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Siuslaw Awards Banquet
Crab Crack
Food Share, an emergency and
supplemental food pantry serving
individuals and households in West
Lane County.
For more information, to arrange
group seating or to purchase tickets
contact Norma Barton, at 541-997-
9110 or nbarton@fl orencefood-
share.org. Tickets also are available
Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Florence Food Share, 2190 Spruce
St., 541-997-9110.
T he 10th annual Siuslaw Awards
W hile the crab season was in a
Two outstanding individuals in
the community will be honored
with the First Citizen Award and
the Future First Citizen Award.
Th e First Citizen Award recog-
nizes that individual who has given
selfl essly to the community based
state of uncertainty - tickets are now
scheduled to go on sale aft er Janu-
ary 1st for the annual Crab Crack
fundraiser. Th e popular event is
happening at the Florence Events
Center on Saturday, February 3rd
from 4 to 7 p.m.
Enjoy Oregon Coast crab along
with pasta, coleslaw, garlic bread,
sodas, coff ee and dessert by BJ’s.
A no-host bar will be available.
Th ere will also be a silent auction
held during the event that will in-
clude a beautiful selection of items.
Ticket price is $40 per person.
Advance purchase is required.
Only 400 tickets will be sold and
the deadline to purchase is January
25th. All proceeds will benefi t the
hunger relief eff orts of Florence
Wallfl owers & Wine
SEAcoast Entertainment Concert Series
on community involvement, lead-
banquet, sponsored by the Florence ership, and overall community im-
pact. Th e Future First Citizen Award
Area Chamber of Commerce, will
be held on February 7th at the Flor- recognizes a student based on his or
her academic success as well as civic
ence Events Center.
involvement and contributions to the
Th is prestigious event recogniz-
community.
es excellence in the local business
Th e Florence Area Chamber of
community by naming recipients
for awards in Excellence in Custom- Commerce will also recognize an
er Service, Curb Appeal, Non-Profi t individual or business that has self-
lessly given of their time and eff orts
Achievement, Community Caring,
in supporting the Chamber and its
Innovation in Business, and the
eff orts with the Distinguished Service
Stu Johnston Business of the Year
Award.
Award.
“ Wallfl owers and Wine” returns to
the original fl owers painting theme
at the F.E.C. on Friday, February
16th at 6:30 p.m.
Artist John Leasure will lead the
class in painting the original com-
position, “Blossoms Blush.” A wine
beverage or non-alcoholic beverage
is provided, along with compli-
mentary appetizers.
Call in advance for tickets at 541-
997-1994, as seating is limited to 20
participants.
Mandy Harvey
S eacoast Entertainment’s 2017 –
Adam Flatt conducts Newport Symphony - March 23
S eacoast Entertainment’s 2017 – 18
Coastal Concert Series resumes in Jan-
uary and continues through the spring
with 5 more concerts being presented
at the Events Center. With the New
Year being kicked off by Quattrosound,
there are four more shows to put on
your calendar:
Mandy Harvey will take to the Events
Center stage on February 21 at 7 p.m.,
following a 6:15 pre-concert talk.
Many in the community were fi rst
introduced to Mandy during her
amazingly successful appearance on
“American’s Got Talent,” but SEA ac-
tually discovered her before she made
her television debut. Mandy’s music is
inspiring and supports her mission of
encouraging others to break through
their personal barriers by showing how
her passion allowed her to overcome
her profound hearing loss at 18 to
pursue her dream of sharing her music
with the public.
Tickets are selling fast for this exclu-
sive concert. Call the box offi ce today
for your seats. at 541-997-1994.
Gentri: Th e Gentlemen Trio - April 19
Vivace - May 24
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18 Coastal Concert Series pres-
ents Orchestra at the Ocean in
March.
Th e Newport Symphony will
perform on March 23 with a
7 p.m. pre-concert talk in the
theater and a 7:30 p.m. show. As
the only year-round professional
symphony on the Oregon Coast,
it is only fi tting that they be
part of the SEA Coastal Concert
Series. Adam Flatt will conduct
and Narek Artyunian will be the
guest soloist on the clarinet.
Coming in April is the musical
talents of Gentri: Th e Gentlemen
Trio will be SEA’s welcome to
spring with their 7 p.m. perfor-
mance on April 19. Th ere will be
a pre-concert talk at 6:15. Th ese
three highly trained tenors have
pioneered a signature sound de-
scribed as “Cinematic Pop” which
highlights their rich, dynamic
three-part harmonies.
Vivace will end the SEA 2017
– 18 Coastal Concert Series with
their performance on May 24 at
7 p.m. following a pre-concert
talk at 6:15. Vivace is a quartet
of modern singers performing a
thrilling songbook made up of a
combination of pop and classical
pieces.
Vivace will present a diverse
repertoire ranging from pop, to
arias, to original compositions.
Th ey pride themselves on putting
a fresh new take on the classical
and modern music of today.
Seacoast Entertainment Asso-
ciation is an all-volunteer 501 (c)
(3) non-profi t that produces the
Coastal Concert Series in order to
bring Entertainment and Com-
munity Enrichment to the Oregon
Coast. Visit www.seacoastea.org
to fi nd out more information on
these concerts.
Announcing the
2018 Season!
March - B.O.A.T.S.
& Funny Money Improv
June - A Nice Family Gathering
November - Grey Gardens (musical)
December - A Christmas Story
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