Calendar

Sep
24
Tue
Science Club
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Belfry Community Talks  are given seven months each year in a local venue where multimedia presentations are coupled with both a wine/beer bar and an excellent food service. The talks feature speakers of note who focus on a general topic we've titled "Frontiers in Science." The programming is organized and led by Kathy Campbell and sometimes co-sponsored by COCC.

https://www.sistersscienceclub.org/SSC_Belfry.html

Sep
26
Thu
Public Screening of The Big Burn by PBS
Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Forest Service and their partners invite you to watch an epic true story of courage, tragedy, natural disaster, and human resilience. Followed by a community dialogue with an expert panel on history and fire management in the Pacific Northwest.

(View trailer below.)

Limited to the first 200 arrivals. Doors open at 6:00pm to reserve your seat.

Film viewing 6:30-7:30; panel discussion 7:30-8:30.

Food, beer & wine available for purchase from The Belfry.

The Big Burn PBS film screening

Oct
12
Sat
Brian Odell Band
Oct 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Brian Odell Band is a rock band with roots firmly grounded in funk, fusion, and folk. They artfully combine acoustic guitar, violin, electric guitar, drums, bass, and vocals in their original music & select covers for a sound that is truly unique! The band’s influences include Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Jack Johnson, & Jason Mraz.

This signature sound mixed with their dynamic live performances have captivated audiences all over the Pacific Northwest!

Oct
22
Tue
Science Club
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Belfry Community Talks  are given seven months each year in a local venue where multimedia presentations are coupled with both a wine/beer bar and an excellent food service. The talks feature speakers of note who focus on a general topic we've titled "Frontiers in Science." The programming is organized and led by Kathy Campbell and sometimes co-sponsored by COCC.

https://www.sistersscienceclub.org/SSC_Belfry.html

Oct
25
Fri
Belfry Halloween Extravaganza
Oct 25 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Nov
19
Tue
Science Club
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Belfry Community Talks  are given seven months each year in a local venue where multimedia presentations are coupled with both a wine/beer bar and an excellent food service. The talks feature speakers of note who focus on a general topic we've titled "Frontiers in Science." The programming is organized and led by Kathy Campbell and sometimes co-sponsored by COCC.

https://www.sistersscienceclub.org/SSC_Belfry.html

Nov
30
Sat
Weather Machine
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Ask a fan, and they'll tell you The Weather Machine is best known for their over-the-top theatrical live sets. The Portland-based rock group started cutting their musical teeth 2013, at a time when the city was coming off a folk-revival wave and craving more indie rock. The Weather Machine flourished in that environment, building their folk story songs into plugged-in rock anthems. It's brought the band a long way, and by 2016 they had already toured the US and Europe and opened up for acts like The Alabama Shakes and Cold War Kids.

But what exactly does The Weather Machine sound like? The Portland Mercury compares them to The Kinks and Paul McCartney, while an Italian publication preferred Hey Marseilles as a reference. The truth? This band is hard to categorize… which is a big part of the appeal. After releasing a stripped down, reflective debut record, their sophomore full-length album Peach took the group into the realm of power-ballads and anthem-rock. Their latest record, The Pelican, was written as part of lead singer Slater Smith's side project with Oregon State Parks to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Oregon's Beach Bill. The songs feature The Weather Machine's current roster, as well as some of Smith's favorite musicians from around the region. The dreamy story album plays with extremes, and while it's on the whole tamer than The Weather Machine's past work, it seeks to shocks listeners with jarring, exploratory musical interruptions throughout, representing a new phase of experimentation for the band, and a sign of good things to come.

Dec
7
Sat
Holiday Art Bazaar
Dec 7 all-day