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KBREC: Master Gardener Applications due January 29th

The KBREC Master Gardener program is currently accepting applications through January 29th. This program is one of the most popular volunteer programs in Oregon.  Volunteers receive 70 hours of intensive gardening education in exchange for 42 hours of volunteer time. Participants will learn about topics such as botany and soil management, while being equipped...
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“Current Economic Conditions: A Comedy” at the Linkville Playhouse

The Linkville Playhouse presents, “Current Economic Conditions: A Comedy”, running from January 9th to January 31st, 2015. From the Linkville: “The author describes Current Economic Conditions as an entertaining black comedy about how society’s perceptions of the work force have become so skewed.  The dramatic portrayal of these shifting attitudes provides a smart and...
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Museum Seeking Stories about Klamath Armory

The Klamath County Museum is looking for anyone who might have a story to share about events that happened many years ago at the old Klamath Armory. The armory was converted into the site of the current Klamath County Museum 44 years ago. Anyone who has vivid memories about times he or she had...
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Fundraiser for Butte Valley High School

Butte Valley High School has been given an opportunity to send their students to a Sacramento Kings NBA basketball game later this year, but they need to sell 150 tickets to the game and raise funds to cover additional costs such as travel.  This is an amazing opportunity for the school to organize a...
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Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me Kate” at the Ross Ragland Theater

Cole Porter’s famous response to “Oklahoma”, “Kiss Me Kate” comes to life as the Ross Ragland’s Winter Community Production Thursday, January 22 – Sunday, February 1, 2015. Stars cross and sparks fly as the two theatre couples try to stage their production of The Taming of the Shrew while also arguing and running from angry mobsters....
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Oregon Tech Dental Hygeine Fundraiser

The Oregon Tech Dental Hygeine program’s class of 2015 is hosting an “unlimited breakfast” fundraiser at Applebee’s on February 7th.  Tickets are $7  and sold at the door. Breakfast will last from 8 AM to 10 AM, and entitle participants to an unlimited amount of pancakes, eggs, sausage, and a beverage.
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Klamath Symphony & KU Orchestra at Ross Ragland Theater

The Klamath Symphony will perform “Music for the Common Folk” on Sunday February 8th at 3:30 PM, alongside the Klamath Union High School Chamber Orchestra. The set is inspired by Aaron Copland’s famous “Fanfare for the Common Man”. The groups will also combine to perform an arrangement of “America, the Beautiful”. The Klamath Symphony...
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Basin Basketball Academy – Spring Girls Basketball

Basin Basketball Academy is taking applications for the upcoming Girls Spring Basketball Program. The cost is $25 per person, plus league fees. All athletes must be AAU members. Typical workouts usually occur on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for an hour and a half. Workout sessions focus on individual basketball development as well as enhancing...
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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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