Coastal Vapors Plus Grand Re-Opening

Coastal Vapors Plus is re-opening at a new location!
Join us to welcome Coastal Vapors Plus to their new location.
Coastal Vapors Plus is a “unique” vapor store.
They carry a variety of products that does not include marijuana or nicotine products.
They also have a gift shop with hand-made items to support area artists.

Friday, November 10, 2017
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Ribbon Cutting at 5:30 pm

31550 NW Commercial Street
North Plains, Oregon 97133

For additional information email the North Plains Chamber.

or call 503-647-2207


Business After Hours Jingle & Mingle

Join the North Plains Chamber and Loch Lolly Christmas Farm to kick-off the holiday  season  with refreshments and networking with a holiday flair. The cost to attend this event is two cans of food or to make a cash donation to the North Plains Food Pantry. Bring your business card to enter the door prize drawing.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Loch Lolly Christmas Farm
28332 NW Dorland Road
North Plains, Oregon 97133

RSVP at 503-647-2077 or
North Plains Chamber of Commerce

Invitation to Jingle & Mingle


Super Saturday with Rys Thomas

Saturday
November 25, 2017
1:00pm- 2:00pm

Jessie Mays Community Center
30975 NW Hillcrest Street
North Plains, OR 97133

Rhys Thomas dazzles you with improbable juggling, unique comedy and amazing acrobatics. JuggleMania shares the heroes that taught him how to juggle: BOOKS! By reading and practicing, this Oregon boy gained enough skills to become an internationally touring juggler, magician and comedian.

Chinese yo-yos, cowboy lassos, Indian clubs, Egyptian juggling balls and other toys come alive in the hands of an artist that has toured four continents.

 


International Movie Night “Moka”

November 16, 2017
Doors open at 6:00pm
Showing at 7:00pm(strictly over 21+)
Abbey Creek Winery Tasting Room
31441 NW Commercial Street
North Plains, Oregon 97133

“MOKA”– French with English subtitles.

Color : 90 minutes running time.

 Diane Kramer is led by one obsession: to find the driver of the mocha color Mercedes which hit her son and devastated her life. With a few belongings, some money and a gun, she goes to Evian, where she’s learned the driver lives.

Director and Cast
Director: Frédéric Mermoud
Starring: Emmanuelle Devos

 


Family Fun Night with Captain Underpants

North Plains Public Library
November 3, 2017
at 6:30pm

Join us at the Library on the First Friday of each month for a free showing of a PG-rated movie, and a chance for parents to get their library holds or have a quiet moment!

Two overly imaginative pranksters named George and Harold hypnotize their principal into thinking he’s a ridiculously enthusiastic, incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants.

 


Culinary Literacy—Spices 101!

October 28, 2017 at 9:30 am

Join Savory Spice Shop owners, Jim and Anne Brown for a fascinating overview of the world of culinary spices.  The Spices 101 presentation will start with a brief history and geography of the spice world, then move to the major spice categories and their usage in different cuisines.  The presentation will be peppered with lots of interactive discussion about recipes and cooking spices. 

Learn how to make quick, easy meals SUPER TASTY!  Free samples!

This second presentation of the North Plains Public Library’s Culinary Literacy Series will occur at the library located at 31334 NW Commercial Street.



Museum After Dark

Spine-Chilling Thrills as Evidence of Murder Cases Unfolds

“Museum After Dark” promises an evening of ghost hunting and paranormal finds

This year, the Washington County Museum’s beloved annual Halloween-inspired program, “Museum After Dark” features the theme, “If These Walls Could Talk.”

Join us for ghost hunting, workshops, and tasty drinks as we learn what paranormal investigators have found at the Museum’s Old Log Jail during a recent investigation.  At least two men were known to have died within the jail’s walls between 1853 and 1870… And now, for the first time in Museum history, they have a chance to come back and tell their stories!

Museum curator Liza Schade promises, “The Museum will feature a display of macabre artifacts from deep inside our darkened vaults.  We will show evidence from two different murder cases, plus our infamous wicker body casket, and other items that will make you cringe!”

When:  Thursday, October 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Where:  Washington County Museum on the Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus, 17677 NW Springville Road, Portland

Why:  Because it’s fun to be scared!

Cost:  $10 for Members, $15 in Advance, $17 at the door.  Tickets include the presentation, one adult beverage, and a free raffle ticket to accompany paranormal investigators to the Plum Hill Vineyard in November.  This event is for adults only (21+)

Tickets: http://museumafterdark2017.brownpapertickets.com/

About the Washington County Museum

For more than 50 years, the Washington County Museum has provided community members and visitors an opportunity to experience and understand the richness of our history, heritage and culture.  The Washington County Museum on the Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and on the second Saturday of every month.  There is no admission fee though visitors are encouraged to leave a donation.

For more information, please visit www.washingtoncountymuseum.org, email info@washingtoncountymuseum.org or call 503.645.5353.

 


Join Congresswoman Bonamici at a Town Hall Meeting

As your Representative, I work to make sure that your voice is heard in Congress. One way I keep in touch is by holding Town Hall Meetings to answer questions and hear what’s on your mind.

There are many issues to talk about. For example, where is the debate on health care leading us? How can we make things a little easier for those working hard just to make ends meet? And, because I got my start in community college, I am also focused on increasing affordable options for education to help people gain the knowledge and skills they need to secure good jobs now and in the future.

I hope you will consider joining me at a Town Hall Meeting when I’m in your community:

North Plains Town Hall Meeting 

Saturday, September 16, 2017
12:00 pm

Jessie Mays Community Center
30975 NW Hillcrest Street
North Plains, OR 97133


Seed Exchange Day

North Plains Public Library
November 18, 2017
11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Have Fun and get a start on your 2018 garden!

Bring your seeds: Gardeners can bring seeds they’ve saved, or seed from partially used packets, to share with others. In turn, participants take away new seeds for their 2018 garden.

Bring your questions: Volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions.

Bring your friends and neighbors: Free and open to the public.


Oregon Military History Book Talk & Lecture

North Plains Public Library is proud to host a book talk and lecture on the topic of Oregon Military history.

October 19, 2017
7:00 PM

North Plains Public Library
31334 NW Commercial Street
North Plains, OR 97133

Oregon’s military heritage goes back thousands of years with native warrior traditions. From 1847 to 1880 Army and volunteers units engaged Oregon’s native peoples in eight major conflicts.  The Army built several forts from Oregon’s coast to the Snake River.   The Oregon Militia was first created in 1843 and this led to creation of the Oregon National Guard in 1887. As the Pacific Northwest’s well-trained National Guard unit, the 41st Infantry Division served commendably from 1941 to 1945.  Oregonians served heroically in Korea and Vietnam.   Recently Oregon Army and Air National Guard units have been serving in Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts.

All are welcome.|