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Last updated: 2/8/2018

Community Events


FRIDAY - March 15, 2019 - please check out the volunteer opportunity below

WHAT:     St. Patrick’s Day Trivia Challenge and Pub Crawl

WHERE:   Mindpower Gallery – 417 Fir Ave., Reedsport, OR 97467

When:       Friday, March 15, 2019 – 5 pm

WHO:       Coastal Douglas Arts & Business Alliance (CDABA)

Contact:   Mindpower Gallery – 541-271-2485


St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl & Trivia Challenge


CDABA’s 10th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl & Trivia Challenge will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019, starting at 5 p.m. The event will start at the Mindpower Gallery, 417 Fir Ave. (Hwy 38), Reedsport, OR 97467. This is an adult event. All proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the City of Reedsport’s Centennial Celebration (100 years in 2019).


Teams should pre-register at the Mindpower Gallery. Teams can also register the day of the event - before 5 pm on March 15, 2019. The registration fee per team is $20 for a team of 4, and $5 additional per person (unlimited number). Team registration forms are available at the Mindpower Gallery and from CDABA members. 


Volunteers are needed to host at the trivia challenge venues and to assist with grading. The goal is to have a minimum of two persons per trivia location. Volunteering is a great way to join in on the fun. There are seven trivia venues this year: Eagles Lodge, Moose Lodge, The Schooner Café, The Waterfront Tavern & Restaurant, Tides Inn, Rust’d Star, and Defeat River Brewery.


All teams will reassemble at the Eagles Club at 8:30 pm to learn the names of winning teams. Prizes to be awarded this year include a prize for the winning trivia team and a prize for the best dressed team (Got Green?).


Start planning your teams now and be sure to get your green on. For more information contact the Mindpower Gallery at 541-271-2485 or Kathleen Miller at


WHAT:             Beach Clean-up and Glass Float “Give-Away”

WHERE:          Reedsport, Oregon
WHEN:            Saturday, March 23, 2019
WHO:               Rotary Club of Reedsport

Rotary Club of Reedsport Sponsors the Glass Float “Give-Away” during SOLV’s Annual Great Oregon Spring Beach Clean-up.


The Rotary Club of Reedsport has once again adopted the beach accessed by Sparrow Park Road (just North of Gardiner) during SOLV’s Annual Great Oregon Spring Beach Clean-up on Saturday, March 23, 2019—rain or shine. 


To add to the excitement of this event the Rotary Club and Ocean Beaches Glassblowing & Gallery (Seal Rock, OR) are donating glass floats.  These floats will be given away by raffle to those who volunteer their time during the clean-up.  Participants will receive one raffle ticket for each bag of trash turned in during the day.  At the end of the clean-up, names will be drawn and each drawn ticket holder will receive a glass float – limit one per person. 


Meet us at the parking lot at the junction of Highways 101 & 38 at 9:30 am on Saturday, March 23, 2019.  Carpooling and transportation will be arranged that morning to get everyone to the clean-up site.  You can also join the group any time during the morning by simply coming to the beach site at the end of Sparrow Park Road (please note the road can be very rough and the parking is very limited).


The Rotary Club wishes to thank Bob & Vick Meyer of Ocean Beaches Glassblowing & Gallery for the discounted glass floats.  You can learn more about Ocean Beaches at  It also wishes to thank the Sugar Shack Bakery for the donation of donuts and Umpqua Bank for the donation of coffee for the morning’s event.



On the last Wednesday of every month from 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Lower Umpqua Hospital — Free Lunch & Learn


2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month – Grief Support Group

Tuesdays, 10:30am – 12:00pm

Description:  What: South Coast Hospice Grief Support Group Meeting Where: Family Resource Center, 5 Saint John's Way, Reedsport Day/Time: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


Wednesday(s) at 9 am

Douglas County Commissioner’s Meeting by Video

Where:  Douglas County Annex, 680 Fir Ave, Reedsport, OR


Wednesday(s) – 1-3 pm

Bingo at Senior Center


Wednesdays – 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Weight Watchers at RCCA


Free Blood Pressure Clinic - Winchester Bay Community Center

2nd Wednesday – 11 am – Noon


Free Blood Pressure Clinic - Timber Ridge Retirement Center

2nd Thursday - 10 am – 11 am


Free Blood Pressure Clinic – Reedsport Senior Center

3rd Thursday – 11 am - Noon


The students at the Reedsport Community Charter School are collecting Price-N-Pride Receipts and Box Tops.  Simply drop off your receipts at the RCCS office.

 Coastal Douglas Arts & Business Alliance (CDABA) is partnering with Chris and Sheryl Rush, owners of the Rogue River Coffee Co., to host an open house and artist and music reception on Saturday, November 18, 2017 (Noon to 3 pm). Stop by to meet the owners at 1891 Winchester Ave (corner of Highway 101 and 19th), Reedsport, OR  97467, and check out their coffee, pastries, and lunch menu items.


The artist reception will feature various artists, including Gary M. Herd, Kraken Studios;

Donna Lee, Donna Lee Studio; Reggie Oflock, Sea Gypsy Cottage Studio; and Susanne M. Weston, Susanne Weston Art.  It will also feature music by Reedsport’s own-Sean Grubb.


Gary Herd is a self-taught "Urban Landscape" painter, known for his colorful, bold outlined paintings. When Gary is not in the studio creating art, he's painting on a much larger scale with his mural business Kraken Studios. Herd’s newest mural "Salmon History" is on the dike wall in Reedsport.


Donna Lee, started art school right out of high school. Donna started as an illustrator, turned into a photographer to photograph her art work and fell in love. Now after 30 years behind the camera, Donna has picked up color pencils and has also picked up scratchboard art.


Reggie Oflock, was born and raised in California. Reggie retired in Grants Pass and later moved to Florence Oregon with her husband and 2 dogs, Bruiser and Shadow. Reggie is a self-taught artist and also enjoys reading, beach walks, fishing, and world travelling.


Susanne Weston has been an artist for over 50 years, starting in watercolors and moving to acrylics, mostly mountain landscapes, but also portrait work. Susanne began 3-dimensional art on wood and stone about four years ago. Susanne’s images of trees are painted in copper, gold, silver, gunmetal, and multiple colors to coordinate with the rock or wood she uses for her background.) (Top)