

Skate Jam 2002 features indoor skateboarding, clinics, music, a competition and more, 1 to 4 pm, the old Waremart Building, 1650 Centennial Blvd., Springfield. Helmets required. 736-4044. FREE.

Easter Bunny breakfast, 9 to 10 am, Food Court, Valley River Center. First 300 kids free.

"The Sound of Science," features instrument making, 11 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow, The Science Factory. Also, drum circles 11:30 am and 1:30 pm tomorrow. Free with admission to The Sound of Science exhibit.

Read for Joy preschool party, 12:30 to 1:30 pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

Story hour for ages 4 to 7, 11 am, Eugene Waldorf School. FREE.

Puppet making workshop, Celeste Rose, noon to 4 pm. Presentation puppet show, 2 pm March 23. Reservations required. 726-3766. FREE.

LECTURES "The Community College Moment," Bill Woolum, Drew Viles, Allison Cadbury, Don Addison and others, Copia Lecture Series, 7:30 pm, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. FREE.

"What Positive Discipline Means to You: The Next Steps for Your Family," Juvata Rusch, 10 am to noon today, 6:30 to 8:30 pm March 20, Birth to Three, 86 Centennial Loop. $10.

MUSIC The Wailers, B-Side Players, 8 pm, McDonald Theatre. $20 adv., $22 dos.

Eugene Weekly Lucky Leprechaun Jam features the Jeffersons, Bill Willie Blues, Papa's Soul Kitchen, prizes and specials, 9 pm, Downtown Lounge. $9.

Jerry Joseph, Wilson Marks, 9:30 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $6.

Garaj Mahal, 9:30 pm, Wild Duck. $10 adv., $12 dos.

Okros Folk Music Ensemble, Kalman Balogh, Agi Szaloki, 7:30 pm, Central Lutheran Church. A children's autism benefit concert is 3:30 pm. 344-8153. Evening concert $10, $8 stu., sr. Children's concert $10 don. per family.

David Rogers, 7 pm, Jake's Restaurant. FREE.

Blue Face, 8 pm, Tap-n-Keg, Cottage Grove. FREE.

Box Set, 9 pm, Café Paradiso. $8.

ON THE AIR "Arts Journal" continues. See Thursday, March 14.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Wildflower walk, 10 am to noon, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum. $3 sugg. don.

Eugene Tree Foundation tree planting, 9 am to noon, Crescent Rd. and Gilham. 431-4990. Bring round tip shovel if possible. FREE.

UO Softball vs. Oregon State, 1 pm, Mac Court Softball Field, UO. FREE.

Obsidians hike 8 miles, Dorena Resevoir, cross-country ski 11 miles, Odell Butte. See YMCA board for details. $4 plus five cents/mile.

SCIENCE "Clouds of Fire: The Origin of Stars" continues. See Friday.

THEATER Gravity is Winning, Encore Theatre, 7:30 pm today and tomorrow, Blue Door Theatre, LCC. $5-$10 sugg. don. Kids free.

Forever Plaid continues. See Friday.

Children of Eden continues. See Friday.

Reckless continues. See Thursday, March 14.

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Sunday, March 17:
Sunrise 6:22 am; Sunset 6:21 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39

ARTS/VISUAL Visual Continuity Class opening, 5 pm, LaVerne Krause Gallery, UO. Exhibit runs through March 22. FREE.

BENEFITS The Capitol Steps benefit the Early Education Program, Inc., 2 and 7 pm, McDonald Theatre. $10-$75. Post-7 pm-performance dessert with The Steps, $75.

Lane Shelter Care celebrity benefit auction, 1 to 6 pm, Wheeler Pavillion, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. FREE.

DISCUSSION Sometimes a Great Notion continues. See Thursday, March 14.

 
Gravity is Winning, Encore Theatre, Blue Door Theatre, LCC Main Campus. See Saturday and Sunday.
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GATHERINGS Victorian Ladies program features green treats, 1 pm, Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House. $3, $1 under 12.

"If you Work for Peace, Why Pay for War?" information session on the war tax protest and resistance, 4 pm, 458 Blair Blvd. FREE.

Stamp show features dealers, door prizes and free stamps for youth, 10 am, Eugene Masonic Center. FREE.

Rabbit education day, noon to 3 pm, Greenhill Humane Society. FREE.

Willamette Valley Arms Collectors gathering continues. See Saturday.

KIDSTUFF "The Sound of Science" continues. See Saturday.

LECTURE "The Day After Superman Died," Paul Dresman, "Readin' in the Rain," 2 pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

MUSIC "A William Kraft Percussion Spectacular," Charles Dowd Percussion Ensemble, 2 pm, Rm. 198, Music, UO. $7, $4 stu., sr.

Together at Last, Cris Williamson, Holly Near, 7 pm, Soreng Theatre, Hult. $25.

Ten Ton Chicken, 9 pm, Wild Duck. $7.

Everton Blender, Cansaman, 9:30 pm, WOW Hall. $14 adv., $16 dos.

UO Ensemble Concert, 6 pm, Beall Hall, UO. $5, $3 stu., sr.

The Blue Skies Big Band, the Jewel Tones, 2 pm, Hilton. 343-9882. $5.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION GEARS rides 35 miles, Lorane to Crow. Meet at 10 am, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

Obsidians hike 10 miles, Cape Perpetua, cross-country ski, Santiam. See YMCA board for details. $4 plus five cents/mile.

SCIENCE "Clouds of Fire: The Origin of Stars" continues. See Friday.

THEATRE Lazer Vaudeville features circus talents combined with lasers and traditional vaudeville acts for all ages, 2:30 pm, Silva, Hult. $15, $10 youth.

Gravity is Winning continues. See Saturday.

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Monday, March 18:
Sunrise 6:20 am; Sunset 6:23 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39

DISCUSSIONS "Conversations on Dreams," Ruth Ammann, Eugene Friends of Jung, 7:30 pm, Auditorium, Sacred Heart Hospital. $15, $10 stu.

Sometimes a Great Notion continues. See Thursday, March 14.

GATHERING "Domestic Violence," Carrie Andrews from Womenspace, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Persons meeting, 6:45 pm, First Congregational Church. FREE.

LECTURES "The Basics of Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication and Conflict Resolution," 7 pm, 118 Alberta Ln. 689-0450. FREE.

"Evolution of Human Spirituality," Ron Hershel, 7 pm, Eugene Baha'i Center, 1458 Alder St. FREE.

"Burning a Fine and Beautiful Open Country: How and Why the Native People of Southwestern Oregon Burned the Landscape," Jeff LaLande, 7:30 pm, Rm. 117, Science, LCC main campus. FREE.

MUSIC Kelly Thibodeux, David Bock, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garge. $3.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Nearby Nature Action Walk, 3 to 5 pm, Alton Baker Park Host Residence. 687-9699. FREE.

PRESENTATION "Both Sides of the Border: New Issues for Women," Guadalupe Quinn, Rosio Diaz and Marion Malcolm, 7 pm, Mother Kali's Books. FREE.

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Tuesday, March 19:
Sunrise 6:18 am; Sunset 6:24 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39
Moon enters Gemini 7:20 am
The Moon and Saturn are paired up tonight after sunset.

ARTS/VISUAL MECCA Whiteaker Neighborhood Community Art Night, 4 to 6 pm, Shamrock House, 3rd and Van Buren. 302-1810. $2-$5 sugg. don.

DANCE Riverdance, 8 pm tonight, tomorrow, March 21 and 22, 2 and 8 pm March 23, and 2 and 7 pm March 24, Silva, Hult. $25-$55.

DISCUSSION Sometimes a Great Notion, 6 pm, Sheldon Branch Library, 7 pm, Springfield Library. FREE.

GATHERINGS County Commissioner's final meeting on Eugene sand and gravel pits proposal, 9 am to noon and 1:30 to 5:30 pm today, 9 am to noon tomorrow, Lane County Courthouse. FREE.

Brain injury support group, 11 am to 12:45 pm, Hilyard Community Center. 968-0430. don.

KIDSTUFF "Nature Sketching," 10-week middle-school class, 4 to 5:30 pm, Studio A, Amazon Arts Center. $15 includes supplies.

LITERARY ARTS Karen Karbo, Bob Welch read, 7 pm, Eugene Public Library. FREE.

MUSIC John Trudell & Bad Dog, 8 pm, WOW Hall. $15.

Fantuzzi, Latin reggae, 9 pm, Samurai Duck. $3.

Allison Williams, 7 pm, Out of the Fog. FREE.

ON THE AIR "Alternative Radio" features "Anarchism & War Resistance," Howard Zinn, Emma Goldman, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

"Arts Encore" features past shows at the Jacobs Gallery, 6 pm, CTV-97. Re-airs 9 pm March 21.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION GEARS general meeting, 7 pm, China Delight restaurant. FREE.

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Wednesday, March 20:
Sunrise 6:17 am; Sunset 6:25 pm
Av High 56; Av Low 39
The Sun enters Aries (and Spring begins) at 11:16 am

DANCE Riverdance continues. See Tuesday.

DISCUSSION Sometimes a Great Notion, 10:30 am, Bethel Branch Library, 6:30 pm Westmoreland Elementary School Library. FREE.

GATHERINGS County Commissioner's final meeting on Eugene sand and gravel pits proposal continues. See Tuesday.

Great American Meatout, Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, 10 am to 6 pm, Bookstore and EMU Amphitheater, UO. 346-4073. seta@gladstone.uoregon.edu. FREE.

Women learn self-defense with Sexual Assault Support Services, 6 pm. For registration, directions, 484-9791. FREE.

LECTURE "What Positive Discipline Means to You: The Next Steps for Your Family" continues. See Saturday.

LITERARY ARTS "Women And Class," a reading by Cassie Curtis, Cynthia Kokis, Doe Tabor and others, 7 pm, Mother Kali's Books. FREE.

MUSIC Lenten Organ Meditations, Barbara Baird, 12:15 pm Central Presbyterian Church. FREE.

Grey Area, Matt Butler, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $3.

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Thursday, March 21:
Sunrise 6:15 am; Sunset 6:26 pm
Av High 57 Av Low 39
Moon enters Cancer 4:06 pm
Bright white Jupiter and the half Moon are a pair tonight.

DANCE Riverdance continues. See Tuesday.

GATHERINGS "Defend Your Airspace/Health Get the Facts" informational meeting, Moss Street Defenders, Save Our Valley, 7:30 pm, Harris Hall, County Courthouse. FREE.

Javanese Gamelan exploration sessions continue. See Thursday, March 14.

Informational meeting, 7 to 9 pm, The Kinder-Garden School. 343-3109. FREE.

KIDSTUFF Javanese Gamelan exploration sessions continues. See Thursday, March 14.

"Archaeological Illustration" continues. See Thursday, March 14.

LECTURE "Journey to Absolute Freedom in Indian Religious Traditions" continues. See Thursday, March 14.

MUSIC Keller Williams, 9 pm, Wild Duck. $10 adv., $12 dos.

Alien Ant Farm, Adema, Fenix TX, Glassjaw, Earshot, 6:30 pm, McDonald Theatre. $19.50.

Strings concert, 7 pm, Eugene Waldorf School. FREE.

Radim Zenkl, Leo Chern, 8:30 pm, Café Paradiso. $10.

SHOcase Roseburg High School choral concert, 12:15 pm, Lobby, Hult. FREE.

Hanuman, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $8.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "The Monticello Dialogues, Part I: Democratic Design," William McDonough, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

"Arts Journal" features local art galleries, 6 pm, CTV-97. Re-airs 9 pm, March 23.

"Arts Encore" continues. See Tuesday.

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Corvallis Events

MARCH 14 "Greeks I," Dr. Ron Hershel, 7 pm today and "Greeks II," 7 pm March 21, LaSells Stewart Center. FREE.

Chamber Choir and Jazz Ensemble, noon, MU lounge, OSU. FREE.

Porterhouse, 10 pm, Bombs Away Café. $5.

David Starkey reads, 7:30 pm, Oregon State University Bookstore. FREE.

MARCH 15 "Ides of March" extravaganza features live music with the Mid-Valley Blues Jam, an Acoustic Showcase and the Vintage Blues Ensemble, 7 to 11 pm, Murphey's, New Morning Bakery and the Downtown Beanery. FREE.

OSU Baseball vs. Washington State, 2 pm today, 1 pm tomorrow, and noon March 17 , Goss Stadium, Corvallis. $6, $4 sr., child

OSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 7:30 pm, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU. $5.

OSU Softball vs. Portland State, 2 and 4 pm, Softball Complex, OSU, Corvallis. FREE.

Siobhan Vanlanen, folk, 8 pm, Borders Books. FREE.

MARCH 16 OSU Gymnastics Shanico Invitational, 7 pm, Gill Coliseum, OSU, Corvallis. $10 reserved, $6 gen., $4 sr., child.

Jo Jo Jensen reads, 1 pm, Borders Books. FREE.

MARCH 17 William Coulter, Ken Perlman, 7:30 pm, First Congregational Church. $10 adv., $11 dos.

Annual Bach Birthday Concert, Myles Criss, Ken Saul, 4 pm, Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan. 757-6647. $5 sugg. don.

MARCH 20 "Creating Local Currency, a Community Time Exchange," 7 pm, Corvallis Public Library Meeting Rm. FREE.

MARCH 21 Alzheimer's Association brown bag lunch, 11:30 am, Corvallis Sr. Ctr. Register at 758-3217. FREE.

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

 
Neal Pollack reads, Powell's Books, Portland. See March 20, On the Road.
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MARCH 14 Garden of Stone, ceramic sculpture by Karen Kargianis, Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Porltand, through March 30. FREE.

The Most Happy Fella, 8 pm tonight and March 15, 16, 22 and 23, with 2:30 pm showings March 10 and 17, Albany Civic Theatre, Albany. $10, $8 sr., stu.

The Crucible, Red Octopus Theatre Company, 8 pm tonight, tomorrow and March 16, with a 2 pm matinee March 10, Newport Performing Arts Center, Newport. $10, $8 stu., sr.

Shaolin "Wheel of Life" kung-fu monks, 8 pm, Schnitzer Hall, Portland. $25-$35.

MARCH 15 The Don Ho Show, Hoku, 8 pm, Chinook Winds Casino and Convention Center, Lincoln City. $15-$40.

MARCH 16 Dance Party for Peace with Oregon Peace Works features belly dancing, live music, theater and more, 2:30 pm to 3 am, St. Paul Episcopal Church, Salem. $5-$25 ss.

Oregon Peace Choir, Soromundi Lesbian Chorus, 7:30 pm, Florence Events Center. $9, $7 stu., sr.

Tom Spanbauer, Suzanne Lummis perform, 7 pm, Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Newport. $7, students two for one.

Norman Mesman, 5 pm, Rage Gallery, Florence. FREE.

32nd Annual Yachats Arts and Crafts Fair, 9 am to 5 pm today and 10 am to 4 pm tomorrow, Yachats Commons, Yachats. FREE.

MARCH 17 Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 8 pm, Rose Garden Arena, Portland. $40.50-$86.

MARCH 18 Pat Metheny Group, 7 pm, Shnitzer, Portland. $32.50-$52.50.

MARCH 19 Naomi Shihab reads poetry, 7:30 pm, Wieden & Kennedy Building, 224 NW 13th Ave., Portland. $14.

Ben Folds, The Divine Comedy, 9 pm, Crystal Ballroom, Portland. $20.

MARCH 20 Neal Pollack Reads, 7:30 pm, Powell's Books, Portland. FREE.

MARCH 21 The Greater Northwest Equine Expo features clinicians, horses and equine products at 4 pm today, from 10 am to 9 pm tomorrow, from 9 am to 9 pm March 23, and from 9 am to 6 pm March 24, Linn County Fair and Expo facilities, Albany. $8 day, $4 day children 6-12, children under 5 free.

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ATTN: Opportunities
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum seeks volunteers to train as nature guides. Free training begins April 3. Credit for students. 747-1504.

The Oregon Chamber Players are accepting college students for musical coaching. Applications at (888)-627-8788 ext. 1

Lane Arts Council Community Arts Grants applications are due May 1. For guidelines and form, send self-addressed stamped #10 envelope to Grant Application, Lane Arts Council, 44 W. Broadway, Suite 304, Eugene, OR 97401.

The LCC Volunteer Tutor Program seeks literacy tutors. Trainings are April 3, 10 and 17. Call Amy, 463-5919.

The Oregon Country Fair seeks entertainers for the 2002 fair. For application see www.oregoncountryfair.org or write to 442 Lawrence, Eugene, OR, 97402.


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