If you want to know when to prune roses or if a bloated can of tomatoes will make you sick, the Oregon State University Extension Service can help.
The 50th annual Monmouth Independence Community Awards Banquet will be Friday, March 13, at 5:30 p.m.
*Work of watercolor artists on display*Painting workshop offered in Falls City*Benefit rummage sale set at church*Spring book sale slated for weekend*Monthly breakfast fundraiser on tap*Driver safety class slated for Saturday*Rick's Place Coffee to mark milestone*Sunday breakfast planned at grange*Movie night even will benefit library*Tuesday discussion on brain, memory
DHS winter play production includes a little hometown touch
Even a simple life is worth living to the fullest, “every minute.”
The road to love can be fast and simple, or it can be long and rocky.
Wait before planting vegetable garden
“One of the biggest mistakes people make is to plant too early,” said Weston Miller, a horticulturist with Oregon State University’s Extension Service.
*Rose maintenance demonstration set*Local church slates fundraising event*Workshop to offer garden prep tips*Chili cooks sought for upcoming event
If you have questions or concerns regarding vaccinations, call 211 for more information.
Be prepared in case of a cold snap
There are still more than two months until April 15, when you can, on average, count on saying goodbye to frost, according to Al Shay, a horticulture professor at Oregon State University.
*Lent discussion series kicks off*Youth classes set at Extension office*Driver safety class slated for Saturday*Poultry swap meet due at fairgrounds*Relay for Life sets vendor fair benefit*Author will discuss Oregon during war*Free baby shower slated on Saturday*Gallery set to host reading on Sunday
For anyone interested in the art, Kovash will hold a beginning quilter’s class at the Pedee Women’s Club clubhouse in Pedee on Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. It is the first of a series of classes to be offered on the third Wednesday of the month at the clubhouse.
Packs of families will converge on Western Oregon University’s campus Friday through Sunday for WOU’s Family Weekend Getaway.
Community awards banquet Friday
This year, there were plenty of people Dallas residents considered worthy of the recognition.
*Artists will display favorites at exhibit*Ice cream social fundraiser on tap*Sweetheart Dance planned for Friday*Electronics swap meet set Saturday*Extension offering activities for youths*Valentine's square dance set Saturday*String quartet will perform on Sunday*Pancake dinner set for Shrove Tuesday*Vendors sought for 'Relay' event
*Native plant sale slated in Rickreall*Monthly breakfast fundraiser on tap*Sunday breakfast planned at grange*Orchestra recital scheduled Monday*Parenting seminar scheduled in Dallas*Demonstration of grape pruning set*New pastor joins Salt Creek church