Best Bets – September 15, 2014

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 Tuesday, September 16th

CIRQUE PEKING

LAXSON AUDITORIUM

The National Acrobats Of The People’s Republic Of China are not human. They’re superhuman. They are Chinese. In the group’s latest Cirque Peking you will see things you always suspected MIGHT be possible to accomplish with a body, but never really believed would happen. The colors, the costumes, the dances, the sets; it’s all positively mindblowing. Buy tickets at the University Box Office: $30 adults, $28 seniors, $18 youth, $10 students. 7:30pm


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Saturday, September 20th

NPR MUSIC SALE & CONCERT

CHICO WOMEN’S CLUB

This is an all-day, FREE show at the Women’s Club, and it gets so much better than that: North State Public Radio is clearing out their music library. And I mean clearing it the FUCK out; Nolan Ford told me CDs would cost fifty cents, and vinyls would cost $1-$2. Performing live for your enjoyment will be Pat Hull, Robin Bacior, The Mondegreens, Electric Canyon Convergence, The Amblers, Bird And Wag, and Broken Rodeo. Free, 11am-8pm.


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 Saturday, September 20th

A TINY HOUSE VILLAGE FILM PREMIERE

PAGEANT THEATRE

The Tiny House Movement is a thing. A lot of people are beginning to realize they want a home, don’t need a lot of room, and can actually build a pretty amazing, ecologically responsible house themselves. Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) explored Tiny House projects throughout the northwest, and made a short film about it. Suggest donation: $5 for every room in your house. 2pm.


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Sunday, September 21st

EARTHDANCE CHICO 2014

LOWER BIDWELL PARK

Chico is so cool that we has one of the biggest, best parks ever. Chico is so cool that we just have our own free festivals sometimes. Come to Cedar Grove (bathrooms, bridge, where Shakespeare In The Park used to be, etc.) and experience global, peaceful, connected community, man. Over 7 bands playing all day, including Bogg and Soul Union, vendors, dance, art, and more. Free, 11am-7:30pm.

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