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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 10:00 PM
Jason Marsalis w/ Mel Brown Organ Quartet
Soul'd Out Productions – $ 20.00 - $25.00 / Age 21 And Up Additional Info: From a tender young age it was clear that Jason Marsalis had what it took to be great. Jason is the son of pianist and music educator Ellis Marsalis and his wife Dolores, and the youngest sibling of Wynton, Branford and Delfeayo. Together, the four brothers and their patriarch Ellis, comprise New Orleans venerable first family of jazz. Ellis and Dolores began to cultivate Jason's interest in music at age three, with the purchase of a toy set of drums.By age six, not only had Jason gotten his first real drum set, but he was also taking lessons from the legendary New Orleans drummer James Black. At age seven he was sitting in with his father's jazz group, as well as playing with his trombonist brother Delfeayo. Jason was progressing so rapidly as a drummer that in 1984 his father started using him consistently on engagements.Throughout his high school years he continued to hone his skills by playing gigs with his father and brothers, as well as studying orchestral percussion techniques at the venerable Eastern Music Festival. Shortly after graduation from NOCCA in 1995, Marsalis ascended to the drum throne of a new group lead by virtuoso pianist and former sideman for Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Roberts. Despite a demanding touring schedule with Roberts, Marsalis furthered his educational goals by attending Loyola University in New Orleans, as well as studying composition with notable classical composer, Roger Dickerson. While Marsalis made appearances with such international jazz luminaries as Joe Henderson and Lionel Hampton, he was visible on the New Orleans scene working with a diverse cross section of bands from Casa Samba (Brazilian), Neslort (jazz fusion) Summer Stages (children's theater), Dr. Michael White (traditional jazz) and many others.In 2009, the Marsalis Family would receive the NEA Jazz Masters award. In June of that year, the family would appear at the White House and the Kennedy Center to do a tribute show to their father. The concert was made into an album entitled, "Music Redeems". Later that year, Marsalis would release his first new album in 9 years and his debut album on vibes, "Music Update". In 2010, the bassist from the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, Christian Fabien, called him to participate in a recording session with drummer Ed Littlefield and pianist Reuel Lubag. The made two records, Christian's "West Coast Session" and Ed's "Walking Between Worlds". The latter would include folk songs from the leader's native Alaskan Tlingit tribe from his hometown of Sitka, Alaska. That project inspired the group to be named the Native Jazz Quartet, a group that would arrange folk songs into jazz tunes. Their first recording of that concept was "NJQ Stories", recorded in 2012. Also in 2012, Marsalis was involved in another genre-breaking collaboration as the Marcus Roberts Trio released an album with banjoist Bela Fleck. The combination of jazz and bluegrass was entitled "Across the Imaginary Divide" and the unit toured successfully that year. Marsalis also managed to do a performance on various percussion at the 2012 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans with Aretha Franklin.Read more about Jason Marsalis on his profile... Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/event/jason-marsalis-jack-london-revue-tickets/7830895?REFERRAL_ID=twfb
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 8:45 AM
Coffee Chat with Principal Kosmala
Buckman Arts Focus Elementary School – Head to the library to join Principal Kosmala and the Buckman PTA for an informal coffee chat! Learn about what's happening around the school and ways to get involved.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 10:30 AM
Ready Fit Go Meal Sampling
FIT4MOM SW Portland – Stay after Stroller Strides to taste some delicious Ready Fit Go meals! Mamas who attend will also be given a BOGO offer good for 24 hours! You won't want to miss this!
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 10:30 AM
Music Quest at Smallfry
Smallfry – Come join me every Friday from 10:30-11:30 am for music and laughter on a Music Quest! Let me take you on a music and movement adventure. Songs, dancing, and a joke or two. Pirates, Cluster Flies, and a Riggabamboo!!! Event is FREE with a $5 suggested donation
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 11:00 AM
Note-taking for College Success Workshop
Clark College -- Vancouver, Washington – Taking notes is only one part of the note-taking process. Come and learn about the other two equally important parts of the process, as well as how to create and learn from more effective notes. Join us in the Penguin Union Building (PUB) 258C.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 - Jan 21 @ 11:00 AM
Justin Alexander Signature Trunk Show!
Charlotte's Weddings & More – We love the Spring 2018 Signature collection by Justin Alexander Signature. This collection is unique, dramatic, and luxurious. The unique beading, embroidery, and dramatic silhouettes define this most recent Justin Alexander Signature collection. These wedding dresses are perfect for the bride looking to turn heads when she enters the room. So make your appointment today to try on these incredible gowns by Justin Alexander. Purchase a Justin Alexander Signature Dress and receive 10% OFF your wedding gown!! Read our blog post about trunk shows here for tips to navigate a trunk show! Also check the video of Justin Alexander Signature style 9894 this gown is picked number 4 in Bridal Guide’s top trend predictions for Meghan Markle’s wedding gown. http://www.charlottesweddings.com/justin-alexander-signature-trunk-show-january-19th-21st/
 
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    Friday Jan 19 - Jan 21 @ 11:00 AM
Austie Eckley Trunk Show
The White Dress Portland – Come in and meet the amazing Austie Eckley during our pop up trunk show! This trunk show features all handmade veils and accessories to complete your bridal look. It is a great opportunity to find one of a kind, local pieces to go with your dream dress.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 - Feb 23 @ 11:00 AM
Yoga for Joint Release
Carol Grimes Yoga – If you experience joint pain or immobility, muscular stiffness, or general fatigue of the body, this 6-week series is a perfect way to increase your range of motion and leave you feeling healthy and mobile. In this class, you will: • Open and release body and mind with a gentle warm-up • Practice a set series of joint-release poses to enhance joint mobility • Learn relaxation & self-massage techniques to relieve muscular stiffness Workshop cost: $115 or $95 early bird (if reserved 1 week before) Space is limited to 10 students. Sign up online to reserve your space. YOGA FOR JOINT RELEASE FRIDAYS, January 19th - February 23rd, 11:00am - 12:15pm w/ Carol Grimes LOCATION: Unfold Portland - 3249 SE Division St, Portland OR 97202 Carol Grimes is an RYT 200 with the Bhaktishop in Portland, OR, and has studied with Doug Keller and Gary Krafstow in the fields of therapeutic yoga and yoga for chronic pain. She has a Master of Public Health and a previous career in health research. www.carolgrimesyoga.org. The Ayurvedic joint-release series that we will be practicing in this class was developed in collaboration with one of Carol’s teachers, Rae Minten (LMT / RYT500).
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 12:00 PM
2018 Legislative Preview
City Club of Portland – What can you expect from legislators during this year's short session? How will the Measure 101 vote affect legislative priorities in Salem? Join us as we discuss what to watch and what's at stake this year. We'll also take a step back and ask whether short sessions still make sense or whether the legislative schedule needs another overhaul.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 12:00 PM
The Aka and Bofi Foragers of the Central African Republic
Clark College -- Vancouver, Washington – A doctoral field research with all sorts of adventures and encounters with wildlife. Dr. Jay Fancher will share information about an adventure, a field research with the Aka and Bofi Foragers (historically called “pygmies”) of the Central African Republic. STEM Building, Room 151 Bring your lunch and we'll provide the dessert! These events are FREE and open to everyone with an interest in the intersection of science, technology, engineering and mathematics with our lives. Anyone needing special accommodation due to a disability, please contact Clark College's Disability Support Services Office at (360) 992-2314 or (360) 991-0901 (VP), or visit PUB 013.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 12:00 PM
Closed From Noon-2:30PM For a Private Event
Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade – Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade will be closed during the following period for a private event: *Friday 1/19, Noon-2:30pm We’ll re-open at 2:30pm, with all ages admitted until 4:30pm! Please remember, Ground Kontrol is 21+ only after 5pm. Ground Kontrol is a fantastic place to bring your company for a holiday party, to celebrate a milestone birthday, or throw your wedding reception. If you are interested in renting Ground Kontrol for an event, get more info at our rentals page!
 
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    Friday Jan 19 - Jan 20 @ 7:00 PM
Soccer Career Conference
Sports Management Worldwide – Experience the heart of the action and mix and mingle with some of the most prominent names on the soccer landscape by attending the SMWW Sports Career Conference held in conjunction with the MLS SuperDraft and the United Soccer Coaches Convention, (formerly the NSCAA Convention.) Attendees at this conference consist of club owners, front office personnel, league officials, agents, coaches, individuals on the business side of the soccer and those wanting to work on the business side of soccer. The SMWW Soccer Career Conference is your opportunity to gain valuable insight into a variety of careers from those working at the highest level in soccer! This two-day career conference offers unique panel discussions and question-answer periods designed to start or advance your career in the business of soccer. The day will be split up into diverse speaker panels; including sports business, athlete representation, scouting, broadcasting, media.
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 4:00 PM
Beer Tasting!
Grocery Outlet – Fish Brewing from Olympia, WA will be here Friday, January 19th, from 4-7:00PM to sample some of their great beers! Make sure to stop by and try some! Want to know more about them? Visit their website https://www.fishbrewing.com/
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 5:30 PM
Sixteen Candles
McMenamins Mission Theater – McMenamins 80's Week continues with Sixteen Candles. TWO WORDS- JAKE RYAN....we will see you here. Sunday, January 14th 3:30pm Monday, January 15th 5:30pm Monday, January 15th 8:30pm Tuesday, January 16th 5:30pm Wednesday, January 17th 5:30pm Friday, January 19th 5:30pm
 
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    Friday Jan 19 - Feb 25 @ 5:30 PM
D License Coaching Course
Washington Timbers Football Club – Will include ALL FOUR game modules (4v4, 7v7, 9v9, and 11v11) with one on each day. Field players that are age appropriate are mandatory for each course. Course will be taught by Joe Sotille. https://dcc.ussoccer.com/courses/available/3/details/1555/ Registration for testing phase: https://dcc.ussoccer.com/courses/available/3/details/1556/
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 6:00 PM
International Beats & Bites
Woodstock Elementary – The Woodstock PTA would like to invite you and your family to International Beats and Bites on Friday, January 19th from 6-8 PM in the Cafeteria. You can purchase a Passport for $5.00 at the event which will give you taste of each food that is being offered. We will have foods from India, Hawaii, Germany, France, USA and more! Additionally there will be baked goods to purchase. If you would like to make a culturally significant baked to share you can sign up to do so on the signup below. There won't just be food to eat but our community is sharing their talents as well! There will be singing, dancing and you won't want to miss a couple of Woodstock's teacher performing too! If you have clothing that is meaningful in your culture, we encourage you to wear it to this event. We would love to see your garb and learn more about its purpose. This event can't happen without a little help from you! You can find out more about volunteer needs and sign up to bring cultural baked goods on the signup here. http://signup.com/go/nozwriA
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 6:00 PM
Patternist (acoustic), Mordecai, with guests
The Analog - Theater & Cafe – Friday January 19 @ Analog Lounge "Take Warning Presents" PATTERNIST (acoustic) Mordecai, with guests All Ages (bar w/ id) - $8 advance / $10 day of show - 6:00 PM doors / 6:30 PM show / 9:45 PM curfew Tickets @ https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1597679?utm_medium=bks
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 6:00 PM
What Dreams are Made of- Parent's Night Out
Clark County Family YMCA – Can't remember the last time you ate a meal out that didn't come with crayons? Drop your children off in a safe, structured environment where kids are able to play, make crafts and wind down with a movie while you slip away kid free for a few hours. Time: 6 to 9 PM (5 to 6 PM, early drop off*) Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years Register online or at the front desk Cost: Members: $10.00 per child Non-Member: $20.00 per child *Early Drop Off- $4.00 per Child (members only), Dinner is not provided
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 6:30 PM
Friday Fun Night- Snow Much Fun!
Kids Club Fun & Fitness – Join us for Friday Fun Night on January 19! Kids 4-11 years will be able to play in the Jungle, gymnastics room and play dodgeball as well as awesome themed games such as: - Snow Ball Fight - Olaf Games -Frosty Freeze Tag 4-6 year olds will also do a fun craft! Our Friday Fun Nights are drop off events when you get to relax and the kids get to play, play, PLAY! Only $19.95/child Purchase a pizza meal for only $6 more or pack your own food for snacks! Register by calling Kids Club at 360-546-5437 or online at www.kidsclub4fun.com
 
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    Friday Jan 19 @ 7:00 PM
Portland Winterhawks vs. Swift Current Broncos
Rose Quarter – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Mon, 20 Nov 2017 at 10:00 AM