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01/16/188:30am to 9:30am


CLASS: Understanding the complexities of long-term living
Date: January 16th, from 7-8 pm
Location: Corvallis Senior Center Cost: $4.00

Event Description: On Tuesday, January 16th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Jennifer Garner will do a presentation on understanding the complexities of senior living. Topics covered are understanding the difference between in-home care and home health to understanding levels of care withing the senior living industry.  The course will also cover how and what you should know before shopping for long-term living options for yourself or a loved one.   

WHAT: A class for anyone who is is currently faced with the situation of finding care for a loved one or your are working on your plan beyond retirement. titled The presentation is designed to help anyone looking for long-term care or to for someone who needs more understanding long-term living options. 

COST: $4.00
WHEN: January 16, 2018 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Corvallis Chintimini Senior Center,
2601 NW Tyler Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330
Call Corvallis  Senior Center at  (541) 766-6959 to register.
 

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01/16/187:00pm to 8:00pmJennifer Garner


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. 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
 

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01/19/18
-01/21/18
 Beth Little


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01/19/185:30pm to 8:30pm


OVER 35 sellers ALL in one dry and warm place!  9-5 p.m.
Tables still available -- ONLY $20 per table
Email Robin at denningrobin9@gmail.com for signup form
 

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01/20/189:00am to 5:00pmRobin Denning email -- Anne Duffey-phone


The Oregon State University College of Engineering is sponsoring “Spinning Into Butter”, a play by Rebecca Gilman and produced by Bag&Baggage Productions.  “Spinning Into Butter” explores the dangers of both racism and political correctness in America; a story seemingly ripped from today’s headlines and uniquely relevant to our political culture.
Show times are 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, in room 200 at the Learning Innovation Center (LINC) on OSU’s Corvallis campus. Tickets are free but required and can be obtained on a first-come, first-served basis at http://engineering.oregonstate.edu/community.

When one of the few African American students at liberal Belmont College begins receiving hate mail, the campus erupts, first with shock, then with mutual recrimination as faculty and students alike try to prove their own tolerance by condemning one another. At the center of this maelstrom is Sarah Daniels, the Dean of Students. As the administration sponsors public “race forums” and the students start activist groups, Sarah is forced to explore her own feelings of racism. Her self-examination leads to some surprising discoveries and painful insights, the consequences of which even she can’t predict.

"...a production that should be seen by anyone who's at all interested in one of the most pressing issues of our time and place..."                                             – Oregon Arts Watch

Accommodations for disabilities may be made by contacting 541-737-4717 or events@oregonstate.edu.
 

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01/20/18
-01/21/18
2:00pm to 3:30pmUniversity Events


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01/23/188:30am to 9:30am


Please join us for our January Women in Business
 
Child abuse and neglect is likely the most prevalent health problem that children face today, with the most serious array of consequences. ABC House Executive Director Jenny Gilmore-Robinson discusses recent trends in child maltreatment, as well as its health and economic impacts on our community.  She also presents practical steps that businesses and individuals can take to help end it.  

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01/24/18 


Join barre3 and International Life Coach and Mindfulness Teacher, Ashley Paquin for a workshop designed to help you get clear with what your life’s purpose is, while identifying goals for 2018. You will have the support and care of a master coach and mindfulness teacher committed to your success.

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01/27/1811:30am to 3:00pmRachel Ostrander


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01/30/188:30am to 9:30am


This is the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship's 14th Annual Statewide Nonprofit Board Training event.  The event is held at Oregon State University's LaSells Stewart Center, 875 SW 26th St., Corvallis, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on February 3, 2018.  16 presenters will provide 18 different sessions in three break-out sessions over the course of the day, starting with Sylvia Allen's keynote presentation, "ONE VOICE . . . Why your nonprofit service matters in today's world!"  Sylvia will also present one of the morning sessions, entitled "Building Sponsorship Sales," in which she will introduce her unique formula for generating revenue through sponsorship.  Other topics will cover grant writing, sound policy making, financial activities and processes, social media presence for nonprofits, human resource topics, cross-cultural and cross generational communications, board diversity, and much more of interest to today's nonprofit organizations.  For more information and registration, go to www.nonprofitsteward.org, e-mail thecenter@nonprofitsteward.org, or call 541-230-1036.

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02/03/188:30am to 3:30pmJeni Wells-Whitney


Join the Co-op for a beautiful evening of wine, food, and conversation at The Vue in Downtown Corvallis. There will be Oregon wines—Lumos, Spindrift, Foris, and many more—along with imports, hors d’oeuvres, cheese, chocolate, and you get to take home a commemorative glass. Of each ticket sold, $5 goes to support scholarship funding that helps make Samaritan Health Services Cardiac Rehab Program an option for local low-income patients. Tickets are available at both store locations, or on eventbrite and cost $15 Presale, $20 at the door.
 

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02/03/185:30pm to 9:00pmJoel Gustafson


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02/06/188:30am to 9:30am


Are you maximizing your Chamber membership? Each Chamber member gets a complimentary web page with your Chamber membership. These webpages bring you up higher in internet searches & help you capture referrals - find out how!This is an online training from your personal computer, for members to make the most of their Chamber webpage.The class will take approximately 30 minutes. Following the presentation members will have an opportunity to ask questions about this program and specifics on how to use the automation.

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02/07/185:00pm to 6:00pmHeidi Junge


Held every SECOND THURSDAY of the month 12:30 to 1:30
 
Come join in this small yet fun group. Bring your business cards, samples, etc.  Each person will have about 4 minutes to share a bit about their business all while enjoying a complimentary lunch provided by Stoneybrook Lodge. Towards the end of lunch, manager Kendall Clapper, will give us a short overview of what Stoneybrook has to offer. 
 
There are only 8 spots available for each event, so if you plan to attend you must RSVP! If you have any questions, contact Becky Mutschler at becky.mutschler@gmail.com or (541)760-7324
 
ONE RESERVATION PER BUSINESS PLEASE!

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02/08/1812:30pm to 1:30pm


Chuva Boa Album Release party! We have an album overflowing with happy Latin flavored joy -- the exact antidote for the times we're living in. There will be a load of surprise extra goodies. We only do limited local shows... so this is your chance. Get in your car, grit your teeth and pony up the exorbitant cover of ZERO, enjoy a snack or a nice cuppa in a cozy yet spacious ambience with nice acoustics. All ages show.... bring the kiddies. We have something just for them. See you there. RSVP if you like..... regrets will be deleted, so don't have 'em! JUST GO!

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02/09/187:00pm to 9:00pmColleen Kitchen


Valley AIDS Information Network (VAIN) is inviting Oregon residents and visitors to support VAIN by attending our upcoming Annual Mardi Gras Drag Bingo Fundraiser. Last year we had a total of over $2,000 in great prizes to win! Admission is $15 Adults and $10 Students and Seniors with School ID. Admission includes complimentary 3 Bingo Cards and bottled water! 

This year our MC is the talented local Drag entertainer "Miss Dharma Prada MacPhearson". 

What a great way to show your support for the HIV/AIDS, STI and Hepatitis-C outreach, and education programs we provide your communities in Benton and Linn Counties. 

VAIN is an all-volunteer 501(C)3 non-profit founded in 1989 and your donations are tax deductible. We provide much-needed programs such as Free Condom Distribution where we distribute over 3,000+ Free Condoms per month to Bars, Night Clubs, Taverns, Restaurants, Retail outlets and Community-based service programs in Benton and Linn Counties. Last year our Speakers Bureau also presented information to over 3,000+ Students of all ages and residents of Benton and Linn Counties. 

Please do join us for an evening of Fun!

Are you a business and wish to donate an Item or Gift Certificate/Card? The donation is tax-deductible and goes as a Bingo Prize and you receive the opportunity to put your name in front of 75-100 participants. Your logo will be in the evening's printed program materials and also receive recognition through donors list on every table, name mentioned twice or more in the evening program. 

Questions can be emailed to Information .@. valleyaidsinfo . org or check our website at www.ValleyAIDSInfo.org

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02/10/186:00pm to 11:00pmDaniel Howard


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02/13/188:30am to 9:30am


Each year, we come together in Corvallis to Rise in Solidarity against exploitation against women worldwide. Join us on Feb 14 and be part of a global event to raise awareness about exploitation and violence against women.

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02/14/1812:00pm to 1:00pmShireen Hyrapiet


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02/20/188:30am to 9:30am


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02/27/188:30am to 9:30am


Ever consider becoming a HOMEOWNER? Learn more about the process of purchasing a home! We will go over the steps toward homeownership, talk about the housing market trends and connect you with one of our favorite local lenders to discuss the financial options available for purchasing a home. 
Each office independently owned and operated. * Agents are Licensed in the state of Oregon.

RESERVE YOUR SEATS HERE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-time-homebuyer-class-tickets-42068196107

 

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02/27/186:00pm to 7:00pmJamie Ely


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03/06/188:30am to 9:30am


Are you maximizing your Chamber membership? Each Chamber member gets a complimentary web page with your Chamber membership. These webpages bring you up higher in internet searches & help you capture referrals - find out how!This is an online training from your personal computer, for members to make the most of their Chamber webpage.The class will take approximately 30 minutes. Following the presentation members will have an opportunity to ask questions about this program and specifics on how to use the automation.

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03/07/185:00pm to 6:00pmHeidi Junge


Held every SECOND THURSDAY of the month 12:30 to 1:30
 
Come join in this small yet fun group. Bring your business cards, samples, etc.  Each person will have about 4 minutes to share a bit about their business all while enjoying a complimentary lunch provided by Stoneybrook Lodge. Towards the end of lunch, manager Kendall Clapper, will give us a short overview of what Stoneybrook has to offer. 
 
There are only 8 spots available for each event, so if you plan to attend you must RSVP! If you have any questions, contact Becky Mutschler at becky.mutschler@gmail.com or (541)760-7324
 
ONE RESERVATION PER BUSINESS PLEASE!

CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION!

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03/08/1812:30pm to 1:30pm


39th Lane County Home & Garden Show
March 8-11, 2018
Lane Events Center - Convention Center & Expo Halls:  796 W 13th Ave, Eugene (541) 484-9247
Springtime on every Aisle!  Shop & compare 325 exhibits featuring experts, products and services for homes & yards. Learn “How-to” at 50 home & garden seminars. Spring Gardens in Bloom, Big Plant Sales, $3,000 in KEZI-9 Prizes. 
American Family Insurance is the Official Show Sponsor.
FREE admission with canned food donations.  FREE Parking.
Thurs: 5pm-9pm, Fri: 5pm-9pm, Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun: 10am-5pm
www.EugeneHomeShow.com
 

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03/08/18
-03/11/18
5:00pm to 9:00pmBeth Little


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03/13/188:30am to 9:30am


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03/20/188:30am to 9:30am


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03/27/188:30am to 9:30am


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04/03/188:30am to 9:30am


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04/10/188:30am to 9:30am


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04/17/188:30am to 9:30am


WALK TO CREATE A WORLD FREE OF MS.

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us.

Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every dollar we raise ... we're that much closer.

Together, we will end MS forever.


www.walkms.org

1 mile or 3 mile options.

Registration Opens at 9:00am, Walk Begins at 10:00am.

 
 

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04/28/189:00am to 1:00pmTracy Leeper


The Port of Toledo's 14th annual Toledo Wooden Boat Show, August 18 - 19, 2018.

Our annual boat show is a free entry, family-friendly, weekend event that celebrates the historic tradition of wooden boats.  There are plenty of activities to enjoy – boat exhibits, vendors, live music, family boat building, kids’ boat building, and more.  The Wooden Boat Show has grown each year, attracting exhibitors, vendors, and visitors from across the state, and beyond to enjoy the maritime activities along Toledo’s Waterfront.  Come join the fun!

An assortment of vessels will be on display including classic vessels, unique owner-built boats, as well as the Port’s twin Teak Ladies, and we always invite the local commercial fishermen to bring their classic boats.  Saturday, at 1pm, the GP Containerboard Boat Contest brings entries from across the county, and is a huge draw for spectators. There is a special award for the most spectacular sinking! 
This year’s show features the Northwest Steam Society. Their members will bring steamboats and other steam equipment from across the Northwest AND there will be opportunities for an excursion ride on the Yaquina Bay.  For over 40 years, the Northwest Steam Society has been a place for enthusiasts to share their passion for live steam with the public at large through event appearances and casual gatherings.  Between their members, they have literally hundreds of years of experience with this fascinating and history-filled energy source, and will continue to promote it to future generations.  They currently count over 150 boats among its membership around the world.

The festival’s location, Waterfront Park, allows visitors easy access to the shops and businesses on Main Street.


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08/18/18
-08/19/18
10:00am to 6:00pmPort of Toledo


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