Community Calendar for Thursday October 10, 2019
With 174 days left until the 2020 census begins – the Warm Springs Complete Count Committee reminds you that the Census is now hiring. Learn more about census jobs at 2020 census dot gov slash jobs (https://2020census.gov/en/jobs).
- A reminder to those enrolled in the Wellbriety Celebrating Families” Class – class is today from 9am until noon on the 3rd floor of the Behavior Health Center. This week’s topic is: Goal Setting and Making Healthy Choices.
- Tribal Council is in Session today, on their Agenda is: Tribal farm at 9am, Northwest Power Council Consultation at 10am, IHS Joint Venture at 1:30pm and Taser Discussion at 2:30pm.
- The Senior Wellness Center is having Senior lunch at noon – on the menu: Beans and Sauce. 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.
- Warm Springs Red Cross is having a meeting for anyone interested in becoming a volunteer Today at noon at the Family Resource Center. They will also be talking about the upcoming Smoke Detector check and replacement Effort.
- The next KWSO “Community Talk” talk show is tomorow at Noon. Dr. Shilo Tippett will be back to talk about common Mental Health Concerns and Remedies. So if you are having an issue or know someone who might want to learn more – tune in and participate in the conversation. “Community Talk” – Friday at noon – right here on 91.9 FM.
- There is no school tomorrow in the Jefferson County 509 J district. It’s a statewide in-service day.
- Warm Springs Recreation will be taking kids on a field trip to Boring to get pumpkins tomorrow. For those signed up – they will be leaving at 8:30am and will be returning at 4:45pm
- The BendFilm Festival is this weekend at a number of venues in Bend but they are also doing a screening Friday night at the Madras Performing Arts Center where at 5:30 they will show “Native Wisdom: The Peoples of Eastern Oregon with the Return to Foretop’s Father. Learn more about films and show times at Bend Film dot Org. (You can check out the trailer for Native Wisdom at https://bendfilm2019.eventive.org/schedule/5d72dcaf0ef693002f8f791f)
- Madras High School Football is home tomorrow night hosting Blanchet Catholic with kick off at 7 o’clock. If you don’t make it to stampede stadium, you can follow the action live here on KWSO with Kelly Simmelink and Neal Morningowl
- The Jefferson County Library Film Center in Madras is showing – They Shall Not Grown Old rated R, this Friday Night. Using state of the art technology, the film maker Peter Jackson presents restored and colorized archival footage of the soldiers, key events, and battles of World War 1. Showtime is 7:30. Films are free and refreshments are available. Learn more online at J C L D dot org. www.jcld.org
- Smith Rock State Park will host its annual Oregon Archaeology Celebration lecture series this Friday evening at the park’s welcome center in Terrebonne. The talks are free and open to the public. There is a $5 day use parking fee. This Friday the presentation is “The Rock Art of Washington State” with Eric Iseman.
The Native American Music Awards are November 2nd in Niagara Falls New York. Voting is now open online. Local Musicians nominated for awards are: Bigg B featuring N8 – up for Best Music Video Recording for “Deep End”. Kalliah Jackson who sings with Corey Rae White on “Dimmer” which is in the Best Independent Recording by a New Artist Single Release category. AND Blue Flames is nominated for Best Rap Hip Hop Music Video for “Stand Up.” You can check out nominations online at Native American Music Awards dot Com where there is also a link to voting. (https://www.nativeamericanmusicawards.com/vote-now)
Work on the Sunnyside Road Grade, Relay & Pedestrian Project continues. Community members are reminded that Sunnyside Drive is closed from Tmsh Street to Salmon Drive. Work is expected to be completed November 8th. If you have questions talk to Ben Bisland 541-553-3207.
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