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    Name: Hello Vancouver!
    Date: November 15, 2017
    Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM PST
    Event Description:

    Hello Vancouver! 

    Join us for the last show of 2017 with incredible guests and new surprises! On November 15, 2017, Hello Vancouver! will be in the event rooms at Warehouse ‘23, Vancouver’s hottest event space! You’ll have a great view from any seat, with our live broadcast of the show on the large screen!

    Reserve tickets here: http://tinyurl.com/HVNOV15.

    General admission seating is open seating. Premiere seating guarantees a reserved seat in the new comedy club-style seating area down front, and ALSO includes a drink ticket and a goody bag!

    Visit our New Pop-Up Shop Mixer!

    This month, check out the return of our pop-up shop mixer before the show! Doors open at 6pm, and you can get a drink, network and socialize, and visit our vendors and sponsors to find out about the wide array of products and services they offer! It’s coming up on holiday time, so do some early gift shopping! The Pop-Up Shop Mixer will close at 7:15 for the show, and re-open afterwards if you just can’t get enough!

    Check Out This Lineup!

    Susan Armitage, WSU Professor Emerita and Author of Shaping the Public Good: Women Making History in the Pacific Northwest

    Susan Armitage is an American historian and emeritus professor at Washington State University in Pullman. She is an authority on women in the American West, and was one of the first scholars to consider the role of women in the American West. Shaping the Public Good was a 2017 Finalist for the Oregon Book Award.

    Alexandra Franzen, Writer and Speaker, author of You’re Going to Survive

    Alex Franzen writes about creativity, productivity, goal-setting, handling adversity, disappointment and fear, and how we can all use our gifts to create a positive ripple in the world. She has been featured in Time, Forbes, Newsweek, The Atlantic, Inc., and many more venues. You’re Going to Survive, publishing in December, focuses on ways to deal with stressful, discouraging times in your career. Other projects include 50 Ways to Say You’re Awesome and a novel called So This Is The End.

    Local Celebrity Turkey Bowling!

    Nothing helps get you ready for the holidays like a rousing game of turkey bowling! We are inviting local celebrities to show us what they’ve got and bowl to help audience members win prizes!

    Nautilus Cares / Good Sport Equipment Connection

    The GSEC is a new community collaboration of non-profit organizations, corporate sponsors, and public schools working together to provide kids in Clark COunty with the resources they need to fully participate in school and extra-curricular sports. Donations of gently-used sports equipment and financial donations will help level the playing field for kids across our community. Nautilus Cares, the community benefit program of Nautilus, is a major sponsor of the program. Erin Beck will join us to speak about Nautilus Cares and the Good Sport Equipment Connection.

    Princess Z and the Unicorn Tamers

    You will LOVE the sound of this new combo fronted by Sheila Zook, also known as Princess Z! A small three-piece band with an incredible sound, they’ll give us two of the new songs they’ve been working on.

    More details:

    The show begins at 7:15pm in the event space at Warehouse ‘23.

    Doors open at 6pm.

    Pop-Up Shop Mixer runs 6-7:15pm and 830-9pm

    Parking available on-street and in designated event parking on the north side of the street. Please park in the designated lot across the street, so restaurant patrons can still park.

    Reserve your tickets at: http://tinyurl.com/HVNOV15

    No-host bar inside the lobby, and dinner before or after available at WareHouse ‘23 restaurant right next door!


    Let’s change the dialogue … by actually having a dialogue. Every episode, we’ll talk about a community issue that’s flying under the radar and could use a little more attention. What’s really going on? Who is involved and what are they doing? What do we, as community members, need to know?


    This town is just crawling with interesting people doing interesting things. The second segment of each episode of Hello Vancouver features something light and fun — entertainment and activities you might not even known we had here!


    Seriously, we have some incredible bands here in Vancouver and Clark County. Every episode, we’ll feature a local band or musical act as our musical guest. They’ll play a few songs for us, chat with the host, and tell us what they’re working on. *Ahem* They’ll also have merchandise available for sale in the lobby. You know. If you’re so inclined.


    Who doesn’t love a local boy (or girl) makes good story? We have phenomenal talent here in Vancouver and Clark County, with performers, writers, designers, business owners, and DO-ers who’ve made a name for themselves beyond our county lines.


    We’ve been working on some silly videos for your viewing pleasure. We’d tell you more about them, but it’s more fun to make you wait.

    Who will stop in for a surprise visit? Is she really doing a dramatic reading of an OKCupid profile? Are you excited about giveaways and silliness? Because we are. We’re REALLY excited about it.

    Doors open at 6pm. Show starts at 7.

    The bar and concession stands will be open — grab a glass of wine, beer or appetizers.
    Warehouse '23 
    100 Columbia St
    Vancouver, WA         
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, November 15, 2017
    7:00 p.m.
    $10 General Admission
    $18 Limited Premiere Seating (with drink ticket and goody bag)
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