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Family Friday - Your Musical Night Out with the Kids

Community Music Center - 3350 SE Francis Street 97202

Friday, May 16 2014, 7:15 PM to 8:15 PM

Length

1 hr

Summary

Oregon Renaissance Band performs - Free (suggested donation)

Category

Event Types > Community Events

Description

Family Friday Concerts

Your monthly musical night out with the kids!

What:  Family Fridays, a series of low-cost concerts for families.

Where:   Community Music Center, 3350 SE Francis Street, Portland, 97202

When:    Friday, at 7:15 pm.

Cost:   Free with suggested donation of $5.00 ($15 for a family of any size).  Refreshments are sold at the door for a nominal price.  NOTE: limited seating, no reserved seats – doors open at 6:30; house opens at 6:50 pm.

More Info: Community Music Center: www.communitymusiccenter.org or 503-823-3177

The Family Friday Series features popular local musicians in a live, informal setting appropriate for audiences of any age.  Proudly sponsored by Larkins Vacura, LLP,Trial Attorneys.  Concerts are run by volunteers, and all proceeds benefit scholarships and other programs at the Community Music Center (CMC).

 

October 18 - Whistlin' Rufus

November 15 - Emerson House Band

January 24 - Mousai Remix

February 21 - MT Duo

March 21 - Portland Chamber Music

April 18 - CMC Showcase

May 16 - Oregon Renaissance Band

 

 

The Community Music Center (CMC) is a Portland Parks & Recreation facility in partnership with an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that raises money to help subsidize tuition fees at the school.  It serves families across the Portland area and supports those with limited economic means by increasing access to music performances and educational opportunities.  Benefit concerts such as this one support a need-based scholarship fund that enables students to follow their dreams in music.  For more information, call 503-823-3177 or visit www.communitymusiccenter.org.