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June 3rd, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE | Cheapskate
 

The Best Cheap And Free Deals In Town

     
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POP: This month’s installment of WW’s own Portland Makes Music features the heartfelt and catchy pop of Lovers’ Carolyn Berk, who will be playing songs from her band’s excellent new album I Am the West, as well as a set from longtime Portlander Mike Johnson, who has, like, five lyrically exquisite albums on the way from his Reclinerland project and others. Should be a great night for those who like their pop smart and tightly played. Someday Lounge, 125 NW 5th Ave., somedaylounge.com. 9:30 pm Sunday, June 7. Free. 21+.

BACH OUT: The St. James Bach Cantata Choir performs Cantata 129, Praised Be the Lord, My God and University of Oregon music prof Robert Kyr’s “O Deep Riches.” St. James Lutheran Church, 1315 SW Park Ave., 227-2439. 5 pm Sunday, June 7. Donation.

GREEN IT UP: Learn how to design a new floral garden or improve your existing one with a local landscape designer at this Farmington Gardens seminar. Farmington Gardens, 21815 SW Farmington Road, 649-4568. 1 pm, Saturday June 6. Free. Call for reservations.

FREE AND GAY: Take the kids to meet their two daddy/mommy-having compatriots at the Q Center’s annual family event. The fun this year includes games, T-shirt decorating, live music and light refreshments. Q Center, 4115 N Mississippi Ave., pdxqcenter.org. 2-4 pm Sunday, June 7. Free.

STREEETCH: Stumptown Yoga offers a free community Pilates class, taught by a student instructor, every Tuesday from noon to1 pm. Stumptown Yoga, 3235 SE 39th Ave., 928-7783, stumptownyoga.com.

CHUG! CHUG!: Nab $1 Pabst Blue Ribbon (and $2.50 well drinks and $2.75+ microbrew pints) at new bar Ella St. Social Club, in the space that last belonged to Towne Lounge, 5-7 pm daily. 714 SW 20th Place, 241-8696, ellastreetsocialclub.com.

 
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