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Community Events Calendar
3/17 Aloha Friday
3/17 "13th: From Slave to Criminal With One Amendment" Documentary Screening
3/18 Meeting for People Interested in Forming Senior Cohousing Community
3/20 Springfield City Council Vote on Indigenous Peoples' Day
Occupy Medical Fundraiser at Oakshire
Housing Opportunity Lobby Day
3/22 Botanical Anatomy Workshop
3/22 Beyond $15: Immigrant Workers, Faith Activists, and the Revival of the Labor Movement
Here to Stay: Portland Hearing
Climate Lobby Day
3/23 Whole Earth Nature School Volunteer Information Night
3/23 Community Supported Shelters Annual Dinner Benefit
3/23 Oregon Supported Living Program Fundraiser at Hot Mama's
3/23 DeVos and Trump and Bears! Oh My!
We The People 2.0
3/24 Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Open Mic
Peace to the 5th Power
Opportunity Village Fundraiser at Falling Sky
"Communicating for Peace" Camp
Tours of Safe Spot Communities
Muslims in America: One Woman's Story
Oregon Legislature Town Hall 
4/6 Encircle Films and EWEB present - UPRIVER: A Film for the Willamette
First Friday Communities of Color
4/7 Islam or Culture
City Wide MEChA Red Carpet Prom
4/9 Music Compass Carnival
Communicating with Compassion Class Series
4/15 The Music Compass Website Launch and Open House
4/15 Eugene Tax Justice March
4/18 Beat the Odds Scholarship Dinner
Take a Stand for Water and Wildlife at the Capitol
4/21 Yujin Gakuen Dinner and Auction
The Next Step: Advanced Tactical Direct Action Training
4/21-23 DisOrient Asian American Film Festival
4/22 March For Science Eugene
4/28 Democracy School
People's Climate March in Eugene
Multicultural Student Union: 3rd Annual POW WOW
ThinkMujer Summit 2017
Through 5/13
"Uprooted" Photo Exhibit
6/11 Music in the Meadow with Special Guest Peter Wilde
Ongoing events:


"13th: From Slave to Criminal With One Amendment" Documentary Screening

March 17th, 7 - 9 p.m.
1641 W Broadway in Eugene

We'll be screening and discussing the "fiercely intelligent" prison documentary "13th" - "an in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation's history of racial inequality." Watch the trailer and join the Facebook event.

The trainings logic-group of Disrupt! has decided to host a weekly 'consciousness raising' Radical Media Club! We will meet every Friday at 7pm and alternate between documentary screenings and book club meetings!


Meeting for People Interested in Forming Senior Cohousing Community

March 18th, 2 p.m.

Join us to view possible building sites and discuss plans. For meeting location and more info, contact or (541) 344-5751.


Springfield City Council Vote on Indigenous Peoples' Day

March 20th, 7 p.m.
City Hall at 225 5th in Springfield

Springfield City Council will vote on a city resolution to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day - join us! See the Facebook event


Occupy Medical Fundraiser

March 22, 5-7 p.m.
Oakshire Brewing

Oakshire Public House will donate $1 of every beer sold to Occupy Medical. Come and join the reception and support Occupy Medical.


Botanical Anatomy Workshop

March 22nd, 1-2:30p.m.
Maitreya Co-housing Strawbale at 1641 West Broadway in Eugene

Enhance your vital connection to the spirit of plants through learning basic botany. Learn about plant symbiosis with animals, the elements, and cosmic rhythms. Beneficial to enthusiasts, arborists, indoor growers, gardeners, and landscapers alike. Educational illustrations and literature included.

$3-25. To connect:


Housing Opportunity Lobby Day, Wedneday March 22
Join the Eugene/Springfield contingent up in Salem as we take action to help ensure every Oregonian has a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home. Join us for our first Housing Opportunity Lobby Day of the 2017 Legislative session!

This is your chance to meet your legislators and tell them that we need to take action to prevent and end homelessness, protect renters, build more affordable housing, preserve existing affordable homes, and expand access to home ownership.

We arrange visits with your legislators, form teams, provide training, and send you off into the building to talk about the Housing Opportunity Agenda. This is a great way to get involved during the legislative session and send a clear message that we need bold action on housing now. For people who have never attended a Housing Opportunity Day before, we promise we'll make it fun and easy! Lunch will be provided.

Registration deadline-Monday.   You can register on the Housing Alliance website.

8:30 AM: Registration, The Spinning Room at Willamette Heritage Center (1313 Mill St. SE, Salem)
9:00 AM: Training begins
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Legislator visits at the Capitol (900 Court St. NE, Salem)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch at the Willamette Heritage Center
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM: More legislator visits and fun activities at the Capitol!

Local van and car pooling info: 
Rev. Dan Bryant is driving the van taking the first folks who show up at First Christian Church,1166 Oak.  The van will be leaving at at 7:30 AM.  However, we can plan better for additional car-pooling if recipients of this email who plan to go PLEASE CALL 541-337-1643 by Monday, March 20.

Hope to see you there,

Michael Carrigan 

Here to Stay: Portland Hearing

March 22nd, 1-4 p.m.
Portland City Hall, 1120 SW 5th Avenue, Portland

Come and show your support for immigrant rights. Join us for a rally and hearing to demand that Portland City Council members pass a Resolution to ensure that the City of Portland and the Police aren't working with ICE.

Rally begins at 1 p.m. outside of Portland City Hall and hearing begins at 2 p.m.

Facebook event here


Climate Lobby Day

March 23rd, 9-4:30 p.m.
State Capitol Building, 900 Court Street NE, Salem

Join 350 Eugene, Sierra Club Many Rivers Group, Oregon League of Conservation Voters and Oregon Conservation Network for a lobby day and rally at the state capitol. Great opportunity to learn the ropes of the legislative process, hear about policies, rally on the steps and then lobby your own legislators in support of BOLD climate action! Attend the full day, or attend only the rally 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.


Whole Earth Nature School Volunteer Information Night

March 23rd, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
150 Shelton McMurphey Blvd, second floor, in Eugene

Have you been interested in joining the Whole Earth Nature School team but want to learn more first? Then come to our free Volunteer Information Night to learn how you can become the next nature mentor hero!  Positions now open for 2017 Summer Nature Camps. 


Community Supported Shelters Annual Dinner Benefit

March 23rd, 5:30 - 8 p.m.
First United Methodist Church at 1376 Olive in Eugene

Come and hear about how the Community Supported Shelters Safe Spot community program is rebuilding people's lives one at a time!

This year's dinner is a Texas-style barbeque with all the fixins (meat and vegan choices) - potato salad, coleslaw, green salad, ranch style beans, and bread. We are also hosting our first Dessert Dash! 

There will also be a drawing for prizes - a few include: two nights at the coast, downtown shopping spree, sauna and dance classes, garden basket, family game night basket, and more. Prize tickets are $5 each, 3 for $10, and 7 for $20.

Dinner tickets are $30.00 and must be purchased by March 18th.



DeVos and Trump and Bears! Oh My!

March 23rd, 7 p.m.
First United Methodist Church at 1376 Olive in Eugene

Eugene School Board member, Eileen Nittler, and Mary Leighton, candidate for Position 3 of the board, will talk about aspects of public education that may be in peril under Secretary DeVos.

During her confirmation hearings, DeVos, a proponent of vouchers for attendance in private schools, demonstrated no knowledge of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and other glaring shortcomings. What does this mean for our schools and what can we do to counter this movement?

Free and open to the public. Sponsored by Oregon WAND - Women's Action for New Directions. More info


Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Open Mic

March 24th, 7 - 10 p.m.
Tsunami Books at  2585 Willamette in Eugene

Join us for an open mic for women, Volume 3 featuring music by Betty and the Babes and comedy by Leigh Anne Jashewey!

Do you identify as a woman and have a creative voice? Come join us! Original work only, poetry, prose, comedy, dance and music, 5 minute time limit. Hosted by Olive Delsol. All audience members welcome, stage reserved for folks who identify as women. Tickets at the door, $5-$15 sliding scale admission plus a chance to win a raffle prize!

Sign up for Open Mic: 7-7:30
Music By Betty and the Babes: 7-7:45
Comedy By Leigh Anne Jashewey: 7:55-8:15
Open Mic: 8:15-10

See the Facebook event


Peace to the 5th Power

March 25th, 2:30-5 p.m.
Leung Martial Arts, 1331 W. 7th Avenue

Are you motivated to embody Patient, Passionate, Powerful, Personal Peace? You're invited to an experience of internal work that enhances our ability to respond to conflict. We will be working on affirmations and questions about our response-ability.



Tour of Safe Spot Communities

March 30th, 2:30-4 p.m.
1160 Grant Street, Eugene

Tours start at Community Supported Shelters. $5 and up sliding scale donation. Call the office at 541-683-0836 to RSVP.


Muslims in America: One Woman's Story

March 30th, 12-1 p.m.
Wildish Theater, 640 Main Street, Springfield

Soraya Deen, a graduate of Saginaw State College and the Sri Lankan Law College, will address a joint meeting of the Springfield City Club and the City Club of Eugene at noon on March 30, at the Wildish Theater in Springfield. Her presentation is entitled. "Muslims in America: One Woman's Story". Her comments will be followed by an opportunity for questions from the audience.

The public is invited for a suggested donation of $5. See more

Oregon Legislature Town Hall  
with State Representatives Julie Fahey, Nancy Nathanson & Sen. James Manning

North Eugene High School Library

Show up and urge our state elected officials to support progressive bills in the Legislature, such as  Senate Bill  557-The Clean Energy and Jobs Bill.  


The Economy & Immigration - Show Me the Numbers!

March 31st, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
975 High Street in Eugene

With immigration in the national headlines and local 2017 economic forecasts predicting slower growth, City Club of Eugene will explore the financial impact of the immigrant workforce in their Friday Forum at the UO Baker Center on 10th and High Sts. in Eugene on March 31 at 12 noon. While immigration is the subject of much conflicting information and opinion, all business people, municipalities and citizens can agree it is important to understand it's economic impact.

Successful economies on any scale are often measured by productivity. In fact, our social security system, job growth, business return-on-investment (ROI), education funding and many other facets of cultural stability are dependent on maintaining a healthy level of productivity regardless of scale. As the numbers of older people rise and represent a greater financial cost to society in general, how will we assure the economic productivity necessary to meet increasing social costs? This question is being asked in many countries around the world and in many small towns here in Oregon. The answer is to look at the source of that much needed productivity - our people and our businesses - and see who does what and how much, so we know where to put our resources. We urge everyone to "get the facts from those who know" about one of the most discussed topics in current society and its related consequences for us in the Willamette Valley.

Representing business and industry will be Jeff Stone, Executive Director/CEO of the Oregon Association of Nurseries and Kevin Chambers, a fifth generation Oregon farmer, former wine industry CEO and owner of Koosah Farm, a permaculture vineyard, orchard and pasture operation. Representing the labor side will be Joel Iboa, born in Eugene, a member of Eugene's Human Rights Commission and Coalition Coordinator for Causa, the foremost immigrant rights organization in Oregon.

$5 admission, free to City of Eugene Club members. See more


April 6th, 6-8 p.m.
Bijou Art Cinema at 492 E 13th in Eugene

Encircle Films and EWEB present: Upriver, a documentary film about the Willamette River and current efforts to restore it. With captivating underwater, aerial and time-lapse imagery of the Willamette, the film tells the story of the renewed sense of commitment to the river and sends the message that we can work as a community to overcome the challenges still ahead. Upriver covers over a dozen ongoing restoration efforts throughout the valley and features interviews with key scientists, people from the conservation community, and landowners.

$6-8. Audience discussion following film.


First Friday Communities of Color

April 7th
Location & Time: TBA

Bethel School District and Lane Education Service District will be jointly hosting the nest First Friday Communities of Color Event. More information will be sent out at the end of the month via the mailing distribution list. Please click
here to subscribe to the list and receive more information.


$5, free to City of Eugene Club members.
More info:


Come and join us at our last and biggest the event of the year. The event will consist of a talk given by Dr. Waleed Basyouni, a prominent American Muslim scholar, on the differences and connections between Islam and culture in the Muslim World. See you there!

See the Facebook event



Music Compass Carnival

April 9th, 12-3 p.m.
Kesey Plaza at Willamette & Broadway in Eugene

Come join "Dr. Zollatti" and the rest of the Music Compass Crew as we reprise last year's exciting birthday fun in the heart of downtown Eugene! We will once again be setting up tables and instrument stations and featuring songs, games, and other activities to promote the summer camps and other events coming up this year, while offering passers-by the chance to learn basic music skills from scratch!

Check out this clip from last year

More info:


Communicating with Compassion Class Series

April 12th-May 17th, 6-8 p.m.
Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Road, Eugene

Are you looking for ways of communicating more compassionately with yourself and others? In this six-week class series on Wednesday evenings, we will practice ways of listening, speaking, and thinking that contribute to understanding and connection using a variety of activities and reflective conversations. Inspired by the book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg.

Advanced registration is required.  Open to adults as well as teenagers who are at least 14 years old. Sign up online with barcode #123688 or by calling the Petersen Barn Community Center, 541-682-5521. The cost is $30 for Eugene residents and $36 for participants living outside of Eugene. Scholarships may be available.


The Music Compass Website Launch & Open House

April 15th, 3 - 6 p.m.
Madison Meadow Studio

We are super excited to announce that our new website is almost ready to be unveiled! It is going to be the place to promote and describe all the programs being offered by Scotty and his team, and it will also be an online archive for a lot of the videos, games and other elements of his curriculum. Website designer Brock Butterfield and graphic artist Ayele Forde have taken Scotty and Jen's vision and made it so incredibly beautiful and colorful we can barely wait to share it with you! So please stop by and celebrate with us with snacks and drinks!

More info: 



Scholarship Dinner

April 18th, 6-8 p.m.
North Eugene High School

Every year, Stand for Children hosts a wonderful evening to celebrate impressive students and raise funds for the critical work ahead. Meet this year's scholar and hear how Stand for Children is working to bring career technical education and expanded college preparation back to Oregon's high schools to finally address Oregon's unacceptable graduation rate.

The determination, perseverance, passion, and heart that the Beat the Odds scholars possess make it impossible to hear their stories without feeling moved. This is a hugely inspiring event - you don't want to miss it!

Get tickets


Take a Stand for Water and Wildlife at the Capitol

April 18th, 11-1 p.m.
State Capitol, Salem

Oregonians from around the state meet in Salem with a united voice to say we demand stronger state environmental leadership!

We'll be joining the organizers from Oregon Wild, Beyond Toxics, and Oregon Chapter Sierra Club who are planning a HUGE rally on the capitol steps from 11 to 1:00 p.m. followed by a beautiful march symbolizing a healthy Oregon river filled and surrounded by abundant regional wildlife.

Protect and preserve what we love! We must show our elected officials and appointees there is no time to lose. The time to act is NOW!





March For Science Eugene

April 22nd, 12-2 p.m.
UO Quad

Join scientists, activists, and concerned citizens to stand and march for science, research, investigative integrity, and the environment! See more


The Future of Public Education With Randi Weingarten, 
President, American Federation of Teachers

April 26th, 7 p.m.
Guistina Ballroom, Ford Alumni Center, 1720 E 13th in Eugene
Randi Weingarten has served as president of the 1.6 million-member American Federation of Teachers since 2008. Previously, she was president of the United Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 2, representing approximately 200,000 educators in New York City.

Weingarten holds degrees from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations and Cardozo School of Law, and has worked as a lawyer and a high school history teacher. 

In 2013, the New York Observer named Weingarten one of the most influential New Yorkers of the past 25 years. She is a regular columnist for The New York Times'  SundayReview and an active member of the Democratic National Committee.

This event is part of the Wayne Morse Center's Margaret Hallock Program for Women's Rights. Cosponsored by United Academics, AAUP-AFT Local 3209; AFT-Oregon; the World Affairs Council; and the UO Labor Education and Research Center.


Democracy School

April 28th - April 29th

Hosted by Community Rights Lane County and presented by Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund. Please let us know if you or anyone else you know would be interested in participating to learn more about the history and legal system that drives the Community Rights Movement.

$70/person - limited scholarships available. The second class is not yet scheduled but will be in the next few months. 

Learn more about the Democracy School


People's Climate March in Eugene: "We Resist, We Build, We Rise"

April 29th

It's time to hit the streets with art, dance, song, to put forth our unshakeable opposition to expanding fossil fuel extraction and our beautiful vision for a 100% clean energy economy that works for all. We will march, in Washington, D.C., in Eugene and across the country! This April, the people across all our movements will pour into the streets for climate, jobs & justice!

More info


Multicultural Student Union 3rd Annual POW WOW

April 29th, Noon - Midnight
Werner University Center, Western Oregon University, Monmouth

Dinner provided during the dinner break, from 5-7 p.m. First grand entry is at noon, and 2nd grand entry is at 7 p.m. Free admission, and all ages welcome!


ThinkMujer Summit 2017

May 12th, 7:30 a.m.
Oregon Convention Center at 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. in Portland 

This single-track annual event convenes the region's foremost Latina thinkers and doers to gain leadership insights, network for personal and professional growth, and share each other's stories. Our summit attendees believe it's the most  rewarding  professional development seminar they attend all year.



Through May 13th
Lane County Historical Museum, Eugene

"Uprooted: Japanese American Farm Labor Camps During World War II" is a traveling exhibit produced the by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission. It features forty-five images, taken by Farm Security Administration photographer Russell Lee near the communities of Nyssa, Oregon and Rupert, Shelley, and Twin Falls, Idaho in the summer of 1942, three text panels, and a short video featuring excerpts from oral history interviews with people who lived in the camps. The exhibit examines farm labor camps during the war and the use of Japanese Americans as a labor source, specifically in the sugar beet industry. More info


"Music in the Meadow" with Special Guest Peter Wilde

June 11th, 12 - 6 p.m.
Madison Meadow

Once again, we will celebrate the close of yet another wonderful school year by holding our annual "un-Recital"! This annual event is an opportunity for students old and new to present anything that they would like to share, in a causal family-picnic-style setting. It is also a great way to share our accomplishments with the neighbors in the vicinity who have been exceedingly supportive with everything we do over here.

Depending on how many people wish to play, we may start and/or end an hour earlier or later, but the general time frame is from noon to 6pm, with families coming and going throughout the day. Please email us at if you have any special time requests for performing at this event! And Jen will have a wish-list for what folks they can bring and how they can help with set-up, etc. Hope to see you all there!

Rush Hour Resistance Eugene

Every weekday, 5-6 p.m.
Old Federal Building at 211 E. 7th in Eugene

Rally-Protest-Speakers-Networking.  Stop Trump!  Reclaim Democracy! 

Learn more at


Free Family Fun

Every Sunday, 1 p.m.
Downtown Eugene Public Library at 10th and Olive

Kids and family: drop in for a new activity every week! More info:  541-682-8316 or


Weekly Peace Vigils in Eugene

Women in Black
Mondays, 5 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Across from the old federal building

Peace Meditation
Tuesdays, 8:20 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.
Old federal building plaza

Peace Vigil
Wednesdays, 4:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Old federal building plaza

Peace Vigil
Saturdays, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Outside Eugene Downtown Library

For more information contact Michael at CALC at or (541) 485-1755.


Occupy Medical Free Clinic

Every Sunday
Intake 11:45 a.m. - 3 p.m.
509 East 13th Ave


KEPW 97.3 FM  Home Grown Community Radio Meeting

Every Thursday, 6-8 p.m.
Upstairs Growers Market at 454 Willamette in Eugene

Eugene PeaceWorks is the parent organization of Home Grown Radio Station 97.3 KEPW-LP. This station's focus is economic justice, environmental sustainability, local food production, and music made right here in Oregon.

If you'd like to be a part of Home Grown Radio and you have ideas, skills, energy and want to help,  come to our weekly meetings!


Whiteaker Community Council (WCC) Meetings

Second Wednesday of the month, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Whiteaker Community Center at Clark and N. Jackson

Free and open to the public.


The Interfaith Prayer Service

11th of every month,  6:45 p.m. - 8 p.m.
1166 Oak in Eugene

Each month features 8-10 presenters representing a variety of spiritual backgrounds.


Volunteer for Burrito Brigade

Every Sunday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
First Christian Church at 1166 Oak in Eugene

Burrito Brigade's mission is to feed the unhoused and hungry of Eugene through a local community network of personal donors and nonprofit partnerships while engaging our community in the fight to end hunger. Burrito Brigade works with, accepts donations from, and provides for the public, regardless of ability, race, gender, gender identity, sexuality, sexual orientation, social status, addiction, criminal background, political and religious affiliation or age.


Volunteer for Pita Brigade (aka Pita Parade)

Every Saturday, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Bethesda Lutheran Church at 4445 Royal in Eugene

Join us on Saturday at Bethesda Lutheran Church to make Vegan Sloppy Joe Pita's for the hungry!

We are making about 200 pitas, so we need at least 8 to 10 volunteers. We desperately need help with distribution. If you have a car and can spend an hour Saturday afternoon distributing meals, we would really appreciate your help! Please do RSVP so we know how much coffee to put on! Folks who want to help set up, please come anytime after 9 a.m. Please enter via the kitchen which is on the north east side of the Church (by the wooden gate surrounding the trash cans).


Cuentos y Canciones:
Stories & Songs in Spanish

Every Saturday, 11:15 a.m.
Bethel Branch of Eugene Public Library
1990 Echo Hollow in Eugene

A free weekly storytime in Spanish for children and families.  Para información en español, llame 541-682-5450 y presione 5 For information in English, call 541-682-8316.

Sensory Storytime 

Every Wednesday, 1 p.m.
Downtown Eugene Public Library

Fun stories, songs, and word play designed especially for children with sensory integration or other special needs, with caregivers. Developed by Debby Laimon, Early Childhood School Psychologist.

Free. Information:  541-682-8316  or .


Every Friday 3-7 p.m.
Sprout Market, 418 A St in Springfield

Have a sit-down meal and a beer from Claim 52, or buy food to go!

Huerto de la Familia is a nonprofit organization offering Latino families a place to connect to their roots and the earth by growing their own food, as well as training and peer education in organic gardening, small scale farming and small business creation. They build wide-ranging partnerships to achieve their goals of cultural identity, community integration and economic self-sufficiency in the Latino community.


Free Monthly Urgent Care Pediatric Clinic

First Wednesday of every month, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Centro Latino Americano at 944 W. 5th Ave. in Eugene

Occupy Medical, with the amazing support of Florencia Kantt, N.P., will be offering a free monthly urgent care pediatric clinic at the Centro Latino Americano, for children 15 years or younger. Services include non-emergent care for common childhood illnesses such as allergies, colds and flu, conjunctivitis, coughs, sore throats, fever and constipation.

More info: 541-687-2667

Clínica de Urgencias Pediátricas Mensual

Si usted o su niño/a no tiene seguro médico y usted tiene preguntas sobre la salud de él o ella, lo invitamos a participar en nuestra clínica pediátrica mensual.

No es necesario filar una cita.

La clínica funcionará el primer miércoles de cada mes desde las 6:30-8:30 pm
( Nov. 2, Dic. 7, Ene. 4, Feb 1, etc)

Los servicios incluyen atencíon para urgencias simples y no emergentes-
resfríos/gripa, dolor de gargantua, tos, calentura, esteñimiento, conjunctivitis de ojos, y problemas de alergias para niños y niñas haste los 15 años.

Centro Latino Americano
944 W. 5th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon
Teléphono: 1-541-687-2667