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Stayton Events Photo Archives

 

Letters To Santa - Dec 2016
 


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

 


Photo Archive - April 2016
Stayton K9 Run

  


Photo Archive - August 2015
Sublimity First Tuesday

 

Photo Archive - June 2015
Santiam Hospital Run
  


Photo Archive - July 2014
Santiam Canyon Stampede

 

Photo Archive - July 2014
Stayton Municipal Court Opening
 


Photo Archive - May 2014
Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair

  


Photo Archive - October 2013
Stayton Zombie Run

 


Photo Archive - April 2013
Stayton River Run

 


Photo Archive - July 2012
Santiam SummerFest Bed Races

 


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

 


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

 


Photo Archive - June 2011
Pedestrian Bridge Opens To Riverfront Park

 


Photo Archive - March 2011
Tony Graham at Bottle Factory

 

Photo Archive - February 2011
Never2Late
Rocks the Bottle Factory
  


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

  


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

 


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

 


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


Photo Archive - Nov 2010
5th Annual Community Dinner

 


Photo Archive - October 2010
Grandpa's Pumpkin Patch

 


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

 


Photo Archive - July 2010
Santiam SummerFest Results

  


Photo Archive - May 2010
Neighborhood Visitor

 


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

 


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

 


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

 


Photo Archive - August 2009
Home Explosion and Fire

 


Photo Archive - July 2009
Santiam SummerFest

 


Photo Archive - January 2009
Windstorm topples trees

 


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

  


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

 


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

 


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

  


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

    


Photo Archive - July 2008
Fireworks!

 


Photo Archive - July 2008
Stayton Grand Parade

  


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

    


Photo Archive - June 2008

Santiam Memorial Hospital
Fun Run & Health Walk

 


Photo Archive - June 2008
Stayton/Sublimity Safety Fair

  


Photo Archive - May 2008
Stayton High School Graduation

 


Photo Archive - April 2008
Spring Sunshine Arrives!

 


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

Stayton Boys Semifinal Game
Stayton Girls Semifinal Game

Stayton Boys Quarterfinal Game

Stayton Girls Quarterfinal Game

 


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

QuarterFinal game photos

 


Photo Archive - January 2008
Snowfall in Stayton

  


Photo Archive - January 2008
Snowmen Invade Stayton!

  


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

  

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May 2017

May 22,  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. Meet other eager readers of chapter books. Read, do some art, share books, opinions, and recommendation. Who should join?  Readers who enjoy challenging 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 last Monday of the month.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
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May 23,  Tuesday

Local Job Fair - Employment Expo
3:30pm-5:30PM * Stayton High School Field House
757 W Locust Street, Stayton MAP>>

Your Opportunity - Local Job Fair connecting area businesses to employment seekers within the greater Stayton/Sublimity and surrounding area. Businesses are registering now that are in need of full time, part time and seasonal employees. This job fair is being held at the Stayton High School Field House Gym and is open to all community job seekers, including students. Job applicants should come prepared with all necessary personal information and documents, as well as resume and references as appropriate.

Interested businesses from all commercial industries are encouraged to contact Carmélle at 503-769-3464 for more information. Hosted by the Stayton/Sublimity Chamber of Commerce.

Participating businesses include:
Modern Building Systems
Siegmund Excavation & Construction
Jimco Fence
Elwood Tree Service
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
North Santiam School District
Mid-Columbia Bus
Red Built
Anytime Fitness
Pacific Power
Blazer Industries
Miller Timber Services
Knife River
Budget Blinds
Tom Fery Farms
First Call Home Health
Fitzpatrick Painting
Silver Falls Lodge & Conference Center
HBF International
NORPAC
Finding Your Neverland
John’s Waterproofing
Summit Cleaning & Restoration
Freres Lumber
Oregon Employment Department.
 

  • Story Time - Trucks, 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 - Trucks, 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>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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May 24,  Wednesday

What Makes Life Meaningful?
A Community Conversation

7pm, Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

A community conversation sponsored by Stayton United Methodist Church, hosted by the Oregon Humanities’ Statewide Conversation Project. Join us for this conversation with philosophy professor Prakash Chenjeri and Chaplain Fred Grewe as they engage us in a thoughtful and meaningful discussion about this very human question.

For more information about this free community discussion, please contact the Stayton United Methodist Church at (503) 769-5700 or fumcs@wvi.com Oregon Humanities connects Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities. More information about Oregon Humanities’ programs and publications can be found at www.oregonhumanities.org Oregon Humanities is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and a partner of the Oregon Cultural Trust.


May 25,  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.
     
  • Nutrition with Cooking Class Series - Shrivel Me Timbers, How to Dry Foods, 6:30pm-8pm, Calvary Lutheran Church, 198 Fern Ridge Road Stayton. Oregon State University Extension Service and Calvary Lutheran Church host this free cooking class. During this monthly series of classes, participants will learn strategies for eating healthier on a budget, ideas for increasing fruit, vegetable, and whole grains into our diet, ways to keep physically active, and more. Please contact Tonya Johnson at 503-373-3763 to register or to receive further information. Scroll down the calendar of events to find more classes thru June 22nd.
     
  • Bad Art Night, 7pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. The Stayton Public Library invites community members 18 and older to take a break from pressure and express some creativity with no expectations! Free. Please register at 503-769-3313 so we have enough supplies.
     
  • 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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May 26,  Friday

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  • Read to the Dog!, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to our friend Lucky the Border Collie.  Lucky is a therapy dog who really loves to hear kids read stories. Lucky will join us on the last Friday of each month.
     
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May 27,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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May 28,  Sunday


May 29,  Monday   Memorial Day


May 30,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Boats, 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 - Boats, 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 Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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May 31,  Wednesday

  • Canyon Senior Center Progressive Luncheon, Bus leaves at 11am from Canyon Senior Center, 844 S First Avenue, Mill City. The center is providing a bus for this progressive luncheon trip. First stop will be at Giovanni’s in Mill City for salad; Next on to Trexler’s Farm in Mehama for lunch and return to Poppa Al’s in Mill City for desert. The bus will then return to the Canyon Senior Center. For those who wish to continue the fun, we will finish by having a game day at the center. Please call 503-897-4176) to sign up for this event.
     
  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from the American Cancer Society. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Tea Time for Book Lovers, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A monthly book discussion group for adults. This month's book is "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford. Tea and cookies provided.
     
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June 2017

June 1,  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.
     
  • Teen Tech: Arduino Makerspace Workshop, 4pm-5:pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. The arduino workshop is aimed at introducing more advanced students to simple programming and electronic hardware utilization. The arduino is a modifiable microcontroller designed for ease of use so anyone can use it. Students will be able to choose from a plethora of activities ranging from working with LCD screens to driving electric motors. For ages grades 6 & up. This program is supported in whole or part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library. 
     
  • Adult Coloring Group - Coloring for Creativity and Comfort, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Looking for a way to reduce some stress and unwind? Join us for a relaxing evening of coloring. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind and helps promote overall wellness. Supplies and relaxing music provided.
     
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June 2,  Friday


June 3Saturday

80th Annual Marion County Lamb & Wool Show
8am-3pm * Turner Elementary School, 7800 School Street, Turner MAP>>

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

Days Schedule:

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

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

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

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

  • 11am - Turner Parade starts - Main Street

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

  • 2:30pm - Lamb club/chapter Championship

  • 3pm - Silent Auction Ends

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

28th Annual Santiam Hospital Fun Run & Health Walk
Registration/Check-In from 7:30am to 8:30am - Race at 9am
Santiam Hospital, 1401 N 10th Ave, Stayton MAP>> 

Online Registration>>    Registration Flyer/Form>>

5K Walk & 3K, 5K, 10K Runs. Pre-register by June 1st fees: $10 individual ($15 with t-shirt), $40 group of 4 with t-shirts. Day of Race registration fees: $20 individual ($25 with t-shirt), $50 group of 4 with t-shirts (while supplies last).

Chip timing provided by Eclectic Edge Racing. Prizes awarded to first place male and female runners in all age divisions. Keepsake prizes to all finishers. Come join us for health and fun! Hot coffee, cold smoothies, fresh fruit and delicious scones. Two $150 Stayton Sports Gift Cards will be raffled of at the awards ceremony after the run. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.

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

 

Foothills Church 8th Annual Poker Run
Foothills Church, 975 Fern Ridge Road, Stayton MAP>>
Registration 9am-10am. First riders depart at 9:30am

Join us for our 8th Annual Poker Run Motorcycle Ride! The 5 check point route includes the Mid-Willamette Valley and surrounding foothills. Cost is $15 for the 1st Hand, $10 per additional hands. Latest return time to be eligible for Poker Hand is 1pm. Lunch is included with the entry fee and is at approximately noon. Lots of Raffle Prizes to be given away. All proceeds go to the benefit of the Foothills Church Children’s Ministry. Rain or Shine. For more info contact Tim Taylor at 503-769-1825 or 503-930-7735.
 

Stayton Veterinary Hospital Open House
12:30pm- 4pm * 1308 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

Join us to celebrate the grand opening of our brand new facility on First Avenue in Stayton! We have doubled in size and now offer; six exam rooms, a large surgery suite with 2 surgery tables, a comprehensive in-house laboratory, and large treatment area to better service our patients. Clients can enjoy our spacious reception area as well as all the benefits of the new facility.

Our doors will be open to the community to tour our new facility and meet our team of five DVM's and a growing support staff. They will be available to meet and answer questions about the full line of services we are able to provide your pet or large animal. Attendants can enter to win one of our many raffle baskets, enjoy food and refreshments, as well as receive giveaways.
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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June 4,  Sunday


June 5,  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 - Book Club, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. This is a book club for kids who are beginning to read chapter books. It’s a fun group, we discuss the book, usually do an art project and always have snacks. 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.
     
  • 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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June 6,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Sun, 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 Lions Club Meeting, 12pm, Covered Bridge Cafe, 510, N Third Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our no host lunch meeting in the upper room of the cafe.
     
  • Story Time - Sun, 3:30pm-4:30m, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. All ages welcome to join the fun, school kids especially. Free, no registration necessary.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Stayton Public Library meeting room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. 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 and meeting packet>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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June 7,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from the Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Stayton Red Hat Strutters Luncheon Meeting, 12pm, Almost Home Restaurant, 3310 Market Street NE, Salem. . Hostesses will be Valorie Baxter and Jeannie Brundidge, contact them to make your reservation at 503-900-0051 or 503-999-2262. 

    The Red Hat Strutters meet on the 1st Wednesday of each month. The meeting and luncheon are open to the public, just contact the hostess for the month to make a reservation or get more information. The only rules are: if you are 50 or over you should wear a red hat and purple clothing; if you are under 50 you wear a pink hat and lavender clothing. The only exception is if it is your birthday month you wear a purple hat and red clothing.

    There are no dues, if you do not have email a donation could be made for postage so you can receive notification of meetings and activities. We have members from Stayton, Aumsville, Scio, Salem, Sublimity, Turner and Mill City, ages range from 47 to 90+. Activities include luncheons, games, secret sisters, celebrate birthdays, etc.
     
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June 8,  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.
     
  • 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 9,  Friday

  • Stayton High School Graduation, 7pm, Salem Armory Auditorium, 2310 17th St NE, Salem. MAP>>
     
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June 10,  Saturday

Aumsville Saturday Market - 7th 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! Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here and this year we also have the Aumsville Community Theatre “Act on Radio” group presenting old time radio shows at each event. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

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  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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June 11,  Sunday

Santiam Heritage Foundation Plant Sale
At The Historic Charles & Martha Brown House
12pm-4pm * 425 N First Avenue, Stayton MAP>>

The Santiam Heritage Foundation is hosting their annual plant sale at The Brown House on First Avenue in Stayton. Participating nurseries are members of the Cascade Nursery Trail, an alliance of independent family owned nurseries specializing in plants that do well in the Pacific Northwest. This is a special opportunity you won't want to miss. Come find the plants your landscape needs. And bring a friend... because friends help friends be gardeners! A portion of sales will go to the Foundation benefiting the ongoing restoration of the house. Credit/Debit cards will be accepted.

Come see our progress in restoring this 1903 Queen Anne beauty. The house will be open for touring during sale hours. Refreshments will be provided.
 


June 12,  Monday

  • Build a Better World, Stayton Public Library Summer Reading Program sign-ups start today. Prizes and exciting events for all ages. Stayton Public Library, 515 N 1st Ave, Stayton, 503-769-3313.
     

  • 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, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. For ages 5 and up. Participants limited to first 20. Sign up required at the Library or call 503-769-3313. Art Club is every 2nd Monday.
     
  • Aumsville City Council Meeting, 7pm, Aumsville Community Center, 555 Main Street, Aumsville. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Lyons Fire District Board Meeting, 7pm, Lyons Fire Station, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • 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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June 13,  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 - Three Little Pigs, 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.
     
  • 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>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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June 14,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from Cherriots Bus Service. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Lyons Garden Club Meeting, 1pm, Lyons Fire Department conference room, 1114 Main Street, Lyons. This will be the last meeting for the summer (meetings will resume on September 13). Hostesses will be Margie Forrest and Jean Newham. The group will be celebrating a June birthday for Valorie Baxter. The garden tour that was held on May 10 will be discussed, there was a very large turnout.

    All meetings are open to the public and potential new members. Dues are $12.00 per year which includes a club booklet with agenda for the year and garden hints, a name badge and a Garden Club Patch for them to wear. Activities for the club include special speakers on garden topics, annual garden tour, picnic, no host holiday potlucks, summer picnic, plant exchanges, community projects, discussions of garden problems and hints, etc.

    New members and guests are always welcome. For more information please contact President John Hollensteiner at 503-508-5913, or Cheryl Cappelletti 503-767-3348.
     

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June 15,  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.
     
  • Rock the Block Lego Club, 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our Legos! We have Legos  just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. Lego Club meets 3rd Thursday of the month.
     
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June 16,  Friday


June 17,  Saturday

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market , 9am-3pm, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. Free admission.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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June 19,  Monday

  • Little Eagles Boys Basketball Camp, 9am-12pm June 19-22, Stayton High School Main Gym, 757 W Locust Street, Stayton. For boys entering grades 1 thru 8. Cost is $40 per person. The camp is designed to provide fundamental instruction on the game of  basketball. Shooting, ball handling, rebounding and individual defensive concepts are covered in each of the clinics. The camp is lead by Joe Kiser, Stayton High School Boys Head Basketball coach. Please complete and return the registration form below to the Stayton High School Office by June 5th. Registrations will also be accepted at the door on June 19th, first day of camp. Registration Form>>
     
  • 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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June 20,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Tools, 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 Lions Club Meeting, 12pm, Covered Bridge Cafe, 510, N Third Avenue, Stayton. Join us for our no host lunch meeting in the upper room of the cafe.
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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June 21,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be from Friends of Old Town 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.
     
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June 22,  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.
     
  • Nutrition with Cooking Class Series - Water Bath Canning Fruit, 6:30pm-8pm, Calvary Lutheran Church, 198 Fern Ridge Road Stayton. Oregon State University Extension Service and Calvary Lutheran Church host this free cooking class. During this monthly series of classes, participants will learn strategies for eating healthier on a budget, ideas for increasing fruit, vegetable, and whole grains into our diet, ways to keep physically active, and more. Please contact Tonya Johnson at 503-373-3763 to register or to receive further information.
     
  • 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 23,  Friday

NW Extreme Truck Challenge 
& Chicago Style Racing
Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds, 11880 Sublimity Road, Sublimity Map>
Gates Open 5:30pm ~ Pit Party Starts 5:30pm ~ Racing at 7pm

Great action packed truck racing at the Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds! Modified trucks and drivers will be competing for prize money in two racing events both Friday and Saturday nights. In the NW Extreme Truck Challenge, drivers challenge their skills for fastest time on a course that includes jumps, boulders, above ground mud pit, turn and a log obstacle. In the new this year Chicago Style Racing, Tuff Trucks and Side X Sides will be racing in head to head match-ups with winners moving up the bracket. Two racers start on opposite sides of an oval track with jumps, racing in the same direction. Two laps, first back to their starting line wins.

In addition to racing there will be a pit party to get up close to the trucks and meet the drivers, a Kid Zone (free Friday night with admission courtesy of EZ Timber sponsorship, ride tickets additional Saturday), and food and beer available on the grounds. Photos and video from last year>>

Admission at the gate is: Adults $15; Senior and Military ID $12; Kids 12-6 $8; 5 and under are free. Advance discount tickets are available for: Adults $12, Kids $6. They can be purchased beginning May 15th at both D&W Automotive stores in Sublimity and Jefferson... or purchase online now!

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  • Teen Summer Kick-Off Party, 6pm-7:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Let’s start the summer off with an after-hours party. There will be Wii games, board games, and Minute-to-win-it Challenges. Prizes and snacks too! For teens going into grades 6-12.
     
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June 24,  Saturday

NW Extreme Truck Challenge 
& Chicago Style Racing

Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds, 11880 Sublimity Road, Sublimity Map>
Gates Open 5:30pm ~ Pit Party Starts 5:30pm ~ Racing at 7pm

Great action packed truck racing at the Sublimity Harvest Festival Grounds! Modified trucks and drivers will be competing for prize money in two racing events both Friday and Saturday nights. In the NW Extreme Truck Challenge, drivers challenge their skills for fastest time on a course that includes jumps, boulders, above ground mud pit, turn and a log obstacle. In the new this year Chicago Style Racing, Tuff Trucks and Side X Sides will be racing in head to head match-ups with winners moving up the bracket. Two racers start on opposite sides of an oval track with jumps, racing in the same direction. Two laps, first back to their starting line wins.

In addition to racing there will be a pit party to get up close to the trucks and meet the drivers, a Kid Zone (free Friday night with admission courtesy of EZ Timber sponsorship, ride tickets additional Saturday), and food and beer available on the grounds. Photos and video from last year>>

Admission at the gate is: Adults $15; Senior and Military ID $12; Kids 12-6 $8; 5 and under are free. Advance discount tickets are available for: Adults $12, Kids $6. They can be purchased beginning May 15th at both D&W Automotive stores in Sublimity and Jefferson... or purchase online now!

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You will receive an order confirmation by email. Please print, or display on your phone, to redeem your tickets in purchasers name at the will-call booth. Ticket purchases are not refundable.
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  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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June 25,  Sunday


June 26,  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. Meet other eager readers of chapter books. Read, do some art, share books, opinions, and recommendation. Who should join?  Readers who enjoy challenging 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 last Monday of the month.
     
  • 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>>
     
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June 27,  Tuesday

  • Story Time - Build A Nest, 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.
     
  • 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>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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June 28,  Wednesday

  • Stayton Area Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Santiam Golf Club, 8724 Golf Club Rd, Aumsville. Presentation will be about the Immaculate Conception Church remodel. Guests are welcome to attend. For information on the Rotary Club, including membership, visit their website>> or contact staytonarearotary@gmail.com 
     
  • Cupcake Wars, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Can you win the cupcake wars? Come to this fun event and find out. For teens going into grades 6-12. Registration required, 503-769-3313.
     
  • Tea Time for Book Lovers, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A monthly book discussion group for adults. This month's book is Loving Frank by Nancy Horan. Tea and cookies provided.
     
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June 29,  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.
     
  • Summer Reading Performer - Creature Feature with Steve Lattanzi, 4pm-5pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Prepare yourself for the ultimate reptile adventure!
     
  • DIY Terrariums, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E. G Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Build a better world… and bring some green into your home. Learn how and make your own terrarium with succulents. For ages 12 through adult, free, registration required. 503-769-3313
     
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June 30,  Friday

  • Read to the Dog!, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to our friend Lucky the Border Collie.  Lucky is a therapy dog who really loves to hear kids read stories. Lucky will join us on the last Friday of each month.
     
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July 2017

July 1,  Saturday 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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July 2Sunday

Mill City 4th of July Celebration Events
Today's events are held at Kimmel Park
(except bed races) MAP>>

  • Mutt Show is from 10am to 12pm. Register your mutt in advance or on-site prior to event, only $2 per entry. Several categories for judging.  Mutt Show Registration Form>>
     

  • Horseshoe Tournament begins at 11am Horseshoe Registration Form>>
     

  • Festival grounds open 12pm-8pm with Beer Garden, Food, Vendors and Art/Craft Fair. Vendor Registration Form>>
     

  • Bed Races, 2:30pm check in, 3:30pm races. Santiam High School front entrance, 265 SW Evergreen Street, Mill City. $10 Entry fee.  Bed Races Registration Form>>
     

  • Live Music with Rock Candi at 7pm. All girl classic rock band covering artists like Pat Benetar, Grace Potter, Judas Priest, Queen, Cheap Trick, Blondie, Led Zeppelin and more. Rock Candi is: Susan Castronovo Needles, lead vocals; Pearl Woodin, Guitar/vocals; Brenda Ross, bass/vocals; Darcy Wallace, drums/vocals.
     


July 3,  Monday

Mill City 4th of July Celebration Events
Today's events are held at Kimmel Park MAP>>

  • Festival Grounds open 9am-8pm with Beer Garden, Food, Vendors and Art/Craft Fair.  Vendor Registration Form>>
     

  • Old Fashioned Family Games begin at 10am
     

  • Evolution of the Saw logging exhibition runs from 11am to 5pm
     

  • Live music with Shelli Kern - The Singing Sparrow from 2pm-4pm and the Santiam Canton Community Chorus at 4pm.
     

  • Dancing in the Dark street dance. Music for all ages provided by dj Jammin Jenn. 8pm-11pm at the Santiam Elementary School covered area. Food will be available from the Diamond Clover 4H group.
     

  • 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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July 4thTuesda  Independence Day
 

Mill City 4th of July Events

  • Mill City Lions Club Breakfast, 7am-11am, Santiam High School Commons, 265 SW Evergreen Street, Mill City. Adults $6, 12 and under $4.
     

  • Rick Posekany Memorial 3k/5k/10k Fun Run/Walk, Check in starts at 8am, run at 9am, at the corner of SE Fairview Street and SE 6th Avenue, Mill City. Adult registration is $25, Youth (under 18) $20.  Posekany Run Registration Form>>
     

  • Mill City 4th of July Festival Grounds, 9am-Fireworks , Kimmel Park, Mill City. MAP>>  Beer Garden & Food, Vendors and Art/Craft Fair. Live music beginning at 4pm with Shelli Kern - The Singing Sparrow, Kat Courtney, The Smokes and the Canyon All Stars. Spectacular Fireworks Show at 10pm (dusk).  Vendor Registration Form>>
     

  • Mill City Grand Parade - Bridging the Generations, 12pm, Get your entry in now!  Parade Registration Form>>
     

  • Live Music With: Shelli Kern - The Singing Sparrow 2pm-3pm; The Smokes, country rock at 5pm; The Canyon All-Stars at 7pm.

FIREWORKS AT DUSK!

 

Mill City Fireworks Show made possible through the fundraising efforts of
the Mill City Volunteer Fire Department. Your donation gladly accepted!

Stayton 4th of July Events

  • 34th 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 June 27th
    $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. New for 2016 will be the use of 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 - "Small Town USA", 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. The Stayton Moose Lodge is the organizer of the Stayton Parade. For questions please use the contact number or email address on the entry application.

July 5,  Wednesday

  • Bridge Building Competition, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. You build a bridge with our supplies and see who's can hold up the most books! For teens going into grades 6-12. Registration required, 503-769-3313.
     
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, 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 and meeting packet>>
     
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July 6,  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.
     
  • Adult Coloring Group - Coloring for Creativity and Comfort, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Looking for a way to reduce some stress and unwind? Join us for a relaxing evening of coloring. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind and helps promote overall wellness. Supplies and relaxing music provided.
     
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July 7,  Friday


July 8,  Saturday

Aumsville Saturday Market - 7th 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! Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here and this year we also have the Aumsville Community Theatre “Act on Radio” group presenting old time radio shows at each event. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

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Vendor registration available now. 12x12 outdoor spaces only $15.
Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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July 9,  Sunday


July 10,  Monday

  • Art Club at the Library, 3:30pm-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.
     
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July 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.
     
  • 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.
     
  • 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>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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July 12,  Wednesday

  • Life Size Angry Birds, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Join us in the Community Center Park behind the library for a real life version of this popular game! For teens going into grades 6-12.
     
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July 13,  Thursday

  • Who Lived There?, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E. G Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A presentation of Stayton’s historical houses and the families that lived there. Presented by Carol Zolkoske. All are invited to attend.
     
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July 14,  Friday


July 15,  Saturday

Stayton Free Summer Movies in the Park

Angry Birds

Movie starts at dusk (weather permitting) Community Center Park, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton (behind the Stayton Public Library). Map>> 
Pack up the kids, blankets and lawn chairs and come out for an evening of fun!

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This free event made possible by local business sponsors. If you would like to help sponsor these events, contact Young Mobile Entertainment at 503-769-8048 or yme@wvi.com 

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market , 9am-3pm, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. Free admission.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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July 16,  Sunday


July 17,  Monday

  • 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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July 18,  Tuesday

  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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July 19,  Wednesday

  • Book Art, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Upcycle old books into new treasures. For teens going into grades 6-12.
     
  • 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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July 20,  Thursday

  • Rock the Block Lego Club, 3pm-4:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Kids of all ages welcome to come build with our Legos! We have Legos  just waiting for your creative ideas. Humans under 6 will need to be accompanied by an adult human. Likewise, adult humans will need to be accompanied by a child. Lego Club meets 3rd Thursday of the month.
     
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July 21,  Friday


July 22,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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July 23,  Sunday


July 24,  Monday


July 25,  Tuesday

  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Santiam Al-Anon Family Group Meeting, 7:30pm (every Tuesday), Mt. View Church, 111 Main Street, Aumsville. Al-Anon is a confidential organization for family and friends of alcoholics, helping people cope with the effects of another person's problem drinking. Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking this help. This meeting has been serving the entire North Santiam region for over 35 years. More information about Al-Anonis available on their website>>
     
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July 26,  Wednesday

  • Mystery Building Challenge, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Building challenges using only what we give you. For teens going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Tea Time for Book Lovers, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A monthly book discussion group for adults. This Month's book is Spare Parts : Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, And The Battle For The American Dream by Joshua Davis. Tea and cookies provided.
     
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July 27,  Thursday


July 28,  Friday


July 29,  Saturday

Stayton Free Summer Movies in the Park

Trolls

Movie starts at dusk (weather permitting) Community Center Park, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton (behind the Stayton Public Library). Map>> 
Pack up the kids, blankets and lawn chairs and come out for an evening of fun!

*****

This free event made possible by local business sponsors. If you would like to help sponsor these events, contact Young Mobile Entertainment at 503-769-8048 or yme@wvi.com 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

July 30,  Sunday


July 31,  Monday

  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 2017
August 1,  Tuesday
  • Stayton Parks and Recreation Board Meeting, 6:30pm, 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 and meeting packet>>
     
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August 2,  Wednesday


August 3,  Thursday

  • Adult Coloring Group - Coloring for Creativity and Comfort, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Looking for a way to reduce some stress and unwind? Join us for a relaxing evening of coloring. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind and helps promote overall wellness. Supplies and relaxing music provided.
     
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August 4,  Friday


August 5,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 6,  Sunday


August 7,  Monday

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

August 8,  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.
     
  • 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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August 9,  Wednesday


August 10,  Thursday


August 11,  Friday


August 12,  Saturday

Aumsville Saturday Market - 7th 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! Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here and this year we also have the Aumsville Community Theatre “Act on Radio” group presenting old time radio shows at each event. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now. 12x12 outdoor spaces only $15.
Vendor Registration Form>> 
 

"Paws for the Cause" Dog Wash/Canned Food Drive
9am-4pm * Stayton Veterinary Hospital, 1308 N First Ave, Stayton
MAP>>

Stayton Veterinary Hospital is very pleased to host the third 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 prize 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.
 

Stayton Free Summer Movies in the Park

Moana

Movie starts at dusk (weather permitting) Community Center Park, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton (behind the Stayton Public Library). Map>> 
Pack up the kids, blankets and lawn chairs and come out for an evening of fun!

*****

This free event made possible by local business sponsors. If you would like to help sponsor these events, contact Young Mobile Entertainment at 503-769-8048 or yme@wvi.com 

  • Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market , 9am-3pm, 1140 5th Street, Lyons. Free admission.
     
  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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August 13,  Sunday


August 14,  Monday


August 15,  Tuesday


August 16,  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 17,  Thursday

  • Author Visit - Rob Magnusson Smith, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E. G Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A graduate of Stayton High School, Rob Magnuson Smith is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, journalist, and university lecturer. A dual citizen of the US and  the UK, Smith teaches English and Creative Writing at Exeter’s Penryn campus in Cornwall. There will be a reception accompanying the event.
      
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August 18,  Friday


August 19,  Saturday

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
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August 20,  Sunday

River City Music & Art Jamboree
Presented by Santiam Hearts to Arts & North Santiam Chamber of Commerce
12pm-8pm * Kimmel Park, Mill City MAP>>

 

A day of Live Music, Art, Food, Beer & Wine Garden and fun activities, including eclipse education, as we celebrate and prepare to view the much anticipated Great Eclipse on Monday morning! Bands scheduled for entertainment are the Canyon Allstars and Cascade Rye. There is no general admission charge into the park grounds but donations will be accepted. Admission will be charged to the Beer & Wine Garden. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for full access to all events including the Beer & Wine Garden with premium VIP seating, a full meal, one adult beverage or two soft drinks. Get your VIP ticket now online!

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

Vendor Application>>
  


August 21,  Monday


Total Solar Eclipse
A Fantastic Once in a Lifetime Event!

A total eclipse of the sun will occur at about 10:16am covering the entire Aumsville, Stayton, Sublimity and Santiam Canyon area. Totality will last approximately two minutes. This Great Eclipse will start over the Pacific Ocean, with the umbra (shadow of the moon) hitting the Oregon coast around Depoe Bay at 10:15am. It will traverse the entire width of the United States and reach the Atlantic coast in South Carolina in only 94 minutes.

To view the totality of the eclipse, one must be located in the area of the path shown between the two blue lines on the map below. Our local area is located almost exactly dead center of the path, shown by the red line, which provides the longest duration of totality. Look for more information in the coming months of local events and activities surrounding this once in a lifetime phenomenon.

No matter what you will plan to do to experience the event, you will want to have solar safe Eclipse viewing glasses available for your family or party. You cannot look directly at the eclipse stages with even a tiny sliver of the sun showing. It may seem early to purchase but the demand is expected to be high. You should get them now to be safe. Just store them in a drawer!

For more detailed technical eclipse information, check the
NASA Eclipse website>>

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  • 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>>

August 22,  Tuesday
  • Mill City City Council Meeting, 6:30pm, Mill City City Hall, 444 S First Avenue, Mill City. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 23,  Wednesday

  • End Of Summer Party and Water Fight In The Park, 3pm-4pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. Celebrate the end of summer with a party in the Community Center Park behind the library. For teens going into grades 6-12.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 24,  Thursday


August 25,  Friday


August 26,  Saturday

Stayton Free Summer Movies in the Park

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Movie starts at dusk (weather permitting) Community Center Park, 400 W Virginia Street, Stayton (behind the Stayton Public Library). Map>> 
Pack up the kids, blankets and lawn chairs and come out for an evening of fun!

*****

This free event made possible by local business sponsors. If you would like to help sponsor these events, contact Young Mobile Entertainment at 503-769-8048 or yme@wvi.com 

  • Aumsville Museum & History Center, open 11am-2pm, 599 Main Street, Aumsville. Display of local history, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts. Free admission. To schedule a viewing by appointment on days other than Saturday, call 503-749-2744.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 27,  Sunday


August 28,  Monday

  • Stayton Planning Commission Meeting, 7pm, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia Street. Meetings are open to the public. Click for Agenda>>
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 29,  Tuesday


August 30,  Wednesday

  • Tea Time for Book Lovers, 5:30pm, Stayton Public Library E.G. Siegmund Room, 515 N First Avenue, Stayton. A monthly book discussion group for adults. This Month's book is The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce. Tea and cookies provided.
     
  • Send Your Community Event Information to staytonevents@wvi.com . Please read these guidelines.

August 31,  Thursday


September 2017
September 1,  Friday
September 2,  Saturday
September 3,  Sunday
September 4,  Monday
September 5,  Tuesday
September 6,  Wednesday
September 7,  Thursday
September 8,  Friday
September 9,  Saturday

Aumsville Saturday Market - 7th 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! Visit the Aumsville Museum and History Center while you are here and this year we also have the Aumsville Community Theatre “Act on Radio” group presenting old time radio shows at each event. Proceeds from vendor fees help support Aumsville PARC programs for area youth.

*****

Vendor registration available now. 12x12 outdoor spaces only $15.
Vendor Registration Form>>
 


September 10,  Sunday
September 11,  Monday
September 12,  Tuesday
September 13,  Wednesday
September 14,  Thursday
September 15,  Friday
September 16,  Saturday
September 17,  Sunday
September 18,  Monday
September 19,  Tuesday
September 20,  Wednesday
September 21,  Thursday
September 22,  Friday
September 23,  Saturday
September 24,  Sunday
September 25,  Monday
September 26,  Tuesday
September 27,  Wednesday
September 28,  Thursday
September 29,  Friday

September 30,  Saturday


October 2017
October 1,  Sunday
 
 
October 31,  Tuesday
November 2017
November 1,  Wednesday
 
 
November 30, Thursday
December 2017
December 1,  Friday
 
 
December 31,  Sunday
 
 

 
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Local Organizations

 

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

staytonevents@wvi.com  

 

Stayton Area Rotary Club

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

2017

 

Aumsville Community Theatre

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

2017

 

Santiam Hearts to Arts

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

2017

 

Santiam Heritage Foundation

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

2017

   

Stayton Lions Club

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

2017

 

Friends of Old Town Stayton

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

2017

 

Stayton Friends
of the Library

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

2017

 

Santiam Hospital Auxiliary

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

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

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

2017

 

Aumsville Historical Society

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

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

2017

 

Sublimity Quilters

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

2017

 

Stayton Boy Scouts Troop 50

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

2017

 

Friends of the
Stayton Pool

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

2017

   

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