Frank Fairfield, Camille Bloom & local benefits
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Frank Fairfield, Camille Bloom & local benefits


We've got a busy week of benefits this week at Columbia City Theater.

On Thursday we welcome the 6th, 7th & 8th graders of Aki Kurose Middle School's choir, glee club and string ensembles for a concert they're calling "A Show for the People."

Friday night we're excited to welcome back fiddler, historian and possible time-traveler Frank Fairfield alongside Rusty Willoughby (Cobirds Unite), Ben Fisher and some special unmentionable guests for a fundraiser for the "Welcome to Doe Bay" documentary.

And Sunday night we're helping celebrate 52 years of Poetry Northwest and their latest magazine with a benefit featuring Ghosts I've Met, Fan Fiction and Poetry NW contributor Ed Skoog's band Corn Jail.

November 10 – Aki Kurose Middle School Academy presents: A Show For The People - 6pm (EARLY SHOW) / All Ages / $12 Tickets Available At the Door. These talented young musicians will be collaborating with (older) local musicians for a special night on the big stage. Since Thursday is a school night, it'll be an early show, with a start time of 6pm and all-ages.

November 11 – Frank Fairfield, Rusty Willoughby, Ben Fisher and special guests for a Welcome to Doe Bay Documentary Fundraiser - 9pm / $15

More on the Welcome to Doe Bay Documentary:

November 12 – Camille Bloom (CD Release Party), Amber Darland and J Minus - 9pm / $10 adv – $15 door

November 13 – Poetry Northwest Benefit featuring Ghosts I’ve Met, Fan Fiction and Corn Jail (featuring Poetry Northwest contributor Ed Skoog) - 8pm / $12


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