COMING SOON: OUR MANZANITA PLANT SALE!

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As the Hoffman Wonder Garden continues its mission to put the manzanitas back in Manzanita…

It’s almost time for our annual Manzanita Plant Sale!

Sunday, Apr 21st 11am till they’re gone (don’t blink!)
Hoffman Center for the Arts
In-person shopping inside the Hoffman

Come meet these happy guys!

“This Is Where We Live” show at the Gallery at NCRD

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If you would like to know how an artist sees this paradise we inhabit, come to the “This Is Where We Live” show at the Gallery at NCRD.

The mediums in the show range from pottery to tapestry through oil and watercolor as the artists interpret their vision.

The Gallery at NCRD is open Monday through Friday from 8 am till 5 pm. NCRD is locate at 36155 Ninth St., in Nehalem. The show will be up until April 26 for public viewing.

TEEN NIGHT at North Coast Pinball Friday April 19th, 6-8PM

Submitted By: Christy@cosmichealingnw.com – Click to email about this post
Hello BBQ Community-

Teen Night is next Friday, April 19th, 6-8PM at North Coast Pinball! FREE PINBALL and Games for ALL TEENS!! Please spread the word and send your teens in for some free fun!

Contact Christy (503) 800-1092, christy@cosmichealingnw.com for info, questions, or to donate

Thank you!!

WHITE DOG IS HOME

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He visited the Spa Four Paws on Beach all helped His nice Dad came to pick him up at our home. Story was that a delivery person left the gate open upon leaving. This does not always have a good outcome. Now we need to convince Eric , the head of the police department to have a chip scanner as police cannot have a dog in their car because of liability .
corinna and Daniel

RIVERBEND PLAYERS COMMUNITY THEATER SEEKS PASSIONATE BOARD MEMBERS

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Make Your Mark On and Off the Riverbend Players Stage!

Do you love theater? Want to contribute your skills and passion to a vibrant community arts organization?

Riverbend Players Community Theater seeks enthusiastic individuals to join our dynamic working Board of Directors!

Who We Are:
Riverbend Players is a beloved local theater company dedicated to bringing high-quality productions to the community. We stage various shows yearly, from classic comedies to thought-provoking dramas.

Who We’re Looking For:

We are searching for individuals with a passion for theater and a desire to make a positive impact. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and skills, especially those with experience in:

-Marketing & Public Relations: Spreading the word about our productions and growing our audience.
-Finance & Accounting: Overseeing our budget and ensuring the financial health of the organization.
-Fundraising & Grant Writing: Securing funding to support our productions and educational programs.
-Governance & Strategic Planning: Helping to guide the vision and direction of Riverbend Players.
-Law & Legal Affairs: Providing legal expertise and guidance to the board.

What it Means to be a Working Board Member:

-Attend monthly board meetings and actively participate in discussions.
-Volunteer your time and expertise to serve on a board committee.
-Assist with fundraising initiatives and special events.
-Be a champion for the Riverbend Players in the community.
-Actively participate in the production of the plays we put on.

Why You Should Join Us:

-Make a real difference in a local arts organization.
-Work alongside a passionate and dedicated team.
-Gain valuable leadership and governance experience.
-Be part of a vibrant and creative community.

Interested? Are you a full-time local resident in the area?

We’d like for you to submit a letter of interest outlining the qualifications you have that make you a great candidate. Please email your letter to admin@riverbendplayers.org.

Together, we can keep the curtain rising on exceptional community theater!

www.riverbendplayers.org

Garage sale

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Garage sale on Saturday April 13th and Sunday 14th from 11 am till 3 pm. Furniture ( dining table with 8 chairs, queen bed, single bed, dressers, night stands) kitchen stuff, fishing stuff, gas powered weed whacker, etc. Good quality items.
35670 Bayside Meadows dr., Manzanita, turn right to Neptune way from Bayside gardens.

KMUN Community Radio Drive on NOW

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p.s. I’d be glad to hear from you Friday April 12 between 3&4pm though your support anytime is deeply appreciated. cn

KMUN COMMUNITY RADIO celebrates 41 years on the air thanks to Community Support!

Membership accounts for the largest portion of our annual income and is what keeps us fully independent and commercial-free! We are incredibly lucky to have such strong support from the community.

It’s BIRTHDAY TIME (April 17, 1983) – and I’m writing to ask for your support – whether you’re a first timer or long timer, now’s a great time to pitch in. Individual Membership, Business Membership, Repeaters Club. All memberships support the station!

Call 503-325-0010 to donate over the phone.

Go to kmun.org and click the red donate button.

Mail a check to KMUN PO Box 269 Astoria OR 97103.

Stop by the station.

Independent media is KEY to a thriving democracy and culture. It’s a source of information, shared experience, expansion, enrichment, learning, and levity. And it’s rare these days!

COLLABORATION is at our core – other nonprofits, theaters, media and news outlets, musicians, artists, advocates, movers and shakers are all central to KMUN programming. Join in.

In case you’re wondering… Services & Resources Supported by Members:

– FM Broadcast from Ocean Park, WA to Tillamook, OR

– 2 Webstreams & the KMUN App

– 2-Week Archives of everything on the air

– Public Affairs Podcasts (including ARTS – Live & Local!)

– Local, Regional & National News

– Emergency Announcements & Information (Local & National)

– Hand-picked Music Programming

– Local Events & Opportunities Information (Community Calendar)

– Audio Production & Broadcast Trainings

– Sustainable Employment Opportunities

– Promos for Nonprofits

Hope you’ll join the pledge party. Call anytime (or go online), mention your favorite shows if you like, or any other feedback.

THANKS!!

carol

Host: ARTS – Live & Local! every Friday 3-4pm

41 year volunteer on the air, hoping to stick around for more

Community Wellness Event – April 20th Rising Hearts Studio

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Hello BBQ Community–

Registration for our next community wellness event at Rising Hearts Studio is now open! Space is limited so register now: app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20787704&appointmentType=58532489

Enjoy a brief community acupuncture session, while bathing in the sounds of healing crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, with a grounding tea offering to follow. Leave feeling calm, centered and refreshed! $60/person

Your practitioners for this event:
Megan Lucas, LAc
Christy Kay, certified sound healer and reiki master practitioner

Rising Hearts Studio
35840 7th ST
Hwy 101, Downtown Nehalem
(503) 800-1092
“Lifting the community with education and services that promote healing on all levels.”

RIVERBEND PLAYERS COMMUNITY THEATER VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP SATURDAY 04/20/24

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RIVERBEND PLAYERS COMMUNITY THEATER VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP, SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH

Help bring the magic of theater to life and join a welcoming community at Riverbend Players Community Theater!

My name is Linda Makohon, and I’m the Volunteer Committee Chairperson for Riverbend Players Community Theater.

We’re a local theater company that produces high-quality productions for the Nehalem Valley.

We’re always looking for new volunteers to help us, and I’m excited that you’re interested in joining our team.

There are many different ways to volunteer with us. You could help with acting, stage crew, costume design, set design, marketing, or promotion.

No matter your skills or interests, we can find a way to use them to make our theater productions even better.

We’re a friendly, inclusive, and supportive group of people, and we would be honored to have you join us.

If you’re interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below or contact me at lmakohon@riverbendplayers.org

We look forward to hearing from you!

www.riverbendplayers.org/volunteer

Opening tomorrow Thursday April 11 in Astoria!

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Opening tomorrow in beautiful Astoria, Oregon is a “Faculty Plus” show I’m in (22 works of mine, oy vey!) I invited painter Nicole Stiver I’ve recently gotten to know and so did the other faculty invited an artist. I teach Printmaking at the college year round. It’s a big impressive show we put together! Get on your horse and giddy on up!
www.clatsopcc.edu/event/2024-faculty-plus-show/
Opening is tomorrow 6 pm Thursday April 11, 2024 Clatsop Community College Art Building. Royal Nebeker Gallery 1799 Lexington Avenue, Astoria, Oregon 
Photos are installation in progress.
Hope to see you!
Ben Rosenberg

Riverside Fish n’ Chips is Hiring

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Riverside Fish n’ Chips is Hiring
The busy season is upon us and we are looking for some friendly people with good attitudes to join our team. Enjoy working next to the Beautiful Nehalem River!
Duties Include (But Not Limited To) Customer Service, Order Taking, Operating the Fryer and Grill, and Food Prep.
Starting at $17 per hr plus great tips! Part time and Full time
Please Call RJ for More Information 541-233-8332

Dance Classes Starting April 14th

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Dance classes are starting this Saturday, April 14th! Kids, Teens, and Adults are all welcome to join class! If you can’t make it this weekend be sure to join me on the followings Sundays!

Book your spot for class with the link below!
northcoastgroove.squarespace.com/schedule

Location:
Yoga Roots Studio
298 Laneda Ave #5, Manzanita, OR 97130

Must of been the moon

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I had a crazy dream last night,
I was walking through a lush green tropical forest.
I was easily caught up in how truly beautiful it was, and ahead of me I heard a loud chorus of birds sqauwking, the most beautiful image appeared, there was a tree that was Inhabited by loud parrots, it appeared none had much to say other than wanting there boisterous voice heard, each in competition with the next to be the loudest, most horrendous force to be met. At times the beautiful clueless birds even squabbled with each other as if notwilling to be out sqauwked by the other.
As a stand mesmerized by the wonderous spectacle I some how stumbled upon, I decided to carry on with my missionless voyage, after some time I realized I was lost, and decided to take a rest,
After coming to terms with the fact that I had no idea where I was, I heard squawking once again, and though the squawking
Was not as loud it was more fierce and sounded threatened, as I made my way back to the beautiful tree and found my path, I realized all the parrots had been killed and eaten , as I now viewed the tree of life, it was now Inhabited with snakes,
However not by any kind of snake I have seen before, these snakes had no eyes, this same tree that mesmerized me only hours before had outdone itself once again as I stare In Disbelief and ponder how truly amazing life is.
It occurred to me, the single thing the parrots loved to do led to there demise.
I was quiet with thought as I navigated my way home, is there something we all are doing in life that will eventually eat us alive I pondered?

Finnesterre in Manzanita carries Eco Prints by Levering Thomas

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What is an Eco Print? Eco printing, also known as botanical printing, is a natural and sustainable method of creating unique art on paper. This eco-friendly technique involves bundling local leaves with fine art paper and steaming them to transfer the pigments and shapes onto the fabric. The result is a one-of-a-kind print that is both beautiful and environmentally conscious. Finnesterre is displaying Levering’s eco prints and is open from 11-5, 7 days a week at 194 Laneda Ave, Manzanita.

Levering Thomas is a local artist, working as a painter, sculptor, eco printer, and musician. She has a studio in Nehalem, where she has resided for 17 years. For more information, contact Levering at:
lynnleveringthomas@gmail.com

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ADVERTISE IN THE NEXT RIVERBEND PLAYERS PLAYBILL AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY THEATER

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Catch the laughs, capture an audience, and show support for your community theater group.

Advertise your business in the upcoming Playbill for THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, opening May 31st at the NCRD Performing Arts Center in Nehalem.

Full-page ($125) and half-page ads ($75) are available.

We can even create your ad at no additional cost.

Email Frank Squillo at fsquillo@riverbendplayers.org for more details about program ads and event sponsorships.

Thanks to our sponsors, Manzanita Grocery & Deli, Wanda’s Cafe + Bakery, and Visit Tillamook Coast!

THIS SPRING’S HIT COMEDY ‘THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG’ AT THE NCRD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

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– Buckle up for laughs – THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG is this spring’s highly anticipated, side-splitting smash hit!
Advanced tickets are on sale now for all the best seats! www.RiverbendPlayers.org
THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG By Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields
Directed by: Frank Squillo
From Mischief, Broadway masters of comedy, comes the smash hit farce.
Welcome to opening night of the Cornley University Drama Society’s newest production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous.
This 1920s whodunit has everything you never wanted in a show—an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines).
Nevertheless, the accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences!
Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, this Olivier Award-winning comedy is a global phenomenon guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!
www.riverbendplayers.org

Pine Grove Community House Member Meeting and Dinner April 16

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“I See Dead People” The Ways We Honor Our Community Members

Tuesday, April 16th

5:30-7:30

Tom Campbell, President of the Nehalem Valley Historical Society, will talk about the dead; the ways we memorialize them, and the rituals associated with their passing.

He’ll introduce us to the Nehalem American Legion Cemetery, home to the graves of many of our community’s early pioneers and founders.

This presentation will share the ways our coastal community memorializes its members, and keeps them in our history and memories.

Please RSVP to Mary Moran at moranmem@gmail.com

Please join us for an interesting evening.

Remember to bring an appetizer, main course or dessert to share, as well as your own place setting.

Dirty Birds Compost Sale 4/12-4/14 Postponed (It’s still cookin’)

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Please bear with us as our local compost supplier is still cookin’ the goods. We have some compost left on the site if you just need a bucket or two.

Email us to get on the this so we can notify you when the next round of compost is ready to be picked up.

Thanks for understanding!
Queenbee@dirtybirdsgardencenter.com

Fictional Soap Opera – The Tides of Manzanita – Episode 7

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Episode 7 – Victoria and Marcus Meet

In the captivating saga of “The Tides of Manzanita,” the undercurrents of rebellion and strategy converge, propelling the town’s tale of intrigue and resilience to new heights. As alliances form in the shadows, the fight for transparency and truth gains momentum, threatening to break the chains of secrecy that have long bound the heart of Manzanita.

Under the veil of a fog-laden morning, Victoria, the tenacious reporter whose pen has become a sword in the battle for Manzanita’s soul, meets with Marcus, one of the three councilors who dared to question the status quo. Their rendezvous, shrouded in the early mist at the edge of Neahkahnie Beach, speaks volumes of the delicate dance between trust and caution that defines their alliance.

Victoria, with the resolve of a seasoned warrior in the war for truth, shares her knowledge of the covert council meeting and the trio’s discussion on releasing the embargoed $175,000 investigation report. She speaks of her task force—Shirley, the city clerk with a conscience, and Ruby, the waitress with ears attuned to the whispers of power—and their plan to bring the truth to light, to vindicate the mayor and reveal the depths of the council’s expenditure.

Marcus, his countenance a mirror of conflict, acknowledges the righteousness of their cause but harbors fears of retribution. “I agree – the truth about the report should come out. But Jed handpicked us to replace vacating councilors, expecting us to dance to his tune,” he confesses, the weight of his position evident in his uneasy gaze. “Be wary of Jed and the city manager; their vendetta knows no bounds. And Bart,” he adds with a hint of disdain, “is but a shadow you might accidentally step on.”

“Can you help us?” asks Victoria.

“If I can, I will.” promised Marcus, “But I don’t know how I can? I haven’t actually read the report. Jed made sure of that.”

Their pledge to maintain an open line of communication marks a crucial step in the weaving of their disparate threads into a unified front against the dark tapestry of Manzanita’s governance.

Meanwhile, Ruby, with the stealth of a cat, prowls the corridors of city hall, her attention split between getting coffee and gathering intel. Her mission: to decode the digital fortress guarding the coveted report. The city manager, a specter of suspicion, watches her every move, her gaze sharp enough to slice through the fog that clings to Manzanita’s streets.

In the seclusion of Victoria’s makeshift war room, the trio—Victoria, Shirley, and Ruby—convene to plot their daring operation. The stakes are higher than ever, with the very essence of their town’s integrity hanging in the balance. Their plan: a covert break-in to City Hall under the cloak of night, a mission fraught with risk but fueled by a righteous fury and an unwavering commitment to the truth.

As the episode draws to a close, the camera pans across the darkened shoreline of Manzanita, the crashing waves a symphony to the brewing storm. The alliance, now more than a mere partnership, has evolved into a beacon of hope for those who have longed for change in the silent, secretive nights of the town.

“Victoria and Marcus Meet” sets the stage for a confrontation that promises to shatter the illusions of power and reveal the true strength of unity and courage. Manzanita, once a town defined by its whispered secrets and shadowed deals, stands on the brink of a dawn illuminated by truth, with the fate of its soul resting in the hands of those brave enough to fight for it. The tides of Manzanita are changing, and with them, the tides of destiny.

Call for Nominations – Ferdun Conservation Award

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Call for Nominations!
2023 Ferdun Conservation Award

The Ferdun Conservation Award commemorates the steady, committed and visionary work of Lower Nehalem Community Trust founders, Georgenne and Gareth Ferdun. The Ferdun Conservation Award honors others who, like them, exemplify a commitment to conservation and a deep love of the Oregon Coast. Know someone in our community who deserves recognition?

Submit Your Nomination by April 22nd!
To nominate your candidate please send us:
Your name and contact information
Your nominee’s name, contact information and brief description of their contribution to conservation in the Lower Nehalem Region.

Send to LNCT, PO Box 496, Manzanita, OR 97130. Or email to lnct@nehalemtrust.org with “2020 Ferdun Conservation Award” in the subject line.
LNCT’s Board of Directors will review all submissions and this year’s recipient will be honored at the annual Living Locally Gala on June 29th.

To learn more about the Ferdun Conservation Award and past recipients visit: www.nehalemtrust.org/about/lncts-annual-ferdun-conservation-award/

TODAY!! LONELINESS & AGING, an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project

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www.northcoastbbq.com/2024/04/04/loneliness-and-aging-an-oregon-humanities-conversation-project/

April 8, 2024 | 2:00 p.m.
Pine Grove Community House
225 Laneda Ave., Manzanita OR.
Free, no rsvp necessary.

Did you know that Tillamook County has a higher percentage of persons over 65 (28.4%) than does Oregon as a whole (19.2%)? What implications does this hold for the experiences of elders in our community?

Everyone is invited to participate in a discussion of “Loneliness and Aging” at a Conversation Project sponsored by Oregon Humanities. Facilitated by lifelong Oregonian Pamela Slaughter.
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Loneliness and isolation are common experiences for elderly people, especially for those who do not have nearby family members or who are not computer literate. What do you know about the elders in your life or in your neighborhood? Are they connected to their families in an enriching way? Do they belong to a caring community of some kind? This conversation is for elderly people and people who live near elders or have elderly people in their lives to explore questions, experiences, and obstacles to showing up for elderly people and to generate ideas for connection.

Facilitator Pamela Slaughter is a lifelong Oregonian with varied interests. She retired from her career as an adult protective service investigator for Multnomah County, where she saw firsthand how devastating loneliness and isolation can be. Pamela is the founder and executive director of People of Color Outdoors, a nonprofit designed to help facilitate the reconnection of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to the outdoors. She is the author of the children’s book Hi! My Name is Robin!, published in 2020, which she hopes will encourage families to bird watch together.

EVENT SPONSORS
Pine Grove Community Center

COST
Free

ATTENTION THEATER LOVERS! RIVERBEND PLAYERS COMMUNITY THEATER SEEKS PASSIONATE BOARD MEMBERS

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Make Your Mark On and Off the Riverbend Players Stage!

Do you love theater? Want to contribute your skills and passion to a vibrant community arts organization?

Riverbend Players Community Theater seeks enthusiastic individuals to join our dynamic working Board of Directors!

Who We Are:
Riverbend Players is a beloved local theater company dedicated to bringing high-quality productions to the community. We stage various shows yearly, from classic comedies to thought-provoking dramas.

Who We’re Looking For:

We are searching for individuals with a passion for theater and a desire to make a positive impact. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and skills, especially those with experience in:

-Marketing & Public Relations: Spreading the word about our productions and growing our audience.
-Finance & Accounting: Overseeing our budget and ensuring the financial health of the organization.
-Fundraising & Grant Writing: Securing funding to support our productions and educational programs.
-Governance & Strategic Planning: Helping to guide the vision and direction of Riverbend Players.
-Law & Legal Affairs: Providing legal expertise and guidance to the board.

What it Means to be a Working Board Member:

-Attend monthly board meetings and actively participate in discussions.
-Volunteer your time and expertise to serve on a board committee.
-Assist with fundraising initiatives and special events.
-Be a champion for the Riverbend Players in the community.
-Actively participate in the production of the plays we put on.

Why You Should Join Us:

-Make a real difference in a local arts organization.
-Work alongside a passionate and dedicated team.
-Gain valuable leadership and governance experience.
-Be part of a vibrant and creative community.

Interested? Are you a full-time local resident in the area?

We’d like for you to submit a letter of interest outlining the qualifications you have that make you a great candidate. Please email your letter to admin@riverbendplayers.org.

Together, we can keep the curtain rising on exceptional community theater!

Email: admin@riverbendplayers.org

www.riverbendplayers.org

Dirty Birds Garden Center Updates

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Dirty Bird’s Garden Center
Poppin’ up on the corner of Manzanita and Division in beautiful Manzanita, Oregon

Dirtybirdsgardencenter.com
Queenbee@dirtybirdsgardencenter.com

Compost for Sale (Nehalem Valley Gold)
$5/5 gallon bucket (40, 5 gallon buckets = 1 yard)
Pick up only. You load. No delivery available.
BYO containers, shovels, etc
By appointment: contact Kelley 503-438-8171 or queenbee@dirtybirdsgardencenter.com

Wall’s Worm Club
Worm castings for sale
$15/grocery bag
Includes worms (If you don’t want them set them free in your yard)

Worms for sale
$15/quart
Include some start soil

Home Worm Composting Set up
Buy your tower (we have 5 in stock)
Meet us onsite
Follow instructions at home
Call for assistance and troubleshooting

Join the Club
Email us to get on the list queenbee@dirtybirdsgardencenter.com
Add your scraps to the community bins on the Dirty Birds lot.
Sign up for our newsletter on our website dirtybirdsgardencenter.com

Dirty Bird’s Presents: Events on the Lot
April 12 – 14 Compost Sale (by appointment)
May 18th Plant Sale
June 7th Labyrinth: Cosmic Healing
July 7th Nest Fest 2024 live music festival

Check out our website for updates and sign up for our newsletter
Dirtybirdsgardencenter.com
queenbee@dirtybirdsgardencenter.com

RIVERBEND PLAYERS VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP APRIL 20TH. LEARN ABOUT JOINING OUR VOLUNTEER TEAM!

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VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP, SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH

Help bring the magic of theater to life and join a welcoming community at Riverbend Players Community Theater!

www.riverbendplayers.org/volunteer

Hi there!

My name is Linda Makohon, and I’m the Volunteer Committee Chairperson for Riverbend Players Community Theater. We’re a local theater company that produces high-quality productions for the Nehalem Valley. We’re always looking for new volunteers to help us, and I’m excited that you’re interested in joining our team.

There are many different ways to volunteer with us. You could help with acting, stage crew, costume design, set design, marketing, or promotion. No matter your skills or interests, we can find a way to use them to make our theater productions even better.

We’re a friendly, inclusive, and supportive group of people, and we would be honored to have you join us. If you’re interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below or contact me at lmakohon@riverbendplayers.org

We look forward to hearing from you!

Community Wellness Event – April 20th Rising Hearts Studio

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Hello BBQ Community-

Mark your calendars, and register NOW, for our next community wellness event on Saturday April 20th, 6 PM, here at Rising Hearts Studio. Join LAc Megan Lucas and Certified Sound Healer and Reiki Master Christy Kay for an evening of community wellness- Enjoy community acupuncture while bathing in the sounds of healing with Himalayan and Crystal Singing Bowls, and ending with a grounding tea offering. This is a powerful community healing opportunity!
Only $60/person! Space is limited, register soon!

Registration link: app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20787704&appointmentType=58532489

Call Christy (503) 800-1092 with any questions or concerns

Rising Hearts Studio
35840 7th St,
Hwy 101, in downtown Nehalem
(503) 800-1092
Christy@cosmichealingnw.com
“Lifting the community with education and services that promote healing on all levels.”