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Parade lends sparkle,
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SUNDAY, DEC 31
Live Hypnotist Comedian
UFC219 - Sat, Dec 30
WOMEN’S FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE
9 FIGHTS IN ALL ON THE HUGE SCREEN
Live Fights at 5:00 (21 & Over) - Tickets $13
Reserved Seating Available Now Online.
at 11:00 am
“H OME A LONE ”
[ PG ]
PLUS the ball drop ceremony
on the big screen. Party Favors
and Champagne Toast.
See Web Site for Details
Cyborg v. Holm
Show ONLY $4
Special showing for kids and adults with
Autism or other sensory sensitivities.
Today in History
Virginia becomes the last state to ratify the Bill of Rights,
making the ﬁ rst ten amendments to the Constitution law
and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the
Declaration of Independence.
— December 15, 1791
Food 4 Thought
“We have a Bill of Rights, What we need is a Bill of
— Bill Maher
The Month Ahead
Through December 23
Enlightened Theatrics presents A Charles Dickens
Christmas. Reserved seating admission is $20-$30,
youth under 18 are 10 percent off. Preview night
only, admission is $10. Oregon Thespian Members/
Cardholders are free.
Through December 26
Keizer Miracle of Christmas Lights Display, 6 p.m. to
10 p.m. Gubser neighborhood. Free admission but cash
and food donations for the Marion-Polk Food Share are
Through January 21
Salem’s Riverfront Park is home to the ﬁ rst seasonal ice
rink 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. 116 Marion St. NE. Cost is
$12 ages 3 to 12 and $15 13 and older for each 90 minute
session (includes skate rental).
Friday, December 15
Claggett Creek Choir performance at the Capitol
rotunda. Starts at 11:30 a.m. McNary performs at noon.
Whiteaker takes the spotlight at 1 p.m.
France School of Dance presents their December dance
performance, located at North High School Auditorium,
765 14th St NE. The show starts at 7 p.m. For more
information contact at 503-390-1210.
Friday, December 15 – Saturday, December 16
The Nutcracker will be performed by Eugene Ballet
Company at the Elsinore Theatre. Doors open at 6:30
p.m. and the performance starts at 7:30 p.m. Buy tickets
Saturday, December 16
Breakfast with Santa at Salem’s Riverfront Carousel,
101 Front Street NE. Starts at 8 am-10am. $20 per
person. By reservation only. Ticket information www.
salemcarousel.org. Call 503-540-0374.
Saturday, December 16 – Sunday, December 17
Willamette Master Chorus presents its 2017 Holiday
Concert—The Willamette Winter Suite, featuring the
Adams Stephens Middle School Choir with 3 p.m.
performances both days at Hudson Hall in the Rogers
Music Center on the Willamette University campus.
Tickets are $20 and $30. willamettemasterchorus.org.
Sunday, December 17
Festival Chorale Oregon present Sing We Now of
Christmas at the Elsinore Theatre. They will be
performing traditional carols and dressed in Victorian
costume. There will be audience sing along carols
and a special story for children. Doors open at 3 p.m.
and the performance starts at 4 p.m. Buy tickets at
Tea with Mrs. Claus at Salem’s Riverfront Carousel.
Two tea times. Sittings at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. $20 per
person. By reservation only. Call 503-540-0374.
Tuesday, December 19
Pajama Party with Santa and Mrs. Claus at Salem’s
Riverfront Carousel. Starts at 6 p.m. $20 per person,
children under three free. By reservation only. Call 503-
Tuesday, December 19-Saturday, December 23
Magic at the Mill, the Willamette Heritage Center’s
annual holiday lights display, 5:30-8 p.m. each night.
Children’s activities, minature trains, tour of historic
buildings, seasonal food and drink, demonstrations,
vendors and more. Plus, Santa Claus visits. Free
Wednesday, December 20
The Elsinore Theatre, located at 170 High Street N.E.,
will be showing A Christmas Carol. The ﬁ lm is at
7 p.m. All seats are $6. Go to www.elsinoretheatre.
com/elsinore-events.html for more information, or to
purchase tickets. Call 503-375-3574 if there are more
Saturday, January 6
Artists’ Reception at Keizer Art Association’s Enid Joy
Mount Gallery 2-4 p.m. for its January exhibit, Paciﬁ c
Northwest Show. Show continues through January
27. Keizer Heritage Center, 980 Chemawa Rd. N.E.
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Bhotos by Barker Kehret and Random Bendragon
A: Davis and Jordyn Herigstad
were two of thousands to line
up along River Road North.
B: A member of the R&R Tree
Service family danced as the
parade made its way through
C: McNary’s FBLA Club gets
in on the act.
D: Kids play in the street as
the parade passes by.
E: Marion County Fire District
Cadets wave as they pass.
F: Erica, Delilah, Delaney and
Daniel Brofﬁ tt.
G: A member of the McNary
band plays as the parade
in the KT
5 YEARS AGO
Hope for Henry
Trish Leavitt was devastated
when she found out her
pet poodle, Riley, had been
killed by a coyote. After being
contacted by Trish’s mother,
Hopes Haven, a dog rescue
organization presented Trish
with Henry: a daschund-
yorkie mix. “I think it’s going
to work out,” Trish said.
from 1-9 into
of each digit.
So must every
10 YEARS AGO
Little League battle
There are now two Keizer
Little League boards claiming
the right to manage Keizer’s
Little League Park. Debbie
declared that the board headed
by Cary Schneider was no
longer recognized as a legal
board. Schneider disagrees.
15 YEARS AGO
adieu to a mentor,
Monday night’s Keizer City
Council meeting turned into
part tribute, part celebrity
roast. A parade of current
and former city offi cials took
to the microphone to honor
Councilor Jerry McGee, who
is leaving after 12 years on the
20 YEARS AGO
in chamber theft
The former manager of
the Keizer Chamber of
Commerce was arrested
Tuesday in connection with
the theft of more than $12,000
in Chamber funds.
Is Keizer the right size?
38% – It’s just the right size.
28% – It needs to expand.
25% – We need to ﬁ ll the
space we already have.
9% – Expand by building
up, not out.
Vote in a new poll every Thursday!
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