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Learn benefits of feng shui for home, office

Certified feng shui designer Judith Eliot McDonald will present a free introductory talk on how feng shui can benefit your home, office and life at 2 p.m. Oct. 29 at Thrive Yoga and Wellness, 502 Seventh St. in Oregon City. McDonald practices Black Sect Tibetan Feng Shui and she has studied with Grand Master Thomas Lin Yun and others. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or register online at thriveyogaoc.com/workshops-events/fengshui.

Arts Council issues call to artists

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego, which administers Lake Oswego’s award-winning public art program, the Gallery Without Walls, is issuing a call to artists to be considered for the next Gallery Without Walls exhibit.

The exhibit currently includes more than 70 sculptures from regionally, nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. Up to 30 works of art, on loan from the artists, are displayed for a period of two years throughout Lake Oswego’s central business district on a rotating basis and are available for sale.

Interested artists can obtain information about submitting qualifications and proposals online at artscouncillo.org.

The next exhibit is scheduled for installation in summer 2017. Materials must be received by 5 p.m. Nov. 7. Submissions will be juried by a committee of Lake Oswego citizens with backgrounds in art and art history.

For more information, call Lori Goldstein at 503-675-2531.

New Century Players to present “Glorious!”

The New Century Players Community Theatre will present “Glorious!” a comedy about a singer oblivious to her own lack of talent.

Set in 1940’s New York, everyone wanted to see Florence Foster Jenkins, an enthusiastic soprano sing live. Known as the First Lady of the Sliding Scale, she warbles and screeches her way through performances, spurring audiences to collapse in laughter. But this delusional songstress pays little attention to the critics; instead, she surrounds herself with a circle of devoted friends almost as eccentric as she is. Based on a true story, the play spins from her charity recitals and extravagant balls to an ultimate triumph at Carnegie Hall.

Performances are set for Nov. 4-20, with 7:30 p.m. performances on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. performances on Sunday at Rex Putnam Blackbox Theatre, 4950 S.E. Roethe Road in Milwaukie. Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 for seniors and $10 for students at the door or online at newcenturyplayers.org.

Call 503-367-2620 for more information.