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Traditional American Music, folk and traditional musics from a variety of sources including early country recordings from the 20s and 30s.
1st Thursday, Kurt Liebezeit
2nd Thurs, Gordy Euler
3rd Thurs: Kurt Liebezeit
4th Thurs: Jonathan Lay
Previous shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/rise-when-rooster-crows
The Green House 73rd/Mill
Artichoke Community Music class led by Anne Weiss, $140 for seven classes or $25 drop-in.
All that‘s required for this class is that you know how to play C, D, E, G, A, and B7. If you don‘t know those, quick - go learn‘ em! Come tuned and ready to go. We‘ll work on a number of different styles, rhythms, and songs. We‘ll meet in my lovely backyard and see if we can get the squirrels to get their groove on.
Questions: anneweissmusic(*at*)gmail.com or 914-924-2574.
Register for 2 of Anne‘s classes and get 20% off (FULL term registrations only)! Take advantage of this deal by emailing sarah(*at*)artichokemusic.org for a coupon code and instructions.
The Green House 73rd/Mill
Artichoke Community Music class led by Anne Weiss, $140 for seven classes, $25 drop-in. You know the basics and feel ready for a little bit of a challenge. We’ll go over piedmont, Chicago and delta blues styles and licks and tricks and new material to help you move up a step!
We love sharing traditional music with the world! Check out local and traveling musicians playing old time American music. Improv jamming and renditions of customary favorites enliven the Hostel Cafe from 7-10pm every Thursday. All are welcome! Banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin and many other great instruments will accompany our American classics menu and local brews served in the Hostel Cafe.
Mask required · Staff wear masks · Staff get temperature checks ·
Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits.
Just $10/week for the Winds of Donegal classes. Every Thursday we teach you the basics of the three‘s, seven‘s and jig steps so that you can enjoy the live music ceilis around Portland and Ireland. Classes are geared toward 13 and older. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes not heels.
Featuring the best in traditional and contemporary folk and roots music, on Friday mornings. Features a variety of contemporary and traditional folk and roots music, with a focus on new releases and vintage favorites.
Most Fridays: Dan Shramek
4th Fridays: Steven Morrison
Prior shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/cascadia-coffeehouse
Folk, political, and women‘s music, both traditional and contemporary. A folk music collective, Don and Laurie love to feature live local and nationally known musicians! Music and conversations with an uplifting tilt. Live guests have included Peggy Seeger, Tracy Grammar, Linda
Waterfall, Shanghaied on the Willamette, Geoff Muldaur, Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, and Anne Feeney.
Hosted by Don Jacobson and/or Laurie Sonnenfeld.
Apr 22 (Fri): 12-2 pm - Earth Day Special
Past shows are available on the program page at https://kboo.fm/program/movin.
Hosted by Jeff Rosenberg, The Songcircle blends songs from various eras and genres to reveal new connections, exposing forgotten artists and discovering new ones, exploring connective themes and topics, or responding to the events of the day.
Studio guests have included Loudon Wainwright III, Eric Andersen, The Von Trapps, and many others.
Past shows available on the program page at https://kboo.fm/program/songcircle.
Walters Cultural Arts Center
Step into the vibrant world of salsa and join us for a night of dancing! Feel the rhythm and irresistible Latin beats by Dina y Los Rumberos at the Walters Cultural Arts Center.
Dancers of all skill levels unite in this electrifying dance of passion and joy. With infectious music and welcoming spirits, this event invites everyone to sway, spin, and salsa the night away, 12 advance/$14 day of show.
6:45 pm: Doors open
7 pm – 8 pm: Salsa lesson by Lines Dance Academy
8 pm – 10 pm: Live music by Dina y Los Rumberos
Dina y Los Rumberos is a mesmerizing Latin band that ignites the stage with their captivating performances. Hailing from Portland, their music transcends borders, blending Afro-Cuban rhythms, salsa, and Latin jazz into a harmonious fiesta. Embrace the irresistible allure of their melodies and let Los Rumberos transport you to a world of pure musical bliss.
Lines Dance Academy is a premier destination for aspiring dancers of all ages and skill levels, located right in the heart of creativity in Downtown Hillsboro. Their experienced instructors lead our Salsa Night lessons, as well as a diverse range of classes at the Academy, including hip-hop, contemporary, and ballet, fostering passion and technique in every step.
Concessions will be available for purchase from DAnu Wines, ensuring you stay refreshed and energized throughout the event.
Live music, dances are taught and cued as we enjoy the evening, 8-11 pm (doors open at 7:30, wee lesson at 7:45), First Friday Ceili, $10 advance/$15 door, no experience or partner necessary, 13 years or older.
Nov 3 (Fri): The Katie Jane Band
Dec 1 (Fri): Kate and the Lads (?Kate Vezin, Erik Killops, Richie Rosencrans and Baron Collins-Hill)
Annual Food Drive for the Tualatin Schoolhouse Food Pantry. Please bring-non-perishables.
Jan 5 (Fri): John Whelan
Feb 2 (Fri): BEE side ceili band
Mar 1 (Fri): Bronnie and the Boys
Burlingame Water Tower Dance Hall
Modern English country dance for all, Dancing starts at 7:30. Show up early to check in. Newcomers are always welcome. We waive the admission fee the first time you attend. An introductory session is available at 7:15 upon request. Admission: Sliding scale, pay what you can: recommended range $7- $15.
No street shoes permitted beyond entryway. Only clean soled shoes permitted on the dance floor. No partner required.
We welcome people who respect our expressed dance-community values and code of conduct without regard for age, race, color, national origin, religion, gender expression, sexual orientation, or ability.
Feb 9: MASKS OPTIONAL (free admission for all) - caller Ric Goldman with Fine Companions: Betsy Branch, Erik Weberg, Bill Tomczak, and Lisa Scott
Feb 16: MASKS OPTIONAL - caller Cynthia Stenger with Bill Tomczak, Laura Kuhlman, Brooke Bubna, and Mark Douglass
Feb 23: MASKS OPTIONAL - caller Erik Weberg with Bill Tomczak, Betsy Branch, Laura Kuhlman, and Jenny Peterson
Mar 1: MASKS REQUIRED - caller Ric Goldman with Lisa Scott, Leslie Hirsch, and Erik Weberg
Mar 8: MASKS OPTIONAL - caller Brooke Friendly with Laura Kuhlman, Leslie Hirsch, and Lisa Scott
Mar 15: MASKS OPTIONAL - caller Cynthia Stenger with Erica Liebert, Carl Thor, Meg Tapley, and Landon Kuhn
PCDC has authorized committees to make decisions about masking policies for their own events. All contra dances are mask-optional at this time. English dances are alternating between those that require masks and those that do not. Check the upcoming dances information to verify status of a dance.
PCDC no longer requires proof of vaccination, but we continue to encourage everyone to be vaccinated.