Community Calendar for Wednesday June 26, 2019
Funeral Arrangements for Jesse “Jackie” Shadley
Services will be this morning at 11am at the Warm Springs Baptist Church
- Nutritious meals are available this summer through the 509-J Summer Food Service Meal Program. Today’s meals are at: Bridges High School – breakfast starts at 7:45 and lunch at noon; and at the Warm Springs Youth Center breakfast is from 8:45-9:15 and lunch 12-12:30
- The Pi-Ume-Sha Health Fair is toady from 9am to 1pm in the Community Center gym. There will be lots of health screenings, activities, demonstrations and information – plus healthy snacks and free t-shirts to participants. KWSO will be at Health Fair and we look forward to seeing you. We are asking folks to complete a short online survey ahead of the health fair. Use this link to access the survey.
- Wellbriety Court group meets at 11 this morning at the Behavioral Health Center. There is also a Women’s Group at 1, Anger Management class at 4:00 and an evening Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at 7.
- Mom, Dad & Baby Group is today from 2-3pm at the Family Resource Center.
- The Jefferson County Democrats will meet today at 5pm at the United Methodist Church, 49 NE 12th Street in Madras. All are welcome to attend.
- The Warm Springs Graduation Honor Banquet for high school and higher education graduates is tonight at 6pm at the Simnasho Longhouse. Dinner will be served and family and community members are invited to honor celebrate.
- 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.
- Everyone is welcome to a presentation on the benefits of being tobacco-free today at noon at the Family Resource Center. Lunch will be provided.
- The Museum at Warm Springs will have the opening reception for its new exhibit “Resilience – The Boarding School Experience of Warm Springs and Beyond” tomorrow. In the morning from 10-11:30 Phil Cash Cash will give a presentation about Healing from Historical Trauma and the Boarding School Experience. Tomorrow evening there is an opening reception from 5:30-7pm.
- The grand opening of the Splash Park in Sahalee Park in Madras will be this Saturday at 9am. Free snow cones will be provided to the first 500 kids who show up.
The 50th Annual Pi-Ume-Sha Treaty Days in Warm Springs is this weekend
- There will be Washut Services tomorrow evening at 6 at the Pi-ume-sha Grounds, followed by the big drum releasing & rejoining, new joiners, giveaways, and a potluck meal and royalty reception.
- Powwow Grand Entries this weekend are at 7pm Friday Night, 1 & 7pm on Saturday & 2pm on Sunday. KWSO will broadcast live from the Powwow Grounds behind the Warm Springs Community Center.
- Pi-Ume-Sha Stick Games will be Friday through Sunday. There’s are traditional and open games Friday, a three-man tournament on Saturday and on Sunday a free kids’ tournament & free bone hog. FMI: Vanessa Crane 541-460-0105 or Alice Sampson 553-3205.
- The Pi-Ume-Sha All-Indian Rodeo will be Friday through Sunday at the Warm Springs Rodeo Grounds. There’s a youth rodeo at 4pm Friday, and Slack for Saturday will follow that evening. Saturday’s show is at 1:00. Sunday slack is at 10am, and the show at 1. Admission will be $5 per person. Senior citizens and kids 6 & under are free.
- Warm Springs Recreation is putting on the Pi-Ume-Sha Fun Run on Saturday starting at the Housing office parking lot. There will be a 10k, 5k and 1-mile fun run/walk. Pre-registration is being taken now at the Community Center office. Day of registration starts at 8am, and all races start at 9.
- The Endurance Horse Race is on Saturday starting at 8am at the Warm Springs Shaker Church. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the junior and senior divisions.
- The Pi-Ume-Sha Treaty Days Horse & Traditional Parade will begin at 11am on Saturday. Traditional line-up starts at 9:30 and horse line-up begins at 10:15 in front of the old Elementary School.
- 6/29 Pi-Ume-Sha Treaty Days Boxing is on Saturday at the Community Center. Bouts start at 1pm. Admission will be $10 adults, $5 students, $3 seniors and free for kids 7 and under. FMI: Austin Smith 541-325-2798.
- The Super Man – Wonder Woman Challenge, honoring the late Eugene “Cougar” & Norene Greene is on Sunday. It’s an outdoor 3.3 mile rugged terrain foot race plus a 9.3 mile bike ride on pavement. There are adult and youth open divisions. Entry is $20 and cash prizes will be awarded to top finishers in each division. Registration will start at 7am and the race starts at 8am starting at the Forestry parking lot. You are welcome to register now by texting or calling Azar Spino 541-460-3511 or Raydine Spino 541-325-1495.