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Bonnie Raitt Tribute Band

Bonnie Raitt Tribute Band
Saturday, September 29 @ 7pm, doors open at 6pm
Concert & Fundraiser for Columbia Center for the Arts
$40 per person; includes free beverage and complimentary desserts
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The Bonnie Raitt Tribute Band is bringing their live concert performance to Columbia Center for the Arts on Saturday, September 29 at 7pm for a fundraiser for the Art Center. Something to Talk About is a musical collaboration between some of Oregon’s finest singers and players joining up to pay tribute to the queen of the bottleneck blues.

Donate an additional $35 and join the band onstage!
When you arrive for the event, you’ll be invited to donate an additional $35 to join the band onstage for a song at the beginning of the second half of the show. Sing along, play an instrument, or just dance to the beat—and enjoy the limelight.

Sponsored by: Bonnie Taylor, Melanie St. John, & Kerry Cobb

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WESTERN MUSIC AND COWBOY POETRY CONCERT

Saturday, October 13
Doors at 6pm, Concert at 6:30-9 PM
$10 Suggested Donation at the Door

Western musicians and cowboy poets from three western states will perform a showcase concert at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River, Oregon. This is an opportunity to see a variety of popular and award-winning entertainers sharing music and poetry from our western culture. Admission is voluntary with a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

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2018 Hood River Words Fair

October 26-28, 2018
Celebrating the Written Word
Family-friendly Events

Columbia Arts, in partnership with Waucoma Bookstore, are proud to announce our second annual Hood River Word’s Fair, to celebrate the art form of the written word. Literary arts are a significant aspect of our everyday lives that lead to so many new discoveries. We will once again bring you a weekend full of literary, poetry, and spoken word events and workshops!

Schedule of Events

Friday, October 26

Saturday, October 27

Sunday, October 28

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BI

MILAGRO THEATRE Presents

“BI”
Saturday, October 6 @ 7pm, doors open at 6pm
Adult tickets $20; Senior/Student tickets $15
Tickets available soon


Inspired by the book Flatland by Edwin Abbot. The year is 2089 in Tierra Plana, a new nation of squares, walls, and all sorts of boxes; a place where individual categories are pre-determined. Four friends: Fig, Noir, Isa, and Hex, are preparing for the day they receive their identity bracelets. Nervous about not fitting in, they escape to the desert and discover the mystery of the past hidden in boxes from the U.S. Census Bureau. Bi– will break open the boxes of selective classification and raise the question: What is your bi-dentity?

“This play uses mathematical and geometrical metaphor as well as inspiration from interviews from people in the community to tug at the heartstring that often makes us feel a little too much like the other,” says the play’s writer Georgina Escobar. “Bi– is simply about expansive thinking and it challenges the audience to join a ride that could feel strange and foreign, but then again, isn’t that what all people who claim a dual identity (bi-nationals, bilinguals, bi-cultural) have to navigate in dealing with a homogenous society?”

Sponsored by: Summer Lea Hillman Foundation

Tickets available online, in the Columbia Arts Gallery, and at Waucoma Bookstore.

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