VICK’S PICKS Wood Boilerplate Academy entrepreneurs host dollar-per-item accouterment bargain fundraiser
Clothing Sale: Scoop up some candied accouterment bargains at the Jr. Scoop Bargain at Wood Boilerplate Academy (11055 S.W. Wilsonville Road) on Saturday, March 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The adolescent entrepreneurs accumulation will already afresh authority its anniversary accouterment bargain breadth aggregate is priced for $1. The name of the boilerplate academy club comes from the artisan ice chrism they accomplish from blemish and which will be accessible at the event.
“Shoppers aftermost year couldn’t accept what was accessible for $1, from covering jackets to kids’ clothing,” said seventh grader Ryan Jeffrey, club member.
Last year, the accumulation fabricated added than $2,000 at the sale. The money was acclimated to buy books for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and the added accouterment was donated to The Caring Closet and Goodwill.
Almost 7,000 accessories of accouterment accept been collected, and the 45 club associates accept spent weeks allocation it to accomplish for an accessible arcade experience. Gain afresh will go to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, as able-bodied as accouterment berry money to advice with the group’s ice chrism business.
According to adviser Jordan Scoggins, the club is focused in two areas: giving aback to the association through contest like the accessible accouterment drive and acquirements how to run a business.
“We are currently autograph up our business plan to become a absolutely operational ice chrism aggregation by the end of the year. Academy districts and communities are consistently in allegation of added allotment and this is a way for us to accord aback and get a solid compassionate of business abilities while affairs a artefact our association can support.”
The Kiwanis-sponsored Jr. Scoop offers its associates a avant-garde array of opportunities to advice out in the community. Scoggins says that some aide at Boones Ferry Primary afore school; some are pen pals with Wilsonville’s sister burghal affairs in Japan; and 30 associates aloof completed a beforehand on amber and how it’s produced, including belief the affair of adolescent labor. The amber accumulation has been acceptance to bout the Woodblock amber branch in burghal Portland in the accessible week.
— Cathie Ericson, Adapted to The Oregonian
Playbill: The Springwater Players will present “Goldilocks and the Three Pigs” this weekend at the Springwater Grange, 24591 S. Wallens Road.
The adventitious by Larry Damico is a fun-filled account of what happens aback the three bears go on bang and Goldilocks decides she wants a change of pace.
With the advice of three not so-little pigs, the Big Bad Wolf, and a cheat aggravating to accumulate aggregate straight, Goldilocks gets a assignment in growing up and meets abounding new and abnormal characters.
Dinner amphitheater performances will be at captivated 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 14-15. Amount is $15. Alarm 503-630-6238 to accomplish a reservation.
A matinee will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 16, and a ambrosia amphitheater fundraiser for the bounded aliment coffer is planned for 7 p.m. Friday, March 21. Acceptance to both is $10.
The Springwater Players — founded by Jeanne Kit and the backward Don Campbell — accept put on 19 productions aback 1994, best of them comedies and melodramas.
Tami Guttridge is ball director.
“Our bounded players ambit in age from about 10 to 65,” said Guttridge, who additionally serves as adept of the Springwater Grange. “Some are acreage members, some are association members, all are bodies who accept in accepting a acceptable time.”
Four ancestors members, including her husband, Don Guttridge, are included in this year’s cast.
“Tami and I both acted in the aboriginal action the Players performed,” Don Guttridge said. “We are not professionally trained, but consistently accept fun and try to do well.
For added information, acquaintance Tami and Don Guttridge at 503-630-6238.
Showtimes for the agreeable are at 7:30 p.m. Friday through Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Boring-Damascus Acreage Hall, 27861 S.E. Acreage St. in burghal Boring.
Tickets ambit from $10-$12. For added information, arrangement www.nnbtheater.com, alarm 503-593-1295 or accelerate an email to [email protected]
Downtown Aurora: Bout the Old Aurora Colony Architecture and apprentice about action in avant-garde times, get a “back door” to history in 16 18-carat antiques stores, stop at Pacific Hazelnut Farms Bonbon Branch and see how bonbon is fabricated — and sample some. Burghal amenities lath accessible restroom, chargeless parking, abounding restaurant options and a adventitious to blow on one of the city’s acclaimed dejected benches.
Gardenpalooza! Buy your plants this year anon from 100 growers set up at the acreage for this anniversary bonanza of a abundant array of burying abstracts and garden art. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat, April 5. Fir Point Farms, 14601 Arndt Road, Aurora. Details: http://www.firpointfarms.com
Tea & Tulips: Accompany us for bounce tea tasting of some of Harney & Sons acclaimed teas and artisan confections from aVancouver, BC bakery, er-baked goods. Noon-3 p.m. Sat, April 5. Time Afterwards Time, 15058 Capital St., Aurora; free. Details: 503-678-5463 or http://www.timeaftertimeoregon.com
Tulip Fest at Lath Shoe Tulip Farm, aloof 10 account from Aurora at 33814 S. Meridian Alley in Woodburn. Actualization 40 acreage of tulips, activities for kids, allowance shop, aliment and weekend festivities, too. Accessible 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily, March 28-May 6. Details: http://www.woodenshoe.com or 503-634-2243 or [email protected]
Events include:Exhibit: Blue-blooded “Rudimentary Studies and Tall Tales- 100 Years of Schooling in Aurora,” this affectation is abounding with abstruse belief of Aurora’s apprenticeship system, including the WWI adept who became the principal, the allowance that wandered up the Pudding River, a teacher’s romance, and the children’s meal program. There are agreeable and absorbing age-old and best items, including academy children’s claimed diaries, artifacts and attenuate academy photos. Circadian 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 1-June 8.Old Aurora Colony Quilters: “Fun with a Purpose” is the adage of the accumulation that meets from 9:30 to 11 a.m. every Tuesday at the museum.
Come accompany the fun, and put a purpose to that fun. Take allotment in quilt-related projects and beforehand your expertise, action and time to account the Aurora Colony Actual Society. Visitors and new associates are welcome.
Music Program: Acceptance of Ackerman Academy, Canby’s another aerial academy program, will present a adapted music affairs with artists-in-residence from the Portland nonprofit My Articulation Music .
The blow will be 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 13, at The Abode to Be Cafe, 190 N.W. Added Ave. in Canby.
The achievement is a culminating action for the aerial academy music students, who accept been autograph and practicing their own songs as an constituent during the winter trimester.
The achievement will lath aboriginal art from students, balladry readings, and adapted bedfellow Grammy-nominated dejection artisan Ellen Whyte, who formed with the acceptance for their achievement aftermost year. The affairs additionally includes aboriginal music, a array of awning songs, and acceptance manning aggregate from the instruments to the cameras from OCTS, which will be there to almanac the event.
Thanks to a acceptance from the Canby Apprenticeship Foundation, Ackerman Academy brought in My Articulation Music, a non-profit in Portland that works with at-risk adolescence to empower them through music and expression.
“From day one the Ackerman acceptance accept showed a alertness to participate in our sometimes air-conditioned activities and we abundantly acknowledge them actuality so open-minded,” said artist-in-residence Santigie Fofana-Dura from My Voice. “The acceptance accept been able to actualize music as a accumulation while showcasing themselves as individuals, which is never easy.”
This music affairs is a assiduity of aftermost year’s artist-in-residence program, which focused on beheld and assuming arts, including assignment with Canby Artisan Association volunteers and added professionals in the field.
“Students tackled the big capacity — action and death, betrayal and trust, joy and beatitude – during their My Articulation music class. The acceptance composed aboriginal music based on the capacity and their abstraction of music and agreeable composition,” Ackerman Arch Noel Hygelund said. “I accept that achievement builds aplomb and I’m aflame to see our academy flash with aplomb during the My Voice, My Music concert.”
Hygelund, as able-bodied as Superintendent John Steach, will be arena aback music for songs during the event.
The Abode to Be Cafe is hosting the affairs as allotment of their Mission Accessible blow series, and 25 percent of the profits acceptable during the achievement will be donated to abide the arts at Ackerman Academy.
The fundraising will activate at 5:30 p.m., and the acceptance will acceptance at 6 p.m. for a abbreviate reception. The achievement will activate at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. Aperture prizes and a raffle will additionally booty place.
If you are absorbed in acquirements added about the program, acquaintance abecedary Grace Saad at 503-929-6244 or [email protected]
The affair is Agrarian West. Doors will accessible 15 4:30 p.m. in the 4H Architecture at 694 N.E. Fourth Ave. Tickets are $30.
The bargain for adults is abounding by over 200 guests and is a fun and alternating evening. We will be alms several opportunities for businesses and organizations to be associated with our school’s eyes of accouterment affection apprenticeship for preschool age-old accouchement in the Canby area.
The blow offers merchants, businesses and organizations several choices to accept their donations showcased throughout the evening. Consider accommodating through: Artefact donations, allowance certificates, services, or apartment to be acclimated as bargain items. Sponsorship through announcement at the auction, in the bargain archive and at the school. Banknote donations to advice with underwriting an bargain account or advice with scholarships.
In accomplished years, the anniversary bargain has provided about 50 percent of the school’s budget. The bargain anon supports our operating budget, as able-bodied as non-budgetary improvements, and adapted needs such as scholarships. As a nonprofit, absolute preschool, our awful complex parents and agents acknowledge you for because a donation so that we may abide accouterment a affection apprenticeship for our students. Calm as a association we can accomplish a difference, one adolescent at a time.
For anxiety and added details, arrangement http://www.canbycommunitypreschool.com, alarm 503-266-2720 or accelerate an email to [email protected]
Get A Clue Scavenger Race: If you’re a fan of Amazing Race, you are abiding to adore Get A Clue. Use your brains, brawn, speed, and a little luck as you yze clues, attack tasks, acquisition locations and/or items with your team. Accumulate as abounding actual answers as possible. Complete as abounding tasks as you can and acquisition as abounding items as you are able in the allotted time. The added you do and find, the added affairs you accept to win prizes. There is no admiration what you will appear beyond in this adventure. Be accessible to change your beforehand at any time, but don’t lose your way. And accomplish abiding to watch the time; acknowledgment backward and blow penalties. This is a aggregation event. Accumulate your aggregation of 2-5, appear up with a aggregation name, and afresh annals soon. 9:30 a.m. Sat, June 14. Clackamas Canton Blow Center, 694 N.E. Fourth Ave., Canby; $20-$30 ages 12 and adolescent or $25-$35 per being ages 13 and older; http://getacluecanby.webs.com or 503-266-6662
**********************************************************************Here’s what’s blow at the Canby Accessible Library, 292 N. Holly Ave. Contest are free, unless contrarily noted. (Closed holidays) Details: www.canbylibrary.org or 503-266-3394.
Pushing the Limits: The Canby Accessible Library is one of 75 libraries borough to action this four-part reading, examination and altercation alternation for adults. The fun and cafe-style series, led by Clackamas Association College ysis adviser Ernest “Tory” Blackwell, aims to yze account about nature, connection, adaptation and knowledge. Chargeless refreshments. Allotment required. Sessions and capacity for the 90-minute programs will abide with: altercate affiliation and the book, “Thunderstruck” by Erik Larson at 6 p.m. Tue, March 25; and altercate ability and allotment 1 of the book, “The Acreage of Painted Caves” by Jean Auel at 6 p.m. Tue, April 22.Events additionally include:
April 8 at 6 pm: Apprentice to adorn an Easter egg the Ukrainian way. Ukrainian egg artisan Daniela Mahoney will allocution about this Ukrainian attitude and will advise participants the use of the wax aggressive adjustment to adorn Easter eggs. This branch is advised for adults and adolescence ages 14 and up. Allotment is required. Participants will be able to booty one to two busy eggs home.
April 15 at 6:30 pm: Adept Gardener Series. Accession to growing berries. Apprentice how to get started with blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.
May 6 at 6:30 pm: Adept Gardener Series. Growing tomatoes. Accompany the army to abound your own. This branch will acknowledgment all questions about varieties, arena alertness and breadth to about-face participants into acknowledged amazon gardeners.
May 13 at 6:30 pm: Adept Gardener Series. Starting an amoebic vegetable garden. Apprentice the fundamentals of amoebic vegetable gardening. This is a abundant accession to backyard vegetable gardening, advantageous bistro and extenuative money by growing your own produce.
Book Babies: For ages 2 and adolescent at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday.
Storytime in Spanish: For ages 2-6 at 11 a.m. every Saturday.
Family Cine Night: 6 p.m. account on the added Thursday.
Family Cine Night in Spanish: 6 p.m. account on the third Thursday.
History Book Group: 4 p.m. account on the fourth Wednesday, except in December.
Knitting and Crocheting Social: Accompany your own projects. 5 p.m. every Friday.
************************************************************************Here’s what’s blow at the Canby Developed Center, 1250 S. Ivy St. Contest are free, unless contrarily noted. (Closed holidays) Details: www.canbyadultcenter.org or 503-266-2970
Line Dancing: Wanda Matlock teaches arch citizens some avant-garde steps. Accomplice not required. Account 1-2 p.m. Tue and Thu.
Handiwork Group: Arch citizens associate while bearing ability projects. Account 10 a.m. Tue. Accompany your own action supplies.
Pinochle: Agenda d for arch citizens. Account 1 p.m. Tue and Fri.
Yoga Fitness: Erin Han teaches the chic for arch citizens. Account 1:15 p.m. Wed. Free, but donations appreciated.
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Tuesday Dinner: Arch citizens can accomplish new accompany while bistro a chargeless dinner. Account 5-7 p.m. Tue. Zoar Lutheran Church, 190 S.W. Added Ave., Canby; free; www.zoarlutheran.org or 503-266-4061 Canby Aboriginal Friday: Account 5-8 p.m. aboriginal Friday. Accompany accommodating merchants in burghal Canby for family-friendly activities, dining, wine and arcade discounts.
For information, arrangement www.ci.canby.or.us or alarm 503-266-4021.
Canby Planning Commission: Account 7 p.m. added and fourth Monday inCanby Burghal HallDevelopment Casework Office, Council Chambers, 155 N.W. Added Ave.
Canby Burghal Council: Account 7:30 p.m. aboriginal and third Wednesday in Canby Development Casework Office, Council Chambers, 155 N.W. Added Ave.
Urban Renewal Agency: Account 6 p.m. added Wednesday in Canby Development Casework Office, Council Chambers, 155 N.W. Added Ave.
Canby Parks and Amusement Advising Board: Account 7 p.m. third Tuesday in Canby Burghal Hall, Conference Room, 182 N. Holly St.
Canby Alcove of Commerce: Network while bistro lunch. Anxiety recommended. Account 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. aboriginal Tue. Old Town Hall, Cutsforth’s Thriftway, 225 N.E. Added Ave., Canby; $12-$15; Canby Alcove of Commerce, 503-266-4600 or by email to [email protected]
Powerlifting Exhibition and Clinic: Oregon powerlifters Chris Duffin and Adrian Larsen will attack to set new annal in a Guinness-sanctioned backbone exhibition on Sunday, March 16, at Elite Achievement Center.
Both lifters will action chargeless deadlift and coffer columnist clinics to absorbed athletes afterwards they accept completed their lifts.
The blow will be accessible to the public, and donations will be calm to account Portland powerlifter and bouncer Brian Rizzo. Rizzo was attack on Jan. 11 while animate at the Mystic Gentleman’s Club.
Chris Duffin will attack to breach Walter Urban’s accustomed Guinness almanac for the heaviest sumo-style deadlift in one minute. Urban’s almanac is 4,778.6 kg (10,535 lbs).
Duffin has been ranked cardinal one in the angel for four of the aftermost bristles years in powerlifting. He currently holds all of the American Powerlifting Association AAPF annal in the 198lb class. Duffin is the co-owner of Elite Achievement Center, and he is sponsored by USP Labs.
Adrian Larsen will try to exhausted Eamonn Keane of Ireland’s almanac for the heaviest coffer columnist in one minute. Keane apprenticed 6,960 kg (15,344 lbs) in 2012. Larsen currently holds the angel almanac coffer columnist in the 220-pound class, accepting apprenticed 585 pounds in competition. Larsen works for the Clackamas Canton Sheriff’s Administration and is sponsored by At Ample Nutrition and Anderson Powerlifting.
This angel chic powerlifting exhibition and apprenticeship befalling will activate at 12 noon. Afterward the guinness almanac exhibition Chris and Adrian will host a chargeless academy on coffer acute and deadlifting.
Admission will be free, but donations for Rizzo will be encouraged. All funds calm will go anon to Rizzo’s ancestors to advice awning his ascent medical expenses.
Elite Achievement Center, Oregon’s arch backbone training and powerlifting gym, is amid at 14350 Industrial Way in Clackamas. To apprentice added about Elite Achievement Center, arrangement http://www.eliteperformancecenter.com/.
Public Assurance Breakfast Forum: Accessible assurance will be the affair of a breakfast arrangement on Wednesday, March 19, at the Monarch Hotel and Conference Center.
The Arctic Clackamas Canton and Oregon Burghal accommodation of business will host the blow from 7:30-9:30 a.m. in the Pacific Ballroom, 12566 S.E. 93rd Ave.
The console includes Clackamas Blaze District Arch Fred Charlton, Clackamas Canton Sheriff Craig Roberts, Milwaukie Badge Arch Steve Bartol, Oregon Burghal Badge Arch Jim Band, Shane Strangfield, badge arch of the Damascus and Blessed Valley badge departments, and Paul Priest, Clackamas operations administrator for American Medical Response.
They will altercate the commitment of emergency casework in their communities and the challenges and opportunities they are facing.
“Attendees of this blow will accretion a new angle as to the accustomed and approaching projects that are underway to beforehand the abode by which emergency casework are delivered to those in need,” said Rhonda Winters, advice specialist for the Arctic Clackamas Alcove of Commerce, in a account release.
Cost is $25 for alcove members, or $30 for others. Anxiety are required. Arrangement www.yourchamber.com or acquaintance Winters at 503-654-7777 or [email protected]
Portland Affiliate of the Aggressive Admiral Association of America Meeting: The Controlling Administrator of the B-17 Alliance will allege to associates of the Portland Affiliate of the Aggressive Admiral Association of America (MOAA) at their April 1 affair at the Monarch Hotel, 12566 SE 93rd Ave., Clackamas. Amusing time begins at 5 p.m. with banquet starting at 6:30 p.m.
The Director, Terry Scott, will allocution about “Restoring the B-17 Bomber.” Ms. Scott is the daughter-in-law of the buyer of the Bomber Restaurant in Milwaukie.
There is a allegation of $26 for the MOAA dinner. Deadline for anxiety is 11 a.m. March 27. To accomplish reservations, go to the chapter’s award-winning web armpit www.moaaportland.org, alarm 503-650-9506 or email [email protected]
The Portland Affiliate afresh acceptable the 5-Star Levels of Excellence Accolade from the National MOAA, which is the top acceptance for active, aerial achievement chapters. The affiliate is comprised of retired, active, Reserve and National Guard admiral and represents the bigger absorption of aggressive admiral in Oregon. It additionally has an animate auxiliary. The affiliate was accountant in 1956.
Saturday, March 15, 1:30-3 pm
For ages 5 and up. We’ll accumulation the LEGOs; you accompany your creativity! Anatomy with added LEGO admirers and afresh breach bottomward your constructions.
Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30 pm
For all ages. Your library is two years old! Bless with games, food, and affluence of fun. No presents, please!
Knit & Stitch
Wednesday, March 19, 6:30-8 pm
Knitters and stitchers of all ages and accomplishment levels are acceptance to sit and ability on the third Wednesday of the month. Accompany a action or abstraction and accept fun!
Intro to Chargeless and Open-Source Software
Thursday, March 20, 6:30-7:30 pm
An able from Chargeless Geek will explain how chargeless and open-source software is fabricated and how to acquisition chargeless alternatives to programs like Microsoft Arrangement and Adobe Photoshop. Participants will additionally apprentice about Linux, the open-source operating arrangement that serves as an another to Windows, OSX and others.
Let’s Lego—Special Day!
Monday, March 24, 1:30-3 pm
For ages 5 and up. We’ll accumulation the LEGOs; you accompany your creativity! Anatomy with added LEGO admirers and afresh breach bottomward your constructions.
Wednesday, March 26, 1:30 pm
What’s a Who? Adore the activated Seuss archetypal based on the book “Horton Hears a Who” on the library’s big screen.
Plenty of Painting
Friday, March 28, 1:30-3 pm
For ages 5 and up. From rocks to paper, you’ll accept affluence to acrylic appliance watercolor and acrylic paints.
Knit and Stitch: All ages and accomplishment levels are acceptance accompany a action or abstraction and accomplish new accompany while crafting. Account 6:30-8 p.m. third Wed.
Book Group: Adolescence and adults apprehend the book alternative of the ages and altercate it with added readers. Account 8:30-8 p.m. aboriginal Thu.
Teen Writers’ Workshop: Are you a writer? Whether you abode poetry, screenplays or novels, get able feedback. Accommodated already a ages to altercate your autograph — submitted anonymously. Analyze the ability through amateur and contest to strengthen your work. Allotment required. Account 4:45-6 p.m. third Thu. Reference lath at 503-794-3885.
Let’s Lego: Ages 5 and earlier anatomy being with added Lego admirers and afresh breach bottomward their constructions. Account 1:30-3 p.m. third Sat.
National Alliance on Brainy Affliction Affiliation Group: A chargeless accretion abutment accumulation aloof for bodies with brainy affliction behindhand of their diagnosis. Account 2-3:25 p.m. Wed., Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Centermost Sancuary 1, 10180 Sunnyside Rd., Clackamas. www.nami.org/sites/nami:clackamascounty or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
Coffee With the Damascus Mayor: Account 7:30 a.m. aboriginal Mon. Arrow Coffee Shop, 19880 S.E. Highway 212, Damascus
Damascus Planning Commission: Account 6:30 p.m. added and fourth Tuesday. Damascus Burghal Hall, Council Chambers, 19920 S.E. Highway 212, Damascus.
Damascus Lath for Citizen Involvement: Account 6:30 p.m. aboriginal and third Wed. Damascus Burghal Hall, Conference Room, 19920 S.E. Highway 212, Damascus.
Damascus-Boring Kiwanis Club: Visitors are acceptable to a affair of Kiwanis International, a all-around alignment of volunteers committed to alteration the angel one adolescent and one association at a time. The bounded club supports the Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp, Adopt-A-Road, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Terrific Kids, Meals-On-Wheels, Kiwanis Kids, Builders Club and Oregon Impact. Account 7 a.m. Wed. Pub 212, 20400 S.E. Highway 212, Damascus; no-host breakfast; www.kiwanisofdamascusboring.org or Dale Parsons, 503-806-3739
Eagle Creek Barton Association Planning Organization: Meets account 7 p.m. added Thu, at Eagle Creek Blaze Station, 32200 S.E. Judd Road, Eagle Creek. Details: www.eaglecreekbarton.com or Charlene DeBruin by email to [email protected]
March 13 agenda: Transportation engineering administrator Mike Bezner and Clackamas Canton Commissioner Martha Schrader will allocution about alley aliment and allotment issues.
The proposed 70-mile-long Cascading Rivers Bikeway runs amid Estacada and Detroit. Advice on the appellation action for proposed breathtaking bikeways are accessible at www.oregonscenicbikeways.org.
Accessible animadversion on the recommended bikeway will be taken at the meetings. Accounting accessible animadversion will be accustomed both afore and afterwards the affairs until the Oregon Accompaniment Parks and Amusement Commission acts on the proposed designation.
Comments about the proposed bikeway can be beatific to Alex Phillips at [email protected]
Learn how to acrylic and ache appliance and how to upholster a coffer with a custom fabricated stenciled t cushion. You will be able to aces your best aggressive lath armchair to reinvent with paint. Basal painting and acid techniques will be accomplished as able-bodied as convalescent of the coffer with canvas adorned with best of 3 images (wreath with crown, bird, or bee). All materials, including chair, are included. Let us apperceive which angel you adopt for seat. Accompany a acrylic shirt. Amount is $65
Time to get those birdhouses accessible afore the bounce nesting division starts. Accompany a babyish hammer, cement gun and babyish assignment if you accept one. Amount is $25.
Flower Garden Batt Workshop: 1-3 p.m. Thu, April 10 and 24 and May 8.
A abundant springtime project… This admirable batt can be fabricated any admeasurement – from coffer blind up to a 61” x 68”. Apprentice basal quilting, how to accomplish hexagon blocks, point work, bent cut binding.You can be a abecedarian or accomplished quilter. Accompany 6 yards altered floral prints (light & dark), 1 backyard for bound bent strip, & 4 yards backing. Debbie has added t to share. Adapted arrangement provided Accompany scissors. Anxiety required. Amount is $45
Chicken Accommodation and Tour/4H Fundraiser: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat, April 12. Allotment not required.
Seminar 9-10 a.m.: Adept banty women Nona and Mary Shearer (the Click and Clack of Chickens) will allotment tips on aggregate to do with these backyard birds and to do it successfully. Apprentice about equipment, breeds, and the adopting and administration of chickens. Amount is $5.
Tour 10 a.m.-5 p.m.: Buy a map for $5 per being (ages 10 and adolescent free) that actualization several backyard and babyish acreage coops. At anniversary location, there will be a cartoon to win allowance certificates and prizes. There will additionally be a adventitious to win your own coop, donated by Precision Pet Products. Gain account the bounded 4H club.
Parents can acquisition advice abyssal these arduous years through a chargeless beforehand offered at Walter L. Kraxberger Boilerplate School.
“Raising Teenagers afterwards Losing Your Mind” will be captivated from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, April 3-17, at 17777 Webster Road.
The research-based affairs teaches adults how to ancestor adolescence by appliance encouragement, architecture their self-esteem, and creating a accord based on animate listening, honest communication, and botheration solving. Participants will focus on axis the challenges of the boyhood years into opportunities for their growth.
A $10 alternative book, “Active Parenting of Teens,” will be available. Chargeless childcare additionally is provided.
The beforehand is sponsored by Northwest Ancestors Services. To register, arrangement www.lastingrelationships.org or alarm 503-278-3572.
Gladstone Owners and Managers: 5-7 p.m. Wed, March 12, at the Gladstone Association Club, 255 E. Exeter St. in Gladstone. Aliment by Two Girls Catering. Host is Robert Haltiner.
Future affairs and contest include:
Details: www.gladstonebusinesses.com or acquaintance Walt Fitch 503-544-9672 or [email protected]
Gladstone Association Apprenticeship affairs announces bounce classes:
Spring is coming, and so is the March barrage of a array of fun and affordable amusement classes for youths, arch citizens and adults.
Opportunities for youths lath Bounce Breach Soccer and Pole Vault camps, Driver Education, SAT Prep, Ballet, Hip Hop, Guitar, Ukulele, Ballet, Tumbling, Aikido, Tae Kwon Do, Skyhawks sports, and more.
“We’d like to see every apprentice in Gladstone affianced in an organized afterwards academy activity, whether that’s a Association Apprenticeship class, a sports team, a library book club, or one of the abounding clubs and activities accessible at all levels in Gladstone schools,” said Lenny Bjornsen, administrator of Apprentice and Ancestors Support. “These fun opportunities advice kids anatomy able acceptance with mentors, accomplishment mastery, and a plan for their future.”
Adult classes lath Affable with Jack Campbell; Computer classes; Genealogy with Sue LeBlanc; Spanish; Aerobics; Country Dance; Zumba; Tai Chi; Yoga; Guitar; Ukulele; Oil Painting; Agenda Making; Quilting; Watercolor; Investing for the Future; Medic Aboriginal Aid/CPR; Babyish Engine Repair; Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning; Birding; Bounce Gardening, and more.
A complete account of affairs offerings from Gladstone Association Apprenticeship programs is accessible at http://gladstone.k12.or.us/images/Spring-2014.pdf.
For advice about how to register, alarm Sue Surratt at 503-650-2570.
Help with Online Job Applications: One-on-one advice bushing out applications. Alarm to accomplish an appointment.Craft Circle: Accomplish new accompany while animate on your knitting, crochet, embroidery, hand-quilting and added projects. Account 7 p.m. aboriginal and third Wednesday.
***********************************************************************Here’s what’s blow at the Gladstone Arch Center, 1050 Portland Ave. Contest are free, unless contrarily noted. (Closed holidays) Details: www.gladstoneseniors.org or 503-655-7701
Spring Fling Ability & Collectible Sale: Added than 40 vendors will advertise their wares, including arts, crafts, jewelry, antiques and collectibles, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat, April 12. Aliment and candy will be accessible for purchase. Acceptance is free. To hire a bell-ringer table ($25), acquaintance Rhonda Bremmeyer at 503-655-7701.
**********************************************************************Ongoing eventsPlay Groups: Families with children, ages 5 and younger, are acceptance to participate in chargeless ball groups at the Gladstone Centermost for Accouchement and Families, 18905 Portland Ave.
The groups accommodated account from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Mondays in the calm ball breadth and account from 3-4:30 p.m. Thursdays in the covered alfresco ball esplanade and calm ball area. The centermost additionally provides advice and assets for families with adolescent children. Details: 503-655-8601.Take Off Pounds Sensibly: T.O.P.S. is a nonprofit weight-loss abutment group. Account 6 p.m. Mon. St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 290 W. Glocester St., Gladstone; free; www.tops.org or 503-750-7686
Mommy’s Morning Off: Adolescent affliction provided for ages infant-5 years so parents can booty a breach to do whatever they please. Allotment recommended. Account 9-11:30 a.m. Thu. Tri-City Baptist Temple, 18025 Webster Road, Gladstone; free; www.tcbt.org or 503-575-0629
2013 saw the fest accompany in folk, roots and bedrock acts from Feist and Andrew Bird to Parquet Courts and King Tuff, as able-bodied as surprises such as Malian artisan Vieux Farka Tour©, who was a Woods Stage highlight. 2014 Agenda announcements should acceptance in the advancing weeks.
Once Upon a Adventitious Time: The themed blow actualization account adventitious books, crafts, activities and snacks. Account 10 a.m. Wed. Barnes & Noble Clackamas Town Center, 12000 S.E. 82nd Ave., Blessed Valley; free; www.barnesandnoble.com or 503-786-3464
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Happy Valley Burghal Council: 7-9 p.m. on aboriginal and third Tuesday of anniversary month. Blessed Valley Juvenile Diversion Panel: 5:30-7 p.m. on added Wednesday of anniversary month. Blessed Valley Planning Commission: 7-9 p.m. on added and fourth Tuesday of anniversary month. Blessed Valley Traffic and Accessible Assurance Commission: 7-9 p.m. on added Thursday of anniversary month. Blessed Valley Adolescence Council: 7-9 p.m. on added Monday of anniversary month, September through May.
Playbill: Catch the Lakewood Theatre Company’s assembly of Beth Henley’s award-winning affecting ball “Crimes of the Heart” at the Lakewood Centermost for the Arts.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, “Crimes of the Heart” is a warm-hearted, aweless and affected accessory at the plight of three Mississippi sisters betrayed by their passions.
Three developed sisters who accumulate at the ancestors home in Mississippi. The oldest sister has been adorable afterwards their grandfather. The boilerplate sister has alternating from Los Angeles afterwards a aged singing career and the youngest sister afresh attack her bedmate because she “didn’t like his looks.” A comedic and compassionate accessory at acceptable bodies whose lives accept gone wrong.
Directed by Diane Englert, the performances are slated at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 7-April 12, at 7 p.m. Sundays, March 9-23, and at 2 p.m. Sundays, March 16 and 30 and April 6-13. Tickets are $32 accustomed acceptance or $30 for arch citizens.
There will additionally be a adapted achievement at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, aback the amphitheater continues a new affairs blue-blooded WOW:25-35. Bodies ages 25 to 35 are acceptance to adore Wine on Wednesday (WOW), a wine tasting hosted at 6:30 p.m. by Angel Chic Wines. Tickets for the wine tasting and the ball are $25.
The centermost is amid at 368 S. Accompaniment St. For added information, arrangement www.lakewood-center.org or alarm 503-635-3901.
Mommy & Me Preschool: Children, ages 1-3, and parents appoint in activities advised to advice them affluence into the abstraction of school. Allotment required. Account 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tue, March 4-25; or Account 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tue, April 1-22. PLAY Boutique, 332 Aboriginal St., Lake Oswego; $75-$80 series; www.westlinnoregon.gov or West Linn Parks and Recreation, 503-557-4700
Registration opens at 11:30 a.m. and the blow will be captivated from apex to 5 p.m. Sat, March 22, at the Fairfield Inn, Lake Oswego, 6100 S.W. Meadows Road, Lake Oswego.
Cost is $35-$65 in advance, or $45-$75 at door. Cafeteria is included. Details: http://ohanw.org
“The Kiss”: Will Vinton presents a new staged agreeable about a man appliance his adventures to revisit the agrarian dreams of his youth. 7:30 p.m. Mon-Tue, March 24-25. Lakewood Centermost for the Arts, 368 S. Accompaniment St., Lake Oswego; $30 general; http://bit.ly/1cDy5j3
Held at PLAY Boutique, 332 Aboriginal St., Lake Oswego. Times and dates include: Account 2-2:30 p.m or 4-4:30 p.m. Tue and Thu, March 4-27; or Account 4-5 p.m. Wed, March 5-26; or Account 2-2:30 p.m or 4-4:30 p.m. Tue and Thu, April 1-24; or Account 4-5 p.m. Wed, April 2-23; or Account 2-2:30 p.m or 4-4:30 p.m. Tue and Thu, May 6-29; Account 4-5 p.m. Wed, May 7-28.
Cost is $90-$95 series. Allotment required: www.westlinnoregon.gov or West Linn Parks and Recreation, 503-557-4700
Donna Cori Gibson Sings Stations of the Cross: Gibson performs the agreeable and video concert based On “The Way of the Cross.” Gibson shares her songs, clear prayers, and meditations via Golden Arrow Catholic Music and Media in abounding locations, as able-bodied as on television and radio stations nationwide. Books and CDs will be accessible for purchase. 6-8:30 p.m. Fri, April 4. Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, 650 A Ave., Lake Oswego; contributed donation taken; www.ollparish.com or 503-636-7687
“Lend Me a Tenor”: New Aeon Players presents the madcap, screwball ball by Ken Ludwig. 7:30 p.m. Thu-Sat, 2 p.m. Sun, April 11-20. Rex Putnam Aerial School, 4950 S.E. Roethe Road, Milwaukie; $12 – $18; www.newcenturyplayers.org or 503-367-2620
AAUW Friendship Tea and Book Sale: The American Association of University Women Lake Oswego Branch invites the accessible to the Friendship Tea and Book Bargain fundraiser for the Maryhurst scholarship fund. Anxiety accustomed until April 5, 2014. Accelerate your name and ysis for $18 donation per being to: Sandra Hoover, 17440 Holy Names Drive #318, Lake Oswego, OR 97034. (Phone: 503-635-0952.) 11 a.m. Sat, April 12. Oswego Ancestry House, 398 10th St., Lake Oswego; $18 donation per person; lakeoswego-or.aaw.net or 503-635-0952
Lakewood Breadth Artists Art Exhibition: The anniversary blow actualization the associates and their aboriginal artwork, which will be accessible for purchase. A raffle featuring donated paintings will be captivated with gain acknowledging art scholarships at Lake Oswego and Lakeridge aerial schools. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri-Sat, April 25-26; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun, April 27. Lakewood Centermost for the Arts, 368 S. Accompaniment St., Lake Oswego; chargeless admission, $2 raffle tickets; www.lakeareaartists.com
It will be captivated from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat-Sun, Aug. 2-3, in the Artisan Village at Marylhurst University, 17600 Pacific Highway, Marylhurst (in the acreage anon south of Furman Drive, adjoining to, and arresting from Highway 43.
Admission is free. Details: http://www.artburstnw.com
The afterward computer classes will be captivated at the Lake Oswego Developed Association Center, 505 G Ave Space is limited. Allotment required: www.ci.oswego.or.us/acc or 503-635-3758 or [email protected]
Intro to iPhone: This chic is for Apple’s iPhone/iPod active the latest iOS. Capacity includes aeronautics basics, appliance the App store, account and email messages, search, and the Safari web browser. Accompany your accessory to class. Account 9-10:30 a.m. Fri, March 14-21. $16-$24 series
Accession to Facebook: Apprentice the basics of how to cross the angel of amusing networking appliance Facebook. Allotment required. Account 3-4:30 p.m. Fri, March 21-28. $16-$24 series
Family History: Apprentice how to research, record, affectation and allotment your ancestors history appliance Ancestral Quest. No age restrictions. See website for handouts. Account 9 a.m. the third Sat, admitting Nov. 15. Abbey of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1271 Overlook Drive, Lake Oswego; free; home.comcast.net/~papafug/site or 503-723-0632
The 24/7 Library: Searching Online Resources: Library-card holders can apprentice how to acceptance assets online anytime of the day or night. Allotment adapted for anniversary class. Account 10 a.m. aboriginal and added Thu. Lake Oswego Accessible Library, 706 Fourth St., Lake Oswego; free; www.ci.oswego.or.us/library or 503-636-7628 Agreeable Lap Time: Anne Clark, an aboriginal adolescence music specialist, leads a aggregate of affable rhymes, bounces and movements advised to actualize bonding amid caregivers and babies (through 18 months old). Account 10:30 a.m. Thu. Lake Oswego Accessible Library, 706 Fourth St., Lake Oswego; free; www.ci.oswego.or.us/library or 503-636-7628
Commercial Business Abomination Blockage Tips: Dealing With Hostile Clients or Transients is the affair of the chic hosted by the Gladstone Badge Department. Chargeless refreshments provided. 9 a.m. Thu, March 13. East Ancillary Athletic Club, 4606 S.E. Boardman Ave., Milwaukie; free; Gladstone Badge Arch Jim Pryde, 503-557-2765
May 1: Shawn Levy, “Paul Newman: A Life”
June 5: Nancy Rommelmann, “The Queens of Montague Street”
Sept 4: Whitney Otto, “Eight Girls Taking Pictures”
Oct. 2: Jennifer Lauck, “Blackbird”
Nov. 6: Larry Colton, “Southern League”
Homeschool Program: “Human Body: Head to Toe!” includes apprenticeship and crafts for ages 4 and older. 1:30 p.m. Thu, March 20.
Minecraft Night: Bodies of all ages are welcome. 6:30-8 p.m. Thu, March 20.
Boyhood Bold Night: Ball the newest Xbox 360 games. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wed, March 26.
Talk Aback to Books: Ages 10 and earlier apprehend and altercate the book of the month. Chargeless candy provided. Arrangement website or alarm for title. Account 4:30 p.m. third Tuesday.
Ledding Library Book Club: Alarm for titles. Account 7-8 p.m. fourth Wed.
Knit Nite: Valarie Matthews leads a accumulation for bodies who adulation to affiliate or appetite to apprentice the skill. Account 6:30-8 p.m. Thu. Accompany your own supplies.
Here’s what’s blow at the Milwaukie Ledding Library POND HOUSE, 2215 S.E. Harrison St. Contest are free, unless contrarily noted. (Closed holidays) Details: www.milwaukie.lib.or.us or 503-786-7580
Wellness Class: Jesse Buttler of Northwest Accustomed Medicine speaks and acknowledgment questions. 6 p.m. Tue, March 11. www.nwnaturalmedicine.com or 503-786-7580
Milwaukie Balladry Alternation Reading: Brittney Corrigan reads her works. 7-8 p.m. Wed, March 12.
Eric’s Cauldron: A Storytelling for Adults: Cheat Will Hornyak offers a affluent beverage of tales, legends and belief from the anatomy of the Celtic clear tradition. Geared for a complete audience. 2 p.m. Sun, March 16.
Willamette Falls Affiliate of the Coastal Conservation Association Meeting: Visitors welcome. Account 7 p.m. third Wed. Annular Table Pizza, 16550 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie; free; Dale Ballard, 503-551-9772 or [email protected] The afterward affairs are captivated in Milwaukie Burghal Hall, 10722 S.E. Capital St., Milwaukie. Details: http://www.ci.milwaukie.or.us/ or 503-786-7555
Milwaukie Burghal Council holds its assignment affair at 5 p.m. and approved affair at 7 p.m. on the aboriginal and third Tuesday of anniversary month.
Milwaukie Burghal Council holds its abstraction affair at 5 p.m. on fourth Tuesday of anniversary month. Milwaukie Citizens Utility Advising Lath meets at 6 p.m. on third Wednesday of anniversary month.
National Alliance on Brainy Illness: Suicide afflication group. Account 2-4 p.m. added and fourth Sunday. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Clackamas County, 10202 S.E. 32nd Ave., Suite 501, Milwaukie; www.namicc.org or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
National Alliance on Brainy Illness: Dinner, program, abutment sessions for families and accompany who affliction about accession of any age or accord who has a brainy illness, and bodies managing their own recovery.for family/peer groups of bodies with brainy illness. Account 6:30-9 p.m. added Tue. Homewood Heights Assisted Living, 17999 S.E. River Road, Milwaukie; www.namicc.org or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
National Alliance on Brainy Affliction Affiliation Group: A accretion abutment accumulation aloof for bodies with brainy affliction behindhand of their diagnosis. Account 1:30-3 p.m. Mon. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Clackamas County, 10202 S.E. 32nd Ave., Suite 501, Milwaukie; www.namicc.org or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
The Hamlet of Molalla Prairie is hosting a adapted advising affair featuring DEQ and a adumbrative from Interfor Lumber Mill at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 13, at the Molalla Accessible Library. Accompany your questions and apropos about the Interfor Appellation V admittance appliance appeal to move from accessory to above polluter status. Anybody is acceptable and refreshments will be served. Acquaintance [email protected] or alarm 503-789-7179 for added information.
The account affair will be captivated at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 19, a the library.
Charlotte Lehan and Elerina Aldamar of Graves Matter Consulting will be the presenters. Examples and photos of cemeteries about Molalla Prairie will be acclimated to authenticate how important these places are to our history and to our cultural heritage. Accompany your questions and apprentice about the absent art of marble stone-carving, how to use cemeteries for actual research, what the primary threats are to these celebrated artifacts, the acceptable and the bad of well-meaning apology efforts, and how we can advice assure these assets for approaching generations. Anybody is acceptable and refreshments will be served. Hamlet lath elections additionally are scheduled.
Contact [email protected] or alarm 503-829-6818 for added information.
Preschool Adventitious Time: Account 10:30-11:15 a.m. Thu-Fri.
Ukrainian Egg Decorating: Daniela Mahoney will advise you how to accomplish the ability to booty home. 11 a.m. Sat, March 15.
Molalla Toastmasters: Beforehand your accessible speaking abilities in a fun and affable atmosphere. Account 7-8 p.m. Tue. Conference Allowance to the larboard of the antechamber at Fountain Valley Dental, 1400 Fountain Way, Molalla; $20 anniversary ante or $7 per ages prorated to May and October; http://977380.toastmastersclubs.org or [email protected]
National Alliance on Brainy Illness: Abutment affair for families and accompany who affliction about accession of any age or accord who has a brainy illness, and bodies managing their own recovery. Account 6:30-8 p.m. aboriginal Mon. Molalla Christian Church, 223 E. Third St., Molalla; www.nami.org/sites/nami:clackamascounty or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
MOUNT HOODFamily Adventitious Time: Account 10 a.m. Tue. Hoodland Accessible Library, 68256 E. Highway 26, Welches; free; 503-622-3460 Bandage Dancing: Geared for arch citizens of all levels. Account 10 a.m. Tue and Thu. Mt. Hood Village Resort, 65000 E. Highway 26, Welches; free; www.mthoodvillage.com or 503-622-7665 Clubs Mt. Hood Lions Club: Lions Clubs All-embracing programs lath sight, audience and accent conservation; diabetes awareness; adolescence outreach; all-embracing relations; and ecology issues. Business meeting. Account 7:30 p.m. added Wed. Mt. Hood Lions Club, 24730 Woodsey Lane, Welches; free; Dan Wolf at 503-622-4664, [email protected]
The McLoughlin Breadth Plan Implementation Aggregation (MAP-IT) affair will be captivated from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 1, at the Oak Lodge Sanitary District, 14611 SE River Rd, Oak Grove.
On the agenda will be an amend on the efforts of a Citizen Advising Lath to abetment in developing a architecture architecture and operational affairs for a library to serve the Burghal of Gladstone as able-bodied as the Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge areas, advance against establishing compatible artery lighting for McLoughlin Boulevard from Glen Echo to Esplanade and the present cachet of the Jennings Lodge Retreat Center, a accessible breadth for a approaching esplanade for the area. The accessible is acceptable to appear to accept and to lath comments during the accessible allocation of the agenda..
MAP-IT is an advising lath to the Clackamas Canton Lath of Commissioners, fabricated up of association and business leaders from unincorporated Clackamas Canton amid the cities of Gladstone and Milwaukie. The lath was formed to accent programs and projects articular by the association in contempo years to beforehand the McLoughlin breadth and its neighborhoods.
For added information, acquaintance Ed Gronke, Armchair at 503-656-6546 or [email protected]
Here’s what’s blow at the Oak Lodge Library, 16201 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd. Contest are free, unless contrarily specified. For added information, alarm 503-655-8543.
Saturday, March 15 at 1:30-3 pm
Decorate eggs, accomplish cardboard flowers and go on a scavenger coursing at this springtime celebration.
Note Night – Howard Wade and Craig Birnie
Thursday, March 27, at 6:30-7:30 pm
Enjoy some animate music while you browse for books or sit and flavor the sounds. This ages actualization two associates of The Jellyroll Ramblers: Howard Wade on guitar and vocals and Craig Birnie on bass arena acoustic blues, ragtime and folk.
National Alliance on Brainy Affliction of Clackamas County: Family-to-Family is for bodies with developed ancestors associates or admired ones active with brainy illness. Allotment required. Account 9:30 a.m.-noon Sat, March 15-May 31. Eastham Association Center, 1404 Seventh St., Oregon City; free; www.namicc.org or 503-344-5050 or [email protected]
Clackamas Canton seeks accessible acknowledgment on cardinal plan at March 18 meeting:
The Clackamas Canton Lath of Commissioners is animate to actualize a new cardinal plan that will focus on accountability, outcomes and assessable after-effects for canton residents, taxpayers and businesses.
The aboriginal footfall of the accessible captivation action was an blow captivated on March 5 breadth citizens were acceptance to allotment perspectives on the question: “What are the best important issues the association of Clackamas Canton & the canton government will be adverse over the aing 2-5 years?”
A added befalling to acknowledgment this catechism will be captivated from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, breadth citizens are encouraged to appear and lath acknowledgment either verbally or written, in an breezy setting. Those accessory are acceptable to lath acknowledgment and leave, or break and accept to your adolescent citizens.
The affair – captivated in the Development Casework Architecture at 150 Beavercreek Alley – will be hosted by Managing Results, LLC, which is acceptable in the process.
Commissioners will not be present. The acknowledgment will be gathered, yzed and aggregate with Commissioners and the public.
Rummage Sale: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri, March 28, and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat, March 29. Ten O’Clock Church, 23345 S. Beavercreek Road, Beavercreek. Capacity and to accomplish donations: 503-655-0700
Special Toddler Adventitious Time with Missy Lipe: Toddlers, ages 3 and younger, willbe advised to a adventitious time adventure. 10:30-11 a.m., Thu, April 24. End of the Trail Interpretive Center, 1726 Washington St., Oregon City; free.
Plant Sale: Actualization ancestry plants, herbs and copse – all actual ytic priced. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat, April 26 at Stevens Crawford Ancestry House, 603 Sixth St., Oregon City. Gain account the museum.
Here are contest blow at Clackamas Association College:
Stevan Allred’s “A Simplified Map of the Real World,” a accumulating of affiliated abbreviate stories, was appear in 2013 by Backwoods Avenue Press. Allred teaches artistic autograph with Joanna Rose for The Pinewood Table program.
Dan Berne’s abbreviate belief and balladry accept been appear in arcane magazines, and he won a arcane accolade from the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. Berne owns a bazaar action consultancy and is currently autograph a book on bazaar transformation. “The Gods of Added Chances” is his acceptance atypical appear in March 2014.
This blow is hosted by the college’s English Department. For added information, acquaintance English adroitness Kate Gray at 503-594-3260 or [email protected]
Sundays at Three: Clackamas Repertory Theatre begins its fifth anniversary staged play-reading series, “Sundays at Three,” on March 16. The featured plays are by a American playwrights and all are breadth premieres.
“Falling” by Deanna Jent, directed by Jayne Stevens, opens the division on March 16. This ball explores what it is like to animate anniversary day with a ancestors affected by the challenges of autism. Playwright Jent, who has an autistic child, challenges the admirers to acquaintance the difficulties of admiring and adopting a adolescent whose behavior and accretion assailment is proving to be a crisis to those about him.
April 12 brings “One Slight Hitch,” a affected absurdity by actor Lewis Black, best accustomed for his appearances on “The Circadian Show” with Jon Stewart. It is 1981 Cincinnati, and Courtney Coleman is about to be affiliated in a abundant ceremony. That is until her attractive, cool ex-boyfriend shows up, throwing the absolute day into chaos. Add a carnal sister, an anxious fiancÃ©e, a tippling ancestor and a mother absorbing over shrimp boats, and a bouncy day unfolds. Travis Nodurft directs.
The alternation concludes May 4 with “Don’t Go Gentle,” by Stephen Belber, directed by Annie Rimmer. Adverse his own mortality, a successful, retired adjudicator begins to appraise his life, ytic his accomplishments and his absolute moral philosophy. He realizes his aesthetics were racially motivated and attempts to advice an unfairly prosecuted adolescent atramentous woman and her son. But in affable them into his home, he risks added breach from his own accouchement who accept suffered from his cruel ideology.
The staged readings are at 3 p.m. in the Osterman Theatre, followed with allocution backs with the actors and administrator and chargeless accolade and coffee.
Tickets are $10 anniversary or three for $25 and are accessible online at www.clackamasrep.org or at the box arrangement in the Niemeyer Center. For added advice alarm 503-594-3915.
Personal Belief in the Accessible Sector: A one-day branch advised for accessible breadth advisers adverse ethical decisions will be captivated at Clackamas Association College’s Oregon Burghal campus on Thursday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in DeJardin Hall, allowance 233. “Personal Belief in the Accessible Sector” will be presented by advocate and drillmaster Margaret Allee and is and sponsored by CCC’s Customized Training and Development Services.
“Personal Belief in the Accessible Sector” emphasizes claimed albatross in organizations while acclamation two axiological questions: What is the adapted affair to do in a accustomed situation, and why is it right? The branch explores the accord amid able business administration and belief aural the accessible sector.
Allee is an attorney, ethicist, educator, assistant and appear columnist with 38 years of experience. She is an accessory adroitness at Marylhurst University and is a arch academic for the OHSU Centermost for Belief in Bloom Care.
The amount of the branch is $99 per person, and 0.7 Continuing Apprenticeship Units (CEUs) are accessible through Clackamas Association College. For added information, email [email protected] or alarm 503-594-3200.
Metal Animate Seminar: Accomplished by Ron Covell, columnist of Artery Rodder magazine’s “Professor Hammer” column. Includes a custom car show. Allotment required. In Barlow Hall. 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mon, March 17. Clackamas Association College, 19600 S. Molalla Ave., Oregon City; $25; 503-594-3047
Fruit timberline workshops:
Here’s a blink at what’s blow in April at the college:
Auditions for Bounce Term Mainstage Production
Members of the association are acceptable to audience for the CCC bounce amphitheater production. Adapt a one-minute address or apprehend from the script. Auditions run from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Osterman Theatre. For added information, acquaintance Kelly White at 503-594-3153 or arrangement www.TheatreCCC.org
April 5, 12, 19, 26
This one-credit anterior beforehand provides apprenticeship for planning mural garden areas. Chic meets Saturdays, April 5 – 26, from 9 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. in Clairmont, allowance 118. Amount is $110.50. For added information, alarm 503-594-3292 or arrangement http://depts.clackamas.edu/hort/
CRT Ball Account Series: ‘One Slight Hitch’
Clackamas Repertory Theatre’s play-reading series, Sundays at Three, continues on April 13 with “One Slight Hitch” by Lewis Black, directed by Travis Nodurft. Actualization begins at 3 p.m. in the Osterman Theatre. Tickets are $10 and accessible online at www.clackamasrep.org or at the door. For added advice alarm 503-594-6047.
April 26 – May 1
International Anniversary at CCC: ‘Celebrating Accord Corps Volunteers’
The CCC Foreign Accent Department, All-embracing Apprenticeship Committee, Associated Apprentice Government, ESL, and Multicultural Ambassadors host this anniversary celebration. This year’s affair is “Celebrating Accord Corps Volunteers.” The aperture anniversary is Saturday, April 26, and begins at 10 a.m. in the Niemeyer Center, allowance 119. The aperture anniversary runs in affiliation with the aperture of an affectation blue-blooded “The Accord Corps: 50 Years of Service,” address of the Lath for a Architecture of the Accord Corps Experience. All-embracing Anniversary activities abide April 28 through May 1, with music, dance, art and cultural displays. Best contest booty abode in the Association Centermost amid 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily. Acceptance is free. For added advice alarm 503-594-3403 or 503-594-3245.
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For added information, arrangement www.raegordon.com
Kids’ Anniversary Craft: Ages 3-10 accomplish springtime crafts. Allotment required. 11:15 a.m. Fri, March 21.
Holiday Craft: Ages 3-10 apprentice how to abound Easter grass. Allotment required. 2 p.m. Wed, April 9.
We can advice you get started with a array of devices, software programs, library databases, and web applications. To book an arrangement with a technology tutor, alarm 503-657-8269 ext. 1021, or email [email protected]
Here’s what’s blow at the Avant-garde Developed Association Center, 615 Fifth St., is hosting the afterward events, which are chargeless unless contrarily noted. (Closed holidays; and March 24-28 for bounce charwoman and architecture maintenance) Details: www.orcity.org/pioneercenter or 503-657-8287
Open House: You are acceptance to bout the center, apprentice about the casework and activities accessible at the center, and accommodated the staff, agents and action leaders. Anniversary additionally lath chargeless bloom screenings and services, aperture prizes, chargeless refreshments, and a raffle. 4-6 p.m. Fri, June 6.Creative workshops (Registration adapted at atomic one anniversary above-mentioned to class)
Acrylic Painting: 9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays, April 2-May 28. Accent on acquirements besom techniques, blush mixing, concealment & composition. Demonstrations with beginning techniques to actualize arrangement & abyss appliance alloyed media. Allotment requied: Shirlee Lind, 503-722-3845. Aces up accumulation account at the Centermost afore aboriginal class. Amount is $54 for ages 62 and older, or $90 for others.
Oil/Acrylic Painting: 12:30-2:30 p.m. Wednesdays, April 2-May 28. Accent onlearning besom techniques, blush mixing, shading, & composition. Demonstrations with beginning techniques to actualize arrangement & abyss appliance alloyed media. Allotment required: Shirlee Lind, 503-722-3845. Aces up accumulation account at Centermost afore aboriginal class. Amount is $54 for ages 62 and older, or $90 for others.
Watercolor: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, April 3-May 22. Analyze the agitative & arduous average of cellophane watercolor! Apprentice to mix colors, the basics of composition, elements of angle & drawing. Allotment required: Melissa Gannon, 503-557-3963). Aces up accumulation account at the Centermost afore the aboriginal class. Amount is $60 for ages 62 and older, or $100 for others.
Physical Apprenticeship classes
Body Apparatus Fettle Cossack Camp: Account 9-10 a.m. Tuesdays and 5:30-6:30 p.m. Fridays. This cossack affected is a aggregate of strength, cardio, beef endurance, flexibility, amount & anatomic movement patterns. This chic is arduous & fun. Accompany water, a yoga mat & ablaze (3-8 lbs) duke captivated weights. $139 per ages (for both classes) or a $18 account drop-in banknote fee. Details: Jacquelyn, 541-992-6100 or [email protected]
Cardio Movement: Account 10:45-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 1-June 12. This cardio movement class, with fun ball music, combines walking & aerobics for a calorie afire workout! For adults of all ages who appetite to break fit or get fit. Amuse accompany a mat. Cost: $50 ages 62 and older, or $83 for others. Instructor: Shirley Hall. Cross Training Program: Account 9:30-10:30 a.m. Mondays, March 31-June 9 ((No chic May 26). Get in actualization for spring! This adapted conditioning affairs is advised for all-embracing anatomy fitness, accumulation cardio, weight training & accession exercises. Amuse accompany duke captivated weights & exercise mat. Cost: $30 ages 62 and older, or $50 others. Instructor: Shirley Hall
Gentle Pilates/Stretching/Yoga: Account 9:30-10:30 a.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 1-June 12. Use Yoga movements & Pilates stretches to strengthen & advance flexibility. Cost: $66 ages 62 and older, or $110 others. Instructor: Shirley Hall
Tai Chi: Account 10:40-11:25 a.m. for beginners or 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. for intermediate, both on Mondays & Wednesdays, March 31-June 11 (No class: May 26). This age-old Chinese movement improves strength, flexibility, absorption & antithesis by accumulation affable concrete exercise & brainy discipline. The apathetic & controlled moves strengthen anatomy & abate stress. Average chic has Increased accent on annular movement, benevolence & smoothness. Amount is $45 ages 62 and older, or $75 others. Instructor: Nick Han
Taoist Tai Chi Society: Account 6-7 p.m. for beginners or 7:30-9 p.m. for intermediate, both on Mondays, May 5-Aug. 25 (This centralized aggressive art improves bloom through a affable set of 108 movements. Axis and accession contest your accomplished ysis and restores calmness and accord of mind. Amount includes All-embracing Taoist Tai Chi Society lifetime associates with a adapted donation of $120 for ages 62 and earlier or $140 others. Capacity and regisration: 503-220-5970 or www.taoist.org
Zumba Fitness: Account 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesdays, April 2-June 11. This easy-to-follow Latin-inspired, calorie afire chic is like a ball fettle party. Burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour! Affair yourself into shape. Aboriginal chic on April 2 is free, afresh amount is $45 for alternation or a $5 account drop-in fee. Details: Heather Ausborn, 503-799-2025.
Beginning Yoga: Account 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursdays, April 3-June 5. Assignment on flexibility, advancement & backbone in a safe, admiring & fun class. Focus on breathing, address & captivation poses. Accompany a yoga mat. Cost: $72 ages 62 and older, $80 others. Instructor: Jennie Juffs. Registration: Kim, 503-723-4365
Intermediate Yoga: Account 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays, April 3-June 5. Added your yoga knowledge. Antecedent acquaintance preferred. Chic adds added average poses & techniques. Focus on anatomy strength, awareness, & flexibility. Bolsters, straps & accomplice stretches are used. Accompany a yoga mat. Cost: $72 ages 62 and older, $80 others. Instructor: Jennie Juffs. Registration: Kim, 503-723-4365
Beginning Bandage Dancing: Account 1-2 p.m. Mon. 50¢ per class. Apprentice bandage ball basics & simple dances, alike with 2 larboard feet. No accomplice needed.
Intermediate Bandage Dancing: Account noon-3 p.m. Tue. 50¢ per class. Apprentice the latest bandage ball accomplish & some acceptable ones as well. No accomplice needed.
Pioneer Chorus: 10 a.m.-noon Fri. $30 per semester. Singing strengthens your body, apperception & spirit. You don’t allegation to be able to apprehend music. All you allegation is to adore singing actualization tunes & acceptable time oldies. Details: Melinda Byers, 503-381-9827
Knitting and Crocheting: Account 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Wed. $20 for four sessions. Apprentice basal stitches. Accompany your own all-overs and yarn. Details: Janice Tipton, 503-829-8031
Busy Bees: Account 9 a.m.-noon Mon. Accept fun authoritative crafts, bed-making quilts and aprons, and added items to advertise at fundraisers for the center.
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Abutment Group: Allotment feelings, thoughts and adventures to bigger cope with and administer the aggregate problems of Alzheimer’s and added types of dementia. Account 1-3 p.m. the added Thu, except Nov. 22. Diana Miha, 503-317-2245 or [email protected]
Good Morning Oregon City, appointed at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, actualization networking opportunities, chargeless refreshments and a affairs presented by the host. Dates and venues include:
March 12: Oregon Burghal Elks Club, 610 McLoughlin Blvd.
March 26: Canby Re-Store at Arctic Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity, 411 S. Redwood St., Canby
Chamber Afterwards Hours is a airy networking gathering at altered breadth businesses afterwards work. This provides an opportunity for those clumsy to appear morning networking events. Affairs are about captivated in February, April, July and December the third Thursday of the ages from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Ablaze refreshments are offered. Arrangement website for details.
March 20: Willamette Falls Media Center, 1101 Jackson St
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March 21: PDX Waud, Inc. DBA: Nothing Bundt Cakes will host the blow that additionally actualization a award acid and fundraiser from 5-7 p.m. at 9895 S.E. Sunnyside Alley in Clackamas. Nothing Bundt Cakes are accessible in abundant sizes to lath gatherings both ample and small, from bite-sized Bundtinis, to distinct confined Bundtlets, to beyond 8″ and 10″ cakes and alike double-tiered cakes. In accession to cakes, their bakeries affection an array of artfully advised ability and decorations with a playful, around-the-clock affection to advice accomplish any break anytime added special.
Also, on that day, 20 percent of sales will account Clackamas Women’s Services, a nonprofit that fosters self-empowerment of women and accouchement so they can authorize lives chargeless of calm and animal violence.
Dance Lessons: The Bachelors ‘N’ Bachelorettes Square and Annular Ball Club offers acquaint account 7-9 p.m. Tue. The club for singles and couples additionally hosts dances account 7:30-10:30 p.m. Wed. Abernethy Grange, 15745 S. Harley Ave.; $5 per assignment (first assignment free); http://bnbsquares.org or Gene or Patricia Neils, 503-829-8529
Clackamas Canton Affiliate of Parents, Family, and Accompany of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG): Visitors welcome. Account 7-9 p.m. fourth Tue. Atkinson Memorial Church, 710 Sixth St., Oregon City; free; 503-887-4556 CASA 101 Beforehand Orientation: Adolescent Advocates, Inc. is recruiting volunteers to serve as Court Appointed Adapted Advocates (CASAs) for abused or abandoned children. Training is provided. Advising affairs are offered from 6-7 p.m. on the aboriginal Wednesday of anniversary month. Promenade Building, 421 Aerial St., Suite 220, Oregon Burghal (find us by afterward the alfresco access that curves up and about the baptize affection on the arctic ancillary of the building). Details: www.casa-cc.org or 503-723-0521
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Abutment Group: Allotment feelings, thoughts and adventures to bigger cope with and administer the aggregate problems of Alzheimer’s and added types of dementia. Account 1-3 p.m. the added Thu, except Nov. 22. Avant-garde Association Center, 615 Fifth St., Oregon City; free; Diana Miha, 503-317-2245 or [email protected]
Grief Abutment Group: The Bristol Hospice “Build a Bridge of Hope” abutment group, facilitated by Joanne Petrie, a chaplain, is a adventitious for bodies to allotment animosity and accept abutment from others who are experiencing grief. Acquaintance Bristol Hospice beforehand Marilyn Fergus, [email protected], for added information. Account 1:30-3 p.m. the added and fourth Thu. Avant-garde Association Center, 615 Fifth St., Oregon City; chargeless
National Alliance on Brainy Affliction Affiliation Group: A accretion abutment accumulation aloof for bodies with brainy affliction behindhand of their diagnosis. Affairs action a adjustable and accidental ambiance afterwards an educational format, and no allotment or acceptance obligation is required. Account noon-1:30 p.m. Wed. Stewart Association Center, 1002 Library Court, Allowance 15, Oregon City; 503-344-5050Fun places to go:
Oregon Burghal Pond Basin at 1211 Jackson St.: The 25 exhausted basin has 6 lanes and is kept at a adequate 86 degrees. It is complete with a diving board, baptize accelerate and baptize basketball hoop. We action lifeguard classes, pond lessons, lap swim, baptize exercise classes, recreational bathe and clandestine ability rentals. Remember, baptize is a abundant average for exercise aback the airiness and attrition of baptize can access the assurance and capability of your workout.
Details: http://www.orcity.org/swimmingpool/about-pool or Rochelle Parsch, Aquatics and Amusement administrator at 503-657-8273 or [email protected]
Online Allotment is now accessible for pond acquaint and recreational classes.
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitors Center1726 Washington StThursday – Monday, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm (it is recommended you activate your bout by 3:00 pm)Gift shop, company information, affection blur Bound for Oregon, alternating displays and self-guided alfresco tour. Admission: $9/adults, $7/seniors, $5/children ages 4-17 (children 3 & beneath are free, as able-bodied as aggressive personnel) For advice on new apprenticeship programs, exhibits and events, school/group reservations, beforehand opportunities and more, arrangement www.historicoregoncity.org
Museum of the Oregon Territory211 Tumwater DriveWednesday – Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.Gift shop, exhibits including Built-in American artifacts, 19th & 20th aeon adjustment of Clackamas Canton and the Kaegi Pharmacy.
Stevens-Crawford Ancestry House603 Sixth StThursday – Saturday, Noon-4 p.m.(last bout at 3:30)1908 Foursquare home. 15 apartment furnished with the claimed backing of birth of the Stevens and Crawford families – Oregon antecedents of 1842.
Calling All Poets: The Sandy Accessible Library will host a Balladry SLAM this spring, abundant like aftermost year’s accustomed event. The SLAM, which is sponsored by the Accompany of the Sandy Library, will be captivated from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 17.
All those absorbed in administration a composition are acceptance to participate.
A balladry bang is a anatomy of achievement balladry that was started in the 1980’s. This anatomy of self-expression has become so accustomed that there are now both National and Angel competitions. The Sandy Library SLAM, although it is far added informal, provides a admirable befalling for bounded poets and performers of all ages to allotment their work. There are categories for both aboriginal and non-original poems, and balladry can be performed abandoned or in groups.
New this year: a Achievement Branch will be captivated from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 12, in the library’s association room. Participants are encouraged to appear and convenance their performance.
The Balladry SLAM advice and access anatomy will be accessible anon at the Sandy and Hoodland libraries and online at www.cityofsandy.com/library. Alarm 503-784-2044 for added information.
The afterward contest will be captivated at the Champoeg Accompaniment Ancestry Area, 8239 Champoeg Alley N.E., in St. Paul. Unless contrarily noted, acceptance is chargeless with a $5 parking day canyon or an anniversary Accompaniment Parks Pass. Details: www.oregonstateparks.org or 503-678-1251
Champoeg History Cache: Oregon Parks and Amusement and Champoeg Accompaniment Ancestry Breadth present an agitative afternoon allocution on steamboats of the Willamette River. Ed Wilson, a retired Navy Commander and Oregon Maritime Architecture Librarian presents Boilers Gone Bad! In this affair Ed will allocution about the accession and accent of beef powered argosy in developing the abridgement of the Columbia and Willamette River drainages in the mid-19th century, and altercate the accepted disasters which befell those aboriginal beef antecedents and their passengers. He will afford ablaze on the causes of those tragedies as able-bodied as actualization how such contest still action alike with the availability of avant-garde engineering architecture and testing. 2-3 p.m. Sat, March 8.
Champoeg History Cache: Monthly at noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. third Saturday. Accompany of Celebrated Champoeg presents a alternation of animate demonstrations, presentations and talks about the history, bodies and crafts of the 19th and aboriginal 20th centuries. The agenda for anniversary 40-minute talk, in adjustment of appearance, continues with “A Metis Family: From Fur Barter to Wheat Farming” by Stephanie Wood, “Early Willamette Valley Wheat Production” by Dr. Richard Scheurman, and “Early Willamette Valley Mills” by Tom Parsons, March 15. Champoeg Accompaniment Ancestry Area, 8239 Champoeg Alley N.E., St. Paul; chargeless with $5 per agent parking fee or accompaniment anniversary pass; www.champoeg.org or 503-678-1649 or [email protected]
The agenda additionally features:
Event: Earth Day Activities from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat, April 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Description: SOLVE Cleanup – Bless Earth Day at Champoeg with a array of activities including volunteering to restore the park’s celebrated landscape. Parking fee will be waived for volunteers accommodating in the assignment project.
Event: Earth Day at Champoeg from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue, April 22
Description: SOLVE Cleanup – Bless Earth Day at Champoeg with a array of activities including volunteering to restore the park’s celebrated landscape. Parking fee will be waived for volunteers accommodating in the assignment project.
Event: Acceptable Horn Carving from 1-2 p.m. Sat, April 26
Description: Historian and adept craftsman, Scott Morrison will accord a presentation and affirmation of acceptable horn abstraction as apparent through out history. Bodies accept continued acclimated horn for abounding uses alignment from crumb horns to spoons, combs and some jewelry. Appear ascertain the abounding applied and admirable uses of the actual that was throughout history, as accepted as artificial is today.
Event: Founders Day at Champoeg from 1-4 p.m. Sat, May 3
Description: Commemorates the May 2, 1843 vote at Champoeg that accustomed the aboriginal American Provisional Government in the Pacific Northwest. Bedfellow speakers and active history programs with staff/volunteers in aeon costume.
Event: Fur Trapper Encampment from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat-Sun, May 31-June 1
Description: Booty a airing aback through time as you arrangement an accurate fur trappers’ encampment. In the aboriginal 1800’s the coffer of the Willamette River at Champoeg was host to fur trappers and their families who aggregate there afterwards the winter spent accoutrement beaver. This was the point of acknowledgment breadth trappers would adapt the hides for canoe carriage downriver to Fort Vancouver. Appear see costumed reenactors portray the lifestyle, assignment and community of the fur trade. How did they dress? What did they eat and how was it cooked? What was action like in a camp? How do you set a allurement for beaver? How do you amount and blaze a blaster rifle? In this affected you will be able to airing amid the tents and workstations to ask the interpreters these actual questions and see for yourself. Riverside Day Use Area.
Event: Accompaniment Parks Day from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat, June 7
Description: Acceptable campsites are chargeless Saturday night, June 1st. (Reservations: 1-800-452-5687) Chargeless day use parking Saturday. Ranger led bout of Champoeg celebrated sites. Art/photography demonstrations. Refreshments.
Event: Chargeless Fishing blow at Champoeg from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat, June 7
Description: In cooperation with Oregon Dept. of Angle & Wildlife, Champoeg will host a chargeless fishing blow on Saturday at the baiter dock. A bound cardinal of fishing poles, accouterment and allurement will be provided for participants as able-bodied as refreshments. Chargeless day use parking.
Event: Bluebird Day at Champoeg from 1-4 p.m. Sat, June 14.
Description: Appear bless the acknowledgment of the western bluebirds to the esplanade with a array of fun and educational activities hosted by volunteers from the Prescott Bluebird Accretion Project. Observe bluebirds at their backup boxes; anatomy or acquirement a backup box or adore video presentations and exhibits.
Event: Echoes in Time Workshops in Aboriginal Active Abilities from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. circadian Mon-Fri, July 21-25
Event: Farmstead Day from 1-4 p.m. Sat, Aug. 30
Description: Advancing this September 21st at Champoeg Accompaniment Ancestry Area, the acknowledgment of the fur brigade! They accustomed in aboriginal June of this year afterwards a continued winter of hunting and accoutrement the creeks and streams of the Willamette Valley and south to the Rogue Country. They brought with them their fur bundles accessible to barter with the Hudson Bay Company, accumulate and bless their adamantine assignment and access bare accoutrement for the advancing year. Now they are aback camped forth the shores of the Willamette River at the affair armpit accustomed as Champoeg. Here they will already afresh gather, renew old friendships and get accessible for the winter journey. Appear and see what action was like for these audacious men and their Metis wives. Arrangement their camps, ask questions. Watch demonstrations of trapping, shooting, affable and packing for the fur trade. Appear see costumed reenactors portray the lifestyle, assignment and community of the fur trade.
Event: Angel Harvest Day from Sat, Oct. 4
Description: Accouchement and adults of all ages are acceptance to allotment in the simple joys of an ancient anniversary celebration. Volunteers in aeon accouterment will advice accouchement and their families accomplish sugarplums, adorn gingerbread, ball 19th aeon games, accept to anniversary storytelling and actualize anniversary decorations. An anniversary ancestors tradition.
Laksa (Southeast Asian Curried Noodle Soup): Affable chic accomplished by chef Surja Tjahaja. Allotment required. 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sun, March 23. West Linn Developed Association Center, 1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn; $30-$35, includes lunch; www.westlinnoregon.gov or 503-557-4700
Author Reading: R. Gregory Nokes will actualization slides and apprehend from his new book, Breaking Chains: Slavery on Trial in the OregonTerritory, at the West Linn Library Monday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m. at the library at 1595 Burns St., West Linn, 503-656-7853. Chargeless to public.
Beginning Guitar 1: Adolescence and earlier can apprentice accessible chords strumming and songs. Accompany your own guitar. Allotment required. Account 7:45 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Mon, March 31-Apri 28. Rosemont Ridge Boilerplate School, 20001 Salamo Road, West Linn; $65-$70 series; www.westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec or West Linn Parks and Recreation, 503-557-4700
Spring Crafts: The projects, geared for ages 7-12, are aggressive by the adorableness of attributes and lath blooming flowers, collywobbles and birds. Allotment included. Account 6-7 p.m. Wed, April 9-May 21. Rosemont Ridge Boilerplate School, 20001 Salamo Road, West Linn; $67-$72 series; www.westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec or West Linn Parks and Recreation, 503-557-4700
Angels in the Outfield: “Star Light, Star Bright” is the anniversary bargain and banquet featuring Casey Gwinn, a nationally acclaimed apostle and activist for Ancestors Justice Centers. The alignment seeks to brighten the lives of accouchement whose lives accept been affected by abomination or adolescent abuse. 5:30 p.m. Sat, April 12. Oregon Golf Club, 25700 S.W. Petes Mountain Road, West Linn; $50; theangelsintheoutfield.org or 503-650-6900
Easter Basket and Eggs Affair Cake: Children, ages 7 and older, adorn a pre-iced, 8-inch annular boilerplate blot and Italian meringue ercream block with decorations fabricated appliance fondant to booty home. Allotment required. Noon-2 p.m. Sat, April 19. Stumptown Cakes, 2375 Falcon Drive, West Linn; $67-$72, includes materials; www.westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec or West Linn Parks and Recreation, 503-557-4700
Let’s Allocution Gardening: Allotment and aces up new tips while networking with adolescent gardeners. Account 11 a.m.-noon Wed. West Linn Developed Association Center, 1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn; free; www.westlinnoregon.gov or 503-557-4700 Knitting and Crocheting Group: Accompany your projects and accompany the accumulation for chat and relaxation. Beginners additionally welcome. Account 10 a.m.-noon Thu. West Linn Developed Association Center, 1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn; free; www.westlinnoregon.gov or 503-557-4700
Ides of March Anniversary and Hog Roast: Wilsonville’s Hautemealz.com is throwing a chargeless hog buzz to bless the Ides of March on Sat., March 15, at The Beer Station (8633 SW Capital St., Suite 400) from 2 to 8 p.m.
It is a fundraiser for Hautemealz.com’s Absolute Affable Program.
Hautemealz.com is a account subscription-based compound and meal planning account which has a mission of altruistic 30 percent of its profits to charity.
For this event, the chefs will smoke two pigs, donated by The Beer Station, on its LaCaja China pig roasters and action commons in barter for donations. Rusty Truck Brewing has donated a keg to The Beer Station, which will action distinctively priced pints and accord the gain to the affable program.
According to Perry Perkins, Hautemealz.com’s controlling chef and card designer, the Absolute Affable Affairs is an beat he developed in affiliation with Impact NW’s Absolute Active Program, to advise a alternation of basal home affable classes for adolescence departure the foster-care arrangement to animate on their own.
Hautemealz.com aims to accession abundant funds through the donations, accompanying with its beat fund, to accouter carriageable affable stations with a table, syllabus, burners, pans, pots, and assorted basal affable implements. The classes, mentored by one of the Hautemealz.com chefs, will advise the adolescence how to plan, boutique for and baker healthy, affordable commons at home.
“Young bodies who accept spent their lives in advance affliction generally attempt aback they leave the system,” Perkins says. “Hautemealz is accustomed to be a allotment of the Absolute Active Affairs by administration our ability through hosting this advancing alternation of kitchen abilities courses.”
— Cathie Ericson, Adapted to The Oregonian
Pastel Pleasures art affectation actualization the assignment of Oregon delicate artists Irene Van Dusen and Wendy Ware. The show runs through May 16 in the capital lobby.
Irene Van Dusen is a built-in Oregonian who draws afflatus from the adorableness of the state. Van Dusen didn’t actively accompany her art until she was aing to retirement. She has acceptable assorted awards for her painting, and her flat is her home in Albany.
Wendy Ware is a mural artisan and amount painter who resides in Corvallis. She accelerating with an art amount from Western Michigan University and formed in clear design. Ware’s assignment is currently in clandestine collections beyond the country.
Exhibit hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday — and on three Saturdays: April 5, April 12 and May 3, at the Clackamas Association College Wilsonville campus, 29353 S.W .Town Centermost Loop East in Wilsonville. The affectation is accessible to the accessible and there is no amount to attend. Details: 503-594-0950 or [email protected]
Book Club: 6-8 p.m. Thu, March 13. Book is “The Thirteenth Account by Diane Setterfield.” Description: Gothic Fiction – Reclusive columnist Vida Winter, acclaimed for her accumulating of twelve alluring stories, has spent the accomplished six decades penning a alternation of alternating lives for herself. Now old and ailing, she is accessible to acknowledge the accuracy about her amazing actuality and the agitated and adverse accomplished she has kept abstruse for so long. Calling on Margaret Lea, a adolescent biographer afflicted by her own aching history, Vida disinters the action she meant to coffin for good. Margaret is bugged by the author’s account of gothic aberancy – featuring the admirable and adamant Isabelle, the beastly twins Adline and Emmeline, a ghost, a governess, a topiary garden and a adverse fire. Together, Margaret and Vida accost the ghosts that accept apparitional them while becoming, finally, adapted by the accuracy themselves.
Come allotment your thoughts about these titles and accompany suggestions of your admired authors and titles for approaching meetings. For added advice about the book club, acquaintance the library at 503-682-2744 or by email at [email protected]
To break connected, you can additionally accompany the email account by emailing [email protected]
“The Amazing Action of Homer Davenport”: Gus Frederick presents a beheld overview of political artisan and artisan Davenport’s action and times. Frederick is currently putting the final touches on “The Calm Works of T.W. Davenport,” comprised of the writings of Davenport’s father, an Oregon avant-garde politician, from the Oregon Actual Quarterly. 6 p.m. Tue, March 25. McMenamins The Old Church, 30340 S.W. Boones Ferry Road, Wilsonville; free; 503-779-9378
Stretch, Backbone and Stamina: Exercise chic for ages 55 and older. Account 11-11:45 a.m. Mon and Fri, June 17-Dec. 20 (except holidays). Wilsonville Association Center, 7965 S.W. Wilsonville Road, Wilsonville; $1 drop-in fee; www.ci.wilsonville.or.us or 503-682-3727
History Pub at McMenamins: The Wilsonville/Boones Ferry Actual Society, McMenamins and the Wilsonville Accessible Library aggregation up to present programs absorption on Oregon’s affluent history. Account 6:30-8 p.m. the aftermost Tue. See agenda at website for topics. McMenamins Wilsonville – The Old Church, 30340 S.W. Boones Ferry Road, Wilsonville; free; www.wilsonvillelibrary.org or alarm the Wilsonville Accessible Library, 503-682-2744 or [email protected]
Pinochle and Cribbage: Ages 55 and earlier can accomplish new accompany while arena games. Account 1 p.m. Tue. Wilsonville Association Center, 7965 S.W. Wilsonville Road, Wilsonville; free; www.ci.wilsonville.or.us or 503-682-3727
Here’s what’s blow at the Wilsonville Accessible Library, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road. Contest are chargeless unless contrarily specified. Details: www.wilsonville.lib.or.us or or 503-682-2744 or [email protected]wilsonvillelibrary.org
Great Books Altercation Group: Absorbed in aesthetics and the ‘big questions’ of life? Accompany added adults for a roundtable altercation of how avant-garde day issues are reflected and aflame by the abundant Western archetypal books. Account 4-6 p.m. third Wednesday. The account of titles is accessible on the website or by contacting Developed Casework Librarian Greg Martin at 503-682-2744 or [email protected]
Alzheimer’s Support: Account 10 a.m.-noon the third Fri. Allotment required. Wilsonville Association Center, 7965 S.W. Wilsonville Road, Wilsonville; free; 503-570-1526
Wilsonville Burghal Hall, Council Chambers, 29799 S.W. Town Centermost Loop E, Wilsonville. For information, arrangement www.ci.wilsonville.or.us
Wilsonville Burghal Council: Account 5 p.m. aboriginal and third Monday.
Wilsonville Planning Commission: Account 6 p.m. added Wednesday.
— Vickie Kavanagh
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