St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concerts-Blaine Larsen
St. Charles Summer Sunday concert with Blaine Larsen (country.)
Blaine Larsen’s sound is unapologetically country and with two studio projects already under his belt at age 23, the Washington state native is more focused than ever on making music. A big reason for Blaine's sense of direction comes from some major experiences he's been through lately. The powerful lead single It Did closely mirrors Blaine's own journey over the last three years -- marrying his wife Sammie and welcoming their first child Zoe last year. Those events also influence Blaine's performance of the album's title cut Not Too Bad for a Good Old Boy and the playful Baby You Get Me. Blaine's also working on establishing himself as a songwriter in Nashville. Blaine co-wrote I Gotta Get To You which is included on George Strait's 2009 release, Twang. Blaine has toured with Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, and Kenny Chesney putting him in front of country music's biggest audiences in the past few years.
St. Charles Medical Center sponsors Free Summer Sunday Concerts
St. Charles Medical Center will have caregivers from various departments at the Les Schwab Amphitheater during the St. Charles Free Summer Sunday concerts from 2:30-4:30pm on Sundays from June 12 through August 14.
Be sure to stop by the blue tents to chat with expert caregivers from St. Charles Medical Center who will answer questions and hand out important information. On certain Sundays look for valuable coupons, recipes and nutrition tips, class schedules, interactive information for kids and various health screenings.
St. Charles Community Education offers several wellness classes that promote health and healing. These classes are held on a regular basis to help encourage the community to maintain and improve their health. To register for one of these classes, visit www.cascadehealthcare.org/classes_events/ or call 541-706-6390.Sage View at St. Charles Bend caregivers diagnose and treat emotional health and behavior patterns ranging from mild to severe in a peaceful, safe setting. Experienced and compassionate psychologists, social workers and other licensed clinical professionals carefully assess each situation and suggest therapeutic solutions. For more information call 541-706-2715 or visit www.stcharleshealthcare.org/services/behavioral_health/