The nugget. (Sisters, Or.) 1994-current, January 16, 2019, Page 12, Image 12

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019 The Nugget Newspaper, Sisters, Oregon
ART-i-facts, an Interactive
Art Experience
Annual Chili Feed for Vets
Ronnie and Susie Frigulti present
their 6th annual free chili feed
Wednesday, February 27 from
for veterans and their families on
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. is a night of
Saturday, February 16 from noon
art for Sisters in the Sisters High
School Commons. Sisters Country to 3 p.m. at Sisters Community
Church. Th e meal includes
is invited to attend the 22nd
homemade chili, sausage, coleslaw,
annual celebration of the arts at
cake, coff ee and soft drinks. Please
SHS! Bring the whole family to
RSVP the number of attendees
participate and interact with the
by Tuesday, February 12 at 541-
students and community at our
549-1089 or via email to frigulti@
hands-on art stations. Student-
designed silkscreen T-shirts,
collaborative art stations, a
City of Sisters Seeks Budget
take-away prize for visiting all the Committee Member
stations, and more! Enjoy our pop- Th e City of Sisters is accepting
up gallery of student art, luthier
applications for one “in-city”
designs, and live entertainment
volunteer to serve on the Budget
from SHS music programs as well Committee. Th e appointment is
as refreshments. Admission is $5,
for a 3-year term that will begin in
$20 for family. Info: 541-549-4045. May 2019. Th e Budget Committee
meets each spring to review the
Empty Bowls Event
budget proposed
Empty Bowls is
by the City
a fundraiser for
Manager. Th e
Sisters Sparrow
City encourages
Club held on
interested parties
to apply for
January 30 at
the opening by
6 p.m. in the
completing an
SHS commons.
Thursday, January 17
application by 5
Tickets are
Young Life Fundraiser
p.m. on Friday,
$10, $12 or $15
7 p.m. at Sisters Community Church
January 25, 2019.
on the bowl
Applications are
Monday, January 21
chosen. Th ere
available at Sisters
Habitat Home Celebration
will be bowls
City Hall, 520 E.
12:30 p.m. on N. Desert Rose Loop
made by SHS
Cascade Avenue,
students as well
or visit the City’s
Monday, January 21
as local artists.
website at www.
Go Fish Meeting
All proceeds
7 p.m. at Sisters Community Church
will go to
For additional
benefi t a local
Sisters Sparrow,
please contact:
Tuesday, January 22
Kaenon Francis.
Joe O’Neill at
Dementia Conversations
Tickets can be
541-323-5222 or
1:30 to 3 p.m. at the Sisters Library
purchased by
emailing or
Mom-to-Mom Meeting
call 541-549-4045 ext. 5725.
Moms are invited to get
Dementia Conversations
connected with other moms
Tuesday, January 22 from 1:30 to 3 for support and fun! First
Tuesday of each month, from
p.m. the Alzheimer’s Association
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hangar
will hold a program at the Sisters
Library to provide tips for starting at Sisters Community Church.
Also meeting the third Tuesday
conversations with family about
of each month 10 a.m. to noon
changing behavior that could be
signs of dementia. Topics include in the Fireside Room at Sisters
going to the doctor for diagnosis, Community Church. Childcare
deciding when to stop driving and available in morning session —
RSVP if needed. For information
making plans for future care. To
register call 800-272-3900 or go to call 970-744-0959.
Support for Caregivers
Sponsor an Impoverished
A free support group for those
who provide care in any capacity
Child from Uganda
meets at Shepherd of the Hills
Hope Africa International, based
Lutheran Church, 386 N. Fir St.
in Sisters, has many children
at 10:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of
awaiting sponsorship! For more
information go to hopeafricakids. each month. Call 541-771-3258 for
additional information.
org or call Katie at 541-719-8727.
Fishing Group for All
Young Life Fundraiser
GO FISH will be meeting
Monday, January 21 at 7 p.m.
at Sisters Community Church.
Th e program will feature Tom
Wideman of Sisters presenting on
fl y-fi shing with Czech nymphing.
He will cover the equipment,
techniques, tips, and tricks,
including fl ies and tying materials.
Th is is the method favored in the
World Team Competition. Tom
has fi shed in Slovenia, where he
learned this method of catching
trout. For info call 541-771-2211.
Join Sisters Young Life for a night
of fellowship and fun at a Dessert
Fundraiser on Th ursday, January
17 at 7 p.m. at Sisters Community
Church. Please RSVP to Shannon
Call 206-356-0972 for additional
Hunter’s Education Class
For a hunter’s education class
beginning Tuesday, February 5,
register online at
It runs two nights per week for
three weeks, plus a required fi eld
day. For information call Rick Cole
at 541-420-6934 or Dave Jones at
AARP Driver’s Safety
AARP’s Driver Safety Course, a
classroom refresher for motorists
50 and older, will be off ered on
Tuesday, February 19 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at Sisters Community
Church. Th ere will be a one-hour
lunch break. Call 541-390-6075
to register. Cost is $15 for AARP
members and $20 for non-
Habitat Home Celebration
Th e community is invited to a
home dedication celebration for
the Ayala family Monday, January
21 at 12:30 p.m. Th e Ayala family
will be the 66th family to purchase
a home through Sisters Habitat’s
homeownership program. Th e
celebration will take place at
Village Meadows South on N.
Desert Rose Loop. Refreshments
will be served. Info: 541-549-1193.
Acappella Chorus
Seeks Members
Tai Chi/Balance Classes based
on the CDC “Steadi” Program
to reduce injuries and falls in our
community are being sponsored
by Sisters Drug. Taught by
Shannon Rackowski, classes are
now off ered every Th ursday from
11-11:30 a.m. (except holidays
and December 27.) Due to the
popularity of the classes, they
have been moved to SPRD Fitness
Room at 1750 W. McKinney Butte
Rd. in Sisters. For info: 541-549-
Donate Antiques & Jewelry
Sisters Kiwanis takes donations
of antiques & vintage jewelry
throughout the year for its annual
Antique & Collectibles Sale, held
on Saturday every Memorial Day
weekend. Your donation is tax-
deductible! For more information
call Leart at 541-410-2890; to
arrange for pickup of large items,
please call Pam at 541-719-1049
or Roger at 541-430-7395. You
may also drop off small items at
Essentials at 492 E. Main Ave.
Organ Donor Awareness
A new nonprofi t is in the planning
stages to educate the community
on the importance of organ
donation. Fundraisers and events
will be discussed. If interested in
taking part, please call Fifi Bailey at
Humane Society of Central Oregon
Ladies, do you enjoy singing but
it’s been awhile? Experience your
joy of singing once again; guests
are welcome to our rehearsals
anytime. We are always looking to
add voices to our 4-part harmony.
You don’t have to be able to read
music. We will teach you our
craft of acappella singing. Th is is
a Central Oregon chorus and we
would love to have more Sisters
members. Rehearsals are every
Tuesday evening from 6:30 to
9:30 p.m. at Aspen Ridge’s Great
Room, 1010 Purcell Blvd. in Bend.
For more information: call 541-
728-9392 or peruse our website:
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (ELCA)
386 N. Fir Street • 541-549-5831
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
Sisters Community Church (Nondenominational)
1300 W. McKenzie Hwy. • 541-549-1201
10 a.m. Sunday Worship (with signing) |
St. Edward the Martyr Roman Catholic Church
123 Trinity Way • 541-549-9391
5:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass
9 a.m. Sunday Mass
8 a.m. Monday-Friday Mass
Calvary Chapel (Nondenominational)
484 W. Washington St., Ste. C & D • 541-588-6288
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
New Hope Christian Center (Assembly of God)
222 Trinity Way • 503-910-9069
10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship
Chapel in the Pines
Camp Sherman • 541-549-9971
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
Tai Chi/Balance Sessions
Th e Episcopal Church of the Transfi guration
68825 Brooks Camp Road • 541-549-7087
8:30 a.m. Ecumenical Sunday Worship (Sunday school, childcare)
10:15 a.m. Episcopal Sunday Worship (Sunday school, childcare)
Sisters Church of the Nazarene
67130 Harrington Loop Road • 541-389-8960 |
10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship |
Westside Sisters
442 Trinity Way • 541-549-4184 |
9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship
Vast Church (Nondenominational)
1700 W. McKinney Butte (Sisters High School) • 541-719-0587
9:37 a.m. Sunday Worship |
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
386 N. Fir Street • 541-595-6770, 541-306-8303
11 a.m. Saturday Worship
Th e Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
68885 Trinity Way • Branch President, 541-420-5670;
10 a.m. Sunday Sacrament Meeting
Baha’i Faith Meetings
Devotional Gatherings, Study Classes and Discussion
Groups. Call for location and times • 541-549-6586
First Aid Class
Th e next CPR/AED class is
scheduled for Saturday, February
9 at 9:00 a.m. Th e First Aid
module is on Sunday, February 10
at 9 a.m. Th e cost is $30, which
covers both modules, a workbook
and completion card. Register by
Tuesday, February 5. To register,
go online to sistersfi and
select the CPR tab, or stop by and
register at the Sisters Fire station
during business hours (8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.). Pick up the student
workbook at the station after you
register. If you have questions, call
Beverly Halcon at 818-674-7686.
Dementia Caregivers
A free support group for
caregivers of those suff ering with
Alzheimer’s or other forms of
dementia takes place the fi rst
Tuesday of each month from
noon to 1:30 p.m. at Sisters
City Hall. Sponsored by the
Alzheimer’s Association, meetings
provide emotional, educational,
and social support. Call 800-272-
3900 or go to
Th ich Nhat Hahn Sangha
Meditation Group
Weekly on Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
at 737 E. Black Butte Ave. For more
information please email Kathyn
Sisters Libr ary
january events
Animal Adventures
Live animals, stories, crafts with
High Desert Museum for kids
ages 3 to 5. It’s 30-45 minutes of
adventure! Limited to 30 children
and their caregivers. Sisters
Library on Tuesday, January 22 at
11:30 a.m. Info: 541-312-1072.
Family Fun Story Time
Family Fun Story Time for kids
ages birth through 5 takes
place at the Sisters Library on
Th ursdays, January 17, 24 and
31 from 10:30 to 11 a.m., with
songs, rhymes and crafts, all
designed to grow young readers.
Caregivers must attend. Info:
Mixed Media Winter
Art Workshop
DUKE is a handsome 5-year-
old Lab/Pitbull mix who is ready
for his new home! Duke is a
friendly boy who loves to hang
out with his people. He needs a
home committed to maintaining
a healthy and active lifestyle. He
would benefi t from attending a
basic obedience class with his
new people to bond and become
the best canine companion he
can be! Come to HSCO and meet
Duke today!
1 175
Th is workshop is presented by
local artist Carly Garzon Vargas.
Saturday, January 19 at 10 a.m.
Ages 12 to 17. Experiment
with collage, paper and paint
to create a piece of original art
to take home. Bring in your
own photos, clippings, or other
meaningful material to add to
your art. Info: 541-617-7078.
Th e Library Book Club
Read and discuss “TransAtlantic”
by Colum McCann with other
thoughtful readers at the Sisters
Library on Wednesday, January
23, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Info:
Music in Public Places
Enjoy a performance courtesy
of Central Oregon Symphony
on Saturday, January 26 at 2
p.m. at the Sisters Library. No
registration required. Info: 541-
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