This is the final weekend of the Stageworks Northwest comedy dinner theater production at the Rutherglen Mansion. “Till Death Do Us Part” is being presented Friday and Saturday night at 6:30 pm; your admission ticket will include the show, along with dinner from the restaurant. Call the Rutherglen Mansion at 425-5816 for reservations and show tickets.
Rising Star Productions continues with two musical performances geared toward the kids. “Pinkalicious, the Musical” will be presented Friday night at the Three Rivers Mall, followed by “How I Became a Pirate” on Saturday. The shows will be presented in a space near Macy’s; curtain is set for 7:30 pm each night.
The classic “Arsenic and Old Lace” is being presented at the Love Street Playhouse. Come on down for some “elderberry wine” at the theatre on Love Street in Woodland; showtimes are 7:30 pm Friday and Saturday night, and at 2 pm on Sunday. Tickets are available through the Love Street Playhouse website.
Kelso High School DECA is looking to raise some money to purchase another Automated External Defibrillator for the Athletic Department. KHS DECA is putting on the “Have a Heart” spaghetti feed on Saturday, running form 4 to 6 pm at the Kelso First United Methodist Church. Tickets will be available at the door.
Friends of James Cheeks of Skamakowa are holding a fundraiser on Saturday night, looking to help the injured pipefitter with expenses connected to his treatment for injuries suffered in a July 18th motorcycle crash. Cheeks is still in ICU after the crash, after having suffered serious lung and brain injuries. A benefit is planned for Saturday night at the Diner on Main in Cathlamet, going from 9 pm until 1 am. They’ll have Karaoke, music, dancing and door prizes. Donations can also be made to the James Cheeks Fund at the Bank of the Pacific in Cathlamet.
This is the final weekend for the Cowlitz Community Farmers Market. They’ll be open on Saturday from 9 am until 2 pm in the parking lot on 7th Avenue across from the Fairgrounds. They will still have a great selection of locally grown fruits, vegetables, plant stock and other items.
The annual Hill Memorial Concert is planned for Sunday at the Longview Community Church, featuring the vocal performance by “Breath of Aire,” a Pacific Northwest choir that brings in singers from all over the state of Washington. Starting with 20 to 25 singers in 199, “Breath of Aire” now has a membership of nearly 100 singers, performing a variety of shows all around the region. The Hill Memorial Concert starts at 4 pm on Sunday at the Longview Community Church. Admission is free, but freewill donations will be accepted.
The “Go&Be&Do,” series continues; 12-week series about going into the community and making a difference will continue through November 24th. This week, they will be talking about the message from Romans, with the theme of “Welcome Me.” The church is located at 30th and Pacific Way in Longview.
Catch the Downtown Farmers Market on Sunday, set up in the parking lot at 15th and Broadway, across from the Longview City Hall. Along with the fresh flowers, hanging baskets, and handmade crafts, they’ll have beets, onions, carrots, zucchini and other local fresh produce this weekend. Hours are 10 am to 3pm on Sunday.