Calendar Thu., Jan. 24, 2019

Community Calendar for Thursday January 24, 2019

  • Tribal Council will hear Enterprise Updates this morning from the Museum at Warm Springs; Warm Springs Local Housing Authority; Warm Springs Timber LLC; and Telecom. This afternoon’s agenda is a Legislative Update Call; an update on BNSF v. Clark County; the February Agenda & Travel Delegations; and Minutes Review.
  • The Range Committee meets this morning from 9 to noon in conference room 3 at the Tribal Administration Building.
  • The 2019 Point-In-Time homeless count in Warm Springs is being done today from 9am to 7pm at the Family Resource Center. There will be some small cold weather and other incentives for those who participate in the count, as well as information, free clothing, a light meal at noon and snacks throughout the day.
  • In Warm Springs today, there is Functional Fitness class at 12:10 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 6:30-8:50 tonight.
  • The Senior Wellness Center is having Senior lunch at noon – on the menu: baked salmon, cauliflower mash, roasted roots & veggies and fresh fruit. Seniors 60 and older eat for free, 59 and under are $5 and youth under 13 are $3 at the Senior Wellness Center.
  • 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.
  • There is social dance class today at 4:00 in the Community Center aerobics room.
  • The Jefferson County Library’s Teen Book Club meets today from 4-5pm in Library Annex. It’s free to participate and snacks are provided.
  • There is one more community input meeting this evening week regarding Tribal Language. The input will help develop Warm Springs Tribal Curriculum for Oregon school districts. This evening will focus on Kiksht. Dinner is at 5:30, the input session is from 6:30-8 at the Greeley Heights Community Building.

Friday 1/25

  • There is no school for 509-J students tomorrow – it is a Teacher Grading Day.
  • This Friday, veterans are invited to learn more about veterans benefits and how to navigate the VA system. Stop by from 1-3:00 at the old mill office.
  • Listen to KWSO for Madras High School Basketball Friday when the boys host Molalla. Tipoff is at 7. You can hear the broadcast on 91.9fm, online at and on by using the Tune In Radio app.

Saturday 1/26

  • Caldera’s 2019 Open Studios featuring its Artists in Residence and students is coming up on Saturday from 12:30-3:30pm. Artist will share their work with the public. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served. The Caldera Arts Center address is 31500 Blue Lake Drive in Sisters. Jefferson Greene from Warm Springs is one of the featured artists. There will be two more Open Studios on February 23 and March 23.

 For those signed up for the Mt Hood Meadows – Warm Springs Ski Day trip this Friday – Meet the bus at the Community Center for an 8am departure.  Wear waterproof coats and pants and bring a hat, gloves and scarf.  Goggles or sunglasses are a good idea and you might bring dry clothes to change into.  The bus will leave Mt Hood Meadows at 2:30 to be back in Warm Springs between 3:30 and 4.

The Recreation Department’s Sweetheart Sale is on February 1st at the Community Center. Call the Rec office to sign up.

The Warm Springs K-8 Academy will have the “I Heart Literacy” night on Thursday January 31. Dinner will be served from 5-6pm and the activities are from 5 to 7.

The Warm Springs Community Action Team’s AARP Tax Aide is taking appointments for free tax preparation and filing. Appointments will be for Tuesdays and Thursdays from February 5 through April 12. Call 541-553-3148 to reserve a time.

Warm Springs Health & Human Services, the Community Action Team and Emergency Preparedness are sponsoring a community drive to collect items for families affected by the government shutdown. Items needed are hygiene products, paper products, laundry items, dry goods, canned food and pet food. Items may dropped off at the Community Action Team office, Family Resource Center and Emergency preparedness office.