LIFE CELEBRATION for CHIEF GLENN HARMAN

Celebration of Life for our beloved & truly missed Fire Chief

Celebration of Life for our beloved & truly missed Fire Chief

Saturday October 27, 2018 1pm @ Rocky Point Fire Station

Please join us for a day of celebration honoring an amazing leader & friend.  This will be a potluck,break out those great recipes. Glenn loved a gathering and good food always brought a smile to his face.  This will be a great time for stories and memories of our amazing Fire Chief Glenn Harman.

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Regional Calendar updated 6.11.18

AREA EVENTS

Updated 6/12/2018

Submit events for inclusion to rustm@fireserve.net

For regularly-scheduled or recurring events,

Scroll down past the dated specific events

Access event list at

https://chiloquinnews.wordpress.com/events-list/

                                                 May, 2018                       

Every Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day

10 AM – 3 PM

Free train rides Board the miniature train to wander through miles of wonder.  Snack bar & gift shop.  Free rides with donations accepted. Klamath & Western Railroad

36951 S. Chiloquin Rd

Every Saturday June 2 – Oct. 27

9 AM – 1:30 PM

Klamath Falls Farmer’s Market Fresh produce, honey, soaps, handmade items, music, kids’ programs, EBT, and lots more.  Each week is different. 9th St. between Main & Klamath Ave.

541 273-1102

May 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7 & 14 Free cooking classes Eating healthy food can be affordable and delicious. Learn basic cooking and budgeting skills in a free 6-week cooking class for adults.. Participants are encouraged to attend all 6 sessions.

The classes are  highly interactive as participants cook and eat meals together. In addition, participants receive a cookbook and supplies to make recipes at home. Classes are led by trained volunteers.

To register call, e-mail or visit OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center (KBREC), 6923 Washburn Way, patty.case@oregonstate.edu, 541-883-7131, http://oregonstate.edu/dept/kbrec/. This series is sponsored in part by Sky Lakes Medical Center, Friends Church, Klamath Food Bank, OSU KBREC and community volunteers.

Friends Church

1918 Oregon Ave.

June, 2018

June 8, 9, 10, 22, 23, & 24 Field trips for enrollees in the Oregon Master Naturalist Program. Participants will visit various sites demonstrating biological and physical processes that drive the ecosystem we live in http://www.oregonmasternaturalist.org/eastcascades

 

June 12

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Heritage tourism workshop The workshop provides opportunities to collaborate and cross market to build new audiences.  Sponsored by the Oregon Heritage Commission, part of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.  The workshop is free, but registration is required. Klamath County Museum

http://www.oregonheritage.org to register

June 12

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat

 

Kiger Stadium
June 12

2 PM & 6 PM

DEQ public hearings The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) invites the public to comment on the proposed section 401 water quality certification for the removal of the J.C. Boyle Dam, reservoir, powerhouse and all other infrastructure related to the existing Lower Klamath Project. View the full public notice for details on the public comment period at: http://www.oregon.gov/deq/get-involved/documents/070618Klamathpn.pdf. OIT

College Union Auditorium

June 13

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat

 

Kiger Stadium
June 14 & 15 Sky Lakes Medical Center Volunteers Event Blood drive Sky Lakes Medical Center

All 3 River Rooms

June 14 – 16 Western Limousin Expo Klamath County Fairgrounds

360 354-1362

June 14

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat

 

Kiger Stadium
June 15

8 AM – 2 PM

Klamath and Lake counties Stand Down for area veterans. Services including meals, clothing donations, haircuts, community resources access, Veterans Affairs benefits counseling, Social Security information, spiritual counseling, and information on food stamps, housing, employment eye exams, & glasses. Klamath County Fairgrounds Event Center

541 331-9979

June 15

5 – 8 PM

Eleanor’s Friday Night Lights The Henley High School Football Team will be holding a benefit event for Eleanor Pine, a student at Henley Elementary who is currently battling leukemia.

It is open to people of all ages from around the community.

The carnival will start with a kids, football skills camp from 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. for ages seven to 13. Then the high school football tournament will start. There will also be corn hole, face painting, and a dunk tank to raise money to help Eleanor’s family with medical expenses.

Henley High School

Hill O’Brien Field

June 15

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

June 16

11:30 AM

Bly Flag Day celebration Parade, 50/50, vendors, lots of food and fun, all to honor veterans. Bly fire hall
June 16 Festival Live music, BBQ, flea market, Horseshoe tournament, 75/25. Antler Café

Bly, Oregon

June 16

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band The Roadsters, Country & Classical Rock Lake of the Woods Resort
June 16

5 PM

Taste of Klamath Fundraiser Local chefs prepare their most outstanding food and drinks for this annual fundraiser Ross Ragland Theater
June 17

10 AM

Living History Day Unique museum demonstrations will include live steam engines, operating old-time shingle mill, antique engines, operating antique Caterpillar tractors, horse and wagon teams, hay rides, operating antique sawmill, chainsaw sculptures, blacksmith demonstrations, spinning and weaving, period clothing and special entertainment. Reminisce with the old-timers about the machines, lifestyles, and adventures they had. Experience our pioneer legacy and discover for yourself just what sparks the excitement that makes Living History Day at Collier State Park so special. Collier Memorial State Park

541 783-2471

June 17

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Michael Quinn Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
June 20

10 AM

Answer People Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

June 21

6 – 9 PM

Third Thursday Music, activities, vendors, and more. Downtown Klamath Falls
June 21

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat Kiger Stadium

 

Kiger Stadium
June 21 – 23 American Junior Simmental Association – Western Regionals Klamath County Fairgrounds

530 459-3928

June 21 – 24 Kruise of Klamath Citywide celebration of vintage automobiles, mini shows, sock hop, BBQ, show and shine, chance to meet History Channel’s Tyler Dale, and more. Various locations around Klamath Falls
June 22

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Men’s baseball
June 22

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

June 23

9 AM – 1 PM

Pop Up Yard Sale Multi-family yard sale, items from storage units as well as from individuals. Rocky Point

Solar Café Parking Lot

Mountain Lakes Drive & Hwy 140

541 810-0008

June 23

8 AM – 7:14 PM

Klamath Kinetic Challenge 8-10am Registration, safety test, art/engineering judging at Vet’s Park
10:14am Le Mans Start, dash through downtown (PARADE)
10:30-1:30pm KAGO HILL to Moore Park
1:30pm SAND PIT in Moore Park
2:30-7:14pm Moore Park to KOA; sculptures ride all the way back on the street to their campsite at KOA
June 23 Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center – Preserve Your Own Food.  Presented by Extension staff and volunteers. Preserving meats and vegetables OSU Extension Office

6923 Washburn Way Klamath Falls 541-883-713

June 23 Beer fest Lake of the Woods Resort
June 23

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Daniel Kelly Soul Project, soul, Motown, Rock Lake of the Woods Resort
June 23

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Men’s baseball
June 24

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Tim Mitchell Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
June 24

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Men’s baseball
June 21 – 24 Kruise of Klamath http://www.kruiseofklamath.org

541 892-3403

June 23 & 23 3rd Annual Cody Sipes Memorial MX races. Klamath County Fairgrounds
June 23

5 PM

Dutch Oven Cooking Collier Memorial State Park

54 783-2471

June 24

11 AM

The Mountain Man Collier Memorial State Park

541 783-2471

June 25 – 28

10:30 AM – noon

Good Food Good Medicine Summer Camp Join Us for Summer Fun!

 

Learn about cooking and good food.

 

Facilitated by our Extension Office and Klamath Tribal Health

Chiloquin Park

541 882-1487, ext. 226

June 26

9:30 – 11:30

 Coffee with Oregon Department of Transportation officials to chat about the Oregon’s road systems. South Suburban Library Branch

541 388-6064

Abbey.driscoll@odot.state.or.us

June 27, 28, & 29

7 AM – 4 PM

Sky Lakes Medical Center Volunteers Event CareWear Uniforms Sale, a fundraiser for volunteer programs and initiatives. Sky Lakes Medical Center

All 3 River Rooms

June 29

9 AM – 2 PM

11th Annual Project Family Connect Klamath County Fairgrounds

541-882-3500 and ask for                    Michael or

email info@klcas.org

June 29

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Seals

 

Kiger Stadium
June 29

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

June 30

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Rogue Suspects, funk & blues Lake of the Woods Resort
June 30

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Seals

 

Kiger Stadium

July, 2018

June 30 &

July 1

10 AM – 4 PM

13th Annual Chiloquilters Quilt Show Door prizes, country store, raffle quilt, quilting vendors, and great food. Chiloquin Community Center

140 S. 1st St.

541 281-7101

July 1

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Rogue Duo Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
July 1

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Seals Kiger Stadium
July 3

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Colonel Mustad Band, classic rock Lake of the Woods Resort
July 3

Dusk

Fireworks Enjoy live music and a BBQ before taking in fireworks over the lake. Lake of the Woods Resort
July 4 Malin Car Show Swap Meet/ Yard Sale 9am – 4pm
Car Registration 8am-12pm
Parade 11am
Car Show Noon – 3pm
Awards Begin @ 3pm
Raffle Drawing After Awards
Fireworks at dusk in the Malin Park.A portion of ALL proceeds go to the Malin Preschool
Malin Community Park
July 4 Independence Day Celebration Downtown parade, festivities at the fairgrounds, and an evening fireworks display
July 4

4 PM

Cowboy Feast Cowboy Yummy catering, entertainment (The Willards, Ben & Connie). No alcohol, no fireworks, no drugs. Lots of fun!! $20 paid ahead of time, $25 at the gate, limit 200 people. Heartline Ranch

http://www.HeartlineRanch.com

 

541-887-9013

July 4

6:35 PM

 Men’s Baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Rogues Kiger Stadium
July 5

6:35 PM

 Men’s Baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Rogues Kiger Stadium
July 6

Dusk

Outdoor Summer Movie Night First Friday Free Summer Movies, weather permitting.
Starting at dusk. Free refreshments and movies sponsored by local businesses. Limited space. Camp chairs, blankets, pillows allowed. No couches, recliners or home furnishings
Sugarman’s Corner, Main Street

Klamath Falls

July 6

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

July 7 Klamath Lake Land Trust Guided Hike. Wood River kayak trip with patio lunch at Agency Lake http://www.klamathlakelandtrust.org/

541 884-1953

for registration and more information

July 7 Annual Sprague River Pioneer Day Parade  

¬  Parade Starts at 10:30 am

¬  Tri tip or chicken dinner at the SR Community Center.

¬  Hamburgers, hot dogs and snow cones at the Fire Department.

¬  Books, DVD’s & VHS will be for sale at the SR Library.

¬  There will be food, games & live music.

¬  Great for all ages!

Sprague River.
July 7

2 & 5:30 PM

Stage performance James and the Giant Peach, Jr. Ross Ragland theater

541 884-5483

July 7

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Daniel Kelly Soul Project, soul, Motown, rock Lake of the Woods Resort
July 8

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Mood Swing Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
July 9 – 13

8 – 11 AM 0r

12 – 3 PM

Stories Under the Big Top, little sprouts youth theater day camp. A theater day camp for students in K – 4th grades. Ross Ragland Theater

541 884-0651, ext. 13

July 10

10 AM – 3 PM

First Annual Log Truck Show There are already over 20 trucks entered to be on display. Come see old trucks and new tucks, show trucks and work trucks. Bring the family and enjoy the Logging Museum atmosphere. Collier Memorial State Park

541 783-2471

July 10, 17, 24, 31

(series class)

5:30 – 7:30 PM

Financial Fitness Workshop Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

July 10

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Kiger Stadium
July 11

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Kiger Stadium
July 12

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Potters Kiger Stadium
July 13

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Gold Sox Kiger Stadium
July 13

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

July 13 & 14

11 AM – 10 PM

4th Annual Basin Brew & Q http://www.basinbrewandq.org for more information. Steen Sports Park
July 14

10 AM

Rockhouding Day Search for yadenite with the Klamath County Museum and the Klamath Rock and Arrowhead Club.
July 14 & 15 Horse Clinic Southern Oregon Horse and Carriage Club will demonstrate how to hook up a carriage to horses and how to drive them.  Short rides will be available. $5.00 at the gate.  Call for prices if bringing a horse to train. Heartline Ranch

http://www.HeartlineRanch.com

541-887-9013

541-545-1336.

July 14

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Gold Sox Kiger Stadium
July 14

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Nephilim Band, rock, funk & soul Lake of the Woods Resort
July 15

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Pet Herzog Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
July 15

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Gold Sox Kiger Stadium
July 16 – 20

8 – 11 AM 0r

12 – 3 PM

Stories Under the Big Top, little sprouts youth theater day camp. A theater day camp for students in K – 4th grades. Ross Ragland Theater

541 884-0651, ext. 13

July 16

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs Seals Kiger Stadium
July 17

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs Seals Kiger Stadium
July 18

10 AM

Answer People Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

July 18

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs Seals Kiger Stadium
July 19

3 PM

Putting challenge Klamath County Chamber of Commerce hosts its Moo-la-Palooza Putting Challenge.  Reception to follow Running Y 18-Hole Putting golf course

541 884-5191

July 19

6 – 9  PM

Third Thursday Music, vendors, special activities, and more. Downtown Klamath Falls
July 20

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

July 20 – 22 Lost River Bluegrass Festival Seven bands, camping, jamming, BBQ, quilters room, vendors, pancake breakfast, craft fair, pie & ice cream, gospel show on Sunday, and more.  See the website for more details.

http://www.lostriverfestival.com/

Merrill, Oregon
July 21

9 AM – 3 PM

37th Annual Rocky Point Summer Festival Parade, flea market, bake sale, auction, 50/50, beer wagon, BBQ, and much more. Rocky Point Fire Hall

541 592-2030

July 21 Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center – Preserve Your Own Food.  Presented by Extension staff and volunteers. Tomatoes and salsa OSU Extension Office

6923 Washburn Way Klamath Falls 541-883-713

July 21

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Colonel Mustard Band, classic Rock Lake of the Woods Resort
July 22

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio B. Wishes Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
July 27 – 29 Paisley Mosquito Festival Fun run, horseshoes, art show, BBQ, music, games, and more Paisley, Oregon

wwwcityofpaisley.net

 

June 27, 28, & 29 Sky Lakes volunteers host this CareWear Scrubs and Shoe Sale/ Fundraiser

 

An amazing selection of scrubs, shoes, and accessories will be available for 3 days only. Scrubs are not only for clinicians and dentists any longer, and the comfy shoes are designed for comfort and support and foot and leg health. Sky Lakes Medical Center,

River Conference Rooms near the Cafeteria,

2865 Daggett Ave,

Reid Kennedy, 541.274.2038

 

July 27

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat Kiger Stadium

 

July 27

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

July 28

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat Kiger Stadium

 

July 28 Bonanza Annual Rib Cook-Off Extravaganza. Big Springs Park
July 28

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Rogue Suspects, funk & blues Lake of the Woods Resort
July 29

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Rogue Duo Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
July 29

6:35 PM

Men’s baseball Klamath Falls Gems vs. Heat Kiger Stadium

 

August, 2018

Aug. 2 – 5 Klamath County Fair Klamath County Fairgrounds
Aug. 3

7 PM

“In a Landscape” concert Hunter Noack travels to remote places to perform music on a 9-foot Steinway concert grand piano.  Attendees are asked to bring their own chairs, warm clothing, and flashlights. Playa, near Summer Lake and Paisley

http://www.inalandscape.org

Aug. 3

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Aug. 3

Dusk

Outdoor Summer Movie Night First Friday Free Summer Movies, weather permitting.
Starting at dusk. Free refreshments and movies sponsored by local businesses. Limited space. Camp chairs, blankets, pillows allowed. No couches, recliners or home furnishings
Sugarman’s Corner, Main Street

Klamath Falls

Aug. 3 & 12 Stage performance Wizard of Oz Ross Ragland theater

541 884-5483

Aug. 4 Klamath Lake Land Trust Guided Hike Islands of the Sprague River kayak trip.  Fishing, birding http://www.klamathlakelandtrust.org/

541 884-1953

for registration and more information

Aug. 4

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Nephilim Band – rock, funk, & soul Lake of the Woods Resort
Aug. 5

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Tim Mitchell Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Aug. 6 – 10

8 – 11:30 AM

1:30 – 5 PM

Drone Engineering Camp Build, fly, then keep the drone!
This camp is open to students who will be in grades 6-9 for school year 2018-2019. Experience the excitement of building your own drone while learning how all parts work. After you build the drone, you will learn to program it to match your style. You then learn to fly it using a process that should lead to you being an awesome pilot. After you complete the camp you will have your own drone to keep flying long after the camp. Unlike most drone pilots you will have the skill to fix the drone if you crash it.You are encouraged to bring your own computer to the camp so that you can install the software you need to program the drone after the camp already installed on your own computer. If you do not have your own computer then we will set you up with one.
Hosanna Christian Academy

704 313-9389

For more information and to register

Aug. 10

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Aug. 11

9 AM – 5 PM

Home Buying Bus Tour Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

Aug. 11

8 AM – 8 PM

Tulelake Shindig Street Fair and Bazaar Music, crafts, family fun, food. Tulelake
Aug. 11

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Colonel Mustard Band, classic rock Lake of the Woods Resort
Aug. 11

After dusk

Perseid meteor shower star party Fort Klamath Museum
Aug. 11 & 12 “Horsey Wellness & Care Clinic Guest specialists will conduct a clinic on hoofcare, chiropractic help, massage, saddle fitting,, plus other subjects. $5.00 entry at the gate, more if a horse needs treatment. Heartline Ranch

http://www.HeartlineRanch.com

541-887-9013

 

Aug. 12

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio B. Wishes Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Aug. 15

10 AM

Answer People Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

Aug. 16

6 – 9 PM

Third Thursday Enjoy a street full of music, vendors, activities, and special sales. Downtown Klamath Falls
Aug. 17

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Aug. 18

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band The Roadsters, Country & Classical Rock Lake of the Woods Resort
Aug. 19

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Michael Quinn Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Aug. 24

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Aug. 25

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Nephilim Band – rock, funk & soul Lake of the Woods Resort
Aug. 26

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Mood Swing Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Aug. 31

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

September, 2018

Sept. 1

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Colonel Mustard Band, classic rock Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 2

4 – 8 PM

BBQ & Band Rogue Suspects, funk & blues Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 6 – 8 Tulelake Butte Valley Fair Carnival, exhibits, live music, food in a clean, country atmosphere. Tulelake Fairgrounds

530-667-5312

Sept. 7

Dusk

Outdoor Summer Movie Night First Friday Free Summer Movies, weather permitting.
Starting at dusk. Free refreshments and movies sponsored by local businesses. Limited space. Camp chairs, blankets, pillows allowed. No couches, recliners or home furnishings
Sugarman’s Corner, Main Street

Klamath Falls

Sept. 7

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Sept. 8 Ride the Rim A fee-free ride when Crater Lake’s East Rim Drive from North Junction to Park Headquarters will be closed to motorized vehicles. Crater Lake National Park

Ridetherim.com

Sept. 8 Annual Lake of the Woods Trisport Weekend Triathlon Races (Saturday & Sunday) Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 8

3 – 7 PM

BBQ & Band Rogue Suspects, funk & blues Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 9

9 AM – 3:30 PM

Home Repair Workshop Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

Sept. 8

6 PM

“In a Landscape” concert Hunter Noack travels to remote places to perform music on a 9-foot Steinway concert grand piano.  Attendees are asked to bring their own chairs, warm clothing, and flashlights. Fort Rock State Park

http://www.inalandscape.org

Sept. 8 Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center – Preserve Your Own Food.  Presented by Extension staff and volunteers. Cheesemaking OSU Extension Office

6923 Washburn Way Klamath Falls 541-883-713

Sept. 9

9 AM – 3:30 PM

Home Repair Workshop Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

Sept. 9

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Tim Mitchell Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Sept. 12 & 13 Rural Business Innovation Summit The Rural Business and Innovation Summit will inspire entrepreneurs to accelerate innovation, cultivate a successful business ecosystem within their communities, and take advantage of opportunities for growth.

Startups, entrepreneurs, corporate business leaders, accelerators, and investors will come together to exchange ideas, share experiences, and discover best practices that provide a competitive edge and lead to thriving business in rural areas.

Sponsored by Klamath County Chamber of Commerce

Klamath Community College
Sept. 13 & every 3rd Thursday through June, 2019 Leadership Klamath 2018 – 2019 A program that challenges class participants to become more involved in the decision-making process of Klamath County Klamath County Chamber of Commerce

http://www.klamath.org to find out more or register

Sept. 14

Dusk

Vintage movie night Lake of the Woods

In front of the General Store

Sept. 14 – 16 Klamath Independent Film Festival Klamathfilm.org/festival

For more information

Sept. 14 – 16 7th Annual Car Show Weekend Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 15 Ride the Rim A fee-free ride when Crater Lake’s East Rim Drive from North Junction to Park Headquarters will be closed to motorized vehicles. Crater Lake National Park

Ridetherim.com

Sept. 15

3 – 7 PM

BBQ & band Nephilim and – rock, funk & soul Lake of the Woods Resort
Sept. 16

6 – 8 PM

Easy Listening on the patio Per Herzog Lake of the Woods Lodge Patio
Sept. 19

10 AM

Answer People Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

Sept. 22 Free park day Free admission to all National Parks
Sept. 22 8th Annual Fishing Derby Lake of the Woods Resort

 

October, 2018

Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24

(series class)

5:30 – 7:30 PM

Financial Fitness Workshop Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

Oct. 6 Klamath Lake Land Trust Guided Trip Stargazing campout at the Cabin in the Pines. http://www.klamathlakelandtrust.org/

541 884-1953

for registration and more information

Oct. 17

10 AM

Answer People Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

Oct. 19

5:30

Chili Feed Fundraiser Raffle Items

Music and Dancing

 

Klamath Basin Senior Center

2045 Arthur St.

Oct. 20 Klamath Lake Land Trust guided tour Buck Island hike and boat trip. http://www.klamathlakelandtrust.org/

541 884-1953

for registration and more information

Oct. 21

10 AM – 3 PM

17th Annual Rocky Point Quilt Summer Festival. Chili meals, bazaar, pie and specialty baked goods sale, quilt raffle. Rocky Point Fire Hall

541 356-0909

Oct. 27

4 – 7 PM

Tricker Street  

 

YMCA Fairview School
Oct. 31 Things get spooky at Running Y Ranch Resort during Halloween! Come out with the whole family and enjoy some fun including; games, trick or treating, a haunted house and more! Running Y Ranch Resort

Visit runningy.com for more information.

 

 

November, 2018

Nov. 9 & 16

3 PM

7 PM

Financial Fitness Workshop Call for class details and registration. KLCAS Training Room

2300 Clairmont DR.

541-882-3500 Ext: *819

Nov. 11 Free park day Free admission to all National Parks
Nov. 21

10 AM

Answer People

Annual luncheon

Everyone invited to attend this group from the Southern Oregon, Northern California region.  The group of agency employees, business owners, and volunteers recognizes good customer service and shares information for front liners to use in providing it. Location rotates.

Email Joan at j1cole@blm.gov

For this month’s location

Nov. 22 Thanksgiving at the Ruddy Duck Join us for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Ruddy Duck with turkey and all the fixings. We also offer Thanksgiving meals to go that are hot and ready to take home. Running Y Ranch Resort

For reservations for dining-in, please call 541.850.5588.

For meals to go, please contact 541.850.5786 by November 16th.

 

 

 

December, 2018

Dec. 1 – 16 Klamath Snowflake Festival Various locations throughout Klamath Falls

541 880-4791

Dec. 25 Christmas Dinner in the Ruddy Duck Spend the holidays at Running Y Ranch Resort and experience a truly magical dinner in the Ruddy Duck. Running Y Ranch Resort.

For more information and a full menu, please visit runningy.com.

 

 

ONGOING EVENTS

 

DATE EVENT DESC LOCATION/CONTACT
Monday – Friday

10 AM – 3 PM, till 2 PM winter

 

Train Mountain walking tours. Tours by train by special arrangement only for groups of 15 or more (call 541-783-3030).

 

Train Mountain

S. Chiloquin Road

541 783-3030

Monday – Friday

June 19 – Sept. 1

Summer Lunch:  Free meals for ALL kids Free lunch program, some sites also offering free produce from Produce Connection.  Times and days vary by site, so contact the YMCA for details on a site near you. 541 887-2521

Areas served:  Peterson School, Shasta Elementary, Stearns Elementary, Bonanza/Beatty/Bly, Merrill & Malin, Chiloquin area, Sprague River, Conger Elementary area, Mills School area, Pelican Elementary, Ferguson Elementary.

Mondays

10:30 –

11:30 AM

Muffin Mondays A veteran’s group, sponsored by Klamath Hospice, for conversation, coffee, & muffins. Klamath Basin Senior Center

2045 Arthur St.

541 882-2902

Every other Monday, beginning Feb. 6

10:30 AM

Toddler Romp Toddlers and their parents interact at educational “sensory play” stations.  For children 12 – 36 months. Klamath County Library
Tuesdays

9:30 AM

Senior Breakfast The Bonanza Revitalization Team through “Bonanza Cares” hosts this weekly breakfast for Bonanza area seniors.  A $4 contribution is requested, though it is not required. El Sombrero Loco

Highway 70

Bonanza

Tuesdays

11 AM

Baby time story time Klamath County Library
Tuesdays

2 PM

Bingo Klamath Basin Senior Center

2045 Arthur St.

Tuesdays

3:30 PM

Music and Movement Music, dance, stories, games, and more.  Children 4 and up. Klamath County Library
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays

Throughout the summer, 9 AM – 4 PM

Free Mountain Bike Checkout A total of 15 single-speed mountain bikes, all adult size, and helmets are available for free checkout for the day. OC&E Woods Line State Trail

3136 S. 6th St., net to Papa Murphy’s

541 883-5558

1st Tuesday of the month

4 – 5:30 PM

Monthly Grief Support Group With facilitator David Houtchines, increase your understanding of grief, gain support, find hope, gain self-awareness, and learn coping skills. Klamath Hospice

4745 6th St.

541 882-2902

2nd Tuesday of the month

5:30 PM

Foreign film series A different choice each month. Klamath county Library
2nd Tuesday of the month

5:30 PM

20-Something Board Game Night.  Participants can play games provided by the library or bring their own. Klamath County Library
2nd Tuesday of the month

6:30 PM

Klamath Sustainable Communities Board meeting Everyone invited to be a part of this group that addresses a wide variety of issues related to the health and wellbeing of our community.  6:30 potluck dinner and networking time, with the meeting beginning about an hour later.

 

Gaucho Collective meeting room

11th and Main St.

Klamath Falls

505-501-9871, or 541-545-1030

For more information

 

3rd Tuesday of the month

6 PM

Klamath Basin Outdoors Group All outdoor enthusiasts interested in hiking, snowshoeing, and other adventurous activities welcome. The Ledge

369 S. 6th St.

4th Tuesday of the month

5:30 PM

Adult Retro Video Game Night Klamath County Library
Last Tuesday of the month

2 PM

Family Caregiver Support Group. Klamath County Library
Tuesdays

5:30 PM

Family Night All ages welcome Klamath County Library
Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Feb. 3

12:10 – 12:50 PM,

 

 

Get Fit at Lunch Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and Sky Lakes Wellness Center will launch this fitness program.

ALL AGES AND FITNESS LEVELS are welcome!  Make your own pace.

Come get fit on the OC&E and meet others.

Pedometers and walking logs will be provided to each participant to track fitness.

OC&E office

3136 S. 6th St. behind Papa Murphy’s pizza.

Lisa, 541 883-5558

May 27 – Sept. 2

Wednesdays through Saturdays

10 AM – 4 PM

Baldwin Hotel Museum Open Tours available

$10 for 1 hour

$20 for 2 hours

Baldwin Hotel Museum

31 Main St.

Wednesdays

10 AM –

11 AM

“Wacky Wednesday” $1 for 1 hour visit per person. Children’s Museum of Klamath Falls

541 885-2995

http://www.cmkf.org

 

Wednesdays

10 AM – 3 PM

Open studio for painting and drawing. Bring your projects to work on and enjoy the creativity and company of other artists. Two Rivers Art Gallery

541 783-3326

Wednesdays

1:30 PM

Storytime for preschoolers (and grownups) Stories, songs, simple crafts Chiloquin Library
Wednesdays

4 – 5 PM

Afterschool at your library for teens All teens welcome with different activities each week.  Crafts, games, snacks, and more Klamath County Library
Wednesdays

6:45 – 8:45 PM

Drop-in basketball For players 14 and older YMCA

541 884-4149

Wednesdays

6:30 PM

Latino dancing Junior high and highs school students are invited to join in practices and upcoming events, including Cinco de Mayo Hosanna Christian Academy

5000 Hosanna Way

541 539-9283

1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month 20-Something Board Game Night Participants can play games provided by the library or bring their own.

 

Klamath County Library
1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month

5:30 PM

Minecraft Club for Adults. The library provides the laptops and the Minecraft accounts. Interested adults can come and play this popular game! Klamath County Library
2nd Wednesday of every month.

Noon

Women military and veteran social hour Current and veteran women of the military are invited to socialize and hear information about benefits and Veteran legislation. Mia’s and Pia’s Pizzeria, dining area

3545 Summers Lane

541-591-8482 or 541-882-1620. angela.reid@gmail.com.

2nd Wednesday of the month

7 PM

Klamath Prospectors Open to everyone interested in gold prospecting and metal detecting, with outings throughout the year. Washington Federal Conference Center

5215 S. 6th St.

3rd Wednesday of the month Book to Film Presentations and discussion on books that have been made into films. Klamath County Library
Thursdays

11 AM

Children’s story and craft time every Thursday at 11:00 AM

 

Keno Branch Library

541-273-0750

Thursdays

4 – 5 PM

Age-appropriate book clubs Book reading, discussions, activities, and snacks – 3 age groups.

5 – 7 yrs.

8 – 12 yrs.

Teens

Klamath County Library
2nd Thursday of the month Adult Book club The group examines and discusses a different book each month. Klamath County Library
2nd Thursday of the month

4 PM

Teen Techathon Explore new topics in technology from podcasting to coding and stop motion to gaming. Klamath County Library
2nd Thursday of the month

5:30 PM

Bonanza Cares Monthly meeting of this group to help the Bonanza community and its citizens in a variety of ways. El Sombrero Loco

Bonanza

2nd & 3rd Thursdays

4 PM

Youth Book Clubs Klamath County Library
4th Thursday of the month

64 PM

Teen Writers Club Klamath County Library
Every other Thursday, beginning Feb. 9

3:30 PM

Coding club For ages 8 to 18.  Learn basic computer programming skills. Klamath County Library
Every other Thursday, beginning Feb. 2

3:30 PM

Lego Club For builders 8 to 18.  Each week brings a new building challenge  
Fridays

10:30 AM

Storytime Geared toward preschoolers Klamath County Library
Fridays

3:30 PM

Game Tournaments Klamath County Library
Fridays

11:30 until late afternoon

Farmers Market Come see all the wonderful items for sale.  Items include candles, body butters, body spray, shampoo, bath fizz, soaps, quilted microwave bowl and casserole holders, pot holders, coasters, jams, jellies, and other canned goods, baked goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. Parking lot on the corner of 1st Ave and Chocktoot St.

Chiloquin.

1st & 3rd Fridays of the month Bingo Night Dinner at 5:30 pm for $6, drinks $1. Bingo starts at 6:30 pm. $16 buy-in. Benefits the local senior citizens group. The Honker

Tulelake, CA

Saturdays

10 AM – 3 PM

Free train rides Let the Klamath & Western Railroad engineers take you for a ride through their miles of beautiful area.  Food, games, gift shop, picture taking. Klamath & Western Railroad

Chiloquin

541 783-3177

Saturdays

10:30 AM

Pet Partners and Angels in Whiskers Read with therapy dogs.  All ages welcome. Klamath County Library
1st Saturday of the month

1:30 PM

Family Movie and Craft Klamath County Library
Every second Saturday of the month

1 PM

Teen Movie Matinee Free movies Klamath County Library
Every second Saturday of the month Date night Childcare so “you” the caregiver can enjoy a night out on the town. Fee will be $4 per hour per child, $3 per hour per child for current members. Dinner for your child will be included; pre-registration is a must as only a certain amount of slots will be available. Children’s Museum of Klamath Falls
Throughout the year

Monday through Friday 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

Train park tours Self-guided walking tour of the world’s largest miniature railroad Train Mountain Railroad

36951 S Chiloquin Rd

Chiloquin, OR

541-783-3030

Tmrr.org

Saturdays

10:30 AM

Angels in Whiskers Read to a canine angel Klamath County Library
1st Saturday of every month

1:30 PM

Family Movie Matinee and Craft Come for a craft, stay for a movie, G or PG rated. Klamath County Library
Saturdays & Sundays, plus some holidays through April 30.

1 PM

Ranger-led snowshoe walks. Ranger-led snowshoe walks are a fun way to explore this winter wonderland and learn how plants and animals survive the snowy months. The two-hour walks cover one mile of moderately strenuous terrain. Walks are off-trail explorations through the forests and meadows at the rim of Crater Lake. No previous snowshoeing experience is necessary. Snowshoes are provided free of charge, but advance registration is required. Space is limited on walks. Participants should be at least 8 years old and come prepared with warm clothing and water-resistant footwear. Crater Lake National Park

541-594-3100

Sundays

10 AM

Sporting clays winter shoots Pheasants Forever

Stateline Road

541 892-9621

541 891-7071

Sundays

1:30 PM

Anime Anonymous Klamath County Library
Beginning July 3

2 PM

Guided Museum Tours Collier State Park

Chiloquin

541 783-2471

Ongoing Featured Art Exhibits Local and regional artists are featured at various locations, with a wide array of art media exhibits. Modoc Gallery

Klamath County Museum

1301 Main St.

 

Green Blade Bakery 1400 Esplanade Ave.

 

MJ Art Gallery

Countertops by Top Secret

6032 Washburn Way

 

Pacific Crest Federal Union

2972 Washburn Way

 

MC’s on Main

 

M’bellish

522 Main St.

And Main Street Jelwlers

3480 Washburn Way

 

Favell Museum

125 W. Main St.

541 882-9996

 

Klamath Art Association Gallery

120 Riverside Drive

541 883-1833

 

Lobby of Ross Ragland Theater

 

Klamath County Library

Throughout the year Outdoor adventures. Guided fishing, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, jet boat cruises, and more. Roe outfitters

541.884.3825

info@roeoutfitters.com

 

Ongoing, various days, throughout the year Activities and events at the Klamath Basin Senior Center Bingo, crafts, sewing billiards, exercise, Tai Chi, computer training, classes, live entertainment, and much more. Call for events and times

541 883-7171

Ongoing Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway Geocache Tour Discover 8 geocaches as you explore Oregon’s spectacular state parks. From historic trails to majestic lakes and lava beds, our Volcanic Legacy Byway Geocache Tour offers something for everyone. Find all 8 geocaches for a chance to win a trip to Mauna Loa in Hawaii!

 

Discover Klamath Visitor & Convention Bureau

[info@discoverklamath.com]

 

 

 

 

Contacts

  PHONE EMAIL/WEBSITE ADDRESS
Bill Collier Ice Arena Ice Arena at Running Y

http://www.klamathicesports.org

Ice Arena at Running Y

 

Children’s Museum 541 885-2995 http://www.cmkf.org
Chiloquin Farmer’s Market 541 783-2717 Corner of 1st & Chocktoot

Chiloquin

Keno Farmer’s Market 541 892-5468 Keno Plaza

15555 Hwy 66

 

Klamath County Fairgrounds 541 884-8570

 

Klamath County Library 541 882-8894
Klamath County Museum 541 883-4208 http://www.co.klamath.or.us/museum/index.htm
Klamath Falls Farmer’s Market 541273-1102 http://www.klamathfallsfarmersmarket.org/

 

9th & Main, Klamath Falls
Klamath Falls Gems 541 883-4367 http://www.klamathfallsgems.com 2001 Crest St.
Klamath & Western Railroad 541 783-3177 39651 S. Chiloquin Road

 

Lake of the Woods Resort 866-201-4194 http://www.lakeofthewoodsresort.com

 

Lake County Chamber 541 947-6040
Linkville Lopers 541 281-6783 http://www.linkvillelopers.com/mmr
Linkville Players 541 884-8101 http://www.linkvilleplayers.org/this_season.html

 

Merrill/Malin farmer’s Market Civic Center

365 W. Front St.

Merrill

Montague Balloon Races 530 643-1305 Montague, CA

 

OIT Athletics www.oit.edu/athletics
Ross Ragland Theater 541 884-5483

541 884-0651

 

http://www.rrtheater.org
Running Y Resort 541-850-5570
Ruddy Duck Restaurant at Running Y 541-850-5582

 

Sprague River Farmer’s Market 28400 Sprague River Drive
Two Rivers Gallery
Winter Wings 541 850-5832

541 882-1219

dsamuels@charter.net

kcwenner@aol.com

 

 

 

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