Tuesday, March 14, 2006

A Weekend of Walking for Peace--Get Your Excercise

Yes dears,

Since the wonderful folks at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., DC have not returned us from Afghanistan or Iraq, it is time to get back out in the streets to show our physical opposition to the continued occupations. Please join me this weekend all across the US but particularily in Corvallis, OR at noon on Saturday, March 18, 2006 at the Benton Co. Courthouse; and in Portland on Sunday, March 19, 2006 at 1:30--Waterfront Park (North of the Morrison St. Bridge at Oak St.). I hope to see you all there.

Now another event to consider for all of you up in the Seattle area, my friend Geoffrey Castle will be playing on Friday the 17th, at the Kirkland Performance Center. Sounds like a rousing good St. Paddy's Day event. Here's his blurb on the event:

"Geoffrey Castle's 1st Annual St. Patrick's Day Spectacular!

Geoffrey Castle - 8:00 PM

This beautiful, newly constructed 400 seat theater is in the heart of my hometown, Kirkland, and it's going to ROCK! I'll be bringing a light show by Nth Degree Creative, special guests Finn MacGinty (Suffering Gael's, Setanta) and my good friend Dan Connolly both playing guitar and singing, and there will even be an appearance by members of the internationally award-winning Comerford School of Irish Dance! It will be an evening full of fun, humour, grace, and magic, and I have insisted that they have pints of Guiness available at the concession stand.

Call the box office at:
(425) 893-9900
or check the website:

I'd point you to his website but it's under construction at the moment. He's a great jazzy violinist and a heck of a sweet guy. So raise a pint in his honor at the Kirkland Performing Arts Center.


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