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Blue Mountain Eagle
The deadline for What’s Happening items is 5 p.m. Friday.
Call the Eagle, 541-575-0710, or email editor@bmeagle.
com. For meetings this week, see our list in the classifieds.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Wednesday, July 24
Grant County Food Bank distribution day
• 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Grant County Food Bank
This month, the food bank has 25 boxes of apples avail-
able. For more information, call 541-575-0299.
Thursday, July 25
Home Run Derby
• 4 p.m., 7th Street Sports Complex, Mosier Field
$10 entry fee for 3 minut es to hit as many HR as pos-
sible. Up to five warm up pitches, bring your own pitcher.
Freshman and below, payouts will go to each grade level.
Girls and boys welcome. For more information, call Tony
Van Cleave at 541-620-2633.
‘May 1887, What Happened?’
• 6 p.m., Canyon City Community Hall
Dr. Chuimei Ho and Dr. Bennet Bronson will lecture
about the events that occurred in May 1887 in Lewiston,
Idaho. Registration is not required. For more information,
call Genevieve Perdue at 541-620-5754 or email her at gen-
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Saturday, July 27
Blue Mountain Healthcare Foundation 18-hole golf
8 a.m., John Day Golf Club
Check-in begins at 8 a.m., tee-off is at 9 a.m. A barbecue
and awards will follow. Entry forms can be found at the golf
course and the downstairs hospital lobby. Teams of four cost
$300 per team or $75 per person, and the price includes din-
ner. Dinner will be available for those who don’t wish to par-
ticipate in the scramble for $25. For more information or for
an entry form, call 541-575-1311, ext. 2213.
Healing Flow yoga
• 9-10:30 a.m., Canyon Mountain Center
This free class is open to the community and will be held
on the last Saturday of each month. It is accessible to all lev-
els of physical conditioning and experience, and ideal for
beginners, athletes, seniors and both pre and post-natal stu-
dents. For more information including schedules and class
descriptions, visit ashleystevickyoga.com, call 406-431-
2802 or email email@example.com.
National Day of the Cowboy community concert
• 6:30 p.m., Prairie City football field
Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with award win-
ning singer-songwriters Brenn Hill and Joni Harms as well
as cowboy poet Andy Nelson. Donations are welcome.
Bring chairs and blankets. All proceeds go to the Interna-
tional Western Music Association Columbia Chapter youth
poetry and music program.
Jenna Knowles, Brenda Venturacci and Sally Knowles
watch as Jessica Knowles putts as they compete in the Blue
Mountain Healthcare Foundation golf scramble fundraiser
Whiskey Gulch Gang Demolition Derby
• 7-9 p.m., Grant County Fairgrounds, Outdoor Arena
The grand prize is $2,000. Entry is $50 for the driver and
one pit crew member. Each additional pit crew member costs
$30 each. For rules or more information, call 541-575-0329
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28
Prairie City Fiber Fest
Workshops, vendors and more than 50 shades of fiber will
be on site for this new event. For more information or vendor
forms, visit prairiecityfiberfest.com.
Jay Colson sells his homemade raspberry jam at the John Day
Farmers Market. Colson said he plans to sell salsa and hot
sauce later in the season. The farmers market is open from
9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays in downtown John Day on Brent
Street off of Main Street.
will be provided. Wear your cowgirl hat. For more informa-
tion, call Joyce at 541-575-1918 or Nancy at 541-575-0243.
Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 3-4
Cinnabar Mountain Playdays youth rodeo
• 8 a.m., Grant County Fairgrounds
Entries begin at 8 a.m. followed by the youth rodeo at 9 a.m.
Event will feature barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying,
dummy roping, keyhole race, flag race and figure 8. Member-
ships are $30 per person or $45 per family and are required
to participate. Entry fees are $2 per event or $10 per day. The
event is open to all children up to the age of 18. For more infor-
mation, contact Emma Winkelman at 541-620-1199, Tiffnie
Schmadeka at 541-620-2881 or Nicole Israel at 541-620-2624.
Friday-Saturday, Aug. 9-10
Tuesday, July 30
Mad Hatters Luncheon
• Noon, home of Nancy Chase, mile post 9 on Hwy 395
S., Canyon City
The Grant County Mad Hatters will be hosted by Joyce
Nodine and Nancy Chase. It will be a potluck, it is requested
that a side dish or salad is brought. Dessert and beverages
• 7-9:30 p.m., Grant County Fairgrounds – Outdoor Arena
$10 admittance fee for 13 and older, $5 for ages 6-12, $2
for seniors 65 and older and children age 6 and under get
in free. The NPRA Rodeo Queens Dance will follow after
Saturdays performance. For more information, call the Fair
Office at 541-575-1900.
Church Services In Grant County
Church of Acts
Tuesdays at 6:30PM
Use Main Entry Front Doors
- Spirit Filled Sabbath Church -
Sabbath School 10 a.m.
Worship Service 11 a.m.
Fellowship dinner after
Wed. Bible Study 2:30 p.m.
Home church at 421 N
McHaley & 2nd, Prairie
City, OR 97869
Brother Kelly, 541-620-4684