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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2016
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Saturday, Feb. 6
F RIENDS OF L IBRARY BOOK SALE
A large selection of books will be
available at the Friends of the Library
two-day book sale Saturday, Feb. 6,
and Sunday, Feb. 7, in the Bromley
Room of the Siuslaw Public Library.
The sale will be from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. each day.
Many books of all kinds will be on
sale. Hardback and trade paperbacks
will be $1 and pocket paperbacks are
Cash, checks, credit and debit cards
All proceeds of the sale are used to
support the Siuslaw Public Library and
For more information, e-mail
F LORENCE D EMS TO MEET
The Florence Area Democratic Club
will meet at 11 a.m. in the Port of
Siuslaw meeting room, 100 Harbor St.
There will be a presentation and dis-
cussion of the role of social media in
promoting voter registration and partic-
ipation in elections.
Tuesday, Feb. 9
P ROSTATE CANCER INFO , SUPPORT
The Us TOO Florence Prostate
Cancer Education and Support Group
meets at the Presbyterian Church of the
Siuslaw, 3996 Highway 101, from 5 to
With the presence of urologist Dr.
Bryan Mehlhaff and prostate cancer
survivors and their loved ones, Us
TOO Florence is an excellent source of
This month’s showcase will take
prostate cancer information. Bring
questions and get answers, or just come place at 6 p.m. at the Florence
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship,
to listen and learn.
87738 Highway 101.
Call Bob Horney at 541-999-4239
Sing-along sheets with select classi-
for more information.
cal favorites will be handed out so the
audience can join in the fun.
Wednesday, Feb. 10
For more information visit www.
florenceuuf.org or call 541-997-2840.
L ECTURE SERIES ON R EVOLUTION
Learn more about the American
Revolution in a six-week session as
Friday, Feb. 12
part of the Lane Community College
Florence’s Adult Continuing Education W OMEN V ETS LUNCHEON
The February luncheon for the
Coastal Women Veterans group will be
The class will meet from 1:30 to 3
held at Ichiban Restaurant, 1179
p.m. on Wednesdays through March
Highway 101, at 11:30 a.m.
16, in Room 103 of the LCC Florence
All military women are invited and
Center, 3149 Oak St.
encouraged to attend.
The class will feature lectures by an
RSVP to email JoAnn Garlington at
American history scholar as part of The
Great Courses series. Discussion, facil- email@example.com or call 541-590-
itated by Craig McMicken and Martha 5118.
Lehr, will follow.
To register or for more information,
L OVE OF A NIMALS AT FEC
visit lanecc.edu/florence or call 541-
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the
Florence Events Center (FEC), 715
Quince St., there will be a reception to
P RUNING 101
benefit the Florence Area Humane
Laurel Bay Gardens owner Lisa
All pets are welcome on a leash and
Sedlacek gives tips on pruning to the
admission is free with a donation of a
Florence Garden Club. The Northwest
package or can of dog or cat food.
coastal environment poses challenges
There will be a Valentine-themed
for growing and pruning, and Sedlacek
will inform attendees on the how, what, photo booth where visitors can have
their pet’s photo taken for $5, compli-
when and why.
mentary refreshments and raffle tickets
The presentation will be held at 1
p.m., at the Presbyterian Church of the sold to win an oil portrait of your pet.
While enjoying the event, Gallery
Siuslaw, 3996 Highway 101.
One will feature photographs of ani-
mals up for adoption at the FAHS, as
C ABARET TO FOCUS ON LOVE
well as artwork creations of animals by
The Starlight Cabaret, a bi-monthly
celebration of local musical talent, will local artists.
The event is sponsored by the
host “Moonlight and Love Songs” with
Friends of FEC, the FEC Gallery
tunes to appeal to all ages.
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.
, and 10
Quality Work Clothing
Prison Blues • Big Bills
Boots: Whites • Hoffman
Hathorn • Danner • Muck
399 Nopal St. • Florence • Next to Pro Lumber
S ECOND S ATURDAY A RT T OUR
Enjoy the Second Saturday Gallery
Tour in two distinct art-focused regions
From 3 to 5 p.m. on the second
Saturday of each month, enjoy great
art, meet artists, attend receptions with
refreshments, experience live entertain-
ment and interact with fellow patrons
of the arts.
For more information and a list of
participants, visit www.2nd
‘S HARE YOUR H EART ’ FOR CROW
Children’s Repertory of Oregon
Workshops (CROW) will once again
celebrate the magic of youth perform-
ing arts through a lively fundraising
party entitled “Share Your Heart,”
beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Florence
Events Center, 715 Quince St. Doors
will open at 6 p.m.
Sweethearts, singles, friends and sup-
porters are encouraged to join the fun
at this Valentine’s Day themed event.
Children will sing songs from the heart
and guests will be invited to participate
in a unique silent auction, live auctions,
dessert auction and games such as the
“Kissing Booth” and a brand new
“Heart Breaker” — all while support-
ing local kids in the arts.
To reserve a seat or table, call the
Florence Events Center at 541-997-
1994, or visit www.eventcenter.org.
For more information about CROW,
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
498 Hghway 101, St. B
Formerly Studio W the Salon
490 Hwy. 101 • Florence
Where great friends and good food meet!
Old Fashioned Car Hop Service
1690 Hwy. 101, Florence
The original A&W Drive-in opened in 1961
New Construction & Remodels
24 Hour S ERVICE A VAILABLE
1555 Highway 101
21st and Highway 101
Veteran Owned & Operated
Jim & Bonnie Johnston, Owners
2530 Hwy. 101, Florence • 541-997-4505
Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
Hours: M-F 9am-6pm • Sat 9am-3pm
Let us cater
your special events!
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
Maximize your donation by donating
to Cars for a Cause by Dec. 31st.
We accept cars, trucks, RVs, boats
& motorcycles CALL NOW!
W HO Y
Th e Barber Station
(Diagonal from McDonald’s)
Phil’s Saw Shop
Saturday, Feb. 13
MARINE & EQUIPMENT SALES
We buy, sell and consign quality
Gold, silver, platinum jewelry with
precious & semi precious stones.
Committee and the FAHS.
All proceeds from this reception will
go to the FAHS.
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
148 Maple St. • PO Box 10 • Florence, OR 97439
(541) 997-3441 • Fax (541) 997-7979
St. Vincent de Paul
2315 Hwy. 101 • Florence • 541-997-8460
New computer sales • Repairs • Upgrades
Spyware & Virus Removal • Tune-Ups
Used Computers and Laptops • DSL • Cable
We Come To Your Home or Business.
85276 S H WY 101 • F LORENCE
Family Owned & Operated
Davison Auto Parts
4480 Hwy. 101, Florence
1525 12th St. Suite #5, (541)997-0700
your business here.
Call us TODAY! Space is limited.