U.S. Cellular Rewarding $1,000,000 to Teachers

U.S. Cellular is donating one million dollars to fund teacher classroom projects through its “Calling All Teachers” program, and for the first time, Klamath Falls public school teachers are invited to submit their projects for consideration.  Visit for more information. Click “Read More” for links to U.S. Cellular and for the information PDF....
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Food Bank “Produce Connection” Open through September

Beginning August 1st through September 30th, Salvation Army #2960 in Klamath Falls (Maywood Dr., #12) is teaming up with the Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank. The Salvation Army will host the “Produce Connection”, with quantities and selection of produce varying from week-to-week. If you already qualify for food assistance, you are eligible for this program...
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“Honey Bee Exhibit” at Third Thursday Downtown

The Klamath Basin Beekeeper Association will host a booth at Third Thursday Downtown, August 21st, from 6-8:30 PM on Third Street. Katharina Davitt, an instructor from Oregon State’s Master Beekeeper Program, will be present to answer questions alongside KBB members. The group’s exhibit aims to teach onlookers about the importance of honeybees, and will...
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Siskiyou “Strings and Threads” Bluegrass Festival

From August 25th through the 31st, the Yreka Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Siskiyou “Strings and Threads” Bluegrass Festival at the Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka. Monday August 25th Quilters Workshop Tuesday August 26th Pancake Breakfast Assorted workshops for musicians, quilters, crafters, and more. Wednesday August 27th Pancake Breakfast Corn on the Cob Feed...
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Fridays – Klamath Independent Social Singles

The longest running singles group in Klamath Falls. We have members from 25 to 90 enjoying all social functions and recreation in the area.
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Klamath Senior Center Weekly Dance

Join the Klamath Senior Center every Wednesday for an afternoon of dancing, exercise, socializing, cake and coffee.  Dances are held weekly from 1:00 – 3:15 p.m. with live music orchestrated by Klamath’s own “Take Four Band.”        The cost is $4.00 per person.   Everyone is welcome (partners, singles, groups): the dancing is...
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