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2018 Events Ticket Tally
443 event tickets sold
28 fundraiser units sold
$11,019 to local groups

(updated after events held)

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

2016 Events Ticket Tally
984 event tickets sold
$17,579 to local groups

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

2014 Events Ticket Tally
428 event tickets sold
$7,099 to local groups

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Image Links Below Are To
Stayton Events Photo Archives

 


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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2007 Photo Archive

 

Santiam Gallery of Photography
Photography Contest and Exhibit

June 15, 2018 - Stayton, OR - staytonevents.com announces our second, Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photography Contest and Exhibit. This edition of the Gallery is being held in conjunction with the River City Music & Art Jamboree in Mill City on August 18th and 19th. Our first Gallery and contest was held in 2008 in Stayton. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities (from professional to student) living in the greater Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville, Mill City and Santiam Canyon area; AND any photographer entries of photos taken in that area. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the rules and entry form now. Look for more information on the River City Music & Art Jamboree on The Calendar>>

Photography Rules and Entry Form>>

Yes, there is a contest, to challenge all levels of photographers to explore their individual talents. But most importantly there will be an exhibit to share all those talents.
 


In Other News...

Sign up for the Summer Reading Program anytime through July at the Stayton Public Library. There are programs for all ages from babies through adults.

Local  Obituaries

Dorothy J. "Dottie" Newman

Kenneth D. Champ

Glenna Jo Terry

Ted F. Freres

Keith G. Henness

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June 2018

June 21,  Thursday

First Day of Summer

Chamber After Hours
North Santiam Chamber of Commerce
6:30pm-8pm * Canyon Arts Center, 280 NW Santiam Blvd, Mill City MAP>>

This Chamber After Hours is hosted by Ask Me About Recycling. Bring your business cards to this evening networking and meet-n-greet event at the Canyon Arts Center in Mill City. Each business representative gets a few moments to tell the group about their business. Refreshments provided. Bring your enthusiasm and marketing materials! Free for NSCC members and any potential members interested in connecting with the broader canyon business community. For more information on the NSCC, call 503-897-5000, email director@nschamber.org or visit their website www.nschamber.org
 

  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Summer Reading Performer - Mo Phillips - Kindy Rock!, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Mo Phillips our favorite Rock Star will be here to dance and play, sing songs and write songs with kids! All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 22,  Friday
 

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  • Pride-Luck, 5pm-8pm, Pioneer Park, corner of E Marion Street and Seventh Avenue, Stayton. The North Santiam LGBT Youth Group is hosting Pride-Luck, a potluck celebrating Pride Month. Come have fun and celebrate pride with us. Games, food, music, treats and more(alcoholic beverages will not be permitted). Feel free to bring treats to share! Anyone and everyone is welcome. For questions contact Crista Miller at 503-580-4907.
     
  • Teen Summer Kick Off Party, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us for some fun in the library after hours including lip sync battles, and more. Free, no registration necessary. For students going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
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June 23,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

June 23,  Saturday

Violins in Contrast
A Concert Featuring Mark Babson and Truman Price
2pm-4pm *
Brown House Event Center, 425 N. First Ave, Stayton MAP>>

This unique concert featuring contrasting musical styles will undoubtedly make for a fascinating presentation. Violinist Mark Babson and fiddler Truman Price will present a program of the many genres of music written for the instrument. Babson will play three classical pieces, including ones by Bach, Paganini, and Telemann.  Price's selections draw from the Oregon Trail era. By performing together audiences will get a real awareness of the range of music capable from the instrument of violin when in the hands of differing talents.

Tickets are only $12.50 but are limited in number. Ticket purchases
in advance online are encouraged to insure seating,
remaining tickets will be available at the door.

Brown House Online Ticket Link>>
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Presented by the Santiam Heritage Foundation.
All concert proceeds benefit the ongoing rehabilitation
and operation of the historic Brown House.

 

Performer Profiles:
Mark Babson has played the violin since 5th grade, and in his teens played professionally for two orchestras in Mexico. He attended a conservatory in the Netherlands and is interested in many different types of music. He played with the Salem Chamber Orchestra, the Linfield Chamber Orchestra, and the Salem Symphony.

Truman Price has been called “ Oregon’s leading student of music of the Oregon Trail era”. Thirty years ago he was asked to put together a set of authentic music of the Oregon Trail as introductory music for 16 performances of the Oregon Trail Pageant at Champoeg, and with friends did 16 performances there. Later the Oregon Historical Society sponsored over 50 one-hour presentations including Truman, in schools, libraries, and conventions. He has done many concerts, fiddle or fiddle and vocal; solo or with True West Band or friends; also hundreds of dances called. He has also written a memoir called “Canora: notes for an Old Time Fiddler”.
 

 


June 24,  Sunday
  • Gates Fire Chief Gary Swanson Retirement Celebration, 1pm-4pm, Gates Fire Hall, 140 E Sorbin Street, Gates. An open house will be held to honor retiring chief Gary Swanson. Speaker presentations will begin at 2:30pm. All are invited.
     
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June 25,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 1pm-6pm, St. Boniface Catholic Church, 375 SE Church Street, Sublimity. To schedule an appointment call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org (use sponsor code: StBoniface).
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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June 26,  Tuesday
  • Story Time - We Are The Dinosaurs, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Rocks Rock - Rock Painting with Misty Sears, 3:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Please call the library to sign up for this program. 503-769-3313.
     
  • Lyons City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Lyons City Hall, 449 Fifth Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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June 27,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Speaker will be Jennifer Tiger about the Rotary annual fireworks sale. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Make Your Own Instruments, vol. 1, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us to make your own Mbira, or African thumb piano. Free, no registration necessary. For students going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Book Club Discussion, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Tea Time for Book Lovers, our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 28,  Thursday

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  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Summer Reading Performer - Alex Zerbe the Zaniac Comedy Show!, 4pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac shines like a comedy beacon as he bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Jaws will drop, and drool will fly as Alex juggles bowling balls, flaming torches and slices vegetables in half with a flying playing card. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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June 29,  Friday
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
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June 30,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
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July 2018

July 1,  Sunday
July 2,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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July 3,  Tuesday
 

Sublimity First Tuesday
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. Vendor Booths open 5pm (Crafts, Face Painting, Information Exhibit, home based businesses and more!). Live music by Tony Graham from 6pm-8pm, bring your blankets or lawn chairs.

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

    The museum can be open on other days (except holidays) by special request. Contact Charlene Pietrok Pierce by phone or text at 503-508-0312 to schedule a request.
     
  • Story Time - Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Red Hat Strutters Luncheon, 12pm, Adam’s Rib Smokehouse, 2505 Liberty St. NE, Salem. It will be hosted by Marcia Johnson 503-409-6306 and Angela Braun 971-304-8394, contact them for more information and to make your reservations. We will be celebrating Liala Baylie’s birthday.
     
  • T-shirts Rock! 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Bring a t-shirt to decorate. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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July 4,  Wednesday

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Mill City 4th of July Celebration

Mill City Lions Club Breakfast, 7am-11am, North Santiam Eagles, 640 SW Broadway Street,  Mill City. Pancakes, scrambled eggs, pork sausage, coffee, milk & juice. Adults $6, 12 and under $4, kids 2 and under are free.

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>>

Horseshoe Tournament, Begins at 10am, registration deadline June 26th. Limited to the first 24 teams registered. Double Elimination tournament with teams bracketed by blind draw. Teams of two players. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Horseshoe tournament registration form>>

Mill City Grand Parade - Come Home For the 4th: 62 years of Hometown Celebrations Revisited, 12pm, Check in and late registrations begin at 9am, 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>>

Live Music At Kimmel Park, 1:30pm - High Deductibles, Rock 'n Roll original songs and more. 7pm - 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.  (Thunder Road will play July 3rd at 7pm - A 5 piece Rock 'n Country Band outa Salem who always leaves them screaming for more!).

Other Mill City Celebration Forms

Sponsorship Information>>

Sponsorship Form>>

Vendor Registration Form

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Stayton 4th of July Celebration

Stayton Eagles Pancake Breakfast, 8am-11am, Stayton Community Center Complex, 500 W Burnett St, Stayton.  Map>>

Join us in the Stayton Family Memorial Pool parking lot for breakfast before, after, or during the Old-Time Fun Run! Menu will include pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice and coffee. Price is $7 all ages.  We will also have bottled water for purchase as well as Stayton High School Eagle shirts. Stayton Fire Department volunteers will be on hand to help cook this great breakfast! All proceeds will go to the parents group supporting the 2019 SHS graduation party.

35th Annual Stayton Old-Time 4th of July Fun Run & Walk
Registration/Check-In begins 8am - Race at 9am, Stayton Community Center Complex, 500 W Burnett St, Stayton.  Map>>

$10 Registration Before July 1st
$15 After & Race Day Registration 

Registration form>>   Online Registration>>

10k/3k Runs, 3k Walk, 5k trail run. Limited number of t-shirts available for purchase on race day. You can preorder your shirt at the online registration.

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>>

 

Stayton Grand Parade - "Still the Greatest Generation - Honoring WWII Veterans", 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

Stayton 4th of July Fireworks and Celebration - Stayton High School grounds, see map below, 900 W Locust Street, Stayton.  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 bounce houses 6pm-9pm and live music 6pm-10pm. Access is available from Stayton High School or Regis High School. Fabulous Fireworks at 10pm!

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July 5,  Thursday
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Summer Reading Performer - Oregon Rocks! 4pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Presented by the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Take off on a geology adventure and explore our ever-changing planet Earth. Dig into rocks, fossils, earthquakes and volcanoes through hands-on activities and rockin’ specimens. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Coloring Group, 5:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind and helps promote overall wellness. Join us for evening of coloring and relaxation. Ages 12 through adult, supplies provided. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 6,  Friday
  • Life Size Angry Birds, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us in the Community Center Park for a real life version of this popular game. Free, no registration necessary. For students going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 7,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

  • 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>>
     
  • Bottle/Can Drive - Stayton Boy Scouts, 10am-2pm, Regis High School parking lot, 550 W Regis Street, Stayton. Stayton Boy Scouts will be collecting cans and bottles as a fundraiser for scout activities. Bring your cans and bottles to our collection site at the Regis High School parking lot and we will be ready to take them from you. Sorry, no pick-ups available.
     
  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 8,  Sunday


July 9,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Art Club at the Library, 3:30pmm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. For ages 5 and up. Participants limited to first 20. Sign up required at the Library or call 503-769-3313. Art Club is every 2nd Monday.
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Stayton Fire District Board Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Fire Station, 1988 W Ida Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity City Council Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 10,  Tuesday
  • Marion County Commissioner’s Breakfast, 7:30am, Covered Bridge Café, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton.  A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public.
     
  • Story Time - Hurry, Hurry, Drive the Fire Truck, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Firefighters Rock - Stayton Firefighters will be here! pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Come learn some fire safety and get a chance to hold the fire hose and spray some  water. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 11,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from Seargent Tony Kollias of the Clackamas County Sherrifs Department on surviving an active shooter event. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • DIY Guitar Picks (Guitar not needed), 4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us to design your own guitar picks using shrinky dinks. Free, no registration necessary. For students going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 12,  Thursday
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • DIY Craftshop - Sheet Music Art, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us to make creations using sheet music. Ages 12 through adult, supplies provided. Free, register at the library or call 503-769-3313.
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 13,  Friday
  • Summer Reading Performer - Angel Ocasio, Comedy Music Fun! 4pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 14,  Saturday
 

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
8th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm * Tower Park & City Hall Parking Lots, Aumsville MAP>>  

 

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, yummy snacks, yard art, Corn Festival Info booth and more! Food trucks on site. Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.
 

*****

Vendor registration available now. Up to 35 booth spaces and 4 food truck spots available. 12x12 outdoor vendor spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

July 14,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 15,  Sunday

July 16,  Monday

  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 1pm-6pm, Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton. Walk-in appointments are very limited. Donors are encouraged to schedule appointments by calling 1-800-REDCROSS or online at www.redcrossblood.org (use sponsor code: STAYTONCOMM) Or contact Carolyn Sunderman by phone or text 503-580-8318.
     
  • Smokey the Bear, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Meet our favorite bear and some Rangers. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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July 17,  Tuesday
  • Story Time - Airplane Song, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Rock the Blocks Lego Day, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton American Legion Post 58 Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Fire Station meeting room, 1988 West Ida Street, Stayton. All veterans are invited to attend. Open to the public. Monthly meetings are third Tuesdays of the month.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 18,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Speaker will be Isaac Kort-Meade from Revitalize Downtown Stayton. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 19,  Thursday
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Santiam Hospital Auxiliary Meeting, 1pm, Santiam Memorial Hospital conference room, 1401 N Tenth Avenue, Stayton. Lunch served at 12:30 pm in the conference room. All members and the public are invited to attend the meeting. Plans for the upcoming Harvest Breakfast and Fall Fashion Show will be discussed. For those interested in information or want to volunteer for the upcoming Fall Fashion Show can contact Chair-person, Mary Lou Hazelwood 503-769-5685.

    The Auxiliary Gift Shop is open to the public in the lobby of Santiam Hospital with a variety of gift and holiday items. For information contact Mary Duncan 503-769-5221, Deb Meyers 503-769-2696 or Char Bartosz 503-749-2910. Anyone interested in joining the Auxiliary or would like more information on the Auxiliary are invited to join the meeting or they can contact, President, Pat Spaeth at 503-769-3381 or Vice President, Mary Lou Hazelwood 503-769-5685.
     

  • Summer Reading Performer - Rocks in Oregon! 4pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Meet a local rock expert, Herb Bastuchek. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Board Game Night, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Come enjoy classic board games or try something new. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     

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July 20,  Friday
 

Santiam Canyon Stampede
Gates open 5:30pm, NPRA Pro Rodeo Action starts at 7pm
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds, 11880 Sublimity Road, Sublimity Map>

Bareback Riding ~ Roping Events ~ Steer Wrestling ~ Barrel Racing
Saddle Bronc Riding ~ Bull Riding

All events are held both Friday and Saturday nights.
Best overall score or time determines Santiam Canyon Stampede event winner

Stampede Tailgate in the tent from 5:45-6:45
Games ~ Prizes ~ 21 and over only

Friday is Diabetes Awareness Night - Wear Royal Blue to show your support with Santiam Hospital to bring awareness to the disease. Also Today: Kids Corral free today courtesy of Sublimity Insurance! Mutton Busting, Junior Barrel Racing, Donkey Races. After the action in the arena ends, those 21 and older can head to the "After Party" in the entertainment tent for live music TBA.

Kids Corral (free Friday only courtesy of Sublimity Insurance) includes: Pony rides, Miniature donkey cart rides, Inflatables, Face painting, Games, Photo opportunities and prizes. Need a discreet spot to calm or change a diaper? Visit the staytonevents.com Family Rest Tent.

Santiam Canyon Stampede website>>

Admission:
Adults - $17 ($13 in advance)
Kids ages 5-12 - $13 ($9 in advance), Kids 4 and under Free.


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100% of net ticket sales on staytonevents.com go to event organizers.
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 21,  Saturday
 

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

July 21,  Saturday

Wolfgang's Back Alley Bash
One Year Anniversary Party
Wolfgang's Thirst Parlor Tap House
12pm-10pm * Wolfgang's, 134 W Washington St, Stayton MAP>>


Come help us celebrate our one year anniversary with a party so big it will be spilling outside! Of course, we will be featuring fine craft beers, wine and ciders...and much more as we celebrate. Food will be available from Foodology Mobile Kitchen, Dough on the Go and La Esperanza Catering. Cotton Candy and snow cones for the kids. Corn Hole Tournament. Live music by "The 45th Fret Band" from 4pm-8pm.

Come on down and experience a great time with old friends, and make some new ones too. Parking is available across the street courtesy of O'Reilly Auto Parts.

July 21,  Saturday

Santiam Canyon Stampede
Gates open 5:30pm, NPRA Pro Rodeo Action starts at 7pm
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds, 11880 Sublimity Road, Sublimity Map>

 

Bareback Riding ~ Roping Events ~ Steer Wrestling ~ Barrel Racing
Saddle Bronc Riding ~ Bull Riding

All events are held both Friday and Saturday nights.
Best overall score or time determines Santiam Canyon Stampede event winner

Stampede Tailgate in the tent from 5:45-6:45
Games ~ Prizes ~ 21 and over only

Also Today: Kids Corral (Free Friday only), Mutton Busting, Junior Barrel Racing, Donkey Races. After the action in the arena ends, those 21 and older can head to the "After Party" in the entertainment tent for live music by TBA.

Kids Corral (free Friday only courtesy of Sublimity Insurance) includes: Pony rides, Miniature donkey cart rides, Inflatables, Face painting, Games, Photo opportunities and prizes. Need a discreet spot to calm or change a diaper? Visit the staytonevents.com Family Rest Tent.

Santiam Canyon Stampede website>>

Admission:
Adults - $17 ($13 in advance)
Kids ages 5-12 - $13 ($9 in advance), Kids 4 and under Free.


Purchase Advance Discount Tickets Now!
select number of tickets during checkout
You will receive an order confirmation by email. Please print and present with
photo ID to redeem your tickets at the Will Call window.

Select Ticket Option:
Select Delivery Option:

Ticket purchases are not refundable
All transactions are securely processed by PayPal but you do NOT need a PayPal account. Neither Santiam Canyon Stampede or staytonevents.com will receive, or have access to, your credit card information.
Any fees that may be included in the online price are at the election of the event organizers to cover PayPal and credit card fees.
100% of net ticket sales on staytonevents.com go to event organizers.
  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, bake sale, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee and soda. Free admission and parking. Vendor Registration Information>>
     
  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 22,  Sunday
July 23,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 24,  Tuesday
  • Thomas the Train Tuesday! 10am-12pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A great display of Thomas Train sets will be available to play with and enjoy. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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July 25,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Speaker will be Dr. Tom Vogt with the presentation: U.S. Healthcare - What Next?. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com
     
  • Book Club Discussion, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Tea Time for Book Lovers, our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is The Little Paris Bookshop  by Nina George. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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July 26,  Thursday
  • Thumpin' Thursday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     

  • Summer Reading Performer - Creature Teachers, 4pm, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Come meet, learn about and touch some wild animals. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     

  • Paradise of Samoa, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Paradise of Samoa will perform a live Polynesian show of traditional and contemporary music from the Pacific Islands. Free for all ages.
     

  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     

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July 27,  Friday
  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm-8:30pm(Fridays), Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd SE, Stayton. All meetings are open and non-smoking. The group is part of Mid Willamette Valley Area Narcotics Anonymous.  24 hour hotline 503-990-0861.  Website>>

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

    There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone. We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

    We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. The newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.
     
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July 28,  Saturday
 

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
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July 29,  Sunday
July 30,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary. Last Motion Monday until Sept 10th.
     
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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July 31,  Tuesday

  • Summer Reading Party with performer Brad Clark, 11am, Stayton Public Library E. G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. After the performance there will be treats in the park to celebrate a great summer of reading. All ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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August 2018

August 1,  Wednesday
August 2,  Thursday
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Danza Azteca, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Danza Azteca will present a show with traditional Aztec dance. Free for all ages.
     
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August 3,  Friday
August 4,  Saturday
 

Paws for the Cause
Dog Wash/Food Drive
10am-4pm * Stayton Veterinary Hospital, 1308 N First Ave, Stayton MAP>>

Stayton Veterinary Hospital is pleased to host the fourth 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.

There will be several baskets (with some great prizes for both canine and human) that will be raffled off. Raffle tickets are $1 per ticket with all proceeds from ticket sales benefit Marion Polk Food Share and the Humane Society. Join us for some kid friendly activities and educational opportunities. A variety of vendor booths will have pet related items available from handmade keepsakes to items for pets to enjoy. 
 

August 4,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

  • Canyon Art Center Arts & Crafts Open House, 11am-4pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City. A weekly open arts and crafts session Hosted by Santiam Hearts to Arts. Community members are invited to drop in on Saturdays and paint, draw, work on crafts, socialize with other art-interested community members and local artisans. There is no admission charge; donations are welcome.
     
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August 5,  Sunday
August 6,  Monday
  • Santiam Canyon Community Chorus Rehearsal, 7pm-8:30pm, Canyon Art Center, 280 NE Santiam Highway, Mill City. New members are welcome to join. For information contact Jo Ann Hebing at 503-859-3426.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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August 7,  Tuesday
 

Sublimity First Tuesday
In The Park
National Night Out - 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, Face Painting, Information Exhibit, home based businesses and more!). Live music by TBA from 6pm-8pm, bring your blankets or lawn chairs and kick back for a good time. 2015 photos and video>>

Make sure to stop by our staytonevents.com booth! Check back to see other registered vendors.

*****

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.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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August 8,  Wednesday
August 9,  Thursday
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • DIY Craftshop - Recycled CD Coasters, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us to create your own coasters using recycled CDs. Ages 12 through adult, supplies provided. Free, register at the library or call 503-769-3313.
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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August 10,  Friday
August 11,  Saturday
 

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
8th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm * Tower Park & City Hall Parking Lots, Aumsville MAP>>  

 

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, yummy snacks, yard art, Corn Festival Info booth and more! Food trucks on site. Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.
 

*****

Vendor registration available now. Up to 35 booth spaces and 4 food truck spots available. 12x12 outdoor vendor spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

August 11,  Saturday

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

August 11,  Saturday

Gig on the Grass
Free Concert
5pm-9pm * Calvary Lutheran Church South Lawn
198 Fern Ridge RD, SE, Stayton MAP>>

Bring your lawn chair or blanket and come listen to a great evening of music at the 5th Annual Gig on the Grass! The shaded outdoor amphitheatre behind Calvary Lutheran Church is a hidden Stayton venue gem and a great place to spend the evening enjoying food and music of the 5th Annual Gig. Music begins at 5:30 (full lineup TBA) with main act Jess Carter and the Santiam Band on stage at 7pm. Everyone is invited. Arrive early and set up lawn chairs or spread your blanket, then check out the food trucks and vendor booths. Raffle tickets will also be available for an assortment of prizes. All proceeds will benefit the Santiam Teen Center scheduled to open this September.

*****

Want to be part of The Gig?
Vendor Application>>
 

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, bake sale, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee and soda. Free admission and parking. Vendor Registration Information>>
     
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August 12,  Sunday
August 13,  Monday
  • Sublimity City Council Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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August 14,  Tuesday
  • Marion County Commissioner’s Breakfast, 7:30am, Covered Bridge Café, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton.  A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public.
     
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August 15,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
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August 16,  Thursday
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
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August 17,  Friday
August 18,  Saturday
 

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 

August 18,  Saturday

River City Music & Art Jamboree
Presented by Santiam Hearts to Arts & North Santiam Chamber of Commerce
12pm-10pm * Kimmel Park, Mill City MAP>>

Two days (Saturday & Sunday) of Live Music, Art, Food, Beer & Wine Garden and fun activities. There is no general admission charge into the park grounds but donations will be accepted. Check back for updates including full entertainment lineup and schedule.

New Feature For This Year!
Santiam Gallery of Photography
Photography Contest and Exhibit

staytonevents.com announces our second, Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photography Contest and Exhibit. This edition of the Gallery is being held as part of the River City Music & Art Jamboree. Our first Gallery and contest was held in 2008 in Stayton. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities (from professional to student) living in the greater Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville, Mill City and Santiam Canyon area; AND any photographer entries of photos taken in that area. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the rules and entry form now.

Photography Rules and Entry Form>>

*****

Attention Vendors

Food, art, craft and other vendors interested in being a part of the
Jamboree should register now!

Vendor Application>>


August 19,  Sunday
 

River City Music & Art Jamboree
Presented by Santiam Hearts to Arts & North Santiam Chamber of Commerce
12pm-6pm * Kimmel Park, Mill City MAP>>

Two days (Saturday & Sunday) of Live Music, Art, Food, Beer & Wine Garden and fun activities. There is no general admission charge into the park grounds but donations will be accepted. Check back for updates including full entertainment lineup and schedule.

New Feature For This Year!
Santiam Gallery of Photography
Photography Contest and Exhibit

staytonevents.com announces our second, Santiam Gallery of Photography - Photography Contest and Exhibit. This edition of the Gallery is being held as part of the River City Music & Art Jamboree. Our first Gallery and contest was held in 2008 in Stayton. The contest is open to photographers of all abilities (from professional to student) living in the greater Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville, Mill City and Santiam Canyon area; AND any photographer entries of photos taken in that area. All interested photographers are encouraged to enter and should check the rules and entry form now.

Photography Rules and Entry Form>>

*****

Attention Vendors

Food, art, craft and other vendors interested in being a part of the
Jamboree should register now!

Vendor Application>>

  • Stayton Union High School Multi Class Reunion and Potluck Picnic, 12pm-5pm, Pioneer Park, 450 N 7th Ave, Stayton. The class of 1978 is having their 40th reunion on Saturday. We are hosting a potluck picnic today to reconnect with the people from Stayton High School classes of: 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, and 1980 along with their spouses or guests. Join us for a fun and relaxed day to reconnect after 40 years! What to bring: Potluck food for picnic, lawn chairs, shade awning if desired, tables for the food (only if you are local), plates cups, utensils, napkins (for you and your guests), coolers with drinks of your choice, and anything else you want to bring. Any Items for games at the park you may want to play (Football, Bad Mitten, Softball, cards, Horseshoes, etc). Donations accepted to reimburse for the park fee, the day of the event.

    Entertainment: Tony Graham with guitar. Music donations accepted by Tony.

    Available at the Park: Multiple electric outlets to plug stuff in (you will need an extension cord), Disc Golf, Hiking Trails, 2 Horseshoe pits (BYO horseshoes), Two Briquette BBQ pits (available in the two shelters - first come first serve).
     
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August 20,  Monday
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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August 21,  Tuesday
August 22,  Wednesday
August 23,  Thursday
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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August 24,  Friday
August 25,  Saturday
 

Front Porch Art
11am-3pm * The Holm Building Porch
618 N Second Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Porch will be hosting local artists every Saturday through August. With space for up to 8 - 10, various artists in a variety of mediums will be able to display their works, and create with works in progress. Art lovers can enjoy the displays, visit with the artists, and take home any works that may be for sale. There is no cost to visit the porch, and light refreshments will be served.

Interested artists who may wish to participate in this free space are encouraged to contact Linda at Not So Shabby Consignment Furniture & Decorating, inside the Holm Building, or call 503-510-2333.
 


August 26,  Sunday
August 27,  Monday
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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August 28,  Tuesday
August 29,  Wednesday
  • Book Club Discussion, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Tea Time for Book Lovers, our monthly book discussion group for adults. This month’s book is Us by David Nicholls. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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August 30,  Thursday
  • Stayton Friends of the Library Used Bookstore Thursday Book Exchange, 11:30am-4:30pm, Stayton FOL Used Bookstore, 351 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Thursday is the only day the bookstore accepts book exchanges (for credit). To be accepted, books must have titles that can be sold in the store and meet condition guidelines. For full information and condition guidelines, check the Trade Policy>>
     
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August 31,  Friday


September 2018

September 1,  Saturday
September 2,  Sunday
September 3,  Monday

Labor Day


September 4,  Tuesday
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton.  Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda>>
     
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September 5,  Wednesday
September 6,  Thursday
September 7,  Friday
 

Sublimity Harvest Festival

46th Annual 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 * Pit Party 5pm-6pm * Pulling competition begins 6:30pm
Monster Trucks Following Pulling Competition
Coors Light Entertainment Tent open 5pm-1am (21 and over only)
featuring live music by SHOWDOWN.

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

www.sublimityharvestfestival.com 


September 8,  Saturday
 

Aumsville 2nd-Saturday Market
8th Season - Second Saturday's June-September
9am-3pm * Tower Park & City Hall Parking Lots, Aumsville MAP>>  

 

Great variety of vendors with seasonal plants and produce (as available), retail products, crafters, yummy snacks, yard art, Corn Festival Info booth and more! Food trucks on site. Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.
 

*****

Vendor registration available now. Up to 35 booth spaces and 4 food truck spots available. 12x12 outdoor vendor spaces only $20.
Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

Sublimity Harvest Festival

46th Annual 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 * Pulling competitions begins 1pm
Modified Pulling competitions begin 6pm
Monster Trucks Following Pulling Competition
Coors Light Entertainment Tent open 12pm-6pm for all ages
featuring live music by Dusty Trail Band.

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

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

www.sublimityharvestfestival.com 

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  • Bottle/Can Drive - Stayton Boy Scouts, 10am-2pm, Regis High School parking lot, 550 W Regis Street, Stayton. Stayton Boy Scouts will be collecting cans and bottles as a fundraiser for scout activities. Bring your cans and bottles to our collection site at the Regis High School parking lot and we will be ready to take them from you. Sorry, no pick-ups available.

September 9,  Sunday
 

Sublimity Harvest Festival

46th Annual 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

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

www.sublimityharvestfestival.com 


September 10,  Monday
  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Sublimity City Council Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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September 11,  Tuesday
  • Marion County Commissioner’s Breakfast, 7:30am, Covered Bridge Café, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton.  A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 12,  Wednesday
September 13,  Thursday
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

September 14,  Friday
September 15,  Saturday
September 16,  Sunday
September 17,  Monday
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 1pm-6pm, Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton. Walk-in appointments are very limited. Donors are encouraged to schedule appointments by calling 1-800-REDCROSS or online at www.redcrossblood.org (use sponsor code: STAYTONCOMM) Or contact Carolyn Sunderman by phone or text 503-580-8318.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. An opportunity for public comment is available during meetings by filling out request form before the start of the meeting. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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September 18,  Tuesday
September 19,  Wednesday
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
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September 20,  Thursday
September 21,  Friday
September 22,  Saturday
September 23,  Sunday
 


Jordan Chicken Run

10:30am-3pm * Annual Chicken Dinner, Cruise-In & Fly-In
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 39043 Jordan Road, Scio. Map>>
Only 2000 Dinner Tickets Available

Come join the fun! Car Show, Raffles, Poker Walk, Vendors, Awards and Dash Plaques. All You Can Eat Dinner includes: BBQ Chicken, potatoes and gravy, green beans, noodles, Cole Slaw, roll and dessert. Adults $15, Children 5-12 $5, Children 4 and under free.

Chicken Run T-Shirts will be available at the car show. For questions about the Chicken Run contact Jeanne at 503-769-4416, for questions about the Fly-In contact Robin at 503-394-2652, for vendor info contact Jeni at 503-302-0948.

Cruise-In Entrants Dinner Ticket Order Form>>
Dinner tickets paid in advance will be available at the cruise-in registration area.


September 24,  Monday
  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Sublimity Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Sublimity City Hall, 245 NW Johnson Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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September 25,  Tuesday
September 26,  Wednesday
September 27,  Thursday
  • Turner City Council Meeting, 7pm, Turner City Hall, 5255, Chicago Street SE, Turner. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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September 28,  Friday
September 29,  Saturday

September 30, Sunday

October 2018

October 1,  Monday
 
 
October 31,  Wednesday  

November 2018

November 1,  Thursday
 
November 19,  Monday
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 1pm-6pm, Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Rd, Stayton. Walk-in appointments are very limited. Donors are encouraged to schedule appointments by calling 1-800-REDCROSS or online at www.redcrossblood.org (use sponsor code: STAYTONCOMM) Or contact Carolyn Sunderman by phone or text 503-580-8318.
     
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November 30,  Friday  

December 2018

December 1,  Saturday
 
 
December 31,  Monday
 

 
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 224 N Third Avenue, Stayton
www.santiamfuneral.com 
(503) 769-9010

  
  
  


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400 SW Sublimity Blvd. Sublimity
MAP        (503) 769-3446
Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm, Sat: 8am-5pm

  
 
  
  
  
  
 

 

Farmers Insurance
Michael Bochsler

120 S Center Street, Sublimity
 503-767-7777 

Be Ready For The Future
Call Mike Today

For all your insurance and
financial planning needs.

           
    

Star Cinema
Downtown Stayton

 
Now Showing

Incredibles 2

Thru July 5th

  


Serving The Santiam Canyon
From Gates to Mehama at:

KYAC 94.9 FM

For online stream link
Click Here>>

 

The North Santiam Chamber of Commerce serves as a business resource, connecting Canyon area people and businesses, encouraging partnerships and supporting community development.
Click to learn more

 

KPIK
96.5 FM
Your Local FM Radio Station
Classic Goldies
Great for listening in the car, home or at work

 
 

Local Organizations

 

Contact us NOW about getting your organizations informational blurb posted below for 2018.

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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 abigailscottduniway@gmail.com 

DAR website>>

2018

 

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary

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

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

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Auxiliary please contact President, Pat Spaeth at 503-769-3381.  Meetings are held quarterly and can be found posted on the local area calendar of events. Dues are $10 per year or $100 for a lifetime membership.

2018

 

Stayton Friends
of the Library

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

2018

 

Santiam Hearts to Arts

The mission of SH2A is to preserve, present and promote the fine and performing arts in the Santiam Canyon. We accomplish this by educating, informing and involving our diverse community. Currently based in the Canyon Arts Center, 280 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City, we focus on supporting the Santiam Canyon Community Chorus, KYAC Community Radio, local arts education, and community cultural events. Look for our classes and events posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events. For more information on SH2A or our programs and classes, contact board member Jeanne Gunner at jeannegunner@gmail.com . www.santiamh2a.org 

2018

 

Santiam Heritage Foundation

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

2018

 

Santiam Historical Society

The Santiam Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) 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. Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of the month and are open to the public. Full meeting program information 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

2018

 

Aumsville Historical Society

The Aumsville Historical Society works To collect, identify and preserve historical information, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts of local interest and make them available for public viewing. The Aumsville Museum & History Center is located at 599 Main Street in Aumsville and is open Saturdays 11am to 2pm April thru October - Winter hours by appointment. Meeting information of the Aumsville Historical Society can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events.

For inquiries of the Aumsville Historical Society call 503-749-2744, 503-749-2585, 503-302-3930  or visit their website>>

2018

 

Lyons Garden Club

The Garden Club meets monthly at the Lyons Fire Department, except for July and August. Meetings and activities can be found on the Local Area Calendar of Events. The club schedules guest speakers, a yearly tour of gardens and lunch, and a potluck picnic each year, exchange of garden ideas and plants. New members from the surrounding area are welcome. Club dues are $12 per year. Contact John Hollensteiner at 503-508-5913, or attend a meeting.

2018

 

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. 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>>.

2018

 

Stayton Boy Scouts Troop 50

Committed to service in the Stayton Area - with over 250 hours donated to the community every year. Meetings are held at St Mary Elementary School, 1066 N 6th Avenue, Stayton and can be found posted on the Local Area Calendar of Events. For inquiries about Troop 50 contact Scout Master Scott West at ww2scott@wvi.com or Committee Chair Corey Benson at corey@coreydbenson.com 
Stayton Troop 50 Website>>

2018

 

Friends of the
Stayton Pool

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

2018

  

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 Karen Andall, any other club member, or send an email expressing your interest to staytonarearotary@gmail.com 

2018

     

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.

2018

 

Santiam Youth Sports

Santiam Youth Sports is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing quality t-ball, baseball and softball to the kids in the greater Stayton/Sublimity communities. Volunteer, sponsorship and season information can be found on the SYS Website>>

2018

      

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open to all events large or small, of interest to the general community.

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 gallery showings, live music, open houses, things to do in Stayton, Stayton deaths, meetings, Stayton Family Memorial Pool,
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