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(Courtesy photo) The Pend Oreille Arts Council is holding a fundraiser Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Idaho Pour Authority to help fund the Eugene Ballet’s “Nutcracker” performance.

For 30 years, Pend Oreille Arts Council has ushered in the holiday season with a presentation of Eugene Ballet’s Nutcracker. Tchaikovsky’s famous music combined with 22 professional ballet dancers and over 30 local dance students has filled all our dreams with sugar plums fairies and handsome princes and princesses.

But, it’s expensive to bring here. Close to $10,000. So, POAC is asking for your help by joining us for a very fun night of beer drinking, camaraderie and great music with a portion of sales going to help defray the costs of this program.

On Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Idaho Pour Authority will feature a tap takeover by Deschutes Brewery and you’re all invited to attend. The live music will be provided by everyone’s favorites Marty Perron and Doug Bond.

A raffle (all proceeds toward preserving the “Nutcracker”) will give you the opportunity to win a ton of Deschutes swag, POAC performance tickets – including coveted Nutcracker tix – and lots of other local goodies.

You won’t want to miss this fun and the opportunity to make sure that the Nutcracker continues to be the holiday tradition that it has been for three decades.

For more information call the POAC office at 208-263-6139. For tickets to Nutcracker, Sunday, December 3 at 7 p.m. at the Panida go to artinsandpoint.org.

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