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Stumptown Goes Hollywood set for Nov. 17; Maryhill Winery expanding; Arts Council to open holiday marketplace

Stumptown Goes Hollywood set for Nov. 17

Stumptown Stages will hold its annual fundraising gala at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Oswego Lake Ccountry Club, 20 Iron Mountain Blvd., Lake Oswego.

With the theme Stumptown Goes Hollywood, attendees are encouraged to wear their best red carpet look, or dress as their favorite movie character.

The event will feature winning music from the Academy Awards Best Original Song nomination category, dinner, silent and oral auctions and more.

Tickets can be purchased online.

Maryhill Winery expanding

Maryhill Winery Tasting Room and Bistro is expanding into the restaurant business, with a new name, new brand and upcoming location in the Seattle market.

The business is now showcasing regionally inspired food along with its wines at Washington locations in Goldendale, Spokane, Vancouver and soon, Woodinville.

To learn more visit the winery's Facebook.

Arts Council to open holiday marketplace

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego will open its annual holiday marketplace at its ARTspace Gallery Nov. 30 through Dec. 28.

The holiday marketplace showcases work including fine art, wood, ceramics, jewelry, handmade gifts, ornaments, leather goods, textiles and accessories.

A First Friday opening reception with discounts and raffle will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Dec. 6. A Friends Shopping Night will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 11.

The holiday marketplace will be held in the Arts Council's gallery space located at 510 First St., Lake Oswego. Visit the ACLO website for more information.

Adults can now participate in Scrap PDX

SCRAP PDX has been providing art materials and environmental education for children for the past 20 years, and now is expanding its offerings to adults.

The first Camp SCRAP for grownups will be held Nov. 8-10 at its studio located at 1736 S.W. Alder St., Portland. Participants will learn creative skills that incorporate reuse materials during a weekend camp session.

After an introductory crafty happy hour evening and facility tour, the campers will spend Saturday and Sunday working on indepth art projects while exploring the creative potential of discarded materials.

Instructor-led activities include leatherworking, bookbinding, jewelry making with bicycle tubes, assemblage shrine building, and getting messy with surface design.

With plenty of open craft time and access to all the materials of the SCRAP creative reuse center store, the possibilities for expression are endless.

Folks of all creative skill levels are invited to register. Registration fee is $245 and includes plenty of art materials for the projects. Only 12 spots are available.

Register online .


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