Calendar for Sun. Nov. 10, 2019

  • Warm Springs Christian Fellowship meets this morning at 10 at the Senior Center.
  • The Warm Springs Baptist Church has Sunday School at 10:00 and Worship Service at 11:00 this morning.
  • The Warm Springs Food Bank is located at the Presbyterian Church. They are open from 11:30-1:30 today after services.  All food banks and pantries do take donations of non-perishable food or cash
  • At the Dalles High School Auditorium, there is going to be a reading by Ed Edmo and Lani Roberts. Celilo Falls: Parallel Lives along N’Chi-Wana is the publication they talk about as they grew up in the same area at the same age yet different because of their ethnic heritage. The Event goes from 3:30pm-4:30pm with doors open at 3. For more information you can call 360-693-0123.

Monday 11/11

  • Monday is Veteran’s Day.  Federal, State and Tribal offices are all closed.   There is no school Monday in the Jefferson County 509 J district.
  • In Warm Springs tomorrow: there will be a Veteran’s Parade starting on campus at 11am, finishing at the Community Center.  A meal will be provided at noon followed by presentations and entertainment.
  • Listen to KWSO this Veteran’s Day for special programming to honor all Veterans.
  • Monday is the deadline for COBO registration for Boys and Girls in Grades 5th through 8th. You must register your athlete online at Jefferson county COBO  There is a scholarship available up to $150. If you have any questions, call Austin Say @ 541-777-1393

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will be holding public meetings this Tuesday from noon to 5:30 at the Agency Longhouse and Wednesday from noon to 6 at the Greeley Heights Community Building. The topics will be the Highway 26 Warm Springs Safety Corridor Plan, Intersection upgrades and more. Come and Visit with the Representatives from ODOT to have all your questions answered and review Safety Corridor Plans.

Central Oregon Community College is celebrating Native American Heritage Month. On November 13th & 14th they are having a screening of: Navajo Code Talkers of World War 2, a Documentary Film that features five warriors from the Navajo Nation who served as Code Talkers. On the 13th the screening takes place at the Madras COCC campus from 5:30pm-7pm and on the 14th the screening is at the Bend Campus from 4pm-5:30pm. For More Information call 541-318-3782

Family University presents a Free Personal Financial Course, where professionals in the field of banking will provide an introduction series of classes to help you manage your money and provide answers to money questions. This course will take place at the Jefferson County Middle School in Madras on November 14th and 21st from 6:15pm-7:15pm.  To register you can call 541-460-2824

The Annual Fall book fair at the Warm Springs K thru 8 continues today and will end on Friday November 15th. It will be open from 7:45am-4pm, however will be open until 7pm on the 13th and 14th during parent/teacher conferences.

The Museum at Warm Springs will be holding a Yarn Belt Class with Elder Instructor Neda Wesley, November 19th – 21st from 5:30pm-7pm. Registration is open now with the first 20 students to receive class materials, there is no class limit, all other students will need to supply their own materials. To register contact Tamera Moody @ 541-553-3331 ext. 407.

Become a SMART Reader.  SMART stands for “start making a reader today” and is a volunteer program that pairs readers with 1st grade students in Warm Springs.  On Thursdays from 4-5pm they get together at the Warm Springs K-8 Academy After School 21st Century Learning Program.  If you are interested – call 541-797-7726.

Cascades East Transit provides transportation around Warm Springs and to Madras with Connections to other Central Oregon Towns. You can see their schedule for “Route 20” at, click on the community tab and choose transit from the Drop down menu.

Items are now being collected for the 2020 Warm Springs Point in Time Homeless Survey.  You can provide for those in need who are currently experiencing homelessness by contributing useful items that can be dropped with Martha at the Commodities Building or Buffy at the Family Resource Center.

Childbirth Education Class is Wednesdays from noon – 1pm at the Family Resource Center.  This is a 3 week series that focuses on Pregnancy – Labor & Delivery – and Mom & Baby Care.  To learn more or find out when the series starts, contact Allie Anderson, MCH Nurse at 541-553-2460.