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2019 Events Ticket Tally
223 event tickets sold
 18 fundraiser units sold
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2018 Events Ticket Tally
1,221 event tickets sold
28 fundraiser units sold
$22,064 to local groups

2017 Events Ticket Tally
1,078 event tickets sold
443 fundraising units sold
$20,825 to local groups

2016 Events Ticket Tally
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$17,579 to local groups

2015 Events Ticket Tally
881 event tickets sold
$12,624 to local groups

2014 Events Ticket Tally
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$7,099 to local groups

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Photo Archives

 

Photo Archive - August 2018
Sublimity First Tuesday
 


Photo Archive - August 2018
The Tempest

 


Photo Archive - December 2017
Letters to Santa

 


Photo Archive - June 2017
NW Extreme Truck Challenge

  


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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2019 Santiam Gallery of Photography
Photography Exhibition and Contest

Rules and Entry Form>>

staytonevents.com announces our third, Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photography Exhibition and Contest. This 2019 edition of the Gallery includes some exciting changes including exhibitions at multiple locations and events, and changes to the entry and judging rules. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities from professional to student. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the new rules and entry form now.

Update: Exhibitions at Stayton 4th of July Celebration and Sublimity First Tuesday in the Park (August) are now confirmed, with other events yet to be announced.

Local  Obituaries

Betty N. Johnson
services 5/29/2019

Marion J. Frichtl
services 5/24/2019

Lorene Claire Halstead
services 8/3/2019

Cheryl May Jones

Frank Turrey

Issiah G. De Leon Jeffers

Danny R. Hilton

Joyce L. Huckins

Betty L. Burroughs

Bennie Silbernagel

Winogene "Gene" Oaks

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May 2019

May 23,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Maker Lab: Bots!, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Come explore the world of simple programmable robots with Cubelets and Ozobots!  Although this program is best for third grade and up, younger ages are welcome with adult supervision. Materials used for this program made possible by LSTA/IMLS and the Independence Public Library.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
      
  • Kathleen Dean Moore - Stayton Public Library Author Visit Series, 7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kathleen Dean Moore is a philosopher, writer, and environmental activist from Oregon State University. Her recent works are on the moral issues of climate change. A reception for the author will accompany the presentation.

    The Stayton Public Library’s speaking events are made possible by Stayton Friends of the Library.
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda and meeting packet>>
     
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May 24,  Friday

Local Garage Sales
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Big Family Garage Sale
9am-4pm * 248 N. Center St. Sublimity MAP>>

Lots of good deals!!

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  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
      
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May 25,  Saturday

Local Garage Sales
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Big Family Garage Sale
8am-4pm * 248 N. Center St. Sublimity MAP>>

Lots of good deals!!

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  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
      
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May 26,  Sunday


May 27,  Monday

Memorial Day

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
      
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May 28,  Tuesday

  • Family Storytimes, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Come explore the world of early literacy through songs and rhythms, stories and rhymes. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Undercover Storytimes, 3pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for secret stories and activities and maybe find your “just right” book. This program is for school age children.
     
  • 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>>
      
  • 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 & Two Public Hearings, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. The first public hearing is on the update to the City’s Transportation System Plan.  The second public hearing is for an application for annexation of a property on E Jefferson Street. The Commission will also be discussing two requests for extension of approvals granted last June. 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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May 29,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader will give a Congressional update. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 3pm-6pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     
  • Book Discussion - "Love and Other Consolation Prizes", 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is Love and Other Consolation Prizes by Jamie Ford.
     
  • Scio Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Scio City Hall, 38597 NW First Avenue, Scio. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project Review Meeting, 5:30pm-7:30pm, Gates Fire Hall, 140 E Sorbin Street, Gates.

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is hosting public meetings to review the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), answer questions, and collect comments. Another meeting will be in Stayton on June 4th. The Corps will release the draft EIS on May 24, 2019.

    The overall objective of the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project is to enhance downstream passage for populations of Upper Willamette River spring Chinook salmon and winter steelhead listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, in accordance with the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2008 Willamette Valley Project Biological Opinion.

    The draft EIS assesses alternatives for meeting this objective including each alternatives' impacts on the physical, biological, cultural, and socioeconomic environment. The draft EIS also presents the Corps' preferred project alternative.

    The Corps will review and incorporate public input before finalizing and issuing the final Environmental Impact Statement in spring 2020.

    The Corps is accepting comments for the draft EIS starting May 24, 2019 for a 60-day public comment period that ends July 23, 2019.

    Comments may be submitted electronically, by mail, or in person at a public meeting. Detroit.fish.passage@usace.army.mil

    Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project
    Draft Environmental Impact Statement Comments
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Attn: PM-E, Kelly Janes
    PO Box 2946
    Portland, OR 97208-2946

    These public meetings focus only on the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project. Please visit our website to learn more about other ongoing concurrent studies in the Willamette Valley and related engagement opportunities.

    To learn more about the project and/or download the draft report, visit the Downstream Fish Passage Project website: http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil/Willamette/Detroit-fish-passage.

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May 30,  Thursday

Free Community Health Screening

4pm-7pm * Hosted by Santiam Hospital
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Community Center
1077 N Sixth Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Join us for FREE health screenings and activities for the whole family!

  • Blood Sugar Checks

  • Blood Pressure Checks

  • Coupon for free cholesterol screening at the hospital

  • Smoking cessation tips

  • Stress reduction tips

  • Community resources

  • Stretching activities on the hour

  • Overview of alcohol consumption plus signs and symptoms of abuse

  • Nutrition and diabetes information

  • Preschool information

  • Ideas and activities to make sure your child is ready for kindergarten

How to Proactively
Manage Your Health

Fatima Baar PA-C will be giving a presentation at 6pm with a question & answer period after. Plus drinks, snacks and a chance to win prizes!


 

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • CERT Training Classes, Stayton Calvary Lutheran Church downstairs, 198 Fern Ridge Stayton. Register in advance online here>>

    CERT (community emergency response team) of Stayton and Sublimity training begins May 30th. Classes are every Monday and Thursdays from 6:30pm - 9:30pm. Recruiting for both adults and teens. Must attend all 8 classes and the final simulator disaster on Saturday.  Be prepared before it's too late and a disaster strikes! 8 different topics covered.  

    Disaster Preparedness 

    Fire Safety and Utility Controls 

    Disaster Medical Operations part 1

    Disaster Medical Operations part 2

    Light Search and Rescue

    Cert organizations (NIMS, ICS)

    Disaster Psychology (for the victim and rescuer)

    Cert and Terrorism
     

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     

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May 31,  Friday

  • Baby Time!, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Give baby a taste for early literacy through movement, songs, rhymes and play. This program is intended for infants up to 18 months and their caregivers.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
      
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June 2019

June 1,  Saturday


30th Annual Santiam Hospital
Fun Run & Health Walk
Registration/Check-In from 7:30am to 8:30am - Race at 9am
Santiam Hospital, 1401 N 10th Ave, Stayton MAP>> 

Online Registration>>

Printable Registration Form>>

*Register by May 20th to order t-shirts*
High Quality Shirts provided by Parsons Designs

3K, 5K, 10K Runs & 5k Walk

Chip timing provided by Eclectic Edge Racing. Prizes awarded to first place male and female runners in all age divisions. Keepsake prizes to all finishers. Two $150 Stayton Sports Gift Cards raffled to entrants (must be present to win). Come join us for health and fun! Kids zone with snow cones, bouncy house and face painting. Adults enjoy fresh fruit & scones, coffee, smoothies... and even a complimentary beer sample from Snow Peak Brewing!(21 and over only*ID Required*). While waiting for the awards after the course closes at 10:30am, listen to music, visit the food truck and stop by the staytonevents.com booth and spin our prize wheel for a treat! You won't want to miss this 30th Annual Fun Run! 

 Past event photos: 2007 photos>>   2008 photos>>  2015 video>>

June 1,  Saturday

82nd Annual Marion County
Lamb & Wool Show


8am-3pm * Turner Elementary School, 7800 School Street, Turner MAP>>

A day of fun with 4-H & FFA events and breeding project animals, wool animals and market lambs. The Show also includes craft vendors, food vendors, an ice cream vendor, wool/fiber classes, a local spinning club and a quilters group. Again this year - the day will start with the children's classes - Most Beautiful Lamb, young Herdsman and Young Market Lamb classes - for children under the age of 10. All events are held at the Turner Elementary School and there is no admission or parking charge. Website>>

Days Schedule:

  • 7:30am - Lamb Weigh-in & Registration Begins

  • 9am -  Lambs in Pens - Lamb Show Registration Ends

  • 9:30am - Grand Marshall Recognition and Gary Bates Scholarship awarded.

  • 9:30am - Children’s Special Classes followed by Lamb Judging with Breed show & then market classes.

  • 11am - Turner Parade starts - Main Street

  • Following Parade - Lamb Showmanship (4-H & FFA only)

  • 2:30pm - Lamb club/chapter Championship

  • 3pm - Silent Auction Ends

  • 3pm - Best of Club / Chapter Lamb Trophy Awards
     

  • Marion County Dog Shelter Volunteer Orientation, 9am-10am, Marion County Dog Shelter, 3550 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem. Marion County Dog Shelter is always looking for volunteers who are committed, responsible, and truly care about saving and enriching the lives of homeless dogs. The Dog Shelter offers a range of volunteer opportunities. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and those under the age of 18 are required to provide a signed parental consent form.  Orientations are held at the shelter the first Saturday of the month. Space is limited to only 15 people. Interested MCDS volunteers are required to complete and submit an online application prior to attending attend the volunteer orientation and training. Find more information and the online application here>>
     
  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Santiam Masonic Lodge #2525 AF&AM Strawberry Feed and Open House, 1pm, Santiam Masonic Lodge, 123 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Cost for a huge bowl of berries with cake and whip cream will be $5. Proceeds go to support building restoration.
     
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June 2,  Sunday


June 3,  Monday

  • Motion Monday, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Get up and move to the beat of our favorite children’s tunes!  This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 4,  Tuesday

  • 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.
     
  • Family Storytimes, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Come explore the world of early literacy through songs and rhythms, stories and rhymes. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Undercover Storytimes, 3pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for secret stories and activities and maybe find your “just right” book. This program is for school age children.
     
  • Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project Review Meeting, 5:30pm-7:30pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton.

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is hosting public meetings to review the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), answer questions, and collect comments. The Corps will release the draft EIS on May 24, 2019.

    The overall objective of the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project is to enhance downstream passage for populations of Upper Willamette River spring Chinook salmon and winter steelhead listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, in accordance with the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2008 Willamette Valley Project Biological Opinion.

    The draft EIS assesses alternatives for meeting this objective including each alternatives' impacts on the physical, biological, cultural, and socioeconomic environment. The draft EIS also presents the Corps' preferred project alternative.

    The Corps will review and incorporate public input before finalizing and issuing the final Environmental Impact Statement in spring 2020.

    The Corps is accepting comments for the draft EIS starting May 24, 2019 for a 60-day public comment period that ends July 23, 2019.

    Comments may be submitted electronically, by mail, or in person at a public meeting. Detroit.fish.passage@usace.army.mil

    Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project
    Draft Environmental Impact Statement Comments
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Attn: PM-E, Kelly Janes
    PO Box 2946
    Portland, OR 97208-2946

    These public meetings focus only on the Detroit Downstream Fish Passage Project. Please visit our website to learn more about other ongoing concurrent studies in the Willamette Valley and related engagement opportunities.

    To learn more about the project and/or download the draft report, visit the Downstream Fish Passage Project website: http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil/Willamette/Detroit-fish-passage.
     
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June 5,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Roger Cheng, Santiam High School exchange student from Taiwan. 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, 12pm, Moxieberry Café, 429 N. Third Avenue, Stayton. Sharon Teixeira will be the hostess, call her at 503-557-9765 to make your reservations or if you have questions. The theme for the day will be “Hats of Another Color”, instead of the customary  red hat you are to wear a hat of another fun color. The public is invited to attend just be sure to make a reservation. We will help Jeannie Brundidge celebrate her birthday. If you wish to join the club or need more information please contact Margie Forrest 503-859-3119 or Jean Evett 503-859-2563, there are no dues, only requirement is if you are 50 or under wear a pink hat and lavender clothes and if you are over 50 wear a red hat and purple clothes. The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month.
     
  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 3pm-6pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     
  • Santiam Heritage Foundation Meeting, 6pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Anyone interested in supporting the ongoing restoration efforts of the historic Brown House is invited to attend.
     
  • Free Workshop - Keeping Your Home and Property Safe from Wildfire, 6pm-8pm, Stayton Fire Station Conference Room, 1988 W Ida Street, Stayton. This workshop is free but advance registration is required. Register Online>>

    The Whitewater fire in 2017 and the Santiam Park fire in March of 2019 may make landowners and residents nervous about the upcoming dry weather of summer.  We live in a fire-prone environment, but there are effective practices for minimizing impacts of fire in your neighborhood. Do you want to know how you can give your home and property the best chance to survive it?

    The session will be led by OSU Extension Forester Glenn Ahrens, joined by representatives from Oregon Department of Forestry, the Stayton Fire Department, and the Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District. For questions contact Jean Bremer at jean.bremer@oregonstate.edu or 503-655-8631.

    Presentation, discussion, and reference material will cover:

    • Fire-wise practices for creating defensible space around homes and buildings.
    • Thinning, pruning, and groundcover management practices to reduce fire hazards in woodlands.
    • Community Wildfire Protection Planning for neighborhoods.
    • Making a plan for your family to escape in the case of wildfire
    • Sources of assistance for assessing risk, planning and implementing fuels reduction and other treatments to reduce hazards.
    • Sources of financial assistance and cost-sharing opportunities for fuels reduction.
       
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June 6,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 7,  Friday

  • Baby Time!, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Give baby a taste for early literacy through movement, songs, rhymes and play. This program is intended for infants up to 18 months and their caregivers.
     
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12:30pm-5:30pm, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1077 N Sixth Avenue, Stayton. Appointments are encouraged by calling 503-769-2656 or visiting www.redcrossblood.org (use sponsor code: ImaccStayton) or contact blood drive coordinator Ramon at bulletin@immacstayton.org Walk-ins are also welcome and will be scheduled at the door.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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June 8,  Saturday

Pick Up Some Trash Day
Second Saturday's
Any Time * Anywhere

Pick up some trash today anywhere you might see it and dispose of it properly.
If today doesn't work for you, tomorrow's good too.

Just Pick It.

June 8,  Saturday


Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
9th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville MAP>>

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, artisans, yummy snacks, yard art, food trucks and more! Always something for everyone. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

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Vendor registration available now. 12x12 spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 9,  Sunday

  • Historic Charles and Martha Brown House Open For Tours, 12pm-2pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. The Brown house will be open for guided or self-guided tours. Volunteers will be available for guided tours and provide the history of the house and the families who have lived there. Self guided wandering is also appropriate. No admission charge.
     
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June 10,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 11,  Tuesday


June 12,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Jim Kesey, author of "A Good Place To Die". Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Lyons Garden Club Meeting, 1pm, Lyons Fire Department Conference room, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Guest speaker for the meeting will be Sharon Frey of Frey’s Dahlias. Hostess will be Cynthia Woodruff and Jean Evett. June birthday celebration will be held for Valorie Baxter. If you would like to join the club or have questions please contact John Hollensteiner 503-508-5913 or Cheryl Cappelletti at 503-767-3348. The garden club does not hold meetings in July and August for the summer months. Meetings will resume on September 11th.
     
  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 3pm-6pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     
  • Dungeons & Dragons, 5:30pm-7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. First timers or experienced players welcome! For ages 12 thru adult.
     
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June 13,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Family Summer Reading Kick-Off Party, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Help us LAUNCH our Summer Reading Program and come to our kick-off party for "A Universe of Stories" countdown to blast-off... 3-2-1!
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 14,  Friday

  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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June 15,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 16,  Sunday

Father's Day


June 17,  Monday

  • Eagle Youth Girls Basketball Camp, 9am-11:30am - June 17th through June 20th. Stayton High School Gym, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton.

    The Eagle girls camp will be conducted by Girls High School Coach Wendi Nyquist and team members. All girls ages incoming 3rd thru 8th grade who are interested in the game of basketball are encouraged to attend. Cost is $40 per person and includes a camp t-shirt. Advance registration encouraged or sign up at the door. All proceeds benefit the Stayton High School Girls Basketball Program. For more information check the Registration Form>>
     

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     

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June 18,  Tuesday

  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 10am-12pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     
  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Marketplace at the Grove, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Make Your Own T-Shirt Day, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Make your own Summer Reading shirt. Bring a light-colored t-shirt to decorate. Limited number of backups available. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
      
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June 19,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Jason Cox of Santiam State Forestry from 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 
     
  • Paws to Read, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Share stories with Willow the therapy dog. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Let's Go Fly a Kite, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A Leap into Science Workshop. Build a kite and make it fly! Test out the portable wind tunnel. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
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June 20,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 10am-12pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     

  • Oregon Reptile Man, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Oregon Reptile Man, Richard Ritchey, is back with his hands-on look at reptiles. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 21,  Friday

  • Cupcake Wars, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A long time ago in a bakery far far away, teens set out to make the best space themed cupcakes. Join us for a challenge then eat your creations. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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June 22,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 23,  Sunday

Canine Adventure Course
A Fun Filled Day For You And Your Dog
Hosted by Peggy's Pawsitive Paws
Anthony Hall Field, 11758 Sublimity Rd SE, Sublimity MAP>>

Register Online>>

An adventure for dogs and their owners! The Canine Adventure Course consists of 20 novel obstacles which the dog and owner negotiate and complete together. It is a non-competitive sport, focusing on teamwork between dog and owner, and most importantly, having fun. The course is completed ON LEAD, allowing dogs of all training abilities to join in. Each dog and owner navigates their way around a numbered course, and work as a team as they encounter each obstacle. Hay bales, agility equipment, splash pools, mazes, tires and logs are cleverly designed and put together as novel obstacles. Climbing up, stepping over, crawling through and diving in are all fun techniques each dog can use. Plenty of rewards, praise and encouragement from their owner gives each dog confidence, builds on trust and teamwork, and ultimately leads to a fabulously fun and exciting time for all. Dogs and owners have the opportunity to complete the course three times as a team.

One-hour sessions are available throughout the day. Time slots start at 11am. Cost is $20 for 3 rounds taking approximately 1 hour. For more information contact peggy@peggyspawsitivepaws.net or call 503-602-8507.
 


June 24,  Monday

  • Family Dance Party, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Get down, get your groove on. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
      

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 25,  Tuesday

  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 10am-12pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Stayton Fire Station, 1988 W Ida Street, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     

  • Astronaut Training, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Do you have what it takes to be an astronaut? Test your skills to find out. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
      

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June 26,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Michael Long about the Youth Benefit Golf Tournament. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Book Discussion - "The Other Einstein", 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict.
     
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June 27,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Santiam Village Community Closet, open 10am-12pm, Santiam Village Community Closet, 572 11th Avenue, Aumsville. Nonprofit free clothing closet open to residents of all local communities.
     

  • Magician Michael Douglas, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Prepare to be amazed by magician Michael Douglas. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
      

  • Guitarist Ricardo Cardenas, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Free for all ages. Ricardo Cárdenas is a Eugene-based, classically trained guitarist and composer from Chile. Cárdenas has performed with legendary Zimbabwean musician Thomas Mapfumo and recorded with Steve Perry (Cherry Poppin’ Daddies). Ricardo has written music for the play Ardiente Paciencia, premiered by Portland’s Miracle Theatre Group, and for the Gabriela Martinez documentary film "Keep Your Eye on Guatemala". Ricardo Cárdenas is actively performing throughout the Northwest, as well as teaching and composing music.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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June 28,  Friday

  • DIY Galaxy Shirts, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Be your own designer and turn your black t-shirt into a galaxy inspired shirt. Bring a black tee, we will have a limited number of back-ups, and get started. Dress for a mess. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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June 29,  Saturday


Super Hero Carnival
Free Family Saturday
3pm-6pm, Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville MAP>>

Join the City of Aumsville for a free, fun-filled afternoon of old-fashioned carnival games with a super-hero theme and prizes for the players. Costumed heroes will be roaming the event. Admission is free and there is no charge to children participating in games. Game booths will be hosted by: City of Aumsville, Pacific Power, Santiam Hospital, Pizza Peddler, Republic Services, Hunsaker Dental and staytonevents.com The event is hosted by the City of Aumsville Summer Family Program.
 

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Super Hero Carnival, 3pm-6pm, Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville. Join the City of Aumsville for a free, fun-filled afternoon of old-fashioned carnival games with a super-hero theme and prizes for the players. Costumed heroes will be roaming the event. Admission is free and there is no charge to children participating in games. Hosted by the City of Aumsville Summer Family Program.
     
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June 30,  Sunday

July 2019

July 1,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 2,  Tuesday

  • 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.
     
  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Stayton Community Center Park (behind the Library), Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     

  • Our Place in the Universe (University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History Outreach Program), 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for science experiments and fun activities to explore what makes our planet special and discover how we can keep it that way. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
      

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July 3,  Wednesday

  • Santiam Heritage Foundation Meeting, 6pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Anyone interested in supporting the ongoing restoration efforts of the historic Brown House is invited to attend.
     
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July 4,  Thursday

 
Mill City 4th of July Activities

Please send your updated or new 4th of July activity
information to us at staytonevents@wvi.com 

Mill City Lions Club Breakfast

7am-11am, Santiam Junior/Senior High School Commons  Mill City. Pancakes, scrambled eggs, pork sausage, coffee, milk & juice. Adults $6, 12 and under $4, kids 2 and under are free.

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Rick Posekany Memorial
5k/10k Fun Run/Walk

Check in starts at 8am, run at 9am, Santiam High School, SW Evergreen Street, Mill City. Adult registration is $25, Youth (under 18) $20, both include race t-shirts if registered in advance. T-shirts cannot be guaranteed for race day registrations.

Posekany Memorial Run Registration Form>>

Participant Agreement>>

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Celebration Activities At Kimmel Park

9am-10pm - Vendor booths and Art/Craft Fair
11am-10pm - Beer Garden and Food Vendors
1pm-4pm - The Canyon All-Stars, Blues/Rock
7pm- Dusk - CottonFoot, Indie with a Southern twist featuring: Chris Spilde, vocals and guitar; DJ Wichman, guitar and backup vocals; Bruce Hildebrandt, bass and backup vocals; Joe Connolly, drums and backup vocals.
Dusk - Fireworks! - Kimmel Park

Vendor Registration Form>>

Food Vendor Registration Form>>

Vendor Agreement>>

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Mill City Parade
"Hometown Family 4th"

12pm, Check in and late registrations begin at 9:30am, judging begins at 11am. Award ribbons will be given to first, second and third place winners in all categories, and to the Mayor's Choice and Grand Marshall's Choice.

Parade Registration Form>>

Participant Agreement >>

 


July 4,  Thursday

Stayton 4th of July Activities

Please send your updated or new 4th of July activity
information to us at staytonevents@wvi.com 

37th Stayton Old-Time
4th of July Fun Run & Walk

Registration/Check-In begins 7:30am(registration with timing chip ends at 8:30am) * Race Day Scout Flag Ceremony at 8:30am * Race at 9am, Stayton Community Center Complex, 500 W Burnett St, Stayton.  Map>>

$10 Registration Before June 27th
$15 After & Race Day Registration 

Registration form>>   Online Registration>>

10k/3k Runs, 3k Walk, 5k trail run.


Both the runs and walk of this event will take place on both asphalt and cross-country surfaces. The miles are marked and the courses are excellent for the competitive runner, fun runner and walker and will use chip timing. Ribbons will be awarded to the top three male and female finishers in five-year age-groups in each race, top six male and female finishers overall in the walk. Prize for the most patriotically dressed runner and dressed family!

This popular community fun run was established in 1983, and organized for three decades, by the Stayton Road Runners Club. Today this traditional race is organized by Stayton Troop 50 Boy Scouts, with continued support from the Road Runners. Proceeds benefit the Scouts. Past photos/results 2012>>  2008>>   2007>>

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Stayton Grand Parade
"Stayton Style 4th of July"
4pm. Join in the fun of this Grand Stayton Tradition!

Parade Entry Application>> 

All entries are welcome, any business or organization should consider entering a float. Families also encouraged to enter! Decorate your bikes, wagons or cars. Parade lines up on Regis Street. Registration/Check-In area opens at 1:30pm in Front of Regis high School, entries must be in their assigned position by 2:30pm to be judged. Ribbons will be given to winners before parade begins.  Parade begins at 4pm.  For additional questions please use the contact number or email address on the entry application.

Stayton Grand Parade Viewing Route

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Santiam Gallery of Photography
Photo Exhibit & Contest
Stayton 4th of July Celebration grounds at Stayton High School
5pm - Dark (Also at Sublimity First Tuesday in the Park Aug 6th)

Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photo Exhibit and Contest. staytonevents.com presents the Santiam Gallery of Photography, an exhibit of images from local photographers. Gallery viewers can vote for their favorites to select the contest winners. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities from professional to student. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the rules and entry form now. Contest Rules and Entry Form>>

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Stayton 4th of July
Fireworks and Celebration
Stayton High School grounds (see map below)

The fireworks will be launched from the fenced in sports field complex along Gardner Ave on the West side of the high school grounds, with a required 300ft fallout exclusion radius.

The activity area will be at the football practice field with access available from Stayton High School or Regis High School. Activities include:

  • 5pm-Dark Santiam Gallery of Photography Exhibit

  • 6pm-10pm Food Vendors

  • 6pm-9pm Bouncy Houses

  • 6pm-10pm Live Music

  • 10pm Fabulous Fireworks!

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 5,  Friday

Mill City 4th of July Activities

 

Celebration Activities At Kimmel Park

11am-5pm - Vendor booths and Art/Craft Fair
11am-8pm - Beer Garden and Food Vendors
11am - Mutt Show
1pm - Old Fashioned Family Games
1pm-4pm - Finding Dani Classisc Rock, Country and newer popular songs
8pm - Grounds Close
 

  • Solar Oven S'mores, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Build your own oven that harnesses the sun’s energy, then use it to make s’mores! For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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July 6,  Saturday

Mill City 4th of July Activities

Celebration Activities At Kimmel Park

 

11am-5pm - Vendor booths and Art/Craft Fair
11am-8pm - Beer Garden and Food Vendors
11am - Horseshoe Tournament
2pm-3pm - Sean Paul Local vocalist and guitarist specializing in solo live performances
8pm - Grounds Close

 

Horseshoe Tournament
Begins at 11am. Double Elimination tournament with teams bracketed by blind draw. Teams of two players. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

Horseshoe tournament registration form>>

Participant Agreement>>
 

  • Marion County Dog Shelter Volunteer Orientation, 9am-10am, Marion County Dog Shelter, 3550 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem. Marion County Dog Shelter is always looking for volunteers who are committed, responsible, and truly care about saving and enriching the lives of homeless dogs. The Dog Shelter offers a range of volunteer opportunities. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and those under the age of 18 are required to provide a signed parental consent form.  Orientations are held at the shelter the first Saturday of the month. Space is limited to only 15 people. Interested MCDS volunteers are required to complete and submit an online application prior to attending attend the volunteer orientation and training. Find more information and the online application here>>
     
  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 7,  Sunday


July 8,  Monday

  • Tinker Time, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Explore your inner tinkerer. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 9,  Tuesday

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Stayton Family Memorial Pool, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton (Child swimmers will need to be accompanied by an adult in the pool).  Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Let's Go Fly a Kite, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Build a kite and make it fly! Test out the portable wind tunnel. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 10,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be incoming PTA president at Mari-Linn School, Catherine Jensen. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Paws to Read, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Share stories with Willow the therapy dog. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Dungeons & Dragons, 5:30pm-7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. First timers or experienced players welcome! For ages 12 thru adult.
     
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July 11,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Takohachi (Traditional Japanese Drum and Dance, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Experience the flavor of traditional Japanese drumming and dance. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • "Starry" Paint Night, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A step by step easy painting of "Starry Night by Van Gogh". Program is free but space is limited and advance registration is required. Call 503-769-3313 or register at the Library.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 12,  Friday

  • Moon Rocks and Galaxy Gems, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Make your own moon rocks and galaxy gems. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
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July 13,  Saturday

Pick Up Some Trash Day
Second Saturday's
Any Time * Anywhere

Pick up some trash today anywhere you might see it and dispose of it properly.
If today doesn't work for you, tomorrow's good too.

Just Pick It.

July 13,  Saturday

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
9th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville MAP>>

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, artisans, yummy snacks, yard art, food trucks and more! Always something for everyone. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now. 12x12 spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 14,  Sunday

  • Historic Charles and Martha Brown House Open For Tours, 12pm-2pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. The Brown house will be open for guided or self-guided tours. Volunteers will be available for guided tours and provide the history of the house and the families who have lived there. Self guided wandering is also appropriate. No admission charge.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 15,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 16,  Tuesday

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Northslope Park, 1450 Fern Ridge Road, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Lego Stop Motion Animation Movies, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Become the director of your own Lego movie using Stop Motion Animation. Draft your script, build your props, set the scene and start filming. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
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July 17,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Esther Nelson of the Marion County Task Force on Human Trafficking. 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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July 18,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Ventriloquist Vikki Gasko Green, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Come enjoy a high energy, crowd-pleasing ventriloquism magic show. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 19,  Friday

  • Constellation Projectors, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Learn about the constellations, then create a projector that will shine your favorites. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 20,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 21,  Sunday


July 22,  Monday

  • Family Dance Party, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Get down, get your groove on. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 23,  Tuesday

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Star Cinema, 350 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Space: The Final Frontier, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Learn about what you would need to survive in outer space and build your own space station or colony from repurposed materials. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
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July 24,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker TBD. 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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July 25,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Evergreen Aviation - Living and Working in Space, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Take part in a dramatic mission to another world.  Build and launch paper rockets, handle artifacts from the space shuttle, and try on a spacesuit. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Apollo Program Presentation, 7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Chemeketa Astronomy Instructor Chris Claysmith will be presenting on the history of the Apollo Program for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 26,  Friday

  • Nebula Jars, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Create your own out of this world nebula in a jar that you won’t want to look away from. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 27,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 28,  Sunday


July 29,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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July 30,  Tuesday

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Quail Run Park, 1613 Eagle Street, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Constellation Navigation, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Navigate through the stories in the stars. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 31,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Guest speaker will be Paul Cieslak, MD Chief of Oregon Health - Vaccines. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Book Discussion - "Hidden Figures", 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly.
     
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August 2019

August 1,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Paradise of Samoa - Pacific Island Dance, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Paradise of Samoa will perform a tour of the Pacific Islands through Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Tahitian, Maori and Hawaiian Dance. Free for all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 2,  Friday

  • Galaxy Slime, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. It’s slime time! Join us to make intergalactic oozy slime. For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 3,  Saturday

Paws for the Cause
Dog Wash/Food Drive
11am-4pm * Stayton Veterinary Hospital, 1308 N First Ave, Stayton MAP>>

Stayton Veterinary Hospital is pleased to host the fifth annual dog wash and canned food drive. Our staff will be washing your dogs for free, just bring a can or other non-perishable food donation (either pet or human!) All donations will be going to Marion Polk Food Share and Safe Haven Humane Society.

Also join us for some kid friendly activities and educational opportunities, craft and pet related vendors, raffle baskets and more.
 

  • Marion County Dog Shelter Volunteer Orientation, 9am-10am, Marion County Dog Shelter, 3550 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem. Marion County Dog Shelter is always looking for volunteers who are committed, responsible, and truly care about saving and enriching the lives of homeless dogs. The Dog Shelter offers a range of volunteer opportunities. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and those under the age of 18 are required to provide a signed parental consent form.  Orientations are held at the shelter the first Saturday of the month. Space is limited to only 15 people. Interested MCDS volunteers are required to complete and submit an online application prior to attending attend the volunteer orientation and training. Find more information and the online application here>>
     
  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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August 4,  Sunday


August 5,  Monday

  • Art Lab - Process Art, 10:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Stretch your imagination and bring out your inner artist. Suitable for toddlers and up. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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August 6,  Tuesday

Sublimity National Night Out
Music & BBQ in the Park!
5pm-8pm * Church Park, 350 E Main Street, Sublimity Map>>
 

Come join your neighbors and the City of Sublimity for a relaxing evening in Church Park. Marion County Sheriff's Office serving BBQ Hot Dogs (bring a store bought potluck item to share). Vendor Booths open 5pm (Crafts, Information Exhibit, home based businesses and more!). Live Music TBD from 6pm-8pm, bring your blankets or lawn chairs and kick back for a good time. 2015 photos and video>>

Santiam Gallery of Photography Photo Exhibit & Contest Be sure to stop by the staytonevents.com booth for the  Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photo Exhibit and Contest, an exhibit of images from local photographers. Gallery viewers can vote for their favorites to select the contest winners. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities from professional to student. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the rules and entry form now. Contest Rules and Entry Form>>

*****

Vendors register now, space is limited. Vendors must be
approved in advance by City of Sublimity.

Vendor Application Form>>

  • 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.
     
  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Stayton Elementary School, 875 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • 3-2-1 Blast Off!, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Explore propulsion and flight dynamics as you investigate ways to build and launch DIY rockets. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
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August 7,  Wednesday

  • Paws to Read, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Share stories with Willow the therapy dog. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Santiam Heritage Foundation Meeting, 6pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Anyone interested in supporting the ongoing restoration efforts of the historic Brown House is invited to attend.
     
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August 8,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Red Yarn - Folksongs and Puppetry for Families, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • DIY Glass Bead Lanterns, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Make a DIY tabletop lantern with mason jars and glass beads. Free, supplies provided. Advance registration required at the Library or call 503-769-3313.
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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August 9,  Friday

Regis Reunion - Class of 1978
Friday Night Social - 6pm...
Wolfgang's Tap House, 134 W Washington Street, Stayton MAP>>

Yes, it's our 41st! Get together with old friends and classmates from Regis as well as invited past mates from St. Mary's, Sublimity and Lourdes Elementary Schools.
 

  • Epic Water Fight, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us in the Community Center Park for our annual water fight! For teens going into grades 6 thru 12.
     
  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 10,  Saturday

Pick Up Some Trash Day
Second Saturday's
Any Time * Anywhere

Pick up some trash today anywhere you might see it and dispose of it properly.
If today doesn't work for you, tomorrow's good too.

Just Pick It.

August 10,  Saturday

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
9th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville MAP>>

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, artisans, yummy snacks, yard art, food trucks and more! Always something for everyone. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now. 12x12 spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 

August 10,  Saturday

Regis Reunion - Class of 1978
Saturday Reunion Gathering - 4pm...
Theresa (Bentz) Hutchinson home hosted at
Blue Den Ranch, 38738 Lulay Rd, Scio MAP>>

Yes, it's our 41st! Get together with old friends and classmates from Regis as well as invited past mates from St. Mary's, Sublimity and Lourdes Elementary Schools. Check back here for updated reunion details, or please RSVP to 1978regisrams@gmail.com to receive direct email updates.
 

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
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August 11,  Sunday

  • Historic Charles and Martha Brown House Open For Tours, 12pm-2pm, Brown House Event Center, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. The Brown house will be open for guided or self-guided tours. Volunteers will be available for guided tours and provide the history of the house and the families who have lived there. Self guided wandering is also appropriate. No admission charge.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 12,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 13,  Tuesday

  • Where in the World is Storytime? Family Storytimes-on-the-Go, 10:15am, Pioneer Park, 450 N Seventh Avenue, Stayton. Meet us at a different location each week for Stayton Public Library story times out in the community! This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Celestial Art, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Let the Muse descend to create otherworldly art.  This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 14,  Wednesday

  • Dungeons & Dragons, 5:30pm-7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. First timers or experienced players welcome! For ages 12 thru adult.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 15,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • Summer Reading Celebration, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for snacks as we flashback on everything we did this summer. This program is for children and family members of all ages.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 16,  Friday

  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 17,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 18,  Sunday


August 19,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 20,  Tuesday


August 21,  Wednesday


August 22,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 23,  Friday

  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 24,  Saturday

85th Anniversary - Stayton Troop 50
Stayton Community Center & Park

Event Details Coming Soon!

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 25,  Sunday


August 26,  Monday

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 27,  Tuesday


August 28,  Wednesday

  • Book Discussion - "What Alice Forgot", 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 29,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 30 Friday

  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 31,  Saturday

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 2019

September 1,  Sunday


September 2,  Monday

Labor Day

  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 3,  Tuesday


September 4,  Wednesday


September 5,  Thursday

  • Sublimity Quilters Gathering, 9am-3pm, St Boniface Church Rectory Basement Hall, 375 Church St, Sublimity. Sublimity Quilters is a charitable working group that meets weekly making quilts and comforters for local schools, Birthright of Salem, and other projects brought to their attention. New members are welcome.
     
  • AA Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 6,  Friday

47th Sublimity Harvest Festival
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds
11880 Sublimity Rd SE, Sublimity MAP>>

Truck, Tractor and Monster Truck Competitions
Food Booths ~ Commercial Vendors ~ Kid-Zone ~ Entertainment Tent

*****

Tonight's Schedule and Ticket Information
Gates open 5pm * Modified Pulling Competition begins 7pm
Monster Trucks Following Pulling Competition
Coors Light Entertainment Tent open 5pm-1am (21 and over only)
featuring live music by TBA beginning at 9pm.
Festival closes at 1am.

Ticket info: Adults (13+) $15; Seniors (62+) $8; Children (6-12) $5
5 and under free; Parking $5

  • AL-Anon Meeting, 7pm, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton. AL-ANON is a support group for families of alcoholics. Discuss and share common experiences with the goal of building on the  positives.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 7,  Saturday

47th Sublimity Harvest Festival
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds
11880 Sublimity Rd SE, Sublimity MAP>>

Truck, Tractor and Monster Truck Competitions
Food Booths ~ Commercial Vendors ~ Kid-Zone ~ Entertainment Tent

*****

Today's Schedule and Ticket Information
Gates open 12pm * Stock Pulling Competition begins 1pm
Modified Pulling Competition begins 6pm
Monster Trucks Following Pulling Competition
Coors Light Entertainment Tent open 12pm-6pm for all ages
featuring live entertainment 3pm-6pm by TBA.

Coors Light
Entertainment Tent open 6pm-1am (21 and over only)
featuring live music by TBA beginning at 9pm.
Festival closes at 1am.

Ticket info: Adults (13+) $20; Seniors (62+) $10; Children (6-12) $5
5 and under free; Parking $5

  • AA Meeting, 10am, New Life Foursquare Church, 1090 N First Avenue, Stayton.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 8,  Sunday

47th Sublimity Harvest Festival
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds
11880 Sublimity Rd SE, Sublimity MAP>>

Truck, Tractor and Monster Truck Competitions
Food Booths ~ Commercial Vendors ~ Kid-Zone ~ Entertainment Tent

*****

Today's Schedule and Ticket Information
Gates open 10am * ATV Pulling Competition begins 10am
Horse pulls at 11am - Tractor Pulls begin at 1pm
Monster Trucks at 3pm
Coors Light Entertainment Tent open 10am-6pm
featuring live music by TBA from 3pm to 6pm.
Festival closes at 6pm.

Ticket info: Adults (13+) $12; Seniors (62+) $5; Children (6-12) $5
5 and under free; Parking $5


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September 13,  Friday


September 14,  Saturday

Pick Up Some Trash Day
Second Saturday's
Any Time * Anywhere

Pick up some trash today anywhere you might see it and dispose of it properly.
If today doesn't work for you, tomorrow's good too.

Just Pick It.

September 14,  Saturday

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
9th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm Porter-Boone Park, 1105 Main Street, Aumsville MAP>>

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, artisans, yummy snacks, yard art, food trucks and more! Always something for everyone. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now. 12x12 spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 

September 14,  Saturday

Centennial Celebration
Mill City Historic Railroad Bridge
10am-2pm * N First Avenue and NE Wall Streets, Mill City MAP>>

The City of Mill City and the Save Our Bridge Committee are happy to host this celebration after five years of planning! Events to be included in the celebration are an unveiling of the $9.4 million TIGER grant project (which also includes the North Santiam vehicular bridge and Broadway Street), live music, antique cars, a community birthday cake and more. “We are excited to announce this community wide celebration,” said City of Mill City Mayor, Tim Kirsch, “as the success of this project is a huge win for the North Santiam Canyon." Read More>>

Check back here for updated event details later. 


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2019

 

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 come to a monthly meeting found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events.

2019

 

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 Little Red  Schoolhouse Theatre in Stayton. Current auditions, show information and advance tickets can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events. For more information contact President Shannon Rempel at aumsvillecommunitytheatre@hotmail.com  or visit their website>>.

2019

 

Santiam Heritage Foundation

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the historic Charles and Martha Brown House at 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. Volunteers and donations are always accepted and appreciated. Meetings are open to the public and can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events. If you are interested in supporting our efforts, or just want to find out more about them, feel free to join us at any meeting. You can also find more information by visiting www.brownhouse.org by calling 503-769-8860, or by emailing President Wendy Stone at: Wendy.Stone@brownhouse.org 

2019

 


Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

A non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s 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 Stayton Fire Station Conference Room, 1988 W Ida Street, 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 here on staytonevents.com 

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 abigailduniway.dar@gmail.com 

DAR website>>

2019

 

Revitalize Downtown
Stayton (RDS)

Nonprofit Organization comprised of business members and citizens working to improve and revitalize Stayton's downtown core. The group is using strategies developed by, and with the assistance of, the Oregon Main Street program to guide their mission. New volunteers and financial supporters are always welcome. Committees include: Outreach, Promotion, Design and Economic Vitality. Monthly Board meetings are open to the public and can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events. For inquiries of interest in the group or one of the subcommittees, attend a meeting or contact Program Coordinator Emily Connor at 503-957-0096 or info@downtownstayton.org 

RDS website>>

2019

 

Sublimity Quilters

Sublimity Quilters was organized in 1978 to preserve and encourage the art of quilting, provide a social function for quilters and accomplish charity work related to quilting and comforters. Recipients of our charity projects include Regis High School Auction, St. Boniface Parish, area school carnivals and auctions, Birthright of Salem and victims of fires or poverty circumstances. Weekly meetings and activities can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events. There are no dues to join and new members are always welcome. Contact Audrey Sherman at 503-510-2839.

2019

 

Santiam Historical Society

The Santiam Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to finding, preserving and sharing the rich and exciting heritage and history of the Santiam Canyon area surrounding Stayton, Oregon, and is comprised of dedicated volunteers working together to preserve our shared history. Monthly Board meetings are open to the public and can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events.  For more information about SHS contact: Diana Maul, President dlmaul@aol.com phone 503-743-2639; Terri Adams, Secretary terrirenaeadams@yahoo.com phone 971-239-9259 or Judy Skinner, Vice President skinner@wvi.com

2019

 

Lyons Garden Club

The Lyons Garden Club was established in 1950 and continues today with monthly meetings at the Lyons Fire Department Conference Room in Lyons. The club has members from Stayton, Lyons, Mill City, Mehama, Scio and Sublimity.

Monthly meetings and activities (except for July and August when no meetings are held) are open to the public and can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events with full information. The club has an annual road trip outing which includes lunch out and visiting various nurseries or gardens and a yearly potluck picnic usually held at one of the club members home, and an annual Christmas lunch and gift exchange.

Club dues are $12 per year, beginning in January. Dues includes a yearly planning and information booklet and name badges. For more information or if you wish to join the club, please contact President John Hollensteiner, 503-508-5913 or Cheryl Cappelletti 503-767-3348.

2019

 

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary was established in 1950 and is dedicated to supporting Santiam Hospital, its staff and the community. 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. The Auxiliary is always interested in any suggestions to improve the Auxiliary and for new members. The Auxiliary meets quarterly and dues are only $10 per year or $100 for a lifetime membership. Meeting and activity information for the Auxiliary can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Auxiliary please contact President Pat Spaeth at 503-769-3381 or  Vice President Mary Lou Hazelwood. Meetings are held quarterly. Meeting and activity details of the Auxiliary can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events.

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary Gift Shop is located in the main lobby and is open to the public. Gift shop hours are: Monday-Friday 9 am to 5 pm. Mary Duncan and Deb Meyers are Gift Shop Coordinators. The shop features a selections of various items, including holiday gifts.

2019

    

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 Local Area Calendar of Events, guests are welcome. Membership is by invitation. To learn more about the membership process contact President Jan Fiedler, any other club member, or send an email expressing your interest to staytonarearotary@gmail.com 

2019

 

The Knights of Columbus St. Anthony Council is a fraternity of Catholic men dedicated to performing good works in our local community.  We show love for our neighbors by conducting food drives and donating the food to local soup kitchens and food pantries, by providing food to families in need during the holidays, by volunteering at numerous community events, and by supporting, both spiritually and materially, mothers who choose life for their babies.

St. Anthony Council welcomes members from the following parishes:

Immaculate Conception
Stayton

St. Boniface
Sublimity

Our Lady of Lourdes
Jordan

St. Catherine of Siena
Mill City

St. Bernard
Scio

St. Patrick Mission
Lyons
 

Learn more by visiting the KofC website or contact them at joinus@kofc2439.org 

       

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