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Brian Harrison presents

'A Bootlegger's Son' at Lakewood

Composer Brian Harrison will present "A Bootlegger's Son," an American folk rock story of family and alcohol in early Oregon, at the Lakewood Center for the Arts Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. The musical project is a mixed media walk through time.

Coupled with emotive imagery the songs evoke many moods telling the story of Oregon's wild past through the eyes of two children, emigrating from Europe to Portland with their parents. The children endure "unthinkable events and struggle to overcome the darkness of greed, alcohol, abuse and must save their grandfather's fortune."

"A Bootlegger's Son" coalesced from a merge of Harrison's interest in Oregon history and his folk-rock sensibilities. His classical training in piano and guitar shines in the compositions, strengthened by his extensive and diverse background as a multi-genre artist.

Tickets are $30 purchased in advance at lakewood-center.org and $35 at the door.

Artist Cheney-Patt exhibiting

at Newberg, Silverton

Sandy artist Leslie Cheney-Parr is exhibiting her watercolors, acrylics and drawings at a number of venues during the month of September. She will make a presentation at 10 a.m. Sept. 14 at Friendsview Retirement Center Lobby Retrospective, 1301 Fulton St. in Newberg; the exhibit continues through November.

Her art will also be exhibited at the Silver Falls Library in Silverton through September and opens Oct. 6 at the Elsinor Gallery in Salem as part of the Watercolor Society of Oregon exhibit, running through Dec. 16.

Learn more online at cheneyparr.com.

Who's on Third concerts open 13th season

The 13th season of the Who's on Third community concerts series opens with a concert of piano and organ duets performed by Ruth Yerden and Jean Stapleton at 3 p.m. Sept. 16 at Woodburn United Methodist Church, 700 N. Cascade Drive, Woodburn. The women are sisters who perform individually and together. A free-will offering will be taken to support the concert series.

Muscles in Motion invites all to National Women's Health & Fitness Day

Muscles in Motion will present the Biggest Health Fair in Lake Oswego Sept. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. as part of the National Women's Health & Fitness Day. The event includes personal training workouts, health assessments, samples of food and wine, prizes and grab bags. The event is free and open to all. Call 503-699-6948 for details. Muscles in Motion is located at 17427 Boones Ferry Road suite 300 in Lake Oswego.

Historic Home Tour set for Oct. 7

Oswego Heritage Council will host its annual Historic Home Tour Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $35 for members and $45 for non-members. They can be purchased online at oswegoheritage.org or at the Heritage House and Museum, located at 398 10th St. in Lake Oswego.

— The Review, Tidings

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