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Young composer in Oregon City knows the score

Young composer in Oregon City knows the score

Clackamas Review - Features
Program helps Alliance Charter sophomore Haladar Wright polish musical skills
St. Nicholas Faire to benefit Bloomin' Boutique

St. Nicholas Faire to benefit Bloomin' Boutique

Clackamas Review - Features
Event offers raffle baskets, crafts, food and more Dec. 6-7 at church in Oregon City
Out and About

Out and About

Gresham Outlook - Features
Here are some of the events, activities, exhibits and performances in The Outlook's coverage area for this week
Planetarium pays visit to moon

Planetarium pays visit to moon

Gresham Outlook - Features
Mt. Hood Community College presentation reveals craters, mountains, lava channels and even volcanoes
'Sylvia' unleashes laughs in play about marriage

'Sylvia' unleashes laughs in play about marriage

Clackamas Review - Features
Fetching plot by A.R. Gurney will delight dog lovers in Oak Grove, boost support for PAW
'Our Black Friday'

'Our Black Friday'

Gresham Outlook - Features
Area merchants go extra mile to draw in shoppers on Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30
Concerts deliver dynamic mix of voices, instruments, styles

Concerts deliver dynamic mix of voices, instruments, styles

Gresham Outlook - Features
Mt. Hood Community College showcases jazz, choir, chamber sounds in Fall Term Concerts Dec. 2-9
OCHS grad oversees production of 'Octette Bridge Club'

OCHS grad oversees production of 'Octette Bridge Club'

Clackamas Review - Features
Stage manager Alanis Graham happy to work with former Oregon City teacher Karlyn Love
OCHS embraces creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky

OCHS embraces creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky

Clackamas Review - Features
'Addams Family,' with cast of 47, lurches onstage Nov. 20-23 at Oregon City High School
Handmade quilt to be raffled off near Milwaukie

Handmade quilt to be raffled off near Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas United Church of Christ plans holiday bake sale, bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 23
Oregon City Children's Theatre heads down Yellow Brick Road

Oregon City Children's Theatre heads down Yellow Brick Road

Clackamas Review - Features
'The Wiz Jr.' retells classic tale with jazzy dimension, opening Nov. 15 at Beavercreek Grange
'Becky's New Car' steers through serious issues

'Becky's New Car' steers through serious issues

Clackamas Review - Features
Play with comedic moments opens Clackamas Community College's student season Nov. 14
New Century Players actors lay their cards on table

New Century Players actors lay their cards on table

Clackamas Review - Features
'Octette Bridge Club' explores women's roles during 1934-1944 period in Providence, Rhode Island
Readers Theatre presents alternate take on 'Thanksgiving'

Readers Theatre presents alternate take on 'Thanksgiving'

Gresham Outlook - Features
Veteran actor Michael Streeter looks to expand audience at local productions
'Twin Moons Rising' opens Krayon Kids season

'Twin Moons Rising' opens Krayon Kids season

Clackamas Review - Features
Play is bittersweet for founder, as she bids farewell to actors aging out of program
Oregon City resident thrives after kidney transplant

Oregon City resident thrives after kidney transplant

Clackamas Review - Features
Vicki Guthrie learns about kidney failure the hard way, but finds an organ donor
Students perform poems with Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Students perform poems with Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Clackamas Review - Features
Shakespeare festival members share their passion for theater with Oregon City, Gladstone teens
'Honk!' celebrates differences in Happy Valley

'Honk!' celebrates differences in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas High School cast brings classic 'Ugly Duckling' to life through song, dance
Farce at its finest in Oak Grove

Farce at its finest in Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Funny 'Lend Me a Tenor' play by Ken Ludwig opens theater season at Rex Putnam High School
Uncorking a new career

Uncorking a new career

Gresham Outlook - Features
Gresham social services pioneer Donna Stoney splits time between helping others and making wine
Gresham man's house-haunting hobby goes viral

Gresham man's house-haunting hobby goes viral

Gresham Outlook - Features
Northwest Haunters network links spooky Halloween houses in Gresham with points far beyond
'Bakersfield Mist' opens Chapel Theatre season

'Bakersfield Mist' opens Chapel Theatre season

Clackamas Review - Features
Play directed by Illya deTorres poses questions about art and who's qualified to judge it
Storyteller to present tales of exiles, outcasts, wanderers

Storyteller to present tales of exiles, outcasts, wanderers

Clackamas Review - Features
Will Hornyak plans two Halloween themed shows at Wind Horse Coffee & Tea in Miwaukie
People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

Portland Tribune - Features
The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon
Woman's Club annual auction set for Oct. 20

Woman's Club annual auction set for Oct. 20

Clackamas Review - Features
Proceeds from Oregon City fundraiser this Sunday to benefit local organizations
Mah-jongg: more than a game

Mah-jongg: more than a game

Clackamas Review - Features
Oct. 26 tourney to benefit Milwaukie Center programs at 5440 S.E. Kellogg Creek Drive
Chills and thrills for entire family

Chills and thrills for entire family

Clackamas Review - Features
From 'Thriller' dance to Celtic New Year, there's something for everyone this Halloween season in Clackamas County
Salmon Homecoming offers immersion in nature, culture

Salmon Homecoming offers immersion in nature, culture

Gresham Outlook - Features
Two-day event at Oxbow Regional Park features fish viewing, food, celebration of indigenous culture
The ART of being Mario

The ART of being Mario

Gresham Outlook - Features
Rockwood muralist Mario DeLeon makes indelible mark by pursuing creative passion through public, business and digital art
Milwaukie educator, performer to put 'you' in ukulele

Milwaukie educator, performer to put 'you' in ukulele

Clackamas Review - Features
Expert Neal Chin to teach single-note chord workshop Oct. 11 at Milwaukie Center

Show your love of lace with Portland Lace Society

Clackamas Review - Features
Show your love of lace with Portland Lace Society
Thread your way through display of delicate art form, techniques Oct. 12 at Milwaukie Center

Peek into the art process near Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Features
Peek into the art process near Oregon City
19 artists open doors to their Beavercreek studios from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Oct. 11-13

Milwaukie artists work with wax

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie artists work with wax
'Encaustic Showcase' at First Friday highights work of five artists through Oct. 30 in City Hall Lobby Gallery

Retired rocket scientist to open Seasoned Adults…

Clackamas Review - Features
Retired rocket scientist to open Seasoned Adults…
Oregon City resident Kim A. Foster will present 'Space: The Final Frontier' on Oct. 9

The BEAR MAXIMUM

Gresham Outlook - News
The BEAR MAXIMUM
37th annual Teddy Bear Parade sidesteps rain, brings joy to kids from 2 to 92 in downtown Gresham

Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo…

Portland Tribune - Features
Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo…
The largest indoor quilting show in the Pacific Northwest returns with new tips, trick and tools.

'Think big, start local' at Oak Grove United…

Clackamas Review - Features
'Think big, start local' at Oak Grove United…
The Neighborhood Project seeks to bring folks together in October for common good

Stu Fuchs to lead 'Ukulele Bandstand' in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Stu Fuchs to lead 'Ukulele Bandstand' in Milwaukie
Grammy-nominated musician will bring zen, fun to fifth-annual Pacific Northwest workshop and concert

Rex Putnam High School grad goes overboard

Clackamas Review - Features
Rex Putnam High School grad goes overboard
Lisa Jeanne Peterson back in Milwaukie after performing on cruise ships around world

Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and…

Portland Tribune - Features
Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and…
British guitarist, singer and songwriter pairs with Steve Cropper for Rock & Soul Revue on Saturday at Revolution Hall

Wagon Tongues, local branch of Toastmasters, seeks…

Clackamas Review - Features
Wagon Tongues, local branch of Toastmasters, seeks…
Club in Oregon City welcomes those interested in self-improvement through speaking

Fall into fine creativity at Troutdale arts festival

Gresham Outlook - Features
Fall into fine creativity at Troutdale arts festival
Renowned framer Donna Erwin will be among 60 featured artists at annual event at Glenn Otto Community Park

Mendenhall returns to area music scene at new…

Clackamas Review - Features
Mendenhall returns to area music scene at new…
Singer-songwriter plans Sept. 22 show at 50-seat venue at former Amadeus Restaurant site

North Clackamas watersheds cleanup day set for…

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas watersheds cleanup day set for…
Volunteers will pick up litter, remove invasives and restore habitat from 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 14

'Living art' event coming to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
'Living art' event coming to Milwaukie
Milwaukie Center hosts 'bonsai forest' exhibit, marketplace, demos Sept. 14

New Century Players 'Surrender' to comedy

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players 'Surrender' to comedy
Season opener 'Suite Surrender' offers quirky characters, romance, divas, dog

Forum celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Clackamas Review - Features
Forum celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Sept. 18 event in Clackamas County promotes Latino cultural awareness and education

Oregon City theater preview: 'Queens Girl in the…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City theater preview: 'Queens Girl in the…
Sept. 5-29 at the Osterman Theatre, Lauren Steele plays 13 characters in one-woman show set in civil-rights era

Oregon Impact: Clear communication crucial if…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon Impact: Clear communication crucial if…
'I Love U Guys' Foundation, Janelle Lawrence offer timely school safety, recovery seminar

The heart of the beat

Gresham Outlook - Features
The heart of the beat
Gresham's Camille Denny finds dynamic home for her powerhouse percussion and vocal talents in MarchFourth

Clackamas High School grad works as Navy jet…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas High School grad works as Navy jet…
Josue Encinas, 23, says purpose on aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan is to 'protect freedom'

New Century Players upcoming season shines…

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players upcoming season shines…
First up in Oak Grove theatre is 'Suite Surrender,' a love note to 1940s comedies

Do-si-do with Oaky Doaks, River City Dancers

Clackamas Review - Features
Do-si-do with Oaky Doaks, River City Dancers
Clackamas County square-dance groups offer free lessons to attract new members

Dark Horse CEO brings 'Umbrella Academy' to Netflix

Clackamas Review - Features
Dark Horse CEO brings 'Umbrella Academy' to Netflix
Milwaukie's Mike Richardson named executive producer of 10-part series about seven children with superpowers

FREEZE brings specialty ice cream, granitas to…

Clackamas Review - Features
FREEZE brings specialty ice cream, granitas to…
Food pod cart owner Greg Baartz-Bowman feeds his soul while helping environment

Gresham Library to revel in Indian dance and culture

Gresham Outlook - Features
Gresham Library to revel in Indian dance and culture
Portland's creative laureate Subashani Ganesan, students present multicultural program

Oak Grove Renaissance faire to simulate history

Clackamas Review - Features
Oak Grove Renaissance faire to simulate history
Milwaukie-Portland Elks Lodge to host faire on Aug. 17, 18 to raise money for both Backpack Buddies and Care & Share

Volunteers needed for 12th annual Johnson Creek…

Clackamas Review - Features
Volunteers needed for 12th annual Johnson Creek…
Event includes removing trash from 23 sites in the watershed, raffle and barbecue

Oak Grove resident in county fair's talent search…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oak Grove resident in county fair's talent search…
Two-time previous winner Clarice Jones to perform gospel classic 'Where Could I Go But to the Lord?'

Hundreds gather in Gladstone to fight ovarian cancer

Clackamas Review - Features
Hundreds gather in Gladstone to fight ovarian cancer
Dr. Tanja Pejovic, a researcher at Knight Cancer Institute: New research offers hope to those with the deadly disease

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