Evening of Healing - Patricia Bay and Randy McGinnis

Saturday, March 7

Doors open at 6:30pm; performance starts at 7pm

Tickets: $15 in advance/ $20 at the door

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Randy McGinnis, Native American Flutist and Dr. Patricia Bay, LMFT combine their musical and therapeutic talents to bring an evening of HEALING THROUGH MUSIC.

Randy McGinnis is the Native American Flutist of the Year (2017) and has won numerous other awards. He is a Cherokee Native American and brings his incredibly beautiful and rich culture to the stage. Speaking in his Native language along with his haunting music, he creates an unforgettable atmosphere.

Dr. Patricia Bay, LMFT, combines her 34-years of private practice experience, hypnotherapy training and healing wisdom, along with her Native American Flute music. Her successful book and podcast, Therapy in a Nutshell, has already helped thousands find healing within themselves.

Together, Randy and Dr. Patty are presenting an evening of relaxation, awareness and healing. If you enjoy being taken away into beautiful music, join us for a truly joyful experience.

Read all about Randy on his website www.randymcginnis.com and listen to samples of his music from his five CD’s. You may also listen to his channel on Spotify and YouTube.

Doors open at 6:30 pm with the concert starting at 7 pm. Seating is limited. Tickets $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

This is a benefit concert for Shasta County Arts Council

A Woman's Place is in Her Home

Friday, March 27

Old City Hall   |   1313 Market Street

Doors: 6:30pm   |    Opening: 7:00pm

 

Tickets: $15 online and at the door. Click here to buy (service fees apply)

 

An Arcata Playhouse production.

 

A Woman’s Place is in Her Home grew out a year of research including audio interviews, story circles, visits with houseless women, conversations with advocates, volunteers, social services, police, elected officials and community members. Writers Jacqueline Dandeneau, Ali Freedlund and Tammy Rae Scott worked collaboratively to develop the script with the Ensemble using theater, dance and media to bring the research to life. The initial performances played to sold out houses with demands that it must be done again from audience members. After every performance, the cast and crew engaged in talk back sessions where over 50 audience members stayed and they lasted over and hour.

David Short - Sax Therapy

Sunday, March 29

Old City Hall   |   1313 Market Street

Doors: 2:30pm   |    Opening: 3:00pm

 

Tickets: Online advance – $13 (click here);   At the door – adults – $15;   Students – FREE!

 

Dave Short’s Sax Therapy featuring young up and coming musicians performing some originals, band favorites and NEA Jazzmaster Wayne Shorter.

Saxes: Jeff Jones, Dave Short, Mitch Hawley, Brenden Fredrick, Cameron Sewell-Snyder, Greg Takemoto.

Bass- Bruce Calin
Guitar- Bernie Baker
Piano- Cleveland Boney and Caden Potter
Drums- Mike Costa
Vocals – Noel Ross

https://www.facebook.com/scac.tv/videos/1928346654137853/

 

About this Event

Join us as we host Dr. Kathleen Riley to present a screening of the new documentary and hear her journey as a musician and Optimal Performance Coach. Learn to live with a higher level of consciousness and intention in performance and every area of life in this private documentary screening, discussion, Q&A session, and reception.