Community Calendar for May 10
Community notebook for May 3
Brown and bare spots on lawns in western Oregon – some spanning large areas – are the result of a heavier-than-usual crane fly outbreak.
We’ve turned the calendar page to the brand-spanking merry month of May, which promises to bring flowers and sunshine and many outdoor programs, and we’re all wishing on stars and dandelion fuzz and four-leaf clovers that we can finally get outdoor projects underway, especially in our rain-soaked vegetable garden beds.
Betty Forry, our favorite 104-year-old, passed away on April 21.
The Dallas Public Library hosts an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project facilitated by former Dallas resident Manuel Padilla titled “The Space Between Us,” in Thursday at 7 p.m.
Library Calendar for April 26
Volunteer opportunities list for April 26
Community Calendar for April 19
During a rainier-than-usual winter and spring, moss eagerly invaded lawns and made itself at home.
Poets and song writers have extolled the wonders of Paris in the springtime for generations now, and sipping champagne from a café located within the Eiffel Tower is something never to be forgotten.
Steve and Audrey Cameron visited son James’ house in Milwaukie and attended granddaughter Eliana’s school program.
Community Calendar April 12
These Polk County groups would welcome individuals who have time or expertise to volunteer. Organizations that would like to be added to this list should call 503-623-2373 or email IOnews@polkio.com.
No matter how muddy the spring, it’s time to slip on your boots and gloves and take care of blackberries and raspberries.