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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL July 8, 2015 11B
C ALENDAR C HOICES
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T HURSDAY
8 a.m.: Chamber of Commerce
Greeters Breakfast. Chamber
members welcome new business
to Cottage Grove and assist in
networking. Fundraise for vari-
ous purposes. Meet at Village
Green Resort Restaurant. Info:
Amanda 541-942-7300
9-10 a.m.: Adult Ukulele Class.
Free at CG Library with Nolene.
Ukuleles provided.
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. Call in discussion
show - various topics/guests.
541-942-5548
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 through various
activities. All adults welcome.
Info: http://www.facebook.com/
creswellover40
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.
4-6 p.m.: Ping Pong. Free at CG
Community Center Reception
Hall, 700 E. Gibbs Ave.
5:15-6:15 p.m.: TLC Community
Kitchen. Free. Trinity Lutheran
Church, 675 S. 7th. Doors Open
5 pm. Info: 541-942-2373.
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. Open to the Public.
At the Fire Station, 80287 Old
Lorane Rd. Info: 541-942-1233.
8 p.m.: Movies at the Village
Green Resort. “Fast Time
at Ridgemont High, rated R.
Admission: Adults $3; children
11-3 years old $1; Children 2
and under free. Concessions:
limited food menu, popcorn and
candy available for purchase,
along with beer, wine and soda.
*Movies subject to change.
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F RIDAY
All-Day Adventure for Youth 7-12
Years. Stop by CG Library, 700
E. Gibbs Ave., to sign up prior
to event and to get more info.
There will be biking, swimming,
kayaking, canoeing, art and food
at Mt. Pisgah Arboretum. Info:
541-942-3828
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. For ages 0-6 (w/
parental supervision) to listen
to stories and participate in age
appropriate fun.
12:15 p.m.: Rosie the Riveter
Meeting. Adult Activity Center,
315 W. ‘C’ St., Springfield. Any
woman who contributed to the
war effort during WWII is wel-
come to come and share your
stories. For more info, call 541-
942-5877 or 541-942-2894.
1 p.m.: Dorena Grange #835
Meeting. Dorena Grange, 34360
Row River Road. Public invited.
Gates - 4 p.m.; Qualifying - 5:30
p.m.; Racing - 6:45 p.m. Info:
www.cottagegrovespeedway.
com/fan-info/default.aspx
8 p.m.: Movies at the Village
Green Resort. See Friday listing
for detail.
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S ATURDAY
8 a.m. Buckaroo Breakfast.
Cottage Grove Rodeo Grounds.
Info: Cottage Grove Rodeo
Facebook page.
8:30-10:30 a.m.: 5th Annual
Elementary Triathlon. At
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
listing for detail.
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. Cottage
Grove Library. Tween and Teens
listing for detail.
9-10 a.m.: Children 8+ Ukulele
Class. Free at CG Library with
Nolene. Ukuleles provided.
10:30 a.m.-noon: Parkinson’s
Disease Support Group of Lane
County. Free at Westminster
Presbyterian Church, 777 Coburg
Rd., Eugene. Info: 541-345-2988
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.
1 p.m.: Breast Cancer Support
Group. Support group for
women who have had a diagno-
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Info: Joe Snook 541-942-4733
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.
5-6 p.m.: Stand for Peace/Occupy
CG. Rally in the Community
Square, 7th and Main Streets.
5:30 p.m.: 67th Annual Cottage
Grove NPRA Rodeo. Kids
events first then Grand Entry
at 7 p.m. Dance follows rodeo.
Adults $14; Kids (6-12) $9.
After 9 p.m. for dance only $5.
Parking at gate is $3. Tickets at
Schweitzer’s Western Wear and
Sears in CG, Country Farm and
Ranch Supply in Creswell and
Classy Cowgirl in Springfield.
Info: 541-767-2472
6:30 p.m.: Celebrate Recovery.
Christ centered recovery program
for hurts, habits and hang-ups. At
Calvary Chapel Cottage Grove.
Harvey Epperson, Ministry
leader 541-520-8071.
6:30-8 p.m.: Gospel Sing-Along.
Old Time Gospel Fellowship,
103 S. 5th St. Anyone who
enjoys singing the old time
Gospel songs is welcome. Info:
Berneda 541-942-3773
6:45 p.m.: Mark Howard
Memorial Modified Nationals
at CG Speedway. Opening
times: Pit Gates - 2 p.m.; Front
Warren H. Daugherty Aquatic
Center, 8th and Taylor
9:30 a.m.: STAR (Star Touring
& Riding) Meeting. Chapter
#339. At Cottage Grove Yamaha.
A Family-oriented, safe riding
group that enjoys riding, meeting
people, and sponsoring a local
children’s charity. Info: 541-228-
6695 or 541-942-3335. www.
startouring.org
5 p.m.: Movies at the Village
Green Resort. See Friday listing
for detail.
5:30 p.m.: 67th Annual Cottage
Grove NPRA Rodeo. See Friday
listing for detail.
6:45 p.m.: Mark Howard
Memorial Modified Nationals
at CG Speedway. See Friday
listing for detail.
8 p.m.: Movies at the Village
Green Resort. See Friday listing
for detail.
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S UNDAY
2 p.m.: South Lane Amateur
Radio Assoc. Masonic Hall,
33322 Row River Rd.. Meeting
and information. Free to attend.
Info: Mona 541-953-0274
5-6 p.m.: “Sunday Supper”. Free
supper and brown bag meal to
take. Cottage Grove Community
Center. Volunteers encouraged.
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
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T UESDAY
M ONDAY
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
9-10 a.m.: KNND 1400 AM
Beeper Show. See Thursday’s
sis of breast cancer. For more
information and location, call
Shelia at 541-942-2309.
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
4-5 p.m.: CG Youth Choir.
Students age 12-16 may join.
Rehearsals at First Presbyterian
Church. Call Joanna Newton
541-942-4550 to audition and
register.
5-7 p.m.: Spaghetti Feed. All you
can eat spaghetti, salad, garlic
bread. $6/adult; $3/kids. At
American Legion Hall, 826 W.
Main St. Proceeds to scholar-
ships.
5:15-6:15 pm: TLC Community
Kitchen. Free. Trinity Lutheran
Church, 675 S. 7th. Doors Open
5 pm. Info: 541-942-2373.
5:30-7 p.m.: Willamette Valley
Trichotillomania Support
Group. Free Peer Support
Group. For all who are affected
by Trichotillomania, an impulse
control disorder. Meets at a pri-
vate residence. Info: Teresa, 541-
767-1730 or email: willamet-
tevalleytrich@yahoo.com
6 p.m.: Economic and Business
Improvement District (EBID)
Meeting. At Community Center,
Shepherd Room, 700 E. Gibbs
Ave. Info: George Devine 541-
942-1301
6:30-8:30 p.m.: Friends of Mount
David. Meets at CG Museum
Admin. Offices, corner of H and
Birch. Info: 541-942-4269.
6:30-11 p.m.: Open Mic Night
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
invited to play board games. Play
available ones at library or bring
some from home.
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.: Spanish Story-time. At
Cottage Grove Library, 700 E.
Gibbs Ave.
6:30-7 p.m.: Parents Connect.
Fun-filled hour of story-time
and literacy activities, songs and
crafts. In English and Spanish.
For you and your children aged
up to 6 years old to enjoy books
at the library with support from
S. Lane School District Family
Resource Center. Library is
located at 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.: NAMI. Friends and family
free support group at Healing
Matrix, 632 Main St. Info: 541-
214-1473.
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.
7 p.m.: CG City Council. City
Hall, 400 Main St. Info: 541-
942-5501.
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: 541-225-7061.
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.
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.
for Musicians - Benefits Habitat
for Humanity. FREE at Axe
and Fiddle, hosted by Roger
Kahane, 942-3878. Donations go
to Habitat for Humanity. Help
build affordable housing for
lower-income families. 6:30-Sign
up; 7:00-11:00 Music.
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
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
and caseworkers available to help
veterans connect to resources
and benefits. Info: 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.
Students ages 6-11. Rehearsals
held at First Presbyterian
Church. No audition necessary.
Call Joanna Newton for registra-
tion information 541-942-4550.
4-8 p.m. Bohemia Public Market
Summer Bazaar. Pizza, ice
cream, tacos, baked goods,
coffee and espresso, pie, farm
fresh produce, free range eggs,
flea market finds, artisan crafts,
more! At 10th and Washington.
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.
6:30 -8 p.m.: Concert in the
Park. “Fret Boys” - classic rock
music. Free at Bohemia Park
Amphitheater.
7-8:30 p.m.: NAMI Connection.
See Friday’s listing for detail.
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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.