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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2015
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A W EEKLY L ISTING OF C OMMUNITY E VENTS IN THE F LORENCE A REA
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with unique foods created by local chefs.
An extensive list of door prizes has been
donated, and there will be a silent auc-
tion that includes art, wine tastings, and
a special collection of themed gift bas-
All proceeds from the event go to pro-
vide scholarships, loans and grants to
women pursuing higher education.
Tickets for the event are $25 and must
be reserved in advance by calling 541-
Saturday, Oct. 17
A DA G RANGE B INGO TONIGHT
Come to the Ada Grange for Bingo
tonight. The kitchen opens at 5 p.m.
Bring friends for fun and good food.
There will be a baked potato bar along
with the regular bingo menu; bingo starts
at 6 p.m.
The Grange is located 10 miles out
For more information, call Nancy 997-2318.
Flatley at 541-997-2380.
R HODY S OCIETY MEETS
M INIATURE HOUSES ON DISPLAY
The Central Coast Miniatures Club of
Florence is will host an exhibit of minia-
ture houses and miniature scenes in the
Bromley Room of the Siuslaw Public
Library from 1 to 5 p.m.
There will be a drawing for the
Modern Loft Apartment house at 3 p.m.
Admission is free.
B OB W ELCH AND F RIENDS
The Siuslaw Chapter of the American
Rhododendron Society meets 4 p.m.
Note that there is a new start time.
Jack Olson will present a program on
The public is invited to come to the
Presbyterian Church of the Siuslaw
3996 Highway 101 in Florence.
For more information, call 541-997-
3082 or visit www.siuslawars.org.
Join author and retired award-winning
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Register-Guard newspaper columnist
Bob Welch at 2 p.m. at the FEC as he
headlines a show celebrating Oregon in G AMES TO BENEFIT V AN F ANS
The Van Fans will hold a card games
stories, songs, images and s’mores.
Eugene Symphony’s Dale Bradley heads and lunch fundraiser at the Florence
a musical trio that will honor the state in Events Center. The event begins at
Ticket price, with or without card
Tickets are still available.
games, is $12 and includes a catered
lunch by Fresh Harvest Café and
PEO HOSTS WINE TASTING
Chapter FQ of the Philanthropic
There will be raffle prizes and other
Educational Organization (PEO) will
sponsor its third annual “Wine, Women,
All proceeds benefit Friends of
and Who Knows What?” wine tasting at
Florence, which transports cancer
the Florence Events Center from 5 to 7
patients every weekday to Eugene and
p.m. The wine tasting will feature five
Springfield for radiation treatments.
wines from Northwest vineyards, paired
For more information or reservations,
Fine Myrtlewood Products
(Gifts for every occasion)
Come see it made. 5 Miles
south of Florence
83530 HWY 101
Open most days:
to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 24
Free oil changes for single mothers
be available from 9:30 a.m. to noon
F RIENDS OF L IBRARY TO MEET
at Florence Church of the Nazarene,
The Friends of the Siuslaw Public
1536 12th Street.
Library (FOL) will hold a board meet-
Refreshments will be served.
ing at 11 a.m. in the Bromley Room.
No deisel vehicles, please.
FOL members and others interested in
supporting the library or learning more
G RANGE FREE A UTUMN D INNER
about the Friends is invited to attend.
Refreshments are provided.
The public is invited to the Mapleton
The purpose of the FOL is to support Grange Hall for its free annual Autumn
the Siuslaw Public Library.
Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Ham will be the
For more information, email Siuslaw main course with various side dishes and
desserts. A limited number of free tick-
ets are available at the Mapleton Church,
the Swisshome Church and various other
P LAY BINGO , HELP B&G C LUB
retail businesses of Mapleton.
Come to the Boys and Girls Club Teen
The Grange Hall is on East Mapleton
Center, 1501 Airport Road, and play
Road, just past the school on the east
bingo while helping raise money for the
side of the street. There will also be an
Boys and Girls Club of Western Lane
open house to allow the public to view
the Grange Hall.
Play 12 games for $35.
Proceeds to the donation jar will be
Early bird games begin at 6 p.m., with
divided between the various Grange pro-
regualr games at 6:30 p.m., followed by
grams and community activities.
Potato bar opens at 5:35 p.m. and costs
A DOPT A DOG FROM W IGGLY T AILS
$3 each while supplies last.
Wiggly Tails Dog Rescue will be at
Cash and prizes will be included.
Mini Pet Mart to host an adoption event
from noon to 3 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 23
Mini Pet Mart is at 2630 Highway 101
FRAA HOSTS GRAND OPENING
The public is invited to the grand
Th e Barber Station
Maximize your donation by donating
to Cars for a Cause by Dec. 31st.
We accept cars, trucks, RVs, boats
& motorcycles CALL NOW!
Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
Hours: M-F 9am-6pm • Sat 9am-3pm
1555 Highway 101
(Diagonal from McDonald’s)
Phil’s Saw Shop
Prison Blues • Big Bills
Boots: Whites • Hoffman
Hathorn • Danner • Muck
399 Nopal St. • Florence • Next to Pro Lumber
Let us cater
your special events!
490 Hwy. 101 • Florence
Where great friends and good food meet!
Commerical • Residential
Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly,
One Time Pick-Up.
Easy curb side recycling program-
No additional costs to our customers.
Call us at 541-997-8233
24 Hour S ERVICE A VAILABLE
St. Vincent de Paul
2315 Hwy. 101 • Florence • 541-997-8460
85276 S H WY 101 • F LORENCE
Family Owned & Operated
New computer sales • Repairs • Upgrades
Spyware & Virus Removal • Tune-Ups
Used Computers and Laptops • DSL • Cable
We Come To Your Home or Business.
Davison Auto Parts
4480 Hwy. 101, Florence
1525 12th St. Suite #5, (541)997-0700
MARINE & EQUIPMENT SALES
We buy, sell and consign quality
Gold, silver, platinum jewelry with
precious & semi precious stones.
New Construction & Remodels
21st and Highway 101
Quality Work Clothing
F REE OIL CHANGE FOR SINGLE MOMS
Thursday, Oct. 22
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Sunday, Oct. 18
opening celebration of the Florence
Regional Arts Alliance’s (FRAA) new
art center and gallery, at 120 Maple St. in
P ORT C OMMISSION TO MEET
The Port of Siuslaw Board of
The grand opening will take place
Commissioners will hold its regular
Friday, Oct. 23, from 4 to 7 p.m., begin-
meeting at 7 p.m., at the Port office,
ning with a ribbon cutting by the
100 Harbor Street.
Florence Chamber of Commerce.
Port meetings are open to the public.
For more information contact the Port
office at 541-997-3426.
call Karen Lee at 541-997-1564.
OREGON COAST’S SUPERSTORE
a Whale of a
Auto, Home, Life, Business
Flood, Antique Auto, RV’s
Medicare Advantage Plans
TWILA & KELLY
• Cut • Color • Perms
Facials and Waxing
Carrying Kenra and Pureology Product lines
Phone (541) 997-9497
1234 Rhododendron Dr / Florence
148 Maple St. • PO Box 10 • Florence, OR 97439
(541) 997-3441 • Fax (541) 997-7979
498 Hghway 101, St. B
Formerly Studio W the Salon
Metal Buildings • Wooden Sheds
Consignment: ATVs, Rvs, Boats, Cars & Trucks
Complete Detail Service:
RVs, Cars, Trucks & Boats
Enclosed/Open Trailers for Sale or Rent
Boat, Motor, Trailer Repair Service
Used Vehicle Sales
Veteran Owned & Operated
Jim & Bonnie Johnston, Owners
2530 Hwy. 101, Florence • 541-997-4505
Old Fashioned Car Hop Service
1690 Hwy. 101, Florence
The original A&W Drive-in opened in 1961
your business here.
Call us TODAY! Space is limited.