Here are the links featured on ‘More Good Day Oregon’ on Tuesday, February 2:
Seattle rockers Pearl Jam are giving back to the town of Flint, Michigan. Flint is currently dealing with a toxic lead contamination in its drinking water. The band is offering the town $367,000 to help and has started a page called Crowd Rise to give fans a chance to help as well. Learn more at CrowdRise.com.
It’s the only time of the year you can get a chance to get up close and personal with the Rose City, all while on your bike. Registration for the 21st Annual Providence Bridge Pedal begins Tuesday at noon. Register at ProvidenceBridgePedal.com.
Some local musicians are making some sweet sounds and they want you to get in on the action. Members of the Learning Orchestra range from ages 15 to 89, and anyone is welcome to join. Learn more at NHWillValleyOrch.org and NewHorizonsMusic.org.
Want a chance to win a Winterhawks jersey fresh off the back of one of the players? The Winterhawks are hosting their third annual “Jersey Off Their Backs For Education” night on Sunday March 20. Learn more at Winterhawks.com.
Comedy duo Key & Peele are going to be doing a live commentary through the Super Bowl. They released a video explaining why they haven’t yet cleared the rights to talk about the game. To listen to the commentary visit RealTalk.Squarespace.com.
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