Peninsula Oddfellows Lodge, 4834 N Lombard, Portland OR

Location

4834 N Lombard
Portland
,
OR
97203
,
US

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Past Events

Sunday
Feb
14
2016
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Saturday
Feb
13
2016
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Friday
Feb
12
2016
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Sunday
Feb
7
2016
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Saturday
Feb
6
2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Friday
Feb
5
2016
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com