Featured image: Hello, Vancouver! host Temple Lentz behind the scenes at the September 2017 show (photo credit: Bloom Photography NW)
Vancouver, Washington’s live home-grown variety show, Hello, Vancouver!, returns tomorrow, November 15, to the Warehouse 23’s event space at 100 Columbia Street with an eclectic lineup:
- Susan Armitage, Washington State University Professor Emeritus and author of Shaping the Public Good: Women Making History in the Pacific Northwest, is an authority on the roles of women in the American West. Her book was a 2017 finalist for the Oregon Book Award.
- Author Alexandra Franzen is publishing her new book, You’re Going to Survive, in December. Her book provides tips for handling stressful, discouraging times in your career.
- Local celebrities will compete in a lively game of turkey bowling and help the audience win prizes.
- Erin Beck, from Nautilus Cares/Good Sport Equipment Connection, will talk about how this new community of non-profit organizations, corporate sponsors, and public schools help kids in Clark County fully participate in school and extracurricular sports. The organization seeks gently-used sports equipment and financial donations to help them support these kids. Nautilus is headquartered in Vancouver.
- Princess Z and the Unicorn Tamers, a local three-piece band led by Sheila Zook, will perform two of their latest songs.
Doors open at 6 p.m. The show begins at 7 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m., with a 10-minute intermission.
Tickets are $10 general admission and $18 premium, which includes a drink, goodie bag, and priority seating at the cabaret tables in front of the stage (buy tickets).
Parking is available in the lot for the event space and on the street.
Hello Vancouver!, hosted by Temple Lentz and High Five Media, is an all-volunteer production filmed live every other month at Warehouse 23. View video excerpts from past shows at the Hello Vancouver! website.