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KYAC Concert Series
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Photo Archive - June 2017
NW Extreme Truck Challenge

 

Letters To Santa - Dec 2016
 


Photo Archive - June 2016
NW Extreme Truck Challenge
& Pro Arena Racing

 


Photo Archive - April 2016
Stayton K9 Run

  


Photo Archive - August 2015
Sublimity First Tuesday

 

Photo Archive - June 2015
Santiam Hospital Run
  


Photo Archive - July 2014
Santiam Canyon Stampede

 

Photo Archive - July 2014
Stayton Municipal Court Opening
 


Photo Archive - May 2014
Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair

  


Photo Archive - October 2013
Stayton Zombie Run

 


Photo Archive - April 2013
Stayton River Run

 


Photo Archive - July 2012
Santiam SummerFest Bed Races

 


Photo Archive - July 2012
Stayton 4th of July Fun Run

 


Photo Archive - July 2011
Never2Late Plays Main Stage
Marion County Fair

 


Photo Archive - June 2011
Pedestrian Bridge Opens To Riverfront Park

 


Photo Archive - March 2011
Tony Graham at Bottle Factory

 

Photo Archive - February 2011
Never2Late
Rocks the Bottle Factory
  


Photo Archive - January 2011
Sublimity School First Graders
Make A Wish Coin Drive

  


Photo Archive - January 2011
31st Annual Stayton Booster Club Dinner & Auction

 


Photo Archive - January 2011
The Once A Month Band
Jordan Hall

 


Photo Archive - January 2011
Stayton Community Food Bank
Sorting Day for Holiday Food Drive


Photo Archive - Nov 2010
5th Annual Community Dinner

 


Photo Archive - October 2010
Grandpa's Pumpkin Patch

 


Photo Archive - Sept 2010
Riverfront Park Footbridge
is set in place

 


Photo Archive - July 2010
Santiam SummerFest Results

  


Photo Archive - May 2010
Neighborhood Visitor

 


Photo Archive - March 2010
Santiam Youth Sports Inc
begins annual field prep

 


Photo Archive - March 2010
Santiam Marketplace Trade Fair & Outdoor Show

 


Photo Archive - Sept 2009
Stayton High School Football
Stayton 33,  Seaside 6

 


Photo Archive - August 2009
Home Explosion and Fire

 


Photo Archive - July 2009
Santiam SummerFest

 


Photo Archive - January 2009
Windstorm topples trees

 


Photo Archive - December 2008
Bird & Hat Inn & Snow!

  


Photo Archive - December 2008
Stayton Home for the Holidays
Christmas Tree lighting and events

 


Photo Archive - October 2008
Stayton Fire District
Public Safety Halloween Event

 


Photo Archive - Sept 2008
Stayton High School Football
Eagles 18, Sweet Home 7

  


Photo Archive - July 2008
Santiam SummerFest
Downtown Stayton, including: 
Santiam Gallery of Photography

    


Photo Archive - July 2008
Fireworks!

 


Photo Archive - July 2008
Stayton Grand Parade

  


Photo Archive - July 2008
Stayton Road Runners
3k/10k Run & Walk Race Results

    


Photo Archive - June 2008

Santiam Memorial Hospital
Fun Run & Health Walk

 


Photo Archive - June 2008
Stayton/Sublimity Safety Fair

  


Photo Archive - May 2008
Stayton High School Graduation

 


Photo Archive - April 2008
Spring Sunshine Arrives!

 


Photo Archive - March 2008
Stayton High School Girls and Boys Basketball Teams
each take 5th Place.
 2008 4A State Playoffs

Stayton Boys Semifinal Game
Stayton Girls Semifinal Game

Stayton Boys Quarterfinal Game

Stayton Girls Quarterfinal Game

 


Photo Archive - March 2008
Regis Boys Basketball
3A State Champions
SemiFinal game photos

QuarterFinal game photos

 


Photo Archive - January 2008
Snowfall in Stayton

  


Photo Archive - January 2008
Snowmen Invade Stayton!

  


Photo Archive - January 2008
Cartwright's Music & Repair
Bluegrass Jam Session

  

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Local  Obituaries

Cherylene A. Breitenstein
memorial Service 10/28/2017

Vaughn R. Hunt
memorial service 10/20/2017

Gary L. Schrader

Elizabeth A. Hoke

Onie I. Cooley

Dallas G. Benton

Bobby J. Brady

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October 2017
October 18,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Speaker will be Scott West of the Oregon Department of Forestry. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Stayton High School Boys Cross Country Meet, 3:15pm, Country Fair Classic at the Veneta County Fair Grounds.
      
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
  • Regis High School Volleyball Game, 7pm, at Central Linn High School.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 19,  Thursday
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 10am-3pm, Santiam High School, 265 SW Evergreen Street, Mill City. Call Caroline Gillaspy for an appointment at 503-897-2311.
     
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Santiam Hospital Auxiliary Quarterly Meeting, 1pm, Santiam Hospital Conference Room, 1401 N Tenth Avenue, Stayton. A luncheon will be served before the meeting beginning at 12:30 pm.

    Reports will be given on the Annual Harvest Breakfast which was held September 10th and on the Annual Auxiliary Fashion Show that was held October 12th. Plans for the upcoming Poinsettia sale will also be discussed. Election of new officers for the year 2018 will be held by ballot at the meeting.

    The meeting is open to the public and if you are interested in becoming an Auxiliary member or just want to visit to see what is involved in the Auxiliary, would like to present new ideas or improvements for the Auxiliary, please feel free to attend.

    The Auxiliary dues for members are $10 per year or a lifetime membership is $100. Renewal of dues each year is in January. The group meets quarterly, January, April, July and October on the third Thursday of the month at 1 pm at the hospital.


    At the present time the major fundraisers the Auxiliary holds are March/April Easter Tulip Sale; September Harvest Festival Breakfast, October Annual Fashion Show and December the Poinsettia Sale.

    The Auxiliary also has the gift shop in the Hospital main lobby with many items for sale for patient gifts or for holiday items. Donations of quilts, baby items, etc. are accepted for the gift shop and new items are always being put on display.

    All funds and donations help to support the Auxiliary Medical Oriented Scholarship program and to purchase much needed items that hospital departments request each year, the Auxiliary is a non-profit organization so community support and donations are much appreciated. 

     
  • Rock the Blocks Lego Club, 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our Legos! We have Legos  just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. Lego Club meets 3rd Thursday of the month.
     
  • Cascade High School Girls Soccer Game, 4:15pm, at Philomath High School.
     
  • Stayton High School Boys Soccer Game, 6pm, home game with North Marion High School.
     
  • Stayton High School Girls Soccer Game, 6pm, at North Marion High School.
     
  • Scio High School Volleyball Game, 6:30pm, home game with Chemawa High School.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
  • North Santiam School Board meeting, 6pm, This Regular Session of the School Board will be held at the District Office, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Therese Oneill - Stayton Public Library Author Series, 7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A reception for the author will accompany the event.

    Therese Oneill is the author of the New York Times best selling book Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage, and Manners. Oneill lives in Oregon and writes humor and rare history articles for many different popular outlets, including Mental Floss, The Week, The Atlantic, and Jezebel.

    The Stayton Public Libraryís speaking events for 2017 are made possible, in part, by funding from the Marion County Cultural Corporation and the Stayton Friends of the Library.
     
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October 20,  Friday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
  • Cascade High School Football Game, 7pm, home game with North Marion High School.
     
  • Regis High School Football Game, 7pm, home game with St. Paul High School.
     
  • Scio High School Football Game, 7pm, at Dayton High School.
     
  • Stayton High School Football Game, 7pm, home game with Newport High School. Homecoming Game
     
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October 21,  Saturday

Regis Through The Years
38th Annual Regis High School
Green & Gold Gala Auction
Doors Open 5pm * Regis High School, 550 W Regis St, Stayton MAP>>

You are cordially invited to the 38th annual Regis Green & Gold Gala Auction. Doors will open at 5pm and dinner will be served at 7pm. Your $60 per person paid reservation includes: appetizers, dinner, beer, wine, & non-alcoholic beverages. Tickets can be purchased by calling the auction office at 503-769-6243 or email events@regishighschool.net Attendance capacity is limited to first 500 paid and received reservations so order your reserved seats now (21 and over only). Dress is casual - Regis attire/fan gear highly encouraged! For more information, visit regishighschool.net or call Mike & Kelly Alley 503-769-1188.

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Terry Robb & Gary Burford
KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

 

Terry Robb is one of the top acoustic blues guitarists of our time. His signature fingerpicking style has earned him international acclaim from worldwide audiences, music critics and his distinguished peers. His current album, Cool on the Bloom, was nominated for Best Acoustic Blues Album by the 2017 Blues Blast Music Awards. Terry Robb website>>

Soc Hop from the new Cool on the Bloom album

Gary Burford has been on the blues scene in the Pacific Northwest since the late 1980ís. Teaming up with Terry for this show brings a great duo of singers/songwriters and guitar players that will keep you on the edge of your seat all night as they fire up their acoustic instruments and play their original songs as well as classics by the masters.

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Pre-Show Dinner Available

Dinner at Trexler Farm is available prior to all shows by advance reservation only (not included in show ticket price). Seating begins at 5pm. The Chef's Menu varies each show but includes full entrťe, salad and dessert buffet, and non alcoholic beverage. Beer and wine are also available for purchase at dinner and during the show. Sharlene Trexler always prepares a creative and delicious menu. You can make your reservations, as well as get pricing and menu information, by calling 503-859-4488 or email trexlerfarm@wvi.com  Seating is limited so reserve as early as possible!

  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 22,  Sunday
  • 5th-8th Grade Girls Open Gym, 6pm-8pm, Stayton High School Gym, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton. Stayton High School girls varsity assistant coach Wendi Nyquist is hosting open gym for girls in grades 5 thru 8 every Sunday in October. Sessions will include skills work and scrimmages. No fee or advance registration required, just show up. For questions you can contact Wendi at wendi.nyquist@gmail.com 
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 23,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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October 24,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • Story Time - Pumpkins, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Story Time - Pumpkins, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Cascade High School Boys Soccer Game, 6pm, at North Marion High School.
     

  • Stayton High School Boys Soccer Game, 6pm, at Newport High School.
     

  • Stayton High School Girls Soccer Game, 6pm, home game with Newport High School.
     

  • Lyons City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Lyons City Hall, 449 Fifth Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     

  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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October 25,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be on The Art of Bonseki by Herb Bastuscheck. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Tea Time for Book Lovers, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A monthly book discussion group for adults. This Month's book is The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon.Tea and cookies provided.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 26,  Thursday
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • DIY Craftshop - Felted Acorns, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Make your own felted acorns using wool and acorn caps. For ages 12 through adult, free, supplies provided, registration required. 503-769-3313.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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October 27,  Friday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Read to the Dog! 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Lucky the Reading Dog will be here on the last Friday of each month. Children may read to Lucky who is a very good listener. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Regis High School Football Game, 7pm, at Kennedy High School.
     
  • Santiam High School Football Game, 7pm, home game with Central Linn High School.
     
  • Human vs. Zombies, 6pm-7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. How long can you survive? Join us in the library after hours for this fun game! For kids ages grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 28,  Saturday


Ghost Tour and Chocolate Walk
5pm-9pm * The Brown House, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Follow a Victorian costumed guide for a candlelight walking tour of old town Stayton's ghostly past. This family friendly event will be accessible to curious people of all ages. Scheduled tours will begin at The Historic Charles and Martha Brown House on First Avenue at 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm and 8:15pm. The tour ends at the "Castle House" at the end of Third Avenue. Tickets must be purchased in advance for any of the eight individual tour times. No tickets will be available onsite.

Youíll hear about the mysteries surrounding the town, and learn about the ghosts who haunt our old buildings today. Staytonís history extends back to 1855, and some of those who were alive then may still be around today. The downtownís rich and extensive history holds tales of murder, betrayal, and ghosts. At the end of the tour, you can go shop downtown in the businesses which will be staying open late. Participating businesses will be decorated, and will have a piece of chocolate available for everyone with a ticket. At the end of the night, vote for your favorite decorations.

Tickets for the Ghost Tour and Chocolate walk are $15 with all proceeds benefiting the Friends of Old Town Stayton and the ongoing restoration of The Brown House. Tickets must be purchased in advance for any of the eight individual tour times. No tickets will be available onsite.

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Costume & Pumpkin Contests at Wolfgang's
Wolfgang's Thirst Parlor Tap House, 134 W Washington St, Stayton MAP>>

Celebrate Halloween at Wolfgang's. Best costume judging at 7pm, or bring a carved or decorated pumpkin for judging at 8pm. Prizes for winners! We'll have special Oktoberfest Beers and Food trucks - Baked and Loaded Potatoes, Hooked on Food - will be on site until 10pm.
 

  • Cascade High School Boys Cross Country Meet, time TBD, Oregon West Conference Championship at Cascade High School.
     
  • Stayton High School Boys Cross Country Meet, time TBD, Oregon West Conference Championship at Cascade High School.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 29,  Sunday
  •  5th-8th Grade Girls Open Gym, 6pm-8pm, Stayton High School Gym, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton. Stayton High School girls varsity assistant coach Wendi Nyquist is hosting open gym for girls in grades 5 thru 8 every Sunday in October. Sessions will include skills work and scrimmages. No fee or advance registration required, just show up. For questions you can contact Wendi at wendi.nyquist@gmail.com 
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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October 30,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary. Come in costume if you would like to!
     
  • Random Readers Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who want to read more challenging chapter books. This group meets on the last Monday of each month to discuss and choose books to read. The book for October is The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman. Come by our childrenís desk to sign up.  Sign-ups are not required but are highly recommended.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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October 31,  Tuesday

Halloween

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • Story Time - Monsters, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary. Come in costume if you would like to!
     
  • Story Time - Monsters, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary. Come in costume if you would like to!
     
  • Third Avenue Trick-or-Treating, 4pm-6pm, Third Avenue, Downtown Stayton. Several local businesses along Third Avenue will be ready with treats for 12 and under trick-or-treaters!
     
  • Aumsville Fire Station Open House and Trick-or-Treat, 5pm-8pm, Aumsville Fire Station, 490 Church Street, Aumsville. Volunteers will be on hand with candy!
     
  • Stayton Fire District Halloween Public Safety Open House, 5pm-8pm, Stayton Fire Station, 1988 W Ida Street, Stayton. Free popcorn and treats along with fun and safe activities for kids and parents in the Stayton Fire Station truck bay! Hosted by Stayton Fire District. Entrance is in the rear southeast corner of the station. No admission charge.  Past Photos>>
     
  • Lyons Fire Station Trick-or- Treating, 6pm-9pm, Lyons Fire Station, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Bring the kids by for a treat from our volunteers.
     
  • Trunk or Treat, 6:30pm-8pm, Turner Christian Church, 7871 Marion Rd SE, Turner. A safe place for children in a well lit church parking lot. Everyone is also welcome to come inside for harvest fun including games, refreshments and a devotion.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-9pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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November 2017
November 1,  Wednesday

All Saints Day

  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from the Salem Area Rotary about the Salem Riverfront Park Amphitheater Stage Project. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Stayton Red Hat Strutters Luncheon Meeting, 12pm, Sizzler Restaurant, 1151 Lancaster Dr., Salem. Hostess will be Liala Baylie, contact her at 503-302-6836 to make your reservation. If you wish to bring your Secret Sister a gift at the lunch be sure to place them in a brown paper bag with their name on it and place in the basket at the room door. We will also be celebrating Betty Trevenaís birthday. Hostesses for December 6th Christmas Luncheon will be Margie Forrest 503-859-3119 and Valorie Baxter 503-900-0051. Suggestions for places to hold the Christmas lunch and gift exchange would be appreciated. We will do a reveal of our Secret Sisters at the December luncheon. Potential new members and guest are always welcome, just contact the hostess for reservations and information.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Annual Haunted House, 6pm-8pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. MAP>>

    Appropriate for all ages. Either go through spooky for younger children if they don't like to get really scared, or go through scary for bigger kids and adults...if you dare! A fog machine and a laser will be in use. Admission price is $3 or 3 cans of food or nonperishable food items. Proceeds benefit Grange Hall upkeep and the Lyons Fire department annual toy and food drive. Scroll down for more dates through November 1st.
     
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November 2,  Thursday

All Souls Day

  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Coloring Group for Creativity and Comfort, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind and helps promote overall wellness. Join us for evening of coloring and relaxation. Ages 12 through adult, supplies provided. FREE, no registration necessary.
     
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November 3,  Friday
 

Stayton United Methodist Church Holiday Bazaar
9am-7pm *
Stayton UMC, 1450 Fern Ridge RD SE, Stayton MAP>> 

Handmade crafts and homemade foods that make beautiful holiday gifts for all ages. Everything is made locally and all proceeds go to charitable causes and mission work our area, State, Country and World. Admission is free; lunches are available from 11am-2pm at an affordable price.

www.staytonumc.org

Stayton UMC Spaghetti Dinner K-9 Fundraiser
5pm-7pm * Stayton UMC, 1450 Fern Ridge RD SE, Stayton MAP>> 

Join us for a delicious Spaghetti Dinner for a great cause! All free will donations received at tonight's dinner will go to help in support of the Stayton Police Department's K-9 Drug Dog Program.

www.staytonumc.org

The Importance of Being Earnest
Stayton High School Drama Production
Stayton High School Auditorium, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton MAP>>

Admission at the door is $5 for adults and $3 students or seniors. Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm. Encore performance Saturday night.

The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wildeís comedies. Itís the story of two bachelors, John ĎJackí Worthing and Algernon ĎAlgyí Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women, Gwendolen and Cecily who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become tangled in a tale of deception, disguise and misadventure.

Directed by Les Conley
Cast:
John ĎJackí Worthing - Gavin Twitchell, Sr.
Algernon ĎAlgyí Moncrieff - Simon Wiseman, So.
Gwendolen - Liberty Bundy, So.
Cecily - Madison Knox, Sr.
Lady Bracknell - Morgan Coulter, Jr
Miss Prism - Sheree Donohue, Sr.
Chasuble - Dylan Nix, Sr
Lane - Reese Padilla, Sr
Merriman - Colby Schafer, Sr
 

  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 4,  Saturday
 

Stayton United Methodist Church Holiday Bazaar
9am-2pm *
Stayton UMC, 1450 Fern Ridge RD SE, Stayton MAP>> 

Handmade crafts and homemade foods that make beautiful holiday gifts for all ages. Everything is made locally and all proceeds go to charitable causes and mission work in our area, State, Country and World. Admission is free; lunches are available from 11am-2pm at an affordable price.

www.staytonumc.org

Tap House Takeover
Wolfgang's Thirst Parlor Tap House
12pm-10pm * Wolfgang's, 134 W Washington St, Stayton MAP>>

Elysian Brewing will be on hand for a Tap House Take Over with lots of give-a-ways and prizes. And of course, they will be featuring fine craft beers, wine and ciders. Come on in and experience a great time with old friends, and make some new ones too. Donít forget to bring your growler for filling...

The Importance of Being Earnest
Stayton High School Drama Production
Stayton High School Auditorium, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton MAP>>

Admission at the door is $5 for adults and $3 students or seniors. Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm.

The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wildeís comedies. Itís the story of two bachelors, John ĎJackí Worthing and Algernon ĎAlgyí Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women, Gwendolen and Cecily who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become tangled in a tale of deception, disguise and misadventure.

Directed by Les Conley
Cast:
John ĎJackí Worthing - Gavin Twitchell, Sr.
Algernon ĎAlgyí Moncrieff - Simon Wiseman, So.
Gwendolen - Liberty Bundy, So.
Cecily - Madison Knox, Sr.
Lady Bracknell - Morgan Coulter, Jr
Miss Prism - Sheree Donohue, Sr.
Chasuble - Dylan Nix, Sr
Lane - Reese Padilla, Sr
Merriman - Colby Schafer, Sr
 

  • Stayton Annual Clean-Up Days, 9am-2pm, City of Stayton Shops, 1820 N First Avenue, Stayton. A second clean up day will also be held on December 9th. 

    Fall leaves means itís time for the Stayton Annual Clean-up Days. Stayton residents are responsible for all leaves and debris that fall on their property. Please do not place leaves or debris in the street as they can block drainage ways and cause flooding.

    The City of Stayton is offering disposal of yard debris, including leaves and brush, today at the City of Stayton Shops collection site. The only cost to you is a donation of canned food to be given to the Stayton Food Bank.

    Seniors who need assistance raking, bagging, or having their yard debris picked up and delivered to the drop-off site are asked to sign up in advance for help by contacting Stayton Public Works at (503) 769-2919.

    Clean up Days are being offered by the Stayton Public Works Department in cooperation with Republic Services, Foothills Church, Mountain View Church, Stayton Food Bank, and the Marion County Solid Waste Department.
     
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Turn your clocks back one hour
before going to bed!


November 5,  Sunday

Daylight Saving Time Ends at 2am


November 6,  Monday
  • The Abigail Scott Duniway Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) meeting, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton.

    DAR is a non-profit, non-political volunteer womenís service organization which has promoted historic preservation, education and patriotism since its formation in 1890.Visitors, especially ladies researching their Revolutionary War patriot ancestry, are always welcome. Refreshments will be served. For more information please call 503-769-5951 or email
    abigailscottduniway@gmail.com
     
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Book Bobs Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who are beginning to read chapter books. This group meets on the first Monday of each month. The book for November will be Tornado by Betsy Byars. Come by our childrenís desk to sign up.  Sign-ups are not required but are highly recommended.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
      
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November 7,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • St. Boniface Archives and Community Museum, Open 9am-12pm (first Tuesday of every month). St. Boniface Archives and Community Museum, 371 SE Main Street, Sublimity. No admission charge. Learn about Sublimity's history, and maybe even your own family genealogy, through archived documents, photos and conversation with knowledgeable volunteer staff. Coffee and cookies always available.

    The museum can be open on other days (except holidays) by special request. Contact Charlene Pietrok Pierce by phone or text at 503-508-0312 to schedule a request.
     
  • Story Time - , 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - , 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 8,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Speaker will be Kate Taylor of One Love Cellars. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
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November 9,  Thursday
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 10,  Friday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 11,  Saturday

Veterans Day

Stayton United Methodist Church Holiday Bazaar
9am-2pm *
Stayton UMC, 1450 Fern Ridge RD SE, Stayton MAP>> 

Handmade crafts and homemade foods that make beautiful holiday gifts for all ages. Everything is made locally and all proceeds go to charitable causes and mission work in our area, State, Country and World. Admission is free; lunches are available from 11am-2pm at an affordable price.

www.staytonumc.org


November 12,  Sunday
November 13,  Monday
  • Art Club at the Library, 3:30pmm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. For ages 5 and up. Participants limited to first 20. Sign up required at the Library or call 503-769-3313. Art Club is every 2nd Monday.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Lyons Fire District Board Meeting, 7pm, Lyons Fire Station, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 14,  Tuesday

World Diabetes Day
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • Marion County Commissionerís Breakfast, 7:30am, Covered Bridge Cafť, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton.  A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public.
     
  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 15,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
  • Canyon Senior Center Free Holiday Community Dinner, 12pm, Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 236 SW Broadway, Mill City.

    The Canyon Senior Center would like to thank the community for all the support that we have received for our recycling programs by hosting this Holiday Dinner. The dinner will be served at the Presbyterian Church fellowship hall. The dinner is open to all members of the community. Reservations are required, please call 503-897-4176 or 503-897-2071. There is no charge for the dinner, however donations will be welcome.
     

  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     

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November 16,  Thursday
  • Rock the Blocks Lego Club, 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our Legos! We have Legos  just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. Lego Club meets 3rd Thursday of the month.
     
  • North Santiam School Board meeting, 6pm, This Regular Session of the School Board will be held at the District Office, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity is available for public comment during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 17,  Friday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 18,  Saturday

Mary Flower and the BBQ Boys
KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

This is Mary Flower's second time at Trexler Farm. An internationally known and award-winning picker, singer/songwriter and teacher, the Midwest native relocated from Denver to the vibrant Portland, Oregon music scene in 2004. She continues to please crowds and critics at folk festivals, teaching seminars and concert stages domestically and abroad.

A finalist in 2000 and 2002 at the National Finger Picking Guitar Championship, a nominee in 2008, 2012 and 2016 for a Blues Foundation Blues Music Award, and many times a Cascade Blues Assn. Muddy Award winner, Flower embodies a luscious and lusty mix of rootsy, acoustic-blues guitar and vocal styles that span a number of idioms Ė from Piedmont to the Mississippi Delta, with stops in ragtime, swing, folk and hot jazz.

Last year she came solo but this year Mary returns with one of several groups she plays and records with. The BBQ Boys are a 4 piece Jazz, blues and jug band that has performed with many well known artists such as Jim Kweskin, Geoff Muldaur, Maria Muldaur, John Sebastian, David Grisman, Dan Hicks and Mary Flower. They have played venues including: San Franciscoís Great American Music Hall, The Roots and Rhythm Festival in Providence,R.I., Club 47 in MA, The Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland,OR and The National Jug Band Jubilee in Louisville, KY. In 2013 they joined forces with Mary Flower as a jazz and blues infected jug band (sans jug) and have created new masterpieces of old standbys and originals by Mary and Spud, adding rich harmonies and searing solos. Mary Flower Website>>

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Dinner at Trexler Farm is available prior to all shows by advance reservation only (not included in show ticket price). Seating begins at 5pm. The Chef's Menu varies each show but includes full entrťe, salad and dessert buffet, and non alcoholic beverage. Beer and wine are also available for purchase at dinner and during the show. Sharlene Trexler always prepares a creative and delicious menu. You can make your reservations, as well as get pricing and menu information, by calling 503-859-4488 or email trexlerfarm@wvi.com  Seating is limited so reserve as early as possible!

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, bake sale, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee and soda. Free admission and parking. Vendor Registration Information>>
     
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November 19,  Sunday
November 20,  Monday
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 1pm-6pm, Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton. Appointments are encouraged by calling 1-800-733-2767 or contact Stayton Community Blood Drive Coordinator Carolyn Sunderman by phone or text at 503-580-8318. Walk-in's are also welcome and will be scheduled at the door.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
      
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November 21,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 


November 22,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 23,  Thursday

Thanksgiving Day


November 24,  Friday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 25,  Saturday
November 26,  Sunday
November 27,  Monday
  • Random Readers Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who want to read more challenging chapter books. This group meets on the last Monday of each month to discuss and choose books to read. The book for November is. Come by our childrenís desk to sign up.  Sign-ups are not required but are highly recommended.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 28,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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November 29,  Wednesday
  • Tai Chi Class, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Practice the art of Tai Chi for improved heath and balance. No special equipment is required and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are taught by certified instructor Wendy Stone and are $5 per class drop in rate, or very low cost long term plans.
     
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November 30, Thursday

December 2017
December 1,  Friday
December 2,  Saturday
 

45th Annual Stayton
Christmas and Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * Stayton Middle School, 1021 Shaff Rd, Stayton. MAP>> 

 

Over 100 vendor booths will pack the Stayton Middle School's gym, cafeteria, and hallways for this favorite local holiday tradition. Free admission ~ Free Door Prizes! ~ Free Bazaar Bucks!

Be sure to look for Santa's special mailbox set up by Stayton Friends of the Library booth with a writing space for kids. All letters will be displayed on staytonevents.com to make sure he sees them!

A treasure trove of Christmas charm. If someone can make it, it is probably here. Crocheted hats and scarves, doll clothes, human clothes, jewelry, fly rods, jam, pickles, wood carvings, custom art, painted rocks, stuffed animals, signs, post cards, stationary, fudge, jerky, Party Lite, Charmsation, Beauticontrol, Pampered Chief, Tupperware, Mary Kay, Thirty One, Scentsy, skin care products, glass cubes, Christmas Ornaments and yard decorations, stained glass, candles, lockets, leather work, wreaths, tote bags, tea, dips, spices, books and quilts... the list goes on and on. Food, coffee and pastries available on site so come get lunch and do some Christmas shopping to find that unique gift.

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December 3,  Sunday
December 4,  Monday
  • The Abigail Scott Duniway Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) meeting, 10am, The Brown House, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton.

    DAR is a non-profit, non-political volunteer womenís service organization which has promoted historic preservation, education and patriotism since its formation in 1890.Visitors, especially ladies researching their Revolutionary War patriot ancestry, are always welcome. Refreshments will be served. For more information please call 503-769-5951 or email
    abigailscottduniway@gmail.com
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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December 5,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • St. Boniface Archives and Community Museum, Open 9am-12pm (first Tuesday of every month). St. Boniface Archives and Community Museum, 371 SE Main Street, Sublimity. No admission charge. Learn about Sublimity's history, and maybe even your own family genealogy, through archived documents, photos and conversation with knowledgeable volunteer staff. Coffee and cookies always available.

    The museum can be open on other days (except holidays) by special request. Contact Charlene Pietrok Pierce by phone or text at 503-508-0312 to schedule a request.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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December 6,  Wednesday
December 7,  Thursday
December 8,  Friday

December 9,  Saturday
  • Stayton Annual Clean-Up Day, 9am-2pm, City of Stayton Shops, 1820 N First Avenue, Stayton.

    Fall leaves means itís time for the Stayton Annual Clean-up Days. Stayton residents are responsible for all leaves and debris that fall on their property. Please do not place leaves or debris in the street as they can block drainage ways and cause flooding.

    The City of Stayton is offering disposal of yard debris, including leaves and brush, today at the City of Stayton Shops collection site. The only cost to you is a donation of canned food to be given to the Stayton Food Bank.

    Seniors who need assistance raking, bagging, or having their yard debris picked up and delivered to the drop-off site are asked to sign up in advance for help by contacting Stayton Public Works at (503) 769-2919.

    Clean up Days are being offered by the Stayton Public Works Department in cooperation with Republic Services, Foothills Church, Mountain View Church, Stayton Food Bank, and the Marion County Solid Waste Department.
     
  • Aumsville Christmas Tree Lighting Event, 4pm-6pm, Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville (new location this year). Community gathering begins at 4pm with music, caroling, hot cocoa and cookies. Santa is sure to make a visit to hear those Christmas wishes and smile for the cameras. The tree lighting will happen at 6pm. Free admission, but attendees are requested to bring a can of food for the local food bank.
     
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December 10,  Sunday
December 11,  Monday
 

Stayton High School Winter Concert
7pm * Stayton High School Auditorium, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton MAP>>

The Stayton High School bands and choirs present their annual winter concert. The groups performing include the Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, Girls Choir, and full Concert Choir. Near the end of the show, the audience will be invited to sing holiday carols along with the combined band and choirs. Doors open at 6:30pm with performance curtain at 7pm. Admission charge is one can of food (or more) per person for the school's holiday food drive. There will be a traditional refreshments/bake sale in the foyer during intermission.

Also at intermission, the drawing for the staytonevents.com GOLDEN TICKET winner will take place. Make sure you have your raffle tickets in support of the SHS Band Department! Click the link for full staytonevents.com GOLDEN TICKET raffle information>>
 

  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Lyons Fire District Board Meeting, 7pm, Lyons Fire Station, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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December 12,  Tuesday
 

Menís Fraternity Program
33 Series: A Man and His Design
6am-7:15am * Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton MAP>>

Men of all ages are invited to attend. With Godís help we are strengthening the leadership of families in the Santiam Canyon. Free breakfast and great fellowship are offered. Come see what itís all about.

Menís Fraternity is a non-profit organization originated by Robert Lewis in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a way to help men take leadership roles in their families by rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility, leading courageously, and seeking Godís greater reward.  In its eleventh year in this community, the program this fall is ď33 Series:  A Man and His Design.Ē This eight week series (Oct 24th-Dec 12th) is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in his 33 years on earth. For questions about the local Men's Fraternity Program contact Mike Jaeger at 503-769-7324 or jaegerm@columbiabank.com 
 

  • Marion County Commissionerís Breakfast, 7:30am, Covered Bridge Cafť, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton.  A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public.
     
  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

December 13,  Wednesday
December 14,  Thursday
  • North Santiam School Board meeting, 6pm, This Regular Session of the School Board will be held at the District Office, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity is available for public comment during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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December 15,  Friday
December 16,  Saturday

December 17,  Sunday
December 18,  Monday
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

December 19,  Tuesday
December 20,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

December 21,  Thursday

First Day of Winter


December 22,  Friday
December 23,  Saturday

December 24,  Sunday

Christmas Eve


December 25,  Monday

Christmas Day


December 26,  Tuesday
  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
      
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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December 27,  Wednesday
December 28,  Thursday
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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December 29,  Friday

December 30,  Saturday

Gerle Haggard - KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

Gerle Haggard Band - If this sounds a bit like a play on words implying Merle Haggard, youíre exactly right. This 8 piece all woman Haggard tribute band gets it right with their music. Their first time in to Trexler Farm, this will be a great show to do your pre New Year's celebrating. Gerle Haggard Band brings the best of Merle Haggardís timeless music to audiences whoíve been loving songs like Mama Tried, Misery and Gin and Working Man Blues for nearly five decades, as well as introducing these and many more of Haggardís classics to a whole new audience. This eight-piece ensemble features a terrific line-up of musicians who weave beautiful instrumentation, tight harmonies and a big heap of showmanship into a full-throttled entertainment event. Gerle Haggard Band Website>>

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Pre-Show Dinner Available

Dinner at Trexler Farm is available prior to all shows by advance reservation only (not included in show ticket price). Seating begins at 5pm. The Chef's Menu varies each show but includes full entrťe, salad and dessert buffet, and non alcoholic beverage. Beer and wine are also available for purchase at dinner and during the show. Sharlene Trexler always prepares a creative and delicious menu. You can make your reservations, as well as get pricing and menu information, by calling 503-859-4488 or email trexlerfarm@wvi.com  Seating is limited so reserve as early as possible!


December 31,  Sunday


January 2018
January 1,  Monday
 

January 20,  Saturday
 

True North - KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

Full show information coming soon!

Individual tickets for this show go on sale approximately 90 days before show date.

Full announcements, show information, and individual show tickets, will be available on the Local Area Calendar of Events at www.staytonevents.com  Check back frequently for ongoing updates. You can also join our emailing list for event weekly update reminders by emailing us at staytonevents@wvi.com 
 


January 31,  Wednesday
February 2018
February 1,  Thursday
 

February 17,  Saturday
 

Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally
KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

Full show information coming soon!

Individual tickets for this show go on sale approximately 90 days before show date.

Full announcements, show information, and individual show tickets, will be available on the Local Area Calendar of Events at www.staytonevents.com  Check back frequently for ongoing updates. You can also join our emailing list for event weekly update reminders by emailing us at staytonevents@wvi.com 
 


February 28,  Wednesday

March 2018

March 1,  Thursday
 
 

March 24,  Saturday
 

Midnight Serenaders - KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

Full show information coming soon!

Individual tickets for this show go on sale approximately 90 days before show date.

Full announcements, show information, and individual show tickets, will be available on the Local Area Calendar of Events at www.staytonevents.com  Check back frequently for ongoing updates. You can also join our emailing list for event weekly update reminders by emailing us at staytonevents@wvi.com 
 


March 31,  Saturday


April 2018

April 1,  Sunday
 

April 21,  Saturday
 

Farmstrong with Jim Faddis
KYAC Concert Series
7pm * Trexler Farm, 20146 Ferry Road SE, Stayton OR MAP>>
$20 in advance, $25 at the door (if available)
Limited general seating in an intimate music venue.

Full show information coming soon!

Individual tickets for this show go on sale approximately 90 days before show date.

Full announcements, show information, and individual show tickets, will be available on the Local Area Calendar of Events at www.staytonevents.com  Check back frequently for ongoing updates. You can also join our emailing list for event weekly update reminders by emailing us at staytonevents@wvi.com 
 


April 30,  Monday

May 2018

May 1,  Tuesday
 
 

May 31,  Thursday

June 2018

June 1,  Friday
 
 

June 30,  Saturday

 
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Local Organizations

 

Contact us NOW about getting your organizations informational blurb posted below for 2017.

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Stayton Area Rotary Club

The Stayton Area Rotary Club is comprised of professional people (working and retired) of good character and strong integrity, who are interested in serving the community and enjoying fellowship together. Regularly scheduled Wednesday meeting information can be found on the calendar of events, guests are welcome. Membership is by invitation. To learn more about the membership process contact President Jennifer Niegel at 503-769-7741, any other club member, or send an email expressing your interest to staytonarearotary@gmail.com 

2017

 

Aumsville Community Theatre

We are a small local theatre group run by and for community members. Join our theatre family! Actors and volunteers of many types welcome and needed. Performances are currently held at The Schoolhouse Theatre in Stayton. For more information contact President Shannon Rempel at aumsvillecommunitytheatre@hotmail.com  or visit their website>>.

2017

 

Santiam Hearts to Arts

A foundation for the preservation and perpetuation of the arts in the Santiam Canyon. We accomplish this by educating, informing and involving our diverse community. Currently based in the Canyon Arts Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City, we focus on supporting the Santiam Canyon Community Chorus, KYAC Community Radio, local Arts Education, and community cultural events. For information on our organization or one of our programs contact President Tom Peters at 503-897-6397. www.santiamh2a.org 

2017

 

Santiam Heritage Foundation

Dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the historic Charles and Martha Brown House at 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. Contact treasurer Carol Zolkowske at 503-769-8860 or President Wendy Stone at cmbrownhouse@gmail.com  Visit www.brownhouse.org 

2017

   

Stayton Lions Club

Local civic organization that provides children's eye exams and glasses, sponsors food drives, coordinates 4th of July Fireworks and helps with other community activities. Annual barkdust sale is our largest fundraiser. The Stayton Lions Club meets at noon every first and third Tuesday, September through mid July. Meeting information can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events. Interested in the Stayton Lions Club? Contact President Glenn Hilton at 503-769-9010 or nsantiamfs@wvi.com 

2017

 

Friends of Old Town Stayton

Nonprofit Corporation comprised of business members and citizens working to improve and revitalize Stayton's downtown core, focusing on Third Avenue. The group is using strategies developed by, and with the assistance of, the Oregon Main Street program to guide their mission. Committees include: Economic Vitality, Promotion, Organization and Design. For inquiries of interest in the group, or one of the subcommittees, contact Secretary Skip Neill at 503-871-8154. FOTS website>> 

2017

 

Stayton Friends
of the Library

Organization dedicated to supporting Stayton Public Library programs through volunteer fundraising efforts. New member volunteers are always welcome to help staff semi-annual book sales, Friends of the Library Used Book Store, and other events. If you are interested in joining FOL please contact Carol Tabor at 503-769-8886 or staytonfol@gmail.com or visit their website>>

2017

 

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary

The volunteer Auxiliary administers an annual Medically Oriented Scholarship Program and supports and assists the hospital, and the various departments in the hospital, which can make requests for supplies and equipment they might need for improvements.

The Auxiliary currently has four major fundraising activities including: Easter Tulip Sale; Harvest Festival Breakfast; Fall Fashion Show; Christmas Poinsettia Sale. They also operate the Auxiliary Gift Shop located on the main floor of the hospital. The Auxiliary is always interested in any suggestions to improve the Auxiliary or for new fund raising ideas.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Auxiliary please contact President, Char Bartosz at 503-749-2910 or Vice President, Mary Lou Hazelwood at 503-769-5685 or email staytonaux@yahoo.com  Meetings are held quarterly and can be found posted on the local area calendar of events. Dues are $10 per year or $100 for a lifetime membership.

2017

 

Aumsville Historical Society

The Aumsville Historical Society works at providing a museum for the preservation of our history and to make this information available to the community. The Aumsville Museum & History Center is located at 599 Main Street in Aumsville and is open Saturdays 11am to 2pm April thru October. Meeting information of the Aumsville Historical Society can be found posted on the local area calendar of events.

For inquiries of the Aumsville Historical Society contact President Ted Shepard at 503-749-2744 or tlshep@wvi.com or visit their website>>

2017

 

Sublimity Quilters

Organized in 1978, Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly throughout the year making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. Meeting notices are posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events. New members are welcome. For questions contact Edna Rickman at 503-769-6459, or stop in at a weekly meeting.

2017

 

Stayton Boy Scouts Troop 50

Committed to service in the Stayton Area - with over 250 hours donated to the community every year. Meetings are held at St Mary Elementary School, 1066 N 6th Avenue, Stayton and can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events. For inquiries about Troop 50 contact Scout Master Corey Benson at cbenson@farmersagent.com or 503-851-1677.  Stayton Troop 50 Website>>

2017

 

Friends of the
Stayton Pool

A volunteer501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization dedicated to promoting community use of the Stayton Family Memorial Pool and sponsoring fund-raising for program and facility enhancement. Donations, volunteers and new members are always welcome. Membership requires an annual fee and registration. Membership Form>> Meetings are held monthly and can be found posted on the local area calendar of events. Meeting attendance is not obligatory and a request for help in activities is purely voluntary. Contact President Jack Burnett at jhacjack@comcast.net 

2017

 


Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

A non-profit, non-political volunteer womenís service organization that continues to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism since its formation in 1890.

Members of Abigail Scott Duniway Chapter, support and recognize youth, first responders, active duty military, and veterans groups; promote literacy and citizenship for children and adults; and actively engage in conservation, preservation of historic places, genealogical research, and patriotic events.

The chapter meets at the Brown House, 425 N First Ave, Stayton on the first Monday of each month September through May.  Meetings and organization activities can be found posted on the local area calendar of events.

Any woman 18 years or older may join the DAR by documenting her lineage to an ancestor, either male or female, who aided the cause of American independence. Chapter volunteers are available to help you research and complete your genealogy in order to apply for membership. For more info email abigailscottduniway@gmail.com 

DAR website>>

2017

   

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515 N First Avenue
Stayton, OR 97383
503-769-3313
 
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