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Location: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall 1037 SW Broadway Drive Portland, OR. | Start: 4/4/2020 7:30:00 PM End:
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The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University is pleased to present “Custom Made Imperatives: Watercolors by Carol Hausser,” opening August 24 and continuing through December 1 in the Study Gallery and Print Study Center. Organized by director John Olbrantz in collaboration with the artist, the exhibition features a range of Hausser’s abstract watercolors from the past 35 years. Works have been drawn from public and private collections throughout the region, including Chemeketa Community College and the Hallie Ford Museum of Art. Director John Olbrantz says, “Hausser is an immensely talented Salem watercolor painter who has taken watercolor painting to new heights of sophistication and virtuosity.” SPECIAL EVENTS Museum visitors are invited to join the artist for complimentary guided gallery talks at 12:30 p.m on Tuesday August 27, and September 10.

Location: Hallie Ford Museum of Art 700 State St. Salem, OR. | Start: 11/13/2019 12:00:00 AM End:
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Location: St Johns Park 8427 North Central Street Portland, OR. | Start: 12/30/2019 12:00:00 AM End: 1/3/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Ehud Asherie returns to Jaqua Concert Hall with an evening of the timeless George Gershwin. Pieces on the program will feature Gershwin's Three Preludes (1926), and a fine selection from his popular compositions, including "Swanee", "Lady Be Good", "By Strauss", "Somebody Loves Me", "Rialto Ripples", "Let's Call The Whole Thing Off", "Isn't It A Pity", "Summertime", "I Got Rhythm", "That Certain Feeling", "Sweet And Lowdown", and "Fascinating Rhythm".

Location: The Shed Institute 285 E Broadway Eugene, OR. | Start: 2/12/2020 7:30:00 PM End: 2/12/2020 9:00:00 PM
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Cold Songs | Warm Songs: A New Winter Tradition How does one reconcile a desire for a familiar holiday ritual, rooted in beauty, inspiration, and joy, and the longing for a more inclusive, multicultural, and secular experience? Many fans of concert music rave about the Lessons and Carols tradition from the Anglican church, a beautiful ritual of candlelight, songs, readings, and communal singing. For this holiday season, Big Mouth Society is offering a multilingual and cross-cultural version of this beautiful tradition. There will be inspirational readings (in many tongues) about love, nature, compassion, and the environment, interspersed with beautiful music from around the world, familiar music for all to sing aloud, and the chance to meditate and renew our spirits by candlelight. The audience will be treated to a Rukai (Aboriginal Taiwanese) folk song, a Brazilian folk song, an African-American spiritual, Civil War-era music, new music from local and international composers, and historical music by unconventional geniuses. Three pieces will be Pacific Northwest premieres. Our incredibly diverse group of musicians will share their favorite poetry and prose in Chinese, Portuguese, Danish, Turkish, Spanish and English. With thrilling music, reflective words, and thoughtful visual accompaniment, Big Mouth musicians promise to take the audience on an unforgettable journey of beauty and peace.

Location: Cloudability 334 Northwest 11th Avenue Portland, OR. | Start: 11/16/2019 7:30:00 PM End:
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The grand opening of our new condominium community happens Saturday, November 16th from 12 to 4pm. Enjoy Coffee and Pumpkin Cheesecake provided by the Cheesecake Factory, plus enter to win a $500 gift card.  Cornerstone at Washington Square feature beautiful new condominiums in Tigard, close to amazing shopping at Washington Square Mall and is just 15 minutes from downtown Portland. More info available at https://www.lennar.com/new-homes/oregon/portland/tigard/cornerstone-at-washington-square

Location: Lennar at Cornerstone at Washington Square 8879 Southwest Elena Lane Beaverton, OR. | Start: 11/16/2019 12:00:00 PM End:
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Black mole is one of the signature dishes of the Oaxacan region of Mexico. See how to make this complex and flavorful sauce from scratch with chiles, herbs, spices, peanuts and some surprise ingredients – Mexican chocolate and raisins. We’ll show you how it all comes together.

Location: Basics Market - Sandy 5035 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR. | Start: 11/16/2019 12:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Wonder Ballroom 128 NE Russel Street Portland, OR. | Start: 3/10/2020 8:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Portland, Oregon, United States Portland, Oregon, United States Portland, OR. | Start: 2/5/2020 12:00:00 AM End: 2/7/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Course Description: Do you want to improve the performance of your IT Management organization? Is the business dissatisfied with your services? Do your team members need an energy boost? Could your way of work be improved?  Improvement initiatives often fail because people bite off more than they can chew. During a workshop they identify various improvement initiatives and genuinely want to tackle them, but then get bogged down in their day job. Their initial enthusiasm turns sour, with people feeling guilty that they haven’t been able to perform as expected, or blaming their managers for getting them into this mess. No wonder that future improvement initiatives are regarded with some “there we go again” cynicism. The ‘choose your own battles’ approach avoids this major pitfall by only selecting initiatives that the participants consider really worthwhile, and honestly assessing both their practical capabilities to execute and the possibilities and limitations of the organizational ecosystem.  Course Topics: Kick-off and introduction ●     Kick-off by client to set the scene ●     Introduction by each participant, with background, expectations, issues and mottos Presentation of frame of reference for the clients’ specific IT services ●     Presentation of the ‘big IT picture’ model as a frame of reference ●     Interactive creation of a high-level Assesment of the IT function, based on the big IT picture model ●     Presentation of a ‘framework of frameworks’, to position many common industry Practices ●     High-level presentation of some relevant frameworks or standards that may be useful when discussing the quick scan results ●     Presentation about how to ‘implement’ frameworks effectively ●     Presentation of the IT value circle on which the quick scan is based Discussion of similarities and differences in quick scan findings ●     Presentation of compiled quick scan results ●     Discussion of high-level similarities and differences ●     Presentation of a way to assess the value of potential improvement items Identification and qualification of potential improvement items ●     Discussion about each quick scan item and identification of potential improvement items, including provisional ranking of value, resulting in a list of potential improvement items Ranking of potential improvement items ●     Discussion about the relative value of each potential improvement item, resulting in an updated list with value scores Assesment of feasibility of improvement items and division of items into quick wins and longer term improvement areas ●     Presentation of Covey’s Circles as a way of identifying which improvements are feasible and which are a ‘mission impossible’ ●     Discussion about the feasibility of each potential improvement item, resulting in an updated list with feasibility scores Identification of ‘improvement ambassadors’ ●     Enlistment of volunteers to undertake improvements Provisional planning of improvement activities ●     Provisional planning of the quick wins and high priority potential improvement items ●     Discussion about how to keep the improvement wheel turning  Learning Goals: ●     Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their understanding of: ●     How to assess the ‘health’ of their current way of working ●     How to identify specific improvement items that are worth improving ●     How to assess the feasibility of successfully executing these improvement items  Course Agenda: Pre-Course ●     Each participant fills in the quick scan Assesment and returns this to the facilitator 1 week before the first session First day ●     Kick-off and introduction ●     Presentation of frame of reference for the client’s specific IT services ●     Discussion of similarities and differences in quick scan findings ●     Identification and qualification of potential improvement items Intermediate days ●     Identification and qualification of more potential improvement items Last day ●     Ranking of potential improvement items ●     Assesment of feasibility of improvement items and division of items into quick wins and longer term improvement areas ●     Identification of ‘improvement ambassadors’ ●     Provisional planning of improvement activities  Who can Attend? This workshop is for heads of IT Management departments who are struggling with their Application Management and/or IT Service Management services. Their concerns might be caused by problems with relationships with their business and IT partners, Processes, staff knowledge/skills/motivation, tools etc. The issues could be strategic, managerial or operational.  The workshop participants are the head of the department plus (a selection of) his or her co-workers, up to a recommended maximum of 15 per workshop, which could be stretched to 20 participants. Larger departments would be spread across multiple workshops

Location: Regus Portland 111 Southwest 5th Avenue Portland, OR. | Start: 12/2/2019 9:00:00 AM End:
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