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CCA Children's Theatre presents Big Smoke

The United States Premier - March 8-17

The U.S. premier of Big Smoke is the funny and sweet story of best friends and total opposites, Bethany and Jimmy, and their life in the city. Smart and practical Jimmy and wild and creative Bethany are excited to have a break from their day-in and day-out routine when school closes for a plumbing repair and the kids are invited to go to work with Jimmy’s dad at Briscoe and Plodger – the biggest maker of special occasion cakes in the whole city. Their day at the cake company quickly becomes a wild chase to find and return the secret recipe for the brand new “Big Smoke” cake, which may or may not have been stolen from under Bethany’s less-than-attentive nose. Recommended for ages 5 and up!

Running time: 1 hour (no intermission)

Ticket prices:

$10 adults — $5 student/senior — Free: ages 5-10

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Industrial Art

March Exhibition

Exhibition February 27- March 31, 2019
Opening Reception March 1, 6-8pm

Gritty, sleek, dynamic—Industrial Art comes in many forms. This show highlights the vast and varied expressions of this medium.

 

Artists who will be showing in the Gallery for the month of March include:
Bill Hook, Joe Cramer, Brad McLemore, Dave Gonzo, Alan Root, Matthew Dockrey, MacRae Wylde, Doug Burke, Debora Lorang, Brad Lorang, Nell Parker, Mike Ruff, Dan Pillers, Michelle Liccardo, Lila Ferber, Alexandra Blasford, Barbara Martin, Chris Cocker, Brian Samuels, Fenn Paider and Alexandra Buckles.

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The Art of Blacksmithing

March Exhibition in the Lobby

Exhibition February 27- March 31, 2019
Opening Reception March 1, 6-8pm

Founded by a small group of professional blacksmiths, the Society of Inclusive Blacksmiths intentionally supports Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the field of blacksmithing. They foster honest professional discussion and take actions to diversify the community.

They represent the face of blacksmithing in the 21st Century, including different faces and forward thinking work.

We are happy to represent 8 members of this group in the Lobby this month including:

Anne Bujold, Lynda Metcalfe, Monica Coyne, Lisa Geertsen, Leslie Tharp, Elizabeth Belz, Rashelle Hams, Meghan Martin.

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Chad Mayo At Windermere

Windermere Realty in March

Exhibition February 27- March 31, 2019

Chad Mayo was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. His pieces are visual poems, reflections of a sense of place, meditations on the land he has spent much of his life exploring. He has both art and nursing degrees and splits his time between art making, his job as a nurse, time outdoors biking, skiing, and hiking, and being a parent to two great kids in Hood River, Oregon.

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