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February Happenings in Dunsmuir

Friday, February 71st Friday Open Mic at Dunsmuir Brewery Works.

5701 Dunsmuir Avenue.  Signups at 7pm.  Starts at 7:30pm.  All are welcome!  Come and express your talents in a cozy and fun atmosphere.  235-1900. www.dunsmuirbreweryworks.com.

Friday, February 14 – 2nd Friday Art Opening at Siskiyou Arts Museum.

5824 Dunsmuir Avenue. 5-7 p.m. SAM presents CIRLCES featuring the artwork of Eloise Larson, Cathy Valentine, Wiliam Wareham and Lauri Sturdivant the CIRLCES show  featuring the artwork of Eloise Larson, Cathy Valentine, Wiliam Wareham and Lauri Sturdivant.  DJ Natalie Jai will spin dance tunes. This  evening will be full of fun!  Free, with refreshments. 235-4711www.siskiyouartsmuseum.org.

Friday, February 14 –  St. Valentine’s Day Concert at Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center.

5819 Sacramento Avenue.  7:45pm.  Allison Scull and Victor Martin and the Midnight Band (with Stefan Schittko on keys and Joe Furnari on congas). $10, or 2 for $15.  No reservation necessary, first come first served. 235-2809. www.popsdunsmuir.com.

Allison Scull and Victor Martin

Saturday, February 15 –  Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce presents, Warren Miller’s Ticket to Ride at Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center.

5819 Sacramento Avenue.  Doors open at 6pm.  Show starts at 7pm.  Warren Miller Entertainment’s highly anticipated 64th film, Ticket to Ride is the newest installment of the legendary film series takes ski fans on an action-packed journey to some of the world’s most exotic destinations in the world. Check www.warrenmiller.com for details. Tickets – $15. Currently being sold at Dunsmuir Hardware, Dunsmuir Outdoors, The Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce, The Fifth Season and Shasta Base Camp.  Tickets also sold at the door.  235-2177.

Friday, February 21 – Art Opening and Film to Celebrate Black History Month at Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center.

5819 Sacramento Avenue.  6pm – Art Opening. Artist Robert Callier will be showing painting and sculptures. 7:30pm – Film “Gumbo” depicts America’s melting pot and black history as it parallels music and culture. 235-2809. www.popsdunsmuir.com

-from press release