Community Calendar for Wednesday September 12, 2018
- Tribal Council will hear more Budget Presentations today. This morning will be presentations from High Lookee Lodge; Museum at Warm Springs; Warm Springs Housing Authority; and Tribal Council, Committees & Council Support. This afternoon they will hear from the Cannabis Commission; TERO Commission; Gaming Commission & Surveillance.
- There is Senior Fitness Class at 10:45 at the Senior Center, at 12:10 there is Functional Fitness Class in the aerobics room.
- Warm Springs Christian Fellowship has bible study at 6pm at the Senior Center.
- The Warm Springs Baptist Church has Bible Study and Prayer this evening at 6:00.
- The Portland Trail Blazers and Moda Health will be presenting a free family-friendly day of basketball, health activities and games for all ages. The Rip City Rally is coming to Madras tomorrow from 4-6pm at the Civic Plaza – which is the area outside of City Hall. The Blazers broadcast team, Blazer Dancers and Blaze the Trail Cat will all be there. They invite everyone out to celebrate physical fitness and healthy communities.
- Jefferson County Coffee Cuppers will be hosted by First Choice Assisted Care, located at 35 SW C Street in Madras Friday at 8am.
- The KWSO Community Advisory Board is meeting Friday from 2-4pm at the Warm Springs Media Center. Notice of the meeting and the proposed agenda is posted on our website. These meetings are open to the public.
- Listen to KWSO for Madras High School football on Friday. They host Rainier. Kickoff is at 7pm and you can hear the game live on 91.9fm.
- The Jefferson County Library Film Center will show “My Life As A Dog,” rated PG-13, on Friday night at 7:30 at the Rodriguez Annex, next to the library in Madras. Films are free to watch, refreshments are available.
The Recovery Never Ends Conference is September 20-22 at He-He Longhouse. It is free to attend. Bring your own comfortable chair if you’d like. There will be speakers, prayer, support, music, meals and more.
The Jamie “Chili Guy” Tohet Wild Horse Race Memorial is September 29 at the Simnasho Rodeo Grounds. Events include a Wild Horse Race, 2-plus-1 (woman shanks) Wild Horse Race, ranch broncs, breakaway roping, junior and senior wild cold races, mini buckers, junior and senior broncs and extra kids’ events. There will also be a 16.2 mile Endurance Race open to all ages that will start at 8 that morning. Books are open. Wild Horse Race entries need to be paid in full one week before, all other events close the morning of the rodeo. Wild Horse Race entries call Gladys 541-460-9290 and all others contact Angela 325-2518.
Warm Springs Recreation’s Fall Round-Up Yard Sale is this Saturday. Call 541-553-3243 to reserve a table.