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Learn about self-publishing with NWPA

The Northwest Writers and Publishers Association will host Connie Carmichael Hill in a presentation on “Science and Art of Self-Publishing” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Tualatin Public Library, 18878 SW Martinazzi Ave. in Tualatin.

Hill will share the many things she didn’t know were important before hitting the upload button, such as book size, font, paper color and ISBNs, front and back matter, editing and editors, what a print on demand publisher can provide and what you can do for yourself and much more.

The event is free for NWPA members or students under the age of 18. Admission is $10 for guests or $5 for guests of members.

Call Veronica Esagui at 503-913-6006 for information.

Marylhurst Symphony to close season with concert Saturday

The Marylhurst Symphony will present its final concert of the season at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Clark Commons building on campus. A selection of Western pops will be played , including “An Outdoor Overture” by Aaron Copland, “Pops Hoe Down,” by Richard Hayman and “The Three-Cornered Hat” by Manuel de Falla.

Refreshments will be served.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and children younger than 12, sold at the door.

CCC Student Film Fest set for Tuesday

The 10th annual Clackamas Film Festival, featuring the best work of students in the college’s Digital Media Communications (DMC) program, will take place Tuesday. Work ranges from dramatic narratives and experimental films to animation work and short motion capture animations.

The film festival is hosted by the Clackamas Community College’s DMC program and takes place in the McLoughlin Auditorium. The program begins at 6 p.m. This event is open to the public, and there is no cost to attend. Due to some strong language and adult content, viewer discretion is advised.

For more information, contact DMC Director Andy Mingo at 503-594-3264 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

TLC Farm’s annual Bloom Festival set

Tryon Life Community Farm will hold its annual Bloom Festival from 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday at the farm, located at 11640 SW Boones Ferry Road at the border of Lake Oswego and Portland. Bloom Festival is a family friendly event with live music, local organic food, workshops, games and more.

Special entertainment will be provided by ClownSnotBombs, who will provide clown workshops, face painting and a circus performance called “Spaghetti Western.” Kaleidoscope Community Yoga will facilitate the making of human mandalas through play and collaboration.

Bloom Festival is a fundraiser for TLC Farm’s educational programs. Donations are gladly accepted.

There will be no onsite parking so carpooling is highly recommended. Shuttle service may be arranged. Check tryonfarm.org for more details.

Help TRAG make art for community giveaway

The public is invited to attend the monthly meeting of Three Rivers Artist Guild at 7 p.m. Monday at Pioneer Community Center, 615 Fifth St., Oregon City. The group is painting wood disks for an art abandonment community giveaway. All art supplies will be provided and no artistic skill is required.

The TRAG-tagged painted disks will be abandoned for people to find at the Carnegie Art Show June 21, at the First City Celebration in Oregon City July 26 and at the Hopkins Forest of Arts events Oct. 4 and 5.

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