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Eugene Weekly : Calendar : 11.19.09





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We haven’t seen the crowd-pleasing, reel-inducing Misty River in Eugene for a while. That’s because band members were doing everything from teaching preschoolers to teaching young band dudes how to drive the big vehicles that cart musicians around the country. But with everyone ready for a break from their break, the harmony wielders return for a pre-Tofurkey-day concert, their trademark songs at the ready and new material bubbling up from the year-long hiatus. See this Oregon treasure at 3:30 pm Sunday at the First Christian Church. Tickets (which often sell out for Misty River concerts) are $15 adv., $17 door at www.mistyriverband.com and CD World. 



If you’d like to put a finishing chuckle on the ass-kicking month that was Grrrlz Rock 2009, make your way Saturday to the 4th Annual Pacific Northwest Women’s Comedy Festival at Springfield’s Wildish Theater, where you will be tickled pink by a line-up of comedians that includes Hollywood Squares joke writer Rylee Newton, Erma Bombeck Award-winner Leigh Anne Jasheway (pictured), Sharon Lacey, Virginia Jones, Lisa Myers, JeanAnn O’Brien, headliner Susan Rice and the comic troupe The Freerange Chix. $25, half-off w/VIP pass. 18+ www.grrrlzrock.com.



Those percussion grenades hurled at corralled citizens during the 1999 activist shut-down of the WTO conference in Seattle and ensuing riot squad beat-back were a shot heard loud and clear around the world, and the echo reverberates still. At least we hope it does. To commemorate the debacle/victory’s 10th anniversary, there will be a WTO Teach-In Saturday from 1-4 pm at the UO’s Fir Room, and later that evening, a “Eugene Says ‘No’ to the WTO Celebration” at 6:30 pm at WOW Hall, which will feature live music from the Sugar Beets and New Mexican Revolution, and a screening of This is What Democracy Looks Like. $5-$15 sug. don.

 






THURSDAY, November 19

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

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

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.

Benefits Latino Night: A Dance & Musical Benefit for Centro Latino Americano, feat. DJ Mario Mora, Jessie Marquez, Latin music, salsa dance, 7-10pm, The District, www.cla1.org, 21+ $10, $8 stu.

Farmers’ Markets ASUO Farmers’ Market, fruit, vegetables for UO students, last day, 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 Adult Program Matinee: Doubt, films showcasing seniors, 2-4:30pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St. FREE.

International Education Week Movie & Discussion: Slumdog Millionaire, 6-9pm, Mills International Center, UO, 346-0887. FREE.

UO Center for Latin American Studies Screening: Papers: The Movie, stories from undocumented students, 6:30pm, Knight Law Center, UO. FREE.

Screening and Q&A w/Director: Earth Day, locally made horror flick, all ages, 8pm, 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 Tools of the Trade Show, art & school supplies sale, demos, prizes, 10am-6pm today & tomorrow, The Duck Store, 895 E. 13th Ave. FREE.

Green Drinks feat. Arcimoto CEO Erik Stafl, presentation about new electric vehicle, networking event for folks interested in progressive & sustainable agendas, 6pm, Davis’ Restaurant, 94 W. Broadway, www.heliosnetwork.org. FREE.

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.

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 at 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, Bert Lams & Tom Griesgraber, 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 Salt by UO student playwright Ryan Primm, 5pm today, tomorrow & Saturday, Pocket Playhouse, Villard 102, UO, rmorus@uoregon.edu. $1 sug. don.

Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida, 7:30pm today, tomorrow & Saturday, South Eugene High School Auditorium, 400 E. 19th Ave., 790-8070. $12.

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

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

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

Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 6pm today; 7:30pm tomorrow & Saturday, Sheldon Auditorium, 2455 Willakenzie Rd. $7.

Fiction, 8pm today, tomorrow & Saturday; 2pm, Sunday; continues through Dec. 5, Lord Leebrick Theatre, 540 Charnelton St., 465-1506, www.lordleebrick.com. $10-$19.



FRIDAY, November 20

Sunrise 7:15am; Sunset 4:42pm, Av High 50; Av Low 37

Arts/Visual “A Thankful Gifting” w/new works by Mara Berendt Friedman, opening reception w/food, live music, 5:30-8:30pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette, 345-8986. FREE.

Jazmine Gabriel’s Art Opening w/Queen Slugretha Jackson, 5:30pm, Pizza Research Institute, 530 Blair Blvd. FREE.

“Art for All Seasons” Membership Exhibit & “Club Mud Ceramics Show & Sale” Opening Reception, 6-8pm, Maude Kerns Art Center, 1910 E. 15th Ave., www.mkartcenter.org. $3 sug. don.

Benefits Art for Animals, fundraiser for Greenhill Humane Society, silent art auction, 6:30-9pm, 5th St. Public Market, 689-1503. Don.

“Do It for the Kitty” fundraiser for S.A.R.A. & C.A.R.E. feat. Indubious, The T-Club, Basin & Range, reggae, 7:30pm, WOW Hall. $10-$20 sug. don.

Wildish Community Theater Benefit Gala Concert w/Amici & Swing Shift, chamber, 8pm, Wildish Community Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd. $40 concert only, $80 reception & concert.

Benefit for Crohn’s Disease w/music by Upstate Trio, 9pm, The Lorax, 1648 Alder St. $5.

Dance Fall Dance Concert: Gabe Masson Dance Company, feat. performance/choreography by new faculty members Brad Garner & Shannon Mockli, 8pm today & tomorrow, Dougherty Dance Theatre, 1484 University St. $10, $5 stu. & sen.

Grrrlz Rock 2009: Aqua NIA Dance Jam, ages 18 & up, 8-10pm, Tamarack Wellness Center, 3575 Donald St., www.grrrlzrock.com. $9, half off w/VIP pass.

Dances of the Middle East w/MEDGE, feat. Amani, bellydancing, 8:30pm, Cozmic Pizza. $4 sug. don.

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 Fest: Battlestar Galactica, 4pm, Shepard Room, Cottage Grove Community Center, 700 W. Gibbs Ave. FREE.

Dive-In Movie Night: Monster House, 7:30pm, Echo Hollow Pool, 1655 Echo Hollow Rd. $3.

Food/Drink Friday Night Wine Down & Customer Appreciation Party, music w/Johan, free chocolate & wine tasting, food & drink specials, 5-9pm, A Taste Gourmet, 270 W. 6th Ave., Junction City. FREE.

Beer Tasting w/Fire Mountain Brewery, 5-7pm, Beer Nuts Bottle Shop, 13th & Oak. FREE.

Gatherings Portia Project Conference: “Prisons & People: A Focus on Women and Their Children,” 10am-6pm, Knight Law Center, UO, 225-9988. FREE.

“They Got Bailed Out, We Got Sold Out!” Bankster Bailout Protest, noon, Oak St. & Broadway, www.eugeneiww.org. FREE.

Osher Lifelong Institute Town Meeting & Open House, ages 50 & over, 1:30-3:30pm, OLLI, UO, www.osher.uoregon.edu. FREE.

Vegan Potluck, 7pm, info & location at 341-1690. FREE.

Lectures Blues in the Schools, info about music education group, grades 2-12, 1:30pm, Baker Downtown Center, 975 High St. FREE.

“Swapping Skeletons: Change is Good” w/Nora Terwilliger, invertebrate natural history lecture, 7:30pm, Willamette Hall, UO. FREE.

Literary Arts Booksigning and Q&A w/author Ann Herrick, 9am-5pm, Fern Ridge Library, 88026 Territorial Rd., Veneta. FREE.

Spoken Word/Music Event w/poet Leonard Cirino & classical guitarist David Rogers, 6:30pm, Moon Upstairs, 228 Main St., Spfd. Don.

Music The Meridian Building 10th Anniversary feat. music w/Glenn Falkenberg, 3:30-5:30pm, The Meridian, 1801 Willamette St. FREE.

New Approach, folk, bluegrass, 6pm, Supreme Bean, 2864 Willamette St. FREE.

The Jazz Café, jazz, cabaret setting, feat. music by Herbie Hancock, Duke Ellington & original student compositions, 7:30pm, School of Music, UO. $5.

Chali 2na, Gift of Gab, w/special guest Mr. Lif & hosted by Lyrics Born, 8pm, McDonald Theatre. $18 adv., $22.

Macaco Velho, Brazillian dance, 9:30pm, Sam Bond’s. $6.

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

No School Day Rec Swim, 1:30-3pm, Echo Hollow Pool, 1655 Echo Hollow Rd. $3-$3.75, $7.50 families.

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

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

Taize Service, 7:30pm, Center for Spiritual Living, 390 Vernal St., www.sgceugene.org. $10 sug. don.

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

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, 8pm today & tomorrow; continues through Dec. 19, Actors Cabaret, 996 Willamette St., www.actorscabaret.org. $16-$35.95.

Salt continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Fiction continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

The Curious Savage continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Volunteer Food for Lane County, repackage unused food for low-income families, 6-9:30pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 682-5318.



SATURDAY, November 21

Sunrise 7:16am; Sunset 4:41pm, Av High 50; Av Low 37

Benefits “All You Can Eat” Flapjack Fundraiser for A Family for Every Child, music w/Churchill High School Choir, marching band, 8-10am, West 11th Applebee’s, 343-2856. $7.

EWEB Run to Stay Warm, half-marathon, 10K, 5K & kids run benefit to help families meet winter utility expenses, 9am; reg. at 6:30am, EWEB Plaza, 500 E. 4th Ave.

Used Mystery Novel Sale, Friends of the Library fundraiser, gently used books at $1, 10am-4pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

Village School Guitar Class Fundraiser, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza, www.happyvillage.org. $3-$5 sug. don.

Comedy Pacific Northwest Women’s Comedy Festival feat. Leigh Anne Jasheway-Bryant, Virginia Jones, Sharon Lacey, Lisa Myers, Rylee Newton, JeanAnn O’Brien & headliner Susan Rice, plus the Freerange Chix, 7pm, Wildish Community Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd. $25.

Dance “We Are One”: An interactive, collaborative performance of African music & dance feat. Alseny Yansane, Kerfala “Fana” Bangoura & Ibrahim Sylla, 7:30pm, Agate Hall Auditorium, UO. $5 adv., $10 door.

Fall Dance Concert: Gabe Masson Dance Company continues. See Friday.

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, Bakery (behind Mazzi’s). FREE.

Gatherings Town Hall Meeting w/Rep. Phil Barnhart, open to public, topics: 2010 February Special Session plans, opportunities & possible challenges, Q&A, 10am-noon, Creswell Community Center, 99 S. First, Creswell. FREE.

Thanksgiving Decorations, all ages, 10am-noon, Emerald Arts Center, 500 Main St., Spfd. $5.

Holiday Market, feat. live performances all day, 10am-5pm today & tomorrow, Lane County Fairgrounds, 13th & Jefferson, www.holidaymarket.org.

Centro Latino Americano Open House & Art Sale, food, music, art, noon-6pm, 944 W. 5th Ave., www.cla1.org. FREE.

Redoux Parlour Anniversary Party & Sale, music w/The Whiteaker Ramblers & The Whiskey Spots, juggling, fire dancing & more, noon-10pm, Redoux Parlour, 780 Blair Blvd. FREE.

Eugene Pokemon League, noon-3pm, The Coaching Center, 4750 Village Plaza Loop, 653-0111. FREE.

WTO 10th Anniversary Teach-In, 1-4pm, Fir Room, UO. FREE.

Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts (MECCA) 10th Anniversary & Grand Re-Opening Celebration, live music, prizes, refreshments, 4-7pm, MECCA, 449 Willamette St., www.materials-exchange.org. FREE.

Just Say “No” to the WTO: The Sugar Beets, New Mexican Revolution, screening: This Is What Democracy Looks Like, Teach-In & Celebration, 6:30pm, WOW Hall. $5-$15 sug. don.

Tellebration: Storytelling concert for adults feat. Eileen Hanna, mark Lewis, Susan Marriot, Celeste Rose, Robert Rubinstein & Yvonne Young, 7:30pm, Grace Chapel, 1166 Oak St. $10.

Kids/Families The Magical Moombah: Land Ahoy! vaudeville for kids, 10am & 1pm, The Shedd, 868 High St., www.theshedd.org. $5.

Saturday Sing-a-Long w/Pattiebuff Bear, music, storytelling, all ages, 1-1:30pm, Springfield Library, 225 Fifth St.

Lectures Stories of the Bohemia Mountain Country w/Ray Nelson, 10am, Cottage Grove Community Center, 700 Gibbs Ave., Cottage Grove. FREE.

Literary Arts Third Saturday Literary Reading w/ Paulann Peterson & Maxine Scates, 5-7pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St., 345-8986.

Music The Meridian Building 10th Anniversary feat. music w/Glenn Falkenberg & Mark Beauchamp, champagne, treats, 1-5pm, The Meridian, 1801 Willamette St. FREE.

The Silverwood Quintet, classical, 2pm, The Atrium, 10th & Olive. FREE.

Zepparella, all-girl Led Zeppelin tribute, 8pm, McDonald Theatre. $10 adv., $12 door.

Grrrlz Rock 2009: Melissa Ruth, Kathy Marshall, Crooked River, Whopner County All-Stars, 8:30pm, Sam Bond’s. $6, FREE w/VIP pass.

Outdoors/Recreation November Birdwalk w/Davey Wendt, birding hike, 8am-noon, South Eugene High School, 19th & Patterson. $3 sug. don.

Chess Tournament, open to public, 9am-7pm, Willamette 112, UO, uoregon.edu/~chess. $6.

GEARs Bike Ride: Harrisburg-Alvadore, 65 miles, food stops, 9:30am, Alton Baker Park, www.eugenegears.org. FREE.

Fall Nature Quest: Tails of the Night, learn about raccoons & other nocturnal creatures, all ages, 10am-non, Alton Baker Park. $2, $5 family.

Psycho Cross P-Series & Swap-A-Cross Bike Swap, cyclocross racing, 10am-2pm, Camp Harlow, 3850 County Farm Rd. $20 reg. to race, FREE to watch.

Lessons in the Learnscape Workshop: Backyard Habitats, native planting, hands-on, 3-6pm, Nearby Nature Yurt, Learnscape, Alton Baker Park.

Social Dance Barn Dance, 7-9:30pm, Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Rd. $2.

Barn Dance feat. The Oregon Old Time Fiddlers & caller Alan Ede, 7-10pm, Spencer Creek Grange, 

McBeth Rd. & Lorane Hwy, 341-1709. Don.

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

Into the Heart of God Day Retreat, meditation, silence, chanting, journaling & such, 10am-4pm, Center for Spiritual Living, 390 Vernal St., www.sgceugene.org. $50.

Workshop & Concert w/the Blessing Tree: workshop, 2pm; concert w/”lyrics directed at youth that tell of God’s guiding, enlivening love for all,” yo, 7pm, First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1390 Pearl St. FREE.

Jewish Movement Meditation w/Evlyn Gould, 3-5pm, Temple Beth Israel, 1175 E. 29th, 485-7218. $30.

Theater Salt continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

The Curious Savage continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Dwarfman: Master of a Million Shapes continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Fiction continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas continues. See Friday.

Volunteer Whilamut Natural Area Restoration Project, remove invasive species, plant native shrubs, tools & gloves provided, snacks, 9am-noon, Parking Lot 9, Autzen Stadium, RSVP to 682-4858.



SUNDAY, November 22

Sunrise 7:17am; Sunset 4:40pm, Av High 50; Av Low 37

Benefits Holiday Wreaths & Centerpieces w/Bethany Little, arrangements using native flora, fundraiser for education programs, noon-4pm, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, 34901 Frank Parrish Rd. $25.

An “Epic” Benefit feat. PHOBIA, Erratic Existence, Staggering Depths, Facing Extinction, the Athiarchist & Honderians, grindcore, 5pm, Epic Space, 245 Van Buren St. $5.

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

Film “Behind the Lens” Seminar w/director & screenwriter Tom Blank: Films of Claude Chabrol, screenings: La Femme Infidele, 1pm; This Man Must Die, 4pm, DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, www.divacenter.org. $5.

Screening: The Age of Stupid, film about climate change, 8:30pm, Cozmic Pizza. Don.

Gatherings Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market, 10am-4pm, Lane County Fairgrounds, 683-5589. $1.50.

“Meet Your Maker” Holiday Craft Show, 11am-5pm, Fenario Gallery, 881 Willamette, www.meetyourmaker.net. FREE.

Grrrlz Rock 2009: WREN Open House & Live Music Event w/Kathryn Claire, singer/songwriter, all ages, noon-2pm, West Eugene Wetlands, 751 S. Danebo Dr. FREE.

LASC Vigil to Close the School of the Americas (SOA), 1-2pm, Free Speech Plaza, 8th & Oak St., 485-8633. FREE.

Vegetarian Supper Club Potluck Dinner, theme: fermented, 5:30pm, Cottage Grove residence, RSVP to groups.yahoo.com/groups/vegsuperclub/ FREE

Holiday Market continues. See Saturday.

Music UO Ensemble: The University Symphony w/Conductor Wayne Bennett, feat. music by Debussy, Biet & UO instructor Laura Zaerr, 3pm, EMU Ballroom, UO. $7, $5 stu.

“A Tribute to America” feat. Eugene Gleemen w/special guest The Eugene Peace Choir, 3:30pm, Wildish Community Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd.

UO Chamber Music@Beall Series: REBEL, Baroque ensemble feat. Marta Almajano & Richard Savino, 3pm, Beall Hall, UO, 682-5000. $20-$40.

Misty River, acoustic Americana, 3:30pm, First Christian Church, 1166 Oak St., 344-7433. $15 adv., $17 door.

Todd Johnson, didjeridude, w/special guest Richie G, singer/songwriter, 4pm, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St. $5 sug. don.

Mellisa Ruth & Johnny Leal, folk-sass, 7pm, Cozmic Pizza. Don.

Oregon Back Collegium: Handel’s Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day & Organ Concerto Op. 4 #1, feat. organ soloist Julia Brown, 7:30pm, First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St., www.oregonbachcollegium.org. $10 sug. don. or canned food donation for Food for Lane County.

The Cunninlynguists, Grieves w/Budo, Looptroop Rockers, Tunji, hip-hop, 8pm, WOW Hall. $13 adv., $15 door.

Ruins of Ooah, rock, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $5.

Outdoors/Recreation GEARs Bike Ride: Low ride to Mt. Pisgah, 20 miles, bring food, 9:30am, Alton Baker Park, www.eugenegears.org. FREE.

Grrrlz Rock 2009: Women’s Self-Defense Workshop, ages 15 & up, 2-4pm, Amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard St., www.sass-lane.org. FREE.

Social Dance Swing Dance & Concert w/Blue Skies & the Fabulous Jewel Tones, 2-5pm, Eagles Lodge, 1375 Irving Rd. $7.

Tea Dance, 3-5pm, Vet’s Club Ballroom, 1626 Willamette St. $8.

Spiritual Concert w/Christi: singer/songwriter, storyteller Christi Snow, 2pm, Center for Spiritual Living, 390 Vernal St., www.sgceugene.org. $15 sug. don.

Theater Fiction continues. See Thursday, Nov. 19.



MONDAY, November 23

Sunrise 7:19am; Sunset 4:39pm, Av High 50; Av Low 36

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

Music Eugene Jazz Composer’s Orchestra feat. Douglas Detrick & Andrew Rowan, 7:30pm, Cozmic Pizza. $5.

Chamber Music Amici Concert #2 feat. music of Bach, Steinhardt, Mendelsson & Libby Larsen, 7:30pm, Wildish Community Theater, 630 Main St., Spfd.

The Swell Season feat. Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova, 8pm, McDonald Theatre. $30 adv., $35.

Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, student compositions, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. FREE.

Bluegrass jam, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. FREE.

On the Air City Club of Eugene: “Sheltering the Homeless: Why Bother?” w/Terry McDonald, David Robertson & Susan Ban, 6:30-7:30pm, KLCC 89.7 FM.

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



TUESDAY, November 24

Sunrise 7:20am; Sunset 4:39pm, Av High 49; Av Low 36

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 19.

Gatherings Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm: A Winter Tradition, tree sales, tractor rides, handmade wreaths, hot chocolate, 10am-5pm, Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm, 36777 Wheeler Rd., Pleasant Hill.

Town Hall Meeting: “Intersections: The Rights of the Homeless and the Rights of the Community” w/Paul Prensky, 7-10pm, Harris Hall, 8th & Oak St., RSVP to paulp@efn.org. FREE.

Music Songs of Thanksgiving, multi-faith musical celebration, pie potluck follows, 7pm, Temple Beth Israel, 1175 E. 29th, 747-3887, www.laneinterfaithalliance.org.

UO Ensemble: The Oregon Percussion Ensemble w/Conductor Charles Dowd, feat. Pulitzer, avant-garde works by Steve Reich, 8pm, Beall Hall, UO. $7, $5 stu.

Spiritual Heart of Now, intro to practice of presence in community, 7-9:30pm, 100 Crocker Ln., 359-3594, www.heartofnow.org. Don.



WEDNESDAY, November 25

Sunrise 7:21; Sunset 4:38pm, Av High 49; Av Low 36

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 19.

Film Heckler’s Night: West World, all ages, 7pm, Wandering Goat, 268 Madison St. FREE.

Gatherings Thanksgiving Luncheon, turkey w/all the trimmings, noon, Campbell Community Center, pre-reg. at 682-5318. $5.

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 Conjugal Visitors, acoustic, 9pm, Sam Bond’s. $5.

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 26

Sunrise 7:22am; Sunset 4:38pm, Av High 49; Av Low 36

Gatherings Community Thanksgiving Dinner, noon-3pm, Friendly Street Church of God, 2290 Friendly St., 345-6553. FREE.

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

On the Air “Thanksgiving Gypsy Swing” w/host David



Gizara, manouche jazz, gypsy swing, 9pm-midnight, KLCC 89.7 FM.

Outdoors/Recreation 28th Annual Turkey Stuffer Run & Walk, 5K, free post-race swim, 8:30am, Splash! Lively Park Swim Center, 6100 Thurston Rd., Spfd.



CORVALLIS EVENTS

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

Thursday, Nov. 19 Parkinson’s Disease Support Group, 2pm, Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler Ave., info at 758-1981. FREE.

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.

International Film Festival Screening: 13 Roses, 7pm, Owen Hall, OSU. FREE.

The Pirates of Penzance, 7:30pm today, tomorrow & Saturday, Withycombe Hall, 30th St. & Campus Way, 737-2784, www.oregonstate.edu/dept/theatre. $5-$14.

Friday, Nov. 20 International Film Festival Screening: The Last of the Crazy People, 7pm, Owen Hall, OSU. FREE.

Pacific Northwest author Jess Walter reads from The Financial Lives of the Poets, 7:30pm, Valley Library, OSU. FREE.

Monday, Nov. 23 Public Health Policy & Politics: “Provider Taxes: Making our Current Medical System Work” w/Sen. Betsy Johnson, Rep. Ron Maurer & Bruce Goldberg, 4pm, Gilfillian Auditorium, OSU. FREE.



ATTN: OPPORTUNITIES

Artist working in dance, music, performance, video, photography, storytelling, poetry and other media are invited to bring images of work to be invited for the Winter Art Exhibit at the Mills Center & Buzz Café; for more information, email to quasarte@yahoo.com or call 687-6742.

Tickets are on sale for the annual Senior Holiday Dinner held Dec. 25 at the Eugene Hilton Hotel; for more information, visit www.lanecountry.org/news/ or call 520-2698.