Monday, December 31, 2018

2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

Anderson School

Live music 9 pm - 12:30 am


21 and over

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About 2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

Make it a night to remember by booking one of our exclusive overnight packages and partying to live music. Click here to make your reservation!


Haynes' Hall
Glass of Hearts • Blondie tribute band • 9 pm - 12:30 am • $20

Patty Murray Room
Coyote Willow • 9 pm - 12:30 am • Free admission


• Lodging for two in a cozy guestroom, including surprise amenities
• $140 per couple to be spent at your discretion on dinner and drinks in our restaurants
• Admission to the New Year's Eve Bash with live music 
• A sparkling wine toast at midnight
• $30 credit for breakfast on New Year's Day in our restaurant

$470 to $510 per couple

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About Glass of Hearts

Glass of Hearts

Formed by guitarist Matt Bradley in 2014 to fulfill a local need and exorcise a desire to play some of the greatest music put onto vinyl, Glass of Hearts started small and has been building a powerhouse ever since.  Over the years they've added a number of quality players from the local scene; including a drummer from Baldie, an all male Blondie tribute that played in the  90's, and a local actress and model with pitch perfect vocal control and raw energy to match. 

 Together they've built a look and sound to give you the show you missed from Blondie's first time around.  Combining all the hits with deep cuts and a few surprises, Glass of Hearts prides themselves on a tight, polished, energetic show for fans and casual listeners alike.  Glass of Hearts will bring the music, you just need to bring your dancing shoes and a positive attitude.  

Glass of Hearts, the northwest's premier Blondie tribute.




About Coyote Willow

Coyote Willow

Coyote Willow blends progressive Folk and Americana, with hints of Celtic influence, for an extraordinary mix of vocal harmony, haunting instrumentals and foot-stomping rhythms. Their exciting combination of cello, guitar and rich vocals combine to take you on a musical journey that will have you laughing, crying, dancing and celebrating the rhythms of life. This artistic partnership of genre-crossing styles flows from Tim Coffey's soulful baritone voice and Kat Hilst's powerful cello, with styles ranging from folk, blues, rock to intriguingly complex instrumentals. Their new CD, "Raising the Barn" was recently named one of the top 5 releases in Central Oregon for 2016 by The Bend Bulletin. In the last year, the duo has opened for national acts such as Robert Earl Keen, Shawn Mullins and Sean Watkins (of Nickel Creek).

Coyote Willow's unique sound hails from a blend of diverse musical backgrounds. Kat Hilst started playing piano at 5, graduating from Oberlin Conservatory. She grew up playing the violin and later switched to the cello. Tim Coffey hit the road at 19, spending 20 years as a professional touring backup guitarist. Their talents attracted the attention of Breedlove Guitars, who invited them to join their stable of artists. The duo is a regional favorite, performing multiple venues, festivals and private events throughout the Pacific Northwest year round.

Press quote: Coyote Willow has a "penchant for making the personal universal in their songs." ~ Brian McElhiney, The Bend Bulletin (Oregon), January 29, 2016

Photo Credit: Gary Calicott Photography