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Notice to local Artists and Vendors! Englewood Forest Festival in #SalemOR – August

Englewood Forest Festival

Englewood Forest Festival unfolds in the next season but local artists and small business vendors can apply now to be part of the second annual event that takes place Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

The festival takes place in the 7-acre Englewood Park, the city’s oldest park at 1260 19th St. NE in Salem, and the remnant of a forest that once blanketed the area.

The festival is meant to celebrate the talents in the Northeast neighborhood, build community and educate people about the local environment.

The festival is open to all artists and craftspeople producing original, handcrafted work as well as small businesses in Northeast Salem.

 

Up to 60 artists will be chosen to exhibit at the 2018 event. The criteria for acceptance include artistic merit (craftsmanship, design, vision, creativity, presentation and originality).

The first priority is artists from Northeast Salem.

Artists from outside the Northeast Salem will be considered for acceptance beginning June 1 but may submit their applications earlier.

Two artists may share a booth; however, both individuals must submit separate applications and fees. Artists and vendors must staff their booth for the duration of the festival.

The application for artists is online at http://englewoodforestfestival.com/ and can also be picked up locally at 2010 Nebraska St NE in Salem.

Artists under the age of 18 do not pay a fee. Artists pay a $50 fee and keep all proceeds. 

Festival organizers are excited to give a prize this year for an original poster. To learn more and submit an entry go to http://englewoodforestfestival.com/poster-contest.

The Englewood Forest Festival is sponsored by Northeast Neighbors (NEN), N2 Community Partnership Team and the City of Salem.

For more details on the festival go to http://englewoodforestfestival.com.

Contact:
Lynn Takata
503-970-1319

englewoodforestfestival@gmail.com

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Music: Small Ensembles Spring Celebration Concert at Willamette U. In #SalemOR – Thurs. April 26th

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Small Ensembles Spring Celebration Concert

Thursday, April 26, 2018 | 7:30 PM

Willamette University | Rogers Music Center | Hudson Concert Hall

This spring’s Small Ensembles Celebration will feature three ensembles: The Willamette String Quartet performing Edvard Grieg’s Quartet in D Minor, Five Reeds and a Flute (woodwind Quartet), performing a quartet by Eugene Bozza, and a new collaboration between students and faculty performing Franz Schubert’s Quintet in A Major for Piano and Strings based on his Lied, “Die Forelle” (The Trout).

Admission is free and without ticket.

Donations will go toward summer study of Willamette University music students.

More information at Willamette Events page

Willamette University Campus
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900 State Street
Salem 97301
Phone: (503) 370-6255

Contact Information
Diane P Trevett-Sedoruk
dtrevett@willamette.edu
(503) 370-6255

Concert: Willamette Jazz Ensembles presents “Road to Reno” at Willamette U. In #SalemOR – Tues. April 24th

Willamette University presents the Willamette Jazz Collective and Jazz Ensembles:

Road to Reno

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 7:30 PM

Willamette University Campus | Waller Hall | Cone Chapel

Join the Willamette Jazz Collective this Tuesday, April 24, 2018, for an evening of new music for large and small jazz ensembles.

The concert begins with short sets by two of our accomplished small jazz groups, and concludes with the WJC presenting their festival set plus a few additional treats.

The jazz ensembles are sounding fantastic and look forward to sharing their music with the thousands of musicians and attendees of the 56th annual Reno Jazz Festival in Reno, Nevada, April 27-28, 2018. Come on down to Cone Chapel at 7:30 pm!

Admission is Free. No ticket required.

For further information contact the Willamette University Music Department at 503-370-6255, music-info@willamette.edu.

Willamette University Campus – Waller Hall – Cone Chapel  (View Map)
900 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503-370-6300

Contact Information:
Diane P Trevett-Sedoruk
Phone: (503) 370-6255
Email: dtrevett@willamette.edu

Opening Reception at High St. Gallery in #SalemOR: No Where Now Here Exhibition – April 27th – June 16th

Please join us the at High St. Gallery for the Opening Reception for

A Two-Person Exhibition:

No Where Now Here

With work by Tom Cramer & Michael Hernandez

Friday, April 27th, 2018 | 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

LOCATION:
700 High St. NE Suite 180 Salem, OR 97301

Gallery entrance is located at the back of the building.

INFORMATION:
Facebook: @HighStGallery

www.TheBruinCo.com

Always Free • Open to Public • Family Friendly

The Bruin Co. +

High St. Gallery
700 High St. NE Suite 180
Salem, Oregon 97301

www.TheBruinCo.com

503-793-4504

Muslim Cultural Event at Willamette U. In #SalemOR – Wed. April 25th

Muslim Cultural Event

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM

Willamette University | Putnam U. Center | Cat Cavern

Are you interested in learning more about Muslim Culture?

Join us for music, cultural presentations, and FREE Middle Eastern food!

All of the WU community is welcome!

Free! Come early so you don’t miss anything!

Willamette University Campus – Putnam University Center – Cat Cavern
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900 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503-370-6300

Contact Information
Language in Motion
limprogram@willamette.edu
503-370-6463

Event Sponsor(s):
Language in Motion through Community Service Learning Office of International Education
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PSA: First Continuous Improvement Advisory Committee meeting set for April 24 in #SalemOR

Continuous Improvement Advisory Committee

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 1:00 PM

ODOT Headquarters | 355 Capitol Street NE, Salem | Gail L. Achterman Room

Agenda items include key performance measures, pavement management strategic business plan and audits.

Created by the Oregon Legislature as part of House Bill 2017, the Continuous Improvement Advisory Committee advises the Oregon Transportation Commission on ways to improve the Oregon Department of Transportation.

The committee consists of 10 members, including Oregon Transportation Commissioners, members of the public and ODOT employees. Among other responsibilities, the committee will help develop key performance measures and review projects over $50 million. Committee recommendations and progress will be reported regularly to the Oregon Legislature.

The public is invited to attend, and materials can be provided in alternate formats.

If you need accommodations to attend the meeting, please call 503-986-3939 or statewide relay at 711 at least 48 hours before the meeting. Accessible parking is located along Capitol Street, adjacent to the Transportation Building’s east side entrance.

For more information: Shelley M. Snow, Communications, 503-881-5362

Continuous Improvement Advisory Committee Webpage

“Art of Science/Science of Art Exhibit” at Willamettte U. In #SalemOR – Wed. April 18th

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Art of Science/Science of Art Exhibit

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Willamette University | Olin Science Center (Winter Street, just south of State St)

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