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Meeting/Event Coffee Service - Full service with recycle/cleanup. Judy Skinner, Stayton.
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Stayton Events Photo Archives

 


Photo Archive - December 2014
Letters to Santa from Stayton Christmas & Craft Bazaar

 


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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Stayton Area Calendar of Events

Serving: Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville, Turner, Scio, 
Lyons, Mill City, Gates, Detroit and the Santiam Canyon.

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 April 2015

April 26,  Sunday

  • Stayton and Sublimity Garage/Yard Sales, All garage sales within Stayton or Sublimity city limits require a permit. I post the address of these City permitted garage sales when sent to me by the City. This is currently the only garage sale information posted for free. For information on posting other area garage sales, or expanding your sale information with a highlighted garage sale ad, click here>>
    garage sale permits issued for today:
    • 610 Fern Ridge Road, Stayton
       
  • Santiam Youth Sports Board Meeting, 6pm, Santiam Hospital Freres Auditorium, 1401 N Tenth Avenue, Stayton. Santiam Youth Sports is the local volunteer organization providing the area's youth t-ball, baseball and softball programs. Join us.
     
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April 27,  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.
     
  • Random Readers Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Last Monday of each month meet with other eager readers of chapter books. Read, do some art, share books, opinions, recommendations and fun. The book for May is The Aurora County All-Stars, by Deborah Wiles.
     
  • 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 and Public Hearing, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. This meeting of the Stayton Planning Commission will include a Public Hearing on an application for major modification of Pioneer Park. The purpose of a public hearing is to hear applicant and citizen input on the application. Meetings are open to the public. Agenda and Commission packet>>
     
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April 28,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Bees, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - Bees, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • 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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April 29,  Wednesday

  • North Santiam Chamber of Commerce Awards Night, 6pm-8pm, Santiam High School Auditorium, 265 SW Evergreen, Mill City.

    Join us as we recognize the people and businesses who make the Santiam Canyon a great place to live! Enjoy refreshments, local music performances and meet State Representative Sherrie Sprenger and Marion County Commissioner Sam Brentano.

    We're recognizing the following categories: Business of the Year, Youth of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year, Young Adult Citizen Award and Citizen of the Year. The President’s Choice award will also be recognized at the ceremony, as well as the Marion White Volunteerism Award, chosen by the City of Mill City. The Student of the Year, Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year awards will be chosen by the Santiam Canyon School District.

    Scholarships from the Youth Benefit Golf Tournament will also be awarded. 
    The North Santiam Chamber of Commerce Awards Night is free to attend and open to the public. Refreshments will be served from 6-6:30pm, followed by performances, awards and scholarship presentation, ending at 8pm. The event is sponsored by the volunteer board members and members of the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce. Info: www.nschamber.org
     
  • Military Opportunities Night, 7pm, Regis High School Library, 550 W Regis Street, Stayton. The Regis Aspire program will be hosting a Military Opportunities Night to share with High School students and their parents information about the three main Officer tracks into the military: ROTC, the Military Academies, and the Guard/Reserve programs. The focus of the evening will be on the selection process for these programs, admissions, and financial aid to help pay for school.

    Students from all local High Schools are invited. All branches of the service will be represented. The formal part of the program will run from 7-8 PM, with a follow up Q&A and time to meet one-on-one with the presenters afterwards. There will also be a recruiter there to visit with anyone looking into the enlisted/Non commissioned officer programs. This is mainly for sophomores, juniors and seniors, but anyone can attend. We strongly encourage parents to attend as well. This is an information sharing night, not a recruiting event.
     
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April 30,  Thursday

Oregon Author Series - Expanding Voices Program
7pm * Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Please join us in the Stayton Public Library E.G. Seigmund Room as we welcome Oregon Poet Laureate Peter Sears as he presents his Expanding Voices program along with local artist Paul Toews. There will be a reception before and after the program. Public welcome, no admission charge.

Peter Sears was named to a two-year appointment as Oregon's seventh Poet Laureate by Governor John Kitzhaber on April 25, 2014. Sears has taught creative writing at Reed College, Bard College, and Pacific University, and is the founder of the Oregon Literary Coalition and co-founder of Friends of William Stafford and Cloudbank Books. He is a widely published poet, with four collections: Tour (2002), The Brink (2004), Green Driver (2006), and Small Talk, New and Selected Poems (2014). His poems have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, the Atlantic and Rolling Stone.

Paul Toews is an artist, storyteller, and writer whose roots are deep in nature having grown up in the foothills of the Oregon Cascades.  As a young man Paul was a timber man but the mystique of nature drove his creativity. After a “close call” in the woods, his creative spirit has opened to a wide array of expression in teaching, public speaking, painting, and writing.

Currently, Paul is performing in various community endeavors including poetry readings, storytelling events, local radio performances, and teaching art. His art has been shown not only in his Art Gone Wild Studio and Gallery in Stayton, but in several Oregon venues such as the Bush Barn, Art Media in Salem, Elsinore Gallery, Gardens Gallery in Corvallis, and Soda Creek Gallery in Sisters.

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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.
     
  • Mill City Budget Committee Meeting and Public Hearing, 7pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S 1st Avenue, Mill City. A meeting to discuss the budget for fiscal year July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. This meeting will include a public hearing concerning proposed uses of state revenue sharing funds. This notice is in accordance with ORS 221.770. Citizens may submit public testimony regarding the use of these funds in writing or by appearing in person at the hearing. A copy of the budget document may be inspected or obtained on or after Monday, April 20, 2015 at City Hall between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or online at the Mill City website>> 
     
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 May 2015

May 1,  Friday

  • Benefit Rummage Sale, 9am-6pm, Immaculate Conception Parish Center - corner of 6th Street and Elwood in Stayton. There is a wide variety of items both new and used - household, dishes, books, toys, craft and sewing supplies. Most clothing is $1 or less. Proceeds from this annual Spring Rummage Sale provide food and medical care for our sponsored friends in Guatemala and Nicaragua.
      
  • Stayton High School Twilight Track Meet, 3:30pm-late evening, Stayton High School, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton. Invitational meet with multiple schools. 
     
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May 2Saturday

Stayton Lions Club Barkdust Sale
8am-12pm NORPAC lot, 930 W Washington St, Stayton MAP>>

This is the Lions Club's biggest annual fundraiser to help carry out their many community service projects. Fir Bark Dust is either U-Haul from the NORPAC lot or can be delivered free within the Stayton/ Sublimity zip code areas (97383, 97385). Deliveries can also be made outside of this area for a $20 delivery fee. Supply is limited so preorders are highly recommended. For questions call 503-769-5466 or staytonlionsclub@gmail.com 

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Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

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Aumsville Fire Pre-Mother's Day Outing
9am-4pm * Aumsville Fire Station, 490 Church Street, Aumsville MAP>>

You're invited to a day out as Aumsville Rural Fire District's Fire Support Team hosts their Annual Pre-Mother's Day Outing. A great day to shop with mom...or for mom! Aumsville Fire Station will be filled with a variety of vendors as well as handmade crafts and items. There will also be a silent auction with great items up for bid. Proceeds benefit the Support Team's fund to help fill equipment needs of the Aumsville Volunteer Firefighters.

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  • Benefit Rummage Sale, 9am-3pm, Immaculate Conception Parish Center - corner of 6th Street and Elwood in Stayton. There is a wide variety of items both new and used - household, dishes, books, toys, craft and sewing supplies. Most clothing is $1 or less. Last day of rummage sale. All items will be discounted in the afternoon. Proceeds from this annual Spring Rummage Sale provide food and medical care for our sponsored friends in Guatemala and Nicaragua.
     
  • Camp Taloali Clean Up Day, 9am-3pm, Camp Taloali, 15934 North Santiam Hwy, Stayton. Volunteers needed, lunch provided. Some tools available but helpful to bring tools for your own use. For questions contact: camptaloali@comcast.net or call 971-239-8153.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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May 3,  Sunday

Shaw Knights of Columbus Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast
7:30am-10am *
St. Mary's Church Parish Hall, 9168 Silver Falls Hwy. MAP>>

Best home made biscuits and gravy in the valley! Also includes Scrambled Eggs, Hashbrowns, Coffee, Orange juice & Jellies. Adults $6, Kids 2 thru12, $2 & toddlers under 2 Free. Come out and enjoy a great breakfast and eat with some old friends. It’s an ALL YOU CAN EAT AFFAIR.

  • Stayton Girl Scouts - Troup 11890 Meeting, 2pm-3:30pm, Stayton Intermediate School Gym, 1021 Shaff Rd, Stayton. MAP>>

    Come see what all the fun is about with Girl Scouts. Our troop in Stayton has room and plenty of fun for your school aged girl, Kindergarten and older. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday's of the month. Please contact Michelle Werkner at 503-779-8962 or Summer Crawford at 503-915-7123 for more information on getting your girl started with Girl Scouts
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May 4,  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.
     
  • Book Bobs, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who are beginning to read chapter books. Come by our children’s desk to sign up. Sign-ups are not required but are highly recommended. We will be meeting regularly on the first Monday of the month. The book for May will be The Boxcar Children.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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May 5,  Tuesday

Santiam Hospital Birth Center Tour
6pm * Santiam Hospital, 1401 N 10th Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Tour our Birth Center and spacious, private patient rooms complete with available tubs for laboring in warm water. Learn about all the labor and birth options available. Family Birth Staff will be on hand to answer your questions. No reservations required. For more information on Santiam Hospital Birth Center, click here>>
 

  • Story Time - Caterpillars, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - Caterpillars, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss items as they appear on the agenda. Meetings of the Parks and Recreation Board are open to the public. Click For Agenda>>
     
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May 6,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Gamers Unite: Wii, Board and Card games. Do homework, socialize and have fun. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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May 7,  Thursday

Oregon Author Series - Jane Kirkpatrick
7pm * Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Please join us in the Stayton Public Library E.G. Seigmund Room as we welcome Oregon author Jane Kirkpatrick. There will be a reception before and after the author’s talk. Public welcome, no admission charge.

Jane Kirkpatrick is the New York Times best-selling, award-winning author of essays for such publications as The Oregonian and Daily Guideposts, as well as five non-fiction books and twenty historical novels. Her first novel, A Sweetness to the Soul was named to Oregon's Literary 100 as one of the one hundred titles best representing Oregon published in the past 200 years.

Her works have been a Finalist for national Reader's Choice for Best Inspirational Novel (2000, 2013); twice a Finalist for the Ken Kesey Award for the Novel through the Oregon Book Awards (2002, 2010); a Finalist for Best Novel of the West (2005) from Western Writers of America and Finalist for the Desert Quill Award for Best Inspirational Novel (2005) and a WILLA Literary Finalist in 2007 and 2011 for Best Historical Novel. The Daughter's Walk won the USABestBooks.com award for general fiction, 2011.

Several of her novels have been translated into foreign languages. Her memoir Homestead, tells the story of her journey to move with her husband to "rattlesnake and rock ranch" to begin a new life. The story has inspired thousands to follow their hearts and trust that they are not alone on their journeys.

Jane is a former mental health director, therapist and administrator. For seventeen years she worked with Native American families on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation as a mental health and early childhood specialist. Her speaking and teaching also reflect stories of inspiration and courage believing that our lives are the stories other people read first. Her many historical novels most based on the lives of actual people, speak of timeless themes of hardiness, faith, commitment, hope and love. She speaks internationally, was a featured speaker for the European Council of International Schools in Nice, France and Sorrento, Italy and for the Word Guild in Guelph, Canada and Edmonton, Alberta. In 2005 she was named by the largest writer's group in the Northwest USA as the Distinguished Northwest Writer of 2005, an honor earned previously by National Book Award Winner Ursula LeGuin and Ken Kesey.

For 26 years Jane and her husband Jerry ranched along the lower John Day River in rural Oregon. They now live on small acreage between Bend and Redmond

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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.
     
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May 8,  Friday

KYAC Little Opry In The Canyon
Live Music Concert * 7pm-9:30pm (Doors Open 6:30pm)
Santiam High School Auditorium, 265 SW. Evergreen, Mill City MAP>>
Annual Fundraiser for KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio Station

Scheduled NW Performers Include:

Orvil Ivie & Garry Meziere
Alexis Stinnette
Joni Harms
Colleen Raney
Dwayne Mercer
Ken Cartwright
Fester Read & The Nickel Brothers

This night of family entertainment and music will be in the fast paced style of the Grand Ol' Opry, with emcee Tom Cole. Concert proceeds are earmarked for the KYAC station antenna relocation project to expand the signal reach in the Canyon.

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  • Regis High School Twilight Track Meet, 3pm-10pm, Regis High School, 550 W Regis Street, Stayton. Invitational meet with multiple schools.
     
  • Game On!, 6:30pm-9pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Get your game on with Internet, Wii, and board/card gaming.  All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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May 9,  Saturday

  • Free Boater Safety Inspections - Marion County Sheriff's Office Marine Patrol Team, 10am-1pm, Hillyer's Santiam Motorsports, 11361 Mill Creek Road SE, Aumsville.

    Deputies and volunteers will be checking for:

    - Boat Registration (Certificate of number)
    - Registration numbers on forward half of boat
    - Validation stickers
    - Boater education cards
    - PFD's (life jackets)
    - Sound producing device
    - Fire extinguisher
    - Navigation lights
    - Ventilation
    - Clean Flame arrestor
    - Aquatic Invasive Species Permit for non-motorized over 10'
     

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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May 11,  Monday

  • Motion Monday, 10:15am-10:45am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Music, dance and fun for little ones. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Lyons Fire District Board Meeting, 7pm, Lyons Fire Station, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • 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>>
     
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May 12,  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 - Butterflies, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - Butterflies, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Santiam Historical Society Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. The meeting will include a presentation by Diana Maul, local historian, based on the article "The Most Unique Crossing on the Oregon Trail" by Art Fee in the book Little Known Tales from Oregon History, Volume II.  There will be refreshments available and the public is welcome to attend.
     
  • 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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May 13,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Anime +: Join us to talk manga, watch a film or anime, and play board/card gaming.  All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Sublimity Fire District Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Sublimity Fire Station, 115 NW Parker Street, Sublimity. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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May 14,  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.
     
  • North Santiam School District Budget Committee Meeting, 7pm, North Santiam School District Office, Santiam Meeting Room, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Presentation of the 2015-2016 budget message and proposed budget. Meetings are open to the public. 
     
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May 15,  Friday

  • 80th Annual Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair, 12pm-11pm, Downtown Scio. Vendor booths open 12pm, Cruise-In 5pm-8pm, Street Dance 8pm-11pm.
     
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May 16,  Saturday

  • 80th Annual Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair, Downtown Scio. Community Breakfast 8am-10am; Fairgrounds/Vendor Booths Open 9am; Main Street Parade 11am; Displays, Events and Entertainment 12pm-11pm.
     
  • OSU Alumni Association Community Day of Service - At The Charles & Martha Brown House, 425 N First Avenue, Stayton. 9am-12pm. While the OSU Alumni Association encourages OSU family and friends to participate in the project for the OSU Day of Service, the Santiam Heritage Foundation welcomes all volunteers to help with the restoration of the Brown House so it can become an asset to our community. Workers will be able to participate in a variety of tasks, including yard work, painting, sweeping, and cleaning. Please dress for the weather and bring your own work gloves. General tools and cleaning supplies will be available on site. Pre-register with Diana at 503-743-2639 in order to receive a free t-shirt.
     
  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee, punch. Free admission and parking. Vendor space available, for info call 503-859-2161.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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May 17,  Sunday

Stayton Firefighters Annual Pancake Breakfast
7am-12pm * Stayton Fire Station, 1988 W Ida Street, Stayton MAP>>

Volunteer Firefighters and Support members will be serving all you can eat Pancakes, Ham, and Eggs along with milk, juice or coffee. 62 and older $5, Adults $6, Children 6-12 $5, 5 and under free.

  • 80th Annual Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair, Downtown Scio. Shepard's Breakfast 7am-10am; Sheep Show 8am; Fairgrounds/Vendor Booths Open 9am; Displays, Events and Entertainment 9am-3pm.
     
  • Stayton Girl Scouts - Troup 11890 Meeting, 2pm-7pm, Stayton Intermediate School Gym, 1021 Shaff Rd, Stayton. MAP>>

    Come see what all the fun is about with Girl Scouts. Our troop in Stayton has room and plenty of fun for your school aged girl, Kindergarten and older. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday's of the month. Please contact Michelle Werkner at 503-779-8962 or Summer Crawford at 503-915-7123 for more information on getting your girl started with Girl Scouts
    .
     
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May 18,  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.
     
  • Stayton City Council Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda and Council Packet>>
     
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May 19,  Tuesday     District Election Day

  • Story Time - Miss Lisa's Favorites, 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - Miss Lisa's Favorites, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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May 20,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Teen Cinema: Unwind with the popular book made to movie by James Dashner- MAZE RUNNER.  Or join us to work on homework and very quiet socializing. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Library Board Meeting, 6pm, Stayton Public Library Meeting Room, 515 N. First Avenue, Stayton. Meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.
     
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May 21,  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.
     
  • Lego Club! 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our legos! We have bags of brand new legos just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. We will be meeting regularly on the third Thursday of the month.
     
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May 22,  Friday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.

Henry A. Perkins, a C.P.A in Fulham UK, accidentally picks up the wrong briefcase on his way home from work which happens to be full of money. Henry assumes the money is ill gotten gains and he decides to keep it. After spending quite some time in the loo of his local pub counting the money, he begins to worry his briefcase is now in the hands of a possible criminal. So he rushes home to book one way fares to Barcelona. He tries to convince his wife to forget about his birthday party and get packed. However, while waiting for the taxi, Police Detective Davenport rings their doorbell. Suspecting that Henry may have been soliciting men in the loo, Davenports takes the opportunity to extort his retirement fund.

Soon after Davenport’s arrival, the doorbell rings again, revealing another police detective. This time to deliver the terrible news that Henry is dead; a man with bullet holes in his head and Henry's briefcase were found in the Thames. The hysterics continue to build as the house increasing becomes overrun with visitors coming and going and Henry continues to fail at his retreat. Some adult themes.

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May 23,  Saturday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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May 24,  Sunday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 1:30pm, curtain at 2pm
.


May 25, Monday    Memorial Day

  • 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. Agenda and Commission packet>>
     
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May 26,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Miss Mariah's Favorites, 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.
     
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May 27,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Tabletop Competition: board/card gaming. All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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May 28,  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.
     
  • North Santiam School District Budget Committee Meeting, 7pm, North Santiam School District Office, Santiam Meeting Room, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Committee to receive any requested information in consideration of 2015-2016 proposed budget. Actions on approval of budget and tax levies. Meetings are open to the public.
     
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May 29,  Friday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.


May 30,  Saturday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

May 31,  Sunday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 1:30pm, curtain at 2pm
.


 June 2015

June 1,  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.
     
  • Random Readers Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Last Monday of each month meet with other eager readers of chapter books. Read, do some art, share books, opinions, recommendations and fun.
     
  • Book Bobs (combined with Random Readers this month), 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who are beginning to read chapter books. Come by our children’s desk to sign up. Sign-ups are not required but are highly recommended. We will be meeting regularly on the first Monday of the month.
     
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June 2,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - , 10:15am-11:15am, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Story Time - , 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 3,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Gamers Unite: Wii, Board and Card games. Do homework, socialize and have fun. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 4,  Thursday

Oregon Author Series - Tina Connolly
7pm * Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Please join us in the Stayton Public Library E.G. Seigmund Room as we welcome Oregon author Tina Connolly. There will be a reception before and after the author’s talk. Public welcome, no admission charge.

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

June 5,  Friday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.


June 6,  Saturday

26th Annual Santiam Hospital Fun Run & Health Walk
Registration/Check-In begins 7:30am - Race at 9am
Santiam Hospital, 1401 N 10th Ave, Stayton MAP>> 

Online Registration>>

5K Walk & 3K, 5K, 10K Runs. Pre-registered fees: $10 individual, $15 individual with t-shirt, $40 group of 4 with t-shirts. Register by May 27th for shirts. Day of Race registration fees: $20 individual, $25 individual with t-shirt, $50 group of 4 with t-shirts (while supplies last). 2007 photos>>   2008 photos>>  

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

*****

Vendors, reserve your spots now. For full information check these:
Vendor Info, Terms and Conditions>>    Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 6:30pm, curtain at 7pm
.

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

June 7,  Sunday

Funny Money
An Aumsville Community Theatre Production
Written by Ray Cooney, Directed by Shannon Rempel.
Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville OR MAP>>

Doors open at 1:30pm, curtain at 2pm
.

  • Stayton Girl Scouts - Troup 11890 Meeting, 2pm-7pm, Stayton Intermediate School Gym, 1021 Shaff Rd, Stayton. MAP>>

    Come see what all the fun is about with Girl Scouts. Our troop in Stayton has room and plenty of fun for your school aged girl, Kindergarten and older. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday's of the month. Please contact Michelle Werkner at 503-779-8962 or Summer Crawford at 503-915-7123 for more information on getting your girl started with Girl Scouts
    .
     
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June 8,  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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June 9,  Tuesday


June 10,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Anime +: Join us to talk manga, watch a film or anime, and play board/card gaming.  All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 11,  Thursday


June 12,  Friday

  • Game On!, 6:30pm-9pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Get your game on with Internet, Wii, and board/card gaming.  All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 13,  Saturday

Aumsville Saturday Market
Second Saturday's June-September

9am-3pm * Tower Park & City Hall Parking Lots, Aumsville MAP>>

Great variety of Crafts, Collectables, Garden & Produce, Yard & Home Decor, Entertainment and much more. Stop by and find just what you were looking for. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now: Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

June 14,  Sunday


June 15,  Monday


June 16,  Tuesday


June 17,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Teen Cinema: Unwind with a popular movie. Or join us to work on homework and very quiet socializing. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 18,  Thursday

  • Lego Club! 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our legos! We have bags of brand new legos just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. We will be meeting regularly on the third Thursday of the month.
     
  • North Santiam School District Board Meeting and Budget Public Hearing, 7pm, North Santiam School District Office, Santiam Meeting Room, 1155 N Third Avenue, Stayton. Public hearing to receive public comment on proposed 2015-2016 proposed budget. Action to approve budget and tax levies. Meetings are open to the public.
     
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June 19,  Friday


June 20,  Saturday

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee, punch. Free admission and parking. Vendor space available, for info call 503-859-2161.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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June 21,  Sunday      Father's Day


June 22,  Monday


June 23,  Tuesday


June 24,  Wednesday

  • Teen Lounge, 3pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library EG Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Tabletop Competition: board/card gaming. All Trading Card Games welcome. 6th grade thru 12th grade ages welcome. Free, no registration necessary.
     
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June 25,  Thursday


June 26,  Friday


June 27,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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June 28,  Sunday


June 29,  Monday

  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Agenda and Commission packet>>
     
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June 30,  Tuesday


 July 2015

July 1,  Wednesday


July 2,  Thursday


July 3,  Friday


July 4,  Saturday

32nd Annual Stayton Old-Time 4th of July Fun Run & Walk
Registration/Check-In begins 8am - Race at 9am
Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street, Stayton. Map>>

Registration form>>    Online Registration>>   Online t-shirt order/info>>

10k/3k Runs, 3k Walk, 5k trail run. T-shirts available to order with online registration, limited number of t-shirts available for purchase race dayRibbons 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. Coupons to local pancake breakfast, drawings. $10 entry fee if pre-registered before June 27th ($15 after). This race is now run by, and proceeds go to, Stayton Troop 50 Boy Scouts. Past photos/results 2012>>  2008>>   2007>> 
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
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July 5,  Sunday


July 6,  Monday


July 7,  Tuesday


July 8,  Wednesday


July 9,  Thursday


July 10,  Friday


July 11,  Saturday

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

Great variety of Crafts, Collectables, Garden & Produce, Yard & Home Decor, Entertainment and much more. Stop by and find just what you were looking for. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now: Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 12,  Sunday


July 13,  Monday


July 14,  Tuesday


July 15,  Wednesday


July 16,  Thursday


July 17,  Friday


July 18,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 19,  Sunday


July 20,  Monday


July 21,  Tuesday


July 22,  Wednesday


July 23,  Thursday


July 24,  Friday


July 25,  Saturday

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee, punch. Free admission and parking. Vendor space available, for info call 503-859-2161.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 26,  Sunday


July 27,  Monday


July 28,  Tuesday


July 29,  Wednesday


July 30,  Thursday


July 31,  Friday


 August 2015

August 1,  Saturday

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

*****

Vendors, reserve your spots now. For full information check these:
Vendor Info, Terms and Conditions>>    Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 2,  Sunday


August  3,  Monday


August  4,  Tuesday


August  5,  Wednesday


August  6,  Thursday


August  7,  Friday


August 8,  Saturday

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

Great variety of Crafts, Collectables, Garden & Produce, Yard & Home Decor, Entertainment and much more. Stop by and find just what you were looking for. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now: Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market, 9am-3pm, Santiam Valley Grange Hall, 1140 5th Street, Lyons  Map>>  Crafts, collectibles, & treasures galore. Lunch available including: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee, punch. Free admission and parking. Vendor space available, for info call 503-859-2161.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August  9,  Sunday


August  10,  Monday


August  11,  Tuesday


August  12,  Wednesday


August  13,  Thursday


August  14,  Friday


August  15,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August  16,  Sunday


August  17,  Monday


August  18,  Tuesday


August  19,  Wednesday


August  20,  Thursday


August  21,  Friday


August  22,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August  23,  Sunday


August  24,  Monday


August  25,  Tuesday


August  26,  Wednesday


August  27,  Thursday


August  28,  Friday


August  29,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August  30,  Sunday


August  31,  Monday


 September 2015

September 5,  Saturday

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

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Aumsville Saturday Market
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Great variety of Crafts, Collectables, Garden & Produce, Yard & Home Decor, Entertainment and much more. Stop by and find just what you were looking for. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

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 October 2015

October 3,  Saturday

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

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Vendors, reserve your spots now. For full information check these:
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 November 2015

November 7,  Saturday

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

*****

Vendors, reserve your spots now. For full information check these:
Vendor Info, Terms and Conditions>>    Vendor Registration Form>> 
 


 
 
 
 December 2015

December 5,  Saturday

Mill City Craft Bazaar
9am-3pm * 250 Santiam Hwy, Mill City MAP>>

Stop in at our great monthly bazaar! Convenient, store front style location right on Highway 22 in Mill City (next to Circle K). Lots of free parking.

Featuring handmade, homegrown, homebaked items - Each month a variety of Photography, Mason Jar Art, Windows & Signs, Wreaths, Crocheted & Knitted Items, Cards & Paper Crafts, Jewelry, Rock Art, Tie Dye, Felting & Indian Art, Fishing Lures, and other crafts. Door Prizes - Raffles. Photo booth and face painting fun for the kids.

Sponsored by Liberty Fellowship Church

*****

Vendors, reserve your spots now. For full information check these:
Vendor Info, Terms and Conditions>>    Vendor Registration Form>> 
 


 

 
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The Santiam Youth Sports League is a non-profit organization committed to providing quality baseball and softball to the kids in our community.

  

Aumsville Museum
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Stayton Lions Club
Stayton Lions Club is a group of women and men committed to serving their community.  The Stayton Lions Club meets at noon every first and third Tuesday, September through mid July. The Stayton Lions Club serves the local community through the following activities and fundraisers:

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Highway Road Clean-Up
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St. Boniface Archives & MuseumMeets every Tuesday from 9am to Noon – Visitors Always Welcome! 

Our volunteer historians discover, preserve, share and display local Sublimity history and family heritage.  Stop by and share your own family story and photos, or let us help you discover your local roots.  To arrange a private tour for your school group, family or class reunion, call Vangie at 503-769-5381 or Carol at 503-769-5299.  Located at 371 SE Main Street, Sublimity, the St. Boniface Archives & Museum is housed in the old Convent building across the street from St. Boniface Church. A link to the museum with all history, activities, photos and family stories, can be found here: www.sublimityhistory.net 

          

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