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Eugene Weekly : Calendar : 11.12.09





.This Week's Calendar | Galleries | Music @ the Clubs

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When some people think of the Northwest music scene, they think of “grunge.” If you’re a Eugenean, however, you might think of ‘swing’ instead, thanks to Eugene’s own Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, whose 1998 album Zoot Suit Riot propelled them to national fame. And if you really know the band, then when you think Cherry Poppin’ Daddies you think not only of swing but of ska, punk, Latin and, of course, Dildorado, the mechanized male member that zoomed around stage ejaculating, well, you know, stuff during the Daddies’ live gigs. Will the more PC sects of our local population object once again to the band’s risqué name, and start tearing down their flyers around town? Guess we’ll find out at their CD release party at the WOW Hall. 9pm Thursday, Nov. 19, WOW Hall. $15 adv., $18 door.   



Do you really love The Pixies? No, seriously: Do you really love the Pixies? If so, you have two reasons to be ecstatic this week: First, there’s the wildly influential, originally Boston-based group’s box set Minotaur, which came out on Tuesday and includes each of the band’s albums — in three formats (including gold-plated CDs). Audio snobs, this one’s for you. For the rest of us, there’s the Pixies show at the Hult Center Saturday night, during which the now-local Frank Black (whom y’all were kind enough to vote Eugene’s second-best musician in our readers’ poll last month) and company will tear through the entirery of Doolittle, which, whether or not you think it’s the best Pixies album of all, does mean that the show should open with “Debaser,” which means this writer will have a shit-eating grin on her face from the word go. And so will the rest of the crowd. Get there early: Rain Machine, the fiercely intimate, sprawling side project from TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone, opens. When was the last time you got to rock out in the Hult? 8 pm Saturday, Nov. 14, Hult Center. $35-$55.



With a digital organ shipping in from Portland and a piece that organist Lawrence Clabby describes as one of his favorites — which includes four hands at the piano, as well, in a tribute to Franz Lizst —  Saint Saens’ majestic Symphony No. 3 headlines Nov. 19’s Eugene Symphony concert at the Hult. Although most attention will be on the Saint Saens, don’t overlook the other major piece on the program. Ravel’s Mother Goose suite contains some of his  — or anyone’s — most enchanting music. The composer’s self consciousness and other distractions vanished in the successful attempt to create  a magical world for kids, resulting in one of the most magical of compositions for adults, too. 8 pm Thursday, Nov. 19. $15-$53.

 






THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Sunrise 7:04am; Sunset 4:49pm, Av High 53; Av Low 38

Arts/Visual Art Talk w/painter & sculptor Brooke Borcherding, noon, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. FREE.

Farmers’ Markets ASUO Farmers’ Market, fruit, vegetables for UO students; ends Nov. 19, 9am-5pm, EMU Amphitheatre, corner of 13th & University St. FREE.

The Corner Market feat. Sweet Leaf Farm, local produce, 2-7pm, today & tomorrow (runs Tuesday through Friday every week), 295 River Rd.

Film “Horror & the Horrific” UO Film Series Screening: The Night of the Hunter, 6pm, Prince Lucien Campbell Hall (PLC), UO. FREE.

NextFrame Film Festival Screening: Animation/Experimental Films, student animation, 7:30pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. $6.

Grrrlz Rock 2009 Independent Film Night: Rocking the Boat: Gender Dynamics in Co-ed Rock Bands, 8:30pm, David Minor Theater, 180 E. 5th St., www.grrrlzrock.com, 21+ $3, FREE w/VIP pass.

Gatherings Women Business Leaders Award Luncheon, noon-1pm, Hilton Eugene & Conference Center, 66th E. Sixth Ave., www.eugenechamber.com.

Fair Trade on Main Anniversary Sale, “fair trade” artisan goods from developing countries, 5-7pm today, 10am-5pm Friday & Saturday, Fair Trade on Main, 1072 Main St., Spfd.

Singles Mixer, ages 21-90, music, wine, coffee, finger food & fun, 5:30-7pm, Gary’s Coffee Shop, 525 High St., 349-0382. FREE.

Dining for Women, women’s giving circle, feat. Haitian Health Foundation, 6pm, Wesley United Methodist Church, 1385 Oakway Rd. Don.

Science Pub: “Snowflakes, Stress & Semiconductors — Do You See a Pattern Here?” w/UO physics prof Richard Taylor, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza, www.omsi.edu/sciencepub. FREE.

Cascade Mycological Society Meeting w/Marika Banyacski on mushroom dyes, 7pm, Science Building, LCC campus, www.cascademyco.org. FREE.

Hearing Loss Association Meeting, topics: hotel & motel accommodations for HOH w/Donna Veal, rap session, “technology corner” w/Andrea Cabral of Cochlear Implant Accessories, 7-9pm, Hilyard Community Center, 2580 Hilyard, 731-8135.

Lectures Up Against the Wall: Seminar commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, lectures & discussions, 10:30am-5pm today & tomorrow, Nov. 12, Knight Library Browsing Room, UO, calendar.uoregon.edu.

Landscape Preservation Lecture Series: “Preserving Portland — The Good, The Bad & The Ugly” w/landscape architect Laurie Matthews, 5:30pm, McKenzie Hall, UO.

“Pakistan & Afghanistan: Connecting the Problems & the Solutions” w/Anita Weiss, 7pm, UO Law School, 1515 Agate St., 485-1755. FREE.

Screening & Discussion: The Happiest Baby on the Block, talk w/Phyllis Linn, 7-9pm, Market of Choice, 28th & Willamette, reg. at 514-3042. FREE.

EFT “Tapping” Workshop: Healing & Opening to Joy, 7pm, EWEB Training Room, 500 E. 4th Ave., 521-9953. FREE.

Oregon Humanities Center “Year of the Book” Event: “Digitize, Democratize: Google, Libraries & the Future of Books” w/Harvard University Library director Carl H. Pforzheimer, 7:30pm, 175 Knight Law Center, UO, 346-3934. FREE.

Music Fresh Tracks 20th Anniversary Party feat. Keith Greeninger Band, KLCC-FM program party, radio hosts on hand, no-host bar, all ages, 5pm, Vet’s Club Ballroom, 1626 Willamette St. FREE.

Mission of Burma, Explode Into Colors, rock, 7pm, WOW Hall. $13 adv., $15 door.

The Carl Woideck Jazz Heritage Project: The Music of Horace Silver, funky/soul jazz, 7:30pm, The Shedd, 868 High St., www.theshedd.org. $16-$24.

Riverside Chamber Symphony, feat. music by Bach, Beethoven & Henri DuParc, 7:30pm, Wildish Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd. $5 sug. don.

Gumbo, Americana, 8:30pm, Cozmic Pizza. $5.

Jenny, Susurri, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $5.

Social Dance Mid-Week Contra Dance w/Wild Asparagus, calling w/George Marshall, no partners or experience necessary, 7:30pm, Cesar Chavez School, 1510 W. 14th, www.efn.org. $12, $10 EFS mem.

Theater No Shame Eugene: Theater Workshop, write, direct & act in original, 5-min. productions, 7:30-9:30pm, 126 W. Broadway. FREE.

The Curious Savage, 7:30pm today, tomorrow & Saturday; Nov. 19-21, Springfield High School Studio Theater, 875 7th St., Spfd., 517-9028. $5.

Big River, musical inspired by Huckleberry Finn, 8pm today, tomorrow & Saturday; runs through Nov. 21, Robinson Theatre, 1109 Old Campus Lane, 346-4363. $16, $14 staff & sen., $9 stu.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes, 8pm today, tomorrow, Saturday & Thursday, Nov. 12; continues through Nov. 21, Blue Door Theatre, LCC Campus, 463-5761. $10, $8 stu., sen. & staff.



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Sunrise 7:06am; Sunset 4:48pm, Av High 53; Av Low 38

Arts/Visual Déjà vu: Material ARTistry Reception, collection of fiber artists presenting works, 5:30-8pm, Springfield Museum, 950 Main St., Spfd. FREE.

Comedy Lisa Lampanelli, stand-up, 7pm, McDonald Theatre. $39.95.

An Evening w/Bill Maher, stand-up, 8pm, Hult Center. $39.95-$75.

Farmers’ Market Springfield Farmers’ Market, 9am-2pm, Springfield Museum Parking Lot, Main St. between 5th & 6th. FREE.

Veneta Downtown Farmers’ Market, 3-6pm, Territorial & W. Broadway. FREE.

The Corner Market continues. See Thursday, Nov 12.

Film “Visions of the Universe” After School Film Series: E.T. the Extraterrestrial, 4-6pm, Shepard Room, Cottage Grove Community Center, 700 W. Gibbs Ave. FREE.

Open Mic & Screening: The Source, spoken word, alcohol-free event, 6pm, The Moon Upstairs, 228 Main St., Spfd., 683-1215. Don.

NextFrame Program 2: Best of the Festival, Award Winners’ films feat. cinematography, screenwriting, animation, documentary, narrative & more, 7:30pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. $6.

Twilight for Teens, screening for ages 13-18, quote contest, prizes for best costume, win free ticket to New Moon, 8pm, Wildish Community Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd. FREE.

Two Films by Alexander Denison, Visceral Light Productions: Pizza Girl & Waiting, 7pm, New Zone Gallery, 164 W. Broadway, 683-0759. Don.

Food/Drink Friday Night Wine Down w/Bajuana Tea, wine tasting, food, music, 5-9pm, A Taste Gourmet, 270 W. 6th St., Junction City. FREE.

“Cooking Healthy for the Holidays” w/Kamala Quale & Carole Warner, recipes, food substitutions, tastings, 7-9pm, Tamarack Wellness Center, 3575 Donald St., 345-2220. $25 adv., $29 door.

Gatherings League of Women Voters of Lane County’s Small Group Meetings, topic: “A Picture of K-12 Education in Lane County,” 9:30am, Cascade Manor, 65 W. 30th, 434-4140. FREE.

Lunch w/Elvis, feat. David Lamond, rock, comedy, gospel & Hawaiian music, noon-2pm, Addi’s Diner, 205 S. A St., Spfd., 741-0697. FREE.

Rosie the Riveters Meeting, for women who contributed to WWII effort, share stories, noon, Adult Activity Center, 315 W. C St., Spfd., 747-9542. FREE.

UO Homecoming Parade & Pep Rally, 3:45pm, EMU Amphitheatre, UO. FREE.

West Cascade Peace Corps Potluck w/TARIRO’s Jennifer Kyker, WCPCA report, 6pm, 2530 Columbia St., www.westcascadepca.org.

Lectures Center for the Study of Women in Society presentation: Dorothy Smith, feminist sociologist, noon-1pm, Lillis Business Complex, UO, csws.oregon.edu, 346-5015.

Pacifica Forum: “Free Speech for Me — But Not for Thee: The Marcusean Assault of the First Amendment” w/Valdas Anelauskas, 3pm, EMU Alsea Room, UO, 344-0483. FREE.

Up Against The Wall continues. See Thursday.

Literary Arts Live-Lit West, UO creative writing masters read from works in progress, 8pm, Tsunami Books, 2585

Music Brooks Robertson, fingerstyle guitar, 6pm, Supreme Bean, 2864 Willamette St. FREE.

Grrrlz Rock 2009 feat. The Vicki Stevens Band, Accordions Annonomous, Colorfield, Honey Vizer, The Dead Americans, 6pm, Cozmic Pizza, www.grrrlzrock.com. $6.

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Faun Fables, rock, 8pm, WOW Hall. $13 adv., $15 door.

Laura Kemp Band, Americana, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $7.

Outdoors/Recreation Walk ‘n Talkers, weekly adult walking group, 9-11am, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5333. FREE.

Social Dance Drop-in Dance: Cha-Cha, 8:30pm, Staver Dance Sport, 41 E. 6th Ave. $10.

Salsa Dance w/DJ Pachuco, cover includes lessons, 9:30pm, Davis, 94 W. Broadway, 21+ $5.

Spiritual Discussion: “Imagine” w/Rev. Linda Finley, inspirational, 10:30am, Center for Spiritual Living, 390 Vernal, 485-0035. FREE.

A New Beginning: Women’s Only Shabbat, 6:15pm; Kosher Vegan Dinner, 7:30pm, Ahavas Torah, 2935 Onyx, RSVP to 844-1340. Don.

Screening: The Shift, starring Wayne Dyer, 7pm, Center for Spiritual Living, 390 Vernal, 485-0035, www.sgceugene.org. $5.

Devotional Chanting w/Eostar & Fearless Love, feat. special guest John Conley, 7:30pm, Tamarack Wellness Center, 3575 Donald St. Don.

Theater Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 7:30pm,  today & tomorrow; 6pm Thursday, Nov. 19; Nov. 20-21, Sheldon Auditorium, 2455 Willakenzie Rd. $7.

Fiction, 8pm today, tomorrow & Thursday, Nov. 19; continues through Dec. 5, Lord Leebrick Theatre, 540 Charnelton St., 465-1506, www.lordleebrick.com. $10-$30.

Big River continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

The Curious Savage continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.



SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14

Sunrise 7:07am; Sunset 4:47pm, Av High 52; Av Low 38

Arts/Visual Paper to Paper Transfer Workshop w/Susan Detroy, noon-4:30pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. $35, $21 mem., plus $5 materials fee.

Benefits Pancake Breakfast, fundraising event for Eugene Parent Child Preschool, face painting, balloon art, 8-10am, Applebee’s, 2300 W. 11th Ave., 510-9595. $7, $5 kids.

Annual Holiday Bazaar, crafts, quilts, raffles, baked goods, silent auction & more, open to public, 9am-3pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5318. FREE.

Autumn Moon: An Evening of Art & Music, art exhibit to benefit Butsugenji Temple, East Indian music w/Shanti Shviani, art for sale, food, beverages, open to public, 5-9pm, 2190 Garfield St., 302-4576. FREE.

Second Annual Mr. Whiteaker Competition & Pageant, men’s beauty contest, benefit for BoozeWeek Magazine, 9pm, Wandering Goat, 268 Madison St., boozeweek.wordpress.com, 21+ $7.

Farmers’ Markets Lorane Saturday Market, local produce & crafts, 10am-3pm, Common Area, Dew Drop Inn, 80301 Territorial Rd., Lorane. FREE.

Applegate Trail Community Market, crafts & produce, 2-7pm, Curtin, I-5 exit 163. 942-1222. FREE.

Lane County Farmers’ Market, 9am-4pm, 8th and Oak. FREE. 

Farmers’ Market, 9am-1pm, Hideaway Bakery (behind Mazzi’s). FREE.

Film Lorane Movie Night & Soup Supper: “Adolescence” Stage of Life Program, screening of Dazed & Confused, 6pm, Lorane Grange #54, Lorane, www.ruralartscenter.org. $7 w/canned goods for Lorane Food Basket Program.

Documentary Screening: Singing Revolution, story of Estonian revolution, 7pm, Eugene Hotel, 222 E. Broadway, www.progressivevoices.org. FREE.

Oregon director Henry Weintraub special screening: Melvin, shot entirely in Oregon & premiere of short film by local filmmaker Jeremy Garner, Highway 58, 7:30pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.531productions.com. FREE.

Gatherings Thurston Grange Community Sale, 9am-5pm today & tomorrow, 66 St. & Thurston Rd., 746-6838. $7 table rental, proceeds benefit Food for Lane County; shopper admission FREE.

Saturday Market, 10am-5pm, w/entertainment by Chip Cohen, 10am; Dylan & Anthony, noon; 100% Pure Delta Stomp, 1pm; Grrrlz Rock, 2pm; Busket, 3:30pm, Park Blocks, 8th & Oak, www.eugenesaturdaymarket.org. FREE.

Oregon Crafted Sampler: A Fine Arts & Crafts Show, 50-plus local artists working in various mediums including glass, ceramics, jewelry, metal, wood, paintings, fiber & more, 10am-6pm today & 10am-5pm tomorrow, Lane Events Center Auditorium, 796 W. 13th Ave. FREE w/donation for Food for Lane County.

Hangar Sale, unique & collectible aviation items, refreshments, 10am-5pm today & tomorrow, Oregon Air & Space Museum, Eugene Airport, 90377 Boeing Dr. FREE.

Songwriters Workshop Monthly Session, topic: “PRO: Buddy or Bully?” w/discussion, song critique, 11am-1pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St., details at songshop@hotmail.com. $1 sug. don.

UO Museum of Natural & Cultural History: Past & Presents Holiday Open House, artist demos, hot cider, Native weaving, jewelry making, 11am-5pm today & tomorrow, Museum of Natural & Cultural History, UO. FREE.

Each One of Us Matters, grassroots group nurturing/celebrating Eugene as a city of peace, all ages, interactive event feat. music, yoga, open mic, dialogue w/Mayor Kittie Piercy & more, 1-5pm, First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St., pre-reg. at phyllish@efn.org. Don.

Kids/Families The Starting Block: Bill Dellinger Cross-Country Meet, activities for kids ages 1-13, running, button making, tests of knowledge, 9:45am, Springfield Country Club, 90333 Sunderman Rd., 682-5312. FREE.

OR 150 Museum Passport Magic Show feat. Paul the Magician, children’s magic show, 10-10:30am, Lane County Historical Museum, 740 W. 13th St, www.lanecountyhistoricalsociety.org. FREE.

Lectures “The Journey of Italians in America” w/author Vincenza Scarpaci, illustrated talk, copies of Scarpaci’s The Journey of Italians in America on sale, 2pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

Literary Arts The All-Ages Poetry Tslam: Round 2 w/hosts Jorah Lafleur & Jon Labrousse, feat. music w/Lizzie Cable, 6:40-7:30pm; sign up, 7pm; open mic, 7:30pm; feat. local slam champ Roxy Allen, 8pm; slam competition, 8:30pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St., 345-8986. $5.

Music UO Oboe Studio w/organist Julia Brown, oboe, organ, 10am, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, 3925 Hilyard St. FREE.

Fifth Element Wind Quintet, woodwind, 2pm, Atrium Courtyard, 10th & Olive, 912-3830. FREE.

Grrrlz Rock 2009 feat. Breakdown Dance Company, Savannah Coen, Sabine, Employees of the Month, Stone Jumpers, Radar Angels, Samba Ja, Red Pajamas, The Traceys, Apropos, Boom Chick, Fancy Bandits, 6pm, Cozmic Pizza, www.grrrlzrock.com. $6.

Emerald Valley Opry w/Triple Cross, Hanson Family, Bobby Gibson, Larry Barkemeyer & Gene Rivers, 5:30pm, Willamette High School Auditorium, 1801 Echo Hollow Rd. $6, $5 sen., $3 ages 7-16, kids under 7 FREE.

Pixies, Rain Machine, .if you don’t know, nevermind, 8pm, Hult Center. $35-$55.

Electric Six, The Gay Blades, Millions of Brazillians, rock, 8pm, WOW Hall. $13 adv., $15 door.

John Sarantos w/guests Nez Perce/Wasco storyteller/flutist Foster Kalama & Tim Fields-Lardie, Native American flutes, 8pm, Freedom Yoga Studio, 1633 Willamette St., 554-3216. $12 adv., $15 door.

Future Music Oregon: UO Music Technology Program, 8pm, 163 Music, UO. $7, $5 stu.

Head for the Hills, Mossy Top, prog bluegrass, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $7.

Outdoors/Recreation GEARs Bike Ride: Tour of Eugene & Springfield, 25 miles, 9:30am, Alton Baker Park, www.eugenegears.org. FREE.

Goodman Creek Hiking, 9am-2pm; pre-trip Friday, Nov. 13 at 4:30pm, OP Office, UO, bellona@uoregon.edu. $25/number of hikers.

NCAA West Regional Cross Country Championships, 9:45am, Springfield Country Club, 90333 Sunderman Rd., Spfd. FREE.

Women’s Open Bike Ride w/Poplollies Cycling Team, 10am, Full City, 13th & High St., www.thepoplollies.com. FREE.

Mushroom Walk, no — not that kind of mushroom walk, hosted by Mycological Society w/Molly Widmer & Chris Melotti, noon-2pm, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, 34901 Frank Parrish Rd. $5.

Avalon Open Barn & Celebration of the Horse, sale, demos, vet talks, artwork, wine tasting, prizes & more, noon-4pm, Avalon Stables, Cottage Grove, www.avalon-stables.com.

Spiritual Shabbat Services, 9:30am; lunch, 12:30pm; discussion w/Rabbi, 2:30-3:30pm, Ahavas Torah, 2935 Onyx, 844-1340. Don.

Tibetan Buddhist Institute presents Ancient Wisdom for Modern Worlds: Calm-Abiding Meditation w/Jigme Rinpoche, weekend retreat, 10am-4pm, 2340 Grant St., www.sakyausa.org. $40 sug. don.

Jewish Movement Meditation w/Evlyn Gould, invoking mayyim chayyim, 3-5pm today; ends Thursday, Nov. 21, Temple Beth Israel, 1175 E. 29th, reg. at 485-7218. $30, $18 mem.

Theater Big River continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

The Curious Savage continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. See Friday.

Fiction continues. See Friday.

Volunteer Hendricks Park Volunteer Forest Work Party, pull ivy vines, plant wildflowers, tools & snacks provided, 9am-noon, F.M. Wilkins Shelter, 2200 Summit Ave., www.friendsofhendrickspark.org.



SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15

Sunrise 7:08am; Sunset 4:46pm, Av High 52; Av Low 37

Benefits Grrrlz Rock 2009: The Cat & Bird Vaudeville Show & Silent Auction, feat. Agnieszka Laska Dancers, juggling, aerial acrobats, music w/Amadeus 6, all ages, 3:30-6pm, Agate Hall, UO, www.grrrlzrock.com. $10-$15, $ stu. & VIP pass.

Benefit for Anna Armaiti w/Americanistan & Friends, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. $5-$10.

Farmers’ Markets McKenzie Sunday Market, 11am-4pm, Walterville Grade School 10 miles east of Spfd. FREE.

Film Video Slam feat. local filmmakers, students, amateurs and pros welcome, bring work for screening & feedback, 7pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. FREE.

Gatherings Rainbow Family Potluck Picnic, 1-5pm, Alton Baker Park. FREE.

Oregon Crafted Sampler Art Show continues. See Saturday.

Hangar Sale continues. See Saturday.

Thurston Grange Community Sale continues. See Saturday.

UO Museum of Natural & Cultural History: Past & Presents Holiday Open House continues. See Saturday.

Lectures Oregon 150 Program: “Joe Meek & Robert Newell Alive” w/actors Bob Hart & Al LePage recreating mountain men & their involvement w/early Oregon, 2pm, Lane County Historical Museum, 740 W. 13th Ave. FREE.

Literary Arts Reading & Singing w/Spells of Mending poet Anne Allanketner, feat. music w/Ron Gordon, 4pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette, 345-8986. FREE.

Music Oregon Wind Ensemble & Oregon Symphonic Band, ensembles, 3pm, Beall Hall, UO. $7, $5 stu.

The Christmas Music of Mannheim Steamroller by Chip Davis, eclectic holiday tunes, 7pm, Hult Center. $35-$75. 

High School Mic Night, 6pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

Built to Spill, Disco Doom, Finn Riggins, Doug Martsch DJ Set, 7pm, WOW Hall. $22 adv., $25 door.

Po’ Girl, roots, 8:30pm, Sam Bond’s. $10.

Opera Eugene Opera Company’s Artist Mentor Program: Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro, 2pm, Wildish Theatre, 630 Main St., Spfd., 800-821-6233. $10, $8 stu. & sen.

Outdoors/Recreation Obsidians: North Fork Middle Fork Willamette, hike, 11.4 miles, sign up at Eugene YMCA.

GEARs Bike Ride: Veneta via Petzold, Central, Vaughn, Bolton Hill, 65 miles, 9:30am, Alton Baker Park, www.eugenegears.org. FREE.

Pets Home for Hounds Adoption Event, retired racing greyhounds for adoption, noon-4pm, Eugene Petsmart, 2847 Chad Dr., www.homes4hounds.com. FREE.

Spiritual Experience Your Jewish Heritage, new moon social gathering for women only, 9:30am, sponsored by Ahavas Torah, call for location; “Kabbalah in Abraham’s Tent” Lecture, 10am, Ahavas Torah, 2935 Onyx St., 844-1340. FREE.

Special Taize’ Service, healing according to tradition of French spiritual community, 11am, Unity of the Valley Church, 39th & Hilyard. Don.

Calm-Abiding Meditation continues. See Saturday.



MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16

Sunrise 7:10am; Sunset 4:45pm, Av High 52; Av Low 37

Film Sci-Fi Film Night: Army of Dorkness, all ages, 8pm, Wandering Goat, 268 Madison St. FREE.

Gatherings Town Hall November Meeting w/Representatives Phil Barnhart, Terry Beyer, Val Hoyle & Nancy Nathanson, Senators Floyd Prozanski & Bill Morrisette, open to LCC, faculty & staff, topics: 2010 February Special Session plans, opportunities & possible challenges, 11:30am-12:30pm, Building 3, LCC. FREE.

Library2Go: Downloadable Audiobooks Instruction, staff answers questions & offers demos about newest technology & everyone bids a fond farewell to the eventual disappearance of the printed page, raffle for MP3 players, 5-8pm, Springfield Library, 225 Fifth St., www.overdrive.com. FREE.

Avid Gardeners Meeting feat. zoologist/naturalist Robert Fleming, topic: Tibet, 6:30pm, 1645 High St., 343-0882. FREE.

Lectures “The Protection of Childhood” w/Early Childhood educator Helle Heckmann, 7-8:30pm, Eugene Waldorf School, 1350 McLean Blvd., www.eugenewaldorf.org.

Music Escape the Fate, Abandon the Shore, Forever Ends Today, 6:30pm, WOW Hall. $12 adv., $15 door.

Courtney Marie Andrews, Asher Deaver, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. Don.

“New Bridges of Song” w/Revalia Men’s Chorus feat. Estonian conductor Hirvo Surva, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. $10, $8 stu. & sen.

On the Air City Club of Eugene: “Sharing Stewardship of Public/Private Land” w/Jonathan Stafford (Mt. Pisgah Arboretum) & Chris Orsinger (Buford Park), 6:30-7:30pm, KLCC 89.7 FM.

Outdoors/Recreation Yoga Stillness in Motion, 8:30-10am, Celebration Bellydance & Yoga, 1840 Willamette St., 767-1113. $8.

Spiritual Open Heart Meditation, 5:30-6:30pm, 310 Fulvue, 914-0431. FREE.



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17

Sunrise 7:11am; Sunset 4:44pm, Av High 51; Av Low 37

Arts/Visual The Art of Origami w/Barbara Snow, 7pm, Fern Ridge Library, Territorial Rd., Veneta. FREE.

Farmers’ Markets Lane County Farmers’ Market, fresh produce, fruit, plants, breads, sweets & prepared foods, 10am-3pm, 8th and Oak. 431-4923. FREE.

Creswell Farmers’ Market, 4-7pm, behind Creswell Library, Oregon Ave & 1st, Creswell. FREE.

Gateway Farmers’ & Artists’ Market, 4-8pm, Gateway Mall. 747-6294. FREE.

The Corner Market continues. See Thursday, Nov 12.

Gatherings Preventing Stroke, recognizing signs & symptoms, 11am-noon, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5318. FREE.

Grrrlz Rock 2009: Community Potluck & Family Karaoke Night, all ages, 6-8pm, Sheldon Community Center, 2445 Willakenzie Rd., www.grrrlzrock.com. FREE.

A.W.A.K.E. Meeting, sleep apnea support, feat. guest speaker Stephanie Gilnes, 6:30-8pm, Sacred Heart Medical Center, 3333 RiverBend Dr., 343-0134. FREE.

Kids/Families Jammie Storytime, come in pajamas for children’s stories, 7pm, Springfield Library, 225 Fifth St. FREE.

Lectures Multicultural Center Presentation: Take Back the Land founder Max Rameau, legal issues surrounding homeless families staying in vacant, foreclosed homes, 5:30pm, Knight Law Center, UO, www.takebacktheland.org. FREE.

Literary Arts Windfall Reading Series: Jessica Lamb & Donna Henderson, poetry on theme: “Songs a River Might Speak,” 5:30pm, Downtown Library, 682-5450. FREE.

Presentation & Book Signing: A Long Trek Home w/Erin McKittrick, chronicle of human-powered journey from Seattle to Aleutian Islands, 7pm, EWEB Training Room, 400 E. 4th Ave., 434-1463. FREE.

Music World Harmony: “India — Looking Through a Musical Lens,” Music in Galleria w/South Indian veena Sreevidhya Chandramouli, 7pm, Museum of Natural & Cultural History, UO. FREE.

Chamber Music on Campus: UO Chamber Ensembles, 7pm, Beall Hall, UO. FREE.

Sospiro: New Choral Music Ensemble, 7pm, Room 163 Music, UO. FREE.

Outdoors/Recreation Obsidians: GP — Schaper, SciEd, 484-9111, sign up at Eugene YMCA.

Trip Initiator Clinic, Session II, become an OP trip initiator, 6pm, OP Office & Barn, UO. FREE.



WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Sunrise 7:12; Sunset 4:43pm, Av High 51; Av Low 37

Arts/Visual Grrrlz Rock 2009: Glass Blowing Workshop for Women, 6-8:30pm, Studio West, www.grrrlzrock.com. $20, half-price w/VIP pass.

Farmers’ Markets Bethel Farmers’ Market, fresh flowers, produce & more, 3-7pm, Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Rd., 682-5521. FREE.

The Corner Market continues. See Thursday, Nov 12.

Film UO Center for Latin American Studies Screening: Papers: The Movie, stories from

undocumented students, 6:30pm, Knight Law Center, UO. FREE.

Heckler’s Night: Van Helsing, all ages, 7pm, Wandering Goat, 268 Madison St. FREE.

Food/Drink Market to Pantry Class: Holiday Gifts in a Jar, 6pm, OSU Extension Service, 950 W. 13th Ave. $15.

Gatherings Oasis “Brain Storm” event, seminar & resource fair on memory in adults, 9am-2pm, Valley River Inn, 1000 Valley River Dr., 683-9754. $18 adv., $25 door.

Tools of the Trade Show, art & school supplies sale, demos, prizes, 10am-6pm today & tomorrow, The Duck Store, 895 E. 13th Ave. FREE.

Voter Power Medical Marijuana Program Referral Clinic, walk-ins welcome, bring records, noon, 687 River Ave., appts. at 503-224-3051. FREE.

Soup Luncheon w/International Presentation, UO international student speaks about his/her culture & country, for ages 50 & older, noon-2pm, Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Rd., info & pre-reg. at 682-5521. $5.

Rainy Day Blues Society Monthly Meeting w/Al Rivers Trio, CD giveaway, music w/Jerry Zybach & the Blues Scoundrels, 6:30pm, Vet’s Club, 1626 Willamette St. FREE.

Single Payer Action Committee, organizing public outreach, events & actions promoting SP health insurance, 7pm, Upstairs at Grower’s Market, 454 Willamette St., iconoclasmo.scott@gmail.com. FREE.

Harlow Neighbors Association Public Meeting, 7-9pm, James Monroe Middle School, 2800 Bailey Lane. FREE.

Kids/Families Free Family Night, sing-alongs, music, food, beer, 6pm, Cozmic Pizza. FREE.

Lectures Legal & Financial Issues w/Elder Law attorney Sylvia Sycamore, 6pm, Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C St., Spfd., 345-8392.

Literary Arts Love to Read Weekly Book Club, discuss story lines, authors, next book to read, 10-11:30am, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5318. 25 cents.

Music The Mighty Oregon Symphony Concert Preview w/David Amado, noon, Hult Center. FREE.

Hot Buttered Rum, bluegrass, 7pm, WOW Hall. $13 adv., $15 door.

Campus Band, UO ensemble, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. FREE.

Weinland, dark folk, 9pm, Cozmic Pizza. $7.

Joe Manis Trio, jazz, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. FREE.

Outdoors/Recreation

Bike Riding for Fun & Fitness, weekly seniors in-town bike ride, helmets required, 10:30am, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5318. FREE.

Spiritual A Course in Miracles, drop-in study group, 10-11:45am, Unity of the Valley, 39th & Hilyard, 914-0431. FREE.



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19

Sunrise 7:14am; Sunset 4:42pm, Av High 51; Av Low 37

Arts/Visual DIVA Workshop: Copic Marker Rendering Basics w/Marianne Walker, info on using markers in various media, 7-9pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, pre-reg. at 344-3482. $35, includes materials.

Farmers’ Markets The Corner Market continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

ASUO Farmers’ Market continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Film Adult Program Matinee: Doubt, films showcasing seniors, 2-4:30pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St. FREE.

Gatherings The Mad as Hell Doctors U.S. Tour Report: A Free Event to Promote Single Payer Now, care-a-van “health care for people not profits” stop for health care reform info & political action, 7pm, The Eugene Garden Club, 1645 High St., information@hcao-eugene.org. FREE.

Tools of the Trade Show continues. See Wednesday.

Lectures League of Women Voters of Lane County Third Thursday: “Hire Education & Higher Education” w/UO President Richard Lariviere, 12:15-1pm, Mallard Banquet Hall, 725 W. First Ave., www.lwvlc.org, 343-7917. FREE.

Trustee Lecture Series on Leadership & Ethics: “Ethics, Integrity & Doing the Right Thing” w/Maurine Cate, 4pm, B. Ross Evans Chapel, 828 E. 11th Ave. FREE.

See & Learn About Yellowstone in Winter, slide show, planning for Feb. cross-country ski trip, 7-9pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., pre-reg. at 682-5318. FREE.

Literary Arts Tween Scene Book Group Meeting, topic: Bull Run by Paul Fleischman, grades 4-6; also, Teen Book Group Meeting, topic: Crank by Ellen Hopkins, both groups meet from 4-5pm, Downtown Library, www.eugene-or.gov/library, pick up books and pre-reg. at library. FREE.

Music Excerpts from the Mighty Organ Symphony w/Oregon Old Time Fiddlers, country, folk, 11:15am, Hult Center Lobby. FREE.

Eugene Symphony presents “The Mighty Organ Symphony” — An Evening of French Favorites, feat. Ravel’s Mother Goose, Saint-Saens’ Symphony No. 3 & more, 8pm, Hult Center, www.eugenesymphony.org, 682-5000. $15-$53.

Cherry Poppin’ Daddies CD Release Party, ska, funk, 8pm, WOW Hall. $15 adv., $18 door.

Lynx & Janover, hip-hop, electronica, 8pm, Cozmic Pizza. $6.

Mark Stuart & the Bastard Sons, Old Canes, rock, alt-country, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $5.

Social Dance All Levels Tango Dance Class, 7-8pm, Studio B, 8th & Charnelton, tangobrio2@gmail.com. FREE first class.

Theater No Shame Eugene: Theater Workshop, write, direct & act in original, 5-min. productions, 7:30-9:30pm, 126 W. Broadway. FREE.

The Curious Savage continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes continues. See Thursday, Nov. 12.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. See Friday.

Fiction continues. See Friday.



CORVALLIS EVENTS

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

Thursday, Nov. 12 Blood Pressure Screening, 9-11am, Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW 

Tyler Ave., pre-reg. at 766-6959. FREE.

Austin Entrepreneurship Residence Series: Palmer/Pletsch International School of Sewing’s Pati Palmer, noon-1:20pm, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU. FREE.

Seminar on Health Care Reform: “Health Care Reform for the 21st Century” w/former Oregon governor & gubernatorial candidate John Kitzhaber, 4pm, OSU.

The Pirates of Penzance, 7:30pm today, tomorrow & Thursday, Nov. 19; 2pm Sunday; also Nov. 20-21, Withycombe Hall, 30th St. & Campus Way, 737-2784, www.oregonstate.edu/dept/theatre. $5-$14.

Friday, Nov. 13 Reading & Signing w/Palestinian-American poet Fady Joudah, 7:30pm, The Valley Library, 210 SW Waldo Place. FREE.

Saturday, Nov. 14 Benefit Concert Series for Christian Peacemakers Team member Josh Hough, feat. music w/the Meadowlark Trio, 6-8pm, Sunnyside Up Café, 116 NW 3rd St., www.cpt.org. $5 sug. don.

Monday, Nov. 16 Low Vision Support Group, 2pm, Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler Ave., info at 754-1725. FREE.

International Film Festival, open to public, 7-9pm, today through Friday, Nov. 20, Owen Hall, OSU. FREE.

Tuesday, Nov. 17 Document Shred Day, 1-4pm, Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler Ave., pre-reg. at 766-6959, drop-ins welcome. $5 per banker’s box.

“Spiritual Liberation: Fulfilling Your Soul’s Potential” w/Michael Beckwith, weekly reading & discussion group, 6:30-8:30pm, Corvallis Friends Meeting House, 3311 NW Polk, www.unityofcorvallis.org. $5-$20 per class.

Wednesday, Nov. 18 Heritage of America Trip Presentation, 11am; Senior Council Meeting, 1:30pm, Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler Ave. FREE.

Thursday, Nov. 19 Food for Thought Lecture Series: “Nine Billion Mouths to Feed: Agriculture’s Global Footprint” w/Jason Clay, open to public, Q&A to follow, 7pm, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU. FREE



ATTN: OPPORTUNITIES

Eugene dance studio Musical Feet will hold auditions for tap and hip-hop dancers to perform in its Jan. 29 Hult Center show, “Back to the Street”; auditions will be held at the Musical Feet Dance Studio, 420 W. 12th, on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 6pm; for reservations and questions, call 485-2938.

Artists working in all 2- and 3-dimensional mediums are invited to submit images of their work along with an application form to be considered for the next biennium (2011-2012) of exhibits at the Maude Kerns Art Center; there is a $15 submission fee for individual artists and a $5 fee per artist for group shows; postmark deadline is Friday, April 16, 2010; for applications and prospectuses, visit www.mkartcenter.org; info at 345-1571.

The Springfield Public Library is conducting a community-wide online survey now through Nov. 27 entitled, “It’s Your Library,” to learn how to best serve Eugene’s citizens; the brief survey can be found online at www.wheremindsgrow.org.

Teens ages 13-18 and living in Lane County are encouraged to enter DIVA’s 2010 Teen Video Challenge; deadline for entries is Dec. 11; for full entry requirements, submission form and other information, visit www.divacenter.org.