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

Eating Is Essential to Promote Health

Learn how to identify underlying factors that affect

appetite.


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

www.EugeneHomeShow.com


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE 2017-18 BROADWAY IN EUGENE SERIES:

THE BOOK OF MORMON January 16-21, 2018

MOTOWN THE MUSICAL February 2-3, 2018

KINKY BOOTS February 27-March 1, 2018

A CHORUS LINE March 30-31, 2018


Seussical at Cottage Theatre December 1-23, 2017

Fun for the whole family, Seussical is a magical, musical extravaganza featuring everyone’s favorite Dr. Seuss characters, including The Cat in the Hat and Horton the Elephant.

Tickets: $25 Adults, $15 Youth (ages 6-18)

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances start at 8:00pm

Sunday matinees and Saturday 12/23 start at 2:30pm.

Box Office: 541-942-8001

www.cottagetheatre.org


Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat for Humanity (130th month)

Tuesday, January 9, 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.


Eugene Ballet's The Nutcracker

Friday, December 22 at 7:30PM

Saturday, December 23 at 2PM and 7:30PM

Sunday, December 24 at 2PM

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

Youth and College tickets available for as low as $15. Groups of five or

more receive $10 off per ticket!

Celebrate your holiday season with a marvelous journey to Eugene Ballet's

The Nutcracker with Orchestra Next.

There's a joyful magic at every performance as hundreds of aspiring young

dancers join the Company on stage, while the Sugar Plum Fairy transports all

to the Snow Kingdom and the Land of the Sweets. You'll cheer and boo at the

battle with the not-so-scary Mouse King and his Pirate Henchmice, as Clara

and The Nutcracker win the day. Mark your calendar for a special free

Holiday Concert December 24 at noon in the Hult Center Lobby.


Back by popular demand, THE BOOK OF MORMON, which played a record-breaking sold out engagement in 2016, returns for a limited engagement January 16 - 21 at The Hult Center. Individual tickets will go on sale October 17 at 12:00 p.m. Tickets to THE BOOK OF MORMON are available at the Hult Center ticket office at 1 Eugene Center, Eugene, OR 97401, online at BroadwayInEugene.com or by calling 541.682.5000. Group orders of 10+ may be placed by calling 866-314-7678.

THE BOOK OF MORMON features book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone. Parker and Stone are the four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of the landmark animated series, “South Park.” Tony Award-winner Lopez is co-creator of the long-running hit musical comedy, Avenue Q. The musical is choreographed by Tony Award-winner Casey Nicholaw (Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone) and is directed by Nicholaw and Parker.

THE BOOK OF MORMON is the winner of nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score (Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, Matt Stone), Best Book (Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, Matt Stone), Best Direction (Casey Nicholaw, Trey Parker), Best Featured Actress (Nikki M. James), Best Scenic Design (Scott Pask), Best Lighting Design (Brian MacDevitt), Best Sound Design (Brian Ronan) and Best Orchestrations (Larry Hochman, Stephen Oremus); the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical; five Drama Desk Awards including Best Musical, the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album; four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Best Musical, and the Drama League Award for Best Musical.

THE BOOK OF MORMON features set design by Scott Pask, costume design by Ann Roth, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt and sound design by Brian Ronan. Orchestrations are by Larry Hochman and Stephen Oremus. Music direction and vocal arrangements are by Stephen Oremus.

The Original Broadway Cast Recording for THE BOOK OF MORMON, winner of the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, is available on Ghostlight Records. THE BOOK OF MORMON uses explicit language and is recommended for mature audiences.

Performance Schedule for THE BOOK OF MORMON at The Hult Center:

Tuesday, January 16 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, January 17 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, January 18 7:30 p.m.

Friday, January 19 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 20 2:00 p.m.

Saturday January 20 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 21 1:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 21 6:30 p.m.

Tickets to THE BOOK OF MORMON are available at the Hult Center ticket office at 1 Eugene Center, Eugene, OR 97401, online at BroadwayInEugene.com or by calling 541.682.5000. Group orders of 10+ may be placed by calling 866-314-7678.


Noises Off by Michael Frayn

Dates: Feb. 2-18, 2018

Description: Called “the funniest farce ever written” by the New York Post, this play-within-a-play presents a touring theatre troupe’s production of a farce called Nothing On, as seen from both the audience and backstage.

Tickets: $25 Adults, $15 Youth (ages 6-18)

Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening performances start at 8:00pm

Sunday matinees start at 2:30pm

Box Office: 541-942-8001

www.cottagetheatre.org


Beginning December 1st tickets go on sale for the 7th annual "Florence Crab Crack" which will take place at the Florence Events Center on Saturday, February 3rd from 4 to 7pm. Enjoy Oregon Coast crab along with pasta, coleslaw, garlic bread, sodas, coffee and dessert by BJ's. A no-host bar will be available. There will also be a silent auction held during the event that will include a beautiful selection of items. Ticket price is $40 per person. Advance purchase is required. Only 400 tickets will be sold and the deadline to purchase is January 25th (however we have sold out two years in a row, so don’t wait to purchase!).

There will be no ticket sales at the door. All proceeds will benefit the hunger relief efforts of Florence Food Share (www.florencefoodshare.org), an emergency and supplemental food pantry serving individuals and households in West Lane County. For more information, to arrange group seating or to purchase tickets contact Executive Director, Norma Barton, at 541-997-9110 or nbarton@florencefoodshareorg.Tickets also are available (after December 1st) M-F, 10am to 1pm at Florence Food Share, 2190 Spruce St., 541-997-9110.

Past Crab Cracks have all sold out, so get crackin’ and get your tickets.


Saturday Market’s Holiday Market takes the best things about the Saturday Market, bringing them indoors for 6 weekends! You’ll find locally hundreds of booths with handcrafted gifts, our international food court and great live music all day long at the Lane Events Center at 13th & Jefferson in Eugene.

Explore every booth, in our Main Hall & Holiday Hall, to find unique gifts that keep your holiday dollars in Eugene, supporting local artisans. The Market provides a place for artisans to sell their handcrafted goods directly to their customers - everything at Holiday Market must be handcrafted, and sold by their maker.

Holiday Market opens Saturday, November 18th, and runs weekends through December 24th. Hours 10am-6pm, closing at 4pm on 12/24.

Questions? 541-686-8885 and www.holidaymarket.org.


Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat for Humanity (131st month)

Tuesday, January 9, February 13, 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.

Here is a more detailed description:

On the second Tuesday of every month for eleven years (and counting), the monthly "Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat for Humanity" has been held on stage at the Axe and Fiddle Music Pub, located at the corner of 7th and Main Street in Cottage Grove.

This monthly event is a benefit for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity, to help the folks at Habitat fund the construction of housing within our community for families that would not be able to afford to own a home otherwise. It is open to all. There is no cover charge; donations are gratefully accepted; and the talent is always mostly quite good.

If you are a musician and you would like to perform at the open mike, prepare a musical set up to 20 minutes long, then show up and sign up by 6:30pm. (When 10 or more musicians sign up, each one will be given 15 minutes for their set; when 9 or fewer folks sign up, each performer will be allowed 20 minutes.) If you would like to be part of our audience, please join us any time from 6:30pm on for this unique local display of talent and generosity, which supports a worthy non-profit cause, Cottage Grove’s local branch of Habitat for Humanity.

Folks who are under 21 are allowed into the pub until 8:30 pm in order to enjoy and fully participate in the evening, but not to drink alcoholic beverages.


Seussical

Description: Fun for the whole family, Seussical is a magical, musical extravaganza featuring everyone’s favorite Dr. Seuss characters, including The Cat in the Hat and Horton the Elephant.

Location: Cottage Theatre

Dates: December 1-23, 2017

Times: Thursday, Friday, Saturday performances at 8:00pm; Sunday matinees at 2:30pm; special Saturday matinee on 12/23/17 at 2:30pm

Tickets: $25 Adults and $15 Youth ages 6-18

Box Office: 541-942-8001

www.cottagetheatre.org


This New Year's, get a little trim!

Eugene Opera presents Rossini's The Barber of Seville

Silva Hall at the Hult

December 30 at 2:30 pm and December 31 at 7:30 pm

More information is at eugeneopera.com

Tickets at the Hult/UO Box office or call 541.682.5000

Tickets are $20-79 (students $15)


Youth Art Works!

Free Classes for artists ages 6-12

Saturdays 1:00-3:00pm

December 16 1-3pm- Winter-discover other artist interpretations of winter and create your own winter scene with artist Robin Levin.

*No Classes on 12/23 or 12/30-See you on January 6, 2018

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

Emerald Art Center

500 Main St

Springfield, OR 97477

Tues-Sat 11am-4pm


Emerald Art Center will be offering "A Method to the Madness" - Acrylic Pour Classes from artist, Ellen Furstner as a fundraiser to go toward the Youth Art Works! Childrens' Programs. This will be a fun and messy way to introduce yourself to a method that has been exploding on social media. There will be three sessions offered for $25.00 each and a $10.00 supply fee. You can attend any or all sessions to finesse your technique.

Wednesday - January 3rd from 6:30- 9:00 pm

Wednesday - February 7th from 6:30 - 9:00 pm

You will leave with a wide variety of painted art that may include tile, canvas board, CD's, rocks, ornaments, anything that you may choose to bring and the best part is that you are helping to make a difference in keeping art in the lives of children. Please call 541-726-8595 to reserve your space.

Emerald Art Center is located at 500 Main Street in Springfield.


Emerald Valley Opry

Powers Auditorium

Willamette High School

1801 Echo Hollow Rd. Eugene Or

Jan 13th Line UP

HAND ~ BIRD Band - Folk & Country

The Hanson Family Western Swing ~ Blazing Harmony

56 Pontiac - Traditional Country/Rockabilly Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter- Traditional & Original Instrumental Folk

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

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

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


Cottage Grove Christmas Bird Count

Saturday, December 30th 7am-5pm

Cottage Grove Area

The Cottage Grove Christmas Bird Count has returned! All levels of bird enthusiasts are encouraged to take part in this wonderful opportunity to contribute to a great citizen science effort while learning bird identification from experienced birders. This event is coordinated by Coast Fork Birder, Grace Fowler-Gore and each count section will be led by a Coast Fork Birders member. Participants will gather at 7am at the Koffee Kup, 1241 N. Pacific Hwy. (Hwy. 99), Cottage Grove, for a morning breakfast meeting to organize into teams. Birders will head into the field by 7:30am. The end of day “countdown” will take place at 4pm at El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant & Cantina, 725 E. Gibbs Ave., Cottage Grove. Be sure to bring your birding gear, weather appropriate clothing and lunch to get you through the day. To sign up, please contact the Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council office (541) 767-9717 or email maggie@coastfork.org right away! More information can be found online at www.coastfork.org and on Facebook.


Downtown Springfield Second Friday Art Walk|December Guided Tour - Join us for a festive guided art walk that begins at Willamalane Adult Activity Center located at 215 W. C St. at 5:30. A shuttle will be providing service to Emerald Art Center and back to Willamalane from 5-7.

1. Willamalane Activity Center-215 W.C St. Island Park Gallery. Ellen Gabehart’s Students. Meet the artists while enjoying complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine, Friday, December 8 from 5-7 p.m. Enjoy drawings and paintings on a variety of subjects and mediums by students taking classes offered by instructor Ellen Gabehart. The classes encourage the artists to “Find their own Voice”, which lead the artist to express their own personal selection; things they enjoy creating. The students studied a variety of subjects related to creating a viable composition, understanding value control, and have experimented with many textures to enhance their drawings or paintings. Each art student’s goal is to express their own individual expressions and find their own creative voices. This is the first stop on the Downtown Springfield Second Friday Artwalk. Park at the Center and take a complimentary shuttle, or take a short walk downtown. The exhibit at Island Park Gallery runs December 6 through January 25, during regular center hours. Island Park Gallery is Sponsored by Providence Health Plan.

2. Emerald Art Center-500 Main St- - Featured Member artist, Chris Carlson will be exhibiting his black and white series, "Main Street". Our upstairs, Jaqua Gallery will be presenting a fiber art exhibit, World Heritage Sites II Challenge". This exhibit consists of 90 small quilts, representing 30 World Heritage Sites. This list of 30 sites was given to a group of quilters in the United States, Japan and South Korea. Each artist created a quilt representing a site in each country.

3. Talking Rythms- 500 Main St Suite C1- TBD

4. City Hall Gallery-225 A. St.- The City Hall Gallery will be open from 5-7pm during the artwalk. City Hall Gallery Artists: On the wall - Artists selected from the 2017 Mayor’s Art Show G. Khalsa, Colleen Goodwin-Chronister, Rachel Marcotte In the cases Donald Gustavson Musician Jazz guitarist Jack Radsliff

5. Springfield Museum-590 Main St.- The Work of Luigi Testa” an exhibit featuring the paintings and sculptures of Testa’s that are a part of the City of Springfield’s collection. This exhibit accompanies the new installation of Testa’s work near the Booth-Kelly Business Complex. Light refreshments provided.

6. Memento Ink-525 Main St.- Memento Ink will be featuring paintings by Elias Mellott.

Artist Statement: Welcome to my world of skulls from another dimension. My main focus is to bring the shape of the human skull to a different understanding. I love the shape of the human braincase and what it would look like in a different imagination. I know it's different than what you've seen before because you've never seen my art before. Hopefully you find it interesting and enjoy the pieces of work I've presented to you. I hope one of these stands out to you in a way that I can't understand. Enjoy.

7. Cascade Center for Spiritual Living-741 Main St. -Our December Art Walk is “December Delights” and is a collaboration of unique artwork by celebrated local artists involved in the Art Forum.

Other Participating Venues

8. 100 Mile Bakery-418 A. St.- Featuring paintings by Shelley Albrich

9. U.S. Bank -437 Main St. - Closes at 6 - Featuring a series of oil paintings from Ronald Pennington-Satterfield III, "The Royal Habsburg Series". Light refreshments.

10. Hearts for Hospice-444 Main St- Hearts for Hospice hosts Thembanathi, a small non-profit which sells Zulu crafts and jewelry handmade by fair trade women’s income generation projects in KwaZulu-Nata, South Africa. Thembanathi supports services for South African children and families affected by both HIV/AIDS and longstanding poverty and extreme inequality. Music will be full of holiday cheer with the Grinch and the Whoville Carolers. Cookies by Paco, of course.

11. Celeste Watch Company-335 Main St.- 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.

12. 331 Mosaic-331 Main St.- Our December artist is Tanith Rohe, new to Springfield. Her work uses recycled materials, and always includes something not normally seen in jewelry


Vistra Framing and Gallery Group Show. Eight artist will be displaying their work throughout the months of December and January. JS Bird, Robert Canaga, Patricia Carroll, Diane Lewis, Jaqueline Lukowski, Bess Nobel, Lisa Livoni, and Sadie Smith. Gallery hours are Monday - Saturday 9:30 - 6 and Sunday 11 - 4. We are located at 411 W 4th Ave Eugene Or 97401 Call for more details 541-343-2353.


Free Vegan Cooking Classes

Monday, January 8, 2018

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Eugene Adventist Church

1275 Polk Street

The Eugene Seventh-day Adventist Church will be holding a FREE COOKING CLASS on Monday, January 8th from 6:30-8:30pm at 1275 Polk Street. This month’s topic is “Soup and Sandwiches - It’s What’s for Dinner.”

With the wet, cold weather here, it’s time to pull out the soup pot, put it on the stove and prepare some delicious soup that’s bound to please even the pickiest eater in your family. Our easy and delicious recipes will fill your home with the aromatic smells of home cooking that will not require you to spend all day in the kitchen. Serve your family a steaming bowl of hot soup with a sandwich and you have a meal that will satisfy. Join us for “Soup and Sandwiches - It’s What’s for Dinner.” This month’s menu:

Basil Tomato Soup

Hearty Winter Stew

Pita Sandwich

Smashed Chickpea and Avocado Salad Sandwich

The class will be held upstairs in the church Fellowship Hall. Assistance is available for those needing help getting upstairs. Please contact us at 541-228-0667 if you have any questions.


New Years Countdown

Date: December 30th and 31st

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organization: Cliff Creek Cellars

Phone Number: 541-855-5330

The Place: Cliff Creek Cellars - Vineyard Tasting Room

Address: 1015 McDonough Road, Gold Hill, OR, 97525

Admission: Free

Website: http://www.cliffcreek.com

Description:

Celebrate the end of the year with your friends at Cliff Creek while you sip our most celebrated wines of 2017.


Friends & Family

Date: December 23rd and 24th

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organization: Cliff Creek Cellars

Phone Number: 541-855-5330

The Place: Cliff Creek Cellars

Address: 1015 McDonough Road, Gold Hill, OR, 97525

Website: http://www.cliffcreek.com

Description:

Bring your loved ones in for a holiday toast!


O'Hara's 2018 Open House.

O'Hara Catholic School's 2018 Open House

Sunday, January 28

1pm - 3pm

All are welcome to attend our 2018 Open House! Please join us to learn more about the excellence in education that O'Hara Catholic School has to offer in grades Pre-School - 8. Visit www.oharaschool.org for more information.


Announcing the 2018 Haiku Contest for Youth

Deadline to enter is February 9.

Eugene, OR -- Skipping Stones Magazine, a Lane County multicultural magazine, invites youth of all ages to submit their best nature haiku poetry by February 9, 2018 for display at the 33rd annual Oregon Asian Celebration. The event is planned for February 17 & 18 at the Lane Events Center in Eugene.

Haiku is a traditional poetry form that comes from Japan. According to Arun Toke, editor of Skipping Stones, “Haiku consists of three lines. The first line and third line both have five syllables and the middle line has seven (but we will not be very strict).”

“Haiku appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch) and touch the heart. We encourage entries to also feature nature art to accompany the haiku, “ Toke adds.

The Haiku entries should be ready for display and mounted on either 11” x 17” or 8.5” x 11” paper and include nature art to illustrate the Haiku. Selected entries will be displayed in the Lane Events Center exhibit hall at the festival. All entries will also be considered for publication in Skipping Stones magazine, an award-winning literary and multicultural magazine for youth.

Each submission must include on the back the student’s full name, school name, grade level, teacher’s name and email, and school address. Entries must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, February 9, 2018. They can be mailed to the Skipping Stones office, P.O. Box 3939 Eugene OR 97403, or dropped off at the Skipping Stones office at 166 W. 12th Avenue, Eugene (Odd Fellows Building on 12th Ave. & Charnelton St.).

Entries may also be emailed to the Skipping Stones office. To send entries by e-mail or for more information, contact: editor@skippingstones.org.

Students with entries published in Skipping Stones Magazine will receive a complimentary copy of the issue.

A complete schedule of Oregon Asian Celebration activities and performances will be available at the door or at AsianCelebration.org.


The Collectors' Resale Show

January 3rd - January 27, 2018

Featuring previously loved works by

Dyann Alkire, , Germaine Bennett, Kathleen Caprario, Mark Clarke (1935-2016), Jenny Gray, Adam Grosowsky, Carl Hall (1921-1996), Charles Heaney (1997-1981), Yugi Hirioshi, Robert Huck (1923 - 1961) , Gene Kloss (1903 - 1996), Joseph Mauborgne (1881 - 1971), David McCosh (1903-1981), Jack McLarty ((1919 - 2011), Julia O’Reilly, Rene Rickabaugh, John Rock (1919-1993), Arthur Runquist (1891 - 1971), Nelson Sandgren (1917-2006), Robert Schlegel, Andrew Vincent (1898 - 1993), Kent Wallis (b. 1945, Utah), Una Wilkinson (1913-2013), Jan Zach (1914-1986), and others.

Karin Clarke Gallery is proud to present its 4th Collectors’ Resale Show, a curated show of previously owned works that are ready for new homes.


This exhibit will feature regional artists whose work is highly sought after and hard to come by. Some of the artists in the show are former University of Oregon art faculty members David McCosh, Jan Zach, and Andrew Vincent. Also represented are other important regional artists and teachers -- Robert Huck, Nelson Sandgren, Carl Hall, Jack McLarty, and Arthur Runquist.

Gallery owner Karin Clarke has been meeting with collectors throughout Oregon, gathering an exciting and diverse array of collectible works. This show is presented only every few years. It is always full of surprises, and it is often a who’s who in Oregon art and beyond.


My Career as a Professional Baseball Player

When the American Association of University Women meet on Saturday, January

13, 2018, the program will be given by a former professional baseball

player, Lois Youngen. A story was told about her in the movie, "A League of

Their Own." The AAUW meeting will be at Westminster Presbyterian Church,

777 Coburg Rd. in Eugene. A social time with refreshments starts at 9:30 am

followed by a short business meeting at 10:00 am and the program at 10:30.

All are welcome, and there is no cost. Parking is in the lot off of Harlow

Rd. For more information, call Carol at 541-344-4267.


Gnome Roam Nature Quest: Saturday, January 20th, 1-3pm.

Go on a Gnome Roam in the Wildflower Hollow! Learn something new about the winter forest with each Gnome you discover on this family-friendly wander through the woods. Meet outside the Nearby Nature Yurt in Alton Baker Park. FREE for members, $5/family for non-members. Pre-register: 541-687-9699 or visit us online at www.nearbynature.org/events.


January 4th, 2018. Emerald City Recreational Roller Derby Orientation, 18+ @ 6:30 pm. Bob Keefer Center 250 S 32nd st Springfield, OR 97478. Free

Orientation is January 4 at 6:30 pm at Bob Keefer Center (formerly Willamalane).

NO EXPERIENCE OR SKILL REQUIRED! RENTAL GEAR AVAILABLE!

Rec Program practices twice a week but we don't require attendance: You get out what you put in!

Practices:

Mondays: 6-6:50 pm off-skates, endurance and strengthening

Mondays: 7-9 pm on-skates

Thursdays: 6:30-8:30 pm on-skates

12-week program for $150. That's over 120 hours of personal training and serious booty shaping while you make new firends, acquire new skills, and tap into the derby person in you!

As your skills progress, you will have the opportunity to scrimmage and/or bout and transition to the Emerald City Roller Derby league if you wish to!

What: FREE Orientation & filling out the proper registration

When: January 5, 6:30 pm - 8 pm

Where: Bob Keefer Center for Sports and Recreation

We will answer all your dying questions about the program, derby, skating, etc. REGISTER NOW ONLINE or when you arrive. Sign a waiver. Meet people who will be training you and more! Following the rec orientation, try your feet out and stick around for a free skate with our current skaters and trainers!

More info on our website here: http://ecrg.com/teams/recreation-league/

Follow the "ticket" link to register! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSem7tYxteDTc0D83Fn_GH_UVr7zKxA6PPqC_bsUo69y0CfpqQ/viewform

Pay online here!

http://dues.ecrg.com/


January 13th, 2018, Emerald City Junior Derby Extravaganza, Doors open @ 5 pm, Skateworld 3188 Gateway Loop Springfield, OR 97477. Cost: $10

Emerald City Junior Derby is kicking off 2018 with a bang! Join us at Skateworld for a unique and fun doubleheader full of junior roller derby. Emerald City Junior All Stars will take on Los Anarchists! Then stay and watch Los Anarchists take on Portland Junior Roller Derby !

Live, flat track roller derby, food, music! Everyone enjoys roller derby. It's a proven fact! This is an all ages event!










































































































































































































































































































































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