Friends of Rogerson Clematis Garden plan seed class
The Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Garden will host a clematis seed-starting class Nov. 3 from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the garden, located at 125 Rosemont Road in West Linn.
Curator Linda Beutler and Greenhouse Manager Susan Toler wil lead participants through the several simple steps for starting clematis from seed, beginning with collecting seeds in the garden through potting seedlings at various stages of growth.
Class members will leave with bags of started seeds and a few seedlings in pots. All supplies provided. Cost is $25 or $10 for FRCC members. Register online at rogersonclematiscollection.org/combined-events.
years of theater
Krayon Kids Musical Theatre Company will celebrate its 25th anniversary of producing shows in Oregon City with its newest production, "A New Place for Dreamers," from Nov. 2-18.
Show times are 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings and 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
The show follows a talented young girl who is faced with reality when her dreams don't perfectly fall into place. She is forced to move back to her small hometown and find her new destiny. What will she do? Possibilities await, as the old theater in town is up for auction and someone needs to take over and rebuild.
The shows are presented in the Barclay Theater, 817 12th St., Oregon City.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. Call the box office to purchase at 503-656-6099.
Collingsworth Family to present Christmas concert
New Hope Community Church will present the Collingsworth Family in a Christmas concert scheduled for 7 p.m. on Nov. 30 at the church, located at 11731 S.E. Stevens Road in Portland.
The Collingsworth Family is an award-winning gospel singing group that has an all-concert ministry and is featured regularly on The Gospel Greats with Paul Heil, the nation's largest gospel music syndicated radio program.
Tickets range in price from $25-$35 and be purchased online at imcconcerts.com or by calling 800-965-9324.
— The Review
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