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Estacada Together
PO Box 547
Estacada, Oregon 97023
(503) 637-3740


Saturday, December 3, 2011
7:00 p.m.
Estacada Auditorium
at the Junior High School, 500 NE Main Street
Admission is FREE.
For more information or questions, please call 503-630-4427

This concert is supported in part by Estacada DEFY 
(Drug Free Estacada Families and Youth, www.estacadaDEFY.org)
Thank you to Reliance Connects, City of Estacada & Portland General Electric

For more information about the 234th, please visit  www.234tharmyband.com.

Sounds of the Season
A Collection of Holiday Classics
by Oregon’s Own 234th Army Band


Photo by Paul D. Rushing
Hand2Mouth Theatre’s 

My Mind is Like an Open Meadow

Friday, Jan. 20, 7:00 pm
Estacada Auditorium at the Jr. High

Tickets: $10 general, $7 Students/Seniors, $25 Families

Erin Leddy's solo performance is a moving mosaic about family, memory and aging inspired by the year Leddy spent recording her actress grandmother's memoirs. Original songs, dance breaks and illuminated scenery blend to support this stand-out performance.

www.hand2mouththeatre.org
REBECCA KILGORE
 with Tom Wakeling & Steve Christofferson

Opening Act: 
CCC's Mainstream Vocal Jazz Ensemble

Saturday, Feb. 11, 7:00 pm
Estacada Auditorium at the Jr. High
Tickets: $10 general, $7 Students/Seniors, $25 Families
Purchase tickets online below

Vocalist Rebecca Kilgore is one of America's leading
 song stylists who finds particular delight in 
preserving and interpreting the music 
of the Great American Songbook. 

She will be appearing with Tom Wakeling on bass and 
Steve Christofferson on piano. 

The evening opens with Clackamas Community College's
 Mainstream Vocal Jazz Ensemble, 15 vocalists accompanied by
 piano, bass, drums and guitar. Directed by Lonnie Cline.

​For more information on these performers:
www.rebeccakilgore.com
www.stevechristofferson.com
www.tomwakeling.com

Rebecca Kilgore
Tom Wakeling
Steve Christofferson
Friday, April 13, 2012 
7:00 p.m.
 Estacada Auditorium at the Jr. High

Mark your calendars now! 
Don't miss this amazing show!

Ticket prices:  $10 General Admission, $7 Students/Seniors, 
and $25 Families

www.portlandtaiko.org
Thank you to our wonderful sponsor and grantor, RACC.
"SPILL"
By Reeva Wortel and 
Leigh Fondakowski

A new play and visual installation inspired by the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. 
Presented by Estacada Together
Saturday, May 18, 7 pm;
 Estacada Auditorium;
$5, $7, $20
Artist Reception, Friday, May 17, 
7 pm; 
in the Flora Room of the Estacada Public Library.

Estacada's own Reeva Wortel created this piece in collaboration with Leigh Fondakowski, an Emmy-nominated filmmaker. The show documents the "thought-provoking, nuanced 
drama about the dramatic explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon, the tragic death of eleven men, 
and the devastating spill
 that followed."

Due to strong adult language, 
this show is recommended for 
Jr. High ages and older.
Estacada Together presents...

The Ellen Whyte Trio 
performing a
"Season of Peace" 
Family Holiday Concert  

Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013
2:00 pm  
Estacada Auditorium  
Seating will start at 1:30

Tickets are available online here.
Ticket prices are $7 for adults, $5 for students and seniors, and $20 per family.
Children 5 and under are FREE.








Ms. Whyte, Gene Houck and Jean Pierre Garau will showcase tunes from their Christmas “Season of Peace” CD with holiday favorites and traditional holiday selections for everyone to join in singing.  

Ellen has performed professionally for 30 years, and she has three critically acclaimed albums in addition to her latest CD. She has been captivated by music since she was a child growing up in Fort Lauderdale Florida. Leaving the humidity and the taffeta dresses of her accordion marching band behind, Ellen branched out to blue grass, gospel, rock, blues and jazz. 

Get Rhythm
 a Johnny Cash Tribute Band
Even seasoned musicians have a hard time telling singer Bryan Wiese's voice apart from the original...just a bit eery to listen to this straight up, faithful to the MAN band play the great tunes from Johnny Cash. Local students will be amazed to recognize one of their teachers on the stage. 
Come join us for this awesome event to help get some funds to make some repairs to our well loved auditorium.
Friday, May 15th at 7 PM