Calendar Thu., Nov. 8, 2018 - KWSO 91.9

Calendar Thu., Nov. 8, 2018

  • The Water Main Break in Warm Springs has been repaired and water is being restored to the community today.  They will pressurize and flush the system by having water flow out of fire hydrants.
  • A Boil Water Notice will remain in effect likely through the weekend as a precaution to ensure water safety. Boil tap water for a few minutes then cool to use for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth and preparing food.
  • ECE is closed again today for students.
  • There is school for Warm Springs K-8 Academy students.
  • The Warm Springs K-8 Academy is celebrating indigenous culture and Native Heritage and encourages everyone on Thursdays this month – to Rock your mocs or favorite socks!
  • The Warm Springs K-8 Academy Book Fair is set up in the community room during school hours this week. It will also be open during parent conferences this evening.
  • Wellness of Warm Springs will meet today at noon at the Family Resource Center conference room. An I H S pharmacist will be the guest to talk about the tobacco cessation program. There are several options available to help folks quit using tobacco. Lunch will be provided to all participants.
  • There is an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting today at noon at the counseling center and Narcotics Anonymous meeting at 6pm at the Shaker Church.
  • There is Ichishkin Class today from noon-1:00 at the Museum. Bring your own lunch.
  • Today there is Functional Fitness class at 10:45 in the Community Center social hall; volleyball at noon in the gym; Insanity class at 12:10 in the aerobics room; and open gym for men from 6:30-8:50pm.
  • There is social dance class today at 4:00 in the Community Center aerobics room.
  • Art Adventure Gallery will have an opening reception for its newest exhibit “Observed, Imagined & Remembered” by Erik Sandgren tonight from 5:30-7pm at the gallery located at 185 SE 5th Street in Madras.


Friday 11/9

  • All veterans and community members are invited to join Jefferson County Middle School for its annual Veteran’s Day Assembly & Parade to honor those who have served our country. It is tomorrow from 2-3pm at JCMS.
  • The Jefferson County Library Film Center will show the movie “Bombshell: the Hedy Lamarr Story” tomorrow night at 7:30. Films are free and shown at the Rodriguez Annex, behind the library in Madras.


Saturday 11/10

  • Warm Springs will begin its Veteran’s Day celebration on Saturday with a lunch at the Agency Longhouse with author Paul Rosier who wrote “Serving Their Country”. Rosier will share the history of the many tribes who served in combat. Kids are welcome to color a poster for the Parade on Sunday.  Also – on Saturday artists can set up tables FREE OF CHARGE. On Sunday at 11am, church bells will signal the town to stop for a moment of silence in remembrance of those who were killed in action.   Sunday starting at noon there will be parade float decorating, line up and judging with the Parade at 2 starting at the old elementary school. For more information call (541) 460-8212 or visit W S A L A 48 dot org.
  • A memorial for David Hamilton Johnson will take place Saturday at the Burns Paiute Tribe Gathering Center in Burns. They will meet at 10am at the Gathering Center to go to the cemetery for the stone revealing at 10:30. A meal and giveaway will follow at noon. All friends and relatives are welcome.


  • The Highland Baptist Church in Redmond is inviting folks to its 4th annual Christmas and Crafts Bazaar on Saturday from 9am to 4pm. The bazaar is a fundraiser for Highland Baptist Church 2019 mission trips. It is located at 3100 SW Highland Avenue in Redmond.
  • The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum invites all to its Columbia River Indian Autumn Gathering on Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Admission will be free to all. There will be a salmon lunch, it is recommended that folks purchase a lunch ahead of time as supply is limited. There is a Tule Duck Decoy workshop with Pat Courtney Gold from 9am to noon. Space is limited to 10 and $40. There will be dancers, music, games, cultural demonstrations and vendors.
  • Chemawa Indian School in Salem will host a Veteran’s Powwow on Saturday . Grand entries are at 1:00 & 6:00 in the gym. They are looking for food vendors – call 503-399-5721 for more info. All visitors 16 & older will need to show photo identification upon entering the campus; and Chemawa is a drug, alcohol and smoke-free campus.
  • A memorial for Patricia Ann “McCloud” Kalama will take place this Saturday at the Billy Frank Community Center in Olympia, WA. It will start at 9am. A headstone viewing will be held next Saturday, November 17 at 7am at the Warm Springs Agency Cemetery. Lunch will follow at the HeHe Longhouse.