Wednesday Community Calendar 2009 October 14
Greetings Cascadia! This is Crystal, in for Steve with the KBOO Community Calendar for Wednesday, October Fourteenth, 2009.
The Portland Latin American Film Festival returns for its third year with a diverse mix of shorts, fiction film and documentaries. This year's festival takes place at the NW Film Center and Regal Cinema's Broadway Metro 4 starting today until the 19th.
Tonight's screening is at 6.30pm: an Argentinean fiction film, A Boyfriend for my Wife. There is a reception after the screening at West Cafe on SW Jefferson&12th. To learn about other screenings and the festival in general, visit www DOT p-d-x-l-a-f-f DOT com or call 503-988-6838 (or 503-245-8020)
At 8pm at The Blue Monk,The Brothers of the Baladi return to Portland for a night of high-energy Middle Eastern World Music, which will feature music from the Grammy nominated CD, Just Do What’s Right
The Brothers of the Baladi are participating in the 8th Annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days, a global network of events to promote peace and understanding through the language of music in a united stand against the culture of violence. Thousands of musicians have joined this expanding network of concerts to honor the legacy of Daniel Pearl, a musician and Wall Street Journal Reporter who was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Pakistan shortly after 9/11. Visit thebluemonk DOT com or call 503-595-0575
(3341 SE Belmont, Portland, OR)
Tonight is the Sideshow Speakeasy by the Wanderlust Circus, a multimedia vaudeville troupe, at Dante's featuring The Mighty Mighty Acrobats, Curt Carlyle, Sadie LaGuerre, Juan Prophet Organization and Jane Power. The Wanderlust Circus is planning many other October events. Find out more at their MySpace page Wanderlustcircus.
Today is the last day to apply for the Community Working Group of the SE 122nd Avenue Pilot Study, conducted by The City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability. This Portland Plan pilot study explores opportunities to create a more healthy, sustainable, and viable “20-minute neighborhood” along SE 122nd Avenue.
The project, currently underway, is forming a Community Working Group (CWG) composed of representatives of affected neighborhood and business associations, representatives of the diverse interests in the community, and other at-large members. The CWG is expected to meet up to once a month to share information, act as liaisons to other community interests, and serve as a sounding board for project staff as the study proceeds.
Recruitment for the CWG began in July 2009 - the deadline for applications has been extended to October 15, 2009. The application is available on the portlandonline DOT com web site. Please contact project staff Barry Manning or Julia Gisler for more information or with questions at 503-823-7700 ( email@example.com.Web link: www.portlandonline.com/bps/se122study. )
For more infomation on this and other events from the KBOO Community Calendar, contact the KBOO receptionist at 503/231.8032 or come down to the station at 20 SE 8th. The calendar is also on our website at kboo DOT fm SLASH community calendar.
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