Saturday, March 18, 2023

St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Elks Temple

Elks Temple

Live music starting at 1pm

All ages welcome

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About St. Patrick's Day Celebration

St. Patrick's Day Celebration

The leprechauns are on our side, bringing us rainbows and merriment for St. Patrick's Day. Join us for food & drink specials, McMenamins own Irish Stout, live music and plenty of hijinks.

Live Music and Entertainment

Saturday, March 18

Spanish Ballroom
Pinniped * 1-3:30pm
Darin & Kyle Band * 4:30-7pm
The Fun Police * 8-11pm

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Bagpiper - Jeremy Shilley * 5-5:30pm

 

About The Fun Police

Folk, reggae & punk

The Fun Police

Living in these modern times, one can always find constant reminders of the laws that protect us from danger, and also in some cases, fun. In that irony lies the birthplace of The Fun Police. Gradually rounding out a few tunes, the original members drew inspiration upon the adventures of exploring throughout rural Washington. From this point began the recruitment process. Only the trusted could join, no corrupt elements were allowed. The Fun Police have a lot of history together, musically and personally. The songs sung by this fun force were composed of floating rivers, spelunking vacant mines, pub crawling sidewalks, and summoning a higher power in the presence of a campfire.

 

About The Kyle and Darin Band

The Kyle and Darin Band

The Kyle and Darin Band are a piano, and acoustic guitar combo, from the Olympia area. Inspired by Seattle’s era of Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Nirvana, they cover songs by those artists and a variety of others such as Matchbox 20, Bush, Weezer, Tonic, and Fuel. Also all the way back in time to Led Zepplin and The Beatles. With their 10+ years of experience performing live individually, the Kyle and Darin Band bring high energy, passion and love of music to the stage.

About Pinniped

Pinniped

Puget-Sound based Pinniped plays tunes flowing from the Celtic tradition, with old and new pieces from Ireland, Quebec, and even farther afield.

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