The Mt. St. Helens Club is southwest Washington’s oldest & favorite outing club. Currently with 100 members & growing, the club schedules hikes (almost) every Monday and (almost) every Saturday year round. During the winter, hikes are often replaced by x-country skiing & snowshoeing. Other outdoor activities include biking, camping, canoeing and picnicking.
Monday hikes are Easy to Moderate: (3 to 7 miles & less than 1000 elevation) Saturday hikes are Moderate to Difficult (5 to 12 miles & over 1000 elevation).
To learn more, access the website:mtsthelensclub.org
Once looking at the website press the “Events” tab, then select the outing you want to begin your experience with this great group of people. If you have questions about this event, just phone the leader. If you get an answering machine, leave a message & expect a call back.
Runners and walkers meet each Saturday for an hour of exercise followed by coffee. Location varies each week, check website for details.
Come to the Cowlitz Community Farmer's Market and find produce, plants, crafts, baked goods, eggs, entertainment, and fun! Come on down and join the fun there's something good for everyone!
Centralia 10/21/2009 Wednesday and 10/22/2009 Thursday 6:00pm to 8:30pm and 6:00pm to 8:30pm Centralia Community College, 600 Centralia College Blvd, Centralia Instructor(s): Nita Cook, Madrona Mortgage - Olympia and Diane Weaver, Reward International Real Estate Co-Sponsored by: DFI Please Note: For reservations call 360.791.7355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us every Saturday for the Battle Ground Village Outdoor Market (until Sept 25th) 9 am - 4 pm
Enjoy the beautiful summer days in the Pacific Northwest while seeing what our established craftsmen and women, bakers, farmers, entertainers, undiscovered talents and innovative artists have to share.
Battle Ground Village Outdoor Market SE 14th Loop Battle Ground, WA 98604
Let's take a ride on the Steam Train!
Presented by the Chehalis-Centrailia Railroad and Museum 1101 Sylvenus Street, Chehalis, Washington
Rides available every Saturday and Sunday September 26, 2010
If your are interested in working on a Habitat for Humanity Build Site - please call our Volunteer Coordinator ON TUESDAY OR THURSDAY from 9:00 a.m. to Noon or send an e-mail to email@example.com. We generally keep volunteers to 15-20 per site and currently build on Saturdays. Call the coordinator for location and availability. WAIVERS and other paperwork, including a safety orientation must be completed prior to working on any Habitat site or the Habitat Store.
We typically work every Saturday from 8:30 to 3:30 - with the exception of Holiday Weekends - NO CONSTRUCTION.
If your group is interested in participating in your own group build day - let us know - there is a group fee and asigned limited workdays/workweeks for these groups.
Thanks for your interest and support for Cowlitz County Habitat for Humanity!
Chehalis Valley 3rd Annual Fall Wine Tasting Tour Saturday Sept. 25 - 11:00am - 7:00pm Sunday Sept. 26 - 11:00am - 6:00pm The Chehalis Valley wineries invite you to the 3Annual Fall Wine Tasting and Tour . There are 6 boutique wineries, each with their own distinction and style. You’ll find a large variety of wine, from the basic Merlot to Chardonnay to special blends, as well as fruit and dessert wines. Start at the winery of your choice to purchase your Passport and commemorative wine glass. Passports are good for both days Free wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres for your enjoyment at all 6 wineries. Music, Games & Prizes Visit us all for a chance to win the gift basket. Travel at your own pace or, plan a guided bus trip , contact Marieke at: http://nwepicurean.comfor bus tour info. (additional charges may apply for bus tour) $15.00 at the door of any Participating Winery - $13.00 in advance Heymann Winery - 212 N Tower Ave, Centralia WA 98531 Widgeon Hill Winery - 211 Widgeon Hill Rd, Chehalis WA 98532 Wells' Winery - 140 Eschaton Rd, Onalaska, WA 98570 Birchfield Winery - 921 Middle Fork Rd,Onalaska, WA 98570 Weatherwax Cellars - 300 Brim Rd,Onalaska, WA 98570 Scatter Creek Winery - 3442 180th Ave SW, Tenino WA 98589 Must be 21 years of age to comsume alcohol
Joint Heirs Day Adventures is a specialized service that provides day and overnight outings for those 18 and over with developmental disabilities. Our staff is dedicated, caring, licensed, and certified. Our purpose is to provide quality, specialized, alternative recreation and leisure opportunities in an atmosphere where all can be happy and accepted - no matter what their capacities or limitations may be.
Our goal is that all persons attending our programs feel respected and important and that this will result in higher self esteem and enhanced quality of life. We feel that our program, when utilized as respite, will become a welcome addition to our clients routines as well as to their parents or care givers and that it will be used as a means to compliment the lives of all concerned.
We offer outings 2-3 times a month and special events throughout the year. We require that participants register and provide background and emergency information prior to any outings. This is not a drop in program as space is limited. Although we have a bus, our trips fill up fast and we recommend that you call first for seat availability. Please call for more information and to be placed on our mailing list that will include quarterly mailings of flyers. References are available.
Contact Glenda for more information: 360-577-3883 firstname.lastname@example.org
PUYALLUP FAIR SEPTEMBER 25, SATURDAY 10:00AM TO 6:00PM FEE: $50 We're heading to the Puyallup fair! Browse through the animal barns, watch the entertainment, ride some rides, but don't forget the cotton candy! Entrance is included, bring money for lunch, ride tickets, or souvenirs.
NORTH COUNTY RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION 8TH ANNUAL DINNER AUCTION & DANCE SATURDAY, SEPT 25TH
HAWAIIAN THEMED DINNER * SILENT/LIVE AUCTIONS * LIVE MUSIC TRIP TO HAWAII TO BE RAFFLED OFF! WHERE: TOUTLE RIVER RV PARK RESORT (I-5 AT EXIT 52) TIME: 4-5P AUCTION PREVIEWS - 5:30 LIVE AND SILENT AUCTIONS - 9PM TO MIDNIGHT MUSIC AND DANCING TICKETS: $20 EACH OR 2/$35 TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FLOWER POT, FOUR CORNERS GENERAL STORE AND FOUR CORNERS FARM AND GARDEN IN CASTLE ROCK DON'T MISS THE FUN!
FOR MORE INFORMATION: POLLY AT 749-9769 "BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR YOUNG ATHLETES" - NORTH COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX
MOUNT SAINT HELENS MOTORCYCLE CLUB FLAT TRACK MOTORCYCLE RACES WHERE: CASTLE ROCK RACE PARK, 120 FAIR LANE, CASTLE ROCK, WA WHEN: 5:30 PM PRACTICE - 7PM RACES TICKETS: $5/PERSON, $20/FAMILY 2 CANS OF FOOD AND ONE PAID ADMISSION IS ENTITLED TO SECOND ADMISSION FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: JERRY CAMERON 503/522-8713
FOOD DONATION BENEFITS CASTLE ROCK LIONS CLUB FOOD BANK
All weekend featuring diverse styles of jazzy music.
Fri Sept 24th- The Olympia Jazz Tentette "A Tribute to West Coast Jazz: the music of Shorty Rogers, Marty Paich and Gerry Mulligan" directed by Syd Potter and featuring many outstanding musicians from around Puget Sound in a little big band setting.
Sat Sept 25th- Los Calaveras Los Calaveras plays a mix of Latin American and original songs with an energetic and improvisational style. The music is marked by a sense of groove and a Latin feel that show folkloric, jazz, rock, and blues influences. The musicians bring on an unpredictable mix of instruments that may include the cuatro puertorriqueño and guitarron, guitars, and violin, along with saxophone, clarinet, congas and percussion. For over 20 years, Los Calaveras has been playing together in their home base of Olympia and around Western Washington. http://calaverismo.com/Calaverismo!/home.html
Sun Sept 26th- Special O.P.S. & Professor Gall SPECIAL O.P.S. (Ostrowski-Parris-Seman) is a free improvisation commando unit replete with dark regalia, sonic hand grenades and a warped sense of humor. Their performances draw influence from contemporary chamber composition, small group jazz improvisation, electronic experimentalism, metal, droll wit and sonic shenanigans. The Portland, Oregon conglomerate Professor Gall consists of Drew Norman on vocals, guitar, and banjo, who conveys a 'Top Hat' stage persona and is responsible for the initial musical and lyrical embellishments. He is also a 'go to' man hired for studio work and live shows for the likes of Jeff Hanson (Kill Rock Stars), Chris Robley's Fear of Heights (Cutthroat Pop) and Will West (local roots troubadour). Chad Youngman, a long time musical cohort of Norman's, provides stand-up bass, polytheistic vision, and conceptual lyrics; while Scott Johnston heads up the first chair position for the horn section, arranging charts and providing his saxophone alchemy. Rounding out the ensemble is Monte Skillings on trombone, Russell Gores on drums, and Andrew Clarinet on the.…ahem…clarinet. http://monktail.com/monknew/blog/bios#ops http://www.professorgall.com/
All shows 8pm, all ages, $6/each or a three show pass for $15. Advance tickets available at Book 'n' Brush, Hands On Guitars and The Matrix Coffeehouse in Chehalis; Rainy Day in Olympia($7/night, $16 3 night w/ service charge) or via papal links from: http://matrixcoffeehouse.com/events.htm#SJS
--- Make a weekend of it! For those jazz fans living a distance from Chehalis, A group rate ($60/ night- 1 bed, double occupancy- contact them for other beds/occupancies) has been set up for ticket-holders at The Relax Inn at 550 SW Parkland Drive, Chehalis, Washington 98532. Call them toll free: (800) 843-6916 for reservations. on the web: http://relaxinnwashington.homestead.com/index.html
Other (non-affiliated) daytime events in the area that weekend include: -45th annual Harvest Swap Meet Put on by Centralia Chehalis Vintage Auto Club. http://www.ccvac.com/swapmeet.htm -Chehalis Valley Annual Fall Wine Tour Date: September 25, 2010 - September 26, 2010 http://www.wellswinery.com/
The Matrix Coffeehouse Music Arts Community & Food since 1995 434 NW Prindle St Chehalis, WA 98532 360.740.0492 www.matrixcoffeehouse.com
Art work of members of the Columbian Artists Association is on display in the Koth Gallery at the Longview Library.