Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, March 03, 1977, Page 7, Image 7

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    lùegrass and country chow highlight hoedown
The Associated Student Government of
fckamas Community College is sponsor-
g an dld-fashioned family hoedown at the
| 88lArena in Molalla this Saturday.
The hoedown will be featuring one of
I best bluegrass bands in Oregon - Dr.
Im's Bluegrass Remedy.
One of their many accomplishments was
norming on the Today Show, in a pro-
|[n titled "Bicentennial Salute to Oregon."
[group also had the distinction of being
allowed to play the longest set within a talk
show program.
Club will provide plenty of hamburgers,
hotdogs,and other "good old country chow."
Dr. Corn's Bluegrass Remedy Band has
been together for the last six years. For
the last four years they have played at
Frankensteins, now limiting their perfor­
mances there to once a month but they are
also performing at college concerts through­
out Oregon.
To find the Bar 88 Arena, take Highway
213 to 211. Turn left on Hwy. 211. Next
turn right at Wilhoit Road. From Wilhoit
Road turn on to Sawtell Road and travel
about three to five miles to the arena.
A beer garden will be sponsored by the
Oregon City Jaycees and the CCC Rodeo
event will
The cost for the hoedown is $1.50 for
non-students and $1 for CCC students. The
begin at 8 p.m. and last until
Folk ballet to debut
The National Folk Ballet of Yugoslavia,
| award-winning company of 45 dancers,
[gers and musicians, makes its Portland
ebut today, March 3, at 8 p.m. in the
prtland Auditorium.
Eola[medal winners at the Vienna and
■scow World Festivals, the celebrated
|upe presents a fast-paced and colorful
Lam rich in the traditions of Yugoslavia.
Supported by a 12-piece ensemble of
Bins,accordions, guitars, flutes and clari-
ets, the accomplished dancers take you on
¡musical travelogue of Yugoslavia. Their
legs performance prompted "L'Aurore,"
aris, to name them "one of the best folk
Isembles in the world."
¡Under the leadership of artistic director
| choreographer Branko Markovich, the
fcnal Folk Bai let of Yugoslavia has
ned successful tours in 29 countries
■ghout Europe, Asia, Africa and South
■Central America.
| Tickets for the Northwest Releasing event
te on sale at The Ticket Place at Lipmans
Biffiltlwn), Stevens and Son, First Federal
nVmcouver and the Auditorium.
The end-of-term winter music concert will take place this Sunday, March 6, at 3 p.m. in
the CC Mall. The Community Chorus, directed by June Clapp, the Concert Choir,
directed by Dan Hoggatt and the Symphonic Band, directed by Gary Nelson, will per­
"Night Watch." CCC Theatre pro­
duction. McLoughlin Theatre. 8 p.m.
"The Tempest." University of Port­
land Mago Hunt Theatre. $2 general,
$1 students/senior citizens. 8 p.m.
Meeting. Fireside Lounge, 11
■"Game.” Brown Bag Movie. Noon.
EC 117. Free.
Also Saturday
28. 7202.
■ Wrist Wrestiing Tournament, Ran-
dall Gym. Noon.
Lounge, Main St., Molalla. Also Sat­
Leon Redbone. Paramount North­
west. $6 advance. Saturday.
Imogen Cunningham photographs
1920-1973. Exhibit at the Portland
Art Museum, 1219 SW Park, Port­
land. Through March 13.
■ "Night Watch." CCC Theatre pro-
Eduction. McLoughlin Theatre. 8 p.m.
Dr. Corn's Bluegrass Remedy. CCC
Hoe-Down Dance. Bar 88 Arena, Mol­
alla. $1 students, $1.50 non-students.
■Paradise Alley. Jade Lounge, 875
■olalia Ave., Oregon City. 9 p.m.
[Iso Saturday.
■Inner Grinnin'. Doc Holiday's Pub,
■¡20 Main St. Oregon City. Also
8 p.m. Saturday.
Art Show. J.D. Perkin and Paul
Schaap. CC Mall. Through March 18.
"Night Watch." CCC Theatre pro­
duction. McLoughlin Theatre. 8 p.m.
Sunday Recreation. Randall Gym.
2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
Homemaker Update. Special Par­
enting Problems. CC-101. 6 to 8 p.m.
Also March 15.
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