Our Amazing Faye’s bday is on Thursday, July 17! Let’s do something at the June 16th Local Love to celebrate her awesomeness! (Note: It is also Cody’s b-day–she is getting bday stuff for him that night but doesn’t know we also want to do something for her. Shhhhh)
3 one act plays will be performed Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm on July 11 and 12. Marci Maullar is directing alum Penny Cullers and others in Christopher Durang’s “Sister Mary Ignatious Explains it all for You”. call 537-4420 for tickets or buy at the door.
DO ASK!! DO TELL!!! Let’s celebrate this new era in American military!! Theme = GAYtriotic!
Calling all G.I. Joes & Janes!!! Ditch the civvies and break out your dress blues! Everyone looks good in camo, if you can find them;) YES SIR!!
Click Join and Invite your cute gay friends! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
DJ Coco will be back to play us some rad tunes!!! There will also be an outside DJ in the outside beer garden area!
This is a 21+ event.
While this event is centered around the queer community, everyone is welcome!
We love our Allies!!!
-BRINGING COMMUNITY TOGETHER-
The 7th Annual Central Oregon musical mainstay is almost here! 2 days/nights of absolute awesomeness!!! Over 25 bands, food, art, festivities, swimming and more.
Gates open at 4pm on Friday all day Saturday. This an all ages family friendly event! Only $20 for a weekend pass, kids 6 and under are FREE!!! Camping is included with admission, RV spaces are first come, first serve.
Get your tickets at Big T’s or from any of the AMAZING bands playing this year!!!!!!!!
BAND/ARTIST LINEUPS BY DAY
The Allan Byer Project
Past County Line
Matt Borden and the MFB
Stuck on Nothing
Pluto the Planet
Tuck and Roll
High Desert Hooligans
Burn the Stage
Wache the Dead
Come and out support these two local heavies of whom you just don’t get to see that often these days.
Cosmo says of this show “Of the fifteen ways to do your brows while taking selfies, driving and adding the caloric content of a tall fat skinny double from douche bros, Tourist and Wobblies shows came in at the top two spots!”
Celebrate Independence Day Weekend at FireWorks!
Friday 6-8pm, Bo Bestvina, Instrumental Soundscapes
Saturday 7-9pm, Lavinia Ross, Americana Folk
Sunday 7-9pm, David Rogers, Classical Guitar
We are open normal hours throughout the weekend, 4-9pm. Reservations advised, call 541-754-6958
A masquerade/Halloween themed event hosted by the strange and cooky couple you’ve all come to know and love (some through great peril and against better judgement). Guests will be accommodated with unique and only slightly harmful entertainment, including karaoke and alcoholic beverages. Have no concern regarding underaged attendees, they will be highly enthused with such modern devices as “Nintendo Wii” and “outdoor playgrounds”. Join in the glory that will by our matrimony, fun for all, all for fun!
We would like to cordially invite you to the Fllint Hills Discovery Center Saturday July 5th 12:30-3:30 to hear the Tallgrass Express String Band to play from their new cd Sky & Water, Wind & Grass”. They will be on hand to chat with you and and sign cd’s that can be purchased from our gift store.
Members of DIAVOLO are dancers, gymnasts, actors, athletes and above all: teammates. Under the guidance of Artistic Director Jacques Heim, they collaboratively develop work on oversized surrealistic sets and everyday structures. Heim’s childhood struggles and his journeys as a French-Jewish man have shaped his thematic choices within the urban landscapes. Themes of isolation, fear, destiny, survival, faith, modernization, destination and danger help to illustrate the effect of our surroundings on our daily lives.
The structural elements and surrealistic set pieces of DIAVOLO create a sense of daring through dramatic movement that juxtaposes human fragility and survival. By working together with the elements of danger created by architectural environments, DIAVOLO expresses the challenges of relationships, the absurdities of life and the struggle to maintain our humanity in the shadow of an increasingly technological world.
“Fluid Infinities” is set on an abstract dome structure sitting on a reflection of itself. The performers explore metaphors of infinite space, continuous movement, and our voyage into the unknown future. The dome’s organic patterns evoke the craters of the moon, a honeycomb of bees, a shifting brain, or an undiscovered starship. As the trilogy concludes, Fluid Infinities investigates the persistence of life through struggle and the promise of life to change beyond the space of time.
“Transit Space” explores feeling lost, finding a sense of purpose and coming together with others. Influenced by the documentary film, “Dogtown and Z-Boys,” the piece uses skateboard ramps as set pieces to create an urban environment with constantly shifting emotional and physical spaces.
Season tickets on sale June 9. Single tickets on sale July 27.