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In an outrageous week of outdoor music at the Cuthbert Amphitheater, Monday features the music of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash (top). One of the few remaining "supergroups" that lasted from the late '60s to present, Crosby, Stills and Nash have a grand repertoire from which to draw, including hits such as "Marrakesh Express," "Teach Your Children" and "Dark Star." Then, a mere 24 hours hence, who takes the same stage but three legends in their own rights. Jackson Browne (right), Keb' Mo' and Steve Earle each play Tuesday evening sets that should rank high in the history of Cuthbert music. See Monday and Tuesday Calendar.


Hold Me Up to the Light, the Peter Wilde tribute CD is selling well at Eugene's House of Records. The eclectic double CD took dozens of renowned artists more than a year to make, at which time they presented it to a bewildered Wilde, along with a sizeable bill (only merely approaching what Wilde could earn were he to sell all the CDs) for its production. Wilde then played the Willamette Valley Folk Festival and recently the Oregon Country Fair. His portion of the tab is now paid off, so if you haven't picked up your copy, go to House of Records on 13th Ave. and experience what numerous local and national musicians feel about one of Eugene's longtime folksiest talents.


At the 15th Annual 2003 Da Vinci Days, "Road to Discovery," you can cheer on the kinetic sculpture vehicles as they race through water, mud, and sand; enjoy music performed on three stages; immerse yourself in a variety of films at the film and video festival; laugh at the antics of renowned street performers; see a theatrical performance commemorating the Legacy of da Vinci; admire the imaginative community art project, spend hours in the OPB Children's Village and much, much more. All spread over three days in Corvallis' Central Park and OSU campus. See July 18, Corvallis Events.


The free Emerald Empire HempFest at Alton Baker Park strives to promote awareness of hemp's uses and benefits as a means to counteract, neutralize and eradicate government propaganda regarding the plant, Cannabis sativa. Organizers of the festival also strive to facilitate research and development of hemp-based products and processes. Featuring music, food, hemp-product vendors; if you're feeling low, the HempFest should be for you. See Saturday Calendar.


Thursday, July 17
Sunrise 5:46 am; Sunset 8:52 pm
Av High 82; Av Low 51

SONOTRA SHOWS IN THE THE ARCHAEOLOGY CHANNEL INTERNATIONAL FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL AT THE MCDONALD THEATRE. SEE THURSDAY, JULY 17 CALENDAR.

FESTIVALS The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival features films, guided field trips, workshops, children's programs and more, today through July 19, McDonald Theatre. For schedule, go to www.archaeologychannel.org$6 for one-day tickets, field trips priced separately.

Shri Krishna Summer Festival features music, chanting, meditation and vegetarian feast, 7 pm, WOW Hall. FREE.

GATHERINGS Meridian Farmers Market, noon to 5 pm Thursdays, 18th Ave. and Willamette St. FREE.

HIV counseling and testing, 9 to 11:15 am Thursdays, 135 E. 6th Ave. $15.

Civilian Conservation Corps reunion picnic, 11 am, Longbow Organization Camp or 10 am to carpool at the Sweet Home Ranger Station, 3225 Hwy 20. Bring a dish to share. 466-5511. FREE.

KIDSTUFF "Peewee Playground" for ages 3-5 features singing, stories, crafts, active games and more, 9 am to noon Mondays through Thursdays through Aug. 14, Eastgate Woodlands and Thurston Park, Spfd. Children must be toilet trained and with parent/caregiver. 736-4544. FREE.

"Junk Sculpture Fun" 10 am to 3 pm, MECCA. For information and to sign up, call 302-1810. FREE.

Winnie The Pooh, 11 am today, tomorrow and July 19, outside Robinson Theatre, Villard, UO. $4.

Baby storytime, 10:15 am, Downtown Library. FREE.

4-H Fair/FFA Youth Fair, 9 am to 5 pm today, tomorrow and July 19, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. FREE.

Teddy Bear Picnic, noon, Springfield Library. FREE.

"Silly Stories & Twisted Tales," 11:30 am today, tomorrow and July 19, 24, 25 and 26, Impact! Arts, 2520 Harris St. 431-1177. $2 sugg. don.

Dr. Delusions Illusions magic show, 11:30 am, Douglas Gardens Park. FREE.

Book Group for Kids, 3:30 pm, Downtown, Bethel Branch Libraries. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS Poetry Lives! features poetry by Jenny Root, Charles Thielman, Claudia Lapp and Denise Wallace; music by Jim Hershey, 7 pm, Cozmic Pizza at The Strand, 8th Ave. and Charnelton St. FREE.

MUSIC Deb Cleveland, 6:30 pm, Sheldon Community Center and Park. FREE.

Hip-hop battle features cash prizes, 9:30 pm, Core Star Center. $5.

Tamaras, 8 pm, Café Paradiso. $3-$5.

Vakasara Mbira Group, 8 pm, Luna. $7.

Danny Dolinger, Matt the Electrician, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $4.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "From Monkey Mind to Clear Mind," Sakyong Mipham, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION 1-hour fast bike rides, noon Monday through Friday, Bike Friday. 687-0487. FREE.

Kayak trip on the Willamette River, 5 pm, Oregon River Sports. FREE.

SPIRITUAL "The Turn" aerobic prayer, 7:30 pm, Friends Meeting House, 2274 Onyx St. FREE.

Eugene peace circle, noon Thursdays, Suite 306, 474 Willamette St. 684-3850. FREE.

Prayer for Peace circles, noon Monday through Friday, Unity of the Valley. FREE.

 

Friday, July 18
Sunrise 5:47 am; Sunset 8:51 pm
Av High 82; Av Low 51

ARTS/VISUAL An opening for Look What the Cat Brought In, 6:09 pm, Feinstein's Museum of Unfine Art and Records. FREE.

BENEFIT Locks of Love hair drive, Fridays and Tuesdays through June, 20 W. 17th Ave. 870-0388. don.

THE LIFESAVAS PERFORM AT THIER SPIRIT IN STONE CD RELEASE PARTY WITH MEMBERS OF QUANNUM CLIQUE, BLACKALICIOUS AND LATYRX, REPRESENTIN' FOR THE PORTLAND HOMEBOYS. ROSELAND THEATER, PORTLAND. SEE JULY 18, ON THE ROAD.

FESTIVAL The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival continues. See Thursday, July 17.

GATHERINGS Bohemia Mining Days features drumming, dancing, costume contests, a parade, pow wows, live music, booths and more, 10 am to 10 pm today through July 20, Coiner Park, Cottage Grove. For
information, go to www.cottagegrove.net/history/bohemiadays/bohemia.html

Vegan potluck, 7 pm, McNeil-Riley House. 341-1690. FREE.

KIDSTUFF Playgroup for moms and newborns to 2-year-olds, 10 am, Bambini. FREE.

"Crazy Cartography" features hands-on science surrounding bees, noon to 4 pm today and tomorrow, The Science Factory. Free with admission to Science Sleuths exhibit.

Harry Potter and the Young Readers Book Group, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

"Silly Stories & Twisted Tales" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

4-H Fair/FFA Youth Fair continues. See Thursday, July 17.

Winnie The Pooh continues. See Thursday, July 17.

MUSIC Skip Jones and the Two-Headed Boogie Monster, 9 pm, Luna. $5.

Jason Webley, Danial Ari, Aaron Seeman, more, 9:30 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION People Powered Fridays features biking, music, breakfast and prizes, 7 to 9 am, Amazon Bike Path and Polk St. FREE.

1-hour fast bike rides continue. See Thursday, July 17.

PRESENTATION "Lake Borne of Fire" slide presentation on Clear Lake, 8:30 pm, Clear Lake Day Use Shelter. FREE.

SPIRITUAL Prayer for Peace circles continue. See Thursday, July 17.

THEATER Hair, 8 pm tonight and July 19, 25 and 26, Actors Cabaret. $15 res., $10 gen., $29.95 for dinner and show.

 

Saturday, July 19
Sunrise 5:47 am; Sunset 8:50 pm
Av High 82; Av Low 51

CELEBRATIONS Annual Open Garden & Harvest Celebration features garden displays, workshops, food and more, 11 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow, Sawmill Ballroom Lavender Farm, Lorane. Workshops $8, admission is free.

Cozmic Pizza Grand Opening Bash features music and dance by Americanistan, bellydancing, food and beverages, 7 to 10 pm, Cozmic Pizza at The Strand, 199 W. 8th Ave. $5.

COMEDY ComedySportz, 8 pm, The ComedySportz Theatre, 10th Ave. and Oak St. 517-9996. $8, $7 with a can of food for FOOD for Lane Co.

DANCE Eugene Singles Ministry "Patriotic Dance," 7 pm, Oak Hills School. $6.

FESTIVALS Emerald Empire Hempfest features booths, music, art, food and information to promote awareness of hemp's uses, 10 am to 10 pm, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

"Rolling in the Sun" Tactics Skate Festival features demos, music and contests, noon, Washington /Jefferson Park. Registration at 10 am. Event is FREE.

The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival continues. See Thursday, July 17.

WILDERNESS WEEK FEATURES MANY HIKES, CAMPOUTS AND CELEBRATIONS IN OREGON'S FORESTS. SEE SATURDAY.

GATHERINGS Saturday Market features more than 150 local artisans, international food court and live music, 10 am to 5 pm Saturdays, Park Blocks. David Rogers plays at 10 am; Tracy Chipman at 11; Trio Grande at noon; Alan Byer at 1 pm; Walker T. & the Delta Mystics at 2 pm and Jessie Rae & the Blues Turtles play at 3:30 pm. FREE.

Home Builders Association of Lane Co. 2003 Tour of Homes, 6 to 9 pm weekdays and from noon to 6 pm Saturdays and Sundays today through July 27. Information and schedules are available at the Eugene and Springfield Chambers of Commerce.

Open house, 3 to 5 pm, Peaceful Valley Healing Arts Center, 85186 Larson Rd. For information call 683-6083. FREE.

Southtowne Shoppes Farmers Market, Saturdays 9 am to 3 pm, and Tuesdays 11 am to 3 pm, 28th Ave. and Oak St. FREE.

Farmers Market features produce, plants and flowers from more than 40 local growers, 9 am to 4 pm Saturdays and from 10 am to 3 pm Tuesdays, 8th Ave. and Oak St. FREE.

Growers Market features fresh grown local produce/fruit, artisans and crafters displaying wares, entertainment and more, main park, 9 am to 3 pm, Cottage Grove. FREE.

Veneta Saturday market features produce, crafts and festivities, 10 am to 5 pm Saturdays, Veneta. 935-2268. FREE.

Bohemia Mining Days continues. See Friday.

KIDSTUFF Babycakes grand opening celebration features bilingual storytime and songs with Jessie Marquez, 10 am, magic with Invincible Vincent at noon, balloons, clown, free babycakes all day, Babycakes, 760 Blair Blvd. FREE.

Action Night features gymnastics, video games, pizza and supervision, 5 to 9 pm, Gymnastics Northwest, Spfd. $12.

Children's storytime, 11 am, Borders Books. FREE.

KMTR KIDJAM 2003 features education, entertainment, fun and prizes, 10 am to 6 pm, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. FREE.

Lesbian Social Group, 5 pm, Roaring Rapids Pizza., Glenwood. FREE.

Saturday storytime, 10 am, Barnes and Noble Books. FREE.

"Silly Stories & Twisted Tales" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

"Crazy Cartography" continues. See Friday.

Winnie The Pooh continues. See Thursday, July 17.

4-H Fair/FFA Youth Fair continues. See Thursday, July 17.

MUSIC Emerald Baroque Ensemble, 2 pm, the Atrium. FREE.

Golden Bough, 8 pm, Café Paradiso. $11.50.

Danny Barnes, The Barbed Wire Cutters, 9:30 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $5.

The Ovulators, The Go Downs, The Shudders, 9:30 pm, Luckey's. $3.

The West Coast Rhythm Kings, 8 pm, Sweetwater's, Valley River Inn. FREE.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION "Tai Chi in the Park," 9 am Saturdays, 17th Ave. and Charnelton St. 345-0988. don.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" Oregon Wild Forest Coalition's Wilderness Week features hikes, celebrations and campouts today through July 27. For schedule go to www.oregonwild.org7th Annual Art for Your Garden Show features music, wine tasting and garden art, 9 am to 5:30 pm today and from 10 am to 4 pm tomorrow, Robert's Nursery. FREE.

GEARS rides 33 miles, McKenzie View. Meet at 9 am, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

Obsidians hike 10 miles, Grizzly Peak; Rosary Lakes; 11 miles, The Twins. See YMCA board for details. $3-$4 sugg. don.

McKenzie River Home and Garden Tour features tours of six homes and gardens, 10 am to 5 pm, Hwy. 126. For information call 822-6221. $10 adv., $12 dos.

Kayak trip on the McKenzie River, 9 am, ORS. FREE.

Open garden work day, 10 am to 2 pm, Churchill Community Gardens, 2200 Bailey Hill Rd. FREE.

PRESENTATION "Native Tools? Obsidian Use in the McKenzie Valley," 7 pm, Delta Campground Amphitheater. FREE.

SCIENCE "Summer Sky Above Eugene" interactive show features planets, stars and images from the Hubble telescope, 2 pm, The Science Factory Hands-on Children's Museum. Free with admission to the "Crazy Cartography" exhibit.

SPIRITUAL Tibetan Buddhist meditation with Tenzin La Gurmey, 9 am Saturdays and 6:30 pm Wednesdays. For information call 554-9696. $2-$5 ss.

THEATER Hair continues. See Friday.

 

Sunday, July 20
Sunrise 5:48 am; Sunset 8:49 pm
Av High 83; Av Low 51

CELEBRATION Annual Open Garden & Harvest Celebration continues. See Saturday.

COMEDY Is it Funny Enough For You? Comedy Workout performance, 8 pm, Actors Cabaret. $7.

GATHERINGS "Strategies to prevent demolition and redevelopment in Moss/Villard/Columbia neighborhood," 7 pm Sundays, 13th and Alder Starbucks. FREE.

Mercado Latino features vendors of Mexican and Peruvian food, produce, handcrafts, music, clothes, children's activities, music and more, 11 am to 5 pm Sundays through Oct. 26, 8th Ave. and Oak St. FREE.

Open air market features crafts, farmers, music and food vendors, 11 am to 7 pm Sundays through Nov. 30, downtown Blue River. Pinata at noon, Ballet Folklorico Azteca performs at 3:30 pm. FREE.

Bohemia Mining Days continues. See Friday.

2003 Tour of Homes continues. See Saturday.

MUSIC Brass Aspirations, 6:30 pm, Washburne Park. FREE.

Clem Snide, The Long Winters, The Carolines, 8:30 pm, WOW Hall. $8 adv., $10 dos.

Tony Kaltenberg CD release, 8:30 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $3-$5 ss.

ON THE AIR "The Healing Connection" features "Tibetan Buddhism," Ani Tsering Chodron," 8 pm today and 7 pm July 17, CTV 22 & 29.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Obsidians hike 8 miles, Belknap Crater; 7 miles, Hobbit Trail and 5 miles, Mt. Scott. See YMCA board for details. $3-$4 sugg. don.

GEARS rides 62 and 100 miles, Ramble pre-ride. Meet at 8 am, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

"Land of Fire and Ice" guided walk, 11 am, 1 and 2:30 pm, Dee Wright Observatory. For information call 822-3381. FREE.

Tai Chi with Machiko Shirai, 1 pm today, July 27 and Aug. 3 and 10, Scobert Park. FREE.

Art for Your Garden Show continues. See Saturday.

McKenzie River Home and Garden Tour continues. See Saturday.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" continues. See Saturday.

SPIRITUAL "Vision and Heartsong Share," 10 am Sundays. For information call 484-3114 between 8 and 9 pm. FREE.

Dances of Universal Peace, 7:30 pm Sundays, Four Winds Yoga. don.

Falun Gong exercise, 9 am
Sundays, Gold's Gym, Spfd. www.falundafaoregon.orgFREE.

Tibetan Buddhist teachings feature meditation, chanting and recitation, 11 am to 1 pm, 3333 Storey Blvd. 431-1066. FREE.

 

Monday, July 21
Sunrise 5:49 am; Sunset 8:48 pm
Av High 83; Av Low 51

ARTS/VISUAL Life drawing sessions, 7:30 to 10:15 pm Mondays, 439 W. 2nd Ave. 302-2727. $5.

GATHERINGS HIV counseling/testing, 4 to 7 pm Mondays, HIV Alliance, 1966 Garden Ave. don.

French conversation, 3:30 to 5:30 pm Mondays. For information call 937-2304. $5.

Emerald Ecos Community Currency organizational meeting, 6 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. FREE.

PFLAG (Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual and Transgendered Persons) meeting, 6:45 pm, First Congregational Church. FREE.

Gentle yoga for people with multiple sclerosis, 10:45 am to 12:45 pm Mondays, Hilyard Community Center. $5.

Autism Support Group, 4:30 pm, Mary's Episcopal Church. FREE.

Women's drop-in support group for survivors of sexual abuse, 7 pm Mondays, Sexual Assault Support Services. 484-9791. FREE.

2003 Tour of Homes continues. See Saturday.

KIDSTUFF "Recycled Wire Works" 10 am to 3 pm through July 24, MECCA. For information and to sign up, call 302-1810. FREE.

"Peewee Playground" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

MUSIC Crosby, Stills and Nash, 7 pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater. $46.

OUTDOORS/RECREATIONNearby Nature "Action Walk," 4 pm, Alton Baker Park Host Residence. FREE.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" continues. See Saturday.

The Eugene Emeralds play the Everett AquaSox, 7:05 pm today, tomorrow and July 23, Civic Stadium. $8 box, $5 general, $4 sr., stu.

1-hour fast bike rides continue. See Thursday, July 17.

SPIRITUAL Prayer for Peace circles continue. See Thursday, July 17.

THEATER "Get Down With Your Sweet Self" personal theater for women, 7:15 pm Mondays, Friends Meeting Hall. 686-8119. $9.

VIGIL Brethren and Mennonites vigil, 4:30 pm, Federal Building. FREE.

 

Tuesday, July 22
Sunrise 5:50 am; Sunset 8:47 pm
Av High 83; Av Low 51

BENEFIT Locks of Love hair drive continues. See Friday.

GATHERINGS Southtowne Shoppes Farmers Market continues. See Saturday.

Farmers Market continues. See Saturday. FREE.

2003 Tour of Homes continues. See Saturday.

KIDSTUFF Talent show for teens, 6 pm, Downtown Library. To participate call 682-8316. FREE.

"Recycled Wire Works" continues. See Monday.

Tuesday Toddlertime, 10 am, Barnes and Noble Books. FREE.

Toddler storytime, 10:15 and 11 am, Downtown Library. FREE.

"Peewee Playground" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

LITERARY ARTS Chick-Lits Book Group discusses Friendship Cake by Lynne Hinton, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

MUSIC Skip Jones and the Spirit of New Orleans, 6:30 pm, Amazon Center. FREE.

Jackson Browne, Keb' Mo,
Steve Earle, 7 pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater. $45.

Joy Askew & Echo, 9:30 pm, Luna. $7.

ON THE AIR "Alternative Radio" features "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy," Greg Palast, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Canoe and Kayak trip on Coyote Creek, 5 pm, ORS. FREE.

Obsidians hike 11 miles, Yapoah Crater. See YMCA board for details. $3-$4 sugg. don.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" continues. See Saturday.

The Ems play the Sox. See Monday.

1-hour fast bike rides continue. See Thursday, July 17.

PRESENTATIONS "Moving From Conflict to Collaboration," Kris King, 7 pm, The Wings Bldg. 683-8540. FREE.

"Active Life," Sunny Kierstyn, 12:30 pm, Willamalane Sr. Adult Activity Cntr., Spfd. FREE.

SPIRITUAL Video meeting and meditation with GangaJi, 7 pm Tuesdays, 5th St. Market, 4th floor, Conf. Rm. FREE.

Prayer for Peace circles continue. See Thursday, July 17.

VIGIL Peace vigil, 4:30 pm Tuesdays, Island Park and Main Streets, Spfd. 747-5886. FREE.

 

Wednesday, July 23
Sunrise 5:51 am; Sunset 8:46 pm
Av High 83; Av Low 51

GATHERINGS Caring for the Caregiver support group, Wednesday afternoons. For information, call 687-6234. FREE.

2003 Tour of Homes continues. See Saturday.

KIDSTUFF Wednesday evening storytime, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

Destination DJ karaoke for kids, 11:30 am, Meadow Park, Spfd. FREE.

Teen Council meeting, 4 pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

"Recycled Wire Works" continues. See Monday.

"Peewee Playground" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

LITERARY ARTS Adult Book Group meeting, noon, Downtown Library. FREE.

JIM BRICKMAN PLAYS AT SECRET HOUSE VINEYARD. SEE WEDNESDAY.

MUSIC Jim Brickman, 5 pm, Secret House Vineyard, Veneta. $25.

Brian Cutean plays, 6:30 pm picnic, 7 pm concert, Scobert Park. FREE.

Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, The Rotten Apples, 8:30 pm, WOW Hall. $8 adv., $10 dos.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION GEARS rides 30 miles, Fox Hollow. Meet at 6 pm, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

Obsidians hike 5.6 miles, Lowder Mtn. See YMCA board for details. $3-$4 sugg. don.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" continues. See Saturday.

The Ems play the Sox. See Monday.

1-hour fast bike rides continue. See Thursday, July 17.

PRESENTATIONS "The HEART of Healing" for strengthening abilities in connection and intuition, Russ Reina, 7 pm, Foolscap Books. www.lostvalley.orgFREE.

Presentation and raw food preparation by the Boutenko family, 6 pm, the Conquering Lion, 1435 Willamette St. 463-0800. $25 includes food, $15 stu., sr.

SPIRITUAL Prayer for Peace circles continue. See Thursday, July 17.

Tibetan Buddhist meditation continues. See Saturday.

VIGIL Vigil, 4:30 pm, Federal Building. FREE.

 

Thursday, July 24
Sunrise 5:52 am; Sunset 8:45 pm
Av High 83; Av Low 51

GATHERINGS Meridian Farmers Market continues. See Thursday, July 17.

HIV counseling and testing continues. See Thursday, July 17.

2003 Tour of Homes continues. See Saturday.

KIDSTUFF "Camp Read-it!" for 4th, 5th and 6th graders, 1 to 3 pm, Springfield Library. FREE.

"Recycled Wire Works" continues. See Monday.

Baby storytime, 10:15 am, Downtown Library. FREE.

"Peewee Playground" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

"Silly Stories & Twisted Tales" continues. See Thursday, July 17.

LECTURE "All About Coins and Coin Collecting," 1:30 pm, Willamalane Sr. Adult Activity Cntr., Spfd. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS A celebration for Best Essays NW, work from Oregon Quarterly Magazine features appearances by Robin Cody, Lauren Kessler, Bobbie Willis and others, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

Jim Brown reads, 6 pm, Luna. FREE.

Reflective Readers discusses Atonement by Ian McEwan, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble. FREE.

MUSIC The Valley Boys, 6:30 pm, Petersen Park. FREE.

The Ovulators, 9 pm, Sam Bond's Garage. $3.

The Jazz Mandolin Project, 8:30 pm, WOW Hall. $12 adv., $14 dos.

Accordions Anonymous, 6 pm, Coiner Park, Cottage Grove. FREE.

ON THE AIR "New Dimensions" features "Making Friends With Death," Jane Gignoux, 6:30 pm, KLCC, 89.7 FM.

"The Healing Connection" continues. See Sunday.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Obsidians hike 6 miles, Gwynn Creek. See YMCA board for details. $3-$4 sugg. don.

1-hour fast bike rides continue. See Thursday, July 17.

GEARS rides 40 miles, Four Hills. Meet at 9 am, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

"Discover Oregon's Overlooked Wilderness Gems" continues. See Saturday.

SPIRITUAL Prayer for Peace circles continue. See Thursday, July 17.

Eugene peace circle continues. See Thursday, July 17.

THEATER Balm in Gilead, 8 pm tonight, tomorrow, July 26, 31 and Aug. 1 and 2, Lord Leebrick Theatre. $10.

 

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

JULY 17 MFA 2003, work by UO graduate students, Pacific NW College of Art, Portland, through July 31. FREE.

The Oregon 2003 Biennial and The Shape of Color, work by Joan Miro‚, Portland Art Museum, through Sept. 7. $10, $9 sr. stu, $6 youth.

Lone Star Love Potion, 8 pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through Aug. 30, and a show Aug. 31. $9.50, $8.50 sr., $6.50 stu.

Piano Festival Northwest, today through July 20, World Forestry Center, Portland. For information go to www.fpa.pdx.edu/prs.

JULY 18 World Rib-Eating Championship, 7 pm tonight and at 6 pm tomorrow, Chinook Winds Casino, Lincoln City. FREE.

Steve Kimock Band, 9 pm today and tomorrow, Crystal Ballroom, Portland. $18 adv., $20 dos.

Lifesavas CD Release Party with Blackalicious and Latyrx, 9 pm, Roseland Theater, Portland. $12.

JULY 19 The Land of Umpqua Wine Festival, noon to 11 pm, Stewart Park, Roseburg. $5, $2 youth.

Hot Flashes! The Musical, 8 pm, Newport Performing Arts Center. $16.

Carifest 2003 features musicians and artists celebrating the diversity of the Caribbean, noon to 8 pm, PSU Park Blocks, Portland. FREE.

LIZ PHAIR PLAYS THE CRYSTAL BALLROOM, PORTLAND. SEE JULY 22, ON THE ROAD.

JULY 22 Liz Phair, 9 pm, Crystal Ballroom, Portland. $17.50.

JULY 23 Bob Dylan and his band, 6:30 pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $37.50.

JULY 24 Lipizzaner Stallions, 7:30 pm, Douglas Co. Fairgrounds, Roseburg. $19.50.

 

Corvallis Events
Note- Continuation dates for Corvallis events are listed under the first day of the event.

JULY 17 Music A La Carte, noon, MU Lounge, OSU. FREE.

JULY 18 Da Vinci Days features kinetic sculpture vehicles, children's activities, food and drink, music, entertainment, film and video festival and more, today through July 20, Central Park and the OSU Campus. $7 for three-day pass, $4 per day.

JULY 19 Corvallis Saturday Market features local crafts, food, children's activities and entertainment, 9 am to 1 pm Saturdays through Nov. 22, South Riverfront parking lot, 1st and Jackson Streets. FREE.

Brent Hartinger speaks and reads from his novel, Geography Club, 3 pm, Grassroots Books. FREE.

JULY 23 Corvallis Wednesday Farmers Market features local produce, 8 am to 1 pm Wednesdays through Nov. 26, Benton Co. Fairgrounds. FREE.

JULY 24 Music A La Carte, noon, MU Lounge, OSU. FREE.

 

Attn: Opportunities

The Hempfest at Alton Baker Park needs volunteers and vendors. Call 606-3062.

 

Dance Listings:

Th: Alfredo's Bellydancing—7, 8. For location, call 302-8143.
Scottish—7:30, Friends Meeting Hall. No Phone.
Tribal Bellydance, Beg.—7, Int.—8, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Argentine Tango—8, Studio B. www.eugenetango.comRazia's Bellydance II—5:30, River Rd. Parks and Rec. 688-4052.
Ballet—10 am, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Margo's Modern—7:45, Eugene School of ballet. 344-5317.

Fr: Ballet—5:30, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Dance/Yoga—8:45 am, Friends Meeting Hall. 684-9701.
Jean's Dance Fitness—8:30 am, Eugene School of Ballet. 341-6448.
Ballroom—7:30, 220 Gerlinger, UO. 346-6025.

Sa: Ballet—10 am, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Salsa—8:30, Studio B. 461-6681.
Pre-ballet for children—11:30 am, creative movement—12:30, Paradise Dance Studio, 485-4669.
Swing—7, Rock 'n' Rodeo. 68-SWING.

Su: Argentine Tango, Beg.—6:30, Studio B. 343-2162.
West African—11 am, WOW Hall. 687-2746.

Mo: Ballet—5:30, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
West Coast Swing—7, Agate Hall. 687-9464.
Bellydance—7, Foolscap Bookstore. 686-2778.
Razia's Bellydance II—5:30, River Rd. Parks and Rec. 688-4052.
Flamenco—6:30, Gnome. 683-1937.
West African—7:30, WOW Hall. 687-2746.
Jean's Dance Fitness—8:30 am, Eugene School of Ballet. 341-6448.

Tu: Ballet—10 am, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Salsa—9, In-Shape Athletic Club. 345-9024.
International Folk—7:30, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 461-9328.
Swing—6:45, Rock 'n' Rodeo. 68-SWING.
Flamenco—6:30, Gnome. 683-1937.
Razia's Bellydance I—5:30, River Rd. Parks and Rec. 688-4052.
Margo's Modern—7:30, Eugene School of ballet. 344-5317.

We: Contact Improvisation—5:30, Agate Hall. 517-1897.
Jean's Dance Fitness—8:30 am, Eugene School of Ballet. 341-6448.
Middle Eastern—7:30, Ballet Fantastique. 461-2086.
Astryd's Middle Eastern, Int.—7:30, Eugene School of Ballet. 683-7778.
Ballet—5:30 pm, Paradise Dance Studio. 485-4669.
Swing/Lindy—8, Studio B, 189 W. 8th Ave. 684-4516.
Israeli—8, Temple Beth Israel. 343-8920.

 


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