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Whirled Pies, Eugene 97401


199 W. 8th
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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Today's Shows

Jon Bilenki's Student Recital

 

Sun, December 16, 2018 (1:00pm - 3:00pm PST )
Jon Bilenki's Student Recital
Jon Bilenki's Student Recital

Come join us in celebrating the talent of out local kids! Free for everyone.

Upcoming Shows

Mon, December 17, 2018 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PST )
Muse Art Mondays
Muse Art Mondays
Tue, December 18, 2018 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PST )
Left Coast Community Events presents CBD: Medical Life Stories presented
Left Coast Community Events presents CBD: Medical Life Stories presented

Left Coast Community Events will present an educational seminar entitled CBD Medical Life Stories featuring Adam Jacques, Tanesha Smelser, Cassie Peters and a live broadcast from Shelly Brodeur Waterman from Vermont at Whirled Pies on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Part of a new series entitled CBD: Managing Health, the CBD Medical Life Stories seminar will examine the trials and tribulations of managing CBD medicine, especially in children. Jacques will detail his experience breeding CBD strains and helping people all over the country find safe, legal CBD medicine for their family members. Smelser will describe her experience managing CBD for pediatrics. Peters will explain why CBD is still in perpetual purgatory legally. Brodeur Waterman will broadcast her experience assisting Vermont families of children with special needs manage CBD as medicine. Sponsored by Eugene OG, the lecture will begin at 6 p.m. A donation fee will be requested either in advance or at the door. Advance donation tickets will be available on Friday, November 9, 2018 from the Left Coast Community Events website. Best known for his work with and breeding of some of the most iconic CBD strains on Earth, Adam Jacques is a cannabis industry consultant, medical cannabis expert and breeder from Eugene. In 2016 Adam was awarded Most Influential in the Industry specifically for his work with seizure disorders and CBD development. Jacques is a regular speaker at cannabis industry events across the country focusing on breeding unique genetics, cannabis oil treatments, and cultivation. He is also active on his podcast JacquesCast available on Youtube and SoundCloud. Jacques is also a regular contributor to GROW Magazine. The Executive Director for The Forrest Initiative, Tanesha Smelser is a native Oregonian and passionate advocate for the pediatric cannabis population. Smelser has spent the entirety of her professional life in healthcare. From administrative to nursing, cutting edge hospitals to struggling rehabilitation facilities; supporting those in need sits at the center of her calling. Smelser is married to her partner of eighteen years. Together they four teenagers. One was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2014. Her mother and brother would follow suit with epilepsy diagnoses in the subsequent year. Today, Smelser is humbled by her role as. Currently TFI supports 70% of the pediatric medical cannabis patients and their families in the Pacific Northwest. Driven by a desire to provide clients with individualized legal services, Cassie Peters founded Cassie Peters Legal + Consulting, LLC to serve clients throughout Oregon. Cassie helps clients understand and navigate both basic and complex legal matters, while creating customized solutions that allow her clients to focus on achieving their goals. Cassie brings an integrated approach to her practice, drawing on her experience as an entrepreneur, tax preparer, researcher, consultant, and attorney. Prior to her legal career, Cassie was the owner of Dark Hollow, a hemp clothing business based in Eugene. After earning her law degree from University of Oregon School of Law and a master’s degree in agriculture and food law from the University of Arkansas, she produced an in-depth report on rural local food system infrastructure, ran a local food nonprofit organization, and helped launch a quarterly food and farm magazine. She has also published several legal articles exploring land use, regulation, and incentives for urban agriculture and stronger local food systems. Through these diverse experiences, Cassie has developed a deep understanding of the interplay between federal, state, and local law and an appreciation of the powerful impact collaboration, support services, and access to information have on businesses operating in today’s fast-paced environment. Shelly Brodeur Waterman of the Vermont Family Network will broadcast from Vermont her experience empowering and supporting all Vermont families of children with special needs throughout the state by giving a strong start, lifting family’s voices, and advancing inclusive communities. The lecture presentation is the second of a planned series entitled CBD: Managing Health and is produced by Left Coast Community Events, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency dedicated to producing educational events. http://www.leftcoastcommunityevents.org/ http://www.leftcoastcommunityevents.org/willamettevalleyhomegrowers.html https://www.facebook.com/leftcoastcommunityevents https://www.facebook.com/TheForrestInitiative/ https://www.facebook.com/cassiepeterslegalandconsulting/ http://cassiepeters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VermontFamilyNetwork/ https://www.facebook.com/VermontFamilyNetwork http://oregonhomegrownchallenge.com/ https://www.facebook.com/oregonhomegrownchallenge/

$10
Wed, December 19, 2018 (4:00pm - 6:00pm PST )
The Jazz Cafe live Broadcast
The Jazz Cafe live Broadcast
Wed, December 19, 2018 (6:30pm - 9:30pm PST )
Whirled Music Series, The Avalonians
Whirled Music Series, The Avalonians

It's Early. It's Often. ...& It's Free! Every *Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm, Whirled Pies showcases local and regional musical talent. It's family-friendly and family-priced (free) so come, eat, drink, tap a foot or whirl your partner. *These performances will occasionally be preempted by other scheduled events. Check our calendar at whirledpies.com

Free
Thu, December 20, 2018 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PST )
Whirled Music Series, Rick Zar
Whirled Music Series, Rick Zar

It's Early. It's Often. ...& It's Free! Every *Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm, Whirled Pies showcases local and regional musical talent. It's family-friendly and family-priced (free) so come, eat, drink, tap a foot or whirl your partner. *These performances will occasionally be preempted by other scheduled events. Check our calendar at whirledpies.com

Free
Fri, December 21, 2018 (6:00pm - 9:00pm PST )
Pau Hana Fridays presents Happy Hawaiian Holidays featuring JD (Pmaikai) Puli
Pau Hana Fridays presents Happy Hawaiian Holidays featuring JD (Pōmaika’i) Puli

Pau Hana Fridays presents Happy Hawaiian Holidays featuring JD (Pōmaika’i) Puli. JD is a Hawaiian music artist, originally from Oahu, Hawaii currently living in California. JD is also skilled in numerous instruments, including bass, ukulele, guitar, drums and piano. He has performed with various artists such as Weldon Kekauoha, Mailani Makainai and Sean Na’auao. This event will also feature hula performances by Eugene’s own Halau Hula o Na Pua o Hawaii Nei. Proceeds from this event with benefit The Blondie Project, a fundraiser for cancer patients at the Willamette Valley Cancer Institute. Food and drinks will be available for purchase from Whirled Pies. Tickets $10-15, free for children 12 and under.


Sun, December 23, 2018 (6:30pm - 8:30pm PST )
A Christmas Carol In Prose (Free Event)
A Christmas Carol In Prose (Free Event)

A Christmas Carol in Prose. Free to the Public.


Wed, December 26, 2018 (4:00pm - 6:00pm PST )
The Jazz Cafe live Broadcast
The Jazz Cafe live Broadcast
Thu, December 27, 2018 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PST )
Whirled Music Series, Jim Carr
Whirled Music Series, Jim Carr

It's Early. It's Often. ...& It's Free! Every *Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm, Whirled Pies showcases local and regional musical talent. It's family-friendly and family-priced (free) so come, eat, drink, tap a foot or whirl your partner. *These performances will occasionally be preempted by other scheduled events. Check our calendar at whirledpies.com

Free
Fri, December 28, 2018 (7:00pm - 11:00pm PST )
Beat Crunchers
Beat Crunchers

The BeatCrunchers have grown in scope and enchanted audiences from the WOW Hall to Oregon Country Fair to Honk Fest West, getting all the booties shaking with their mighty Brazilian percussion, exuberant funky horns, and live analog effects. Incorporating members from bands such as Kef, Samba Ja, The Klezmonauts, Phos4escence and Ziriguidum, the BeatCrunchers perform original material and creative covers based on everything danceable including but not limited to: Balkan melodies, Afro-Pop classics, modern hip hop, the old school soul canon, reggae favorites, Mozart and Rachmaninov and 1980's cartoons.

$5.00
Wed, February 6, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm PST )
Dirt Nasty, Mickey Avalon
Dirt Nasty, Mickey Avalon

Simon Rex was first introduced to television audiences as an MTV VJ. Soon after, Simon hit fame and popularity delving into acting on shows such as Felicity, Jack and Jill, and What I Like About You. Rex also made guest appearances on Baywatch, Everwood, and Summerland and starred in the Lifetime Series, Monarch Cove. He has also acted in feature films including Scary Movie 3, Karate Dog, Superhero Movie, Scary Movie 4 Hotel California, King Of The Avenue, and Scary Movie 5. As his alter ego “Dirty Nasty,” actor, musician, producer, and comedian, Simon Rex has developed a die-hard and rabid fan-base across the world since the release of his debut rap-comedy albums 2007 release. Dirt’s second album (2010’s “Nasty As I Wanna Be”) debuted and stayed at the top of Billboard’s comedy charts for weeks and featured guests such as Ke$ha, LMFAO and others. His music and persona have excitedly received a cult following which are not only dominant on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Vine and iTunes; but at his sold out shows and concerts across the globe. Most recently, Simon (or Dirt Nasty) teamed up with super-producer Diplo, and his friends Andy Milonakis and Riff Raff to form the group “Three Loco.” November of 2012 saw the release of an 8-song album on Diplo’s own Mad Decent record label which garnished them critical acclaim from the likes of MTV, Pitchfork, Vice Magazine and Perez Hilton just to name a few. August 20, 2013 marks the release of Simon’s third album as Dirt Nasty entitled “Palatial.”

$25.00
Sat, February 9, 2019 (10:30pm - 2:00am PST Sunday)
Warren G
ChochyCity Ent. presents Warren G

Warren G grew up in Long Beach, California listening to his parents’ collection of jazz, funk, and soul, nurturing a deep love for music. In 1990, he formed the group 213, named after the Long Beach area code, with his friends Nate Dogg and Snoop Dogg. (The area code in Long Beach, California was later changed to 562). While practicing with 213, and working a full-time job, the young Warren used all his free time creating his own sound and aspired to make it big. The trio 213 dissolved when two of its members signed with Death Row Records. Throughout his early solo career, Warren G worked with artists like MC Breed and 2Pac, but his big break came when his vocal collaboration with Mista Grimm, on “Indo Smoke”, appeared on the Poetic Justice soundtrack (1992). Warren’s outstanding rap led to a serious collaboration with his stepbrother Dr. Dre. Dedicated to hard work, that same year, Warren G made major contributions to Dr. Dre’s album The Chronic (released in December 1992), including sampling for “Nuthin’ but a G-Thang”. Worldwide recognition as a solo artist came immediately after Warren G dropped the smash hit “Regulate”; a duet with Nate Dogg, which topped the charts in 1994. The accompanying album Regulate…G Funk Era (1994) went triple platinum with “This D.J.”, becoming Warren’s second Top 20 hit. The album sold four million copies worldwide, with three million of those sold in the US (certified 3x platinum). Had Warren G signed with Death Row, he would have been one of the label’s biggest selling acts at the time. 1994 would also see Warren G doing a track with former NBA Slam Dunk Champion and NBA All-Star Cedric Ceballos on B-Ball’s Best Kept Secret, a rap album with tracks done almost exclusively by early 1990s NBA players. He would score a #2 hit on the UK singles chart with Adina Howard with “What’s Love Got to Do With It”, from the soundtrack album to the movie Supercop (1992). Warren G’s second album, Take a Look Over Your Shoulder (1997, Reality), features two singles: the hit “I Shot the Sheriff”(US #20, UK#2), a gold single in the US; and “Smokin’ Me Out” (US #35, UK#14). However, with the G-Funk sound declining in popularity in America by this time, the album only went gold, selling just over 500,000 copies; a far cry from the 3 million sales of his debut CD. Together with the Norwegian superstar soprano Sissel Kyrkjebø, Warren G had a hit in several European countries with “Prince Igor” on the concept album The Rapsody Overture (1998). The album combined American rappers with European opera singers. Sissel sang an aria from Borodin’s opera Prince Igor (first performed in 1890)during the chorus, while Warren rapped the lyrics from his song “Reality” off “Take a look over your shoulder”. Warren G had signed to the independent label Restless Records by the release of his third album I Want It All (1999). The album offered a jazz-rock fusion style and featured a host of guests including Snoop Dogg, Mack 10, Kurupt, and Eve. The first single, “I Want It All” (US #23), sampled the song “I Like It” by DeBarge and went gold. Second single “Game Don’t Wait” peaked at #58 on the US R&B Chart. The album was certified platinum in the US. For his fourth album, Warren G returned to major label distribution; Universal Records released his The Return of the Regulator (2001). The album had one single released, “Lookin’ at You”, which peaked at #72 on the R&B singles chart. By 2004, Warren G, Snoop Dogg, and Nate Dogg had reunited their group 213 and released the album The Hard Way on TVT Records, which contained the single “Groupie Luv”. The song topped at #48 on the R&B chart. The album, however, peaked at #4 on the US Top 200 Albums chart, and was certified gold. Warren G released his next new album, In the Mid-Nite Hour October 11, 2005. In December 2005, he signed with UniqueInc LTD (UK); the UK & Éire, Craze Productions of London did the digital distribution and sales on mobile and online, and Hawino Records did the same for the North America release. That year, Warren G also appeared on the reality television show Celebrity Fit Club. In 2006, he produced the theme song for Ice Cube’s TV show, Black. White. On March 22, Warren G made a song called “Mr. President”, addressing the 2008 presidential candidate race and encouraged everyone to vote. He also appeared in Celebrity Rap Superstar as a mentor. Three of Warren G’s albums have featured a song by 213: “Game Don’t Wait”, which appeared on his third album I Want It All. “Yo’ Sassy Ways” appeared on his fourth album The Return of the Regulator; and “PYT” appeared on his fifth album In the Mid-Nite Hour (2005). In 2009, he released his sixth studio album titled The G Files. After the death of Nate Dogg in March 2011, Warren G released the song “This Is Dedicated To You” to honor his childhood friend and close musical collaborator. The song received positive reviews and continues to perform well. To honor Nate Dogg’s life and work, all proceeds from the sale of this song went directly to Nate Dogg’s mother, family, and charity organization. Although deeply affected by Nate Dogg’s death Warren G has carried on as a solo artist, working on multiple projects, and he has made multiple public appearances to promote various charities and musical venues. Overall, Warren G has sold eight to ten million records. From June to September 2013, Warren G accompanied Baby Bash, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik, E-40, Mack 10, Suga Free, Tha Dogg Pound, and others on the West Coast Fest tour.

$30/$35