events & entertainment
Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014 at 6 p.m.
No need to be a genius, just be willing to have fun. Bring a team of three or join in individually. Every second Thursday October to April.
Sounds geeky, but's it's geeky and fun!
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 from 6-9 p.m.
Join fellow Marines (active and veterans) for an evening of visiting and camaraderie. Brewery open to Marines and their companions only.
Friday, December 19th, 7 p.m.
Pass-the-hat cover charge
McDougall of Portland, Oregon, a one-man orchestra. Singing with an exaggerated bravado, he grabbed the attention of the crowd immediately. What truly impressed me was his ability to play the guitar (or banjo, as needed), keep the bass drum pounding, alternately clashing the cymbals, and even playing the harmonica, at times. Had I not been watching him, I would have sworn there were at least a couple other musicians up on stage.
Christmas Eve: Open Noon to 6:00
Closed Christmas Day
Closed New Year's Day
Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 7 p.m.
Pass-the-hat cover charge
Centaur Midwife is a Central Washington four piece that blurs the boundaries between bluegrass, folk, pop and jazz. With a strong repertoire of original songs and crowd pleasing covers, Centaur Midwife is sure to entertain.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
$18 per ticket, $20 at the door
Tickets available for purchase here or at the brewery
Doors open 5:30, show 6:30 pm
"This indie orchestra gives classical music a jolt of energy," - Spin Magazine
Since the group's inception in late 2007, the Portland Cello Project (or, PCP, as their fans affectionately call them), has wowed audiences all over the country with extravagant performances, everywhere from Prairie Home Companion, to parties on loading docks in NYC, to symphony halls from coast to coast, to punk rock clubs.. The group has built a reputation mixing genres and blurring musical lines and perceptions wherever they go.
No two shows are alike, with a repertoire now numbering over 1,000 pieces of music both expected and unexpected to come from a cello. The Cello Project's stage setup ranges from the very simple (4-6 cellos), to the all out epic (which has included 12 cellos playing with full choirs, winds, horns, and numerous percussion players).
The Cello Project works to build bridges across musical communities through collaborations and educational outreach. They have collaborated with a diverse assortment of musicians, from high school and university music programs, to the Dandy Warhols to Garrison Keillor to Trampled by Turtles to Corin Tucker to Maya Beiser to Ben Sollee to Zoe Keating to Howe Gelb, just to name a few...
Sun. March 8th, 2015, 5-8 pm
Beer is our favorite science project. What’s yours?
Indulge and share your curiosity while earning $$ for charity. Registration forms and more info online, at the pub or at The Outfitters.
See information below or download the poster for more details.
$5 Admission - proceeds to Republic Tech Club and Republic Library T-LAB
People’s Choice for Best Project:
1st prize: $300 donated to charity of winner’s choice
2nd prize: $200 donated to charity of winner’s choice
3rd prize: $100 donated to charity of winner's choice
Enter as a scientist:
• $20 per science project
• Team or solo projects
• Under 21 can enter and display at The Outfitters only
• Rules and sign-up forms available at The Outfitters, Republic Brewing Company or www.republicbrew.com
Attend as scientific observer:
• $5 admission
• 18 and under free
• Under 21 attend at The Outfitter’s only
Registration forms available at the brewery or Outfitters.
For more information contact Arwen at (509)775-3350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.