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Newport Symphony Orchestra – Up to 49% Off Concert

Newport Performing Arts Center

$21.40 $11

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Orchestra pays tribute to two of Vienna's preeminent composers with pieces by Johann Strauss II and Richard Strauss

Oregon Mozart Players – Up to Half Off

Beall Concert Hall

$70 $35

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In an intimate setting, professional chamber orchestra brings some of Mozart's masterworks to life in four concerts

50% Off at Sip! McMinnville Wine & Food Classic

McMinnville

$34 $17

Live music and enticing scents from chef demonstrations drift past booths featuring Northwest wines, cuisine, and art

50% Off Movie Tickets and Sodas

Tigard

$20 $10

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Retro-styled cinema showcases current Hollywood hits as viewers sip large sodas or pint glasses of microbrew

Harlem Globetrotters – Up to 40% Off Kids' Clinic

Multiple Locations

$110 $66

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Harlem Globetrotters players coach kids ages 6–12 on basketball fundamentals, drills, and off-the-court character development

52% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner Show

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

Clinton Street Theater – Up to 51% Off Movie

Hosford - Abernethy

$26.50 $13

Enjoy classic and independent movies while munching popcorn or dress up as your favorite Rocky Horror character for a midnight screening

Oregon Ballet Theatre – Up to 63% Off

The Newmark Theater

$104.75 $39

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Company premieres and returning favorites celebrate principal dancer Alison Roper, who is retiring after 18 years with OBT

"Walking With Dinosaurs" – Up to 37% Off

Moda Center

$29.40 $20

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With this exclusive pre-sale, see realistic, life-sized dinosaurs roam the stage in a heart-pumping, educational spectacle for ages 3+

Up to 50% Off Improv at Curious Comedy Theater

Curious Comedy Theater

$38 $19

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Intimate comedy theater hosts weekend shows filled with sketch, standup, and improv

Up to 45% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner for Two

Downtown Portland

$179 $98

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Amateur sleuths dig into delectable four-course meals while trying to solve a mysterious murder perpetuated by disguised actors

Up to 52% Off at Harvey's Comedy Club

Old Town - Chinatown

$30 $15

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Cozy club hosts nationally touring standups, including upcoming shows from Rich Vos, Killer Beaz, and Sean Kent

"Next Fall" – Up to 50% Off Drama

The Sanctuary

$35 $17.50

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Tony-nominated play follows what happens when Luke falls into a coma and his partner Adam isn't allowed to visit at the hospital

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Each year since 1973, on the weekend after Labor Day, engines rumble the very foundation of Sublimity. The Harvest Festival began as a simple tractor pull, and while that event remains a highlight, some of its wheels have gotten considerably bigger and more monstery. And that's not the only thing about the festival that's grown. Now a three-day affair, the schedule bursts at the mid-section with events such as a Fun Run, a parade, a KidZone with bounce houses and rides, and bands and magicians on the Coors Light stage. Yet all the fun and engine flexing is for a good cause. More than 25 community organizations, including the Sublimity Fire Department and Relay for Life, benefit from the festival's proceeds.

39830 Mad Creek Rd.
Gates,
Oregon
US

West Fest 2011, an outdoor music festival nestled in Wallace Marine Park, entertains concertgoers with a brimming lineup of classic and contemporary rock performers. Headlining musician Chuck Prophet—known for recording alongside Warren Zevon, sharing stage space with Lucinda Williams, and living up to his last name by predicting future events—takes the stage at 8 p.m. with his band The Mission Express. Session guitarist Jeff Pevar from David Crosby side-project CPR opens the night at 6:30 p.m. with a solo performance and three-handed ventriloquist-dummy quartet.

200 Glen Creek Road Northwest
Salem,
OR
US

Cinebarre combines a slate of first-run movies with a courteous, alcohol-enhanced atmosphere and crave-worthy kitchen concoctions. The menu features items with movie-inspired names, allowing cinephiles to pick a dish that aligns with their preferred genre or favorite Bill Paxton performance. Take teeth to the made-from-scratch pizza playground with the Chicken Run, topped with grilled chicken, caramelized onions, cheese, and barbecue sauce ($13). The Blue Velvet Burger––ground in-house––piles a juicy half-pounder with blue cheese, buffalo hot sauce, burger toppings, and a kick of chipotle mayo ($10). Appetizers, such as Some Like It Hot Wings ($9) and Lord of the Onion Rings ($7), make arduous journeys to melt into a copious selection of wine and local craft beers, as well as mixed drinks, including the Lolita Margarita ($6).

501 Marion St NE
Salem,
OR
US

Sharing a roof with its parent organization, The Salvation Army, the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center's fine arts and education program nurtures the dramatic arts with a focus on bringing family-friendly productions to the stage of its Kroc Theater. Big River takes a musical theater approach to Mark Twain's beloved The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and the community-minded cast and crew works hard on their year’s biggest production, giving Mr. Clements his due by putting on a show as thrilling as hitching a ride on the beard of a passing giant. Accompanied by the original award-winning score by Roger Miller, the all-local troupe passionately enacts lively Huck Finn and his valiant effort to help his friend Jim, a slave, reach independence at the mouth of the Ohio River.

1865 Bill Frey Dr NE
Salem,
OR
US

Listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, the McDonald Theatre has enjoyed a long, strange history since its establishment in 1925. Originally a community playhouse equipped with both a stage and a screen, the theater found new life in the 1950s when One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest author and psychedelic pioneer Ken Kesey began presenting free cartoons there every Saturday morning. The McDonald spent the next six or so decades as a movie house exclusively, but in 2001, the Kesey family returned, producing concerts and community events under the theater’s enormous proscenium arch. Kesey Enterprises finally purchased the time-weighted stage in 2009, and today the building hosts events ranging from high-school proms to reggae concerts to plumbing-fixture lifting contests.

170 High Street Southeast
Salem,
OR
US

Building a strong community bond is as important to Salem Sabres’ owner, Rhonda Alexander, as is forming an elite basketball squad. For the team's first season in the American Basketball Association, Rhonda recruited young players who shared her enthusiasm for the sport, but also a passion for helping others. Between practices and games against Pacific Northwest Division foes, Sabres players take time to host community events and volunteer at local schools, performing in anti-bullying skits, playing pickup games with the students, and giving kids expert tips on how to spell "horse" both on and off the court.

po box 17451
salem,
OR
US