Songbook: Reading Event

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Songbook is a literary mixtape. Eight readers on the music that terrified and inspired them. Kevin Meyer, Trevor Dodge, Margaret Malone, Holly Goodman, Gigi Little, Domi J Shoemaker, Bradley K Rosen, and emceed by Adam Strong. A short musical interlude will precede each reader.

I can’t wait for this event. I say this a lot but these are some of the best writers in Portland, and we all know Portland one of the more literary cities in the country. Adam Strong put this reading together and we at the post really hope to make this a reading series. What a great idea, writers speaking about how music affects them. Come on out and be a part of it. What a great way to spend a Wednesday night!

This Friday 7/17: Veteran and Veteran Family Activities Fundraiser, featuring Bingo and Bluegrass

This Friday 7/17: Veteran and Veteran Family Activities Fundraiser, featuring Bingo and BluegrassThe Post is pleased to announce our first fundraiser for a brand-new effort to sponsor activities for veterans and their families! First Vice President of the Women’s Auxiliary, Kelly Davis, has formed a committee within the auxiliary with the arresting title of “Post 134 Angels” and the goal of creating a fund completely dedicated to providing veterans and their families with healthy, fun activities. This Friday, Emma and Kelly will host Bingo with a twist– rather than awarding a simple cash pot, the ladies have assembled gift baskets as prizes, featuring everything from Stumptown Coffee to soccer tickets! Bingo will begin at 6:30, and at 8:30 we are excited to welcome two wonderful bluegrass groups: The Lonesome Valley Pussyfooters and The Basinbillies. We will also be selling $5 raffle tickets for some very impressive donations from the community: gift certificates worth over $100 from Threat Dynamics in

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Tonight: Legion Readers & University of Hell

We are super excited for our July Legion Readers Series featuring some of the best writers in Portland and for the University of Hell Press. Come on out and hear these readers. What a great way to spend Wednesday night.


Caitlin Bagwell, Barbara Belland, Amy Temple Harper, Edee Lemonier, Bakeem Lloyd, and Jared John Smith will read.

Joining us are two amazing poets from University of Hell Press, Leah Noble Davidson (“Poetic Scientifica”) and Brian Stephen Ellis (“Often Go Awry”).

Bring your answer to our burning question “What is your Hell?” for a chance to win fabulous drink tokens and t-shirts.

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