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Had he not been shot in the back by a maniac, John Lennon would be 66 years old this month. It's no surprise the man's got a cult following in Eugene: A quarter of the populace is his spitting image (see left). Organizers for the 25th Annual John Lennon Birthday Celebration are celebrating Lennon's life with tribute bands (including The Number 9 Band, Lennonite Choir, Red Pajamas and Paul & Nancy's Love Truffle, pictured left), food, dancing and merriment. Chief organizer and No. 9 Band member Beth Miriam Rose dubs it "a bit of baby-boomer heaven." This is the final celebration — hey, make room for George, Ringo and Paul! — so break out your mementos from 1969 (or their faux-equivalents) and head on down to the WOW Hall. See Saturday Calendar.

Back when Robert Hladky was the UO's cello professor (1961 through 1993), he and his wife, Joan, always hosted a big class picnic on their Christmas tree farm near Pleasant Hill at the end of the school year. "We'd play wiffleball," Joan says, and all of the cello students would come. Oregon Symphony member Ken Finch laughs that everyone played baseball except at the farm: "He didn't want us to hurt our hands!" With the community-minded Hladky (pictured right) about to turn 80, the community wants to give back: His friend and former student Susan Rockey Bowles organized a musical tribute to him. Nine string bass players and 23 cello players, all former students, are flying in from around the country (and internationally — one's coming from England) to honor their teacher and mentor at the Robert Hladky Cello-Bration in Beall Hall. Those partying low-voiced strings plan to play some John Phillip Sousa, some Villa-Lobos and something, we're sure, funky and wild as they cavort alongside the toy tractor and stuffed horse that Bowles wants onstage. They're overtaking current cello prof Steve Pologe's office and borrowing all of his cellos, but he's looking forward to playing in the tribute to his predecessor. See Tuesday Calendar.

Eugene should consider itself lucky to be a stopping point for this weekend's Night Gallery International Film Festival at DIVA. With other stops including Arizona, Alaska and New Zealand, this traveling film festival promises both filmmaker exposure to a variety of audiences and audience exposure to a variety of films. Dramatic features roll on Friday evening, with the highlight being Drop Box, a witty parable about what happens when celebrities don't keep track of their naughty homemade videos, and Luella Miller (pictured above), a psychological thriller about a strange woman who brings a small town's darkness to maximum intensity. Attend Sunday's screenings if you're in the mood for a smile, a chortle or an outright outburst of laughter (the whole day's devoted to comedy). If you miss the festival this time around, stay tuned: Short films will be featured in part two of the event, to be held Nov. 12 and 13. Go to http://proscenia.net/download/nightgallery to download full movie synopses. See Friday Calendar.

What's your favorite art supply? Is it pipe cleaners? Sparkly markers? Big sheets of molten metal? We're willing to bet pretty much everyone loves clay. But we remember making some, er, boldly designed (or perhaps deformed) representations of Sir Gawain and his horse back when we were Arthurian legend geeks, and so we bow down to the wondrous artists of the Clayfest. Now in its eighth year, Clayfest is a weekend full of gorgeous handmade objects from local artists (a sampling pictured right), and it even hosts a supervised Clay Discovery area for kids. Get your hands in the mud all year, but this weekend shell out some moolah for locally-created ceramics! See Saturday Calendar.


Sunrise 7:24am; Sunset 6:34pm, Av High 66; Av Low 41

ARTS/VISUAL A reception for "Art as Activism," LCC faculty exhibition, 4pm, LCC Art Gallery, Bldg. 11. 463-5409. FREE.

"Bad Politics, Good Music," video artist Bryan Boyce, w/Q&A, 8pm, DIVA. $5.

BENEFIT An evening of Brazilian music, sangria, martinis & tapas to benefit Relief Nursery, 6pm, El Vaquero, Fifth St. Public Mkt. $50.

DANCE Cirque Dreams: Jungle Fantasy, 7:30pm, Hult Center. www.hultcenter.org$25-$49.

FILM Reel Rock Film Tour: Dosage Vol. IV by Josh Lowell & First Ascent by Peter Mortimer, 7pm, 177 Lawrence Hall, UO. $7, $5 stu.

GATHERINGS Caregiver Support Group, 9:30am, Junction City Retirement Center, 500 E. 6th St. 998-6060. FREE.

Home Improvement Show, 5pm-9pm today & tomorrow; 10am-9pm Sa; 10am-5pm Su, Lane Events Center. www.eugenehomeshow.comor 484-9247. FREE w/canned food don.

5th Street Public Mkt. Block Party, feat. live music, noon-8pm today, tomorrow & Oct. 14, noon-6pm Oct. 15, 5th Street Public Mkt. 484-0383. FREE.

Gluten Intolerance Group meeting & picnic, 6pm, 1800 Lakewood Ct., off Hwy. 99. 914-6044. FREE.

Winter Cycling Commuter's Clinic, 7pm, REI. FREE.

Talk on Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), 7pm, Campbell Community Center. 682-5318. FREE.

Hearing Loss Association of Lane Co., 7pm, Hilyard Community Center. 345-3212. FREE.

Oregon Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) meeting, 7pm, McNail-Riley House, 13th & Jefferson. 683-1350. FREE.

Bike-in Movie, 9pm, UO campus, 13th & University St. FREE.

KIDS/FAMILIES Book Buzz for grades 1-6: "What I Did on Summer Vacation!," 4pm, Downtown Library. Register, 682-5450. FREE.

LECTURES "Comparing the Cognitive Foundations of Science and Religion," Robert McCauley, 4pm, 111 Lillis, UO, FREE,

LITERARY ARTS Barry Lopez and Debra Gwartney read from Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape, 7pm, Gerlinger Alumni Lounge, UO. FREE.

Robert Bly book group, Eating the Honey of Words by Robert Bly, 7pm, Tsunami Books. FREE.

Garrett Epps reads from Democracy Reborn: The Fourteenth Amendment and the Fight for Equal Rights in Post-Civil War America, 7:30pm, 175 Knight Law, UO. FREE.

MUSIC The Kid Espi, Hot in Pursuit, Stupendous, Lessinlyrisist, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. $3.

Emerald City Jazz Kings: "A Fine Romance: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers & RKO," 7:30pm today & 2:30pm Oct. 15, The Shedd. www.theshedd.orgor 434-7000. $22-$30.

"An Evening of Mozart & Mendelssohn" w/Glenn Dicterow & Karen Dreyfus, the Oregon String Quartet & more, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. 682-5000. $20-$25 adults, $12-$25 stu.

Michael Franti & Spearhead, 8pm, McDonald Theatre. $25 adv., $27 dos.

Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez, 8pm, Luna Jazz Club. 21+ show. $8.

Silas, Deadwood Revival, Michael Zapruder, 8pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $5.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" features Sara Rich on Suzanne Swift's search for justice, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" talks with Joe Keating, Pacific Green candidate for Oregon governor, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

"New Dimensions" discusses "Deep Medicine, Deep Healing," w/William Stewart, 6:30pm, KLCC 89.7 FM.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Obsidians hike: Tahkenitch Dunes, 6.5 miles. See YMCA board for details.

THEATER Free Night of Theater 2006 for first-time theatergoers: True West, 8pm, Lord Leebrick Theatre, 540 Charnelton St. 465-1506. FREE.

The Cherry Orchard, 8pm today, tomorrow, Oct. 14 & 19-21, Performance Hall, LCC. 463-5761. $10 gen., $8 stu.



Sunrise 7:25am; Sunset 6:32pm, Av High 66; Av Low 41

ARTS/VISUAL A reception for work by Jack Wild, 4pm, WOW Hall. FREE.

An opening & celebration for the Dia de los Muertos exhibit, 6pm, Maude Kerns Art Center. $3 sug. don.

COMEDY Jerry Seinfeld, 7pm, Hult Center. www.hultcenter.orgor 682-5000.

Absolute Improv, 11pm, Lord Leebrick Theatre, 540 Charnelton St. $5.

DANCE Salsa, w/music by Nueva Era, 8pm, Vet's Club, 1626 Willamette St. 689-0711. $12.

FILM Night Gallery Intl. Film Festival, 6pm-11pm today, 3pm-11pm tomorrow & Oct. 15, DIVA. http://proscenia.net/download/nightgalleryor 344-3482. $5 per screening.

Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers by Robert Greenwald & I Know I'm Not Alone by Michael Franti, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. 343-8548. $6-$10.

Being John Malkovich, film & discussion, 7pm, Unity of the Valley. FREE.

GATHERINGS City Club Friday Forum: Measures 46 & 47 debate w/Dan Meek & Damiana Merryweather, 11:50am, Downtown Athletic Club. www.cityclubofeugene.org$3.

Green Drinks gathering of progressives, 5pm, World Café, 449 Blair Blvd. 284-7020. FREE.

BreathWork Circle, w/music by Donna Blanc, cellist, 6pm, Tamarack Wellness Ctr., 3575 Donald St. 683-1776. $20-$40 sug. don.

KOPT Radio hosts Red State by Michael Shea, film, commentary & voter registration drive, 7pm, South Eugene High School auditorium. 343-4100. FREE.

Home Improvement Show continues. See Thur., Oct. 12.

5th Street Public Mkt. Block Party continues. See Thurs., Oct. 12.

KIDS/FAMILY Special Guest: Count Olaf Returns!, 7pm, Barnes & Noble. FREE.

LECTURES Pacifica Forum: "War Resistance at the State Fair & Free Speech Platform," reports by Jack Dresser & Mariah Leung, 4pm, 121 McKenzie Hall, UO. 344-0483. FREE.

"Global Climate Change in the Arctic: Past, Present and Future," Dr. Pat Bartlein, 5:30pm, 175 Knight Law Center. 346-3024. FREE.

"Marriage: Inner & Outer," Pittman McGeehee, 7:30pm, Sacred Heart Medical Center Auditorium. 344-2446. $8 gen., $5 mem., stu.

LITERARY ARTS Oregon Brodsky Symposium, 10am-5:30pm today at Knight Library, UO; 10am-noon tomorrow at 185 Lillis Hall, UO. presto@uoregon.edu FREE.

MUSIC Anton Mizerak, 7pm, Spiritual Growth Center, 390 Vernal St. 485-0035. Don.

Dark Star Orchestra, 8pm today & tomorrow, McDonald Theatre. $20 adv., $22 dos.

Peelander-Z, Rapid Demize, The Wobblies, Pistol Whipped Prophets, 9pm, John Henry's. 21+ show. $4.

The National, Mobius Band, Baby Dayliners, 9pm, WOW Hall. $8 adv., $10 dos.

Cabinessence, 9:30pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $5.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" discusses the politics of sharing a bed, w/Dr. Paul Rosenblatt, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" talks w/Richard Morley, Libertarian cand. for governor, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Obsidians hike: Aubrey-Heckletooth Mountain Loop, 8 miles. See YMCA board for details.

THEATER Playback Theater presents "Changes," 7pm, EWEB. $5-$10 sug. don.

Bat Boy: The Musical, 8pm today & tomorrow, Oct. 20, 21, 27, 28 & Nov. 3 & 4; 2pm Oct. 22, Actor's Cabaret, 996 Willamette St. 683-4368. $14-$17 ($32.95 dinner/$30.05 brunch).

The Odd Couple (Female Version), 8pm tonight & tomorrow, Oct. 20 & 21; 2:30pm Oct. 15, Cottage Theatre, Cottage Grove. 942-8001. $13, $11 stu., sr.

True West, 8pm tonight & tomorrow, Lord Leebrick Theatre. 465-1506. $17 gen., $12 sen., $8 stu.

The Cherry Orchard continues. See Thursday, Oct. 12.



Sunrise 7:26am; Sunset 6:30pm, Av High 66; Av Low 41

ARTS/VISUAL A gallery talk & reception for work by Nancy Pobanz, 4pm, White Lotus Gallery. FREE.

COMEDY Absolute Improv continues. See Friday.

DANCE Middle Eastern Dance Guild of Eugene Festival, noon-11pm, Cozmic Pizza. $5.

FILM Night Gallery Intl. Film Festival continues. See Friday.

GATHERINGS Green City celebration, harvest party, music, potluck, 8am-9pm, 347 W. 5th Ave. 342-2420. FREE.

Southtowne Farmers' Market, 9am-3pm, 28th & Oak. FREE.

Cottage Grove Grower's Market, 9am-3pm, Opal Whitely Park. FREE.

Saturday Market, 10am-5pm, food court & stage open 10am-9pm, with entertainment from Allan Byer, 10am; Walker T. Ryan, 11am; Samusson & Tomassi, noon; Justus, 1pm; Flat Stanley, 2pm; I-chele & the Circle of Light, 3:30pm, Park Blocks, 8th & Oak. FREE.

Composting demonstration, 10am, GrassRoots Garden, behind St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 1465 Coburg Rd. 682-5542. FREE.

Clayfest, 10am-6pm today & 10am-5pm tomorrow, Lane Events Center Auditorium. information@clayfest.com or 968-2047. FREE.

Contra dance, 7:30pm, Cesar Chavez School Gym, 1510 W. 12th. 521-0596. $7.

Climate Crisis: Sustainable Organic Solutions, presentation & discussion w/Michael Sunanda, 7:30pm, Maitreya Ecovillage. www.efn.org/~ecozma/sunergyFREE.

Home Improvement Show continues. See Thurs., Oct. 12.

5th Street Public Mkt. Block Party continues. See Thurs., Oct. 12.

KIDS/FAMILIES Fabric Painting, ages 4 & up, 11am, M.E.C.C.A., 43 W. Broadway. www.materials-exchange.orgor 302-1810. $2-$5.

Book Buzz for grades 1-6: "Map Time!," 2pm, Sheldon Library. Register, 682-5778. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS Nina Kiriki Hoffman reads & signs Spirits That Walk in Shadow, 7pm, Tsunami Books. 543-9471. FREE.

Oregon Brodsky Symposium continues. See Friday.

MUSIC Atrium Amatuer Hour: "Going for Baroque Concerti," 2pm, Atrium, 10th & Olive. 344-0483. FREE.

Emerald Valley Opry, feat. Billy McCoy Trio, Dave Fisher, The Booher Brothers, On the Street, McKenzie Crossing, 6pm, Powers Auditorium, 1801 Echo Hollow Rd. $5 adults, $4 sen., $2 16 and under.

25th Annual John Lennon Birthday Celebration, feat. The No. 9 Band, Lennonite Choir, Love Truffle, Red Pajamas, The Great Intenders, Larry Doberstein, 6pm, WOW Hall. $5-$10 adults, $3 stu., FREE 12 and under.

Laura Kemp, 7:30pm, house concert. www.eugenehouseconcerts.comor 342-1967. $10.

"All Amadeus," Oregon Mozart Players w/Glenn Dicterow & Karen Dreyfus, 8pm, Hult Center. 682-5000. $20-$25 adults, $12-$25 stu.

Justin King, The Dimes, My Captain Oh Captain, 9:30pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $5.

Open Synth Night, w/The Fast Computers, 10pm, Luckey's. 21+ show. FREE.

Dark Star Orchestra continues. See Friday.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Women's Rugby scrimmage, 9am, South Bank field near Autzen footbridge. www.housewivesrugby.netFREE.

UO Outdoor Program: Siskiyou Mountains campout, 9am, OP Barn, 18th & University, UO. Register, 346-4365. $20.

GEARs rides: McBeth, Fox Hollow, Lorane, Bailey Hill: 35 miles; McBeth, Fox Hollow: 20 miles, Alton Baker Park. www.eugenegears.org

Obsidians hike: Cape Perpetua, 6 miles. See YMCA board for details.

THEATER Bat Boy: The Musical continues. See Friday.

The Odd Couple (Female Version) continues. See Friday.

True West continues. See Friday.

The Cherry Orchard continues. See Thursday, Oct. 12.

VIGIL Middle East prayer & silent meditation, 2pm, Unity of the Valley. 345-8854. FREE.



Sunrise 7:28am; Sunset 6:28pm, Av High 65; Av Low 40

FILM In America Film Series: Brothers and Others by Nicolas Rossier, 3pm, Downtown Library. 682-5450. FREE.

An Inconvenient Truth, 5pm, McKenzie Valley Presbyterian Church. FREE.

9/11: Press for Truth, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

Night Gallery Intl. Film Festival continues. See Friday.

GATHERINGS Picc-A-Dilly flea market, 10am-4pm, Lane Co. Fairgrounds. 683-5589. $1.50.

8th Annual Food Not Lawns seed swap, book sale/signing, perf. by Mood Area 52, Underscore Orkestra, 3pm-9pm, Maitreya Ecovillage. www.foodnotlawns.comFREE.

Swing dance, 8pm, Agate Hall, UO. www.thejointisjumpin.comFREE.

Home Improvement Show continues. See Thurs., Oct. 12.

5th Street Public Mkt. Block Party continues. See Thurs., Oct. 12.

LITERARY ARTS Bob Welch reads & signs My Seasons, 2pm, Barnes & Noble. FREE.

MUSIC "All Amadeus," Oregon Mozart Players w/Glenn Dicterow & Karen Dreyfus, 2:30pm, Beall Hall, UO. 682-5000. $20-$25 adults, $12-$25 stu.

Zion I and The Grouch, Hangar 18, Bicasso, Deuce Eclipse, Debaser, 9pm, WOW Hall. $10 adv., $12 dos.

John Ellis, 8:30pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $8.

Sam Marshall, 9pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

Emerald City Jazz Kings continues. See Thursday, Oct. 12.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Willamette Valley Fall Ecology Walk, noon, Mount Pisgah Arboretum. 747-1504. $3 sug. don.

Campus Tree Walk: Interpretive Series, 1pm, Rm. 37, EMU, UO. 346-4365. $3 gen., FREE UO stu.

GEARs rides: Ingram Island Loop: 65 miles; Junction City, 30 miles, 9am, Alton Baker Park. www.eugenegears.org

Obsidians hike: Fuji Mountain, 3 miles. See YMCA board for details.

SPIRITUAL Choral Evensong, 5pm, Church of the Resurrection, 3925 Hilyard St. 686-8462. FREE.

Carpathian Folk Quartet, 6:30pm, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 344-8153. $12 gen., $10 stu., sen.

Mystical Chant, 7pm, Unity of the Valley. 767-0953. Don.

THEATER The Odd Couple (Female Version) continues. See Friday.



Sunrise: 7:29am; Sunset 6:27pm, Av High 65; Av Low 40

GATHERINGS Flu Shot Clinic, 9am-4pm, Wheeler Pavilion, Lane Events Center. 682-4041. $22 flu, $33 pneumonia.

"A Culture of Youth Violence: What can we do?" seminar, 5:30pm, Eugene Hilton. Register, www.OregonCommunityCU.orgor 687-2347. FREE.

PFLAG meeting, 6:45pm, First Congregational Church, 1050 E. 23rd St. 302-1651. FREE.

LECTURES "Kamishibai: The Construction of Space & the National Imaginary in Modernizing Japan," Sharalyn Orbaugh, 4pm, Knight Library, UO. 346-1521. FREE.

"Planning Native Plant Restoration for Public Parks," Pat French, 7:30pm, EWEB. FREE.

MUSIC "American Masterpieces," Seattle Pro Musica, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. 346-5678. $10, $8 stu.

Krishna Das, 8pm, First Christian Church. 687-0282. $20 adv., $25 dos.

Wooden Wand, 9pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" features "Earth on the Edge" w/Bill McKibben and topics of faith w/Rev. Dan Bryant, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" discusses community advances in Internet & information technology w/Joseph Franell, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

SPIRITUAL Six Sensory, 6:30pm, Downtown Athletic Club. $5.



Sunrise 7:30am; Sunset 6:25pm, Av High 64; Av Low 40

FILM Russian Film Series: 26 Days in the Life of Fyodor Dostoyevsky by Alexander Zarki, w/subtitles, 7pm, Yamada Language Center, 111 Pacific Hall, UO. FREE.

GATHERINGS United Way of Lane Co. Women & Philanthropy High Tea, feat. keynote speaker Dominique Dawes, 3pm, Eugene Hilton. Register, www.wowc.usFREE.

Reception for Eugene Police Auditor Cris Beamud, 5pm, Hult Center lobby. FREE.

Speed Dating for single professionals (ages 30-40), 6:30pm, Adam's Place Restaurant, 30 E. Broadway. Register, www.cupid.com/predating$35.

Candidates' Forum: Walker v. Torrey; Eddy v. Prozanski; Nathanson v. Johnson, 7pm, McNail-Riley House. FREE.

Lane Co. Bus Project's Governor's Debate Drinking Game, 7pm, Peabody's Pub. 21+ after 8pm. lanebus@busproject.org or 344-9999. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS Jewish Reading Series: The Singing Fire by Lilian Nattel, 7pm, Knight Library, UO. 346-1930. FREE.

Robert Bly, 7:30pm, The Shedd. 346-4331. $15.

MUSIC Robert Hladky Cello-bration, 7pm, Beall Hall, UO. 346-5678. FREE.

Lotus, DJ Harry, 9pm, WOW Hall. $8 adv., $10 dos.

Northwest Royale, The Accident Experiment, 9pm, Diablo's. 21+ show. $5.

Briertone, Sparrows Gate, 9pm, Indigo District. 21+ show. $5.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" features Andy Stern on the war on labor and Dan Carol on political strategy, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" discusses the ideals of higher education w/SOU President Mary Cullinan, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

"Alternative Radio" features Noam Chomsky on Latin America, 6:30pm, KLCC 89.7 FM.

SPIRITUAL Spiritual Renewal, 7pm, Priory Farm, Cottage Grove. 767-0953. Don.



Sunrise 7:31am; Sunset 6:24pm, Av High 64; Av Low 40

ARTS/VISUAL David Turner speaks on "Searching for the Real in Art," 6pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO. 346-3027. FREE with admission.

FILM A Force More Powerful, 11:30am, St. Paul Center Methodist Church, Spfd. 726-6392. Don.

Stealing America by Dorothy Fadiman, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

GTFF Labor Film Series: A. Philip Randolph: For Jobs & Freedom, 7pm, 180 PLC, UO. www.gtff.netFREE.

"Best of the Eugene Film Festival" series, 7pm, DIVA. $5.

GATHERING Lane Co. Social Forum meeting, feat. presentation by Robb Hess, 11:30am, McNail-Riley House. 687-7164. FREE.

LECTURES "Militarism beyond the Military: Culture in Post-coups Fiji," Teresa Teaiwa, noon, 330 Hendricks Hall, UO. 346-5015. FREE.

Susan Morasci talks on native plant uses, 5:30pm, Rm. 37, EMU, UO. 346-4365. FREE.

"On Women & Indians: The Politics of Exclusion & Inclusion in Militarized Fiji," Teresa Teaiwa, 7pm, Knight Library, UO. 346-5015. FREE.

"Greenstone: The Story of the Western City Park," Kenneth Helphand, 7pm, Downtown Library. 607-4066. FREE.

"Ghost Hunting 101: The Science & Art of Paranormal Research & Investigation," panel discussion, 7:30pm, 101 Living-Learning Center, UO. 346-1977. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS Robert Bly booksigning, 3pm, Tsunami Books. FREE.

Teen Book Club: When the Wind Blows by James Patterson, 4pm, Downtown Library. Register, 682-5450. FREE.

Richard K. Moore discusses his new book Escaping the Matrix: How We the People can Change the World, 7pm, EWEB. FREE.

MUSIC Badi Assad, 7:30pm, The Shedd. 434-7000. $24-$32.

Dana Lyons, 9pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $8-$20.

Ghostland Observatory, 10pm, Indigo District. 21+ show. $5.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" features singer-songwriter Cris Williamson and Bob Jensen on media matters, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" discusses lessons from the garden & teaching children about food w/Chris Ammon, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

OUTDOORS/RECREATION Kayak Rescue Clinic, 7pm, Willamalane Pool, Spfd. Register, ors@oregonriversports.com FREE.

THEATER Dracula, 7:30pm tonight, tomorrow, Oct. 20 & 21, South Eugene High School. 687-3521. $10 gen., $8 stu., sen.



Sunrise 7:33am; Sunset 6:22pm, Av High 63; Av Low 40

DANCE Tango Fire, 8pm, Hult Center. 682-5000. $20-$40.

FILM Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers by Robert Greenwald, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. 343-8548. Don.

GATHERINGS Rally to support survivors of domestic violence, 3pm, corner of Franklin Blvd. & Agate St. FREE.

Eugene Chamber of Commerce Business to Business Expo, 4pm-7:30pm, Exhibit Hall, Lane Events Center. 484-1314. $8-$20.

"Bridging the Gap" meeting, 7pm, Willamette Christian Center, 2500 W. 18th St. FREE.

Adoption seminar, 7pm, Emerald Bible Fellowship, 1855 Cal Young Rd. info@planlovingadoptions.org FREE.

LECTURE "Abbey's Land Revisited: A Journey on the Hayduke Trail," Daniel Barret & Josh Colvin, 7pm, REI. FREE.

LITERARY ARTS UO MFA graduates Brian Turner & Kate Lynn Hibbard read their poetry, 8pm, Knight Library, UO. 346-0549. FREE.

MUSIC Chamber Music Series: Miami String Quartet w/Arianna Zukerman, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. 682-5000 or 346-4363. $13-$32.

Greg Brown, 8pm, McDonald Theatre. $25 adv., $28 dos.

Michael Bassett, 9:45pm, Cozmic Pizza. Don.

Flowmotion, Joules Graves, 8pm, WOW Hall. $10 adv., $12 dos.

Sharapova, 9pm, Sam Bond's. 21+ show. $3-$5.

ON THE AIR "Breakfast with Nancy" features Peter DeFazio on Capitol Hill perspectives and Madalyn Aslan's astrology forecasts, 6am, KOPT 1600 AM.

"The Jefferson Exchange" talks with Catherine Austin Fitts about personal finance decisions & community economics, 9am and 9pm, KRVM 1280 AM.

"New Dimensions" discusses "Women of Grace" w/Carol Lee Flinders, 6:30pm, KLCC 89.7 FM.

THEATER The Cherry Orchard continues. See Thursday, Oct. 12.

Dracula continues. See Wednesday.



THURSDAY, OCT. 12 The Cemetary Club, 8pm today, tomorrow & Oct. 14, Albany Civic Theater, 111 First Ave. SW, Albany. www.albanycivic.orgor 928-4603. $9 gen., $6 sen., K-12.

FRIDAY, OCT. 13 Wine tasting, appetizers & live music, 4pm, First Alternative Co-op South Store. 753-3115. FREE.

SATURDAY, OCT. 14 Farmers' Market, 8am-noon, Water Ave. between Broadalbin and Ferry, Albany. FREE.

Farmers' Market, 9am-1pm, 1st & Jackson. FREE.

4th Annual Philomath Open Studios Tour, 10am-4pm today & tomorrow, various locations. www.philomathopenstudios.comor 929-5625. FREE.

Starlight Gala: Benefit for the Majestic Theatre, feat. The Majestic Valley Radio Hour, live auction & more, 7pm, Majestic Theatre. 738-7469. $50.

Emerald City Jazz Kings: "A Fine Romance: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers & RKO," 7:30, LaSells Stewart Ctr., OSU. 800-248-1615. $22-$30.

SUNDAY, OCT. 15 Museum Family Day: Printmaking, 1pm, Benton Co. Historical Society museum, 1101 Main St., Philomath. 929-6230. FREE members, $5 non-members.

TUESDAY, OCT. 17 Turtle Island Quartet, 7:30pm, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU. www.violins.orgor 752-7430. $25 gen., $5 non-OSU students, FREE OSU & K-12 students.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 Farmers' Market, 8am-1pm, Benton County Fairgrounds. FREE.



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

FRIDAY, OCT. 13 Surfjan Stevens, My Brightest Diamond, 9pm, Crystal Ballroom, PDX. $25.

"Thieves of Baghdad: The Investigation into the Looting of the Iraq National Museum," Matthew Bagdanos, 7:30pm, Hudson Hall, Willamette University, Salem. FREE.

Walter Brueggemann speaks on beauty & violence, 7:30pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, PDX. 503-478-1218. $15 gen., $5 stu.

Arts Alliance of Yamhill County's Art Harvest Studio Tour, 11am-6pm today, tomorrow & Oct. 15, various locations, Yamhill County. www.artharveststudiotour.org$5 adults, 18 & under FREE.

A reception for "Rent-A-Rod 2006," photography by Gene Davenport, "Jim's Turn," woodturnings by James McHenry, 5:30pm, Florence Events Center Galleries. FREE.

Paul Biondi w/The Alliance, 9pm, Landmark Lounge, Yachats. FREE.

SATURDAY, OCT. 14 Bob Dylan, Kings of Leon, 7:30pm, Memorial Coliseum, PDX. www.rosequarter.comor 877-789-7673.

Wine tasting: Oregon Wine Adventures, 1pm-4pm, The Wine Place, Yachats. FREE.

Skate Park Benefit, feat. Burning Truth music & dance, computer light show, raffles, prizes, 6:30pm, Yachats Commons, Yachats.

Papaw's Blue Jelly Band, 9pm, Landmark Lounge, Yachats. FREE.

Farmers' Market, 9am-1pm, Armory Parking Lot, Newport. FREE.

SUNDAY, OCT. 15 The Dresden Dolls, 9pm, Crystal Ballroom, PDX. $17.50.

Farmers' Market, 9am-2pm, The Commons, Yachats. FREE.

Deadwood Revival, 8pm, Landmark Lounge, Yachats. FREE.

MONDAY, OCT. 16 Trio Solisti, 7:30pm today & tomorrow, Lincoln Hall, PSU, PDX. 503-224-9842. $32 gen., $5 student rush.

Yo La Tengo, 9pm, Crystal Ballroom, PDX. $15.

Electric Six, Aberdeen City, The Blue Van, 9pm, Doug Fir Lounge, PDX. 21+ show. $13 adv., $15 dos.

TUESDAY, OCT. 17 The Decemberists, Lavendar Diamond, 9pm today & tomorrow, Crystal Ballroom, PDX. $18 adv., $20 dos.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 +44 (formerly known as Blink-182), 8pm, Roseland Theater, PDX. $20.

Polaris Dance Theatre:TooBlue, 7:30pm today, tomorrow & Oct. 20-22, Lincoln Hall, PSU, PDX. 503-380-5472. $24 gen., $20 stu., sen.

THURSDAY, OCT. 19 Cirque du Soleil's Delirium, 8pm, Rose Garden, PDX. www.rosequarter.comor 877-789-7673.

"Maya Creations: Gods & Kings," William Saturno, 7pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, PDX. www.ticketmaster.comor 503-224-4400.

The Hold Steady, Sean Na Na, 10:30pm, Lola's Room, PDX. $10 adv., $12 dos.

The Secret Machines, 9pm, Crystal Ballroom, PDX. $10.

Quartet San Francisco, 7:30pm, Ross Ragland Theater, Klamath Falls. www.rrtheater.org$20.



The Art Selection Committee for the UO School of Music & Dance seeks applicants for a public art project (budget: $85,000). Deadline is Oct. 20, 2006. Go to www.oregonartscommission.org/publicartfor more info & application.

Corvallis Community Theatere announces open auditions for its production of Little Women at 7pm on Oct. 16 & 17 at the Majestic Theatre, 115 SW 2nd St. Roles for 11 women and men, ages 11-60. LW@corvalliscommunitytheatre.org for more info.

Lord Leebrick Theatre Co. announces open auditions for its production of Kimberly Akimbo at 2:30pm on Oct. 14. Roles for two women (30-45) & two men (17-45). Manager@lordleebrick.com or 684-6988 for more info.

Womenspace: Domestic Violence Services announces fall training for volunteers on Oct. 14 & 21. 485-8232 x102 or communityed@enddv.com for more details.

Outdoor Program Trip Initiator Clinics at 5:30pm Oct. 17 & 19. Meet Oct. 17 at the Outdoor Program (basement of EMU, UO) & Oct. 19 at OP Barn (18th & University). 346-4365 for more info.




TH: Adult urban beat jazz dance—4:30, In Shape Fitness. 517-9665.

Argentine tango, all-level—8, Studio B. www.eugenetango.com

Ballroom, latin, swing dancing—8; instruction—7, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 344-7591. www.eugenefolkdancers.com

Bellydance, intermediate––7, The Dance Factory. 228-4094.

Hip hop, beginning/intermediate—4, Paradise Dance Studio. 747-1323.

Sparkplug Dance, creative dance for teens and adults—6:30, Washington Park Community Center. 689-3233.

FR: Adult ballet—5:30, Paradise Dance. 485-4669.

Ballroom, all-levels—7:30, 220 Gerlinger Hall, 15th & University, UO. 346-6025.

Salsa—8, Vet's Club Ballroom, www.eugenesalsa.com

Salsa—9, Studio B, 687-0678.

SA: Adult ballet—10, Paradise Dance. 485-4669.

Cha cha 2—5:30, StaverDanceSport. 746-6268.

Contra—8, Cesar Chavez School Gym

Tango intro class—8; Milonga (social dance)—9, The Tango Center. www.tangocenter.org

West African, all-levels—11am, WOW Hall. 517-4179.

SU: Contact improvisation—4, Eugene School of Ballet. 607-9416.

International, all-levels—7:15, In Shape Fitness.

Intermediate Ballet—5, In Shape Fitness. 687-2200.

West African, all-levels—11, WOW Hall. 687-2746.

MO: Adult ballet—5:30, Paradise Dance. 485-4669.

Flamenco, beginning—7. 431-1640.

Hip hop, intermediate & advanced—7, Eugene School of Ballet. 520-3565.

Tap, beginning—7, Paradise Dance. 747-1323.

West Coast swing—7, Agate Hall, UO. www.68swing.com

TU: Adult dance—9, The Shedd. www.oregonballetacademy.com

Adult jazz—5:30, Paradise Dance. 747-1323.

Argentine Tango, all-levels—8, Studio B. www.eugenetango.com

Eugene Swing Team—7:30, Rock 'n' Rodeo. 687-9464.

Intermediate Ballet—7, In Shape Fitness. 687-2200.

International, Eugene Folk Dancers—7, St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 344-7591.

WE: Bellydance, beginning/intermediate—7:30, Ballet Fantastique. 683-7778.

Cajun/Zydeco—7, World Café, 449 Blair Blvd.

Hip hop, intermediate & advanced—7, Eugene School of Ballet. 520-3565.

Pre-ballet for ages 3-4—10, The Shedd. www.oregonballetacademy.com

Swing, lindy hop—8, Tango Center. www.eugenelindy.com

DANCE LISTINGS ARE CHANGING. Starting next week, EW will list social dances occuring on a weekly basis in our once-a-month Ongoing calendar. Social dances that occur on a onetime basis will go in the calendar. We will also list weekly dance classes in Ongoing if the classes are FREE or under $5 donation. For other dance classes, please consider placing an ad in our classified section <classy@eugeneweekly.com> or a display ad <ads@eugeneweekly.com>. Have comments and suggestions for improving the Dance listings? Send them to cal@eugeneweekly.com


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