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EVENTS AND THINGS TO DO --

HOLIDAY EVENTS

THURSDAY, DEC 1

 

  • Classical Guitar and Wind Ensemble Concert, 7:30pm, Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City. The Clackamas Community College Wind Ensemble will play a mix of classical and contemporary pieces. The Guitar Ensemble will also perform. Admission is $5. To purchase tickets, visit clackamasmusic.eventbrite.com. For more information about any of these events, contact Ami Collofello at ami.collofello@clackamas.edu. See a complete listing of upcoming music performances at www.clackamas.edu/music-events.

 

 

FRIDAY, DEC 2

 

  • Holiday Lights at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy, 4-9pm. starting Friday, Dec. 2 until Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023.
  • Sandy Historical Museum Open House and the City of Sandy Tree Lighting, 5-7pm, 39345 Pioneer Blvd. in Sandy. Children can make crafts while Mt. Hood Dulcimers play Christmas music and after-hours shoppers peruse the gift shop full of local artisans' wares. For more information call 503-668-3378.
  • Mainstream and Chamber Choir, 7:30pm, Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City.
  • A festive holiday program by the Clackamas Community College Mainstream Vocal Jazz and Chamber choirs. Admission is $5. To purchase tickets, visit clackamasmusic.eventbrite.com. For more information about any of these events, contact Ami Collofello at ami.collofello@clackamas.edu. See a complete listing of upcoming music performances at www.clackamas.edu/music-events.

 

SATURDAY, DEC 3

 

  • The Clackamas County Event Center presents their third annual Winter Fair with the first annual Holiday Market, starting Dec. 3 and ending Dec. 23, at 694 NE 4th Avenue in Candby. More than 25 local crafters and vendors showcasing gifts, plus nearly half mile of more than 200,000 lights and scenes featuring a 166-foot walk through tunnel, 200-foot light wall and a 30-minute Christmas tree show. Pictures with Santa will be available each evening until 8pm. Live holiday music will be playing every night by local groups and school choirs. It will be open on Fridays and Saturdays only (the last week it will be open on Thursday and Friday). Ticket prices are $10 for people 13 and older, $5 for kids (4-12), and three and under is free. Doors will be open from 5pm to 10pm on the selected date purchased. For more information on ticketing, dates and times please visit our website at CCWinterFair.com.
  • Pet Pictures with the Grinch, 6-7:30pm, at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy. Petting zoo, pet pictures with the Grinch and warm drinks and cookies provided by Kiwanis.
  • Christmas at the Harlow House, noon-3pm, 726 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy. in Troutdale. Visit with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and enjoy cookies and wassail. Free event courtesy of the Troutdale Historical Society.

 

SATURDAY, DEC 10

 

  • Evening with the Snow Queen, 6-7:30pm, at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy. A performance by the Sandy Actors Theater and the Sandy High School Choir and Band, with holiday crafts from Todos Juntos.

 

SUNDAY, DEC 18

 

  • Estampa y Santa, 6-7:30pm, at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy. Dance performance by Estampa Mexicana, pictures with Santa and letter drop off to Santa. Food and drink provided by the Rotary Club.

TUESDAY, DEC 20

 

  • First ever Sandy Chanukah celebration, 5:30pm, Centennial Plaza, 39295 Pioneer Blvd. Community Menorah lighting, Chanukah music and spirit, giant inflatable dreidel, donuts and chocolate coins. Free event, all welcome.

 

WEDNESDAY, DEC 21

 

  • Shortest Day Walkway, 6-7:30pm, at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy. Walk through the lights, the City of Sandy will have booths with crafts, games and more. Food and drink provided by the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce.

 

WEDNESDAY, DEC 28

 

  • Holiday Happy Hour, 6-7:30pm, at Meinig Park, 17670 Meinig Avenue in Sandy. Ages 21 and over, drinks, food and DJ/photo booth.

 

PUBLIC MEETINGS

MONDAY, DEC 5

 

  • Sandy City Council meeting at 6pm. (typically held on 1st & 3rd Mondays) Check on ci.sandy.or.us for agenda. Members of the public also have the choice to view and participate in the meeting online via Zoom. Info: 503-668-5533, ci.sandy.or.us, and Facebook for updates.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 6

 

  • Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce meeting, 8am, Mt. Hood Oregon Resort, 68010 E. Fairway Ave. in Welches. More info: www.mthoodchamber.com.
  • Boring CPO meeting, 7pm (1st Tues of each month), clackamasfire.com/fire-stations/station-14-boring/. Facebook.com/pages/Boring-Fire-Station/173231289361662.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 13

 

  • Hoodland Fire District Board of Directors board meeting (2nd Tues of each month), 7pm. 69634 E Hwy 26, Welches. Info: 503-622-3256. In person and on Zoom, link online at hoodlandfire.us.

 

MONDAY, DEC 19

 

  • Sandy City Council meeting at 5:30pm. (typically held on 1st & 3rd Mondays) Check on ci.sandy.or.us for agenda. Members of the public also have the choice to view and participate in the meeting online via Zoom. Info: 503-668-5533, ci.sandy.or.us, and Facebook for updates.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 20

 

  • Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District, board of directors meeting, 4:15pm. District Office, 22055 S Beavercreek Rd., Beavercreek. Info: conservationdistrict.org. Please call 503-210-6000 for instructions to join by phone or Zoom. The district’s annual meeting will be held prior to this meeting, at 4pm.

 

EVENTS/MARKETS

SATURDAY, DEC 3

 

  • Mt. Hood Cultural Center and Museum’s Heritage Night fundraiser, 6-10pm. Live, silent and online auctions. 88900 Government Camp Loop in Government Camp. Museum membership is ticket. More info: www.mthoodmuseum.org.

 

MONDAY, DEC 19

 

  • Free Food Market, 9-10am (usually on last Monday each month) at a new location: Hoodland Lutheran Church, 59151 Hwy. 26 in Welches. Open to any person in need. No ID, name or address needed. Drive-thru pick up food for your safety. For help, call 503-622-9213 and leave a message. Info: hoodlandlutheranchurch@gmail.com.

 

LIBRARIES

The Hoodland and Sandy Public Libraries will be closed on Saturday, Dec. 24, Sunday, Dec. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023.

Newsletter. The Sandy & Hoodland library newsletters are emailed on a monthly basis. Call or email libraryassistants@ci.sandy.or.us if you would like to be added to the email list. Blog at sandylibrary.blogspot.com.

HOODLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY. 24525 E Welches Rd., Welches. Info. 503-622-3460, ci.sandy.or.us, hoodlandlibrary@ci.sandy.or.us.

HOURS: Mon 10am-4pm; Tues 1pm-7pm; Wed -Fri noon-6pm; Sat noon-5pm; Sun closed.

FRIDAYS

 

  • Storytime, 10:30-11am, reading books, singing songs and learning rhymes. Meet in the community room at the library.

 

THURSDAY, DEC 1

 

  • Digital Book Club, 7pm. “One By One,” by Ruth Ware. To receive a Zoom link to the discussion, email Katie at tellen@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

MONDAY, DEC 5

 

  • Men’s Book Club, 7pm. “Better Off Dead,” by Lee Child and Andrew Child. Meet in the Sandy Library community room. For more information, email mhouck@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

THURSDAY, DEC 8

 

  • Women’s Book Club, 6pm. “The Nightingale,” by Kristin Hannah. Hybrid event, both on Zoom and in the Sandy Library Community Room. A Zoom link will be sent a week before the meeting. To receive the link, email mhouck@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 20

 

  • Hoodland Library Book Group, 4pm. “The Boy from the Woods,” by Harlan Coben. Meet in Hoodland Library community room. More info email ddowney@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

FRIDAY, DEC 23

 

  • Kids Club, 4-5pm. In-person STEM program on the fourth Friday of every month, for grades kindergarten through fifth. For more information, email mespenel@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

ONGOING

A special winter holiday Take & Make Kit for Kids, Teens and Adults will be available at the Hoodland and Sandy Public Libraries, while supplies last. Make greeting cards for home-bound seniors to celebrate the holiday season. Craft supplies will be enclosed in the kit along with two blank cards. Participants can use additional supplies. Finished cards should be returned to the libraries by Sunday, Dec. 18.

Kids, Teen and Adult Take & Make kits are available at the Hoodland and Sandy Libraries on a monthly basis, while supplies last. Kids and Adult kits are available starting the 15th of the month; teen kits are available starting the first of the month.

CURBSIDE DELIVERY of hold items available Mon-Sat. Call from the parking lot during open hours, provide your library card number, and your items will be checked out and brought to you. Info: ci.sandy.or.us/library/page/curbside-services-hours.

VIRTUAL PROGRAMS. There are a number of “virtual” programs happening with the use of Zoom on the internet, as well as information and activity videos posted on Facebook. Check out Facebook for Storytime Parents Group, the Library Book Group, Sandy Public Library Friends and the City of Sandy (city government).

eCARD: if you don’t already have a LINCC library card, you may apply for an eCard by visiting lincc.org. An eCard grants immediate access to online resources, including eBooks and eAudiobooks.

You may also place up to five physical items on hold, but must upgrade to a full library card to check them out. eCards are available to all residents of the LINCC Library District (Clackamas County), age 13 and up.

MOBILE PRINTING. Mobile printing available from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Send what you need printed to the library using one of our mobile printing options, then pick up your documents during curbside delivery hours. Info: ci.sandy.or.us/library/page/mobile-printing.

BOOK BUNDLE. Request a Book Bundle if you don't know what to read next - the library will pick something out. Visit the website for the form - ci.sandy.or.us/library, or email libraryassistants@ci.sandy.or.us to have it sent to you.

SANDY PUBLIC LIBRARY. 38980 Proctor Blvd., Sandy. Info 503-668-5537. ci.sandy.or.us.

HOURS: Mon/Tues 10-7pm; Wed-Fri 10-6pm; Sat/Sun 12-5pm.

THURSDAYS

 

  • Storytime, 10 am, Sandy Public Library community room. Miss Monica will read books and we will sing songs and learn rhymes together. Todos Juntos will provide a fun craft activity afterward. This program is for preschool children ages two to five and is designed to help your child learn the important early literacy skills needed to help them learn to read. For more information, email Monica Smith at msmith@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

THURSDAY, DEC 1

 

  • Digital Book Club, 7pm. “One By One,” by Ruth Ware. To receive a Zoom link to the discussion, email Katie at tellen@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

FRIDAY, DEC 2

 

  • Tree Lighting, 6pm (tree will be lit at 6:15pm). Join the City in holiday good cheer! Bring your letters to Santa. Sandy High School Choir will perform holiday songs. Hot cocoa and cookies provided by AntFarm and Tollgate Bakery. Candy canes provided by Rotary Club of Sandy. Pick up a Craft for a Cause and help us provide holiday cards for senior citizens in the community. Items will be accepted for the Kiwanis Christmas baskets.

 

MONDAY, DEC 5

 

  • Men’s Book Club, 7pm. “Better Off Dead,” by Lee Child and Andrew Child. Meet in the Sandy Library community room. For more information, email mhouck@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

WEDNESDAY, DEC 7

 

  • Library Advisory Board meeting, 6-7:30pm, Sandy Library community room. First Wednesday of every month. More info, email smcintyre@ci.sandy.or.us.
  • Anime Club, 2:30pm, ages 18 and under. Sandy Public Library Community Room, 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. New Anime Club participants will help us pick the next anime series to watch. Manga drawing supplies will be provided while you watch.

 

THURSDAY, DEC 8

 

  • Women’s Book Club, 6pm. “The Nightingale,” by Kristin Hannah. Hybrid event, both on Zoom and in the Sandy Library Community Room. A Zoom link will be sent a week before the meeting. To receive the link, email mhouck@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

FRIDAY, DEC 9

 

  • Teen Cookie Exchange, 6:30-8:30pm. Teens, join us for a holiday cookie swap and movie night. Watch “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and indulge in an assortment of tasty cookie treats. Bring your own cookie creations, homemade or store-bought, and take home a fun assortment for yourself. Bring a copy of your cookie recipe to share. Holiday attire is highly encouraged. Popcorn, beverages and take-home boxes for your cookies will be provided. For further information please email Rebecca Hanset rhanset@ci.sandy.or.us

 

SATURDAY, DEC 10

 

  • Storytime with the Snow Queen, 3-5pm, Sandy Public Library Community Room. Come celebrate the holiday season with The Snow Queen. We will read some Christmas books, sing some carols and do a holiday-themed activity. If you can’t make it to the library, catch the Snow Queen at Meinig Park at 6pm (12/10).

 

TUESDAY, DEC 13

 

  • LEGO Club, 3:30-5pm, Sandy Library Community Room. Second Tuesday of each month. Make LEGO creations that will be on display at the library. Kids 6-12.

 

MONDAY, DEC 19

 

  • Teen Advisory Board, 4-5pm. Group of sixth to 12th grade students meet to plan future programs, chose books for the library, make teen space comfortable and earn volunteer hours. For more info email rhanset@ci.sandy.or.us.

 

WEDNESDAY, DEC 21

 

  • Anime Club, 2:30pm, ages 18 and under. Sandy Public Library Community Room, 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. New Anime Club participants will help us pick the next anime series to watch. Manga drawing supplies will be provided while you watch.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 27

 

  • Kids Club, 3:30-5pm. Sandy Library Community Room. In-persom STEM or craft program on fourth Tuesday of each month. November will be making holiday cards that light up and learning about circuits. Contact msmith@ci.sandy.us.

 

ONGOING

A special winter holiday Take & Make Kit for Kids, Teens and Adults will be available at the Hoodland and Sandy Public Libraries, while supplies last. Make greeting cards for home-bound seniors to celebrate the holiday season. Craft supplies will be enclosed in the kit along with two blank cards. Participants can use additional supplies. Finished cards should be returned to the libraries by Sunday, Dec. 18.

Hat, Scarf, Mitten Tree, help keep your neighbors warm this winter. The Sandy Library is collecting donations for our Hat, Scarf and Mitten Tree (new and handmade items only please). Items will be distributed by the Sandy Action Center.

Virtual Storytime, Miss Monica records a storytime each week for you to watch from the comfort of your home. We read a book based on a theme, learn a new song and learn the letter of the day. Catch the latest virtual storytime each Friday morning in the Sandy & Hoodland Libraries - Storytime Parents Group on Facebook.

Tech Help – have a question about your computer, tablet or smartphone? Call the library to schedule an appointment with a librarian on topics such as email, social media, Microsoft Word, PC basics, the internet and using a smartphone or tablet.

CURBSIDE PICK-UP. New signs will designate the parking spaces as 5 minutes or less. If you wish, give the library a call and your holds will be brought out as before. Remember, you will need your library card number so items can be checked out. Curbside service may be used to pick up holds. Info: 503-668-5537.

BOOK BUNDLE. Request a Book Bundle if you don't know what to read next - the library will pick something out. Visit the website for the form, or email libraryassistants@ci.sandy.or.us to have it sent to you.

MOBILE PRINTING. Mobile printing available from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Info: ci.sandy.or.us/library/page/mobile-printing.

CONNECT ONLINE VIRTUAL PROGRAMS on Zoom on the internet, as well as info and activity videos posted on Facebook. Some of the Facebook groups are: City of Sandy, Oregon (city government); Sandy Public Library Friends; Sandy & Hoodland Libraries (Storytime Parents Group); Library Book Group (Hoodland & Sandy Area).

BORROW. Do you need to borrow something? Tired of the same old board games? Check out the library's Library of Things online (kitchenware, musical instruments and more).

eCARD. If you don't already have a LINCC library card, apply for an eCard on www.lincc.org. eCards grant immediate access to online resources, including eBooks and eAudiobooks. eCards available to all residents of LINCC Library District (Clackamas County), age 13 and up.

SENIOR CENTERS

Hoodland Senior Center, 65000 E. Hwy 26, Welches. Info: 503-622-3331, hoodlandseniorsinfo@gmail.com.

Sandy Community Center/Sandy Senior Ctr. 38348 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy. Info: 503-668-5569, ci.sandy.or.us.

THEATERS/MUSEUMS

MONDAY, DEC 5

 

  • Reader’s Theatre Gresham presents a staged reading of “The Dock Brief,” by John Mortimer, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5, at the Center of the Arts Little Theatre, 333 N. Main Avenue in Gresham. Tickets are $9 at the door, with tickets for Mt. Hood Community College students available at half price. The comedy is about a seedy lawyer who must defend a man accused of murdering his wife. Readings happen on the first Monday of every month. For more information, visit www.readerstheatregresham.org or email ReadersTheatreGresham@gmail.com.

 

THROUGH SUNDAY, DEC 18

 

  • Sandy Actors Theatre presents “A Christmas Carol” from Friday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Dec. 18 at 17433 SE Meinig Avenue in Sandy (behind Ace Hardware). Show times are 7:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 3pm on Sundays. Tickets are $18 general admission, $15 for students, seniors first responders and veterans (reservations are recommended). For more information, or to make reservations call 503-936-4378 or visit sandyactorstheatre.com.

 

DEC 2-18

 

  • The Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company presents “Bell, Book and Candle” at the Boring Grange, 27861 Grange Street in Boring. Show times are 7:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays and 2pm on Sundays (there will be no matinee on Sunday, Dec. 4 due to the tree lighting ceremony in Boring. An extra matinee will be held on Saturday, Dec. 3). Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for children and seniors, and $11 for law enforcement. For more information, or to make reservations, call 503-593-1295 or visit nnbtheater.com.

 

Additional Information

Mt Hood Community Theater, located in Mt Hood Community College. Info: https://www.mhcc.edu/PerformingArtsEvents.

Mt Hood Museum & Cultural Center. 88900 E Hwy 26 Business Loop, Government Camp. www.mthoodmuseum.org.

Sandy Historical Society, Inc., Museum/Visitor Center/Giftshop, 39345 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy. Museum, Visitor Center & Gift Shop open Tues-Sat 10am-4pm, closed Sun-Mon. Info: 503-668-3378, sandyhistorical@sandyhistory.com, www.sandyhistory.com.

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

Mt Hood Area Chamber of Commerce, Info. www.mthoodchamber.com.

Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce, Info: 503-668-4006, www.sandyoregonchamber.org.

CLUBS/GROUPS/CLINICS/INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS

SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS

 

  • Meditation at Wy'East Zen Ctr., 9am on Sundays, 6:15pm on Mondays, on Zoom - wyeastzencenter.org to sign into Zoom. Info: 503-997-3193, info@wyeastzencenter.org.

 

TUESDAY, DEC 27

 

  • Clackamas County House District 52 Oregon Trail Democrats, (4th Tues) 6:30-8pm at Clackamas Co. Bank Sunset Room, 38935 Proctor Blvd., Sandy. Check prior to meeting to determine if meeting in person or on Zoom. Info: Susan Gates, 503-668-9628, www.oregontraildemocrats.com.

 

Additional Information

AntFarm, 39140 Proctor Blvd., Sandy. Reading, writing, tutoring, arts programs, gardening, helping senior citizens, YouthCore jobs, Work Programs, Internships. Meetings in person, and on Zoom. Call 503-668-9955, email info@antfarmyouthservices.com, or more information online at https://antfarmyouthservices.com.

Disability Services Advisory Council of Clackamas County, 221 Molalla Ave., Ste 104, Oregon City. Info: www.dsac-cc.org.

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Oregon Campus, 32901 SE Kelso Rd, Boring. Info: 503-668-2100, www.guidedogs.com

Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp, Info: https://mhkc.org.

Mt Hood Lions Club, E Hwy 26 and E Woodsey Way, Welches. Info: 503-622-4223. Check reader board for activities.

Mt. Hood Republican Women – 11 a.m. every second Wednesday, Black Bear Diner, 105 N.E. Burnside Road. Join members for a discussion open to all. For more information, contact Mt. Hood Republican Women at MtHRW@yahoo.com. The group meets in September, October, November, December, February, March, April and May.

Prime Timers Dining Club for singles age 50 and up. Info: www.PrimeTimersDiningClub.com, Pat, 503-936-5861.

Sandy Kiwanis, Info: www.sandykiwanis.org, 503-819-0511.

Sandy Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4273 VFW Hall, 38452 Proctor Blvd., Sandy. http://www.vfw4273.org/.

SUPPORT GROUPS

AA Meetings in Sandy and The Mountain (https://www.aa.org).

Sandy: sober.com/meetings/state/city/aa?state=Oregon&city=Sandy.

Welches: Mondays at 6 pm, Narcotics Anonymous, Hoodland Lutheran Church; Mondays and Wednesdays at 9 am, Alcoholics Anonymous, St. John of the Woods Catholic Church; Fridays at 6 pm, Women’s Meeting, Alcoholics Anonymous, St. John of the Woods Catholic Church; Sundays at 6 pm, Alcoholics Anonymous, St. John of the Woods Catholic Church. More information at https://www.pdxaa.org.

TUESDAYS

 

  • The Al-Anon meeting Principles & Progress met weekly at the Sandy Community Center for more than six years until the community center shut down to outside groups in the spring of 2020 due to COVID. Recently resuscitated as Principles & Progress 2.0, the meeting has now reopened in Welches, held in person at 5pm every Tuesday. Meeting Location: Coffee House 26, a bookstore and coffee shop located at 67211 Hwy. 26, next door to El Burro Loco Restaurant. Meetings are held after hours.

 

Clackamas County Support, Crisis and Suicide Prevention 24 hour hotline. 503-655-8585. Intervencion Telefonica en Casio de crisis salud mental las 24 horas. 503-655-8585.

Clackamas Women's Services (support for domestic violence, offering programs and services), A Safe Place, Family Justice Ctr. for Clackamas Co., 256 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City. Info: CWS Crisis and Support Line, 503-654-2288, Toll Free 1-888-654-2288; A Safe Place, 503-655-8600, cwsor.org. For life-threatening emergencies, call 911. Other law enforcement assistance (non-emergency), 503-655-8211.

Grief Support Groups (sponsored by Mt Hood Hospice). Free community support groups on zoom. No connection to hospice required. Structured discussion groups focusing on grief. llirette@mthoodhospice.org, on Facebook @Mthoodhospice, www. mthoodhospice.org. Mt Hood Hospice's Pet Peace of Mind Program helps to keep patients and pets together during hospice care. For more information on Pet Peace of Mind, visit the web site at mthoodhospice.org.

NAMI Family Support Group, meets at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 39901 Pleasant Street, Sandy. Info: Blythe Nordbye, 503-680-2849, blythenordbye@gmail.com.

RECREATION PROVIDERS

 

Timberline Lodge & Ski Area. Info: 503-622-7979, www.timberlinelodge.com.

 

Mt. Hood Skibowl/Adventure Park, Info: www.skibowl.com or 503-222-2695.

Mt. Hood Oregon Resort, Welches. Golf and more. Info: 503-622-3101, www.mthood-resort.com.

 

Mt. Hood Adventures. Info: 503-715-2175, 888-422-4776, www.mthoodadventure.com.

VISITOR INFO

Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum, 88900 E Hwy 26 Business Loop, Government Camp. 503-272-3301, www.mthoodmuseum.org.

Mt. Hood Adventures, 88335 E. Government Camp Loop, Government Camp. 503-715-2175, 888-422-4776, www.mthoodadventure.com.

Mt. Hood National Forest, Zig Zag Ranger District, 70220 E Hwy 26, Zig Zag. 503-622-3191, Ext. 668, www.fs.fed.us/r6/mthood.Sandy Historical Society Museum, 39345 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy. 503-668-3378, sandyhistorical@sandynet.org, www.sandyhistorical.org.

The Mt Hood Area Chamber of Commerce, 503-622-3017, mthoodareachamber@gmail.com, www.mthoodchamber.com.Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce, 503-668-4006, sandyoregonchamber.org.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team). Call the Hoodland Fire District for further information. Do you have what it takes? 503-622-3256, hoodland@hoodlandfire.org.

The Hoodland and Sandy Senior Centers need volunteer drivers. Can you help? Info: 503-622.3331 (Hoodland), 503.668.5569 (Sandy).

BULLETIN BOARD

If you're a veteran and need information regarding VA benefits, counseling, healthcare, home loans, etc. call 503-650-5631 or e-mail veterans@co.clackamas.or.us.

 

Music Lineup for December-

 

WRAPTITUDE

67441 E Hwy 26, Welches, 503.622.0893

  • Mondays, 6pm

 

SKYWAY BAR & GRILL

71545 E Hwy 26, Zigzag 503.622.3775 skywaybarandgrill.com

Saturday, Dec. 3

 

  • Deja 2   7-9pm

 

Friday, Dec. 9

 

  • Steelhead Stalkers 7-9m
  • Christmas Jazz show

 

Saturday, Dec.  10

 

  • The Pagan Jug Band  7-9pm

 

Sunday, Dec.  11

 

  • Acoustic Minds & Glitter Fox  6-8pm

 

Friday, Dec.  16

 

  • Eric Leadbetter Duo 7-9pm

 

Saturday, Dec.  17

 

  • Keegan Smith & Wil Kinky  7-9pm

 

Saturday, Dec.  24

 

  • Christmas Eve Karaoke Party 6-9pm

 

Closed Christmas Day, MERRY CHRISTMAS

Friday, Dec. 30

 

  • Billy D & The Hoo Doos 7-9pm

 

Saturday, Dec. 31

 

  • NYE Celebration and Farewell party for Ally and Jason Hornor
  • Sweet & Juicy Band 9:30 - 12:30
  • Come ring in the new year and celebrate with all of us and help wish Ally and Hornor a new beginning

 

VENUES 

Chicali Cantina, 68256 E Hwy 26, Welches 503.564.9091

LeHappy, Music on the Patio, 38687 Proctor Blvd., Sandy 503.563.7707

The Skyway Bar & Grill, 71545 E Hwy 26, Zigzag 503.622.3775 skywaybarandgrill.com

Wraptitude, 67441 E Hwy 26, Welches, 503.622.0893

Mountain Dining Guide-

AL FORNO FERRUZZA, 73285 Hwy 26, Rhododendron. 503-622-1212. Rustic Authentic Wood-Fired Pizza. Indoor dining/outdoor patio. Takeout & Delivery. Order at mapleaqua.com

BARLOW TRAIL ROADHOUSE, 69580 Hwy 26, Welches. 503-622-1662. Closed Mon/Tues. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. Daily Specials/Halibut fish & chips/Fried chicken. Dine In/Take Out

BRIGHTWOOD TAVERN, 63010 E Brightwood Bridge Rd. 503-622-1568. 10am-10pm. Burgers. Specials. Full menu. Happy H daily 3:30-6:30 pm. Indoor/Outdoor seating. Dine In/Takeout

CHICALI CANTINA, Hoodland Shopping Ctr., Welches. 503-564-9091. Wed/Thur 11-8pm, Fri/Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 2-8pm Lunch & Dinner. Mexican. Frozen Fruit Margaritas. Grab n’ Go Burritos. Dine In/Take Out

COFFEE BREWSTERS, Hoodland Shopping Ctr., 503-622-3396. Espresso, Tea, Scones, Bagels, Sandwiches, Pastries, Snacks. Free Wi-Fi. Monthly Coffee Special

COOPERS WINE BAR & SHOP, 24540 E Welches Rd., Welches, 503-662-2025. Wed-Fri 3-9pm, Sat 1-9pm. Wines, beers. Tasting flights. Charcuterie boards-meats, cheeses. Snacks

DRAGONFLY CAFÉ & BAKERY, Mt Hood Village Resort. 503-622-2400. Breads, pastries. Dining/Catering/Cocktails. Fri/Sat Prime Rib/Seafood. Indoor/Outdoor seating. Takeout

EL BURRO LOCO, 67211 Hwy 26, Welches. 503-622-6780. Days & hours online. Mexican. Margaritas. Beer. Indoor/Outdoor dining. Order at www.elburro-loco.com. Takeout available

IVY Bear, 54735 E Hwy 26, Sandy.  503-208-9111. Old World Style Pizza, calzones, wings, salads. Wine/Beer/Soda. Arcade Room.  Cured meats. Dine In/Take Out

LE HAPPY CREPERIE & BAR, 38687 Proctor Blvd., Sandy. www.LeHappy.com. 503-563-7707. French crepes, steaks, salads, soup. Cocktails, local drafts, wine, espresso. Dine In/Takeout

MT. HOOD OREGON RESORT, Welches. 503-622-2214. Altitude: Open 7 days a week. Hours vary.  Familiar favorites.

SKYWAY BAR & GRILL, 71545 Hwy 26, Zigzag. 503-622-3775. Firepit. BBQ, ribs, burgers, famous Mac n’ cheese. Indoor/Outdoor dining. Infused cocktails. Dine In/Takeout

THE RENDEZVOUS, 67149 Hwy 26 (Rendezvous Ctr). Welches, 503-622-6837. thevousgrill.com. Lunch/Dinner. Wed-Sun, 3-8pm.  Dine indoors/out. Specials. Takeout available.

WHISTLE STOP, 66674 Hwy 26, Welches. 503-622-3440. whistlestopwelches.com. Open 9am-9pm, 21 and over. Burgers and more. Breakfast until 2pm,  Lunch/Dinner, Full Bar. Dine In/Takeout 


COFFEE/ESPRESSO/TEA/SMOOTHIES

COFFEE BREWSTERS, Hoodland Shopping Ctr., 503-622-3396. Espresso, Tea, Scones, Bagels, Sandwiches, Pastries, Snacks. Free Wi-Fi. Monthly Coffee Special

FERNIE’S COFFEE, 73265 Hwy 26, Rhododendron. Thurs-Tues 6am-3pm. Closed Wed. Proudly serving Stumptown coffees. Breakfast & Lunch - Bagels, box lunches, soup, sandwiches

MT HOOD ROASTERS, 73451 Hwy 26, Rhody, 503-622-6574. Espresso, stuffed breakfast bagels, teas, freshly roasted coffee beans. Custom labeled coffee. Gifts. Outdoor sitting

MUSIC LINEUP FOR NOVEMBER-

 

WRAPTITUDE

 

  • Mondays, 6pm

 


SKYWAY BAR & GRILL

Friday Nov 4

 

  • Steelhead Stalkers 7-9pm

 

Saturday Nov 5

 

  • Skeeter 7-9pm

 

Thursday Nov 10

 

  • The Play Forever Band (members of The Zen Tricksters)  6-8pm, Doug Abernathy (Hippy Doug) Memorial

 

Saturday Nov 12

 

  • Rich Layton and Tough Town 7-9

 

Sunday Nov 13

 

  • Chapin Andersen 6:30 - 7:30

 

Friday Nov 18

 

  • Quick & Easy Boys, Pray For Snow Party

 

Saturday Nov 19

 

  • Free Creatures, Pray For Snow Party

 

Friday Nov 25

 

  • The Resolectrics

 

Saturday Nov 26

 

  • Coming Up Threes

 

Sunday Nov 27

 

  • Mike Dillon and Punkadelick, featuring Nikki Glaspie and Brian Haas

 


VENUES 

 

Chicali Cantina, 68256 E Hwy 26, Welches 503.564.9091

LeHappy, Music on the Patio, 38687 Proctor Blvd., Sandy 503.563.7707

The Skyway Bar & Grill, 71545 E Hwy 26, Zigzag 503.622.3775 skywaybarandgrill.com

Wraptitude, 67441 E Hwy 26, Welches, 503.622.0893

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