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The Whiteside Theatre and Corvallis Folklore Society present:
CONCERT | Heron Valley
October 5, 2018
General Admission - $20
Advanced Reserved Tickets - $30
Heron Valley are an energetic, young traditional band from Scotland who have serious enthusiasm for the music they play. Their roots lie in Scottish and Irish traditional music, while taking influence from various Folk, Country and Bluegrass styles. With Fiddle, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Accordion, Pipes, Banjo, Whistles, Bass and Drums, they pride themselves in their ability to bring out the energy in any crowd. With the demand for more recordings of their music, Heron Valley released their debut album, Roam, in May 2017. This has been extremely well received by the public, and has been the focus of their gigs during their 2017 Summer tour. This features 8 brand new tracks of self-penned songs and lively sets of tunes.
Tickets may be purchase online or at the door starting 1 hour before the show.
The Whiteside Theatre Foundation and the Benton County Historical Society present:
PERFORMANCE | Teddy Roosevelt's Oregon Roadshow
October 16, 2018
General Admission $7
Under 18 & Seniors: $6
Members of WTF or BCHS: $5
Teddy Roosevelt’s Oregon Roadshow is organized by the Oregon Historical Society and sponsored
by Wells Fargo.
The 26th President of the United States is back on the road, recreated by Joe Wiegand, our nation’s premier Theodore Roosevelt reenactor. Joe was a Harry S. Truman scholar and Thomas Watson Fellow in his college days. After a 25-year career in politics and public policy, Wiegand began touring the country as Teddy Roosevelt. The Rough Rider would have been 160 years old this year, and Roosevelt’s story, told by Wiegand in the first person, is as fascinating today as it was over 100 years ago.
Please join us for Joe’s captivating performance.
The event is a joint fundraiser for the Benton County Historical Society and the Whiteside Theatre Foundation.
Tickets may also be purchased online or at the door starting 1 hour before the show. Additional donations are gladly accepted; all proceeds will be equally shared by BCHS and WTF.
PERFORMANCE | The Magic Barrel: A Reading to Fight Hunger
October 19, 2018
Advance Online Tickets - $12
At the Door - $15 (cash only)
The Mid-Willamette Valley’s premier literary event, The Magic Barrel: A Reading to Fight Hunger, is held each fall in Corvallis, Oregon, to raise funds for Linn Benton Food Share. This unique event which began in 1993 is named after Bernard Malamud’s short story collection, The Magic Barrel, and features writers from around Oregon sharing their fiction, poetry, and works of nonfiction in brief readings.
The evening begins and ends with music, beer, and wine, with all proceeds benefiting Linn Benton Food Share. The audience enjoys readings by novelists, poets, short story writers, and nonfiction writers. Courtesy of Corvallis’ local bookstore Grass Roots Books and Music, the authors’ books are made available to buy at the event, with all proceeds donated to Linn Benton Food Share.
The event is supported by a major contribution from the OSU Center for the Humanities at Oregon State University, where Malamud once taught, and is organized by a group of Corvallis writers and readers.
FILM | Warren Miller's Face of Winter
October 20, 2018
Tickets - $17
Loving the unadulterated joys of winter is something we all have in common with the late, great Warren Miller—who helped create and capture the magic of skiing. This year, new and veteran athletes alike pay tribute to the man who started it all in Face of Winter, the 69th installment from Warren Miller Entertainment (WME), presented by Volkswagen.
In this 69th chapter, WME visits some of Warren’s favorite locations, from Engleberg to Chamonix, British Columbia to Alaska, Chile, Iceland, New Zealand, Washington and more. Watch as world-class athletes such as Anna Segal, Dash Longe, Forrest Jillson, Amie Engerbretson, Simon Hillis, Seth Wescott, Jim Ryan, Jess McMillan, and others carve the faces of remote mountain ranges and pursue the thrills of a life lived in high places.