Enjoy Danish Smorrebrod dinner at Nordic Northwest
All are invited to attend a night of education and food prepared by visiting Danish culinary and hospitality students from Denmark's College 360 May 25 starting at 7 p.m. at Nordic Northwest, 8800 SW Oleson Road in Portland. The students will prepare a selection of smorrebrod (open faced sandwiches) with the help of students from Bend's Cascade Culinary Institute. The sandwiches will be made using local Oregon ingredients.
The sandwiches will be paired with wines from Oregon's Patton Valley Vineyards and Ridgecrest Vineyards, whose wines are exported to Denmark, plus cocktails created by Broder staff using Krogstad aquavit.
A presentation about the tradition of smorrebrod in Denmark will be part of the entertainment.
Tickets are $50 for Nordic Northwest members and $65 for non-members.
To register visit nordicnorthwest.org or call 503-977-0275.
Heart 2 Heart benefit concert set for June 2
A benefit concert will be held June 2 at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom in Portland for Louis "King Louie" Pain, an Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee who suffered a massive heart attack March 22 with performing at a Portland event. He and his wife Tracy have taken a major financial hit as a result. Fellow musicians have organized Heart 2 Heart, a benefit concert to help the Pains and the Caring Ambassadors Program (CAP).
The concert features the likes of Curtis Salgado, Mel Brown, Dan Faehnle, Jimi Bott and many more. Tickets are $15 in advance online at etix.com or $20 at the door.
Doors open at 2 p.m., the show runs from 3 to 7 p.m. for this 21+ over event.
CAP provides information, tools and resources to help those with any chronic health condition to manage their health care after a diagnosis and improve quality of life and capacity for healing. CAP has been providing free hepatitis C and other health screenings at the Waterfront Blues Festival for 13 years.
Proceeds from the concert will be split equally among the Pains and CAP.
Poets, artists invited to submit art for
Clackamas County Arts Alliance is producing a calendar to feature the work of Clackamas County creatives. The work of 12 writers and artists will be selected for the inaugural calendar, being prepared for purchase this fall. Proceeds will benefit the CCAA. Deadline for submission is June 15. Submissions must be included with a $5 reading fee (free for donors of $50 or more to CCAA). Writers and artists must live in Clackamas County.
Poets can submit up to three poems no longer than 30 lines, submitted as a single word document.
Artists can upload up to three images of original artwork as a high-quality (300 ppi) jpg or tiff file that is at least 8.75-inches and square or vertical in format.
Artists of work selected will be paid with one copy of the calendar; creative credit will be given.
For more information call 503-655-0525
— The Review, Tidings
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