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Review January 2013 • Scholls Valley Lodge • Quail Run Creamery • Lace and Lead • Westside Kids • Events Calendar


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Editor: Cindy Dauer Phone: (503) 716-8551 On the Cover: Scholls Valley Lodge Photo by Tucker Beasley www.tuckerpdx.com

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CONTENTS Scholls Valley Lodge

A luxurious bed and breakfast and exclusive event space in Washington County worth visiting.

Quail Run Creamery

In the foothills of the Coast Range near Gaston, a local family raises a unique breed of goat and makes fresh goat cheese.

Member of the following Chambers of Commerce:

Lace and Lead

A country music duo with roots in Gales Creek and the Willamette Valley plays a show on the Westside this month.

Read full issues, browse an expanded calendar, and get updates online!

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Comedy Night Comedians and fans of comedy will soon have something to laugh about with the beginning of a new monthly comedy event on the Westside. Open Mic Comedy Night will start at 8 p.m on Saturday January 12 at Primrose and Tumbleweeds in Downtown Hillsboro. Comedians can sign up to perform and the event is free to attend. www.primroseandtumbleweeds.com

‘Tree for All’ Events Did you know about the effort to plant 2 million trees in the Tualatin River Watershed by 2025? You can lend your hand and participate at one of several planting events taking place in Washington County this month. Each event is different so check for details. All volunteers are encouraged to wear boots and bring work gloves to wetland sites that may be muddy. These family-friendly events will continue through spring. www.cleanwaterservices.org “Tree for All” Event Calendar for January 2013 Date: Saturday January 5 Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Place: Durham City Park Host: Friends of Trees

Date: Monday January 21 Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Place: Atfalati Park Host: City of Tualatin

Date: Saturday January 12 Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Place: Barrows Meadow Host: Friends of Trees

Date: Saturday January 26 Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Place: Cedar Mill Wetland Host: Wetlands Conservancy

create art sale @ sequoia gallery Artists can spend a fortune on new supplies. Or, they can seek out good deals on surplus and used supplies at the “Create Art Sale” happening this month in Hillsboro. Restock on new and gently used paint, canvases, brushes, frames, clay, fabric, scrapbook-

ing supplies, and more. The one-day sale goes on for a limited time only from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday January 19 at Sequoia Gallery + Studios in Downtown Hillsboro. www.sequoiagallerystudios.org

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An eclectic sommelier-owned bottle shop and wine bar in Downtown Forest Grove

Wine Tasting every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Main Street & Pacific Ave Forest Grove, Oregon www.friendlyvine.com (503) 359-1967

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Reliving History Author Cheryl Maloney

Simple Steps It is the traditional time of year for self-evaluation and renewal. To help you find a new direction for 2013, life coach and radio talk show host Cheryl Maloney will share her philosophy of

positivity along with simple ways to make significant changes in your life. Maloney will give a free talk at 1:30 p.m. on Friday January 4 at Cornell Estates in Hillsboro. www.cornell-estates.com

Steve Holgate as Lincoln

History comes to life this month as historical re-enactors take on the personas of former President Abraham Lincoln and Portland figure Mrs. Georgiana Pittock this month. Steve Holgate portrays Lincoln at 7 p.m. on Tuesday January 8 at the Beaverton History Center on Broadway Street. The performance is free but donations are encouraged. Mary Hutchens brings Pittock to life at 7 p.m. on Tuesday January 8 at the Forest Grove Public Library as part of the Friends Cultural Series. This event is free.

Cheaper by the Dozen

Beth Self and Donald Cleland star as Mrs. and Mr. Gilbreth in ‘Cheaper by the Dozen’

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STAGES Performing Arts Youth Academy presents “Cheaper by the Dozen” at HART in downtown Hillsboro. “Cheaper by the Dozen” is the tale of the Gilbreth family during the 1920s. Patriarch Frank Gilbreth Sr. and wife Lillian, efficiency and motion experts of the time, used their large brood to test their time-saving ideas, often with comical results. Join the adventures of this close-knit family, as grown-up Frank Jr. and Ernestine fondly recall how their father inspired their strong work ethic, while also trying to keep the roaring twenties from creating uproar in his methodically managed household. The production, directed by William Crawford, is based on the

original book Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. Come out and enjoy performances by a dozen, and then some, young actors, Parker the pup as the family dog, and Donald Cleland and Beth Self as Frank Sr. and Lillian. The show runs the first three weekends in January with evening performances Friday and Saturday; January 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th at 8:00 p.m, and Sunday matinees; January 6th, 13th, and 20th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at the HART Theatre box office, or via stagesyouth.org; $10 for students and seniors, and $12 for adults. - Tamara Ellingston


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Scholls Valley Lodge The Scholls Valley Lodge - a 48-acre country estate and setting for exclusive weddings and events in Washington County - was originally a rustic barn on a bluff in the Tualatin River basin when Rich and Paula Vial bought the property in 1984. Several years, children, and remodels later, the Vial’s expansive 8,500 square-foot home is now steeped in modern luxury and accented with artistic detail, capturing the essence of Northwest country style. The lodge features seven bedrooms each with its own character, style, and antique roll-top desk. Eight bathrooms throughout the living quarters boast skylights, walk-in showers, and jacuzzi spas. Downstairs amenities include a library, billiards and family room, covered deck, deluxe commercial kitchen, and large, flexible meeting and dining room. On the grounds of the estate, there is a vineyard, orchard, swimming pool, grassy lawn, wheat field, pasture, stand of trees, and nearby creek. Views from the lodge include Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood, the Tualatin River, rolling flats, and wooded hills. There’s also a chance to see wildflowers, birds, and animals. Guests of the Vial family can stop by the lodge for a romantic bed and breakfast getaway or reserve the lodge for a weekend wedding destination or day-use reception. Other guests have come to the lodge to host family reunions, corporate events, and private parties. The Vials have opened up their home to private engagements since 2009. www.schollsvalleylodge.com

Guests can use the pool table, library, family room, and more.

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The lodge sits on a bluff overlooking the river valley.

One of seven bedrooms in the 8,500 square foot lodge.

Photos by Tucker Beasley (www.tuckerpdx.com)


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Food Film Festival The Food Film Festival continues at the Dairy Creek Food Web this month with the screening of the documentary ‘Coming to Ground’ on January 17. The 90-minute film examines how agriculture in Kentucky has changed in the last ten years since the decline of tobacco as a major cash crop. A free screening will be held at 7:30 p.m. January 17 at the Forest Grove Grange at 1917 B Street.

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It’s music inspired by the rustic life of two homesteaders who lived in the woods near Keasey just outside of Vernonia during the 1970s. John and Kim Cunnick’s cabin had no electricity or running water. John worked at a nearby sawmill and the pair wrote tunes about their experiences there, enough to fill a song-

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book. The songs capture the essence of rural life in Northwest Oregon. Those songs are once again being performed by a trio of musicians from the Portland area, calling themselves The Timberbound Project. You can hear the trio perform this month at 9 p.m. on January 11 at the Rock Creek Tavern.


LOCAL BANDS

UPCOMING SHOWS January 2013 Friday - January 4 Andy Harrison Band Rock

Emily Tanke and Matt Hundley of Lace and Lead. Photo by Laura Kempf

Lace and Lead The country music scene in Oregon may not get as much attention as the indie and neo-folk rock bandwagons, but local musician Matt Hundley says that Oregon’s country music scene is actually strong and vibrant. Hundley - who got his start as a boy playing the fiddle at rural churches in the area of Gales Creek west of Forest Grove - recently formed the country duo ‘Lace and Lead’ with Eugene-native Emily Tanke. In just a few months, Hundley and Tanke have written a handful of original songs, played shows around the Willamette Valley, and started to record some tracks. The duo will bring their brand of country ballads and harmonies to the Westside this month when they play at 9 p.m. on January 18 at Ballad Town Billiards in Forest Grove. Like Hundley, Tanke also got her start making music in church. She sat alongside her father on the piano bench and sang while he played. She went on to sing in competitions and perform at sporting events. Both Hundley and Tanke are studying music business at Portland State University, but they actually met online.

Saturday - January 5 The Moonshine Band Classic Rock Friday - January 11 She’s Not Dead Rock Saturday - January 12 Dixie Wrecked Classic Rock Friday - January 18 Lace & Lead Country Music Duo Saturday - January 19 Switchgrass Bluegrass Saturday - January 26 Lost and Found Again Rock

Emily Tanke of Lace and Lead. Photo by Laura Kempf

Also this month, they will travel down to the Matthew Knight Arena to sing the National Anthem at a UO basketball game and perform at the Oregon Convention Center, trying out for spots on the 2013 Oregon fair circuit. www.laceandleadband.com

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A cheese plate sampler at Quail Run Creamery.

Quail Run Creamery It’s goat cheese like you’ve never had before - fresh from a farm in the Gaston foothills. Quail Run Creamery’s spreadable ‘Little Goat Chèvre’ is made from the milk of Nigerian Dwarf Goats - a special breed that produces a sweet, rich milk high in butterfat. Raised on Scott and Summer Catino’s family farm, the goats graze hillside pastures which boast views of the Coast Range. In addition to the chèvre, the Catinos make three other cheeses at Quail Run Creamery including feta, mizithra, and mozzarella varieties. These cheeses can be purchased at select retail outlets as well as on the farm, and can be found on the menu at a handful of local restaurants like 1910: An American Bistro in Forest Grove and The Horse Radish in Carlton. While you can enjoy Quail Run Creamery cheese in your home or at the restaurant, you can also take a cheese making class down on the farm. During the classes you can tour the farm, sample Quail Run cheeses, taste goat milk ice cream, and learn about food pairing. www.quailruncreamery.com

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The next generation of Nigerian Dwarf goats get playful at Quail Run Creamery. About 120 goats are born at the farm each year.

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Critical Acclaim for Oregon Wines In case you missed it, Wine Spectator, a leading publication in the wine industry, reaching 2.5 million readers around the world, recently published a 15 page spread on Oregon Pinot Noir. Most notably, Wine Spectator names Oregon Pinot Noir quality second only to that found in France. This latest accolade is quite a claim considering Oregon has only been producing wine commercially since the 1960’s, compared to France’s history which can be traced to the 6th century BC. Oregon produces less than 1% of all wine in the world. France’s production is the second largest in the world. Oregon wine production is primarily Pinot Noir found in the Willamette Valley, including those being produced in the North Willamette Valley of Washington County. The Northern regional appellations include, Dundee Hills, Ribbon Ridge, Yamhill-Carlton District and

Chehalem Mountains. This type of press will most certainly create a higher demand for Oregon wine experiences, bringing in tourists from all over the world. Wineries are opening tasting rooms, new restaurants, luxury accommodations and related activities are soon to follow. Winter in Washington County finds most of the tasting rooms with limited hours and the roads a bit icy to navigate so call the winery before you go. It is however, the perfect time to read about wine, taste and shop locally and work on a plan for your next Oregon wine tour adventure. Luckily, you won’t need to travel further than right inside Washington County to taste some of these highest quality Pinot Noirs. Some other notable Washington County wines to taste now include: • Kramer Vineyards Celebrate Semi Sparkling Muller Thurgau and Semi

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January Kid Picks: Music and Literature

Check out Symphony Storytimes at the Tualatin Public Library featuring musicians from the Oregon Symphony. Storytimes are at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays January 9 through 30. Free.

Science

The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum will be ‘Gearing Up for Space’ with a free, educational program starting at 10:30 a.m. on January 12 at the Sherwood Public Library.

Theatre Members of the Oregon Symphony will perform at the Tualatin Library this month for a special storytime event. www.wccls.org

Disney’s The Little Mermaid will come to life on the stage at Theatre in the Grove in Forest Grove this month. Shows run at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on January 22 and 23 and at 10 a.m. on January 24. Tickets are $5 each.

Birthday Parties at the Museum

Local storyteller Emmy Blue is partnering with The Washington County Museum to host star-themed birthday parties in conjunction with the Hubble Space Telescope exhibit currently on display at the museum’s new space in Hillsboro’s Civic Center.

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Blue will offer three interactive programs with themes including Wish Upon A Star, Traditional Folk and Fairy Tales, and Enchanted Forest Party. Her storytelling includes the use of puppets, music, and ‘magic’ scarves.

In addition to the storytelling, parties at the museum include the a private party room and admission to the museum. Parties can be hosted on Saturdays. The cost is $275 for 15 children and 15 adults.

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Being Well, Being Mindful, Being at Home in this Body “I feel at home in my body for the first time in my life” said Melinda. We hear comments like this from patients and students who learn to listen to the messages their body gives them as they begin a practice of physical movement with a mindful attitude. Rather than the “workouts” they may have tried periodically over the years these folks are now working with a more inward focus. They are paying better attention to the experience of being alive as they walk, run, or exercise. This cultivates an attitude of acceptance as they learn the lessons taught by body sensations: the physical experiences of breath, stretching, fatigue, strength, soreness, even the thoughts that evoke tension. Rather than an ambition to achieve the correct number of “reps,” they turn their attention to the physical, mental and emotional experiences of the moment. Rather than watching the video screen as they exercise they turn toward their experience of life right now, this life. Over time they grow to know much more about themselves than they had thought possible. One young man who was learning to stay calm wrote that he realized after this inward way of practicing “my body knows more about what is going on than I do” and he was much more able to stay calm. Many folks find that this allows them to learn to move beyond physical limitations they thought were permanent. Ironically this comes not as a result of “pushing” but of letting go and just letting things unfold in the present moment.

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Events Calendar Tuesday 1

Jazz Jam, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Weekly Jazz Music Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurnant Test your knowledge Free

Wednesday 2 Thursday 3

Writer’s Group, North Plains 6:30 p.m. North Plains Public Library Writers welcome Free

Friday 4

Simple Steps, Real Change, Hillsboro 1:30 p.m. Cornell Estates Cheryl Maloney presents Free Wine Tasting, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary 23 Window, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Blues and rock music Free Bunko Game Night, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Friendly competition Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Musicians welcome Free

Songwriter Spotlight, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Insomnia Coffee Company Local musicians perform Free Irish Music and Folk Dance, Tualatin 7:30 to 11 p.m. Winona Grange Live music and callers $10, $8 students/seniors Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students Jon Koonce and One More Mile, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free Andy Harrison Band, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free

Saturday 5

Tree for All, Durham 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Durham City Park Community Planting Challenge Free Dare to be Square, Beaverton 6 to 9 p.m. Art on Broadway Artists Reception Free Board Game Night, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Bring a game or borrow one Free

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René Berblinger and Olivia Duffy will perform at the Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro on January 25 with Brazilian group Rio Con Brio.

www.washingtoncountyreview.com Joe McMurrian, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Acoustic Rock Free Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students Moonstruck Band, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free Truckstop Darlin’, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free

Sunday 6

Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 2 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students William Stafford Celebration, Beaverton 2 p.m. Beaverton City Library Celebrate the Poet Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Coyote’s Bar and Grill Performers and listeners welcome Free

Monday 7

Public Affairs Forum, Hillsboro 12 p.m. Old Spaghetti Factory Program: Mayors discuss growth Free

Tuesday 8

Eating with the Seasons, Beaverton 1:30 p.m. Beaverton City Library Naturopath Heidi Clark presents Free Tim Trautman on piano, Hillsboro 5 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Local pianist plays Free Travel Writing Talk, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Max Grinnel presents Free Write-In, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Local writers meet to work Free Writing Workshop, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Public Library Description and Style $10 An Evening with Lincoln, Beaverton 7 p.m. Beaverton History Center Reenactor Steve Holgate Free Friends Cultural Series, Forest Grove 7 p.m. Forest Grove City Library Portland’s Gilded Age Free Open Poetry Night, Hillsboro 7 to 8:30 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Readers and listeners welcome Free


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• January 4 - 1:30 p.m Simple Steps, Real Change: Take a new direction in a new year.

• January 16 - 1:30 p.m. A Healtiher You Series: Understanding directions on prescriptions.

• January 11 - 1:30 p.m. Educational Travelogue: Cuba and International Friendship.

• January 26 - 10 a.m. AARP’s Driver Safety Refresher Course.

• January 14 - 3 p.m. Hearing and the Brain: The link between audiology and neurology.

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January 2013

www.washingtoncountyreview.com Jazz Jam, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Weekly Jazz Music Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurnant Test your knowledge Free

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North Plains Garden Club, North Plains 9 a.m. Jessie Mays Community Center Gardeners welcome Free Symphony Storytimes, Tualatin 11 a.m. Tualatin Public Library Live Music for children age 3 to 6 Free Craft Night, Banks 6 p.m. Banks Public Library Bring your own project Free Tea Tasting, West Slope 6:30 p.m. West Slope Community Library Tea tasting month Free

Thursday 10

Social Media Workshop, Hillsboro 4 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Ash Shepard presents $25

Friday 11

Educational Travelogue, Hillsboro 1:30 p.m. Cornell Estates Cuba and International Friendship Free

Wine Tasting, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary FILM Series, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Foreign and Independent film group Free Miss V of Brownish Black, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Live Music Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Musicians welcome Free Trivia Night, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Friendly competition Free Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students Java Rock Cafe, Hillsboro 9 p.m. Insomnia Coffee Company High School Bands Compete Free She’s Not Dead, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free The Timberbound Project, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free

Programs are open to the public. All ages are welcome to attend.

Saturday 12

Tree for All, Beaverton 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Barrows Meadow Community Planting Challenge Free Family Day, Hillsboro 10 a.m. Washington County Museum Education and exploration Free Drawing to Painting Workshop, Hillsboro 10:30 am. to 1 p.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Steve Kleier presents $45 Gearing Up for Space, Sherwood 10:30 a.m. Sherwood Public Library Evengreen Air Museum presents Free Writing Workshop, Forest Grove 10:30 a.m. Forest Grove City Library Writers in the Grove present Free Brian McGinty, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Live Music Free Foghorn Stringband, Tualatin 7:30 p.m. Winona Grange Old-time music $16-20 advance, $21-25 door Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students

Open Mic Comedy Night, Hillsboro 8 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Comedians and spectators welcome Free Dixie Wrecked Band, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free Will West and Groovy Wallpaper, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free

Sunday 13

Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 2 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students William Stafford Poetry, Hillsboro 2 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Celebrate the poet Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Coyote’s Bar and Grill Performers and listeners welcome Free

Monday 14

Public Affairs Forum, Hillsboro 12 p.m. Old Spaghetti Factory Program: Westside Bypass Free Audiology and Neurology, Hillsboro 3 p.m. Cornell Estates Todd Williams presents Free

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Clancy’s serves up Sherwood’s finest home-cooked classics and comfort food. Our extensive menu and atmosphere create a hometown dining experience. www.ClancysSherwood.com 503.625.6711 16066 SW 1st Street, Sherwood, Oregon 97140

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Events Calendar Tuesday 15

Spoken Word Lecture, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Topic: Art by Animals Free Flash Writing Workshop, Garden Home 7 p.m. Garden Home Community Library Two-part workshop 1/15 & 1/29 RSVP - 503-235-9932 Jazz Jam, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Weekly Jazz Music Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurnant Test your knowledge Free

Wednesday 16

Symphony Storytimes, Tualatin 11 a.m. Tualatin Public Library Live Music for children age 3 to 6 Free A Healthier You Series, Hillsboro 1:30 p.m. Cornell Estates Understanding Directions on Prescriptions Free Crossroads Lecture, Hillsboro 2 p.m. Washington County Museum Lewis and Clark talk $6 adults Pastel Punch, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Brenda Boylan presents $10

Thursday 17

Third Thursday Films, Beaverton 6:30 p.m. Beaverton City Library Twist Ending theme Free Food Film Festival, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Forest Grove Grange Every Third Thursday Free

Friday 18

Painting the Clothed Figure, Hillsboro 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Craig Srebnik presents $115 Wine Tasting, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary Laurel Brauns, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Live Music Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Musicians welcome Free Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Original Roots Music $10 advance, $15 day of show Tim Trautman, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Celebrated pianist performs Free

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“Collins Historic Barn, Deep Creek Ranch” by Gretha Lindwood on display at Art on Broadway gallery in Beaverton this month. Pastel on sandpaper.

www.washingtoncountyreview.com Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students Java Rock Cafe, Hillsboro 9 p.m. Insomnia Coffee Company High School Bands Compete Free Lace and Lead, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free Reverb Brothers, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free

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Create Art Sale, Hillsboro 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Art supplies for sale Free Krista Herring, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Live Music Free Open Mic Poetry, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Readers and listeners welcome Free Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 8 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students

The Brothers Jam, Rock Creek 9 p.m. Rock Creek Tavern Live Music Free Switchgrass, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free

Sunday 20

Writer’s Mill, Cedar Mill 1 p.m. Cedar Mill Community Library Writing Workshop Free Cheaper by the Dozen, Hillsboro 2 p.m. HART Theatre STAGES Youth presents $12 adults, $10 students Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Coyote’s Bar and Grill Performers and listeners welcome Free

Monday 21

Tree for All, Tualatin 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Atfalati Park Community Planting Challenge Free Public Affairs Forum, Hillsboro 12 p.m. Old Spaghetti Factory Program: Rural Growth Free Color My Quilts, Hillsboro 6:45 p.m. Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Westside Quilters Guild Meets Free


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The Little Mermaid Jr., Forest Grove 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Theatre in the Grove School Performance $5 Write-In, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Local authors meet to work Free Foreign Film Night, Garden Home 6:30 p.m. Garden Home Library Queen of Hearts - French Free Jazz Jam, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Weekly Jazz Music Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurnant Test your knowledge Free

Wednesday 23

The Little Mermaid Jr., Forest Grove 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Theatre in the Grove School Performance $5 Symphony Storytimes, Tualatin 11 a.m. Tualatin Public Library Live Music for children age 3 to 6 Free

Thursday 24

The Little Mermaid Jr., Forest Grove 10 a.m. Theatre in the Grove School Performance $5

Simon Benson, Sherwood 6 p.m. Sherwood Public Library Lecture series Free

Friday 25

Wine Tasting, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary Bards and Brews, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Local authors read their work Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Musicians welcome Free Samuel Cauthorn, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Live Music Free Rio Con Brio and Rene Berblinger, Hillboro 7:30 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Folk and dance music $12 advance, $17 day of show Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free

Saturday 26

Tree for All, Beaverton 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cedar Mill Wetland Community Planting Challenge Free

Driver Safety Program, Hillsboro 10 a.m. Cornell Estates AARP’s Program $14 for non-members Voices in Verse, Cedar Mill 10 a.m. Cedar Mill Community Library Poetry group Free Water Color Landscape, Hillsboro 10:30 a.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Steve Kleier presents $45 The Alphabeticians, Tualatin 1 p.m. Tualatin Public Library Family-friends songs Free Cheese Making Workshop, Gaston 1 to 4 p.m. Quail Run Creamery Soft Cheese Class $70 Trivia Night, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Friendly Competition Free Lost and Found Again, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Live Music Free

Sunday 27

Parallel Play Writer Group, Hillsboro 2 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Writers welcome Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Coyote’s Bar and Grill Free

Monday 28

Public Affairs Forum, Hillsboro 12 p.m. Old Spaghetti Factory Program: Population and Demographics Free Conversations with Writers, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Poets and writers speak Free Science Pub, Hillsboro 7 p.m. The Venetian Theatre “Eye on the Wild” $5 suggested donation

Tuesday 29

The Oregon Nikkei Story, Beaverton 7 p.m. Beaverton City Library Film screening and director chat Free Jazz Jam, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Weekly Jazz Music Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurnant Test your knowledge Free

Wednesday 30

Symphony Storytimes, Tualatin 11 a.m. Tualatin Public Library Live Music for children age 3 to 6 Free Film Club, Cedar Mill 6:30 p.m. Cedar Mill Community Library “Prairie Love” Free

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Event Calendar for January 2013 January 4 - 7 p.m. Bunko Game Night

January 11 - 7 p.m. Trivia Night

January 19 - 7 p.m. Open Mic Poetry Night

January 5 - 7 p.m. Board Game Night

January 12 - 7 p.m. Open Mic Comedy Night

January 25 - 7 p.m. Bards and Beers

January 8 - 5 p.m. Tim Trautman on Piano

January 18 - 7:30 p.m. Tim Trautman on Piano

January 26 - 7 p.m. Trivia Night

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