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Saturday October 25th
Holiday Events around Town
Happy Holidays

Here are some of the special Holiday activities that are happening downtown and around the City!

At Winestock:

Live music with Torch Song Trilogy, FRIDAY DECEMBER 16th, 7-10pm:

Torch Song Trilogy is a musical trio, led by vocalist, Michelle Lipka who is complimented by a stand-up bass and keyboard. As their name implies, the repertoire is made up of slow, jazzy, blues music, influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Eva Cassidy, Linda Ronstand, Barbra Streisand, K.D. Lang, Bonnie Raitt, Jewel and Sara McLachlan. The band will be a having a fun Christmas show with trivia and holiday songs, as well as jazz standards.

Live music with the Tri-Tones, SATURDAY DECEMBER 17th, 7-10pm:

Last year, the Tri-Tones recorded a Holiday CD which included a CD release party at Winestock. They are doing it all over again this year. CD's available at the shop, local music makes an excellent stocking stuffer and a must have in your Holiday music collection. Join them for a great night of live and local musci. NO COVER. CD's $10.

At Coffee Rush:

Winter SOULstice Talk, DECEMBER 16th AND 17th AT 6pm, 900 Main St:

Listen to stories of the holiday season, while learning about the symbolism and supersition associated with the Winter Solstice. Free and open to the public in a warm and friendly environment.

The Winter SOULstice talk at Coffee Rush with be followed by a Winter SOULstice Spirit Walk at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children 13 and under. Call William at 503-381-2521 for reservations.

A night of wish making and ornament decorating, DECEMBER 18th 3-5pm, 900 Main St:

Bring Friends and family to share the joy of making your very own wish list and to personally deliver it to Santa, or decorate an ornament for your Chrismas tree. This is a free event and hot cocoa will be provided.

On 8th Street:

Winter Farmers Market, SATURDAY DECEMBER 17TH. Find fresh local produce for your Holiday meal.

 

 

For more information, please visit the following website:

http://downtownoregoncity.org/2011/12/welcome-downtown-for-the-holidays/