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PAGE 6 [ 11m New Era [ Aulust 30, 2017 Local artists to Concerts on tap Reservations are required. For To register, either for the class information call (541)367-1560. or the support group, call (541) 451-6313. play Marks Ridge at The Point Local musicians Marilyn Tyler, Jobe Woosley will play at The Area artists' work Bill Langdon and Keith Scofield will Point Restaurant at 7 p.m. Satur- in 11 show perform chamber music at Marks day, Sept. 2. More more on Woos- gauery ley, a local rising star, see page 1. The Gallery Calapooia will host Ridge Winery at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1. Cost is $10. Bring a picnic din- neT. Sick Monkey, a Corvallis-based rock/metal/alternative rock band, is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8. an artists reception for illustrator Melissa Babcock Saylor and pot- ter Dennis Johanson as well as 18 other mid-valley artists from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, at 222 W 1st Lava Lake hike offered Sept. 8 The Sweet Home Ranger Sta- tion will host a five-mile hike at Lava Lake at 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 8. The hike is moderate intensity. A fee will be charged. For more information, visit ration event from 6 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 at its Circle of Flags, 505 Mullins Drive. The event will remember those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 and will include guest speak- ers, ringing of the bells and more. For more information, call the Lebanon Police Department at (541) 451-1751. CARDV fund-raiser Ave, Albany. www.recreation.gov, at Albany brewery Wine, beer and snacks will be served. The Center Against Rape and Babcock Saylor is an illustra- Learn to preserve Domestic Violence will hold a bene- tOT working in cut paper. She is a fit dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. on Sept. watercolor artist and hand paints tomatoes, salsa 15 at Calapooia Brewing Co 140 most of the papers she uses. Oregon State University Ex- NE Hill St Albany. Johanson taught pottery and tension Service will hold a tomato/ Tickets are a suggested dona- enjoys throwing, glazing and firing salsa preservation workshop from tion of $10 to $20 each, available a wide variety of day bodies in his 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. online or at the door; a $5 dona- own studib. 9, at the Community of Christ tion is recommended for children Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to Church, 1485 Gilham Road, Eu- 12 and under. To purchase tickets 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. gene. online, visit cardv.org/benefit. For more information, call (541) The workshop will include in- Attendees can enter to win 971-5701 or visit www.gallerycala- formation on canning tomatoes, raffle prizes from local businesses. podia.com, making tomato and tomatillo sal- Raffle tickets are $5 each, or six for sas, freezing and drying tomatoes $25. Winners do not need to be present Hospital offers as well as tips for using green toma- . . . toes For more details on the event, '~ t i *~^ r r n Pr including the prizes, visit the web- help for diabetics .os s ,ao pe pe so . e- . re "stration is re uested site listed above or contact denniter gi q . ^~ .^ ~ ;^ .~ Morris at (541) 758-0219, ext. 302 East Linn County residents Re v ,-if- or jennifer morris@cardv org diagnosed with pre-diabetes or avaname at ntrp://extensmn.or- " " similar conditions can are invited egonstate.edu/lane/announce- to a free eight-week class at Sa- ments/food-preservation-baking- ]~/~ 1 .- T^TI I -maritan Lebanon Community classses or call the OSU Extension ~ ~dlD UII VV libel5 Hospital Service Master Food Preserver hot- -1 1 The hospitals Diabetes Edu- line at (541) 344-4885. W~t~l~ly lllgllU cation team will begin its next Meals on Wheels, also known Diabetes Prevention class on as Your Table or Ours, offers lunch Wednesday, Sept. 6, from 1:30 to Tomato-Salsa ~'est at the Sweet Home Community 2:30 p.m. . - Center to seniors over 60 at noon The weekly dass will run for Sept. 9 In Lebanon on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fri- days eight Wednesdays, concluding on Timeless Gardens Nursery will Oct. 25. The Senior Center serves a host the ninth annual tomato and . . . Topics include weight lo~s, -- m separate lunch on Wednesdays. salsa rest from a.m. to ~ p. . " t "m "'n r e invited F~rs t~ e ell e s ar healthy eating, exercise and oth~er Saturday, Sept. 9 at 33527 Brews- lifestyle changes that will help ter Road Lebanon to come in and have a free lunch to ' " give it a try people avoid a diagnosis of diabe- Parking and attendance is free. " tes. Suggested donation is $3 50 To enter the salsa contest bnnv " " In addition, the hospital's dia- $4 and a uart "minimum~ of salsa All meals are served with milk, cof- q L ) betes team facilitates a monthly to e fee or tea upon request and diabet- nter me tasung conEest, amsa support group for anyone diag- . " ic desserts are available on request. must De enterea ov .LU'~U a m me nosed with diabetes, pre-diabetes " " " " The menu on Friday, Sept 1, day of the salsa lest The three cat- or similar conditions. The group " " will be chicken or tuna salad sand- egones are the best all around, hot- meets the first Monday of every n -- wich half on wheat bread, vegetar- test and most u usual month - unless the first Monday "" " r " n r e ail Jan vegetable soup, broccoli raisin is a holiday, ivlaste ~arae e s wm Dav - o . salad and summer mixed fruit able to answer gardening questions. ]-he next group meeting wfill E n in lu'e cookin No meal will be served Mon- ve rs wm c a g L day, Sept 4, due to the abor Day be Monday, Sept. 11, from 11 a.rm. demonstrations, door prizes, raffle . " holiday to noon at the hospital. Peggy prizes and a grand prize. Lewis, RN, will lead a discussion ~ proceeus wm go to the Le'o- The menu on Tuesday, Sept. 5, on wound and foot care for people n ~ou Kit--en is a Labor Day picnic of barbecue anda p cn . with diabetes, chicken or kielbasa sausage, both Pre-registration is required on a bun, baked beans, carrot Man- " darine salad and zucchini brownie. for the Diabetes Prevention class Patriots Day event -~N and the support group. Vartici- v Volunteers are needed for both pants are encouraged to complete at Boulder Falls kitchen help and meal delivery the Diabetes Prevention class be- For more information, contact :: ~!i~I~II ~~~r~~o fore !dining the support group, Boulder Falls Events Center Norene at (541) 367-8843. ~| h but it s not required, will host a Patriots Day commemo- 2590 me 'Gospe!Meeting You are invited to be a guest of the Church of Christ which meets ILI USTRATED BIBI. E You will call, and the Lord will answer; You will cry, and He will say, 'Here I am: "/ob Praying~ by Marc Chagall (1960) at 37o2 Long St. in Sweet Home. SPECIAL SPEAKER: DAVID ROSS from WALLINGFORD, CT September 6 - lo Wednesday - Saturday - 7:30 p.m. Sunday - lO a.m 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.