Community notebook for March 14
Community calendar for March 14
When British explorer Robert Falcon Scott led his group to the South Pole in early 1912, they found they weren’t the first.
The musical is a depiction of the real story about the Chicken Ranch brothel in La Grange, Texas, closed by a crusading reporter from a Houston television station.
Bleich skis classical style, which puts the skis in grooves in the snow that serve as tracks. Unlike in many other situations, with cross-country skiing, he doesn’t have to move slowly or cautiously.
Kahl Murdock wants young people to know that sports isn’t the only way to be competitive and belong to a team.
I grew up in Hillsboro and moved to Monmouth in 2013, where I attended Western Oregon University, graduating in 2015 with a degree in English/Linguistics and writing.
The fundraiser movie night costs $15 and includes free popcorn and door prizes at a showing of “Wonder,” starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Trembley.
The Dallas Public Library will host Oregon author William Sullivan at 7 p.m. on Thursday.
The public is invited to this free performance.
The restaurant also will donate 10 percent of its sales on March 15, 22 and 29.
The Ash Creek Arts Center’s Second Saturday family art event will feature Fimo Clay Owl Decorations
AARP Tax Aide program will provide tax assistance for seniors, low income and middle income in Dallas and Monmouth through April 13.
The American Legion Post 20 will celebrate the founding of the American Legion 99 years ago.
The Monmouth Public Library’s annual seed library is open.
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