Mical & Me Dance Party

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Sunday, July 22, 2018 - 6:30pm
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Micah and Me have been voted one of the top 5 Kindie Performers in Portland, Oregon 2017 & 2018!

Micah and Me is a band made up of three at-home dads who desire to entertain, educate and empower children from 0-7 and families through the power of music. For a few years now, they have had the pleasure of playing HUNDREDS of live shows for children and families all over Oregon and Washington.

They play ukulele, guitar, bass drum and bass guitar while singing and dancing their hearts out! The show is 45-60 minutes depending on the kids’ attention span. Kids and parents engage in guided and free form dancing throughout our show. Often they include parachute play and bubbles in their performances! At the end of the show they offer an instrument petting zoo! They love performing for children and families!

They just released their new album and you can find their music online at iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/micah-and-me-is-here/id1301426952

 

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Learn more about Cascadia Subduction Zone in Coos Bay (KCBY)

 

COOS BAY, Ore. -- The Coos Bay Fire Department and Coos County Emergency Management are offering an opportunity to learn more about the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

The training will be presented at the Coos Bay Fire Department at 450 Elrod Avenue in Coos Bay on June 1, from 6-8 p.m.

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Art exhibit opens OSU150 Sun Grant Festival

Curator Tina Green-Price and the Giustina Gallery staff have successfully matched art exhibits with each of Oregon State University's year-long grant festivals, from space to sea. But this month's Sun Grant Festival proved to be particularly challenging. The festival is focused on more than just the sun, it is about alternative energy sources and the planet, Green-Price says.

 

 

Solar power was an influence for one of the exhibit's more obscure pieces, an acrylic painting, "Dr. Frankenstein's Monster Goes Solar" by Michael Ousley of Langlois, Oregon. The bright red, yellow and orange painting features Frankenstein with an external LED attached to his forehead.

See http://www.gazettetimes.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/visual/art-ex... for more details

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