The Portland Open Bible Church makes providing for others a year round focus, but has begun to make their Christmas concert an annual tradition. We are honored to have been asked to be a part of it this year! You can come and jam from 5 - 6:30 p.m. and then sit back and enjoy the bands for a donation of $5 plus all the non-perishable food you can spare. All donations are tax deductible. At the Portland Open Bible Church their purpose and focus to offer assistance to those in need with their Community Pantry ministry. The food pantry serves local families by providing essential groceries during tough economic times. With 19.9% of our local area adults below the poverty level and 23% of children living in poverty there is a great need. The food pantry is run solely on donations. The pantry serves all areas in the State of Oregon. The institution is an equal opportunity provider. They believe everyone who is a customer of the pantry should be treated with dignity and respect. They recognize the great diversity in our community and strive to also provide food selections on our shelves that address those cultural differences in addition to our regular items. Everyone is welcome and served regardless of race, creed, color or belief system. They are community focused and wish to make a positive impact by initially ending hunger and in the future addressing the many other issues and needs that affect people living here.
Eat Off Your Banjo Concert Series. Perfomance 8:00 to 10:00 pm.
Performance from 8 to 10 pm. Dinner and Live Bluegrass by Puddletown Ramblers. Free show!
Show 6:00 - 8:00 pm
We are the second act.
Sounds Like: The Blue Sky Boys
Label: Raindrop Entertainment
Manager: David Peterson
Bio: Puddletown Ramblers is an experienced five piece band founded in 1995 who performs original compositions, Traditional Bluegrass, Americana and Acoustic music utilizing soulful lead and harmony vocals and dynamic, tasteful instrumentals. Puddletown Ramblers are based in Portland, Oregon and travel...See Full Bio
"We had a great time last night. Thanks to the Puddletown Ramblers for a great show. The best thing about them was that they weren’t slick, just great songs delivered straight up. Lots of bad jokes, and I’m a great fan of bad jokes. I love a joke that makes me groan, even before the punch line. I liked everything about it.”