If there’s two things I’m not a fan of, its bellies and dancing. However, combine them and you’ve got something special. Odd Fellows’ Tribal Style Bellydance happens every Thursday and is always a good time. Everyone is welcome, and the class is available to all ages and skill levels. You a teen? You dance for freezies. For info, visit http://www.tribalrisingdance.com/
It’s first Thursday, and you know what that means: it’s time to laugh so hard you should probably wear a diaper. Accidents happen! Corvallis kills in comedy, and Cloud’s delivers. For more info visit http://www.cloudandkellys.com/
Rainbow in the Clouds is an LGBT & friends dance night that happens every first Friday of the month. Guess what day it is? First Friday. Boom. For more information, you should skedaddle on over to http://www.cloudandkellys.com/.
Interzone, 1563 NW Monroe Ave. 6:30 p.m. All ages, no one turned away. $5 donation to the traveling acts.
Oh lordy! This is going to be amazing. There’s so much to this show, I’m going to throw the press release right at you: “Show includes the following: from New York, The Grasping Straws featuring guitar, vocal, cello, violin, & hand percussion instruments, from Norway via Argentina, Annie Woodward, from The Great Pacific Northwest, bitz ‘n’ bitz featuring voice & electronics, and strictly from hunger, Miss P Ukulele & Her Manservant Maggot will venture out from under the woodpile with voice, ukulele, electronic audio shredders, waveform folders, slew limiters, and ring modulators.” For updated info, call (541) 754-5965.
When I get drunk with my dog, things get weird… but it doesn’t have to be that way for you. Hang out on the grass between Woodstock’s Pizza and Coffee Culture with your pup and have a drink or two with fellow animal lovers in the community. Attendance is free, but you better bring your wallet for the delicious food and drink!. For more info visit https://www.facebook.com/events/174348429931716/
The Corvallis Community Band doing what they do best: great free concerts on the grass. Bring a chair or blanket, maybe a jacket (who knows what is up with this eather…) Guest conductor this week is Mark Rasmussen. Perfect way to enjoy a summer evening.
What’s a Jazz Jam, exactly? It’s when an awesome group of musicians bring a drum kit and some other stuff, then they play cool jazz stuff on it, and you (yes, you) can sign up and jump on in. This is a great event for both playing and listening! For info, visit facebook.com/corvallisfunkandjazzjam.