The News-Review, Page 3Roseburg, Oregon, Currents—Thursday, February 9, 2012
Divas duelat local winery
MarshAnne Landing willhost a lineup of classical musicwith the concert DuelingDivas.The event will feature threemembers of the Eugene Opera— Brooke Cagno, SheeryaShivers and John Jantzi.Cagno and Shivers are singers;Jantzi is the chorus master andmusic director of the ArtistMentor Program.They will perform the musicof Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,Giacomo Puccini, AnthonyGilbert and Arthur Sullivan.The concert starts at 2:30p.m. Saturday at 381 HoganRoad, Oakland.Admission will be $30 withappetizers included. Reserva-tions are recommended due tolimited seating.Information: 541-459-7998.
Jazzin the Jacobyfeatured at UCC
Jazz in Jacoby, presented bythe Umpqua Community Col-lege Fine and Performing Artsdepartment, concludes with aconcert tonight.Choirs from around the statewere scheduled to visit the col-lege today and performthroughout the day.Northwest jazz musicianGeorgina Phillipson will per-form in the final concert,which is set to begin at 7:30p.m. in Jacoby Auditorium,1140 Umpqua College Road,Winchester. Phillipson is theartistic director for the Con-sonare Chorale in Portland anda graduate of Willamette Uni-versity.Tickets are $7 per person or$15 per family.Information: 541-440-4691.
Father DaughterDance steps up
The 2012 Douglas CountyFather Daughter Dance will beheld Friday at the DouglasCounty Fairgrounds.The dance starts at 6 p.m. atthe Exhibit Building, 2110S.W. Frear St., Roseburg.Tickets are $7 in advance or$9 at the door. Daughters 18months and younger get in forfree. The dance is a nonprofitevent.Tickets can be purchased inadvance until noon on the dayof the dance at Macy’s, GoodVibrations, Ten Down Bowl-ing, Waterscapes Spas andPools and Napa Auto Parts inWinston and Sutherlin.Information: www.DCFa-therDaughterDance.com.
The 2012 Douglas CountyFair is accepting applicationsfrom entertainers interested inperforming on the CharterStage during fair week.The 2012 Fair is scheduledfrom Aug. 7 to 11. The fair-grounds will provide the stage,sound and lights.Applicants will be acceptedfrom bands, dance groups andsolo vocalists. Forms must beturned in by the end of March.Information: 541-957-7010.
The Confluence Beer, Wine,Seafood and Music Festival, anew event in downtown Reed-sport, seeks to present anentertainment-filled weekendon the coast.The event takes place from 4to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturdayand noon to 10 p.m. Sunday.The festival will take place at451 Winchester Ave., Reed-sport.Oregon wines, microbrews,and coastal cuisine will be atthe forefront of the event.Friday’s entertainment fea-tures live music according tothe following schedule: 4 to6:30 p.m., Shelly James Trio; 7to 10 p.m., Candy Apple Bleu.On Saturday, the schedule isnoon to 3 p.m., Soul Pie; 3:30to 6 p.m., The Vicky StevensBand; 7 to 10 p.m., Agents of Unity.Admission is $10 per personor $16 for a two-day pass.Seniors pay $9 or $14 for atwo-day pass.Information: 541-271-3977.
Walk downtown forwine,chocolate
About 25 downtown Rose-burg businesses will partici-pate in the Downtown Wineand Chocolate Walk tonight.The event features partici-pating downtown businesseshosting customers. Activitieswill include shopping, winetasting, chocolate and liveentertainment.The event is from 5 to 8p.m. along Jackson Street.Information: 541-672-1734.
SHS choir deliversvocal Valengrams
Sutherlin High School’sEnsemble Choir will be deliv-ering Valengrams throughoutDouglas County on Valentine’sDay.For a fee, the choir will singa song and present a recipientof the buyer’s choice with acarnation or rose and a card.Choices of songs include,“When I’m 64,” “I Feel theEarth Move,” “Eight Days aWeek,” “Crazy Little ThingCalled Love” or “Signed,Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours.”Prices are $5 for delivery toSutherlin schools, $10 for any-where in Sutherlin, $15 withina 10-mile radius of Sutherlinand $20 for Roseburg andYoncalla. Proceeds will helpfund the choir’s annual tour.Add $2 for a rose instead of acarnation or additional flower.Information: 541-459-9551,ext. 237, email@example.com.
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Dads and daughters
will don dancing shoes Friday at the Douglas County Fair-grounds.See details this page.