5:00pm – 10:00pm – Benefit this Saturday for a Fellow Grover in Need! – This Saturday, November 20th, from 5pm until close Coast Fork Brewing is holding a benefit for Todd Bailey. Our Blue Goose IPA will be rebranded as Ole Blue for the night and there will be a silent auction. All proceeds will go to Todd and his wife Rhonda. Further information can be found on their Go Fund Me page.
6:00pm – 8:30pm – A Town Called Home – A Town Called Home, the musical duo of Howdy and Marilyn Darrell, weave close heartfelt harmonies, driving rhythm, and solid picking into their original Americana songs. Originally from Austin, Texas they are now making their home up in the Pacific Northwest. A Town Called Home’s shows offer up songs with pensive lyrics and plaintive melodies then accelerate to tunes that can get folks up and dancin’. Bringing together old-time country, bluegrass, Tex-mex, and folk, whether as a duo or full band, when they deliver their songs they bring a warmth and realness that is relatable and familiar, instantly making everyone feel — well, at home.
All Day – Bloody Mary Sunday
All Day – Monday Madness – All Coast Fork Brewing Beer 64 OZ Growler Fills $12.00
6:00PM – 7:30PM – Trivia Tuesday with Gerald!
6:00PM – 7:30PM – Acoustic Jam with Gregg Biller – Bring your “unplugged” instrument down and jam with us!
Thursday, 11/25/21 – HAPPY THANKSGIVING, FRIENDS!
PUB & FEED STORE CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
6:00pm – 7:00pm – Art Walk, Featured Artist: Heather Endicott!
6:30pm – 9:30pm – Steve Goodbar – Steve is an award winning guitarist, mandolinist, and singer/songwriter. Growing up in Northern California Steve quickly started absorbing folk, rock, country, blues, and jazz music. An equally adept finger picker and flat picker on acoustic guitar and mandolin, he sports a wide baritone range honed by early years singing in choirs and subsequent band projects. In 2019, Steve Goodbar’s original guitar instrumental “El Cancion Del Rio” was selected for the new KRVM Music Sampler CD! “Steve is a masterful guitar player.” – Creswell Chronicle
6:00pm – 8:30pm – Mule On Fire – Mule On Fire bring their own particular Northwest weave of blues, folk, jazz, and traditional music. Mule on Fire plays frequently in Portland and throughout the Willamette Valley, and has been the featured band at the Oregon Book Awards and the Portland Book Festival. They also feature as the house band for the ever-popular Poetry Karaoke event for Portland Lit Crawl.
George Estreich—guitar, mandolin, resonator, lap steel, and archtop
Matt Yurdana—vocals, guitar