The start of the new school year will bring a change to youth programming in Warm Springs. The K-8 Academy will be the new location for the Warm Springs Boys & Girls Club. The Club will remain in their current location at the Youth Center for the first couple weeks of school, providing afterschool care as usual – allowing them time to transition to new space at the K8. The Boys & Girls Club office will be in a classroom in the school’s outer building previously used to house 5th grade classrooms.
The Club will be coordinating with the 21st Century Learning Afterschool Program along with other community partners live the Culture & Heritage Program, Youth Wellness and OSU Extension to provide seamless programming for youth afterschool, on no school days, during school vacations, and over the summer. You can learn more about signing up for the Club and the 21st Century learning program at the Back to School BBQ this afternoon from 4-6 at the Warm Spring K-8 Academy.
A Red Flag Warning is in effect for Central Oregon until 8pm this evening.
Scattered thunderstorms will develop over south central Oregon this morning I increasing this afternoon. A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions exist with a combination of strong winds…low relative humidity…and warm temperatures that can contribute to extreme fire behavior.
Yesterday eight lightning sparked fires occurred in the Bend Area with the largest west of Bend – the Tumalo Creek Fire on the Deschutes National Forest. About 5 acres burned there. Other fires were held at an acre or less.
The Warm Springs Community Action Team is hosting “In A Landscape,” with classical pianist Hunter Noack next Thursday. The event will be an hour before sunset here on the reservation in the open at the end of the County Line Road. The event is also an opportunity for vendors who can sign up by contacting Emily at Tananawit (541-553-3148). If you are interested in attending this unique concert – Tribal Members can get free tickets – but space is limited so call Dustin at the Community Action Team today (541-553-3148.)