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Broadway
"The Phat Pack"
Gesa Power House Theatre presents "The Phat Pack" on Friday, March 16, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Four Broadway stars join together to perform some of the best music of Broadway, while sharing their personal stories from their individual journeys in this intimate, funny, and entertaining evening. This extraordinary group of artists met while performing in “PHANTOM: The Las Vegas Spectacular” and together formed their own highly-acclaimed spectacle that continues to thrill audiences everywhere. "The Phat Pack" opened in the fall of 2012 in Las Vegas to rave reviews, and standing ovations. The show headlined for almost a year at The Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, followed by a highly successful run in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Hotel And Casino, overlooking the world famous Las Vegas Strip. These Broadway performers sing the great music of Broadway, American Standards, as well as fun, exciting original comedy material - and share stories from their personal lives and careers. Voted “Best of Vegas - Best All-Around Performers” (Las Vegas Review Journal) The Phat Pack is appropriate for all ages. Reserved seating tickets ($55-$50) will go on sale to the public on Friday, December 1 - online (www.phtww.com) or by calling the box office at 509-529-6500.
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Community Event, Talks/Lectures
“Property Of . . .” a Roundtable Discussion on First Amendment Freedoms and Property Rights
The exhibition Rewriting the Streets: The International Language of Stickers raises important questions about street art, the boundaries between public/private property, and the larger public sphere. Join the MCE staff, CWU faculty members and students, and Ellensburg community members as we respectfully engage in a conversation about the issues surrounding property rights and free speech. Given recent controversies surrounding free speech and the right to access public spaces, it is more important than ever to be part of discussions that bridge political and cultural divides. Event begins at 5:30 pm in the Dean Hall Lobby at CWU. For more information about these or other events hosted at the MCE in Dean Hall, email Museum@cwu.edu or call (509) 963-2313. All events listed here are free and open to the public. MCE’s address is 1200 Wildcat Way, Ellensburg, WA, 98926. Parking on CWU campus is free after 4:30 PM on weekdays, and on Saturdays.
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Community Event, For the Family
43rd Annual AAUW Book Sale
The 43rd Annual AAUW (American Association of University Women) Book Sale will be held February 16-18 at the Marcus Whitman Hotel. Sale hours will be Friday and Saturday, 9 am – 7 pm; and Sunday, 9 am – 4 pm. Approximately 40,000 high-quality books, CDs and DVDs, sorted into 40 categories. Paperbacks $2.50. Hardbacks $4. Each child receives a free book. Rare and collectible section priced individually. Proceeds fund scholarships for local women returning to college, and educational projects and events.
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Food/Tasting,Fair/Festival
4th Annual Three Rivers Craft Brew And Bacon Festival
21 and older event Regular tickets get 5 oz taster glass and 4 beer tokens. VIP ticket gets Pint glass, 8 beer tokens, t-shirt, and 30 minute early admittance. Additional tokens can be purchased during the event for $1.50 each or 4 for $5.00.
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Classical
Aeolus Quartet
Violinists Nicholas Tavani and Rachel Shapiro, violist Gregory Luce, and cellist Alan Richardson formed the Aeolus Quartet in 2008 at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
www.aeolusquartet.com/
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Ballroom
Afternoon Ballroom Dancing at the Pasco Eagles
Dance or listen to your favorite tunes with live swing music.
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Ballroom
Afternoon Ballroom Dancing at the Richland Community Center
Dance or listen to your favorite music by the Easy Swing Dance Band.
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Ballroom
Afternoon Jazz for dancing/listening at the Pasco Eagles
Dance or listen to your favorite tunes with live jazz/swing music.
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Ballroom
All Level Argentine Tango Class
Basics of Argentine tango focusing on partner connection, technique and steps to further your tango experience,no partner necessary. Class is ongoing throughout the year.
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Community Event, Health & Wellness/Nutrition
Alzheimer's Advocacy Day - at - Washington State Capitol
Over 110,000 Washingtonians are living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 335,000 caregivers are providing their care. The Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter and Alzheimer’s advocates from across the state will visit legislators in Olympia on February 9, 2018 to discuss the importance of continued support for people impacted by the disease. Governor Jay Inslee knows the struggles families face and the importance of implementing a plan: “Every part of our state is touched by dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. The impact is felt by individuals and families who bear the greatest emotional and financial responsibility, by our employers and economy, by health care systems striving to meet complex needs and by local communities and state resources.” Alzheimer’s State Plan implementation is led by the Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC), a group of partners committed to preparing Washington for the growth of the dementia population. Priorities for the DAC include creating an interactive, online version of the Dementia Road Map to guide caregivers, educate providers and ensure greater access to services and support. Registration for Advocacy Day is open online or by calling 206.363.5500. About the Alzheimer’s Association: The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. It is the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. The Association’s mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Its vision is a world without Alzheimer’s. Visit www.alz.org or call 800-272-3900.
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