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    SIUSLAW NEWS | SATURDAY, JULY 21, 2018 | 3A
G ENERAL N EWS
Terra Nova Trio to perform free concert
The Siuslaw Public Li-
brary’s Adult Summer Read-
ing “Libraries Rock” program
wraps up at the end of July
with a free performance by
the talented Eugene-based
Terra Nova Trio.
The talented group offers
their fresh vision of concert
programming on Wednesday,
July 25, at 2 p.m. in the Brom-
ley Room at the Florence
branch of the Siuslw Public
Library, 1460 Ninth St.
The Terra Nova Trio is a
contemporary classic group
of players from the Eugene
Symphony and the Oregon
Bach Festival.
Annalisa Morton, Mike
Curtis and Sandy Holder, the
three musicians, have exten-
sive experience in both play-
ing and teaching music. As a
trio, they offer a unique and
eclectic blend of music, com-
bining traditional classical
instruments (oboe, bassoon
and piano) with popular in-
struments (saxophone, guitar,
and accordion).
Their music features clas-
sical composers such as Bach
and modern French compos-
ers while, with the popular
instruments, they offer an
eclectic mix of pieces such as
klezmer (a type of Jewish folk
music), tango, blues, and ex-
otic originals.
Morton, a graduate of the
Cincinnati College-Conser-
vatory of Music, plays the
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oboe, English horn and sax-
ophone. She currently plays
Principal English horn in the
Eugene symphony, teaches
oboe and English horn at Or-
egon State University, and is
also a member of the Socarrat
Sax Quartet.
Another member of the Eu-
gene Symphony, Curtis plays
bassoon, clarinet and sax. He
has played with numerous
symphonies, including the
Mexico State Symphony, and
has traveled Europe and Asia
performing as a klezmer clar-
inetist.
Some may remember him
from his appearance at the li-
brary a number of years ago,
shortly after the 2011 publica-
tion of his book, “Memories
of a Musician in Mexico.” His
many travels and adventures
have influenced his music,
giving a worldly feel to his
original compositions.
The third member of the
trio is Holder, who plays pi-
ano, guitar and accordion.
Holder began her freelance
piano career at the early age
of 14. She holds degrees from
the Oberlin Observatory and
the University of Oregon. She
has worked with the Oregon
Bach Festival, Eugene Sym-
phony, Eugene Opera, Ore-
gon Symphony, Eugene Chil-
dren’s Choirs, Oregon Festival
of American Music and the
Oregon Mozart Players.
Currently an instructor at
7/21
9AM-2PM
85352 Glenada Road
Tools, generator, compressor,
Porta-bote, household items &
lots more!
Estate sale,
Saturday and Sunday
July 21 & 22.
9am-4pm
Located at
2888 Munsel Lake Road.
Lots of misc and collectibles ,
furniture , W&D.
Lane Community College
and her private studio, she has
also performed in numerous
recitals.
Terra Nova Trio offers a
unique blend of classical and
popular instruments, “a sat-
isfying new world of possi-
bilities,” in their words. They
promise to delight and enter-
tain the audience with their
eclectic compositions in-
cluding a traditional klezmer
piece, a Bach cantata, and
even a tango.
Whether you are fond of
classical or popular instru-
ments, this summer reading
program finale is a must for
anyone interested in enjoying
a unique musical experience
offered by these three talent-
ed Eugene-based musicians.
There is no charge to at-
tend the event and this music
concert is open to the public.
As seating is limited, it is sug-
gested attendees arrive early.
Following the musical treat,
the Friends of the Library will
host a feast of South Ameri-
can treats. The taste of South
American tidbits is also a free
summer reading event.
For more information
about this program and the
library’s summer reading
programs in general, visit the
Siuslaw Public Library in per-
son, call 541-997-3132 or visit
www.siuslawlibrary.info.
Worthiness
PHOTO BY FIRST LAST/SIUSLAW NEWS
Local author Josephine Faulk, MPH, (above) will be speaking at the Siuslaw Public
Library, 1460 Ninth St., on Wednesday, July 25, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the
Bromley Room. Her talk will help attendees understand that they are not broken,
defective, nor unworthy of love — especially of themselves. She will talk about
triggers, soothing techniques and more ways to address trauma. Faulk’s academic
training, her own lifelong struggle with the repercussions of childhood trauma and
her inspiring recovery have coalesced in “WORTHY: A Personal Guide for Healing
Your Childhood Trauma” and its accompanying workbook. In “Worthy,” Faulk
guides readers through The Childhood Trauma Recovery for Adults Program. This
includes a three-part exploration of issues, tools for recovery and finding a person’s
inher-ent worthiness. For more information, visit worthyasweare.com.
Verizon, TCC to give away backpacks Sunday
ESTATE SALE
7/20-7/21, 9am-3pm
Located in Florentine
Estates, enter at Munsel
Lake gate entrance only
(off Hwy. 101, just north of
Fred Meyer).
Liquidating contents of
3bdrm home on behalf of
trustee. House is FULL of
quality nearly new furniture,
antiques, collectibles,
large collection of costume
jewelry, tools, W/D, freezer,
household & interesting
items.
Everything must be sold!
Cash, credit, local checks.
Local delivery available.
All sales fi nal.
Photos at
CindyWobbeEstates.com.
Students in Florence are
about to benefit from a na-
tional backpack giveaway. On
Sunday, July 22, nearly 1,000
participating TCC and Wire-
less Zone stores are teaming
up to donate 187,000 back-
packs full of school supplies
to children through TCC’s an-
nual School Rocks Backpack
Give-away.
Between 1 and 4 p.m. on
July 22, participating TCC
stores are inviting local fami-
lies to bring their children to
the store to pick up a backpack
filled with pencils, paper, a
pencil box, folders, glue and
more. In Florence, come to
Verizon Wireless, located at
2775 Highway 101.
Each TCC store is donat-
ing up to 220 backpacks, and
backpacks are available on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Since 2013, TCC has do-
nated more than 752,000
backpacks filled with supplies
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to ensure chil-dren are well
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school year. This year, TCC
plans to donate 187,000 back-
packs full of school supplies to
children across the nation.
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through its TCC and Wireless
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TCC. “By providing families
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ing the back-to-school shop-
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TCC stores or to find a store
near you, visit www.tccrocks.
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Each participating TCC
store will donate up to 220
backpacks. All leftover back-
packs will be do-nated to local
schools.
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