arts & culture 2013
Contact the EAAC:
PO Box 958
Estacada, OR 97023
Phone: (503) 631-3898  or   (503) 630-8270
 


Locations of Events:

  • The Springwater Grange is located at 24591 S Wallens Rd. (corner of S Wallens Rd. & Springwater Rd) - 5 miles south of Estacada.


For more information about the auditorium and scheduled events, click here.
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A multi-generational troupe of local actors 
perform this humorous classic.

Presented by the 
Performing Arts Group of Estacada (PAGE)
Thursday-Sunday, March 14, 15, 16 at 7pm, March 17 at 2 pm
Estacada Auditorium – Donations gratefully accepted

www.pagetheater.com




















A fun-filled melodrama presented by The Springwater Players
March 15 & 16, 6:30 dinner theater; March 17, 2pm; March 22, 7pm
Springwater Grange; Call 503-630-6238 for Reservations; $10, $15














DoJump! 
Extremely Physical Theater
A unique blend of theater, dance, acrobatics, 
creative visuals and live music!
Presented by Estacada Together
Thursday, April 4, 7 pm; Estacada Auditorium 
$5, $7, $20, under 5 free.















Sixth Annual Teeny Tiny Film Festival
A screening of short (under 10 minutes) independent films; 
awards will be given.
Saturday, April 6, 7pm; Estacada Auditorium 
Donations gratefully accepted
http://teenytinyfilm.zxq.net











Writer’s Night 
Well-known regional writers read from their works. 
Hosted by Stevan Allred.
Presented by Estacada Area Arts Commission (EAAC)
Saturday, April 20, 7 pm; Springwater Grange 
Donations gratefully accepted















A Small Fire, by Adam Bock
A touching and humorous staged reading by the 
professional actors of Clackamas Repertory Theater.
Presented by Estacada Area Arts Commission.
Some adult language.
Sunday, April 28, 3 pm; Springwater Grange
Donations gratefully accepted











The Conversation Project
A series of public discussions on provocative issues 
led by prominent scholars.

 Presented by Oregon Humanities and 
co-sponsored by EAAC and Estacada Public Library

Tuesday, May 7, A City’s Center: 
Rethinking Downtown, Nan Laurence
Tuesday, May 14, Lessons from Lincoln: 
Is Political Bipartisanship Possible, Richard W. Etulain
Tuesday, May 21, Beyond Bars: 
Reenvisioning the Prison System, Walidah Imarisha

All at 7 pm in the Flora Room of Estacada Public Library 
Donations gratefully accepted













SPILL
by Reeva Wortel and Leigh Fondakowski

A new play and visual installation inspired by the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. 
Presented by Estacada Together
Saturday, May 18, 7 pm; Estacada Auditorium; $5, $7, $20
Artist Reception, Friday, May 17, 7 pm; 
the Flora Room of Estacada Public Library























COMING JULY 26 & 27 
THE ESTACADA SUMMER CELEBRATION! 
www.estacadasc.org