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Mother Night and the Book of Dreams: a Concert @ Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Jan 26 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Book Of DreamsMother Night
and the
Book of Dreams

an evening of myth, story and music

Old tales, new tales, music and poetry- join us for a magically eclectic evening of exploring the misty world of dreams. Myth tellers, storytellers, musicians and poets will escort us to the realm of Mother Night and take us sightseeing in The Book of Dreams. The evening is designed for adults and children over 8 years of age.

A workshop, The Hidden Path of Dreams: Tools for Dream Tending, will also be offered Jan. 27th & 28th. For more information and workshop registration, contact The Mythic Road, or contact Freya 541 829 8204

Singtime Frolics @ Menucha Conference and Retreat Center
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 1 @ 12:00 pm

Portland FolkMusic Society presents

Singtime FrolicsSingtime Frolics

a spring weekend of singing, jamming, learning, sharing and good food at Portland FolkMusic Society’s annual retreat.

Guest artist Avery Hill

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Stories and Songs of the Kalapuya @ Majestic Theatre
Oct 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Stories and Songs of the Kalapuya

An evening with Esther & Shannin Stutzman

The 1st of the 3-part Champinefu (neé Chepenefu) Series – Year 2

Esther and Shannin are Komemma Kalapuya and enrolled members of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz. Esther is a life-long storyteller for the Kalapuya and is the chair of a non-profit Kalapuya organization, Komemma Cultural Protection Association, dedicated to researching the Kalapuya, particularly their stories, songs and dances. Esther is also one of the primary storytellers for the Wisdom of the Elders.

Get there early for a seat

Sponsored by the Marys Peak Group of the Sierra Club
Co-sponsored by the Spring Creek Project