Community

Celebrate Bike Month With A Community Ride

Join us for the Annual Best Day Family Bike Ride in downtown Beaverton! We invite you to spend a day filled with biking, repairs, and family-friendly activities. Check out the new bike racks and learn about bike safety from the Beaverton Police Department. Don’t miss the celebration at the Beaverton Farmers Market with free cookies, lawn games, and raffle prizes. Register now at downtownbeaverton.org/event/annual-best-day-family-bike-bike-ride.

Daddy Daughter Dance 2024, Floats on Air

Join the Canby Rotary Club for an evening of fun and family bonding at the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance. Enjoy music, activities, and sweet treats. Strengthen your relationship with the special adults in your child’s life. Plus, support upcoming projects like the Reading Rotarians Literacy Program and College and Vocational Scholarships.

The Enduring Legacy of Old Barns

Explore the rich history of Oregon’s barns, from their pivotal role in early agriculture to their modern-day repurposing. Discover how these iconic structures evoke memories of life on the farm and learn about efforts to preserve them for future generations. Visit restoreoregon.org/heritage-barns/ for more information.

Teaching to the Open Minded Individual

A PT Academy offers individualized and Christian-based education to students in the Canby area. With a small group format, students progress at their own pace, and are encouraged to exercise their creativity and curiosity. Students also have the chance to go on field trips, providing a hands-on experience of the material they learn in class. Call or email APT Academy to learn more about their tailored learning approach.

Dedicated for Life

Communication and compromise are crucial in maintaining a healthy marriage. Misunderstandings can lead to tension and arguments, so open communication and active listening are essential. Compromise means meeting in the middle when disagreements occur, finding solutions that work for both partners without sacrificing one’s own needs and values.

Linfield Theater: Molière in Mac

“The Imaginary Invalid” promises laughter Community: Linfield University TheatreBy Kelly Romo, Contributing Writer A dazzling comedy that harmonizes with the rebellious spirit of the late-1960s, “The Imaginary Invalid” is a

Grants Enrich Local Non-Profits

Camas-Washougal Community Chest and its partners announce $134k in grants. Services for children, families funded by Rotary volunteers. Includes emergency food assistance, safe temporary shelter, and water quality monitoring. Donations needed to meet goal. Learn how to contribute on the CWCC’s website.