Begins at 8:45 am, CG Swimming Pool, 8th & Taylor Ave.
May be used as a pre-competitive program or as a learn-to-swim program. Structured & Sanctioned by the American Swimming Coaches Association with 14 levels of instruction by elite athletes in partnership with Tyson Pilling & Bud Taylor. Classes continue through July.
Fees: Five 45-min lessons, $29; Drop-In: $6/per lesson.
For info call: 541-870-8321.
Fridays at 6:15 & 7:30 pm, Crescent Moon Yoga, 819 E. Main St.
For beginners and experienced practitioners. A powerful combo of massage, acupressure, stretching, energy work, breath exercises and meditation. Partner necessary.
Classes guided by Gloria Campuzano, MS, RDN, CYT. Call 541-649-1800 for more info.
632 E Main St., Variety of classes & group mtgs. For details call 541-767-3707
M 2/20: Chi Gong, 5-6 pm
T 2/21: Veterans Support Group, 3 pm; Soul-inspired Collage, 6-8 pm
W 2/22: Chi Gong, 5-6 pm; Restart Your Health (in just 5 weeks), 6:30 pm
T 2/23: NAMI Friendship Social, Jack Sprats, 10-11 am, 510 E. Main St.; Family Movie Share, 7 pm
F 2/24: NAMI Connections Group, 1:30-3 pm
700 E. Gibbs Ave. Call 541-942-3828 for additional info.
HOURS: Mon-Tue: 10 am to 8 pm; Wed-Sat: 10 am to 6 pm; Sunday: Closed
M 2/20: Bilingual Family Story Time, 6:30 pm
TH 2/23: Ukulele Morning Jam, 9 am, an informal jam session. Lessons are not provided. Ukuleles available
F 2/24: Preschool Story Time, 10 am
YOUTH ART SHOW, April 1-30: Call for submissions from 6-12th Graders. All entries must be submitted by 3/28.
• MON 2/20 - CG 912 Project, 6:30 pm, Stacy’s Covered Bridge Restaurant, 401 E. Main St. Jurisdiction Committee Representative discusses committee’s effort to educate public officials on how to take back control of public lands. The meeting is free and open to the public
• MON 2/20 - Mothers of Preschoolers [MOPS & MOPS Next], 6-8 pm, Calvary Chapel, Village Shopping Center
• TUE 2/20 - Campus Life-High School Club, 7 pm, Domino’s Pizza Game Room
• TUE 2/21 - TEAM-Cottage Grove, Tuesday, 8-9:30 am, Healing Matrix, 632 E. Main St.
•TUE 2/21 - Campus Life-Middle School Club, 7 pm, Riverside Church of God, 1255 S. River Rd.
• WED 2/22 - Kiwanis Sunrisers Club,7 am, Koffee Kup Restaurant, Village Shopping Center
WED 2/22 - AWANA Club, 6:30-8:30 pm, CG Bible Church, 1600 E. Quincy Ave. (For youth 3 & up)
• THU 2/23 - CG Rotary Club & Lions Club, Noon, Stacy’s Covered Bridge Restaurant, 401 E. Main St.
• THU 2/23 - LGBTQIA Teen Group, Thursday, 4 pm, South Lane Mental Health, 1345 Birch Ave.
• FRI 2/24 - Celebrate Recovery, Friday, 6:30 pm, Calvary Chapel, Village Plaza Shopping Center, Hwy 99
MONDAY • Mike’s Diner, 5-6 pm, United Methodist Church, 334 Washington Ave. Adults $5 & Kids eat free Menu: Meatloaf, salad, soup & dessert
TUE/WED/THU • Café 60 Senior Meals, Noon, 925 W. Main St. 60+ = $3; Under 60 = $6. RSVP call 541-682-9261.
TUESDAY & THURSDAY • Trinity Lutheran Church, 5-6 pm, FREE, Big brown church on the corner of Sixth & Quincy
WEDNESDAY • Bingo Burgers, 5:30-7 pm, Elks Lodge, 755 N. River Rd. Prices vary (Bingo warm-ups start at 6:30 pm) Menu: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken strips, corn dogs, hot dogs, salads, French fries & onion rings • Covered Bridge Church of the Nazarene, 6-7 pm, 152 S.’ M’ St. Free (Donations welcome)
FRIDAY: • VFW Dinner, 5-6 pm, 3160 Hillside Drive. $9 adults, $3 under 12, Free under 5. Meal w/o entrée option $5 Menu: Tater Tot Casserole, soup, salad, dessert, coffee & tea • Fourth Friday Fish Fry, 5-7:30 pm, Elks Club, 755 N. River Rd. Menu: Fish, Chips & Coleslaw Basket 1-pc $5, 2-pc $7, and 3-pc $9
SUNDAY • Elks Community Breakfast, 8-11 am, 755 N. River Rd. Menu: All-you-can-eat eggs, sausage, ham, hash browns, pancakes, biscuits, gravy, French toast, juice and coffee. Cost: $6 for adults, $3 for kids under 12 • “Soup’s On” at CG Community Center, 5-6 pm FREE full-course meal (Donations welcome)
Axe & Fiddle, 657 E Main St. For more info: Call 541-942-5942 or Visit axeandfiddle.com/calendar
MON 2/20 - DJ Rock-N-Roll Damnation (classic country), 7 pm, Free
TUE 2/21 - Poetry Night Open Mic, 7 pm, Free
WED 2/22 - Comedy Night with Alex & Charles (Improv/Open Mike), 8 pm, Free
THU 2/23 - Noah Derksen (Contemplative Folk), 8:30 pm, Free
FRI 2/24 - The Breaking & Flies with Honey (rock), 8:30 pm, Free 2/25 - Slow Ponies (old-time western), Saturday, 8:30 pm, $5
SAT 2/25 - Slow Ponies (old-time western),8:30 pm, $5
Fireside Lounge, 725 Row River Rd. For more info: Call 541-942-2491 No Cover Charge
MON-TUE 2/20-21: Neil Johnson (solo guitar), 7-9 pm
WED 2/22: Natty-O (blues), 7-9 pm
THU 2/23: Larry & Tom (Americana) 7-10 pm
FRI & SAT 2/24-25: Blue Light Special, (variety of genres) 9-Midnight
SUN 2/12: Dave Bock (Solo Guitar), 7-9 pm
Thu-Sat, 7 pm & Sun, 2:30 pm, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr. Tickets: $15 adults and $10 for students.
This annual fund-raising event features student performers working side-by-side with professional community musicians, in a high-energy concert that includes instrumental, vocal, and dance numbers. The funds raised from this event help to fund a vibrant high school music program. (This event also saves the high school students from having to sell about 16,000 candy bars each year, a fact for which all of Cottage Grove is grateful!) For more info visit: www.cottagetheatre.org
Brewstation, 106 S. 6th St. New “Irish Pub” menu items. No cover. Minors ‘til 8:30 pm For info: 541-942-8770
FRI 2/24 - 3 Man Slam (rock), 7:30-10:30 pm
SAT 2/25 - Rebel Journey (rock), 7:30-10:30 pm
5-7 pm; OLPH Catholic Church, 19th & Harvey Rd.
The10th Annual Community Sharing Benefit sponsored by OLPH & St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.
Menu: Pancakes, sausage, applesauce, orange juice & coffee. $5/per person.
From 5-7 pm, Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main St.
5-6 pm: Watershed Updates & Trivia
6-7 pm: Topic – Willamette Valley Dam Operations
Guest Speaker: Erik Petersen, US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Operations Project Manager for Portland District’s Willamette Valley Project. He will give a presentation entitled The USACE Willamette Valley Project – An Overview.
Each dam in the Willamette River basin contributes to a water resource management system that provides flood risk management, power generation, water quality improvement, irrigation, fish and wildlife habitat and recreation on the Willamette River and many its tributaries. Petersen will discuss the USACE dams operated in the Willamette River basin, especially focusing on the dams of the southern Willamette Valley, how the system is managed, address natural disaster related concerns, and explain how the USACE works with partner agencies and stakeholders to protect and revitalize waterways within the Willamette Valley.
Erik Petersen has led the USACE Operations and Maintenance Activities in the Valley since 2004. Having served with the USACE since 1988, Petersen has worked in Atlanta, Georgia, for the Mobile District and also for the Walla Walla, Savannah, Omaha and St. Paul Districts. He is a graduate of the College of Natural Resources, University of Minnesota. Petersen lives in Eugene with his family and enjoys spending time with his children and step children and running.
The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council hosts a free monthly public meeting series called the Coast Fork Science Pub on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 5-7pm at the Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main Street in Cottage Grove. The event begins with informal socializing, trivia, prizes and updates about the watershed and watershed council during the first hour. The Science Pub presentation begins at 6pm. Participants are encouraged to support the Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council by ordering food & drinks from 5-7:30pm, as 10% of the sales from evening sales will benefit the Watershed Council. The event is free to the public and all ages are welcome. For further information, visit Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council on Facebook and www.coastfork.org.
From 8 am to 5 pm at the Village Green Resort, 725 Row River Rd.
A networking and training event organized by T.E.A.M.-Cottage Grove to strengthen local nonprofit organizations and promote greater community-wide collaboration. The day-long event features topical speakers on board development, collaboration, fundraising, volunteer recruitment & retention, grant writing and lots of networking and information sharing opportunities.
Cost: Onsite Registration Fee $35/first person + $30 each additional person from the same organization
To request a registration form: Send email to email@example.com
For additional information call Cindy at 541-915-0113.
From 4-5:30 pm, OLPH Catholic Church, 19th & Harvey
Enjoy a traditional Corned Beef & Cabbage meal and support basic needs of local individuals and families
Cost: Adults, $10, Children (6-17), $5; Children (under 6), Free; Family, $25 (parents & kids under 18)
After dinner raffle tickets: $1/ea or 6 for $5.
Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus