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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL May 13, 2015 9B
C ALENDAR C HOICES
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T HURSDAY
8 a.m.: Chamber of Commerce
Greeters Breakfast. Chamber
members welcome new busi-
ness to Cottage Grove and assist
in networking. Fundraise for
various causes. Meet at Village
Green Resort Restaurant. Info:
Amanda 541-942-7300
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. Call in discussion
show - various topics/guests.
541-942-5548
9-11:30 a.m.: MOPS (Mothers of
Preschoolers). Open to all moms
of children ages birth to kinder-
garten and free childcare pro-
vided. At First Baptist Church,
6th and Jefferson. Info: Amber
541-942-6089
10 a.m.: NAMI. At Jack Sprats on
Main St. Info: 541-343-7688
10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Creswell’s Over-
40 Social Club. At Creswell
Community Center, 99 S. 1st
St. Meet friends and socialize
through various activities. Adults
welcome. Info: http://www.face-
book.com/creswellover40
10:30-11:30 a.m.: Sing Along.
At CG Community Center, 700
E. Gibbs Ave. Bring voices
and travel down memory lane
with songs from 1880’s through
1980’s. Pianist Doug Trappen
will lead.
11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Closet at 6th and
Gibbs. Church of Christ 6th and
Gibbs, with Lane Pregnancy
Support Center, offer diapers and
maternity, infant and other cloth-
ing sizes as supplies allow.
Noon: CG Rotary Club. Stacy’s
Covered Bridge Restaurant, 401
E. Main. Info: 541-942-9489.
Noon: Lions Club. Stacy’s
Covered Bridge Restaurant, 401
E. Main. Info: 541-767-0320.
5:15-6:15 p.m.: TLC Community
Kitchen. Free. Trinity Lutheran
Church, 675 S. 7th. Doors Open
5 pm. Info: 541-942-2373.
6:30-8 p.m.: Living Well with
Chronic Conditions. Leslie
Gilbert, Living Well Program
Coordinator for LCOG’s Senior
& Disability Services, will
present an overview of this free
program. At South Lane Mental
Health, 1345 Birch Ave.
6:30 p.m.: SLCF&R Board
Meeting. Work session first half
hour. Meeting at 7 p.m. at 55 S.
1st St., Creswell.
7-9 p.m.: Hearing Loss Assoc. of
Lane County. Hilyard Center,
2589 Hilyard, Eugene. The
Mission of the Hearing Loss
Association is to open the world
of communication to people
with hearing loss by providing
information, education, support
and advocacy. Meet 2nd Thurs.
of ea. mo. .Info: Linda Diaz 541-
790-1290.
7:30 p.m.: Lorane Rural Fire
Protection District Board
Meeting. Budget discussion.
Open to the Public. At the Fire
Station, 80287 Old Lorane Rd.
Info: 541-942-1233.
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F RIDAY
8 a.m.: All Professionals Network.
A referral organization designed
to increase business among its
members. A fun proactive group
that is interested in the future
growth and development of busi-
ness in Cottage Grove. Meets in
Shepherd Room at the Cottage
Grove Community Center.
Donuts & Coffee served. $25
annual dues. Info: Laura Harmon
541-870-1681.
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
listing for detail.
10:30 a.m.: Story Time for Tots.
CG Library. Ages 0-6 recom-
mended (w/parental supervision)
9681
8-11 p.m.: “The Return of Era
Coda”. At Opal Center, 513 E.
Main St. www.opalcentercg.org
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S ATURDAY
10 a.m.: CG Historical Society
Program. Topic: The Lea House.
CG Community Center, 700 E.
Gibbs. Anyone interested in our
area’s history is welcome.
Noon: Wellness Day Celebration.
At South Lane Mental Health,
1345 Birch Ave. Info: 541-
942-3939. Events: 12-4 p.m.
and organist/music director of
the church. Free and open to
public. Offering will be taken for
this summer’s Music Camp.
5-6 p.m.: “Sunday Supper”. Free
supper and brown bag meal to
take. Cottage Grove Community
Center. Volunteers encouraged
to help.
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M ONDAY
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
listing for detail.
to enjoy books at the library with
support from S. Lane School
District Family Resource Center.
Library: 700 E. Gibbs, Ave.
6:30-8 p.m.: Women’s Support
Group. Call Womenspace
for location, 541-767-3879.
Womenspace Crisis Line 24/7 is
541-485-6513.
7 p.m.: Overeaters Anonymous.
First Presbyterian Church, 216 S.
3rd St. Enter on 3rd St. No dues,
fees or weigh-ins. Info: Saunders
541-942-5883.
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DR. JONATHAN BACKER
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1551 E. Main
Cottage Grove, OR
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“Creating Smiles
That Last A
Lifetime”
www.drjonathanbacker.com
to listen to stories and participate
in fun filled age appropriate fun.
1-4 p.m.: Pinochle Playing. All
ages men and women at Senior
Center in CG Community
Center, 700 E. Gibbs. Any level
of player. Info: 541-942-3694
1:30-3 p.m.: NAMI Connection.
At Healing Matrix, 632 Main
St. Support group program for
people living with mental health
issues and is operated by peers
for peers. Info: 541-343-7688
5 p.m.: Friday Meal. Free at
Church of God 6th & Gibbs.
5 p.m.: VFW Pork Loin Dinner.
Public and families always wel-
come. VFW Post #3473, 3160
Hillside Dr. Includes entrée,
salad, dessert, beverage. Adults
$8, Kids 6-17 $3, 5 and under
free. Handicap accessible. Drug,
Smoke and Alcohol Free. Info:
John Landon 541-946-3888
5-6 p.m.: Stand for Peace/Occupy
CG. Rally in the Community
Square, 7th and Main Streets.
5-8 p.m.: Third Friday Steak
Feed. Cottage Grove Elks Lodge,
755 N. River Rd. Menu includes:
Grilled Steak, Baked Potato,
Veggies, Salad, Roll and Dessert.
Adults $9 Info: 541-942-3554
5:30-8 p.m.: The Beat Goes On!
Dorena School, 37141 Row
River Rd. Celebration and fund-
raiser. With music by The Men
from S.U.R.F. Food sponsored
by Lane Electric. Fun family
activities, silent auction, plant
and book sales All welcome.
6:30 p.m.: London Grange #937
Meeting. London Grange, 72746
London Road. Public invited.
Info: Dennis Chapman 541-942-
Labyrinth Walk; 12-1 p.m.
Lifting Spirits Through Music;
1-2 p.m. Yoga; 2-3 p.m.
Therapeutic Storytelling; 2-4
p.m. Art and Video Games Can
Be Therapeutic & Fun; 3-4 p.m.
Cooking & Gardening Activities.
2 p.m.: Habitat for Humanity
Family Selection Orientation
and Application Meeting. At
CG Community Center, 700 E.
Gibbs. See how you can become
a “partner family” Info: 541-767-
0358 or info@habitatcg.org
6:45 p.m.: Armed Forces Night
at CG Speedway. Military
admission $5. Opening times:
Pit Gates - 2 p.m.; Front Gates
- 4 p.m.; Qualifying - 5:30 p.m.;
Racing - 6:45 p.m. Info: www.
cottagegrovespeedway.com/fan-
info/default.aspx
7-9 p.m.: Open Jam. At Sonrise
Christian Church, 1300 Irvington
Dr., Eugene. No charge, bring
your instruments, voices, or just
listen. Refreshments available.
Info: Vivian 541-689-3335
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S UNDAY
8-11 a.m.: Masonic Center
Breakfast, 33322 Row River
Rd. Adults $6; Kids Free. OR
bring a can or box of non-perish-
able food (given to Community
Sharing) and get $1 off of the
price. Info: 541-942-2353.
4 p.m.: Organ Concert. At First
Presbyterian Church with
Natascha Reich, graduate teach-
ing fellow at the Univ. of Oregon
Beginners & Intermediate Yoga
CG Community Center, 7th &
Gibbs
Info: Jane L. Guerber 541-942-
5876 Wed.: 6 pm $5/session
Cottage Grove Therapy Pool
Aquatic Exercise Classes
Community Center, 7th & Gibbs.;
Info: Teresa 541-942-1185
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
listing for detail.
11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Adventist
Community Services. See
Thursday’s listing for detail.
1-3 p.m.: Creswell’s Over-40
Social Club. See Thursday’s list-
ing for detail.
3 p.m.: Veterans Support
Services. Reps and caseworkers
from the VA available to help
veterans connect to resources and
benefits. At Healing Matrix, 632
E. Main St. Info: 541-767-3707
3-4 p.m.: Alzheimer’s Caregiver
Support Group. Willamalane
Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C
St., Springfield. Info: Molly 541-
746-9703
4-5 p.m.: CG Youth Choir.
Students age 12-16. Rehearsals
at First Presbyterian Church. Call
Joanna Newton 541-942-4550 to
audition and register.
5:15-6:15 pm: TLC Community
Kitchen. Free. Trinity Lutheran
Church, 675 S. 7th. Doors Open
5 pm. Info: 541-942-2373.
6-7:30 p.m.: ACES Family
Group. Support group for fam-
ily and friends of chemically
addicted or abusing individuals.
Activities provided for children.
At Aces Counseling Center, 1551
E. Main St. Info: 541-767-3057.
7 p.m.: CG Recreation Assoc.
Meeting. Regular meeting of the
CGR board of directors at 1440
S. 8th St. Info: 541-942-3079.
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W EDNESDAY
DRUG and ALCOHOL groups
EXERCISE and FUN
8:30-9:30 am Mon.-Fri.;
KIDS CLUB
South Lane School District grades 3:00-4:00 pm Tues. & Thurs.;
11:00 am-12 pm Sat.
1-5. After school to 6 p.m.
Mon-Fri on regular school
Daugherty Aquatic Center
days.
Supervised play, homework help 1440 S. 8th St., 541-942-5533
and snack. Cost $50/month. Call for public hours, lap swim
hours, family swim hours
Info: 541-359-6794
and costs.
Partial scholarships available.
Shallow Water Aerobics
Daugherty Aquatic Center
Yoga - Community Center
Mon, Wed, Fri 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Mon. 6-7:30 p.m.; Fri 10-11:30
Call 541-942-5585 for more info
a.m. $5 drop in, first class
and cost - first session free.
free. Info 541-554-6796
11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Closet at 6th and
Gibbs. See Thursday’s listing for
detail.
12:45 p.m.: Bingo. Reception
Room at Community Center, 700
Gibbs. Public welcome. 5 cents
per card per game
1-4 p.m.: Pine Needle Basketry.
Instruction for making pine nee-
dle baskets for those 12 years
and older. Materials cost depends
on project. At Crafty Mercantile
on Main Street. Info: Pat Easton
541-530-9221
5 p.m.: Teen Games. CG Library.
Tween and Teens invited to play
board games. Play available ones
at library or bring some from
home. Bring a friend or two!
5-6:30 p.m.: Community Dinner.
First Methodist Church, 334
Washington Ave. Adults $5.
Children free. Info: 541-942-
3033
6:30 p.m.: Reading With Rover.
At CG Library sponsored
by Humane Society of CG.
Elementary children have a
chance to read to therapy dogs.
Goal of program is to create a
positive, non-threatening and fun
environment for young readers.
6:30 p.m.: CG 912 Project.
Speaker: A representative of
Parents’ Rights in Education.
Meeting open to public and
free to attend. Stacy’s Covered
Bridge Restaurant Conference
Room, 401 E. Main St. Info:
cg912project@gmail.com
6:30-7 p.m.: Parents Connect.
Story-time and literacy activi-
ties, songs and crafts. In English
and Spanish. For you and your
children aged up to 6 years old
Thursday
Sunday
6:30 p.m.: AA Meeting- Rush Hour. Open
Meeting. At CG Community Center, 700
Gibbs Ave.
6:30 p.m.: Al-Anon Meeting. At CG Community
Center, 700 Gibbs Ave. Info: 541-554-7994
or 541-510-4228
7 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous Book Study. Open
Meeting. At Knights of Columbus, 1025 N.
19th St. Contact: 541-767-0906.
Noon: AA Meeting. At Knights of Columbus,
1025 N. 19th St.
6 p.m.: AA Meeting - New Beginners. CG
Comm. Center, 700 Gibbs Ave.
7:15 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous. Book study.
At CG Community Center, back room,700
Gibbs Ave.
Friday
7 p.m.: Nar-A-Non Family Meeting. CG Comm.
Center, 700 Gibbs Ave. For family and
friends of addicts.
7 p.m.: AA Meeting- No Name Group. At
Knights of Columbus, 1025 N. 19th St. Info:
541-942-3942.
6:30 p.m.: Celebrate Recovery - At Cavalry
Chapel Cottage Grove, 522 E Whiteaker
Ave. Info: 541-520-8071
7 p.m.: Open AA meeting - Good Medicine
Group. At CG Community Center, 700
Gibbs Ave., in Activity Room. Info: Karen
541-513-5126.
8 p.m.: AA meeting-Gratitude Group. Open
meeting. At Knights of Columbus, 1025 N.
19th St. Info: 541-942-3942.
Saturday
Noon: AA Meeting-Women’s Good Grief Group.
Closed meeting. Open to women alcoholics
only. At Knights of Columbus, 1025 N. 19th
St. Info: 541-942-0647 or 541-510-4228.
8 p.m.: AA Meeting-Open Candlelight Group.
CG Comm. Center, 700 Gibbs Ave. On the
last Sat. of the month - Open AA Speakers
Meeting.
8 p.m.: Al-Anon Meeting-Step Study Group. CG
Comm. Center, 700 Gibbs Ave.
7 a.m.: Kiwanis Club Sunrisers.
Koffee Kup Restaurant, 1241
Hwy 99N.
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
listing for detail.
10 a.m.-Noon: Genealogical
Discussion Group. CG
Community Center, 700 E. Gibbs
Ave.; Free discussion on genea-
logical topics such as: research
strategy, internet research, genea-
logical computing, sources and
more. Contact: 541-942-9570.
10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Lane County
Veterans Services. American
Legion Post, 826 Main St., Reps
can help connect Veterans &
their Dependents to resources
and benefitsInfo: Shannon V.
Johnson 541-682-4191
Noon: Kiwanis Club of CG. El
Tapatio, 725 E. Gibbs Ave. Info:
Cleo Dahlen 541-767-0795.
1-4 p.m.: Pinochle Playing. See
Friday’s listing for detail.
2-3 p.m.: CG Children’s Choir.
Accepting students ages 6-
11. Rehearsals held at First
Presbyterian Church. No audition
necessary. Call Joanna Newton
for registration information 541-
942-4550.
5:30 p.m.: Alzheimer’s &
Dementia Caregivers Support
Group. Middlefield Oaks Senior
Living Community, 1500 Village
Drive. Refreshments served.
Info: 541-767-3943.
6 p.m.: Community Dinner. Free.
Church of the Nazarene, 152 S.
M St. Info: 541-942-4422
6 p.m.: West African Drumming
and Dancing Class. Guinean
Master Drummer, Fode Sylla.
Odd Fellows Hall, 317 Main St.
6 p.m. - Drumming: $10; 7 p.m.
- Dancing: $10. Call to register
or reserve a drum. 541-505-6399
6 p.m.: Preceptor Beta Lambda.
Beta Sigma Phi group – potluck
meeting at Judy’s. Info: 541-942-
1310
6:30-9:30 p.m.: Bingo. Cottage
Grove Elks Lodge, 755 N. River
Rd. Public Welcome. Info: 541-
942-0234
7-8:30 p.m.: NAMI Connection.
See Friday’s listing for detail.
7:30 p.m.: CG Planning
Commission. City Hall, 400 E.
Main St. Info: 541-942-5501.
Monday
Tuesday
Noon: AA Meeting- Noon Group. Big Book
Study meeting. At Knights of Columbus,
1025 N. 19th. Info: 541-942-3942.
6:30 p.m.: Up the River Group. At Dorena
Mercantile. Info: 541-946-1631
7 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous. “A Way Back
to Reality”, open participation. At CG
Community Center, 700 Gibbs Ave.
Wednesday
7 a.m.: AA Open Meeting. At CG Community
Center, 700 Gibbs Ave.
7 p.m.: AA Meeting- Wednesday Night
Beginners. Open meeting. At Knights of
Columbus, 1025 N. 19th St. Info: 541-942-
3942.
WEIGHT LOSS
Tuesday
5 p.m.: Weight Watchers. At Living
Faith Assembly, 467 S. 10th
St. 541-942-2612.
Thursday
10 a.m.: TOPS OR85. Take Off
Pounds Sensibly, a weight-
loss support group. At the
United Methodist Church,
334 Washington Ave., Fireside
Room. Info: Ellen 541-942-
0866 .
5:30 p.m.: TOPS OR969. Take Off
Pounds Sensibly, a weight-
loss support group. Weigh-In:
5:30 pm, Meeting: 6 pm.
Meets at Jefferson Park
Community Room, 325 5th
Street. Info: Elaine 541-942-
8547.
5:30 p.m.: TOPS OR1020
(Creswell). Take Off Pounds
Sensibly, a weight-loss sup-
port group. Weigh-In: 5:30
pm, Meeting: 6 pm. Meets at
Creswell Grange Hall, 298 W.
Oregon Ave. Info: 541-895-
3156.