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Wednesday Evening Film Series at the Historic Elsinore Theatre in #SalemOR: The Adventures of Robin Hood – June 20th

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The Adventures of Robin Hood

(1938; PG; 1 hour, 42 minutes; Action, Adventure, Romance)

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 | 7:00 PM

Elsinore Theatre | 170 High St SE, Salem

When Prince John and the Norman Lords begin oppressing the Saxon masses in King Richard’s absence, a Saxon lord fights back as the outlaw leader of a rebel guerrilla army.

Doors Open at 6:15 PM

Cost is $6.00

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Juneteenth: Afrikan-American Independence Day at #SalemOR Riverfront Park Pavillion – Sat. June 16th

Juneteenth

Afrikan-American Independence Day

A Time to Reflect and Rejoice

Saturday, June 16, 2018 | 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Salem Riverfront Park Pavillion

Co-sponsored by Salem-Keizer NAACP and Coalition of Churches

Celebrate African American Independence Day, which marks the official end to slavery.

This is a community potluck.Organizers will provide drinks, utensils, and main dishes (including a limited number of vegan and halal dishes).Guests please provide the following:Last names beginning with

  • A – I: Side dishes
  • J – Q: desserts
  • R – Z: chips, dips, salads, or fruit

Kid friendly!

#SalemOR Soap Box Derby at Bush Park – Sat. & Sun. June 10th

2018 Annual AASBD Local Championship Soap Box Derby

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Trial Runs: Saturday, June 9, 2018

Bush Park | Mission Street | Salem

Divisions: Stock, Super Stock, Super Kids

Join us this weekend June 9/10 at the lovely Bush’s Pasture Park Soap Box Derby Track for our Annual AASBD Local Championship. The road to a becoming a World Champion starts with the Local Race.

Along with the rest of Region 1, Derby in Salem is really starting to pop! We’ll be running the Super Kids Race on Saturday and both Stock and Super Stock on Sunday. The Champions in each division win the once in a lifetime chance to represent Salem at the FirstEnergy All American Soap Box Derby World Championship in Akron, OH this July. There they will join Local, Regional, and National Champions from around the globe to race off for $36k of college scholarships and the chance of possibly becoming the 8th World Champion from the Salem Club.

For those racing, please arrive at the lower pit area by 8:00 both days. Saturday morning cars will receive final setup, inspection, and weigh in. Plan to catch the Super Kids at 9:00 and cheer on these awesome racers. Following final weigh in, cars will be impounded and stored overnight at the track.

Starting at 5:30 Saturday evening, there will be a Derby Banquet for racers and families at Izzy’s Pizza, 2205 Lancaster Dr NE. Be there or be square.

Sunday morning starting at 8:00 we will set up the track (help appreciated), the cars will be brought out, and final driver weights will be checked. We expect to get a crisp and early start and have a great afternoon of racing. If there are question on any of this, message us here or contact Club President Paul Sadler at (541) 410-0609.

Best of Luck to all the racers this weekend!

Location of Track: Bush Park, Mission St., Salem, OR 97302

Contact Person:

Paul Sadler 541-410-0609

Save the Date! SouthEast #SalemOR Neighborhood Association presents a “Kickoff to Summer Ice Cream Social!” – Sun. June 24th

SAVE THE DATE!

Kickoff to Summer Ice Cream Social!

Sunday, June 24, 2018 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Aldrich Park (next to Bush Elementary School) | Bellevue and 15th ST SE, Salem

SESNA is teaming up with Umpqua Dairy, local musicians, and more to bring you a fun start to summer in 2018!

Join us on Sunday, June 24 at Aldrich Park from 1:00 – 4:00 pm.

We’ll have free ice cream, a do-it-yourself toppings bar, and live music!

More details and more fun: Continue reading

2018 Summer Concert Series in #AlbanyOR Monteith Riverpark

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River Rhythms 2018 Summer Concert Series in Albany, Oregon

Thursdays in July and August | Concerts start at 7:00 PM

Monteith Riverpark | 489 Water Ave NW

River Rhythms Website

#MonmouthOR Music In The Park Series – 2018

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Wednesdays | 6:30 PM

Monmouth Oregon | Main Street Park Amphitheater.

This may be the perfect day to think about warm summer nights and lots of music.

With that thought in mind, here’s the 2018 Music In The Park Series lineup.

  • July 11 – Ben Rice Blues Band – Blues
  • July 18 – Wanderband – Rock
  • July 25 – Salem Big Band – Jazz
  • August 1 – Deadstring Family Band – Country
  • August 8 – Boka Marimba – Zimbabwean Marimba
  • August 15 – Orquestra Pacifico Tropical – South American Cumbia
  • August 22 – Coming Up Threes – Celtic
  • August 29 – Cedar Teeth – Rock

Beer wine, and food will be available.

Please leave your pets at home.

See you this summer!

#SalemOR Concert Band presents: Triumph of the Spirit at Historic Elsinore Theatre – Sun. May 20th

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Salem Concert Band will present

Triumph of the Spirit

May 20, 2018 | 3:00 PM

Historic Elsinore Theatre | 170 High St SE, Salem

The concert will feature the U.S. premiere of the Austrian film 1805, A Town’s Tale.

The band will perform the musical score by Otto M. Schwarz live at the concert.

The film is a touching story of friendship, determination and everlasting love in the time of Napoleon’s crusade against the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 1805, A Town’s Tale tells the story of Phillipe, a young officer in the Napoleonic Army, and Mina, his love who lives in the city of Krems, which is in the path of the Army. This moving story chronicles how the town survives the threat of devastation by the approaching army.

The concert will begin with Finest Hour by Stephen Melillo. The work is a stirring tribute to Winston Churchill and his courage and leadership in the face of Nazi aggression in World War II. Otto M. Schwarz wrote The Story of Anne Frank as a testament to her powerful history and to help insure that her story is not forgotten. John Williams won Oscar honors for Best Original Music Score for his music for the 1993 film Schindler’s List. The film told the story of Arthur Schindler and his efforts to help hundreds of Jews survive the Holocaust. The music is a poignant reminder of those who perished and the courage of those who survived. The final selection on the program is La Mezquita de Cordoba by Julie Giroux, which honors the history of this religious center that traces back to 169 BC, when the Romans founded Cordoba, Spain. Muslims, Christians and Jews have practiced their respective faiths in peace within its walls. The work is a celebration of its multi-cultural, religious, and artistic accomplishments.

Caius Oprea will be the guest violin soloist with the band. He is featured on three of the selections in the program; 1805, A Town’s Tale, The Story of Anne Frank and the Theme from Schindler’s List. Caius was born in Romania. He studied at Julliard and Portland State University. He was concertmaster of the National Symphony Orchestra of South Africa, the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jena Philharmonie as well as the Hanover State Opera in Germany. Currently he is concertmaster of the Festival Chorale Orchestra. The band is comprised of about 55 woodwind, brass, string and percussion players.

This concert will conclude the Salem Concert Band’s 43rd season. The band has been entertaining Salem audiences since 1975. They perform an annual concert of popular music in the picturesque setting at the Youngberg Hill Vineyard each August. Their regular season includes four concerts featuring exciting new and established works for band. They also organize and sponsor the annual Salem Tuba Holiday concert on Christmas Eve at the Elsinore Theatre. Band members volunteer their time and pay dues to support the expenses of the ensemble. Salem Concert Band is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. This concert is made possible, in part, by funding from the Marion County Cultural Corporation.

All tickets for the concert are sold as reserved seats.

Tickets are available at the Elsinore Office or online through TicketsWest.com.

Adult tickets are $20. Kindergarten through college students $10 and Premium Mezzanine seating $30.