■ COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Give Blood & Save a Life! The blood supply in our county has remained critically low since the onset of the coronavirus. Recent confusion over eligibility is having a significant impact on our regional blood supply. To schedule your donation, visit www.schedule.bloodworksnw.org or call 800-398-7888.
Wipes Clog Pipes: It is very important that city residents hooked to the City sewer system not flush items down the toilet that don't belong in the sanitary sewer system. The wastewater treatment plant is designed to treat pee, poop, and toilet paper only. Do not flush paper towels, tissues, disinfectant wipes, diapers, baby wipes, fats, grease and or oils even if they are marketed as flushable. By not flushing items that can't be treated it will ensure the sewer treatment plant can operate as designed and meet DEQ requirements.
Cottage Grove Mutual Aid Hotline Are you looking for help and want to know what programs and services are available to assist you? Call or text 541.649.2460 or email CottageGroveCommunityCares@gmail.com to get connected to a volunteer who can help.
Homeshare Oregon Nonprofit Comes to The Grove and matches people seeking housing with homeowners wanting some extra income. Lane County Homeshare Representative Judy Smith says the goal is to facilitate home sharing with compatible, stable, safe people. Contact info: www.homeshareoregon.org or call 503.862.3296.
"Humane Hero Award" is a community recognition for a person or business owner who has made a positive difference in an animal's life or environment. The Humane Society of Cottage Grove (HSCG), created the award and seek nominations for it. Send name and contact information to HSCG411@gmail.com. HSCG volunteers will also be on the lookout for acts of kindness towards animals.
Spay & Neuter Your Pets! The Humane Society of Cottage Grove’s This & That Corner Thrift Shop at 33 N. 8th St. is open Monday-Saturday from 10 am-4 pm. All sales benefit animals in our community. HSCG offers discount spay & neuter coupons, which are accepted at veterinary clinics in CG & Creswell.
Online Shoppers can support local nonprofits on Amazon Smile! Go to www.smile.amazon.com and choose an organization. Every time you buy a qualifying item, the organization gets free money. There are a lot of local places on the list- just make sure you find Cottage Grove, OR (not TN, WI, or MN)
Low Income Rural Home Repair Loans Available from Lane County and managed by St. Vincent de Paul. The loan can be used for roofs, foundations, dry rot, plumbing, siding, heating systems, windows, doors, insulation, paint, and much more. For more information please contact Andy Clay at (541) 743-7128.
Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am to 5 pm
Free Showers Wednesdays: The City of Cottage Grove and Community Sharing offer free showers at Community Sharing, 1440 Birch Avenue, every Wednesday from 11 am- 3 pm. If you're interested in learning more about the Mobile Shower program or have an interest in volunteering, contact Community Coordinator Teresa Cowan at 541-942-1185 ext 2.
Calling all CG High School Football Alumni! Go to Cottage Grove HS Football Facebook Page and reconnect!
Genealogical Society Library: Local genealogists can help you along your journey to discover your family's ancestors. The library is located in the CG Community Center. Hours are Wednesday-Friday, 1-4 pm. Volunteer opportunities are available. For more information call 541.942.9570.
To find out the latest information on COVID-19 Vaccinations visit: www.covidvaccine.oregon.gov
■ ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Bohemia Gold Mining Museum, 308 S. 10th St. (Red Barn across from Bohemia Park), Fridays & Saturdays, 1-4 pm
CG Historical Museum, Birch Avenue & H Street, Saturdays & Sundays, 1-4 pm
Oregon Aviation Museum, 2475 Jim Wright Way (across from Cottage Theatre), Tours offered by appointment. Call 541.613.0399 to schedule one.
Pickleball Anyone? Open play Pickleball every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 9 am- Noon-ish at the Coiner Park Tennis Courts, Free activity all are welcome. For more info call Chris at 541-914-5937.
WEEKLY BINGO GAMES Food & drinks available for purchase at each venue.
MON: Senior Center Bingo, 12:30 pm, CG Community Center, 700 E. Gibbs Ave.
WED: Elks Bingo, Elks Lodge, 775 N. River Rd. Doors & Lounge open at 5 pm. Early Bird Bingo begins at 6:30 pm, (packs $3 for first & $1 for additional packs per person). Regular games begin at 7 pm (first packs $5 and $9 for additional packs).
FRI: American Legion Post 32, 5-7 pm, 826 W. Main St. Cards: 50-cents. Payout is 80% per game
SAT: VFW Post 3473, 3-5 pm, 3160 Hillside Dr. Cards: 50-cents Dabbers available to use or buy. No bills over $20 accepted. Payout is 80% per game
Visit the websites of these local entertainment venues for current information:
Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main St. 541.942.5942 Website: www.axeandfiddle.com
Coast Fork Brewing, 106 S. 6th St, 541.942.8770 Website: www.coastforkbrewing.com
Covered Bridge Brewing Group, 926 E. Main St., 541.649-1419 Website: www.coveredbridgebrewinggroup.com
Saginaw Vineyard, 80247 Delight Valley School Rd. For more info call 541-942-1364 or visit www.sagniawvineyard.com
Are you a Trivia Buff? Experts say playing trivia games can provide a dopamine rush much like gambling, without the negative effects. It can be quite satisfying, it doesn't have many downsides, you get to pick a cool name for your team (up to 6 members), you have fun while improve your mental health and most importantly – you win prizes! Here are the local weekly games in The Grove:
Tuesday: Coastfork Brewing from 6:30-7:30 pm, 106 S. Sixth Street, Host Gerald Santana
Thursday: Covered Bridge Brewing Group from 6-8 pm, 926 E. Main St. Host Elliot Martinez
CG Public Library Weekly Activities
▪ M Bilingual Storytime, 6 pm
▪ TUE Ukulele Club, 10 am and Teen Hangout, 4 pm
▪ WED Lego Club (for kids), 2:30 pm,
▪ Third Wednesdays: Middle & High School Meet-Up, 4 pm and Book Club, 4 pm
▪ THU Baby Laptime, 10:30 am
▪ FRI Anime Club, 4 pm
▪ SAT Preschool Storytime, 10:30 am
Cottage Theatre Update
The ACT III Remodel Projct is complete! New, more comfortable seats. A great view of the entire stage
no matter where you're sitting. Improved sound clarity and balance thanks to new acoustic panels. A better Assistive Listening System including a hearing loop. Updated lobby with new restrooms
(and touchless fixtures!)
Purchase tickets online at ww.cottagetheatre.org or call 541.942.8001
CT 2022 Season Plays
October 7-23: Into the Woods The dark and haunting fractured fairytale
December 2-18: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane One toy's story of learning to love
■ CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
South Lane School District Update: Detailed info is posted on the School District website and social media platforms: Webpage: www.slane.k12.or.us; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/southlaneSD/ Instagram: @southlane_sd & Twitter: @southlane_sd
LCC Cottage Grove Center: For class information call 541.463.4202 or visit: www.lanecc.edu/cottagegrove
Singing Creek Educational Center: SCEC is a local nonprofit providing historically-based learning for kids aged 6 and up. History Homeschool provides sories, games, worksheets, videos and recipes for you and your child to do at home. Cost is only $15 per session per child. For more information send email to: email@example.com. Website: https://www.singingcreekcenter.org
Local Hands-On Food Preservation Workshop Series: Lane County OSU Extension Master Food Preservers offer a series of food preservation workshops on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm at The Cottage Events Venue, 2915 Row River Rd. Schedule: 9/17 – Tomatoes & Salsas; 10/15 – Preserving Meats; 11/5 Holiday Food Gifts Fee: $8-$15/per class Preregistration required. For more info contact Beth Pool at FoodPresCG@gmail.com or call 541.942.2360.
Improv Class, Sundays, 6-8 pm, Opal Center, 513 E. Main St. Instructors Howard & Andrea Hummel share decades of theatrical experience with class participants. Improvisational acting is fun, creative and fosters friendships in a safe and inclusive environment that generates lots of laughs. For more info call Opal Center 541-623-0513.
AlAnon Meeting: Saturdays, 7 pm, Sinclair Room, Cottage Grove City Hall, 400 East Main St. “Courage to Change” is an open meeting that welcomes visitors or people who are curious about AlAnon. It is a 12-step group for family members and friends of alcoholics/addicts offering mutual support and a design for living in spite of what the alcoholic may or may not do. For more information call Saunders at 541-255-7648.
■ COMMUNITY MEALS & FOOD GIVEAWAYS:
MONDAY - FRIDAY: Community Sharing Food Boxes Available on Monday, 1:30-6 pm; Tue-Fri, 11 am-3:30 pm, 1440 Birch Ave. The number of food boxes offered has increased. For eligibility requirements call 541.942.2176
THIRD MONDAYS: Seventh-Day Adventist Produce & More Giveaway, 1-3 pm, 820 S. 10th St. Walk-ups welcome. No qualification requirement. To reserve a box: text or call Judy at 541.228.5401
TUESDAY & THURSDAY: Trinity Lutheran Church, 5:15-6:15 pm (Doors open at 5 pm) FREE, Sixth & Quincy Ave. Take Out Only
TUE/WED/THU: Café 60 Senior Meals, Noon, CG Community Center, 700 E. Gibbs Ave. Take Out only available. Meals on Wheels Home Deliveries Call 541.682.3353 for information on the program
FRIDAY: Elks Club Friday Night Dinners, 5-7 pm, 755 N. River Rd.
First Friday Menu: Chicken Fried Steak, Salad, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Corn & Vanilla Ice Cream $8/plate
Second Friday Menu: Pulled Pork Sandwich with baked beans and coleslaw $8/plate
Third Friday Menu: Steak (cooked to order), Baked Potato, Green Beans, Salad & Dessert $12/plate
Fourth Friday Menu: Fish Fry (cod or talapia) Fries, Coleslaw Prices vary
First Sunday: Veterans of Foreign Wars Breakfast Menu: Scrambled eggs, biscuits & gravy, sausage $5
Fourth Sunday: Elks Lodge Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy +Scrambled Eggs & Ham $5, French Toast or Pancakes additional $2
Free Community Market, 11:30 am-2 pm, Community Sharing, 1440 Birch Ave. Free food, clothes, and more! Everyone is welcome, no questions asked. If you’d like more info or would like to volunteer or contribute to the market please email FreeCommunityMarketCG@gmail.com
■ VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Humane Society Thrift Store needs volunteers to help staff the This-N-That store at 33 N. 8th St. If you love animals and you’re a people person, stop by and pick up an application. Shop's Winter Hours 10 am-4 pm
Community Sharing Pantry Front Counter & Food Box Delivery Drivers For additional information call 541-942-2176 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Genealogical Library needs volunteers to assist visitors seeking information on specific people. Hours: Wed-Fri, 1-4pm. For more information call 541.942.9570.
Community Shower Trailer needs volunteers to expand its availability during the week. For more information call Community Coordinator Teresa Cowan at 541-942-1185 ext 2.
Weekdays 7-9 am Wake up weekdays with Country Cameron Reiten on the Morning Country Cafe. KNND brings to the air waves the latest in local news, sports, weather and community events. Listen for giveaways, crazy stories, and lots of fun.
Weekdays 9-10 am Your heritage station, KNND, brings you Oregon’s longest running talk show. The Beeper Show is informative, non-partisan and always interesting. The show covers a wide variety of topics from political to social to just plain fun. The Thursday Show features educational guests from South Lane Lane Community College and community education topics. On the first Thursday of the month learn more about local history topics. Open forums give listeners a chance to chime in with their views and opinions. Cameron Reiten hosts the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday shows. Cindy Weeldreyer hosts the Thursday show.
Monday-Friday morning from 10-11 a.m. Host Cameron Reiten. Pick up a few treasures or things you need for the house or shop. If you haven't caught Swap-n-Shop for a while, you will be pleased to learn the limits are a combined total of $500 for three or fewer items.
If you have more than 3 items or one worth more than $500, use Swap-n-Shop to get it on the market. Stop by the station on weekday afternoons (between 1:30-5 pm) to purchase one.
MONDAY 11 am-3 pm Host Lloyd Williams brings his passion for pop music from the 1950s through the early 1970s that climbed to the top of the Billboard charts. Learn the backstories to iconic classic songs of this era and update on the performers today. Feel free to call our studio line at 541-942-5548 to request your favorite tunes.
TUESDAY 11 am-3 pm Host Kenneth Michael Roberts (aka The Godfather) invites you to tune in and enjoy a variety of bluegrass and folk music performed by famous and local musicians. Feel free to call our studio line at 541-942-5548 to request your favorite tunes.
TUESDAY 3-5 pm Host Laura Vishoot has that "classic FM radio voice" that encourages you to kickback and enjoy the eclectic mix of her favorite music genres to tickle your ears.
WEDNESDAY 11 am-3 pm Host Rob Ward invites you to tune in and enjoy some great Rock 'n Roll, Soul and Rhythm & Blues tunes. He loves keeping the music of the 50s and 60s alive, especially songs that should have been heard, but weren't. Feel free to call our studio line at 541-942-5548 to request your favorite tunes.
THURSDAY 11 am-3 pm For those that like classic country and western music from the twenties through the seventies, then the Round-Up is the program for you. Host "Country Cameron Reiten" plays music from the legendary groups and performers that made country music the great genre that it is. Most classic country programs stick to playing just the biggest of the big hits, but Cameron has gathered an immense assortment of CD compilations, LP record albums, and 7"45 RPM singles. In addition to the standards, you'll hear all those forgotten B-sides and album cuts with some of the stories behind them. Listen for western swing, blue grass, honky tonk, countrypolitan and more. Feel free to call our studio line at 541-942-5548 to request your favorite tunes.
Sunday 7-10 am Cindy Weeldreyer provides three "Christ-filled hours" of music, devotions, reflections, community information and an inspirational prerecorded dramatized story for kids of all ages to enjoy. The program is divided into six 30-minute segments: Opening (7-7:30), Instrumental Music (7:30-8), Your Story Time (8-8:30), Praise & Worship Music (8:30-9), Gospel Music (9-9:30) and Contemporary Christian Music (9:30-10). You're invited to tune in and be part of the Sunday Morning Light Family!
KNND is your go-to station for country music lovers of all ages. Our independently-owned station provides news, music and community information around the clock. You can also listen to us on FM 99.7 and South Lane Television Channel 47.4.
KNND is a country station with a difference because of our unique line-up of specialty shows produced and hosted by Grovers who have a passion for a particular music genre.
We wish we could have a live DJs broadcasting from behind the red door 24/7, however that is not feasible. When we're not in the studio, the Local Radio Networks' Classic Country format brings you all of your favorites from the 80's, 90's and early 2000's with an occasional tune from the 60's and 70's. We invite you to take a look at our live show descriptions and encourage you to tune in.
Call our studio line 541-942-5548 to share your opinion on Beeper (our weekday morning talk show from 9-10 am), to buy, sell or give something away on Swap-N-Shop (weekday mornings from 10-11 am), and to request your favorite songs during our live shows.
Please call our business line 541-942-2468 to advertise with us, to place a Swap-N-Shop Grapevine Ad, to provide information for our Animal Lost & Found file, or to ask any questions you may have.