Raven's 30th Anniversary

Raven 30th Anniversary Schedule
Sat. June 30th – Wed.  July 4th, Tickets for the Cruise and Banquet available at Old Harbor Books.

Saturday June, 30th – “Hello Central” Open House at the Cable House 4-8pm. John Straley and Steve Langhorst host an extended version of the long-running radio show “Hello Central” from Studio Xeno Downstairs featuring live “welcome” interviews with guests, live music and some zany stuff. This is the welcoming event for all and an opportunity to show off the grounds and renovations.

Sunday July 1st – “Dinner Cruise” Likely departure of 6pm to return at 8 or 9pm. Live Music, Catered dinner and no host bar.

Monday July 2nd – 5pm at the HPR Rec Area Big Shelter Bonfire, Potluck and Acoustic Beach Theater. We’ll also need help eating, drinking and being merry. (and playing horseshoes!)

Tuesday July 3rd – 6:30pm Dinner, slideshow, audio treats and more at Centennial Hall. Followed by a dance with Three Legged Dog under the Crescent Harbor Shelter and then fireworks!

Wednesday July 4th – Raven Radio Parade entry ending with food and games on the Cable House lawn. How many Ravens does it take to make a parade?

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