Who's On Third? Community Concert set for Feb. 17
The Feb. 17 concert for Who's On Third? community concert series will feature the Occasional Quartet, a men's vocal group. The concert will take place from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at Woodburn United Methodist Church, 700 N. Cascade Drive in Woodburn.
The concert is a benefit for AWARE food bank in Woodburn. Audience members are encouraged to bring donations of non-perishable food to the event. The freewill offering collected at the concert will also be donated to AWARE.
Harrison, Johnson to present Valentine concerts
Michael Allen Harrison and Julianne Johnson will present Valentine concerts Feb. 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. at the Canby Pioneer Chapel. Tickets are $35 and $45 online at michaelallenharrison.com. Canby Pioneer Chapel is located at 508 NW 3rd St., Canby.
Family Art Making event set for Feb. 28
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego will host a Family Art Making event from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 28 on "Mud Cloth Hangings: Expressing our Cultural Heritage through Art." The event takes place at the Arts Council offices, 510 1st St., Lake Oswego, and is intended for children ages 5 through 12 and their parents. The program is free, however donations to cover expenses are appreciated. For more information call 503-675-3738 or visit artscouncillo.org.
Happy Valley releases call to sculptors
The City of Happy Valley is seeking up to six sculptors for the latest installation in their City Hall Sculpture Garden. The call is open to artists residing in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California. The exhibition period is July 2019 through June 2021. Submissions may include proposed, partially or fully completed sculptures. The city will provide each selected artist a $750 honorarium per sculpture. Deadline to apply is March 18 at 5 p.m.
CycleOregon lineup announced
The 2019 Cycle Oregon lineup of fully supported rides has been announced. There are three distinct events planned — a weeklong road ride, a weekend gravel ride and a one-day, women only ride. Each event enables riders of all abilities to explore the state's renowned natural beauty on two wheels, plus connects riders with rural towns such as Oakridge, Dufur and Independence.
The Classic (7-day ride), to be held Sept. 7 through 14, returns to Central Oregon, where cyclists will be immersed in some of the state's most iconic and stunning natural landscapes. The loop, which is 430 miles, plus an additional 60-mile option, includes the majestic Cascade Mountains, three of the country's most scenic rivers and Crater Lake.
The Gravel, to be held May 17 through 19, lets cyclists experience the challenges and scenic beauty of gravel road riding. This year's ride is limited to just 500 riders and is based out of the historic farming town of Dufur in the eastern Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The ride features a combination of gravel and paved roads.
The Joyride, to be held June 22, is heading to Independence, the heart of the Willamette Valley. Women cyclists of all ages and all ranges of experience can choose among three different fully supported rides (18, 40 and 64 miles) among rolling hills, orchards, vineyards and wide-open farmlands.
To learn more visit cycleoregon.com.
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