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August 2019 - EASTERN OREGON PARENT - 9
Find fun activities for you and your child...
all month long!
FIRST FRIDAY, all day, Tamastslikt
Cultural Institute, 47106 Wildhorse Blvd.
(off Highway 331 near Wildhorse Resort
& Casino), Pendleton. Free admission all
day. (541-966-9748). First Fridays.
MOM AND BABY SUPPORT GROUP,
9 to 11 a.m., mtg. room 3/4, CHI St. Anthony
Hospital, 2801 St. Anthony Way, Pend-
leton. Group offers safe environment for
moms to gather, discuss issues, and find
support. (541-278-2627). First and third
SUMMER STORY TIME, 10:15
a.m., Pendleton Public Library,
502 SW Dorion Ave. Bring the
youngsters for stories, songs
and crafts with M. Angel.
For all ages; no registration
RYTIME, 10 a.m., Weston
Public Library, 108 East Main
St. Books, music, early lit-
eracy skills, simple crafts and
snacks. All preschoolers and
their parents/caregivers are
STORY TIME, 10:15-11
Library, 235 E.
Gladys Ave. (541-
FUN FRIDAY, 10:30 a.m.,
Stanfield Public Library, 180
W. Coe Ave., Stanfield. Craft-
nter ing, game day or special event.
2 W. (541-449-1254).
STORY & CRAFT TIME,
ging, 2 p.m., Echo Public Library, 20
Bonanza St. All youth welcome.
SCI-FI MOVIE TRIVIA, 6 p.m.,
Pendleton Public Library, 502 SW
Dorion Ave. Show your skills in sci-fi
movie trivia! Teams of three to six
players (13 and up) will compete for
the grand prize. Free; registration
required. (541-966-0380). Friday,
GAMER’S NIGHT, 7-10:30
p.m., Pendleton Rec Center, Mc-
her Cune Gym. Sponsored by Pend-
leton Parks & Rec. Free organized
tournament for middle and high schoolers
with dance games and more. (541-276-
8100.) Second Fridays.
ROCK AND ROLL CAMP CONCERT,
7 p.m., Main St., Pendleton. PCA’s Rock
and Roll Camp closes out the week with a
free concert on Main Street for the public.
Cheer on our budding songwriters and mu-
sicians! (541-278-9201). Friday, Aug. 16
HERMISTON MOVIES IN THE PARK,
dusk (around 8:30 p.m.), McKenzie Park.
“Aquaman” shows Aug. 2 and “Small Foot”
on Aug. 9. Drop by for an evening
of family fun. Bring blankets,
chairs, and snacks and enjoy
a movie under the stars on
an inflatable screen. Free.
Aug. 2 & 9.
MOVIES IN THE
PARK, begins at dusk,
Community Park East,
Pendleton. Free family
movies will be shown each
Friday night on an outdoor
screen, weather permitting.
This month “Jurassic World:
Fallen Kingdom” (8/2) and “Free
Willy” (8/9). Check the PP&R
Facebook page for reschedul-
ing. (541-276-8100). Fridays,
Aug. 2 & 9.
TRIATHLON, 9 a.m.,
Hermiston Family Aquatic
Center. Come watch local
youngsters run, bike, and
swim in this fun and casual
event. Athletes participate in
age categories of 4-6 years
and 7-12 years and everyone
gets a prize. (541-289-7665). Satur-
day, Aug. 3.
MELON FEST, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Downtown Hermiston, Festival Street.
Seed spitting and melon eating con-
tests will be part of this celebration
of watermelons. Come enjoy street
vendors and live music at this free
event. (541-667-5026.) Saturday,
FREE FOR ALL, 9:30-10:15
a.m. Pendleton Center for the
Arts, 214 N. Main St., Pend-
leton. Free drop-in art project
class for children up to age 12. Children
under 8 should be accompanied by an
FREE FIRST SATURDAY, all day,
Heritage Station Museum, 108 S. W. Frazer
Ave., Pendleton. Free admission. (541-276-
0012). First Saturdays.
SAGE SATURDAY, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m,
SAGE Center, 101 Olson Road, Boardman.
Free admission for parents and kids. (541-
481-7243). Second Saturdays.
TOY TIME, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Umatilla
Public Library, 700 6th Street. All ages
are welcome to play with Legos and Keva
plank building toys. (541-922-5704).
SATURDAY CRAFTS FOR KIDS, 10:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Hermiston Public Library,
235 E. Gladys Ave. Free craft projects
for children in the 5th grade and younger.
BROADWAY BLOCK PARTY, 1 to 8
p.m., East Broadway Ave., Milton-Freewa-
ter. The day starts with a 5K fun walk/run,
and continues with food trucks, live music,
bounce houses and other activities for kids.
See page 11 for details. (541-938-5575).
Saturday, Aug. 10.
SUMMER STORY TIME, 2 p.m., Pend-
leton Public Library, 502 SW Dorion Ave.
Bring the youngsters for stories, songs and
crafts with Ms. Brittany. For all ages; no
registration needed. (541-966-0380).
END OF SUMMER PARTY WITH
A PRINCESS, 3 p.m., Pendleton Public
Library, 502 SW Dorion Ave. Celebrate the
fun of summer reading with a princess who
loves books and libraries. For youngsters of
all ages; no registration needed. (541-966-
0380). Saturday, Aug. 3.
UMATILLA COUNTY FAIR KICK-OFF
PARADE, 6:30 p.m., starts on Main Street,
ends on Highland Ave., Hermiston. The fair
runs Aug. 6-10, but the parade gets things
off to an early start. This year’s theme is
“Strong Roots & Cowboy Boots.“ Details:
day, Aug. 3.
SPECIAL NEEDS OPEN GYM, 12:30
to 1 p.m., Pendleton Recreation Center,
510 S.W. Dorion Ave., Pendleton. Free for
special needs children and families. (541-
UMATILLA SAGE RIDERS PLAY DAY,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., USR arena, 81907 N.
Hwy. 395, Hermiston. Monthly play days
include several events such as barrels,
poles, and others depending on weather.
Spectators welcome. (541-561-0695).
Sunday, Aug. 25.