This weekend is brought to you by the letter “C”, complete with comedy, culture, cooking and chill’n-out. Kick things off with some laughter, sprinkle in a little meditation, a home-cooked meal, then top it off with an inspirational film, and you’ve got yourself one well-balanced weekend. Enjoy!
Comedy Show – Bert Kreischer – January 14th
Bert Kreischer is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer and host who performs to sell out crowds across the country. His most recent stand up special “Hey Big Boy”, as well as “Secret Time” and “The Machine” are currently streaming globally on NETFLIX. If you could use a little dose of “the best medicine” this weekend, then purchase your tickets to see Bert at the Keller Auditorium this Friday night, and enjoy some laughter with your loved ones.
Gentle Yoga (FREE webinar) – January 15th
Human beings are not meant to be in constant fight, flight, or freeze mode. Chronic stress takes a devastating toll on our mental and physical well-being. If you are exhausted, stressed out, burnt out, or just looking to relax and nourish your mind, body, and spirit, then join Joyce Wu’s gentle yoga class this weekend.
Vegan for Beginners (FREE webinar) – January 15th
Whether you’re curious about vegan cooking or ready to make the change in the new year, this mixer and vegan food presentation is a great way to learn how to eat well while staying healthy. Space is limited for this event, so make sure you reserve your spot today.
Remembering Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (FREE Screening) – January 17th
World Arts Foundation, Inc. (WAFI) presents KEEP ALIVE THE DREAM, hosted by Hollywood Theater. This historical film documents African-American communities in Oregon honoring the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Since 1978, WAFI has hosted an annual MLK tribute event. With King’s work as a guide, KEEP ALIVE THE DREAM highlights pioneering activists, community leaders, artists, musicians, and youth whose valiant efforts have left lasting impacts in Oregon’s African-American community. In addition to the film, the program will feature live music and a Q & A with community members.The film airs at 3pm, and admission is FREE, but a ticket needs to be claimed at the theater for entry so make sure you arrive early!