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Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat For Humanity (118th consecutive month)

always on the 2nd Tuesday each month)

6:30 pm at the Axe & Fiddle Music Pub, 657 East Main Street, Cottage Grove,

Free (donations encouraged and gratefully accepted). Call (541) 942-3878 for more information.

Eugene Ballet Company’s 2016-2017 season

Regional performances:

The Nutcracker- Historic Elsinore Theater, Salem, OR

Thursday, December 22nd, 7:30pm

Friday, December 23rd, 7:30pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream- Historic Elsinore Theater, Salem, OR

Cottage Theatre’s 2017 Calendar of Events

3).The Importance of Being Earnest

June 9, 10, 11*, 15, 16, 17, 18*, 22, 23, 24, 25*

$25 Adult, $15 Youth (6-18)

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances start at 8pm

Sunday matinees start at 2:30pm

Arguably the wittiest farcical comedy in English, The Importance of Being Earnest is an 1895 play by Oscar Wilde in which the protagonists invent fictitious personae in order to escape burdensome social obligations.

Email Contact:

Phone: 541-942-8001

4).The Good Doctor

August 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20*, 24, 25, 26, 27*

$25 Adult, $15 Youth (6-18)

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances start at 8pm

Sunday matinees start at 2:30pm

Russian humor meets classic American wit! American playwright Neil Simon dramatizes several short stories by Russian author Anton Chekhov in this highly amusing series of sketches first produced on Broadway in 1973.

Email Contact:

Phone: 541-942-8001

5).Jekyll & Hyde

October 6, 7, 8*, 12, 13, 14, 15*, 19, 20, 21, 22*, 26, 27, 28, 29*

$25 Adult, $15 Youth (6-18)

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances start at 8pm

Sunday matinees start at 2:30pm

Jekyll & Hyde, a thrilling pop rock musical based on the classic novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, explores that fine line between good and evil existing in us all.

Email Contact:

Phone: 541-942-8001

TrackTown Tuesday connects local track and field athletes and the sport to the community of TrackTown USA. The popular town hall meetings are held each month in the third floor ballroom at the Downtown Athletic Club. They are free and open to the public. Doors open at 6 p.m. for a social hour, followed by the one-hour show at 7 p.m. Food and beverage will be available for purchase.

Date(s): June 6th (In conjunction with TrackTown Live at Hayward)

Times: Social hour 6pm, Showtime 7pm

Location: Downtown Athletic Club

Address: 999 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97401

Admission: Free Event / Free Parking


Contact: Lindsay Marcum,

Caregiver SUPPORT EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES You are invited to attend a FREE monthly educational series featuring experts and professionals who provide support to families and who are advocates for seniors and their care. All events will be held at City of Eugene Hilyard Community Center, 2580 Hilyard St, Eugene, OR 97405

Call us at (541) 343-8439 for more information or to reserve your seat(s). Hurry space is limited. Refreshments provided

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Helping Seniors Manage Chronic Disease

Self-management support is the assistance caregivers can

use to encourage daily decisions that improve health.

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Senior Finances, What to do When it’s

Time to Help

Employ strategies to protect your loved ones from financial


THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Managing Chronic Pain

Effective pain management is a crucial component to

caring for the elderly.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Congestive Heart Failure Facts and Fiction

Caregivers can benefit from specialized training about the

disease process of CHF and how to best encourage their

loved ones to manage the disease.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Living Without Depression is Possible

Learn how you can help your loved ones suffering from


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Skip the Holiday Blues and Enjoy

the Season

Learn how you can enhance your loved ones holiday spirit

and create enjoyable experiences with family and friends.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2017, 10:00 A.M.

Eating Is Essential to Promote Health

Learn how to identify underlying factors that affect



A 40 yr. Class Reunion is planned for the graduating classes of Springfield High School & Thurston High School 1977. Both classes will be combined for this fun filled weekend—July 21, 22, & 23. All students that would have graduated with either the Springfield or Thurston Class in 1977 are invited to attend.

July 21, 2017 The Opening Event: a meet & greet with a Taco Bar Buffet

July 22, 2017 The Main Event: a sit down dinner. Choice of Prime Rib, Chicken or Fish

July 23, 2017 The Final Event: a no host pizza final day gathering at Roaring Rapids Pizza.

Planning is still in the works. For more information, contact either:

Trina Halpain 541-514-9494

Or Debi Alger Jensen 541-227-8992

Harrisburg Multicultural Celebration in its third year

Harrisburg’s third annual Multicultural Celebration promises to be the biggest, best, yet, featuring dancers and music from around the world, local crafts, and food.

Several dance troupes will perform, headed up by Aztec Dance Titlakawan performing Native American dances from Mexico. Other acts include Irish and Scottish traditional dances, the Mexican hat dance, and Samoan dances. The finale to this year’s Multicultural Celebration will be the Mexican Dancing Horse troupe. Their high-stepping prancing delighted parade attendees last Fourth of July, and are sure to please the kids and families attending the Multicultural Celebration.

The Multicultural Celebration is Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Harrisburg Elementary School’s covered playground, 642 Smith St. in Harrisburg. Attendance is free. For more information about the event, or if you are interested in being a vendor, contact the HART Community Center, 541-995-7700,

Young Women’s Fire Camp will be hosted by Eugene Springfield Fire during the week of July 10th through the 14th, 2017. This FREE day camp is for high-school aged young women who are interested in gaining confidence and leadership skills and provides an opportunity for them to try fire-fighting and emergency medical services through hands-on training in a safe and controlled environment. Further information and an application may be found by going to www.eugene.or-gov/fire or by calling 541-682-7135.

May 20, HIV Alliance will once again be hosting “Big Night”—our annual auction and benefit event. The theme for this year’s Big Night is “Big Disco Night.” We hope you can join us for a groovy evening of fun and feasting all while helping to provide critical support for our HIV education and prevention programs. Special getaways and unique auction packages also await your perusal!

When: May 20, 2017

Time: 4:30 – 7:00 pm

Where: Domaine Meriwether/Valhalla Winery, 23785 OR-126, Veneta, OR 97487

Entertainment provided by Evynne Hollens

Ticket Price: Single tickets are $75 each or you can purchase a pair of tickets for $125 (limited time pricing so register today!). You also have the option of purchasing a combination of tickets at these pricing. For example, to purchase tickets for three people and still get the pair discount, click the “Single Ticket” option to purchase 1 single ticket and then click on the “Pair of Tickets” option to purchase 1 pair of tickets before checking out to pay for all three tickets.

Camp Harlow's Annual Open House?

Join us for our Annual Open House and experience a taste of Camp!

Sunday, June 1th - 1 to 4pm

Free Event, fun for the whole family!

Swimming, Bumper Boats, Go-Karts, Zipline and much more!

We hope to see you there!

35th Lane County Home Improvement Show

Oct. 6-8, 2017

Lane Events Center - Convention Center: 796 W 13th Ave, Eugene (541) 484-9247

Showcasing Great Home & Garden Transformations! Shop & compare 250 exhibits featuring experts, products and services for homes & yards. Learn “How-to” at 40 seminars. Register to win $5,000 of Prizes Sponsored by KEZI-9.

FREE admission with canned food donations. FREE Parking.

Fri: 5pm-9pm, Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun: 10am-5pm.

13th Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show

Jan 19-21, 2018

Lane Events Center - Convention Center: 796 W 13th Ave, Eugene (541) 484-9247

America’s 1st Sustainable Home & Garden Show Returns!

Over 225 Sustainable Exhibits for the Home, Garden & Life. Tour Oregon’s Tiny House Round-Up! Explore 7 Pavilions of Green Good Earth Living: Home, Garden, Food, Transportation, Art, Wellness, and ReUse. Enjoy National Green Building Experts, Sustainable Living Experts, NW Authors, Live Music, Organic Eats, 80 Eco-Friendly Seminars, Green Neighbors, and Our Signature Chickens Over the Aisles!

FREE admission with canned food donations. FREE Parking.

Fri: 5pm-9pm, Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun: 10am-5pm

“Quantum computers and Schrödinger’s cat”

David Wineland

7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 30

University of Oregon

Struab 156

1451 Onyx St.

Eugene, OR 97403

What is quantum computing and what does it have to do with physicist Erwin Schrödinger’s famous quantum physics cat? In a free public lecture, Nobel-laureate physicist David Wineland will explore these topics and discuss how his research group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology became aware of their connection when carrying out experiments on individual atomic ions. Wineland’s work as the founder of NIST’s ion storage group and as a member of the physics faculty of the University of Colorado at Boulder has led to advances in spectroscopy, atomic clocks and quantum information. He shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics with French physicist Serge Haroche “for groundbreaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems.” The lecture is sponsored by the University of Oregon’s Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation and the Department of Physics.

FREE Ongoing Drop-In Art Classes with Alan M. Clark.

Helping to guide you toward your creative vision in painting, drawing and/or illustration.

Learn how to digitally prepare images for reproduction and use of the Photoshop Program. You will need this program on your laptop for hands-on training. Alan will be using his computer to walk students through the process.

Tuesdays 1:00pm-4:00pm

Call 541-726-8595 to reserve your space

The Middle School and High School Drama Team of Navigators Homeschool Group will be performing Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Christ's Center Auditorium, 530 W. 7th Ave., Junction City, Oregon, on Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20, 2017, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5/Student and $7/Adult and are available at

20th on the 20th All Ages Dance Party Celebrating 20 years serving and celebrating the Autism Community


DJ Spins-a-Lot

MC Mark Roberts

Fun Raffle



Special Friends Costume Contest

Dress up your favorite stuffed animal and win a prize!

May 20, 2017. 7-11PM


Vet’s Club Ballroom

Willamette St

Workshops for Performing Artists: Craft & Communicate Your Brand

Panel discussion with Halie Loren, Tim McLaughlin, Tony Glausi, and Thaddeus Moore of Sprout City Studios. Led by author/artist Vicki Amorose.

Friday, May 19th, 1:00-3:00 PM

Location: Community Center for the Performing Arts/WOW Hall

This workshop is part of Lane Arts Council's 2017 Spring Workshop Series for Performing Artists.

Sign up for $20, or attend the full workshop series for a discounted price of $50 (UO Music and Dance students and alumni register free)


Workshops for Performing Artists: Venue Booking & Contracts

Panel discussion with booking professionals from WOW Hall, HiFi, Hult Center, and The Shedd Institute

Friday, June 2nd, 1:00-2:30 PM

Networking Reception at 2:30 PM (free)

Location: Community Center for the Performing Arts/WOW Hall

This workshop is part of Lane Arts Council's 2017 Spring Workshop Series for Performing Artists.

Sign up for $20, or attend the full workshop series for a discounted price of $50 (UO Music and Dance students and alumni register free)


Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat For Humanity (125th month)

Tuesday, June 13, July 11, August 8, etc; always on the 2nd Tuesday each month) at 6:30 pm

at the Axe & Fiddle Music Pub, 657 East Main Street, Cottage Grove,

Free (donations encouraged and gratefully accepted). Call (541) 942-3878 for more information.

South Eugene High School Theater presents the final show of its 2016-17 season, “Time Stands Still” by Donald Margulies, opening May 17 in the school’s Little Theater at 400 E. 19th Ave. Directed by senior Margaret Gleason, this engaging four-character drama examines our relationships with war, journalism, and, above all, each other. A 2009 Tony Nominee for Best Play, “Time Stands Still” tells a deeply human and personal story, while also leaving unanswered qualms regarding the way America deals with war and tragedy coverage.

The show runs for one weekend only with performances on May 17, 18, 19, and 20 at 7 pm. Tickets are $7 for students and seniors, $10 for adults, and can be purchased online at or at the box office half an hour before the show. For further information, call the South Eugene Theater box office at 541-790-8070.

OUTRUN THE STIGMA The Run For Mental Health Awareness

JUNE 11th 10am to 2pm

Alton Baker Park

There is a $25 entry fee, $10 for event shirt

For more information, please call (541) 343-7688 or go to our website at

Exploring the Willamette Water Trail & Greenway Program Coast Fork Science Pub

Tuesday May 23rd 5-7:00pm at Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main Street, Cottage Grove

On May 23rd, the Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council welcomes Travis Williams, Willamette Riverkeeper Executive Director, for our May 2017 Science Pub presentation entitled Exploring the Willamette Water Trial & Greenway Program. The Willamette River Water Trail is one of only 20 National Water Trails in the United States. It spans over 200 miles of the Willamette River and key tributaries, including the Coast Fork Willamette River, creating multiple opportunities for people to connect with the river landscape. This accessibility enables people to encounter a diversity of wildlife, explore backwaters, enjoy scenic campsites and experience relative peace and quiet within close proximity to many of Oregon’s largest population centers. This presentation will provide insight on how to access and enjoy the Willamette River Water Trail. Mr. Williams will explain the interesting past and little-known aspects of the Willamette River Greenway Program, the program which provides much of the foundation of the Willamette River Water Trail. Just in time to plan your quick summer getaway or multi-day trip, come learn about the wealth of opportunity provided by the Willamette River Water Trail & Greenway Program!

EWEB Kilowatt Klassic 2017

MAY 20, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Participants are high school students, from around the state, who build battery operated go-karts as part of their industrial tech class at school and race them for fun.

Admission is free to the public.

Downtown Springfield Second Friday Art Walk|May Guided Tour

1.Emerald Art Center-500 Main St- 12th Annual Emerald Spring Exhibition 2017-National Painting Competition- May2-June 3.

2.Wise Turtle Acupuncture and In Motion Pilates-500 Main St. (Upstairs)- Wise Turtle Acupuncture will be hosting the work of Marilyn Kent with the artist on site to discuss collection entitled, "Colors of Wonder". Light refreshments provided.

1.City Hall Gallery-225 5th St-City Hall Gallery 5-7pm-Featuring Richard Jelinek (wildlife photography) – Musician: David Helfand - Light refreshments provided.

1.Wildish Theatre-630 Main St – “Springfield Proud”. Photography by Mikayle Stole

1.Tronson Gallery of Contemporary Art-740 Main St-Featured Artist, Justin Boggs, painting and architectural renderings – Refreshments

1.Cascade Center for Spiritual Living-741 Main St-Featured Artist Dana Furgerson. Her show is called “A Sense of Wonder” and it’s a series of wood carvings.

1.Neu Real Estate-741 Main St.-Name of Artist Featured: Destry Neu-Wooden Signs and Custom Classes, Dee’s Signs-Artist Reception-None-Entertainment-None-Refreshments provided as well as an artist demonstration.

Other Participating Venues:

1.A3 Academy of Arts and Academics-615 Main St-Celebrate the 2017 Seniors with their Art being exhibited.

1.Springfield Museum- 590 Main St-Featuring the photography collection "We Are Neighbors" presented by Springfield-Eugene SURJ and CALC and celebrating immigrants as members of our local community, as well as the historical exhibit "When Springfield Was Young: Establishment and Development of the Historic Center," created by the Springfield Historic Commission and Springfield Museum. Starting at 6pm there will be opening remarks for "We Are Neighbors," poetry and live music.

1.Memento Ink-525 Main St- watercolor paintings by Julie Coats as well as refreshments.

1.U.S Bank-437 Main St -

2.Hearts for Hospice-444 Main St - TBD

3.Haven­-349 Main St-Haven Home Garden and Gift will be Hosting Local Acrylic and Mixed Media-Artist Kristen Brack. Meet the Artist and enjoy hors d'oeuvres and wine!

1.Celeste Watch Company-335 Main St-Featured during the walk: Celeste Watch Company is an artisan watch company that specializes in hand crafting watch dials and straps. Stop by to see Celeste, one of the only women watch dial artists in the United States, create and discuss her watch dial inlays of abalone shell, mother of pearl and wood. Also on display is a demonstration of hand sewing a watch band. Refreshments will be served.

1.331 Mosaic-331 Main St- Featured Artist Name: Levi Sorensen-Art Medium: Wire Wrapping/art-Levi is a wire artist originally from Utah. When he moved here he started selling his art at Saturday Market, he crafts wire wrapped jewelry, wire display trees and more. He will be giving a simple wire wrapping demonstration. We will be providing some snacks in our shop for those who stop by on the artwalk.

2.The Smith Factory-326 Main St/Unit C - n display will be new works by Nathan Aardvark in collaboration with the Smith Factory.

3.Malerishe Gallery- 236 Main St-OPEN HOUSE/VINO and VANGO - 6 YR CELEBRATIONand pARTy! 5-8 pm. Silver and Metal Clay Jewelry Demonstration by Donna Yutzy

LIFE! Lutheran School –Dinner AUCTION!

710 E Hilyard in Eugene

Friday, May 19, 2017

$20 per person – Meal catered by Mucho Gusto

Purchase ticket by calling 541-342-5433

Door opens at 6:00 pm

10% of proceeds will go to Community Supported Shelters

Emerald Valley Opry Powers Auditorium Willamette High School

1801 Echo Hollow Rd. Eugene Or

Midnight Darlins--- Americana/country

Xtra-Mile--- Country/Rock

Little Sisters – Old Country & Gospel

McKenzie Express—Country to Rockabilly

David Lomond -Hawaiian, Gospel & Elvis

Money raised goes to the Bethel School district for the music programs

June 10th

Doors open at 5PM Houseband 5:15 Concert 6-9:30

Adults $8- Seniors 55+ $5 -7 thur16 $3 under 7 free

This fall, LLS will host approximately 150 Light The Night Walks across the U.S. to pay tribute and bring hope to people battling cancer. The walks are open to all; there is no fitness requirement. Participants walk in their community and carry lighted lanterns for survivors, supporters and in memory of loved ones lost.

Your local walk(s) will take place on: 10/14/2017

OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Portland, OR

When you or someone you love hears the words, “You have cancer,” it’s one of the darkest days of their lives.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) award-winning community events, Light the Night Walks, bring light to the darkness of cancer by uniting survivors and supporters and are a remembrance, a celebration and a rallying cry to help fund critical advances in the fight against blood cancers.

As a result of LLS’s fundraising campaigns like Light The Night, LLS has invested more than $1 billion to advance cancer therapies and save lives. While blood cancer survival rates have doubled, tripled and even quadrupled for some blood cancers since 1960, there is still more work to be done to find cures. Every three minutes on person in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer, and every nine minutes someone dies from a blood cancer.

LLS’s Light The Night brings light to the darkness of cancer through hope, research and support for patients and their families. For more information or to register for your local walk, call (877) LTN-WALK or visit or to learn more, or to find your local chapter, please visit

or contact the Information Resource Center at (800) 955-4572.

New Dream’s 8th Annual Fiesta!

We will be having family activities including games, music, face painting and delicious food plates! We will have fresh fruit refreshments as well. Our raffle will be at the end of our event, which are donated by local businesses.

On Saturday June 24th, 2017, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Cash ONLY, Donations are accepted.

Event Phone: 541-344-1905


Contact email:

Free Veterans Wellness Event at Trauma Healing Project May 26th 11am – 3pm

On the Friday of Memorial weekend, Veterans of all eras and from any country are invited to come try a sampling of services available through the Healing Arts Program at the Trauma Healing Project. These services are known to help with depression, anxiety, insomnia and other trauma related reactions. The sampling offered at the event will include Acupuncture, Mindfulness and Movement classes provided by experienced practitioners.

The number of Veterans in our community impacted by trauma continues to increase with far reaching impacts that spill over into families and beyond. Healing arts services are available for low or no-cost at the Trauma Healing Project provide important alternatives to veterans who need more support to heal from trauma.

The Trauma Healing Project (THP) is a local non-profit in Eugene working to raise awareness and provide healing support to those effected by trauma living in the Eugene-Springfield area. For more information about THP visit

Veterans are invited to come meet Trauma Healing Project practitioners and staff, tour their beautiful healing space and try out services. Snacks will be provided and childcare is available for children 12 and under.

For more information about the event or to RSVP call (541) 687-9447.

For media inquiries, please contact Melina Granofsky, Veteran and Event Organizer at or Elaine Walters, Executive Director at or call 541-687-9447.

Water Ouzel Clean Up Float

Saturday June 3rd 8:30am-4pm

Row River Nature Park boat launch, 33301 Row River Rd., Cottage Grove

and Lynx Hollow State Park, 80998 Davisson Rd., Creswell (Saginaw)

The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council (CFWWC) and Willamette Water Ouzels invites the community to join the annual clean up float of the the Row and Coast Fork Willamette Rivers. Collect trash, view wildlife and enjoy the river landscape while helping to improve river conditions locally and downstream. This year will be the 11th year of the Water Ouzel Clean Up Float. The float covers six river miles starting at the Row River boat launch and ending at Lynx Hollow State Park. Last year, approximately 500 pounds of trash was collected from the rivers. If you have a boat, paddling skills and all the required gear, we welcome you to join us!

The Water Ouzel Clean Up Float will take place on Saturday, June 3rd. The event is free and open to the public. Participants must provide their own watercraft, paddles, life jacket, safety whistle, drinking water, snacks and all other personal gear. Participants must meet at the Row River Nature Park boat launch, located at 33301 Row River Rd., Cottage Grove, at 8:30 am. Shuttle arrangements to Lynx Hollow State Park will be available if needed. Lynx Hollow State Park is located at 80998 Davisson Rd., Creswell (Saginaw). Please note that Lynx Hollow State Park vehicle access will only be available for the morning car shuttle and at approximately 4pm when the Clean Up Float is complete. All non-motorized watercraft greater than ten feet in length is required by the State of Oregon to have an invasive species permit. For questions and to RSVP, please contact the Doug Garletts at 541-315-1604 or and leave your name, phone number, number of people in your party, gear status and age of any children coming along. For event information, visit, or find the CoastFork Willamette Watershed Council on Facebook.


Eugene author Carola Dunn will speak about the changing roles of women in

Britain after World War I at the June 10 meeting of the Eugene-Lane branch

of the American Association of University Women. The meeting will begin

with refreshments at 9:30 am, the business meeting at 10:00 am, and the

program at 10:30 am. It will be at Westminster Presbyterian Church at the

corner of Coburg and Harlow Roads. The meeting is free and open to the

public, and there will be copies of the author's books for purchase.

Live Salsa Music with Salsa Nova at Salseros Room. Friday, May 19: 9pm-1am

Join us for an evening of live music with Portland's greatest Salsa Band, Orquestra Salsa Nova. Beginners dance lesson starts at 9pm, live music and dancing starts at 10pm. Cover charge: $12. All ages are welcome! Salseros Room, Vet's Club Building, 2nd floor, 1626 Willamette Street, Eugene.

Disc Golf with CASA. Saturday, June 3rd, 2017. 9:00am-1:00pm

at Westmoreland Disc Golf Course, 1680 W 18th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402

Participants have the option of playing 9 or 18 holes at the beautiful Westmoreland course. Enjoy a fun tournament benefiting CASA, beginners and experienced Disc Golfers welcome! Compete in several contests while you play for fun and prizes. Tournament will be followed by balloon animals, food, and more!

Registration fee includes SWAG bag with disc and free Papa’s Pizza at the finish! You may also purchase the option to “Throw with a Pro”, and for $5 you will have an experienced Disc Golfer play the course with you!

For more info and registrations:

Oregon Community Credit Union will hold its 9th Annual Shred Fest event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, at the OCCU Corporate Center, 2880 Chad Drive in Eugene, Ore. This popular event is free and open to the community. It offers on-the-spot shredding by Access Information Management’s mobile shred trucks.

One in five children in America struggle with hunger every day. Emmy Award®-winning actress and Hunger Is ambassador Viola Davis knows first-hand how severe childhood hunger is – in every community in America. That’s why she is sharing her personal story in a new PSA campaign, where she passionately shares her dedication to continue the fight against hunger – to inspire us all to work together and put an end to this significant problem in our country. More information about the issue is available at [], along with simple ways for individuals to get involved and donate. Thank you for your support of this important public service message. For questions or inquiries on an alternate format, please contact, or call Julia Liu at 609-748-7411.

Looking Glass Community Services will be hosting a Job Fair at WorkSource Lane on June 1, 2017 from 10am – 4pm.

Come meet experts in serving runaway & homeless youth, providing residential, counseling and educational services. You will hear about our open positions and the exceptional services we provide our community. More information available at

ARTS AND CRAFT SHOW presented by Sweet Home Singing Christmas Tree

WHEN: Saturday July 8 9AM – 4PM

PLACE: Out front of the Sweet Home High School – 1641 Long St. Sweet Home, OR



FOOD: come for lunch or snack

MORE VENDORS WELCOME contact sherry 541-367-4824 or Sue 541-367-4639

UCAN/WIC is seeking Douglas County farmers that are interested in selling their produce at the WIC Farmers Market & Resource Fair or community partners who would like to have an information booth. WIC would like farmers who are certified to accept Farm Direct Vouchers. If you are interested in having a booth please contact Jennifer Wood at 541-440-3619 or email at

Vacation Bible School June 26th - June 29th daily at 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, 421 South 40th Street, Springfield, OR 97478. Ages 4 years through 8th grade. Individual classes for different age groups and music, recreation, crafts, and snacks too. On Thursday, June 29th, at 7:30 p.m. there will be a special, musical program for the children to show what they have learned. Join us for a great time of fun on Dr. Vanguard's Voyage to learn more about our Redeemer! Transportation may be provided. To pre-register call: 541-747-3549 or email

Mystery Ride - motorcycle poker ride with proceeds to American Cancer Society! Sunday, June 4, at 9 am at Cycle Parts, 1110 Ocean, West Eugene. Cost $20 (single) or $30 (two up) includes lunch, and door prize chances! See ride.

WHO: Mystery Ride (motorcycle poker ride)

WHAT: Fundraiser for the local American Cancer Society chapter

WHEN: Sunday, June 4 at 9:00 am

WHERE: Cycle Parts, 1110 Ocean Avenue, West Eugene

WHY: Proceeds go to American Cancer Society. Over the past 8 years, we’ve donated over $28,000 to the local American Cancer Society chapter

HOW: ride

Mr. Burns a Post-Electric Play; Hope Theatre; 1231 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403; $10 Adult | $8 Seniors 65+ | $8 UO Faculty/Staff | $8 Non-UO Students | Free for UO Students

After the collapse of civilization, a group of survivors begin to piece together the plot of “The Simpsons” episode “Cape Feare” from memory. Seven years later, this and other glimpses of pop culture (sitcom plots, commercials, jingles, and pop songs) have become the live entertainment of a post-apocalyptic society, sincerely trying to hold onto its past. 75 years later, these are the myths and legends from which new forms of performance are created. An exciting exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another.

This is considered a dark comedy and not recommended for ages 13 and below.

Show dates:

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 8:00pm

Friday, June 2, 2017 - 8:00pm

Saturday, June 3, 2017 - 8:00pm

Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 8:00pm

Friday, June 9, 2017 - 8:00pm

Saturday, June 10, 2017 - 8:00pm

Sunday, June 11, 2017 - 2:00pm

UO LGBTQA3 Student Union Welcomes Miss Major, Black Trans Elder and Activist, to Campus for Keynote Speech May 23

The University of Oregon LGBTQA3 is very excited to welcome Miss Major to our campus to be our 2017 Keynote Speaker, visiting all the way from Little Rock, Arkansas!

The event will be hosted in the EMU Ballroom—doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30. Tickets are free for UO students and $8 for everyone else, with a few free tickets available for QTPOC outside the UO community. To reserve those, please contact View our Facebook event here.

Miss Major is a Black transgender elder and activist who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for over 40 years.

The Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association (home of the graves of Eugene Skinner, Maude Kerns and many other prominent local citizens) welcomes the public to its annual Memorial Day Weekend events on May 27, 28 and 29 from noon to 5pm. Gates open at 11:30am. The daily events will begin with taps played at noon in the Public Square followed by a tour of the cemetery. The theme this year is “Bodies of Work: Are in the Cemetery” which features the Plein Air Painters of Lane County painting in the cemetery and displaying in Hope Abbey Mausoleum. The cemetery entrance is located at 25th Ave and University in Eugene. For more information, email, phone (541)684-0949.

Springfield Utility Board’s Light of Liberty Celebration 2017

Event Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Event Location: Island Park, 200 West B St., Springfield, OR 97477

Event Time: Gates open at 4 p.m. Music begins at 5 p.m. Fireworks at 10 p.m.

Event Admission: Tickets available in advance for $5.00 at SUB (Springfield Utility Board) or Jerry’s Home Improvement Center, Eugene and Springfield locations. $8.00 at the gate. Kids 5 and under free.

Event Description:

Springfield Utility Board’s Light of Liberty Celebration 2017 is a 4th of July festival not to be missed! A fundraiser for Project Share, the celebration features music, food, family fun and a fabulous fireworks show reflected over the scenic Willamette River. Enjoy country rock with EXILE, playing selections from nearly a dozen number one hits, including the pop megahit Kiss You All Over. Openers include Jet Harris and his Hotrod Hellcats (rockabilly blues) and the ever popular Etouffee (zydeco swamp rock).


Sponsored by Indivisible Eugene

Saturday, June 3, 2017


Short rally and 1.5 mile loop march through Eugene

Location: Federal Courthouse 405 E. 8th, Eugene

Bring your water, signs, chants and drums!

Join us to support truth, accountability and transparency in American politics.

Sign up to be counted on this link:

Roseburg Library Rescue Action Team (LRAT) will meet Thursdays at 12:15 pm at Cascadian Coffee Co., 732 SE Cass. Please come on by, check out the shelves, share ideas, tell us how you can help, drop off donations, etc. Folks have been very supportive, and this all-inclusive effort will only succeed if we all pitch in. Please share this with others.

Hope to see you on May 25, June 1 and/or June 8 at our initial 12:15 meetings as we get this up and running! Courtney Dillon says there may even be free coffee to every volunteering bibliophile who's there lending a hand to build and maintain this new library.

Interested in getting your foot in the door through an entry-level job? Join Incight and representatives from four companies for an informational job connection event! Representatives from participating organizations will take part in a panel-style Q&A led by Incight (which will include insider tips on how to successfully navigate the application process). This info session will follow by time for a one-on-one networking session.

Participating organizations include: UPS, Looking Glass, City of Eugene, and Starbucks - and possibly more to come!

This event is only open to Job Seekers with Disabilities, Employment Specialists, Transition Students, and Teachers.

The event will take place on June 20th, 2017 from 1 pm - 3 pm at WorkSource Lane. More information is on the registration page.

This event is FREE to attend! Pre-registration is requested, but there will be registration on site at the event as well. Follow this link for our online registration page and to see the employers who will be attending - .

This event is hosted by Incight and the Oregon Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Youth Art Works! Free Classes for Kids Ages 6-12

Saturdays 1-3PM

6/10:Painting with David CP Placencia

Call 541-726-8595 to reserve your space. Space is limited.

Emerald Art Center

500 Main St

Springfield, OR 97477

Event on Saturday June 3rd 12-5pm

Territorial Vineyards 907 W. 3rd, Eugene

Fundraiser. Wine, Jazz & Boxers! Music by "The Fresh Ham Band"

Tickets $25 and include a complimentary beverage

purchase online at

Powers Town-Wide Garage Sale. Saturday, June 10, 2017 9:00am to 3:00pm Bicentenial Park, Pioneer Park.

Applications for Sales sites and further info: Call 541-439-2313 email:

Local garages, yards, sidewalks, and homes. Junk to treasures.

Join WREN for Family Exploration Day at Meadowlark Prairie

WHAT: The sun is shining, summer is approaching fast, the flowers have bloomed and WREN is

ready to have you and your family out for an exciting Family Exploration Day. Discover

the West Eugene Wetlands with your family in a day of unstructured, independent


WREN will provide a backpack of binoculars, field guides, bug net, hand magnifier, and

bug boxes, you bring your curiosity and sense of adventure! Drop by anytime between

10am and 2pm to check out your pack. WREN staff and volunteers will be on hand to

answer your questions. You can complete the wetland scavenger hunt or just explore on

your own, it is up to you!

For more information on WREN events please visit or visit

our Facebook page

WHERE: Meadowlark Prairie

The address is: 88525 Green Hill Road, South of the intersection with Royal Avenue.

Look for the WREN tent to check out your pack. Hope to see you there!

WHEN: Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 10am-2pm

25th Annual Emerald Empire Kiwanis Berry Sale

JUNE 15, 2017 3:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Pick up fresh Oregon grown strawberries and help your community!

Order online at: then pick up your strawberries at Valley River Center on June 15th between 3:30pm to 6:30pm.

Proceeds Support: Doernbecher Children Hospital, Food for Lane County, High School Kiwanis Key Clubs, Graduating Senior Awards, Habitat for Humanity and many other local, regional, and international community service projects.

Vintage Car Show

JUNE 16, 2017 THROUGH JUNE 18, 2017

The Emerald Empire Vintage Auto Club returns to Valley River Center for a 3-day show over Father's Day weekend. This tradition is an event you will not want to miss! Feast your eyes on pristine vintage cars of all types throughout the mall and stop by Center Court to vote for your favorite. At the end of the weekend, awards will be presented for the People's Choice.

Owners will be on hand to share their passion for the hobby and maybe help you find that car of your dreams too!

“Missiles Rising in North Korea / Democracy Rising in South Korea: What Do We Need To Know?,” Tuong Vu, UO Professor of Political Science, Hyunook Kong, UO Student, Jane Cramer, UO Professor of Political Science. 6:00 pm, Lakey Education Building, Room 116, UO. FREE. Wednesday, May 31, 2017