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16 Feb 2011 15:41

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Beer at the Bourbon with live music by Simon & Ben

Momentum partners with the Bourbon Bar @ Columbia City Theater to present Beer at the Bourbon. Bringing together residents from our community in an engaging and enjoyable atmosphere, Beer at the Bourbon serves as an opportunity to bring local, craft beer and music to Columbia City and SE Seattle.

Beer at the Bourbon is a unique way to feature a Seattle brewery in our community. Not only drinking beer, but also learning about the beer from the people who create it is important. Beer at the Bourbon goes even further with live music throughout the night by local musicians. No need to go to another part of town for your music and beer needs, it's all taken care of at the Bourbon.

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benefit concert and silent auction for Drew Grow

We've got a big week at Columbia City Theater with events that are near and dear to our hearts. On Friday night we're celebrating one of five CD releases in the month of February with local band Yuni in Taxco and Saturday we're hosting a benefit for dear friend of the theater Drew Grow & The Pastors' Wives to help him get back on his feet after a nasty car accident this January.



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Brainstormers house concert -- great old time music

Wednesday, February 23rd, 7:30pm
At Bruce & Bonnie's House near Columbia City

The Brainstormers (Tom Sauber, Mark Graham, Patrick Sauber) provide the very best in southern old time music of all sorts, along with Mark's most recent songs. And they're playing at our house (Bruce & Bonnie's) near Columbia City.

Former Columbia City resident, Mark Graham, is a local hero, known internationally for his mastery of the harmonica and equally for his witty, quirky song writing on subjects ranging from Oedipus Rex to the current hard times and everything in between.

$12 suggested donation (kids half).
Reservations, directions, info: contact moc.einnobdnabw|su#moc.einnobdnabw|su or 723-7684.

Bruce and BonnieBruce and Bonnie


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Church of Hope

Church of Hope meets this Sunday, February 20 at 10:30am (with special guest musician Kathleen Tracy, director of Columbia City Community Chorus).

3818 S Angeline St

People of all ages, races, gender identities and sexual orientations, cultures, and classes are welcome. Come as you are!

Darla DeFranceDarla DeFrance


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Cin City

from Paul's post to the discussion board:

So, on the third Wednesday of the next four months, the Columbia City Cinema presents From Reel to Real, a live event series that features some of Columbia City's most talented performers. The series will be held at the historic Rainier Valley Cultural Center (3515 Alaska @ Rainier), a beautiful 250-seat venue right across the street from the Cinema.

The line-up includes a tantalizing night of burlesque, featuring Whisper De Corvo, Madisun Avenue, Fosse Jack, and Scandal from Bohemia (February 16)

Doors open at 7:00pm, shows start at 7:30pm.

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Frederick Park storytelling house concert

Sunday, February 27th, 7-9pm at Bruce & Bonnie's house near Columbia City.

Fred, from North Carolina, is one of America's best loved tellers of traditional, old-world tales from his native Appalachia as well as from Wales, Scotland, and African American traditions.

Frederick Park has been a guest storyteller at numerous festivals and in schools across the country for more than 30 years, including the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennesee. Spell binding performance.

suggested donation $12 (kids half)
For reservations, info, and directions, contact moc.einnobdnabw|su#moc.einnobdnabw|su
or call 723-7684

Bruce and BonnieBruce and Bonnie


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I "heart" the Library!

Saturdays at 11am - Story Time afficionados "heart" the Library!



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open house -- meet the practitioners

Come celebrate our new space with us! Hang out with good people and nosh on some free food and drinks. Wander freely through the clinic and meet all of our wonderful practitioners. Enter our raffle for a chance to win free treatments all while listening to live music and checking out local art. Bring your friends and family and come have a chill time!

A Season to Heal Integrative Bodywork & Massage
Columbia City Acupuncture & Herbs
Holistic Health Partners Naturopathic Medicine
Sangat Medicine

All invite you to enjoy our space and meet all of us at the same time.
Friday, February 18th, 2011 from 6-9 pm

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Southeast District Council

This month, we will hold a joint meeting with the Greater Duwamish District Council. We will hear from SDOT on the Transit Master Plan. What is the difference between 2005 Seattle Transit Plan versus the Transit Master Plan? What are the goals, how was outreach done, what were the responses from the web survey? And much more.

We will also learn about Code for America and Seattle Communities Online. What are these programs and how could they help member organizations better communicate with the City and each other?

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:30pm

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St. Edward Multicultural Celebration

Join us for the Third Annual St. Edward Multicultural Celebration, hosted by St. Edward School! Enjoy an evening of great ethnic appetizers and desserts, entertainment by our diverse cultural community, and a silent auction to support our school's operating budget.

Saturday, March 5, 2011, 5:30pm
4200 South Mead Street

Tickets are $25 in advance through Brown Paper Tickets, or $30 at the door. For more information call 725-1774.



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