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Jan
21
Sun
Sunday Night Music @ Fort George Brewery
Jan 21 @ 8:00 pm

Never a cover charge. See schedule of whose playing on their website.

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Jan
22
Mon
Kitchen Volunteer Training @ North Coast Food Web Teaching Kitchen
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Are you  interested in building your resume as a North Coast Food Web Volunteer? Or just enjoy sharing your love of food with others? This 1.5 hour introductory training will outline the basics of our “Kitchen Volunteer” position and prepare you to volunteer for Food Web cooking classes and camps. No cooking experience required, just a love of learning and appreciation for the local food system. Ages 18+

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Jan
24
Wed
Trivia Night @ The Merry Time Bar and Grill
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Host: Emily Geddiss Teams of 1-6 compete for cash and prizes answering trivia from a variety of topics. 21+ only

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Jan
25
Thu
Master Gardener Classes
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Master Gardener Classes

Master Gardener Training Classes are taught by OSU faculty, extension agents and horticultural specialists. Classes include basic botany and plant pathology; pest identification and control methods; soil management and plant nutrition; and diagnosis and control of plant problems. Other general interest classes on such topics as pruning, composting, propagation, greenhouses, berries, houseplants, vegetables, fruit trees, and gardening for pollinators may be included depending on class interest. The actual course content and sequence will vary from year to year and will depend on local needs and interests. Classes are held during the winter months of January through March.

For more information on Master Gardeners, read here.

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Jan
27
Sat
Master Gardener Classes
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Master Gardener Classes

Master Gardener Training Classes are taught by OSU faculty, extension agents and horticultural specialists. Classes include basic botany and plant pathology; pest identification and control methods; soil management and plant nutrition; and diagnosis and control of plant problems. Other general interest classes on such topics as pruning, composting, propagation, greenhouses, berries, houseplants, vegetables, fruit trees, and gardening for pollinators may be included depending on class interest. The actual course content and sequence will vary from year to year and will depend on local needs and interests. Classes are held during the winter months of January through March.

For more information on Master Gardeners, read here.

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Wine Tasting @ The Cellar on 10th
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us Saturday for wine tasting featuring the wines from Sineann. We will be sampling some of Peter’s latest releases of big reds and old time favorites of Old Vines Zinfandel & Pinot Noir. Here’s your chance to try some of these outstanding Sineann wines. Join us at Oregon’s Premier Wine, Gourmet Food, and Gift shop

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Jan
28
Sun
Sunday Night Music @ Fort George Brewery
Jan 28 @ 8:00 pm

Never a cover charge. See schedule of whose playing on their website.

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Jan
30
Tue
Benefit Night @ Fort George Brewery
Jan 30 @ 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Raise a pint and some funds for local non-profits. See their website for nonprofit schedule.

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Jan
31
Wed
Trivia Night @ The Merry Time Bar and Grill
Jan 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Host: Emily Geddiss Teams of 1-6 compete for cash and prizes answering trivia from a variety of topics. 21+ only

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Feb
1
Thu
Master Gardener Classes
Feb 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Master Gardener Classes

Master Gardener Training Classes are taught by OSU faculty, extension agents and horticultural specialists. Classes include basic botany and plant pathology; pest identification and control methods; soil management and plant nutrition; and diagnosis and control of plant problems. Other general interest classes on such topics as pruning, composting, propagation, greenhouses, berries, houseplants, vegetables, fruit trees, and gardening for pollinators may be included depending on class interest. The actual course content and sequence will vary from year to year and will depend on local needs and interests. Classes are held during the winter months of January through March.

For more information on Master Gardeners, read here.

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