Shake a leg for Valentine's
Woodburn Estates Dance & Social Club announced that the "Valentines Ball" will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at the golf auditorium, 1776 Country Club Road.
The zany "Taska & the Party Band" will provide the entertainment, while the club is hosting the event. It is open to mature adults and the public. Cover charge is $10 at the door and includes dancing, raffle entry and an assortment of snacks and desserts provided by Cascade Park Retirement Community.
Club spokesman Bill Coleman noted that the event also offers an assortment of imported and domestic beers and wine by the glass for a nominal fee. Attendees may also bring your favorite wine, "and we'll gladly cork it for you."
The featured band will deliver a variety of dance music. According to the Taska Music website:
"Taska Barlow has performed from Alaska to Nebraska and Nevada to Nashville. Her music career began in the Pacific Northwest, where she worked as a single act playing guitar before putting bands together and touring. Songwriter Workshops in Nashville, headlining the Alaska SE State Fair, performing on Norwegian Cruise Lines and many Nevada cabarets have fond memories for Taska, but are never more important than each new audience at every performance."
To reserve a table for four or more people, call JoAnn at 503 989-8590.
The next club event will be a "Spring Fling!" it's described as a fun filled party with dancing and surprises featuring the country sounds of "The Jesse James Band" on Saturday, April 18.
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