In Concert:  10 String Symphony & the Tattletale Saints

Thursday, Sept. 4   7 pm

Two 5-string fiddles, two voices, the occasional banjo and resonator mandolin, played by four hands belonging to Rachel Baiman and Christian Sedelmyer. They make music they like to call “Acoustic/Folk/Old-time/Blurrrgrass Madness,” that has also been called “aggressive, almost discordant, Celtic and dare I say punky string-chording experimentations” (The Bluegrass Situation). Sedelmyer (Formerly of the Farewell Drifters) and Baiman (Formerly of Belfry Fellows) met in Nashville, and realized a mutual love for the range and depth of the 5-String fiddle. Only two years old as a band, the duo has already gained recognition and attention from some major festivals, landing slots at the ROMP festival in Owensboro, KY, the Strawberry Music Festival in Yosemite, CA, and a headlining slot at the 2014 Auckland Folk Festival in New Zealand. For this tour of the West Coast, they’re offering a double bill with the Tattletale Saints, whose album “How Red is the Blood” just won the New Zealand Music Award for Folk Album of the Year.

Tickets $15 adv/$17 at the door.

10 String website

Tattletale Saints website

Oregon Coast Pride Festival

Friday - Saturday, Sept 5 - 6

Colorful Pride weekend events include the Caravan of Glam, Drag Shows, DJs, family fun, food, drinks and vendors to celebrate Oregon’s LGBT communities.

For more info go to www.oregoncoastpride.com to see the complete schedule at LCCC and other Lincoln City locations

"The Casbah" group art exhibit

Continues to Sept 8    PJ Chessman Gallery

“The Casbah” is a group of artists that have a long history of putting on art shows that fill the senses, by engaging the viewer with visual art as well as music, poetry and theater. This group was one of the first shows to exhibit with the 4C’s as the Cultural Center was being developed.

Exhibiting Artists

MARTIN ANDERSON

sculpture, painting

JAMES O’KEEFE

painting. assemblage

MARILYN BURKHARDT

printmaking, sculpture, painting

NAN O’KEEFE

mixed media

LIBBY DURBIN

poetry

JULIE REYNOLDS-OTRUGMAN

poetry

RALPH ELLIOTT

photography

KATE SAUNDERS

sculpture, fused glass

GER KILLEEN

poetry

PATTY SIBERZ

playwright

SHARON MARIBONA

painting, drawing

JILL HOTCHKIN SMITH

sculpture, painting

RICK MARTIN

furniture design

MICHAEL SHAW SMITH

sculpture

KEN McCORMACK

writer, photographer

MOLLY WULLSTEIN VAN AUSTEN

painting, drawing

COLLEEN McLEAN

painting

MELODY WALDEN

painting

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In Concert:  Men of Worth

Thursday, Sept. 11  7pm

Donnie Macdonald comes from the Isle of Lewis, one of the HebrideanIslandsoff the west coast of Scotland. Writing tunes and original songs in both his first language Gaelic and in English, Donnie presents the music from his native Scotlandwith passion and humor. James Keigher was born in CountyMayo, in the west of Ireland, and he's a singer, writer and collector of folk music. Between them, they play eight traditional Celtic instruments, from the mandolin to the bodhran. With a simple presentation and a wealth of stories, Men of Worth will leave you smiling. 

Tickets: $15 in advance;$17 at the door/free for children 12 and under. Call (541) 994 9994 for advance purchases.

Jill Perry Townsend Show with a special appearance by Tracy MacEwan

Friday, Sept 12 through Monday, Oct 6     PJ Chessman Gallery

Artist Reception:   Friday, Sept 12    5 pm - 7 pm

This show pairs exquisite bronze and clay sculptures with impressionistic oil paintings, all by resident artist Jill Perry Townsend of SkobKnob Studios. Jill is a sculptor, painter and a teacher, who strives for perfection in all that she does. This display will feature Jill's work in all stages, from clay to Bronze, giving the viewer a rare peek at the magical process of creating bronze sculpture.

In this exhibit, she will be joined by coastal painter Tracy MacEwan.

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