MARCH 2018 EVENTS
Calendar Listing of Oregon and SW Washington
(Updated Regularly)

Hood River Music Month
March 1 - 31

Featuring numerous musical events, this multi-week celebration includes everything from classical, jazz, acoustic, indie, rock and bluegrass performances to musicals, film and lectures. Almost a dozen Hood River venues – including wineries, cideries, breweries, pubs, theaters, hotels, and restaurants – welcome music-lovers of all ages. Numerous Hood River music venues and organizations are welcoming live music during Hood River Music Month...More

Washington State Horse Expo
March 2 - 4
(Southwest Washington)

Saddle up for the largest show of its kind in the Pacific Northwest! The Washington State Horse Expo offers equine enthusiasts the chance to take part in exhibits, competition, stage shows, rider fashions and vendor booths...More

Bite of Bandon
Saturday, March 3

This popular annual "over 21" event showcases 15-18 local restaurants and purveyors to benefit the Bandon Community Youth Center, showcasing their best "bites" to attendees during the silent and live auctions...More 

Bulls & Barrels
Saturday, March 3

The event features 36 bucking bulls.  They'll have Mutton Bustin, mechanical bull contest, mechanical bull rides, food vendors, and a Wild Hog Water Hole Beer Garden.  It'll be an action packed night...More

Firkin Fest
Saturday, March 3

Firkin Fest pours Oregon beers that are unfiltered, unpasteurized, naturally carbonated in the cask and served at cellar temperature, with cheese, chocolates, meats, and snacks at Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery...More

Healthy Living and Gluten Free Expo
Saturday, March 3

This is a great event for anyone eating gluten free from food allergies.  You can sample gluten free products, hear from the makers and find out what activities are going on...More

Lompoc Beer Chowder Challenge
Saturday, March 3

The Chowder Challenge features a blind tasting of a dozen samples of clam chowders by area restaurants and brewpubs.  Attendees vote for their facorite, and the chowder receiving the most votes is named the People's Choice Winner.  The evet also features music, a beer garden, a raffle with prizes from the participants, and pub food for purchase.  Minors are welcome at this family friendly event...More

Mud Fest
Saturday, March 3

Mud Fest, formerly known as the Foster Mud Flats and Mountain Mud Festival, is our well known four wheel drive event in Sweet Home, Oregon.  From an outsider's point of view the event could look like nothing more than a muddy free-for-all.  The event, usually the first Saturday in March, attracts thousands of attendees and their vehicles. The vehicles range from stock and mild to full out wild.  Although no awards are given to those with the fastest time or most wins, bragging rights are declared just to be challenged at an upcoming event...More

Mt. Hood Skibowl: Hope on the Slopes
March 3 - 4

This is a 24-hour ski event to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Individuals or teams compete for awards for the Top Fundraisers and Top Vertical Feet, as tracked by a GPS scanning system.  Track your vertical feet traveled as you spend a day on the Mountain with family and friends, all while raising money for the American Cancer Society.  All ages and abilities welcomed.  Kegs for a Cure beer festival will feature beverages from 8 breweries and cideries with all proceeds benefiting American Cancer Society...More

SE Area ARTWalk
March 3 - 4

Over 80 artists will provide a blaze of colors, shapes, textures, and visual stimuli.  Artists show in their own creative space or are hosted by local residents and businesses allowing you to visit indoor locations.  What to Expect: You will be able to talk with local artists, buy amazing items, and view an array of locally-created work.  We have worked hard to enhance cluster areas so the tour is walkable and/or bikeable. Public transportation is also encouraged and can be accessed through TriMet...More

Portland Metro Dealers RV Show
March 7 - 11

This is the premier RV show in the Northwest showcasing the freedom of the RV lifestyle.  The five-day show features hundreds of RVs; all the best models from major manufacturers; dozens of exhibitors; on-the-spot financing and trade-ins; and FREE gas card giveaways every day...More

Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival
March 8 - 11

The Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival offers a series of six unique wine tasting experiences, including the opportunity to taste some of the top award-winning wines from recent wine competitions paired with chef-designed appetizers.  Their Wine Walk features over 40 Northwest wineries pouring tastings at Cannon Beach art galleries, restaurants and retail shops, all within easy walking distance in this compact beach community.  In addition to ticketed festival events, the towns restaurants, galleries and shops feature a weekend full of tastings, special dinners and other events...More 

International Women's Festival
March 9 - 10
(Southwest Washington)

The National Women's Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) presents the 3rd Annual International Women's Festival, celebrating International Women's Day and No More Week.  Join along for an international, diverse and empowering festival, featuring delicious cuisine, inspiring speakers, engaging workshops, exhibitors, resources, live entertainment, music and more! Open to all ages, ethnicities and genders...More

Oregon Chocolate Festival
March 9 - 11 

Looking for an unforgettable Spring getaway? Visit Ashland for the annual Oregon Chocolate Festival, taking place the weekend of March 9th.  Explore remarkable creations from close to 50 West Coast vendors.  Taste, learn, and buy! Festival offers workshops, chef demos, Chocolate Maker's Wine Dinner, Chocolate Cocktail Spa Party, educational sessions, wine and beer pairings, and so much more.  Even Charlie's Chocolate 5K run, so you don't feel too guilty overindulging.  Always wanted to visit Ashland?  Now is the time.  Mention CHOCOLATE and receive 20% off tickets to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival during the festival weekend!!...More

South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival
March 9 - 11

For nearly three decades, the festival has entertained thousands in Northwest.  The vent features dancing and music venues under one roof at The Mill Casino.  You can enjoy live performances, including Big Band, Zydeco, Blues, Gospel, Oldies, Rock & Roll and Swing...More 

Tualatin Valley Gem Club, Rock and Mineral Show
March 9 - 11

Bring the whole family to this annual event to enjoy a variety of rocks and minerals, gems and jewelry, door prizes, a silent auction, demonstrations, dealers and supplies, exhibits, and a Kid's Corner...More

Cider Rite of Spring
Saturday, March 10

Cider Rite of Spring is a celebration of the blossoming Northwest Cider industry— an annual cider tasting event welcoming the return of spring, featuring over 100 unique ciders served by over 30 different cidermakers and cidery representatives...More

Dancing with the Salem Stars
Saturday, March 10

This annual live ballroom dance-off features six local stars competing against one another in a head-to-head competition of footwork.  The stars have less than a week to learn the routine...More 

OHSU Brain Institute Brain Fair
Saturday, March 10

Learn about the amazing adaptive power of the brain at one of the largest brain fairs in the country!  The OHSU Brain Fair is an annual event at the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI).  No museum admission is required to attend.  This year’s Brain Fair includes interactive exhibits, real human and animal brains, prizes and dozens of OHSU Brain Institute neuroscientists explaining and demonstrating their groundbreaking research in a way that will be fascinating for all ages...More

Portland Story Theater: Luck of the Irish
Saturday, March 10

Get your St. Paddy's groove on in true Irish fashion with Portland Story Theater's show, "Luck of the Irish."  There will be plenty of music, rambunctious entertainment, and stories that are sure to lighten your spirit.  Hosted by Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy. Musical entertainment by Elizabeth Nicholson (harp, vocals) and Bob Soper (fiddle, vocals) of Stringed Migration.  Stories, poems, and limericks told by Lawrence Howard, Lynne Duddy, Bruce Kenny and Bob Burke.  And oh... that sweet sound of Irish!  Tickets are $15 Advance | $18 Day of Show | $5 Arts for All...More

Winter Blues Festival
Saturday, March 10

Now in its 7th year, the Winter Music Festival brings a danceable mix of music acts that showcases the region’s best talent and attracts audiences from out of state, while giving back to charity.  Every year the Festival offers some of the best acts that you would usually see on big festival stages across the country, including such artists as Curtis Salgado, Rae Gordon, Lloyd Jones, Bill Rhoades, Cee Cee James, CD Wodbury and Jim Gustin & Truth Jones from California.  This year will be no exception with award winning acts cultivated from the region on two stages: Gabriel Cox, Timothy James & The Portland Revival, Youth Music Project, Johnny Wheels & The Swamp Donkeys, Suburban Slim, Thunder Brothers, and Kris Deelane & The Hurt.  The venue also offers a large dance floor, a full service bar and food menu, limited on-site parking and is across the street from the MAX Orange line...More

Vancouver Women's Show
March 10 - 11
(Southwest Washington)

Find the latest and greatest in fashion, health, beauty, hair and make-up, family help, and self-improvement at the largest two-day Women's Show.  They strive to give each woman attending the best experience possible with organized vendors, fashion shows, live entertainment, venues, jewelry, prizes, goody bags, and much more...More

Luck of the Pug Drag Queen Bingo
Sunday, March 11

Join along for your chance to win fun prizes for you and your pug, all while supporting pugs!  It's a fun St Patrick's Day themed fundraiser benefiting the Pacific Pug Rescue.  This year, they're featuring a mystery drag queen!  Pizza, Beer & Wine will be available for purchase.  It's a chance to win fun prizes while supporting the pugs!  Each participant will receive 3 bingo cards and 1 dauber with their ticket. We'll have additional bingo cards (don't worry, we'll have PLENTY this year!) and raffle tickets available for purchase...More 

Tiny House Tour
Sunday, March 11

Thinking about building your own tiny house?  Or just curious about tiny houses in general? Want to know about the new tiny house regulations in Portland?  Take a tour at Tiny Digs.  They'll have 6 — 9 tiny houses available for walkthroughs including their brand new tiny called "The Cottage".  One of the owners and the builders will host a Q&A...More

Ceramics, Doll & Crafts Show Competition & Sales
March 16 - 17

The Oregon Ceramic Association has presented a Ceramic and Craft show since 1959.  There are vendors with supplies, as well as booths that offer make and take projects for all ages.  There is special RAKU event during the show that is fun for all ages.  This year the show will be at the Washington County Fairgrounds within the Cloverleaf Building: 873 NE. 34th Ave. in Hillsboro.  We offer competition for those interested...More

Kells Irish Festival
March 16 - 18

Thousands of locals and visitors will celebrate their Irish heritage with live music, traditional Irish dancing, food and libations at the annual Kells Irish Festival, the largest Saint Patrick's Day Festival in the Northwest...More 

Portland Roadster Show
March 16 - 18

For 62 years, the Portland Roadster Show has presented the artistic efforts of skilled craftsman, and the hobbyist alike.  Displaying virtual "automotive art" crafted from the vision and passion of the automobile.  Special guests are John D'Agostino, a world class designer and builder, along with Dave Kindig & KevDogg, host of the popular Velocity Show Bitchin' Rides.  The Optimus Prime truck from the movie, "Transformers" will be on display, a Mecum Auto Auction Display, annual Rose City Brush Bash, High School Challenge and Scholarship, vendors and much more...More 

Shamrock Run & Fitness Fair
March 16 - 18

The adidas Shamrock Run is the largest running event in Oregon and is the kickoff to the running season.  It features a wide range of distances for every level of runner including a 5k, 8k, 15k and Half Marathon, plus a 1k Kids Leprechaun Lap and a 4-mile Shamrock Stride!  They will also have a two-day health and fitness fair that will have more than 60 exhibitors and 80 booths...More

Wee Bit O'Ireland
March 16 - 18

Join the fun every March in Heppner for “A wee bit o’Ireland”!  The celebration includes lots of delicious Irish food, live entertainment, a vendors square, Welly Toss, sheep dog trials, sports tournaments, a cruz-in, and much more...More   

Cherry Blossom Day at the Oregon State Capitol
Saturday, March 17

This is a signature, FREE event of the Capitol History Gateway project and a perfect event for families, couples or anyone visit Salem for the weekend.  Bring your camera and explore, engage and discover...More  

KWL West Linn Radio Hour:
A Live Theatrical Performance
Saturday, March 17

West Linn Historical Society brings you an old-fashioned live radio show. This show will transport you back in time to 1950s life in West Linn...More

Portland Women's Expo
Saturday, March 17

The Portland Women's Expo offers food, wine, music, over 450 vendors, fashion, Oregon's largest nail bar, a Massage Garden, Job Recruitment Area, Indie Crafter Area, and much more...More

Pouring at the Coast: Crafts Beer Fest
Saturday, March 17

What's better than a day at the beach?  A day at the beach and a Craft Brewers Festival!  This annual event has more than 30 breweries, over 70 beers, an expanded selection of food and live entertaintment.  You'll have a smashing good time!...More  

St. Patrick's Day at McMenamins
Saturday, March 17

All are welcome to celebrate St. Patrick's Day at any of the McMenamins establishments throughout Oregon and Washington.  This year, they are offering a McMenamins Irish Stout, Irish Coffee, Irish Reuben & MacSleyne Irish Stew.  Bring your St. Patrick's Day Passport to get the green just-for-fun stamp, just for stopping by!  And, they'll have cans of their Foggy Dew Irish Lager to go for $3 each...More  

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Saturday, March 17

All are invited to this family friendly event that's sponsored by the All-Ireland Cultural Society celebrating 77 years. The annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration features Irish music, song and dance with Molly Malone Irish Dancers, Celtic bagpipes, Biddy on the Bench band, Oregon Irish Dance Academy, delicious Irish food (like Bangers and Mach, hot corned beef sandwiches), wine, beer, and childrens' activities (such as Penny's Puppet Show and face painting)...More  

St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival
Saturday, March 17

Over the years, the Festival and Parade has grown and flourished as we have opened our festival up to the entire Sellwood/Moreland community and beyond.  The parade, featuring the Sellwood Middle School Marching Band, will kick off the festival.  A family-friendly festival will be awaiting the children as they return to St. Agatha Catholic School from the parade.  Children of all ages will enjoy an old-fashioned carnival and high-energy entertainment under the Festival tent.  Your taste buds will enjoy authentic Irish food and a selection of different options from local food cart vendors lined along the street.  Ireland’s famous Guinness beer will be flowing in the beer garden along with other local favorites...More  

The Dirty Leprechaun: 5K Mud Run
Saturday, March 17

Get your St. Paddy’s day started by joining us for some rompin’ good fun around Lee Farms!  After some mud, guts and glory, stick around and have a beer or two with us before heading out on the town!   Don’t miss out on all the fun, participation is capped at 1500.  We hope to see you all there.  They'll have over 20 fun and challenging obstacles, food, music, bonfires and more...More   

Oregon Ghost Conference
March 23 - 25

The Oregon Ghost Conference is the Northwest's largest paranormal convention and attracts visitors from all across the west coast and beyond. It's a jam packed weekend filled with speakers, courses, tours, parties, and so much more.  Join along for a weekend of ghosts at the coast!  Attendees will connect with and learn from some of the top paranormal experts in our area...More  

Code Orange Helicopter Easter Egg Drop
Saturday, March 24

A full-size helicopter will drop thousands of eggs onto the open field area of Brentwood Park, in a safe area, away from all children and adults.  After the eggs are dropped, the kids, in age-appropriate zones, will be allowed to gather them up and redeem them for candy at our Candy Stations...More 

Portlandia Backgammon Classic
March 24 - 25

Participate in a regional tournament.  Bring your own backgammon board, clocks, and if desired score boards or other paraphernalia.  If time allows, there will be mini-match and knock out side events...More  

Festival of Illusions
March 25 - April 5

All are invited to this weather-proof, family-friendly Spring Break celebration of all things magical.  They'll have magicians, a mentalist, hypnotist, and much more..More

Adults-Only Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31

Screw Lent and hop on board the BarFly Bus with other drinking buddies on Easter Saturday, and win cold, hard cash for collecting the most eggs!  The BarFly Bus is always a good time, but add a few eggs and it's over the TOP, I tell you!  Join other to partake in a variety of bars, clubs and lounges, where you'll pay no cover charges, enjoy specials and the occasional munchie, too, all the while hunting high and low for the EGGS OF MYSTERY!  In past BarFly Easter Egg Hunts, JESUS has appeared not once, not twice, but as many as three times, and if that's not a seal of approval, I don't know what is...More 

Northwest Horse Fair and Expo
March 23 - 25

Join the “round-up” of horse lovers for the Northwest Horse Fair and Expo, presented by Akins Trailers, March 23 through 25, 2018 at the Linn County Fair & Expo in Albany, Oregon!  See fancy dancing horses, mighty mustangs, stunning stallions, and exciting equine entertainment! Learn from world-class riders and trainers in daily clinics!  Take in the Mustang Adoption Challenge 2018, enjoy BreyerWest, and shop at the gigantic trade show!...More   

Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival 
March 23 - April 29

The tulips are blooming! Bring a picnic and stroll the fields. Find crafts, foods, wine from Wooden Shoe Vineyards, and activities for all ages including wooden shoe making demonstrations, kids' pony rides, and a 21+ Wine Wagon Farm Tour.  Enjoy fields of color and dozens of fun activities at this annual festival...More 

Code Orange Helicopter Easter Egg Drop
Saturday, March 24

A full-size helicopter will drop thousands of eggs onto the open field area of Brentwood Park, in a safe area, away from all children and adults.  After the eggs are dropped, the kids, in age-appropriate zones, will be allowed to gather them up and redeem them for candy at our Candy Stations...More 

Inner Oasis Mind Body Spirit: Mini-Healing Fair
Saturday, March 24

To Celebrate our 7th anniversary, we are offering a  mini healing fair with 7 extraordinary practitioners: Edward Peete, Medical Intuitive (15 minutes for $20 with the opportunity to register for his Light Healing Sessions on March 31st);   Connie Hill, Astrologer, focusing on Mercury Retrograde in your 2018 chart (15 minutes for $20); Kat Michaels: Aura Cleans and Protection - 15 minutes for $20, Cord Removal - 15 minutes for $20), Unblock and Balance Chakras - 30 min for $40; James Goings, Jr.  Intuitive and Gemstone Expert.. Tarot and Gemstone (Readings 15 minutes for $20); Melissa Welsh - Intuitive, Medium and more.  Focus on Mediumship and Psychometry (15 minutes for $20); Marie Freind, Author and Intuitive... Past life Readings (20 minutes $25); and Glenda Payne: Reiki or EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) sessions (30 min for $30)...More

Mt. Hood Skibowl: Snow Beach Festival
Saturday, March 24

Skibowl's Snow Beach Festival kicks off Oregon's Spring Break.  All-day activities include "Suds on the Slopes" beer & spirits tasting, hot dog and pie eating contests, Goggle Tan Rail Jam, and the Pond Skimming Contest.  Finish the day with the final Saturday Night Lights firework show.  Give-aways and prizes abound...More  

TOAST: The Original Artisan Spirits Tasting
Saturday, March 24

The annual event is an opportunity to taste from a wide variety of over 120 spirits from across the Northwest, the Country and the Globe.  Whether your spirit preference is Whiskey, Rum, Gin, Vodka, Brandy, Liqueurs - or even unique spirits like Absinthe and Aquavit - the estimated 50 distillers and producers at TOAST will have it covered. TOAST allows small distillers and producers to showcase their handcrafted spirits, while providing an opportunity for the public to experience the diversity and quality of craft spirits from Oregon and beyond.  This year's TOAST features 5 of Portland's best chefs. Each chef will offer a selection of small bites throughout the evening...More  

Bricks Cascade LEGO® Expo
March 24 - 25

Did you know that Bricks Cascade LEGO Fan Expo was recently named one of the 50 Best Events in Oregon by the "Oregonian"?  You won't want to miss the 7th annual Bricks Cascade, the premiere LEGO® fan event in the Pacific Northwest.  Bricks Cascade showcases LEGO®  builders from around the globe, young and old alike, who express themselves creatively through interlocking plastic bricks.  Visitors even have  the opportunity to vote on their favorite creation.  Admission is $11 per person, or $40 for a Family Four Pack.  Children 3 and under free...More  

2nd Annual Oregon Coast Comic Con
March 24 - 25

The 2nd Oregon Coast Comic Con is the sequel to last year's NorthWest Comic Con, and will be held March 24 - 25 at the Tillamook Air Museum, located at 6030 Hangar Rd. in Tillamook, Oregon.  Our goal for 2018 is to double our exhibitors and bring you more of your favorite artists, actors and collectibles!  Tickets, booth sales and sponsorship applications just opened. Our guest list and panel schedule grows daily!...More  

Original Yachats Arts & Crafts Fair
March 24 - 25

The Yachats Original Arts & Crafts Fair includes 80 Pacific Northwest artists and crafters selected for the superb quality of their art.  Media include original paintings; handcrafted jewelry; art glass; pottery; furniture; water features; woodwork and mixed media; clay vessels; sculpture; stained glass; ceramic tiles; natural fiber textiles; screen prints; photography; gourmet spice and food products; natural bath products; recycled garden art; toys and more.  The variety of arts and crafts here allows something for every pocketbook and interest...More 

Spring Whale Watch Week
March 24 - 31

Spring watching begins in late March as the gray whales travel north on their way towards Alaska. The first surge swims by around the end of March and you can watch the north-bound whales all the way until June...More  

'Couve Classic Clover Run
Sunday, March 25
(Southwest Washington)

Earn your post-event party by running or walking 3, 7, or 10 miles.  Enjoy soup, green beer, hot drinks, and treats, hosted by Main Event and other downtown Vancouver businesses.  They designed the 3-mile, Lucky 7-mile, and 10-mile courses to take you through some of the most scenic areas of Vancouver.  The course is mostly flat with a couple short hills...More  

Festival of Illusions
March 25 - April 5

All are invited to this weather-proof, family-friendly Spring Break celebration of all things magical.  They'll have magicians, a mentalist, hypnotist, and much more..More

Spring Break Special Glass Drop on the Beach
March 25 - April 5

In addition to the 3,000 collectible float that are placed along seven miles of beachfront in Lincoln City, extra pieces of glass art will also be dropped off during Spring Break.  Special drops can include a combination of 300 glass floats, sand dollars, crabs, sea stars, shells or coins...More 

The Farmhouse Show
March 28 - 31

The event will have fabulous treasures!  If you like retro, vintage, antiques, re-purposed, rusty junk, handmade, and more...More 

Adults-Only Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31

Screw Lent and hop on board the BarFly Bus with other drinking buddies on Easter Saturday, and win cold, hard cash for collecting the most eggs!  The BarFly Bus is always a good time, but add a few eggs and it's over the TOP, I tell you!  Join other to partake in a variety of bars, clubs and lounges, where you'll pay no cover charges, enjoy specials and the occasional munchie, too, all the while hunting high and low for the EGGS OF MYSTERY!  In past BarFly Easter Egg Hunts, JESUS has appeared not once, not twice, but as many as three times, and if that's not a seal of approval, I don't know what is...More 

Alpenrose Dairy: Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31

A great, Springtime family tradition for parents to bring their children and grandchildren to the Alpenrose Dairy Easter Egg Hunt.  With tons of prizes, including giant stuffed animals, this is one of the biggest and most anticipated Easter Egg Hunts west of the Mississippi...More 

Rabbit Romp
Saturday, March 31

Eggs-citing times are in store at Rabbit Romp, a celebration of spring geared toward the under-10 crowd. Rabbit Romp is FREE with Oregon Zoo admission.   Rabbit Romp features candy egg hunts every 10-15 minutes between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Children ages 3 to 10 are invited to hunt for compostable "plastic" eggs, candy and prizes. Toddlers 2 and under can participate in a candy hunt organized especially for them at the classrooms by Bear Walk Café.  Parents are not allowed in most hunts, but accommodations will be made for families requiring assistance.  Guests should bring their own baskets to collect the eggs and candy.  Because of the popularity of this event, children will only be allowed to participate in a hunt one time, although other activities can be repeated...More



ONGOING EVENTS:

Recovery International (RI):
Help for Depression and Nervous Conditions
Every Tuesday

Portland depression and anxiety support weekly meetings.  Recovery International is a non-profit Cognitive Behavioral Training system that has helped thousands.  Rob Winike, trainer, author and RI board member, discusses mental health recovery and how to cope with symptoms of a nervous imbalance, stress, anger, sleeplessness and other mental health issues.  Meetings are Tuesday nights, 6:30 p.m. at St. Michael & All Angels Church, 1704 NW 43rd (and Broadway).  Call (503) 810-2789 for info or other meeting locations.  Visit www.recoveryinternational.org and local blogsite at www.selfhelptools.org.

"Investing Simplified" (Radio Show)
Every Saturday

Chuck Price, CRFA, CSA can be reached via his website at pfgwm.com or by calling
(877) 50-PRICE.  For more information about the show, visit www.investingsimplifiedradio.com and to learn about his book, "Your Retirement Made Simple," go to www.Amazon.com.