Lots of happenings in Pedee area.
We’re right in the middle of homecoming week at Western Oregon University, with good things going on every day.
*Memory screening clinic set Thursday*Dallas Lions Club benefit scheduled*MBA fundraiser set at Burgerville*Storybook pumpkin entries due soon*MICC Spooktacular Bingo is Saturday*Aquatic center has youth event slated*Chocolate fair set at Spirit Mountain*River Gallery plans 16th birthday event*New area orchestra seeking members*Fundraiser for local family set Tuesday*Hospital volunteers planning book fair
The Itemizer-Observer will publish on Oct. 29 a master guide of holiday fair events taking place in Polk County.
Womer Cemetery is being expanded.
Halloween and Thanksgiving décor are everywhere, which means that Christmas advertising is only a moment away.
Hebes provide fall, winter color
Several small-leaved Hebe cultivars that are hardy west of the Cascades have beautiful and unusual foliage. Some are commonly sold in the Pacific Northwest.
*Multicultural fair slated Wednesday*Monmouth seniors plan soup, pie sale*Library schedules events for adults*Driver safety class slated for Saturday*Craft supplies sale set at senior center*Taco feed, auction benefit scheduled*Fiddlers to perform at Falls City event*Pioneer cemeteries topic of gathering*Rogue is throwing a 'pumpkin party'*Gospel bluegrass group to perform
Mulching: It’s like tucking your garden into bed for cold months
It’s time to put that garden to bed for the winter so it will be prime to plant again come spring.
Western Oregon’s annual Smith Fine Arts Series brings world-class artists to Polk County to perform
This year’s Edgar H. Smith Fine Arts Series promises another season of world-class performances in Monmouth at Western Oregon University.
*Politics is subject of Western exhibit*New exhibit opens at Ash Creek gallery*'Apple Festival' on tap at Brunk House*Bambinos benefit slated for Friday*Grange schedules Sunday breakfast*State poet laureate to appear at WOU*Multicultural fair coming to library
VanElverdinghe - 60th
Robert and Gloria VanElverdinghe of Dallas celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.