Article of the Week: “Stop acting rich, start getting rich.” The Cliff Note’s version of Thomas J. Stanley new book.
Monday, November 16th:
– Jack McMahon hosts Songwriter’s Circle with in-store performances by Craig Carothers and Don Henry, 7:00pm at Music Millennium, free. Sponsored by KZME.
Tuesday, November 17th:
– Spoken Word Storytelling with Anne Penfound, 7:00pm at the Hillsboro Walters Cultural Arts Center. Free.
– Portland Plan Community Workshop at Beaumont Middle School Cafeteria, 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Get involved and help shape Portland’s future for the next 25 years! Six more workshops are planned over the next 30 days, so if you happen to miss this one, consider another date!
Wednesday, November 18th:
– It was the #1 movie of the box office this last weekend, so get the real story about ‘2012.’ Powell’s City of Books offers “The 2012 Story (Tarcher), an epic exploration of the origins of this portentous date. Jenkins examines the date’s roots in Mayan cosmology, modern astronomy, and ancient prophecy.” 7:30pm, free.
Thursday, November 19th:
– Portland Plan Community Workshop at David Douglas High School Cafeteria , 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Get involved and help shape Portland’s future for the next 25 years! Five more workshops are planned over the next 30 days, so if you happen to miss this one, consider another date!
– Great Northwest Music Tour: free, all-ages show for the Freak Mountain Ramblers at McMenamins Kennedy School, 7:00pm. See web site for more dates.
– Free Providence Brain Institute Community learning forum: “Simple Ways to Treat Back Pain and Prevent Injury.” Please register online or call the Providence Resource Line, (503) 574-6595. 7:00pm
Don’t forget Ignite Portland at the Bagdad this Thursday the 19th! An amazing night of burning ideas from the Portland community. Free!