For 2019

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  1. Bob’s Reuse 2:
    HALLOWEEN IS COMING

    Saturday August 24 through Labor Day (except 8/29)

    Noon to 6:00 pm at 626 South 3rd St. in Springfield (up on the hill past the Dead End sign)
    Phone: 541-746-8552

    Trunks Full of Costumes & Accessories
    Over 100 DVD’s + VHS (mostly Horror & Si-Fi)
    Records, CDs, Cassettes, Video Games
    Boxes of Books
    Golf Clubs, Balls, Badminton
    Art & supplies
    Luggage, Backpacks, Handbags
    Shoes
    Bath Towels
    Blankets, Pillows, Sheets, Sleeping Bags, Camping Gear
    Camp Chairs, Lounge Chairs
    Men’s & Women’s Clothing All Sizes
    Tables, Chairs, Bookshelf, Rugs
    Lamps, Vacuums, Electronics, Computer accessories
    Small Fridge, Microwaves
    Dishes, Glasses, Cups, Water Bottles, Vases
    Baskets, & lots more
    Priced to Sell Quickly; Quantity Discounts; more stuff added every day and there’s free stuff too!
    Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/384339155535531/

    DIRECTIONS ON REVERSE:

    DIRECTIONS from Pioneer Parkway cross Main and it becomes South 2nd; turn left onto S. D Street, go one block and turn right onto S. 3rd & go up hill, S. 3rd becomes driveway (do not block neighbors’ driveways– park on the street below & walk up).
    From the SPRINGFIELD BUS STATION take the back (east) exit onto South 5th St., cross railroad tracks and proceed uphill to the right, curves into 3rd St., walk to the top AUTO Directions from Eugene: take Franklin Blvd. and cross the Glenwood bridge to S. A St. Springfield to first traffic light, turn right onto South 2nd, cross railroad tracks and turn left onto S. D Street, go one block to S. 3rd, turn right & go up hill, S. 3rd becomes driveway (do not block neighbors’ driveways– park on the street below & walk up). OR From I-105 go south on Pioneer Parkway and cross Main — Pioneer Parkway becomes S. 2nd.

    $1 OR 20% OFF
    PURCHASE for Community Villagers

  2. Bob’s Famous Reuse Beats Recycling Sale

    Saturday August 3 through Sunday August 11 (except 8/6)

    Noon to 6:00 PM at 626 South 3rd St. in Springfield (up on the hill past Dead End)
    Phone: 541-746-8552

    Everything in One Spot: Art, Backpacks, Baskets, Blankets, Books, CDs, Camping Gear, Men’s & Women’s Clothing all sizes, Computer accessories, Dishes, Electronics, Exercise Equipment, Furniture, Games, Handbags, Halloween & Holiday stuff, Kitchen appliances, Luggage, Pillows, Posters, Records, Rugs, Sheets, Shoes, Sporting Goods, Towels, Stuffed Animals, Toys, TVs, Vacuums, Videos, Water Bottles, etc. for sale cheap; most items $1 or less; quantity discounts; more stuff added every day and there’s free stuff too!
    Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/473109713247048/

    DIRECTIONS:

    DIRECTIONS from Pioneer Parkway cross Main and it becomes South 2nd; turn left onto S. D Street, go one block and turn right onto S. 3rd & go up hill, S. 3rd becomes driveway (do not block neighbors’ driveways– park on the street below & walk up).
    From the SPRINGFIELD BUS STATION take the back (east) exit onto South 5th St., cross railroad tracks and proceed uphill to the right, curves into 3rd St., walk to the top AUTO Directions from Eugene: take Franklin Blvd. and cross the Glenwood bridge to S. A St. Springfield to first traffic light, turn right onto South 2nd, cross railroad tracks and turn left onto S. D Street, go one block to S. 3rd, turn right & go up hill, S. 3rd becomes driveway (do not block neighbors’ driveways– park on the street below & walk up). OR From I-105 go south on Pioneer Parkway and cross Main — Pioneer Parkway becomes S. 2nd.

  3. Saturday, April 13 – Join the Society for Creative Anachronism (the Middle Ages as it should have been) at Birthday Bash, a free one day demo event.
    10 am – 4 pm
    Briggs Farm
    91593 N Coburg Rd, Eugene, Oregon 97408

    – Archery Championship
    – Cut & Thrust (swords) Tournament
    – Heavy Fighter (bigger swords) practice
    – SCA Darts Tournament
    – Arts & Sciences (medieval crafts) Display
    – Scribal Arts Demo(Weather permitting)
    – Largesse Competition
    – Potluck Lunch

    Make a joyous noise! For it is time for Adiantums’ Birthday Bash!
    Come one and all and join in the fun and revelry that our wonderful Barony has to offer!
    Join us as we not only hold our Games Championship, but the archery shoot to determine Adiantum’s new Archery Champion, as well as Adiantum’s Second Annual Cut & Thrust Championship.
    The martial fun doesn’t end with the archers though, there is a full day of fun steel tourneys and heavy play, plus thrown weapons to keep everyone busy and having a bash!

    We’ll see you there rain or shine!

    -Margaret, Arts Booth

  4. Plant Sale and Silent Auction. Lane County Master Gardeners. Sat, Apr 27, 2019
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Lane Events Center

    https://extension.oregonstate.edu/lane/events/plant-sale-silent-auction-sponsored-lane-county-master-gardener-association

    Oregon State University
    OSU Extension Service
    Lane County Extension

    Lane Events Center
    796 W 13th Ave
    Eugene, OR 97402
    Sat, Apr 27, 2019 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Event Cost: FREE

    Mark your calendars for for the 2019 Spring Plant Sale presented by the Lane County Master Gardeners Association.
    This year we bring together a HUGE selection of plants, including annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, roses, vegetables, herbs, berries and more.
    Master Gardener creations, the MG Cookbook and a lightly used book sale, along with vendors selling products for you and your garden.
    We have a silent auction with great items from local artists, merchants and restaurants. Check out the informative booths staffed by local organizations, 4-H, Master Food Preservers, and more.
    Ask an OSU Master Gardener to answer your gardening questions. Bring the kids by the “Kid Zone” to learn about Square foot gardening and Free fun garden crafts. Talk worms with the Compost specialist and then take a break with a cup of coffee and something sweet.
    Free plant check to hold your purchases while you shop the vendors or get your vehicle to load all your treasures of the day. Bring your wagon and boxes to make shopping even easier.

    *Thousands of plants
    *Master Gardeners on site
    *Used Book Sale
    *Kids Garden fun!
    *Vendors and More
    *HUGE SILENT AUCTION!!!
    Located at the Lane County Fairgrounds (SW corner next to the Ice Arena)

    OSU Extension Catalog

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  5. Positive Community Kitchen Program

    Below is the link for the non-profit Positive Community Kitchen Program that has been in existence in Eugene for 5 1/2 years now. At PCK teens and adults come together under the support of a head chef to prepare nutritious, organic, gluten free meals for cancer patients (or others facing a life threatening illness) and their family members. For twelve weeks the client and immediate family members receive meals delivered to their homes free of charge. Each week they receive two entrees, two soups, a hearty salad and dessert.
    Contact PCK at 541-249-4942 to request further information, become a recipient of the program or to volunteer in one of many ways, including helping grow the food in our garden.

    Thanks, Fran Calciano

    http://www.positivecommunitykitchen.org/

  6. Hi Village! PeaceJam is here again and it’s coming fast. If you’re not familiar with PeaceJam, we provide ongoing project-based peace education to schools and out-of-school communities throughout the Northwest, and each year we bring a Nobel Peace Prize winner to spend the weekend with young people at the University of Oregon. This year, our Nobel guest is Leymah Gbowee, who was instrumental in bringing an end to the 2nd Liberian Civil War. We have a one-day Junior Slam for 4th-5th graders on Saturday Feb 16th. JUNIOR REGISTRATION HERE: https://conta.cc/2F52iKw .The main event is a 2-day youth leadership conference for 8th-12 graders, with 7th graders welcome by recommendation. YOUTH CONFERENCE REGISTRATION HERE:https://conta.cc/2EBPAm7 If you’ve got young people interested in learning concrete peacebuilding skills from a world-renowned expert, this is a rare opportunity. There is still room, and to be frank, if we can’t increase our participation, this may be our last year of being able to offer it, so now’s your chance! Lastly, MS Gbowee will be giving a free public lecture at the U of O’s Straub Hall on Friday Feb 15th 6:30-8:30. All are welcome. Please email me with questions. With love and respect, Darren

  7. From the Jan 10, 2019 Village Meeting
    – Put pressure on the Oregon Legislature to move forward on Climate Change and the Housing Shortage. Do it.
    – New Zone Art Gallery is moving
    – Women’s March is scheduled for January 19, 11-12
    – MLK March is January 21, 11am – 2pm
    – Moss Valley has a First Saturday ecstatic dance overnite monthly.
    – Sifesh (sp?) will serve as co-coordinator of the Intentional Communities Booth
    – The Coordinating Council has a Retreat scheduled for March 23rd weekend at Alice’s.
    – Gardening Groups are in crisis due to new disease prevention requirements for plant sales. Roots need to be cleaned! How?? Message David for more info: (541) 484-9204 fixit@efn.org
    – Farmers Market 8th & Oak starts Feb 2.
    – Dark Star is in Town Feb 11.
    – Wednesday Jan16 Alan Rockefeller will talk about those mushrooms at the Hilyard Center.

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