Communications and Scheduling Assistance

The CCPA/Wow Hall is looking to hire a Contractor for part-time Communications and Scheduling Assistance

Work Period:

The CCPA anticipates needing this assistance for approximately 3 to 4 months. The work will be compensated on an hourly basis and the CCPA reserves the right to terminate the engagement of the contractor at any time if the CCPA’s goals are not being met.

Description of Work:

Provide professional communication assistance in the following areas:

  • Monitoring the Booking and Administrative email accounts for the organization.
  • As necessary, provide timely responses to inquiries and emails to let people know their messages have been received.
  • Provide reports to the CCPA Chair, Officers, and/or the Board of Directors about which communications that have been received require responses and decisions. This includes being able to make recommendations about the viability of various requests and proposals to do events at the CCPA facility.
  • Assist with communications, scheduling, contracting, and ticketing of events approved by the CCPA Chair, Officers, and/or the Board of Directors.
  • The compensation will be $16/hr.
  • The work will be limited to no more than 30 hours a month ($480/month). Any hours above 30/month must be approved by the CCPA Chair, Officers, and/or the Board of Directors.

Required and Desirable Qualifications:

  • The contractor must be able to communicate with Artists, their representatives, and community members via email and phone in a professional manner.
  • The contractor must become familiar with various policies and practices of the CCPA that relate to the work of scheduling events at the facility.
  • The contractor must be able to provide concise and clear reports on communications and incoming inquiries so that the CCPA can make good decisions about those inquiries.
  • The contractor must possess their own Internet access, computer, software, and phone line for the work (access to the CCPA accounts necessary to do the work will be provided).
  • The contractor must possess and be skilled with the use of software for creating reports and familiar with the use of Google Gmail and Google Workspace.
  • It is desirable for the contractor to have experience scheduling/booking performing arts events, community center activities, and/or other art venue scheduling.
  • It is desirable for the contractor to have experience working within a non-profit environment.
  • It is desirable for the contractor to have experience creating cost estimate sheets and writing contracts.
  • It is desirable for the contractor to have experience maintain accounting logs for events.

Please send a letter of interest and resume to applications[at]

You can download this information HERE.

The Community Center for the Performing Arts is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Welcome to the WOW Hall! To register for vaccination visit Gentleman Doug Emhoff, Governor Brown and Representative DeFazio paid a vist to the White Bird Clinic at the WOW Hall on April 5:

The CCPA/Wow Hall is looking to hire a Contractor for part-time Communications and Scheduling Assistance

Click HERE for additional information.

The Community Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) is a nonprofit (501c3) arts organization dedicated to:

  • Preserving and operating the historic Woodmen of the World (WOW) Hall as a multipurpose community center.
  • Providing cultural arts and educational opportunities for all ages and income levels.
  • Maintaining a supportive environment for local artists and their new creative efforts.

The CCPA federal tax I.D. number is 51-0191790.

White Bird Clinic is partnering with the Community Center for the Performing Arts/WOW Hall to offer COVID-19 vaccinations. A team of volunteers will allow White Bird to vaccinate up to 800 people each week.

White Bird has opened a vaccination clinic at the WOW Hall in order to scale up vaccinations and offer an accessible indoor space in downtown Eugene. Nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists and other medically-trained community members have volunteered to administer vaccines, and volunteer clerical staff keep the operation running smoothly. White Bird staff coordinate the effort. The CCPA is providing the facility below cost because its new board agreed unanimously that this was the best possible use of the facility during this time of crisis.

A month ago White Bird began vaccinating health care professionals. In support of Lane County Public Health, White Bird is now vaccinating all individuals who are eligible according to the CDC. As a vital resource for Eugene and Springfield for more than fifty years, White Bird demonstrates how Community Health Centers are the cornerstone of the regional healthcare system.

To learn more and register for vaccination visit

This crucial effort is only possible because volunteers are willing to give their time and expertise to help fellow community members. In addition to medical staff, the project needs greeters and all sorts of other help. Folks who would like to volunteer can visit to sign up.

Staff at the WOW Hall and White Bird’s main offices and medical clinic do not have information on the vaccination project, and White Bird asks folks to kindly not interrupt their ongoing work providing care for our community.

CCPA Closed Board Meeting
05/28/21 at 2PM.
Agenda: Improving Board Internal Communications

Recordings of the January 14th CCPA Board training with David Atkin.

Video File (310MB)
Audio Only (113MB)

Thank you Congress for passing the Save Our Stages Act!

Results of the CCPA Board of Directors Election:

Elected for two years: Jaci Guerena, Ed Kashin, David Zupan, Nancy Forrest, Chico Schwall

One year: Camas Banks, Steve Berkson

Officers for 2020-21:

Chair: David Zupan

Vice-Chair: Steven Berkson

Secretary: Camas Banks

Treasurer: Chico Schwall

You can donate to the CCPA and avoid merchant fees by mailing a check to:

Community Center for the Performing Arts / WOW Hall

291 W 8th Ave.

Eugene OR 97401

- You can always find the cheapest tickets at the WOW Hall.  No service charge for CCPA productions; $1 for rentals.  Additional $1 service charge on all phone orders.  The Box Office is currently closed; you can leave a message at 541-687-2746.  To buy tickets online, go to (Ticketweb service charges apply).

 - BRING THE KIDS: The WOW Hall is open for all ages, all the time.  For most CCPA productions, children 6 through 11 are half-price at the door and ages five and under are free (when accompanied by parent or adult guardian).  For information on specific shows, please call the WOW Hall office at 541-687-2746.

The WOW Hall is owned and operated by the Community Center for the Performing Arts, a membership-based 501c3 arts organization.  Tax deductible memberships are on a sliding scale.  JOIN NOW.




Want more CDs?  We’ve got them.  CCPA members and supporters have donated hundreds of CD's (and records) to the WOW Hall.  Former board member Tom Wilt is sellling these for the CCPA online at

New items are being added every week.  Plus, if you are in Eugene area & you buy one of Tom's own listings he will be donating 10% of profits for those items.

Thank you everyone for the donations and thank you Tom for hosting the online sale.  You Rock!

- MUSIC WANTED: The CCPA/WOW Hall is seeking donations of records, CDs and DVDs as well as music books, magazines and memorabilia.  These items will be sold on the internet or at future events to fund various projects around the WOW Hall.  Your donations are tax deductible and will be greatly appreciated.  To schedule a time to drop off or to arrange for us to pick up your donation, please call 541-687-2746 and leave a message.