Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, October 14, 1976, Page 7, Image 7

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ue to perform
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ckamas County's women artists will
tured in an exhibit at the Clackamas
y Courthouse in Oregon City begin-
let. 18.
he Liberated Canvas" is the title of
e f< ur month showing.
Women artists from throughout the coun-
haye been invited to enter their artwork.
iriow concert set
^liebs' Snow, said to be one of Amer-
I finëst. and freshest musical talents,
iris -to Portland's Paramount Northwest
a[ single performance on Thursday, Oct.
d B p.m.
of her own compositions, including the hit
gold record, "Poetry Man".
Phoebe Snow is presented by Northwest
Releasing. Tickets for the show are on sale
at the Ticket Place at Lipmans, Stevens and
Son, First Federal in Vancouver, Every­
body's I and II and the Paramount.
Art exhibit slated
"Le Grand Magic Circus", a far-out re­
vue from Paris for mature audiences, will
open a two-night stand at the Portland
Civic Auditorium on Thursday evening, Oct.
21. Curtain time for both Thursday and
Friday evenings will be 8:15 p.m.
This year's version is entitled "The Grand
Sentiments" and the revue is based on love.
Tickets for "Le Grand Magic Circus",
priced at $7.00, $6.00 and $5.00, are on
sale now at Celebrity Attractions, 1010
S.W. Morrison, Portland, Oregon 97205.
Flick “roars”
in Monday
One of the entertainment regulars at
Clackamas Community College is the Mon­
day Flick. Every week in the Fireside Lounge
a movie is shown for student entertainment.
This week's film, beginning at 11:30 a.m.,
is entitled "The Mouse that Roared". This
comedy describes how an insignificant Euro­
pean country declares war on the United
States to get rehabilitation. One problem
is that they didn't count on winning.
Each week's movies were picked during
a movie preview where 100 people were
polled. If you missed this preview and would
like a movie shown, contact Pat Bottorff at
the Student Activities office.
lis Snow's tupes vary from Billie Holi-
Kid Judy Garland numbers to more
■t works by Leon Russell, Neil Young
■ichie Havens. She also performs many
Art exhibit, Arnoldus J. Grutter.
i ■ : Community Center Mall. 9 a.m. to
:5 p.m.
"Oklahoma", Civic
T8:15 p.m. Tickets at Celebrity Attrac-
L.. ‘ tions, $7, $6, and $5.
ASG meeting. Fireside Lounge. 11
>■. -'a.m.
■ "Communications", CC 117. Noon.
■Free. Brown Bag Movie sponsored.
, Focus on Women, lecture by Carol
^■Peterson. 7 to 10 p.m. CC 117. Free.
Student Senate Elections.1 Student
J Activities Counter, all day.
■ the
Hot I Baltimore, Lake Oswego
ne not
F: I Community
■through Saturday. 8:30 p.m. Phone
■ 635-3901 for reservations.
_ en ate
October 14-15
____ y
.J-lackimas Community College
Student Senate Elections. Student
Activities Counter, all day.
"Music Man", Civic Auditorium.
8:15 p.m. Tickets at Celebrity Attrac­
tions, $7, $6 and $5.
Art Exhibit, Arnoldus J. Grutter.
Community Center Mall. 9 a.m. to 5
"Music Man", Civic Auditorium.
8:15 p.m. Saturday. Tickets at Cele­
brity Attractions, $7, $6 and $5.
Body Works fitness fair and exhi­
bition, Duniway Park. All day Satur­
Senior Activities Day, Randall Gym.
2 p.m., Sunday.
"The Mouse that Roared", Monday
Flick. Fireside Lounge, 11:30 a.m.
Focus on Women, lecture by Carol
Peterson. 7 to 10 p.m. CC 117. Free.
Coffee House, Katy Sullivan, gui­
tar and soloist. Fireside Lounge. 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Free.
John Prine concert. Civic Auditor­
ium. 8 p.m. Tickets at Lipmans (down­
town) and usual outlets.