Unless you haven’t come out of your bunker for a while (and there are a few…), you already know that the library is back to its normal hours (open 7 days a week!) and has restored nearly all services that you have come to expect during the before times.
A revamped Oregon Cultural Trust plate goes on sale Oct. 1 in recognition of the organization’s 20th anniversary.
With COVID-19 cases skyrocketing, the Board of Directors of Charbonneau Arts Association (CAA) has decided to postpone the 38th Annual Charbonneau Festival of the Arts, “Art with Flair” from November 2021 to June of 2022. All of our Festival Sponsors and all awho registered by the deadline August 31, 2021 will be grandfathered into the 2022 show.
September 18th event rescheduled to late spring, 2022 due to COVID safety concerns.
Masks outdoors also. Effective Friday, 8/27/21
The court not only reversed LUBA’s decision to dismiss the case and remanded it for another
examination by the land use body, but documented deficiencies in the 2012 airport master plan
update in a decision released Wednesday, June 16
Internet juggernaut Amazon is planning one of the largest buildings in Oregon history — a five-story, 3.84-million-square-foot fulfillment center — just west of Interstate 5 in the city of Woodburn.
This evening, at tonight’s meeting of the Wilsonville City Council, the Council confirmed the appointments of 13 community members recommended by Mayor Julie Fitzgerald to compose the City’s first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee.
Don’t freak out if you get these side effects from a Covid-19 vaccine. They can actually be a good sign
Excellent article to help us understand why the side effects and why different for everyone. Shared from Apple News/CNN.
Charbonneau is a very safe community, but we need to all take precautions to help keep it that way.