2014 COTTAGE GROVE SCHOOL
AXE & FIDDLE - LIVE MUSIC, TALENT, PUB -
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
MOVIE / CINEMA SCHEDULES
BOHEMIA MINING DAYS
(July 17th to July 20th)
Bohemia Mining Days celebrates Cottage Grove’s colorful history. The town went all out to celebrate the centennial of Oregon statehood in 1959. In fact, Grovers and their guests had so much fun that year, a group of civic-minded individuals determined there should be an annual celebration highlighting Cottage Grove’s interesting past… and Bohemia Mining Days was born! The family-friendly festival is organized by a board of community-minded volunteers who work closely with the Festival Coordinator throughout the year to ensure this annual summer tradition lives on for future generations to enjoy.
Movies In The Garden -
Village Green Resort & Gardens
Join us for Movies in the Garden on Tuesday evenings, July 22 - August 26. Doors will open at 7pm, and the show will begin at dusk in the beautiful wedding garden.
July 22 – The Big Lebowski, R
July 29 – National Lampoon's Animal House, R
August 5 – Stand By Me, R
August 12 – Jurassic Park, PG-13
August 19 – Back to the Future, PG
August 26 – The Goonies, PG
Admission: Adults $2 each
Kids 10 & under free
Well-behaved pets on a leash are also welcome.
There will be food, snacks and beverages (beer, wine & non-alcoholic) available for purchase. Please, no outside food or drinks.
Seating: Remember to bring blankets, pillows and sweaters to keep warm after the sun goes down. Chairs are allowed, but we ask that guests with chairs sit in the back, and let guests on blankets sit up front.
COTTAGE GROVE ART WALK 2014
DOWNTOWN COTTAGE GROVE (Main Street)
Last Friday of every month
Cottage Grove Art Walk has been celebrating local art in downtown historic Cottage Grove for over 10 years. Our current season runs every last Friday of the month from 6-8 pm , from April to November. Cottage Grove Art Walk operates under the auspices of Another Way Enterprises, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports local community projects.
The Cottage Grove Art Walk committee is composed of a group of volunteers who connect with local artists and businesses, organize entertainment and events, and write grants to support the arts in our town. In the past, Cottage Grove Art Walk was awarded a grant from the Lane County Cultural Coalition.
A special thanks to the following organizations who have sponsored Art Walk and individuals who currently volunteeer, all whom of which make Art Walk possible. Please visit their website or Facebook page.
Cottage Grove Grower's Market
Every Wednesday at Coiner Park
Main St., (across from Safeway)
In full-swing @ 4pm
The Cottage Grove Grower's Market features a variety of local produce, art and crafts to our local community with a special emphasis on sustainable or organic agriculture, as well as natural healthy products, handmade crafts and locally made artwork.
Entertainment will compliment the Grower's Market June 20 to September 12, with Concerts in the Park on Wednesday nights from 6-8pm, brought to you by the Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Chamber member businesses.
MAY 2014 COAST FORK WATERSHED EVENTS
Bikes to Blooms Wildflower Tour
Saturday May 10th 9am-2pm
Enjoy riding the Row River Trail? Need an opportunity to bike this family-friendly path just 30 minutes SE of Eugene? We are thrilled to be hosting this partnership event that will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the rare plants, natural history, and habitats of the Dorena Lake area of the Row River watershed. Featuring botanists Cheshire Mayrsohn and Wes Messinger who are leading restoration on federal lands in the area. THERE ARE A FEW SPOTS LEFT, REGISTER TODAY!
This bike-based wildflower tour will run from 9am-2pm at three sites on the Row River Trail along scenic Dorena Lake. Regional plant experts will lead participants through natural areas with native prairie plants in bloom. Participants should bring a helmet, water, a picnic lunch, and their bike in order to ride the approximate 5 miles between the three sites. All sites will be accessible by car, but riding is encouraged. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. See the events page for more information.
Coast For Science Pub - Feature: Pacific Lamprey Speakers & Film
Tuesday May 20th
We are thrilled to be hosting Pacific lamprey researchers Gabe Sheoships and Luke Shultz from Oregon State University! They will speak to both the Native American and research perspectives of the Pacific Lamprey, an iconic eel-like fish that is native to the Willamette River. A showing of Freshwaters Illustrated's new film 'The Lost Fish' will follow--join us for FABULOUS evening of watershed science!
5-6pm Science Pub begins at Axe & Fiddle Public House 657 E. Main Street, Cottage Grove
6-7pm Presentation by Pacific lamprey researchers
7-8pm Movie Lost Fish: The Struggle to Save the Pacific Lamprey will be shown at the ARCADE THEATER. Located at 513 E. Main, two blocks west of Axe & Fiddle in historic downtown Cottage Grove.
The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council invites you to join us for an informal and fun regular monthly gathering. Our Science Pubs just keep getting better!
Come early for games and prizes!
10% of food and beverage sales all evening will be donated to the Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council (when you notify your server). Thank you to our business sponsor!
Coast Fork Birders in Cottage Grove in May
Saturday May 17th 8am or 9am
Chats, anyone? The wooded hillside behind Cottage Grove High School is known as Yellow-Breasted Chat habitat. We will meet at the R Street parking lot behind the high school at 8:00am for a short walk, then proceed to Row River Nature Park by 9:00am for continued birding. This will be the premier month to find mating and nesting species during a hopefully sunny spring outing. You can start the morning at either location. Parking at Row River Nature Park is near the BMX track, across from the Masonic Center at 3300 Row River Road.
Location : Cottage Grove High School, R Street Parking Lot (see directions above)
Contact : Barbara Butzer (541) 942-2401
On-River Volunteer Opportunities in May!
Would you like to join other boaters in improving our local rivers? Our annual clean up float is being planned and we are recruiting volunteers to assist with temperature monitoring and invasive species mapping. The Water Ouzel Float is planned for May 24th 9am--RSVP today for this and other days you are available to hit the river with us!
Contact Reilly Newman, Education/Outreach Coordinator to get the details and to sign up at (541)767-9717!
COTTAGE GROVE CHILI COOK-OFF &
KNND ROCK, ROLL 'N' RUMBLE
CAR SHOW, CRUISE & MUSIC
July 27, 2013
Starts at 11:am
Classic Car Show: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm Awards Presentation: 3:30 pm (time approximate)
Classic Car Cruise: River Road and Main Street Start from CG High School River Road to Main East on Main Then back West on Main to River Road River Road to High School etc. Cruise: 6:00 - 8:30 pm Cars and Motorcycles registered for the Car Show may cruise for no additional fee.
Street Street Dance: 8:30 - 11:00 pm 7th and Main Downtown Cottage Grove
Two 50s / 60s bands: The Cornstalkers The Hi-Fi Ramblers
Main Street will be closed from 6th to 8th St. and 7th St. will be closed between Whiteaker and Washington with no parking, however, classic cars will be allowed in to park.
Main Street Chili Cook Off
Come one, come all, place your secret ingredients against your friends and neighbors! Come taste the best Chili in town and vote for the winner!
KNND's Rock, Roll 'n' Rumble will also start with live music and dancing at 8PM!
It all happens on Main St.
For more information on the Cook Off, call: 541-942-2411
For more information on the Rock 'n' Rumble, call: 541-942-2468
19th - 22nd
Bohemia Mining Days
for more information
Thursday - July 19th
Jim Wright Stearman Fly-In
Jim Wright Field - Across from Village Green Inn.
Row River Rd. (just east of I-5)
Jim Wright Memorial Stearman Fly-In. Once again the Stearman planes will grace the Cottage Grove Airport. These old birds were used to train WWII pilots and they've seen a lot of miles since then. Early birds will start arriving Friday night, and most of the pilots will head for home by 1 pm on Sunday - so come out on Saturday to see the planes, talk to the pilots, and look around the Oregon Aviation History Center.
Sept. 15th - November 1, 2012
OAHS (Oregon Aviation Historical Society)
Display at the Cottage Grove Library
7th & 8th
Jim Wright Field - Across from Village Green Inn.
Row River Rd. (just east of I-5)
Swift Fly-In. Early birds will start arriving on Friday, July 6th, but the best days to see these great old planes and talk to their owner/pilots would be Saturday or Sunday. Bring the kids and come on out to see the Swifts!
13th - 14th
NPRA Cottage Grove Rodeo
Presented by the Cottage Grove Riding Club
at the Cottage Grove Fairgrounds
Steer riding, Bull Riding, Mutton Bustin', Calf Riding, Barrel Racing, Professional Roping competition, Queen's Court and lots more. Come see the other animals including the pigs, goats, chickens at the Animal Scramble. The Cottage Grove Riding Club Youth Drill Team will follow the cowboys and cowgirls starting at 5:30 p.m. The NPRA rodeo begins at 7pm. with the Cottage Grove Riding Club Adult Drill Team and a presentation of Our Nation’s Colors to be delivered by local long-time Cottage Grove Riding Club members.
If you are interested in entering any of these events, call 541-942-9695.
If you are interested in joining the Trailer Race - please call 541-942-9695 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries close Thursday, July 8 at 5 pm. There has been Added jackpot money has been added. Participants must own a Dodge truck. to compete.
Fairground Phone Number: 541-942-2411
Recomended Driving Directions:
2000 North Douglas Street
Cottage Grove, OR US 97424
From I-5 North: Take exit 174
Keep Right onto E Cottage Grove Connection/Row River Rd
Turn left onto Gateway Blvd. Continue Directions below.
From I-5 South: Take exit 174
Stay straight onto Gateway Blvd.
Take first right onto W. Oswald Ave. (After Jack in the Box)
Turn right onto N. 19th Street. 19th becomes Ostrander Lane.
Turn Right onto N. Douglas St. to fairgrounds.
Star 339 Chapter - 8th Annual Bike Fest
Benefiting Parent Partnership
Saturday June 23rd, 2012 - Rain or Shine!
Downtown Cottage Grove Chapter Challenge - $50
Sign-up starting at 9:00 am
Awards at 3:30 PM
1 PM - 3:00 PM
Live Band: No Way Out
Contact John Logan for more information:
Saturday April 29th 9AM-1PM
Earth Day Event at Lynx Hollow State Park
on Davisson Road (accessible from Hwy. 99)
Come out for a morning of hands-on and educational Earth Day activities in the historic floodplain of the Coast Fork Willamette River with State Park Ranger Scott Youngblood, Coast Fork Watershed staff, and volunteers!
- Learn about Western pond turtles and help place a basking log in the ponds!
- See our progress on English ivy & continue the battle!
- Bring clean cardboard (no tape or staples) to help smother other invasives like Vinca major at this site.
- Bring boots, water, and your favorite ivy tools. We'll provide the snacks.
For questions about the event, please call 541-517-8580 or 541-767-9717
For an interesting and detailed view of the watershed maps and possible restoration projects, please stop by the Council office.
Coordinator & Project Manager
Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council
28 S. Sixth St., A
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Join us for Lynx Hollow Work Parties!
Saturday March 17th 9am-noon
Lynx Hollow State Park Ivy Work Party
on Davisson Road (accessible from Hwy 99)
Spend your Saturday morning outside with us helping to protect habitats in the historic floodplain of the Coast Fork Willamette River with State Park Ranger Scott Youngblood. Help remove English ivy trying to strangle the trees in this park! We'll also look for stands of native plants like nettle to protect from reed canary grass and do a bit of wild crafting. Bring boots, water, and your favorite ivy tools. We'll provide the snacks. For questions about the event, please call 541-517-8580 or 541-767-9717.
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Fly fishing, fishing adventures on the Umpqua River,
North Umpqua River, Willamette River, McKenzie River,
Siuslaw River, Alsea River and the Elk and Sixes Rivers
by Dean Finnerty.
To book a trip or request detailed information, call:
Cottage Grove Museum information & schedule
Cottage Grove Historical Society
Saturday afternoons 1-4pm
Sunday afternoons 1-4pm
Summer hours start on
June 15th, 2010
and the museum will be open
Wed - Sunday 1-4pm
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