open mic night

Open Mic Night at Salmon Creek Burgervilee

Do you sing, read poetry, or play the kazoo? Whatever thing you do, you’re invited to do it any time from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Salmon Creek Burgerville. It’s Open Mic Night, a chance for the community to come together and show off their mad skillz while raising money for the Council for the Homeless. Burgerville will donate 15% of sales on Saturday night to the Housing Relief Fund to help local homeless families move into a home during the holidays.

Participants will each be given ten- to 15-minute sessions to share their talent or skill. Past performances have included guitarists, vocalists, rappers, cellists, and ukulele players. (Beat that for entertainment value!) The sound system will be all set up and ready for you to go, and DJ services will be provided by DJ Glenn. For more details or to add your name to the list, contact Tony Fleck at 360-573-8223 or tonyf@burgerville.com.

If you’d like to support the cause but don’t like the limelight, you can grab a table and some golden Yukon waffle fries to enjoy the show, come to the drive-through window during event hours, or simply stop by to make a donation. You can even donate online by clicking here. The Salmon Creek Burgerville is located at 13309 N.E. Highway 99 in Vancouver.

Open Mic at Salmon Creek Burgerville

Do you sing, read poetry, or play the kazoo? Whatever thing you do, you’re invited to do it any time from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Salmon Creek Burgerville. It’s Open Mic Night, a chance for the community to come together and show off their mad skillz while raising money for the Council for the Homeless. Burgerville will donate 15% of sales on Saturday night to the Housing Relief Fund to help local homeless families move into a home during the holidays.

Participants will each be given ten- to 15-minute sessions to share their talent or skill. Past performances have included guitarists, vocalists, rappers, cellists, and ukulele players. (Beat that for entertainment value!) The sound system will be all set up and ready for you to go, and DJ services will be provided by DJ Glenn. For more details or to add your name to the list, contact Tony Fleck at 360-573-8223 or tonyf@burgerville.com.

If you’d like to support the cause but don’t like the limelight, you can grab a table and some golden Yukon waffle fries to enjoy the show, come to the drive-through window during event hours, or simply stop by to make a donation. You can even donate online by clicking here. The Salmon Creek Burgerville is located at 13309 N.E. Highway 99 in Vancouver.

Open Mic Night for Writers & Poets at Latte Da

Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar is setting the stage for local writers and poets to share their stories aloud during an Open Mic Night created especially for poetry and short stories. All ages are welcome to attend, and anyone—published, self-published, and as-yet-unpublished writers! Kids, too!—is welcome to sign up starting at 5:30 p.m. The mic will be open from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Open Mic Night is free and there’s no need to eat dinner elsewhere because Latte Da offers a full food menu, along with small plates and delicious drinks from wine to beer to expertly brewed coffee to tea and Italian soda. Latte Da Coffee House & Wine Bar is located at 205 E. 39th Street, just off north Main Street in the Lincoln neighborhood of downtown Vancouver. To learn more, visit lattedacoffeehouse.com.

Open Mic Night for Writers & Poets

Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar is setting the stage for local writers and poets to share their stories aloud during an Open Mic Night created especially for poetry and short stories. All ages are welcome to attend, and anyone—published, self-published, and as-yet-unpublished writers! Kids, too!—is welcome to sign up starting at 5:30 p.m. The mic will be open from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Open Mic Night is free and there’s no need to eat dinner elsewhere because Latte Da offers a full food menu, along with small plates and delicious drinks from wine to beer to expertly brewed coffee to tea and Italian soda. Latte Da Coffee House & Wine Bar is located at 205 E. 39th Street, just off north Main Street in the Lincoln neighborhood of downtown Vancouver. To learn more, visit lattedacoffeehouse.com.

Unplugged Open Mic Night at Burgerville

Do you sing, read poetry, or play the kazoo? Whatever thing you do, you’re invited to do it any time from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Salmon Creek Burgerville. It’s Unplugged Open Mic Night, a chance for the community to come together and show off their mad skillz while raising money for the Council for the Homeless. Burgerville will donate 15% of sales on Saturday night to the Housing Relief Fund to help local homeless families move into a home during the holidays.

Participants will each be given ten- to 15-minute sessions to share their talent or skill. So far, the performance line-up includes three acoustic guitarists, five vocalists, a rapper, a cellist, and a ukulele player. (Beat that for entertainment value!) For more details or to add your name to the list, contact Tony Fleck at 360-573-8223 or tonyf@burgerville.com.

If you’d like to support the cause but generally eschew the limelight, you can grab a table and some golden Yukon waffle fries to enjoy the show, come to the drive-through window during event hours, or simply stop by to make a donation. You can even donate online by clicking here. The Salmon Creek Burgerville is located at 13309 N.E. Highway 99 in Vancouver.

Open Mic Night at Burgerville

Do you sing, read poetry, or play the kazoo? Whatever thing you do, you’re invited to do it any time from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Salmon Creek Burgerville. It’s Unplugged Open Mic Night, a chance for the community to come together and show off their mad skillz while raising money for the Council for the Homeless. Burgerville will donate 15% of sales on Saturday night to the Housing Relief Fund to help local homeless families move into a home during the holidays.

Participants will each be given ten- to 15-minute sessions to share their talent or skill. So far, the performance line-up includes three acoustic guitarists, five vocalists, a rapper, a cellist, and a ukulele player. (Beat that for entertainment value!) For more details or to add your name to the list, contact Tony Fleck at 360-573-8223 or tonyf@burgerville.com.

If you’d like to support the cause but generally eschew the limelight, you can grab a table and some golden Yukon waffle fries to enjoy the show, come to the drive-through window during event hours, or simply stop by to make a donation. You can even donate online by clicking here. The Salmon Creek Burgerville is located at 13309 N.E. Highway 99 in Vancouver.

Open Mic Night at Latte Da Coffee House & Wine Bar

The first Monday of the month means that you can leave your inhibitions at the door, get behind the microphone at Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, and say, sing, or strum your best stuff. If you’re not the limelight-seeking type, you can sit back and sip a cold beer, a glass of wine, or delicious coffee concoction while enjoying the evening’s line-up of acoustic talent.

If you’d like to perform—and Latte Da welcomes all types of amateur and professional talent, from fiddle-playing to poetry, to guitar duos and stand-up comedy—come at 6 p.m. to put your name to the roster. The entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m., and lasts until 9 or 9:30 p.m., depending on the number of performances, usually 15-20. Latte Da’s Open Mic Nights have begun to draw quite the enthusiastic crowd, and artists can expect to perform for around 50 people (80 on a warm summer evening). For an up-to-date sampling of what’s going on at this local hotspot, see its Facebook page.

Open Mic at Latte Da

The first Monday of the month means that you can leave your inhibitions at the door, get behind the microphone at Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, and say, sing, or strum your best stuff. If you’re not the limelight-seeking type, you can sit back and sip a cold beer, a glass of wine, or delicious coffee concoction while enjoying the evening’s line-up of acoustic talent.

If you’d like to perform—and Latte Da welcomes all types of amateur and professional talent, from fiddle-playing to poetry, to guitar duos and stand-up comedy—come at 6 p.m. to put your name to the roster. The entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m., and lasts until 9 or 9:30 p.m., depending on the number of performances, usually 15-20. Latte Da’s Open Mic Nights have begun to draw quite the enthusiastic crowd, and artists can expect to perform for around 50 people (80 on a warm summer evening). For an up-to-date sampling of what’s going on at this local hotspot, see its Facebook page.

Open Mic Night at Latte Da

The first Monday of the month means that you can leave your inhibitions at the door, get behind the microphone at Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, and say, sing, or strum your best stuff. If you're not the limelight-seeking type, you can sit back and sip a cold beer, a glass of wine, or delicious coffee concoction while enjoying the evening's line-up of acoustic talent.

If you'd like to perform—and Latte Da welcomes all types of amateur and professional talent, from fiddle-playing to poetry, to guitar duos and stand-up comedy—come at 6 p.m. to put your name to the roster. The entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m., and lasts until 9 or 9:30 p.m., depending on the number of performances, usually between 14 to 18. Latte Da's Open Mic Nights have begun to draw quite the enthusiastic crowd, and artists can expect to perform for around 50 people (80 on a warm summer evening). For an up-to-date sampling of what's going on at this local hotspot, see its Facebook page.

Open Mic & Suspended Coffee at Latte Da

We're coming up on the first Monday of the month…do you know what that means? It means you can leave your inhibitions at the door, get behind the microphone at Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, and say, sing, or strum your best stuff. If you're not the limelight-seeking type, you can sit back and sip a cold beer, a glass of wine, or delicious coffee concoction while enjoying the evening's line-up of acoustic talent.

If you'd like to perform—and Latte Da welcomes all types of amateur and professional talent, from fiddle-playing to poetry, to guitar duos and stand-up comedy—come at 6 p.m. to put your name to the roster. The entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m., and lasts until 9 or 9:30 p.m., depending on the number of performances, usually between 14 to 18. Latte Da's Open Mic Nights have begun to draw quite the enthusiastic crowd, and artists can expect to perform for around 50 people (80 on a warm summer evening).

And here's something you can't get anywhere else in Vancouver: suspended coffee. Nope, it's not a new coffee-brewing technique. It's a pay-it-forward act of kindness wherein, when you're purchasing your drinks, sandwiches, wraps, soup, quiche, cheese plate, cupcakes or other scrumptious baked goods at Latte Da, you can offer to anonymously buy a cup of coffee for whoever might need it, whenever the need might arise. At the moment, Latte Da has over 20 cups of suspended coffee, ready to share. To learn more about the suspended coffee movement, which started in the UK but is quickly catching on in community-minded coffee houses around the world, click here to watch a 30-second video.

Latte Da is located in the Lincoln neighborhood of Vancouver, at 205 E. 39th St. For an up-to-date sampling of what's going on at this local hotspot, see its Facebook page.