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Elks Club Monthly Meal Schedule
Monday, March 13, 2017 to Thursday, March 19, 2020

The Cottage Grove Elks Lodge serves community meals each Friday night. Proceeds benefit programs and services to help a variety of charities and local causes. All meals are served from 5-7 pm. The Club is located at 755 N. River Rd. For more information call 541-942-3554.

First Friday        Chicken Fried Steak $6.50 per person

Second Friday   Chicken Dinner  $6.50 per person

Third Friday       Steak Feed $9 per person

Fourth Friday    Fish Fry $5-9 per person depending on # of fish pieces ordered

Wednesday Nights: Bingo Burgers 5:30-7 pm

Community Volunteer Opportunities
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 to Monday, December 31, 2018

Opportunities for individuals and families to be do-gooders and have some fun, too!

4-H Clubs need more adult volunteers now! For list of open positions: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/lane/become-4-h-leader

Bohemia Mining Days (July 19-21), needs volunteers for variety of positions. Info at www.BohemiaMiningDays.org (Join In menu)

City Library & Community Center recruiting tweens & teens to assist with daily operations & special events. Call 541-942-1185.

Community Sharing needs office volunteers most days from 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. For details call 541-942-2176.

Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers for projects and staffing the ReStore. Visit www.habitatcg.org or call 541-767-0358.

CG Humane Society needs This-N-That thrift store volunteers. Drop by 33 N. 8 St. for more info.

CG Hospital Auxiliary invites you to join this active, fun group to raise money for local healthcare needs. Call 541-942-3671.

CG Historical Society needs volunteer research librarians on Fri & Sat. Training provided. Email: cghistoricalsoc@gmail.com

Cottage Theatre needs ushers, set painters, office helpers, and more. Visit www.cottagetheatre.org or call 541-942-8001.

Meals on Wheels needs drivers for local deliveries. Call 541-682-9261 for more information.

OR Aviation Historical Society needs volunteers to index historical documents and host museum hours. Call 541-767-0244.

Senior Companion Program needs volunteers (55+ & low income) for 15 hrs/week with 40-cent per mile reimbursement to support frail elders & disabled individuals to prolong their independence. For more info contact Beth Brooks at 541-463-6263.

WOE Heritage Fair & Logging Show (Aug 17-19) needs volunteers for variety of positions. Info at www.woeheritagefair.com

Mark Your Calendars - Upcoming Events
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 to Monday, August 20, 2018

MTG: 8/21 - Congressman Peter DeFazio Town Hall, Tuesday, 1-2 pm, Cottage Grove City Hall, 400 E. Main St.

MUSIC: 8/22- Chamber Concert in the Park: The Men from S.U.R.F. (60’s Surf & Hot Rod songs Wednesday, 6:30-8 pm Bohemia Park Amphitheater (Come early & enjoy The Market offerings)

PLAY: 8/23-26 – Cottage Theatre’s Treehouse, Performance dates: Thu-Sat, 8 pm & Sun, 2:30 pm; 700 Village Dr. Ticket Info: www.cottagetheatre.org or call 541-942-8001

MUSIC: 8/24 - The Huckleberrys (sour mash country) Fri, 6-9 pm, Saginaw Vineyard, 80247 Delight Valley School Rd

EVENT: 8/24 - Harrison Elementary Library Book Brigade, Friday, 9 am-Noon, Help move library books from the old school t the new school.

EVENT: 8/25 - 2nd Annual Armory Ice Cream Social Benefit, Saturday, 1-5 pm, 628 Washington Ave. Enjoy a fun family celebration featuring Classic Carnival Games & Ice Cream for 5-cents each. Live music & Building tours

EVENT: 8/25 - Tucker's Cupboard K9 Pool Party, Saturday, 1 to 3 pm, Warren Daugherty Aquatic Center, 1440 S. 8th St. Cost: $20 K9 participants receive a free goody bag and all proceeds to go help dogs in the Cottage Grove area. For more information send email to info@tuckerscupboard.org

EVENT: 8/28 - Watershed Council Science Pub, Tuesday, 5-7 pm, Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main St. Topic: The Mystery and Science behind Biodynamics (organic agriculture)

EVENT: 8/30 - Harrison Elementary School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Thursday, 5 pm, 1000 Taylor Ave.

EVENT: 9/08 - Shady Oaks Classic Car Show, Sat, 11 am-3 pm, 77380 Hwy. 99 South; BBQ from 11-2; Live music, vendors

PLAY: 9/7-16 - Creative Chaos: Under the Big Top, Fri-Sat, 7 pm; Sun, 2 pm, Opal Center, Info: www.opalcentercg.org

EVENT: 10/06 - 3rd Annual Mayor’s Ball, Saturday, 5:30 pm, CG Armory, a benefit for Armory building restoration project

On-Air Announcements for August 18th
Saturday, August 18, 2018

CLASSES: LCC-Cottage Grove Center offers fun and interesting summer classes such as yoga, audio recording of narratives and the popular classic movies series. A full list of summer classes is available on the Center’s website: www.lanecc.edu/cottagegrove

■ EVENTS:

• WOE Heritage Fair, Fri & Sat 10 am-10 pm; Sun 10 am-4 pm, 2000 N. Douglas Ave. (next to CG Speedway) Entry Fee: Adults $3 ($2 with can of food for Community Sharing) and Kids 12 and under get in free Live Entertainment: Almost Home, 11 am; Annie Mae Band, 5-7 pm; Windy Ridge, 7 pm Special features: Royal Court Ball, 6-8 pm, Antique Engine Display, 4-H Barn Livestock Show, Alpaca Obstacle Course, BMD’s Alice in Wonderland Kids Zone, Kids’ “Make & Take” Garden, Grand Prix Racing, Games: Giant Jenga & Yatzee, Cornhole, Ladder Ball & Boccie Ball; Lots of exhibits! For more info visit: www.woeheritagefair.com

• Animal House 40th Reunion Parade & World’s Largest Toga Party & Concert, Saturday, Downtown & Bohemia Park Noon: Main Street Toga Parade with Deathmobile in Historic Downtown District, Free 5 pm: Beer, Wine & Food Garden opens at Bohemia Park 7 pm: Toga Party & Music Concert featuring Otis Day, Original Knights, The Kingsmen & The Cry

Note: Toga attire is NOT required for entrance to the party but white toga attire IS required to comply with Guinness World Record Rules. To be a part of the world record count you must be in a white toga. The Chamber Greeters are selling $15 kits at Wednesday’s Concerts in the Park or call Cassie at 541-767-0244

Advance Tickets available online at www.AnimalHouseToga.com Cost: Ages 13-64 - $25/Adv & $35/gate; Ages 6-12 & 65+ $17.50/Adv & $25/gate; Ages 5 & Younger Free (An additional $2.50 fee is added to each ticket ordered online)

• Bohemian Film Festival, Friday-Sunday, Indie Film Fest 180 submissions from US & 25 countries with 62 feature length and short films selected to compete for a $3,000 Grand Prize. Meet the filmmakers at venues around the community. Ticket prices range from $8 for a 2-hour block of time to $49 for three day pass. To buy tickets visit: www.bohemianfestival.com

• Cottage Grove Museum Exhibit: Animal House Cottage Grove Main Street parade filming captured in 1977 through the lens of Photographer John Bauguess, 1-4 pm (thru Sept), Corner of Birch Ave & H Street, Free admission & donations welcome.

• Play: Treehouse, 8 pm, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr. Ticket Info: www.cottagetheatre.org or call 541-942-8001 Cottage Theatre presents the world premier of this riveting story of love, loss and healing in a compelling drama that bridges the gap between adolescence and adulthood in beautifully unexpected ways. (Contains mature themes.) Written by Joe Musso & directed by Tara Wibrew it is presented under the auspices of the American Association of Community Theatre’s 2018 NewPlayFest

MEALS: None

MEETINGS: None

■ MUSIC:

• The Axe & Fiddle, 657 E Main St. For more info: Call 541-942-5942 or Visit axeandfiddle.com/calendar Caitlin Jemma and the Goodness (Americana/folk) & Joseph Hein Band (eclectic/muli-genre), 8:30 pm, Free

• Brewstation, 106 S. 6th St. Mediterranean & Pub food, No cover. Minors ‘til 8:30 pm For info: 541-942-8770 Toga Celebration! 6:00-10:30 pm Tatiamo plays Animal House movie soundtrack tunes & songs of the era Best Toga prize will be announced at 8 pm. Selection will be done by 3 independent judges.

• Village Green Resort, Fireside Lounge, 725 Row River Rd. For more info: Call 541-942-2491 No Cover Charge Avid (rock), 9-Midnight

On-Air Announcements for August 19th
Sunday, August 19, 2018

■ CLASSES: LCC-Cottage Grove Center offers fun and interesting summer classes such as yoga, audio recording of narratives and the popular classic movies series. A full list of summer classes is available on the Center’s website: www.lanecc.edu/cottagegrove.

■ EVENTS:

• Cottage Grove Museum Exhibit: Animal House - Cottage Grove Main Street parade filming captured in 1977 through the lens of Photographer John Bauguess, 1-4 pm (thru Sept), Corner of Birch Ave & H Street, Free admission & donations welcome.

• WOE Heritage Fair, Fri & Sat 10 am-10 pm; Sun 10 am-4 pm, 2000 N. Douglas Ave. (next to CG Speedway) Entry Fee: Adults $3 ($2 with can of food for Community Sharing) and Kids 12 and under get in free Live Entertainment: Old Time Gospel Fellowship Worship, 10 am; Inspirational Sounds Choir, 11 am; The Huckleberrys, 1 pm; Special features: Antique Engine Display, 4-H Barn Livestock Show, BMD’s Alice in Wonderland Kids Zone, Kids’ “Make & Take” Garden, Grand Prix Racing, Games: Giant Jenga & Yatzee, Cornhole, Ladder Ball & Boccie Ball; Lots of exhibits! For more info visit: www.woeheritagefair.com

• Bohemian Film Festival, Friday-Sunday, Indie Film Fest 180 submissions from US & 25 countries with 62 feature length and short films selected to compete for a $3,000 Grand Prize. Meet the filmmakers at venues around the community. Ticket prices range from $8 for a 2-hour block of time to $49 for three day pass. To buy tickets visit: www.bohemianfestival.com

• Play: Treehouse, 2:30 pm, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr. Ticket Info: www.cottagetheatre.org or call 541-942-8001. Cottage Theatre presents the world premier of this riveting story of love, loss and healing in a compelling drama that bridges the gap between adolescence and adulthood in beautifully unexpected ways.(Contains mature themes.) Written by Joe Musso & directed by Tara Wibrew it is presented under the auspices of the American Association of Community Theatre’s 2018 NewPlayFest

■ MEALS:

• Masonic Lodge Community Breakfast, 8-11 a.m. 33322 Row River Rd. Adults-$6 ($5 w/ can of food) Menu: Eggs, sausage, ham, French toast, pancakes, potatoes, biscuits & gravy, juice, tea & coffee

• Sunday Supper, 5-6 pm at CG Community Center, FREE full-course meal (Donations welcome)

■ MEETINGS: None

■ MUSIC:

• The Axe & Fiddle, 657 E Main St. For more info: Call 541-942-5942 or Visit axeandfiddle.com/calendar The Toads (punk rock), 8:30 pm, Free

• Village Green Resort Fireside Lounge, 725 Row River Rd. For more info: Call 541-942-2491 No Cover Charge Dave Bock (Solo guitar), 7-9 pm