Bingo every Thursday and Saturday Nights. Doors open at 4:00 and games start at 6:00. New players encouraged to arrive by 5:30. Average payout is over $1300 each night. Minimum buy-in is $10.

Nehemiah Brown, Friday July 6th 7:00 - 9:00
$4 per person with free Root Beer Floats served at 6:30

Bingo on July 7th with a $2 Hamburger Special.


Still room on future trips:
Portland Zoo on July 11th $46
UPDATED 7.2.18

CREATIVE ARTS



CREATIVE ART CLASSES 2018
4th Wednesdays of the month           1:00 – 2:30
MARCH 28   Coloring   (90-minute coloring session. Limited only by room size.)
Instructor: Kerry Cobb, Executive Director of Columbia Art Center
Who says coloring is just for kids? Join us to color pages from stunningly beautiful coloring books created by adults for adults. Create, socialize, and enjoy the meditative relaxation of coloring.
APRIL 25   Poetry & Painting   (One 90-minute class. No limit on number of participants except for any room size limitations.)
Instructors: Audrey Bernhardt & Kristyn Fix
Artist Audrey Bernhardt and poet Kristyn Fix will help you unlock your thoughts and images to make art of your poems. Write a poem and translate that poem into a painted piece of art.
MAY 23   Theatre Play Table Reading  (90-minute table read of one-act plays and skits. Class size limit 12.)
Instructor: Kerry Cobb
The play’s the thing! Pick a role and play your part as we read entertaining one-act plays. No experience necessary—just a desire to have fun.
JUNE 27   Zentangle   Instructor Jinx Griswold
The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. We call these patterns, tangles. You create tangles with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves and orbs. As you use the Zentangle Method to create beautiful images, you likely will enjoy increased focus, creativity, self-confidence and an increased sense of well-being.
JULY 25   Improv Theatre   (90-minute improve acting class. Class size limit 12.)
Instructor: Kerry Cobb, Executive Director of Columbia Art Center
Try your hand at improve theatre.
Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene, or story are made up in the moment. No experience necessary—just a desire to have fun.
AUGUST 22   Visual Perception: Learning to See through Art
Instructor: Kerry Cobb
Join instructor Kerry Cobb for a presentation on the art of visual perception and how to learn to see the world around you more clearly. Using art as a platform, you’ll discover ways to sharpen your awareness and be more observant of your environment, helping you to enhance your “visual intelligence.”
SEPTEMBER 26   What is Abstract Art and Why Should I Care?  (One 90-minute presentation. No limit on number of participants except for room size.)
Instructor: Kerry Cobb, Executive Director Columbia Art Center
What is abstract art and why should you care? Learn about the dynamics and thought processes behind abstract art. Become familiar with some of the world’s most famous abstract artists and learn how to appreciate this sometimes strange and wonderful art form.


OTHER COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES



And if you want to pursue your interests further, here are a few links to other creative arts opportunities in the Mid-Columbia and the NW.

The Dalles Art Center
Urban Papers - The Dalles
Columbia Center for the Arts - Hood River
Art Supplies - The Columbia Gorge Community College Bookstore

Also
Carla Sonheim - The Art of Silliness



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