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Summer Events June 2013 1st-2nd, Spring Carnival, Klamath County Fairgrounds 1st Lake of the Woods Run/Walk 1st Free Fishing Weekend 15th, Praise in the Park, Moore Park 14th-15th, Klamath & Lake Counties Stand Down, Klamath County Fairgrounds 15th, Living History Day, Logging Museum/ Collier Park Third Thursday, Downtown 20th, 28th-30th, Kruise of Klamath, Moore Park & Downtown 28th, BBQ, classic car movie & Sock Hop, Ross Ragland Theater 28th-30th, Klamath Kinetic Challenge 22nd, Dr. Daly Days Fair, Lakeview 23rd Downton Tea, Baldwin Hotel Museum 28th, Chamber Swing Into Summer Golf Tournament, Reames Country Club July 2013 4th Firecracker Mile, downtown Klamath Falls, before the parade 4th, Klamath 4th of July Jamboree, Veterans Park 4th Malin Days Parade, Malin 4th, Fireworks Display, Lakeview Fairgrounds 4th-6th, Festival of Free Flight, skies above Lakeview 19th-21th, Rip City Riders Summer Fun Run & Festival, Klamath County Fairgrounds 20th - Spectacle of Bikes, 10am Fryed Brothers Band, evening continued...

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Summer Events Continued

21st, Klamath County Run for Kids, Steen Sports Complex


Crater Lake Rim Run


Discraft Ace Race, Crest Park


Third Thursday, Downtown


Third Thursday, Downtown


Mosquito Festival, Paisley


Crater Lake Century Ride

27th, Klamath Blues Festival, Veterans Park 27th, CASA Ride For The Child Cycling Event, Mazama High School August 2013 2nd-4th RRT Summer Community Musical: “Les Miserables”, Ross Ragland Theater 2nd-4th Klamath Freedom Celebration American Gathering Motorcycle Rally, Klamath County Fairgrounds 3rd, Wine & Music Festival, Downtown Lakeview

23rd, Klamath Restoration Celebration, Chiloquin 24th-25th, Oregon State Chili Cookoff, Southern Oregon Regional Chili Cook-Off, Homemade Hobby Festival, and Show & Shine Car Show, Big Springs Park, Bonanza 26th 1st Annual Klamath Independent Film Festival, Ross Ragland Theater 29th-31st, Lake County Fair & Roundup begins, Lake County Fairgrounds

3rd-4th, Tour de Outback Road & Mountain Bike Tour, Lake County

September 2013

8th-11th, Klamath County Fair and Carnival, Klamath County Fairgrounds

1st-2nd, Lake County Fair, Lake County Fairgrounds

8th - Destruction Derby

9th & 10th - PRCA Pro Rodeo

8th-11th RRT Summer Community Musical: “Les Miserables”, Ross Ragland Theater 10th, Brats, Brews & Blues, Klamath Yacht Club

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*This is only a partial listing of events in and around Klamath County. All event dates and locations are subject to change. Please contact appropriate event coordinators for more information.

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Experience Crater Lake In a Whole New Way!

Historically designed trolley will provide a tour through Crater Lake National Park that will be unforgettable. Crater Lake Park interpreter/guides will relay the information about Oregon’s only National Park during your two hour tour around the Rim Drive. Enjoy the unmatched beauty of the Park without having to worry about driving yourself and enjoy the safety and comfort of our trolley. Special stops designed to let visitors get out and look at unique areas of the Park will provide an opportunity for guests to see and learn about the specific features of the Park. These trolleys are specifically designed to operate on compressed natural gas Wha in order to keep Crater Lake National Park’s environment as pristine and green as possible. a Gre t a The trolleys are ADA compliant for guests that may need some Tour t additional assistance. t ! Blas ad a ve We Hd Not Ha to & Di rive! Got e to D tually Se Ac e Park! th

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Living History Day

Collier State Park Logging Museum Collier Living History Day takes place June 15th from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. This is a great family activity that is sure to offer new insight on how logging began. The Collier State Park Logging Museum is located on Hwy 97, 30 miles north of Klamath Falls. The logging museum comes to life with the belching steam, grinding gears, roar of antique engines, and the chinking of horse harnesses filling the air to the delight of children and adults alike. Unique museum demonstrations include live steam engines, operating old-time shingle mill, antique engines, antique Caterpillar tractors, horse and wagon team, hay rides, an operating antique sawmill, chainsaw sculptures, museum tours, blacksmith demonstrations, spinning and weaving, period clothing and special entertainment. Reminisce with the old-timers about the machines, lifestyles, and the adventures they had. Experience our pioneer legacy and discover for yourself just what sparks the excitement. For more information visit

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10th Annual Praise in the Park

Praise in the Park is an annual Christian Music Festival held at Moore Park over Father’s Day Weekend. The event is a positive, encouraging, family oriented festival intended to bring Christian music and culture to the community in a safe and alcohol free environment. This year’s festival will be held on Saturday, June 15th. On Saturday, June 15th, the free Praise in the Park Festival runs from 11am-6pm with music, dance, food and fun. The Mainstage Lineup begins at features Romans Road, Dave Kirby, Soul & Spirit, Jim Weaver, June & Winter, and more. The Lawn area will feature The Marketplace (vendors), Food Court, Ministry & Community Resource, Pony & Train Rides, the Cinderella Pumpkin Carriage “Modern Day Princess”, Dance Workshops (Hip Hop, Flag and Ribbons) and Much More! Admission is free, donations are welcome. For additional information call 541.891.1178 or visit the website

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Lake County Events

Lake County is a diverse region located in the Oregon high desert. Named for its numerous lakes, it also contains beautiful forests, sand dunes and wide open spaces. Opportunities for recreation abound, from camping, fishing and hunting, to hang gliding, soaring planes and ATV recreation. Several events are held each summer in Lake County, offering locals and tourists alike the opportunity to recreate in beautiful surroundings. The Dr. Daly Days Health Fair will be held June 22nd, 2013 at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Named for Dr. Bernard Daly, an Irish immigrant who practiced medicine in Lakeview for 30 years, fair-goers can obtain valuable health information from several medical agencies. Fireworks displays will be held on July 4th at the Lake County Fairgrounds and in Christmas Valley.

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The Umpteenth Annual Festival of Free Flight will be held on July 4th - 6th. This three day event features hang gliders, parasailing, competitions, demonstrations and more. There are five launch sites and gliders come from all over the world to ride the awesome thermals. Come out and join the fun! Get the bug at the Mosquito Festival held in Paisley July 26th-28th. Come out and enjoy lots of rodeo events, arts and crafts, vendors and barbecue. The Lake County Chamber of Commerce will host four Road Scholar tours between May and October. The topic is "Bird's Eye View of the West." Please contact the Chamber for information. The Tour de Outback takes place August 3rd4th. This is two days of mountain bike and road bike touring all over Lake County. Proceeds will

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go toward finishing the cancer treatment facility at Lake District Hospital. The Lake County Fair & Roundup will be held August 30th - September 2nd at the lake County Fairgrounds. This years headliner is Craig Morgan who performs Saturday, August 31st. There will also be a rodeo, destruction derby, carnival and exhibits. So grab the kids and have some fun! The Lakeview Dragstrip will be hosting two money races this summer. The "Firecracker Bash" will be July 6th and 7th, and the "High Desert Challenge" will be August 17th and 18th. Each race has a $1000 purse. Please contact the Lake County Chamber of Commerce for more information at 541-947-6040.

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Klamath Falls Gems 2013 Home Schedule See for more details.


June 1 Medford Rogues* 6:35pm ➻Magnet Schedules for the first 1000 fans from Charter Communications! Sat June 8 Bellingham Bells 6:35pm Sun June 9 Bellingham Bells 5:05pm Mon June 10 Bellingham Bells 6:35pm Wed June 12 Walla Walla Sweets 6:35pm Thurs June 13 Walla Walla Sweets 6:35pm Fri June 14 Walla Walla Sweets 6:35pm ➻Seat Cushions for the first 400 fans from Fisher Nicholson! Mon June 24 Cowlitz Black Bears 6:35pm ➻Buster Posey Bobblehead Dolls for the first 250 fans (21 and over) from Kla-Mo-Ya Casino! Tues June 25 Cowlitz Black Bears 6:35pm Wed June 26 Cowlitz Black Bears 6:35pm Thurs June 27 Wenatchee AppleSox 6:35pm Fri June 28 Wenatchee AppleSox 6:35pm ➻Tote Bags for the first 750 fans from McDonald's! Sat June 29 Wenatchee AppleSox 6:35pm ➻Ball Giveaway Night for the first 500 kids from Main St Jewelers! Sun June 30 Medford Rogues 5:05pm ➻Rally Towels for the first 250 fans from Country Financial! Thurs July 4 Bend Elks 6:35pm ➻Baseball Mitt Keychains for the first 250 fans from Basin Mediactive! Mon July 8 Medford Rogues 6:35pm Tues July 9 Medford Rogues 6:35pm Wed July 10 Top Speed Baseball* 6:35pm Fri July 12 Central Oregon Bucks* 6:35pm ➻Baseball Keychains for the first 250 fans from the Herald and News! Sat July 13 Victoria HarbourCats 6:35pm Sun July 14 Victoria HarbourCats 5:05pm ➻Tater Growth Chart Posters for the first 500 kids from Lithia! Mon July 15 Victoria HarbourCats 6:35pm Wed July 17 Humboldt Crabs* 6:35pm Thurs July 18 Humboldt Crabs* 6:35pm Thurs July 25 Bend Elks 6:35pm Fri July 26 Bend Elks 6:35pm ➻Pictures and Autographs with Coach from Survivor! Sat August 3 Kitsap Blue Jackets 6:35pm Sun August 4 Kitsap Blue Jackets 5:05pm ➻Diamond Dig - first 250 ladies get shovels courtesy of Holliday Jewelry! Mon August 5 Kitsap Blue Jackets 6:35pm Fri August 9 Corvallis Knights 6:35pm ➻Bottle Opener Keychains for the first 250 fans from the Herald and News! Sat August 10 Corvallis Knights 6:35pm ➻Fireworks Show! First ever at Kiger Stadium! Sun August 11 Corvallis Knights 5:05pm *non-league game Sat



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Klamath Dog Fanciers For 50 years Klamath Dog Fanciers, Inc. has been dedicated to the betterment of the AKC purebred dog through education and annual conformation and obedience trials.

brought many dog show exhibitors and gave the community two great dog shows each May. In 1999 a third day was added to have the first Agility Trials ever held in Klamath Falls.

Founded in 1949, a small group of local dog owners were determined to raise money to hold an AKC dog show. Creative fund raising activities filled those early years. In 1951, the AKC (American Kennel Club) gave them permission to hold their first annual AKC All-Breed Dog Show in Klamath Falls. There were 315 entries.

The group holds monthly meetings and participates in many public education projects. They take their dogs to schools and to malls. They practice showmanship skills at Fun Matches. They make regular donations to community projects including the Klamath Humane Society building fund, the Salvation Army and 4H. They donate literature and books to the County Library. The club also supported the Responsible Dog Breeders Associations of Oregon when they needed assistance to fight against proposed legislation to limit dog ownership and breeding.

In 1975, club members organized the first AKC sanctioned "A" Dog Obedience Match in Klamath Falls. Upon successful completion of the match, AKC allowed the club to hold Obedience Trials with the AllBreed Show. During the 80s, AKC approved Clusters of Dog Shows, hosted by different clubs, in one location. The Klamath show became part of the Labor Day Cluster that rotated annually between various cities. The Cluster Show came here only every few years. Club members wanted a local show. This became a mission during the ’90s. Participation in the Cluster was discontinued and the annual show moved back to the Klamath County Fairgrounds. Later, the club made application to AKC to have "back-to-back’ Saturday and Sunday Obedience and All-Breed conformation shows. They were successful and these shows

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Kruise of Klamath 2013

The sight of classic cars traveling the streets of Klamath Falls can only mean one thing: the Kruise of Klamath weekend is here and it’s time to travel back in time to the era of the big fins, shiny chrome, and spending the evening cruising the downtown strip. The Kruise of Klamath is an annual event the last full weekend of June featuring cars that are from 1974 and older, and family oriented activities. This year it takes place June 28th - 30th.

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This year’s event will feature a Swap Meet at Veterans Park on Friday, followed by a Block Party Friday night, which includes a barbecue dinner, a showing of a classic car movie, and the annual Sock Hop featuring the Hot Rods Band. Saturday the Show ‘N’ Shine will be at Moore Park, and the Kruise will take place on Main St in the evening. Sunday will feature a breakfast and a Poker Run. Registration forms, as well as additional information on all events are available at or by calling 541892-3403.

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Schedule of Events: Friday, June 28th • Swap Meet, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Veterans Memorial Park • Registration and packet pick-up, 10:00 am to 5:30 pm, Veterans Memorial Park • Cops and Robbers Game, 2 to 6 pm, Veterans Memorial Park, benefitting Reserve Officers • Block Party at Ross Ragland Theater. 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm., featuring a BBQ, classic car movie, and Sock Hop featuring the Hot Rods Band. Saturday, June 29th • Show ‘N’ Shine, Moore Park on Lakeshore Drive, open to the public at 10 am, awards at 2:30 pm • Closed Cruise, 7:00 to 10:00 pm, downtown Klamath Falls

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Let’s Get Klamath County Healthy!

You must give your body all the raw materials it requires to maintain and rebuild itself. Raw materials are so vital to your health, but can be very hard to find. Centuries of mining, farming, irrigation, and acid rain have eroded life-giving minerals from our soil. These mineral-deficient soils are then used to grow and cultivate our food. Because of this, our food is lacking in essential minerals. In fact, Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND has stated, “One sentence has killed more people than all the wars in American history... ‘You get all the nutrition you need from the four food groups.’” Dr. Wallach was a veterinarian for 30 years, working as a research veterinary pathologist. He identified a link between cystic fibrosis in monkeys and a nutritional deficiency. He then taught nutrition and studied to become a Naturopathic doctor at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Oregon. Taking from his background in veterinary medicine in which animal products are kept affordable by preventing and curing diseases with nutritional formulas, he started incorpo-

rating similar nutritional formulas for people. In 1997 Dr. Wallach and Dr. Ma Lan, MD, MS founded American Longevity, now know as Youngevity, to sell these nutritional formulas to the public. They are passionate about the benefits of good nutrition and promoting vibrant health. All Youngevity® products are designed with this principle in mind. Our products are packed with the finest plant derived minerals available. When you go shopping, there are always generic brands and imitations vying for your attention. But when it comes to your health, do not accept any imitations. There are no quick fixes, no silver bullets, and no Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND shortcuts. Founder, Youngevity


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Klamath Yacht Club Racing

The Klamath Yacht Club was formed in 1947 with For more information regarding the Yacht Club and membership please see the website at www. the purpose of promoting sailing and boating on Upper Klamath Lake. Members teach classes in the spring, including racing rules, boating safety, junior sailing and learning to sail. They also host a variety of social activities for members and weekly races throughout the summer sailing season. The Klamath Yacht Club hosts three major race events each year, which are open to members and visiting members of recognized yacht clubs. Races generally have around thirty-five entries and feature five classes of sailboats. The Half-Klam & Overnight June 15 & 16, 2013 This is a two part race from Klamath Yacht Club to Rocky Point Resort and back. It is a distance of approximately 24 miles, with an overnight layover at Harriman Springs Resort. Participants may either camp overnight, or rent a cabin at Rocky Point Resort. The return trip takes place the morning of the second day. Trans-Klam June 22, 2013 This is one of the longer fresh water races in the northwest. It is approximately 39 miles, covering most of Klamath Lake, offering breathtaking scenery. Expect varied wind, weather and water conditions. This race is open to keelboats only and uses PHRF handicap. On the same schedule and course is the Trans-Klam Multihull Enduro, which will be scored using Portsmouth handicaps. Firecracker Regatta July 6 & 7, 2013 These races will be scored using PHRF for keelboats & Portsmouth for multihulls. Free camping and showers are available at Klamath Yacht Club. There will be a barbecue Saturday evening.

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Beautiful Retirement Options Available in Klamath Falls

As people age, they may need to revise their living arrangements. Some older adults may need help with home upkeep, certain services, more transportation, or may want more social amenities. Senior independent or assisted living facilities offer a range of options to suit the needs of individuals. There are a variety of housing facilities available, from apartment complexes for those wanting a compact living area, to freestanding houses. Many services are usually offered, including meal service, housekeeping, activity programs, medical and nursing assistance. Facilities may offer changing levels of care, depending on the current needs of residents. There are many factors to consider when looking for an independent living facility. Is it someplace you feel comfortable, and would you like to know the residents and staff better? Is the size and location desirable? Is is accessible inside and out, and is your potential housing unit adaptable? Does the facility of-

fer the services and activities that are important to you and your particular situation? Quail Park at Crystal Terrace is simply the best in senior lifestyle communities. We are majestically located on Crystal Ridge overlooking Klamath Lake, we provide the finest in an enriching retirement lifestyle. Our beautiful community offers an enthusiastic and engaging Life Enhancement program supporting a wealth of desirable independent and assisting living services and amenities. We offer all day signature dining, bus transportation, movie theatre, heated pool, spa, gym, concierge personal services, greenhouse, rose Garden, card/game room, we have a total of 87 homes, 20 cottages, 30 retirement, and 37 assisted living. We offer respite care as well. We are located above sky lakes medical center and O.I.T. Quail Park overlooks Klamath Lake and has beautiful views of Mt. Shasta, and Mt. McLaughlin.

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2013 Swing Into Summer Golf Tournament

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Join the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce for the 2013 Swing into Summer Golf Tournament on Friday, June 28, 2013 at Reames Golf and Country Club. Golfers of all abilities are welcome. Register early to ensure a place. Door prizes, prizes for gross and net flight, mulligan packages and a few special nuances on the course make the tournament fun for everyone involved. Registration begins at 11:00 am. The tournament begins at Noon with a shotgun start. Registration includes golf, cart, gifts, on-course snacks, drink tickets, and awards. Sign up as a single or a team. Cost for individual golfers is $87.50; teams are $350. In addition to awards, Chamber members have also donated raffle prizes as well as give-away items for participants. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Anyone wanting information on sponsorship or the tournament is encouraged to call the Chamber at 541-884-5193.


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The Children’s Museum Offers Learning Opportunities

MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to provide a fun, interactive environment for children and families to explore and discover the ever changing world around them. Through the arts, sciences and humanities, we hope to stimulate the creative potential within us all. HISTORY It all began in 1998 with a group of community parents who had been to children's museums in other cities and had seen first-hand what an interactive museum offers to the communities they serve. Volunteers of the museum traveled to schools and numerous community events offering hands-on activities in the arts and sciences. Through the years we learned, it's not always about the product (in our case obtaining a building) but that the "process" is equally as important and as much a part of fulfilling the mission in the end result. December 2001, we were graciously donated a dental building to house the future "Children's Museum of Klamath Falls". This donation was worth well over $245,000 and provided our organization with 7,000 square feet of operating space. Grants from Jeld-Wen, The Collins Founda-

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tion, KMSB, and The Nancy Wendt Foundation sent us on our way. Local businesses, professionals, and volunteers helped transform 24 patient rooms into an open aired three level building in which to house our exciting hands on exhibits. Volunteers from the community gave countless hours, days, evenings and even the sacred weekend to help us with our mission. July 4th 2008 The Children's Museum held it's Grand Opening for the children and families of Southern Oregon. The Children's Museum operations plan is based on income from several sources: general admissions, memberships, facility rentals, workshops, summer camp, museum store, special events and many fundraisers. In-Kind contributions of materials and volunteer services will also provide future project support. We hope to continue to provide: • A place for area youth to congregate, take on responsibility, exchange ideas and be contributing members of the community. • A place with accessible year-round exhibits for kids, families, and tourists visiting our community. • A fun and educational experience for special events, award ceremonies, field trips, baby showers, birthday parties and private building rentals. The Children's Museum is offering a low cost Summer Camp for kids in the community. This isn't your ordinary camp. Our campers will go home with the thrill of exploration in their hearts. The outcome of the camp will be threefold 1) Kids get to explore 2) High School Seniors, Key Clubs, Civic Groups etc. have a great opportunity to contribute as camp volunteers and help with the kids in our camp program, while at the same time completing their requirements towards their school project and or organization. 3) Guardians who need that break, be it a medical appointment, office/school work, or just some quiet time called respite, can sign their child up for one or several camps a week. Cost of camp is $10 for the first child, $2 off for current members. Call 541-885-2995 for more information. The Children's Museum will be celebrating its 5 year anniversary July 4th, 2013. Come celebrate with us, and if you haven't been to explore, now is a great time to check us out! Please check out the website for more information about the variety of activites and events offered by the Children’s Museum. WWW.CMKF.ORG.

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A Weekend of Wacky Mobile Art The ninth annual Klamath Kinetic Challenge will again be held in conjunction with the Klamath Kruise, June 28th - 30th. The course will undergo some slight modification this year, so watch the website for details! Saturday will take you from Veterans Park to Moore Park, the sand pit and then KOA. Sunday will start at KOA, head to Moore Park, on the water, then to Veterans Park, the Mud Pit and more water! If you’ve had your head in the sand the last eight years you may not know what a Kinetic Sculpture Race is. Kinetic Sculptures are homemade, human powered vehicles able to travel (hopefully) over land, sand, muck, rocks, and oh yeah, water. They carry one, two, four or more people. The race is to see if these fantastic creations are able to negotiate the course. Awards are given for engineering/construction, art, speed, and many other frivolous achievements such ad dominating the Mud Pit. The Race is really a Festival put on for the fun of all involved, including spectators. Anyone can get involved and build a Sculpture for the race. Sculptures came from all over for previous events. in 2008 five local teams entered, and in 2007 there were six. We’re hoping even more adventurous, ingenious people from Klamath Falls, and elsewhere, will enter sculptures in the future. Race festivities are best enjoyed by those directly involved. Workshops are held every once in a while to assist you with the pesky details of building a Sculpture of your own. Check our website at www.klamathkinetic. org for upcoming workshops and contacts who can help with information. Volunteers are always needed. Planning is already underway, and you can have a positive impact. Vol-

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unteers are highly appreciated by the racers and “bribes” are readily given. You really don’t want to miss this event! Again, check our website for whom to contact. Participants probably have the most fun, as they are intimately involved in the Sculptures, but spectators have a great time watching the spectacle as well. The Race begins on Saturday at Veteran’s Park. The course takes the Sculptures down Klamath Avenue to Main Street, beginning in earnest there. Then up the steep climb of KAGO Hill, continuing down the “Gravel Boulevard” to Moore Park where they will cross the Sand Pit, then the racers will follow city streets to the KOA. Sunday the racers will begin at the KOA and take a street route back to Moore Park and will enter Klamath Lake at the Marina, come back out and head down the Link River Trail, then back to Veteran’s Park and the Mud Pit and then go for another swim. There are several great locations for viewing the Racers along the route, with many spectators choosing to follow along on foot or bike, or driving to different locations to see how their favorite Sculpture does in the different obstacles. Dinner will be available for purchase in Veteran’s Park Sunday evening, where awards will be given and entertainment will happen. Join the fun! You’ll be glad you did.

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Klamath County Run for Kids Half Marathon and 5K Run/Walk In a tough economy everyone is trying to do more with less. That’s why mentoring is a smart investment. For very little cost, mentoring saves young people from getting into the criminal justice system and drugs, two things that cost a taxpayer big money. Support mentoring while enjoying a challenging, scenic run in Klamath Falls, Oregon at the same time! Citizens for Safe Schools, a 501c3 non-profit, is hosting the Klamath County Run for Kids Half Marathon and 5K Run/Walk. The run is July 21, 2013 at the Steen Sports Park in Klamath Falls at 8:00 am. The 13.1 half marathon and 3.2 mile (5K) road race will raise money to expand mentoring and character education in Southern Oregon. The course is a tough-minded runner’s dream; hilly and scenic. Race amenities will be top-notch and the feeling you get from not only accomplishing your goal, but helping young people will be immeasurable! For more information on the race or about becoming a mentor, contact Citizens for Safe Schools at (541)882-3198.

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Summer Meals for Children Provided by the YMCA of Klamath Falls

The YMCA of Klamath Falls is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Acceptance and participation for the food program and all accompanying activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.

The Summer Food Service Program will serve free lunch to all children ages 1-18 years of age from Monday, June 17, through Friday, August 30 from noon-1pm, Mon-Fri, with the exception of thursday, July 4th at the following locations: • YMCA of Klamath Falls, 1221 S. Alameda Ave, Klamath Falls, OR • Fairhaven School/Church, 5400 Hwy 66, Klamath Falls, OR • YMCA of Klamath Falls - Lakeview Site, 618 S. F St., Lakeview, OR Parents are welcome to purchase meals at the food sites for $1.50 after all meals have been distributed to children. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil rights, 1400 Independence Ave SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free 866-632-9992. TDD users can contact USDA through local relay or the Federal relay at 800-877-8339 (TDD) of 866-377-8642 (relay voice users.) USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Lava Beds National Monument: A Great Excursion for the Whole Family!

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Before entering any cave, check the visitor center for information on specific caves and for general safety information. It is generally advised that each person carry a light source, wear protective clothing, sturdy shoes and head gear, carry an extra jacket, go with a friend, tell someone where you are going and when you will be back, don’t change your plans, and stay near your car. Most caves are open to the public to visit on their own. However, Crystal Ice Cave and Fern Cave require reservations for guided tours due to their sensitive environments. Some caves require crawling to negotiate parts of the passageway, so bring a pair of gloves and take safety precautions.

The volcanic turmoil which produced the raw materials for the surface land forms which you see in Lava Beds National Monument also left a vast array of lava tubes below ground. There are over 435 known lava tubes within the monument. A few lava tubes display evidence of having “blown their tops” from accumulated gas pressures during their formation. In most cases the entrances which permit discovery and exploration are the result of collapse a short time after the tubes were formed. Formation of the lava tubes was the result of very hot fluid lava issuing from cracks of fissures on the moderate slopes of the Medicine Lake Volcano. As the lava flowed it began to cool and solidify on the top and sides. The conforming crust insulated the molten lava as it continued to flow. When the eruption ceased, the remaining lava drained away, leaving lava tubes. The surfaces collapsed

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Gillam’s Camp. The Petroglyph area is also something not to be missed. Remember to bring your own water, because there are no streams or ponds in the park. Rattlesnakes inhabit the park, so caution is recommended. Park headquarters for the Lava Beds is 30 miles from Tulelake, California and 58 miles from Klamath Falls, Oregon. Watch for signs on California 139, 5 miles south of Tulelake and 26 miles north of Canby. In the summer park rangers lead daily walks and cave trips and conduct campfire programs. Food, lodging, gasoline, oil and auto repairs are available in Tulelake and Klamath Falls. Near the visitor center a 40 unit campground with sites suitable for tents, campers, and small trailers is open all year. There are no hookups. Water is available during the summer. From September 15 to May 15 water is available at the visitor center. For visitor information call 530-667-2282 ext 232. REMEMBER!! Lava tube caves are irreplaceable treasures. Lava formations will not grow back once broken. Please do not break, deface, remove, or otherwise vandalize any cave formations (lava, ice, etc.) in any way. Lets save it for future generations to come!

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Celebrate Independence Day at the Klamath 4th of July Jamboree The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce and its 4th of July Event Committee is excited to announce the theme of this year’s 4th of July Jamboree and Parade - 4th on the Farm, honoring our area's agriculture community. This year’s event is presented by Coldwell Banker Holman Premier Realty. This a fun family, community-oriented event focused on honoring freedom, democracy and patriotism. The Chamber is now accepting applications for parade entries. The application can be found online at, or by calling (541)884-5193. This year’s event will feature the Second Annual Firecracker Mile at 4:45pm, just before the parade and celebration in Veteran’s Park. The race, sponsored be the Joann Burns Memorial Scholarship Fund, starts at the intersection of Spring and Main Streets, continues down Main St, and finishes at Veterans Park. See The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce's website events section for information on pre-registration and t-shirts. The parade follows the same course, beginning at 5pm. Immediately following the parade, a community celebration will kick off in Veteran’s Park. The celebration will include a community barbecue, games/activities, and entertainment. Local band Nephilim will be playing on the stage sponsored by Diamond Home Improve-

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2013 Summer Fun Run and Festival, July 19 - 21th, 2013

The Rip City Riders are a group of motorcycle enthusiasts who want to help their community and show that the sometimes negative perception of motorcycle riders is not accurate. They hold an annual fundraiser, and have raised more than $30,000 to donate to non-profit organizations benefitting children.

The 6th Annual Summer Fun Run & Festival will be held at the Klamath County Fairgrounds and will raise funds and awareness for Southern Oregon Youth Sports Connection. Each year this event brings hundreds of bikers and rally enthusiasts from Oregon and surrounding states. It is the largest rally in Southern Oregon. Attractions include the Spectacle of Bikes Parade, Poker Run, Bike Games, contests, tattoo artists, live bands, a bike show, an auction, door prizes, raffles, and vendors galore! After-party festivities are distributed at the event.


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This year’s event kicks off Friday, July 19, with at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. There will be live music both Friday and Saturday. The Fryed Bothers Band will play Saturday evening, bringing their energentic brand of American roots music to the Klamath Basin. Saturday morning’s “Spectacle of Bike” will begin the day’s Poker Run. The parade offers the opportunity for spectators to get a good look at the show-quality bikes the participants bring to town. The Poker Run takes the riders through many scenic areas of Klamath County. Back at the Fairgrounds there are ­­lots of festivities including contests, vendors, a beer garden, auctions, live music, and activities for all ages. The festival continues through Sunday at 2pm. The public is encouraged to come out to this event, enjoy the sunshine and activities and see what the Rip City Riders are all about. For more information visit

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Crater Lake Facts Crater Lake National Park protects the deepest lake in the United States. Fed by rain and snow (but no rivers or streams) the lake is considered to be the cleanest large body of water in the world. The water is exceptional for its clarity and intense blue color. The lake rests inside a caldera formed approximately 7,700 years ago when a 12,000-foot-tall (3,600 meter) volcano collapsed following a major eruption. The eruption may have been the largest in North America in the past 640,000 years. Later eruptions formed Wizard Island, a cinder cone near the southwest shore. Today, old-growth forests and open meadows blanket the volcano’s outer slopes, harboring a variety of plants and animals, including several rare species. The area is central to the cultural traditions of local American Indian tribes, and the park provides unique opportunities for scientific study and public enjoyment.

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• Park established: 1902 • Size: 183,000 acres (74,060 hectares) • Visitors per year: about 500,000 • Lake depth: 1,943 feet (592 meters) • Lake width: 4.5 to 6 miles (7 to 10 km) • Last time the lake froze over: 1949 Elevations above sea level… • Park Headquarters: 6,450 feet (1,966 meters) • Rim Village: 7,100 feet (2,165 meters) • Lake surface: 6,173 feet ( 1,882 meters)

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10th Annual Ride for the Child Cycling Event. CASA is holding its 10 th Annual Ride for the Child Cycling Event, (formerly known as Ride Through Paradise,) on Saturday, July 27, 2013, in beautiful Klamath County, Oregon. This a great ride that has attracted cyclists from around the State of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, as far away as Nevada. The event features 4 courses: 13-mile, 30-mile, 62-mile, and 100-mile. All courses are well-supported and wind through beautiful rustic countryside along seldom-traveled roads. The rides will have a staggered start, beginning with the longest, and the shortest beginning last. “This ride is the best kept secret in Southern Oregon.” - 2007 CASA Cyclist CASA’s Ride Includes: • Four routes for every level of cyclist • Well-marked courses • Well-supported rest stops • Sag wagon • Gorgeous scenery along country roads • Friendly people • Post-ride hot lunch (included in registration fee for 30, 62 & 100 mile cyclists, $10 per person for observers, 13-milers & family members)

Your ride makes a difference for foster children! All proceeds benefit CASA, a non-profit program that trains Court Appointed Special Advocates for foster children. Thank you for setting a pledge goal of $100. Sample pledge letters are included in the registration form. The ride begins at Mazama High School, 3009 Summers Ln, Klamath Falls, Oregon. For more information please contact CASA at 541-885-6017. For online registration go to Route descriptions and maps are also available online. We look forward to seeing you at the Ride!

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Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake was known to local Native Americans, but remained undiscovered to white explorers until 1853. Three prospectors came across it that year, but it wasn’t until Captain Clarence Dutton of the U.S. Geological Survey explored it that much was known about Crater Lake. In 1902 Crater Lake became Oregon’s only National Park. It is also the deepest lake in the United States at 1,943 feet and seventh deepest in the world. Formed by the eruption of Mt. Mazama 7,700 years ago, the lake is supplied only by rain and snow melt. With its 2,000 foot cliffs on the inside of the caldera, and deep blue lake, this park is a must see! The park is located 62 miles Northwest of Klamath Falls. Take Hwy 97 to Chiloquin and then Hwy 62 to the park. Crater Lake is open year round, but access is limited during the winter to the south entrance. Many activities are available at the park. In the summer there are 90 miles of hiking trails, including a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail, boat tours to Wizard Island, and exploring the park, discovering its wildlife and plant life. In the winter the trails become cross country ski routes, and snowshoeing is popular. Interpretive talks are also given by park rangers. It is possible to stay overnight in the park. If you want to camp in the park’s backcountry permits are required. Contact the park for information. The Crater Lake Lodge is an elegant option for accomodations. The lodge is on the National Register of Historic Places, and rehabilitation was completed in 1994. There are also campgrounds and a motel at Mazama Village. In 1905, a first time visitor to Crater Lake described the nature experience in words that are as perfect

today as they were then: “…No other place in the world permits the eye to behold 20 square miles of placid blue water in which the mirrored walls vie with the original slopes in brilliance. Man’s mind turns weakly to the beginning of the world and he realizes how short his time is on earth. But short as it is, it should include a visit to this indescribable and wonderful region.” Phone: 541-594-2211

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Klamath Restoration Celebration Held each year on the fourth weekend in August. This annual event marks the anniversary of the Restoration of the Klamath Tribes, which includes; the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin Bands of the Snake Indians. In 1954 the Klamath Tribes were terminated. But after many years of struggling, hard work and determination, the Tribes regained federal recognition by an act of Congress. With restoration in 1986 the Tribes began to develop a full scope of programs which provide necessary services to Tribal members and the community. Today the Tribes operate with a budget of over $12 million annually, with over 30 different departments and services offered. They now celebrate their Restoration each year by hosting a huge celebration. In 2013 the 27th annual celebration will take place August 23rd - 25th and will have: Fun Run/Walk, Competition Powwow, Parade, Arts and Crafts, Youth Rodeo, Vendors and much more! Everyone is invited to attend! For more information call 1-800-524-9787 ext. 147

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Moore Park

One of the jewels in the City of Klamath Falls's park system, Moore Park features soccer fields, tennis courts, open play areas, large picnic areas with barbecue pits, day camp area, extensive trails, rest rooms, concession building, maintenance buildings, caretaker's residence, parking areas, and more - including the Gingerbread House which was restored by the Friends of Moore Park. This park receives major use from the community, especially for large events such as company picnics, soccer games, scouting events, and other special events. The access road to the north has been closed permanently to automobiles, and is utilized as trails.

to view native wildlife without having to travel too far. Some bird species that can be observed in the area include bald eagles, Clark’s grebes, snowy egrets, green herons, Barrow’s goldeneyes, hooded mergansers, and tree swallows. In the spring many varieties of warblers are present. And many other water birds stop over during the migration seasons. Then it is possible to see common loons, horned and eared grebes, canvasbacks, redheads, ring-necked ducks, buffleheads, and ring-billed and California gulls.

The nature trails and upper roads offer good views of Upper Klamath Lake and the Crater Moore Park is located at the south end of Upper Lake Rim. They are an excellent area to walk for exercise while enjoying the beautiful unimproved Klamath Lake, off Lakeshore Drive, and is near areas of the park. Wear good walking shoes and Putnam's Point Park and the north access to the Link River Trail. It is an excellent area for visitors bring water. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

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Ohana Momma’s Presents

3rd Annual Anniversary Luau Come enjoy the treasures of Hawaiian culture at our annual Anniversary Luau, which will take place on the first Saturday in August at Veterans Park. You will enjoy an authentic Hawaiian meal, specially prepared by kama aina - native Hawaiians. Entertainment will abound, including headliner Bruddah Sonny Kanahele, bringing you comedy, music and fire dancing. Also performing will be Ohana Momma’s “Hula Chicks”, and local Bruddah Robert Terrel who will be performing and offering custom caricatures. There’s no better way to enjoy summer than our special luau! Great fun and memories will be shared by all. But space is limited, so make your reservations today at Ohana Momma’s, in beautiful downtown Klamath Falls. Tickets are $25 per person. Discounts for couples, families & children. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the Oloha Club of OIT and The Klamath Falls Young Life Organization. See you there!

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Craig Morgan Will Headline 2013 Concert at Lake County Roundup

Country music fans will rejoice to learn that singer Craig Morgan was recently announced as the headlining act for the 2013 Lake County Round-Up concert. A native of Kingston Springs, Tennessee, Morgan’s career commenced with his first album with Atlantic Records, the self-titled Craig Morgan, in 2000. Three singles off that initial effort included “Something to Write Home About,” which hit number 39 on the Billboard charts. In 2011, Morgan signed with Black River Entertainment. To his credit, Morgan supplied guest vocals on Colt Ford’s “She Likes to Ride in Trucks.” His first release for Black River is “This Ole Boy,” that also appeared on Joe Nichol’s 2011 album “It’s All Good.” Not so coincidentally, “This Ole Boy” is also the title track to his album of the same name, released in February. The title track was a bonafide Top 20 hit on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, followed by two more singles, “Corn Star” and “More Trucks Than

Cars.” Known for his charitable work and performances at U.S. military bases stateside as well as abroad, Morgan received the USO Merit Award in 2006 for his ongoing efforts and support. As he himself is a veteran of the U.S. Army, Morgan cites his experience as a prime memory in continuing to support the men and women serving in the armed forces. Additional musical highlights for Morgan included 2003’s “I Love It,” and 2005’s “My Kind of Livin’,” followed by 2006’s “Little Bit of Life.” For more information, visit By Ryan Bonham, Lake County Examiner Country singer Craig Morgan

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4th Annual Klamath Freedom Celebration The 4th Annual Klamath Freedom Celebration will be a series of events honoring all active and nonactive Military, Police, and Fire men and women who have served the country, their communities and families, who share the sacrifice with them. The American Gathering Motorcycle Rally will be held August 2-4, 2013 in Klamath Falls. There will be several veteran related activities throughout the area. This year's Cost of Freedom Rodeo will be on September 7, 2013 at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. The rodeo honors all those KIA since Vietnam. It will feature live music, mutton busting, a wild horse race, barrel racing, and ranch bronc riding. There will also be vendors and fireworks. An Oktoberfest event is scheduled for September 28, 2013 at Veterans Park. Music and fun are always included in the Klamath Freedom Celebration activities. Visit for more information.

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P.R.C.A. Rodeo Joins the Klamath County Fair at the Event Center for the 19th Year!

The Klamath Falls Great Northwest PRCA Rodeo is back for its nineteenth year. America’s finest rodeo athletes, both cowboys and cowgirls, will again converge at the Klamath County Fair inside the Hancock Event Center on August 9th & 10th to compete for over $30,000 in prize money. The Klamath Falls Great Northwest PRCA Rodeo

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is sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. In 2012 the Association sanctioned 700 rodeos in 46 states and four Canadian provinces. The PRCA represents the highest level of rodeo competition. Klamath Basin rodeo fans can expect to see the world’s best cowboys. World Champions like Trevor Brazile, Bobby Mote, Josh Peek and Brenda Mays are just a few of many world champion cowboys and cowgirls who have competed at, and won their individual event at the Klamath Falls Great Northwest Pro Rodeo. Hall of Fame World Champion Bullfighter Rob Smets will be announcing our Great Northwest PRCA Rodeo this year. Hall of Fame PRCA Stock Contractor Dan Russell Western Rodeos will be bringing their world championship NFR and PBR bound bucking bulls and broncs to the Klamath Basin this August 9th & 10th. These great bucking bulls and broncs have been on the road since the NFR competing at top rodeos in Houston and San Antonio, TX. Friday night is "Wounded Warriors Night", honoring those that have sacrificed on our behalf. Saturday

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night is “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” night. We will auction off a custom made pair of Pink Chaps to be donated to a local Breast Cancer Charity. Both Friday and Saturday night we will feature Trick Riding at Halftime with the DareDevil Sweethearts. sometimes referred to as gymnastics on horseback, these ladies are among the best trick riders in the business! Their daring display of horsemanship is done with speed, talent, excitement and personality of professional entertainers. Collectively they have over 45 years of experience as performers and have ridden in 8 countries and over half the United States.

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Crater Lake Rim Runs

The 38th Annual Crater Lake Rim Runs and Marathon will be held in Crater Lake National Park on August 10th, 2013. Runs distances are 6.7 miles, 13 miles and the Marathon. There is also a 6.7 mile walk. All courses are along the spectacular rim of Crater Lake at altitudes ranging from 5,980 to 7,850 feet above sea level. The rugged mountains are challenging, but the breathtaking views are worth it. The number of entries is limited to a combined total of 500 on a first come, first served basis. There are age restrictions on the various races. For the 6.7 mile run or walk participants must be at least 10 years old. For the 13 mile, runners must be 16 years old. And marathon runners must be at least 18 years old. Registration closes August 1st. For entry instructions please visit Male and female overall event winners will be presented with engraved tankards. Plaques will be awarded to age group winners, ribbons to fifth place, for both male and female in each run. Age groups are:

12 and under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and above. All finishers will receive a commemorative medal and shirt. Buses will provide transportation to the start line and back from finish lines. Loading area for those staying in the Mazama Motor Motel or Campground will be in the Mazama Village parking area. Loading area for those driving in on race day or those staying at the lodge will be in the Rim Village parking area. Aid stations will be located approximately every 2 miles after mile 3. Electrolytes, water and sponges will be available. Watermelon, pop and bagels will be available at the finish areas. There will be a medical tent at Cleetwood Cove, which is the finish of the 6.7 mile event. There will also be a medical team trailing the runs, and emergency medical and communications will be available at each aid station. The weather is usually in the 50s at the start of the race and low to mid 70s around 1:00pm, but runners should be prepared for extremes. Lows have been in the 30s and highs in the 90s. The course is paved roads except for the last four miles of the marathon, which is dirt/pumice cinders. Traffic is limited or monitored. All three courses have long grades with altitude loss and gains nearing 1000 feet at a time over distances nearing five miles. So lace up your running shoes and get ready for the challenge of your life! Please visit the website for additional information.

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Ewauna Rowing Club The Ewauna Rowing Club was founded in 1970 and has been rowing on the 2200 meter long Lake Ewauna ever since. The Rural Henley Regatta is the rowing club’s annual event, and takes place in July. Loosely based on the Royal Henley regatta, The Regatta is held annually in July and consists of fully Albano buoyed, 6-lane, 1000m qualifiers for a two lane, head-to-head final over the Henley (1 1/3 mile) distance. We often have equipment available for guest rowers to use, and frequently have seats in composite boats available as well, making our regatta very user-friendly for singles, novice rowers or small crews that may not have enough people to fill a boat! The 1000m qualifiers utilize a standard Master's format, although competition is open to all ages. Juniors are handicapped inside the "AA" age group. If, for example, there are four age groups racing in the 1000m men's 1x event, the two best handicapped times are invited to compete for the 1 1/3 mile distance. A 48 year old could be racing against a 23 year old in the Henley event with the handicap applied as a staggered start. Mixed boat events do not have a Henley final (1000m race only). Medals are awarded for the 1000m events; the Henley is the grand final in each category and boat trophies are awarded for success in this race. We are working on corporate sponsorship of trophies and beef steaks will be awarded to winners of the Henley events, making these official 'steak' races. The club encourages competition, and competes in regattas held by rowing clubs throughout the area, but also welcomes members who prefer to row for enjoyment. Rowing is a non-impact aerobic exercise emphasizing teamwork and technique. It is an activity that can be learned at any fitness level or age. Ewauna Rowing Club offers Learn to Row sessions for anyone interested. Please visit their website at for more information.

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Klamath Falls Farmers Market Making it Social, Shopping Local

The Klamath Falls Farmers Market was established in 2000, and has been an Oregon Non-Profit Corporation since 2002. Our 501c3 was awarded in 2004. This will be our 14th year of operation, growing and learning every season. This is also our 2nd full year to be in 9th street, instead of the parking lot. The move has really made for a wonderful, more "event/fair" type of atmosphere, also providing for an improved parking situation. We have expanded from 32 vendor spaces to 44, with a dedicated Kids Activity Booth, and a larger, more appropriately located Entertainment booth, with ideas for a sitting/eating area. In addition to our regular vendor spaces, we provide 2 booths for local area charities and other non-profit organizations. More of the changes over the last few years include acquiring a wireless EBT machine and token system for accepting food stamps, along with being one of the few local outfits that is designated for folks to use their Senior & WIC Farm Direct Nutrition Program vouchers. Staring in 2010, the program saw $1500 in EBT food stamps used, approximately $3000 in 2011 and $6000 last season - a wonderful success, providing benefit to both our low income customers, our seniors enrolled in USDA Farm Direct Nutrition

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Program and producers alike. Working with ODA and USDA on improving these programs is really important to us as an organization. Our "Kids Program" has grown into an anticipated activity for many families. Thanks to Susan Smith, we're able to provide a different creative project for every child to participate in every week. Projects are agriculture related, educational and fun. The program keeps learning and growing right along with the young people who join in. New relationships and becoming a more active participant in the larger Klamath Basin Community is a huge goal for the Market as an organization. We see "Community" as the primary and most important aspect of our mission. This encompasses our agriculture, health, education, culture and economy just to name a few aspects, but communication, cooperations, sharing resources and knowledge, and a supportive public make it all come together. Looking at our agriculture and produce vendors, it has always been a challenge to expand, find and recruit existing local producers or encourage new producers. We continue to take up that challenge, as do our current producers, who are expanding from 1 booth to 2 or 3 booths, and this works too! We're excited and proud to be able to offer a wider variety and quantity of local, quality agriculture and produce. We hope to have fully 50% of our space filled with local food of one sort or another, including produce, baked goods, canned and pickled products, and ready-to-eat food vendors. Our season has effectively already begun, with the first big vendor sign-up meeting having been held on March 27th. We will also have regular monthly organizational meetings on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 6pm in the Community Meeting Rood, 133 N 4th St. Everyone is welcome at these meetings. community input and involvement is encouraging. Committed volunteers are always needed, also. Volunteers make it happen! The Klamath Falls Farmers Market contact information: 541-273-1102 6800 S. 6th St., Klamath Falls, OR 97603.

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Celebrating Our 14th Year of Operation! Some of Our Vendors: Belweather Farm Blackwood’s Naturals Ediblearth Farms Mountain Valley Garden Fresh Green Organic Aerie Acres Flyting T Ranch Whole Life Gardens Horsley Farms A&B Farm

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The Klamath Basin Sunrise Rotary Club will host its 14th Annual Brats, Brews and Blues Fest The Klamath Falls Sunrise Rotary Club will host the 14th annual Brats, Blues, and Brews event on Saturday, August 10th, 2-7pm at the Klamath Yacht Club.. This day offers patrons an afternoon and evening of listening to an array of top-notch music.Enjoy a full bratwurst dinner, and sample microbrews from local breweries. This is our major fundraising event, and the vast majority of the funds are directed toward Camp Evergreen, a bereavement camp for youth who have suffered the loss of a loved one. We believe strongly in the benefits this camp brings to young people. Many of our members volunteer to assist the counselors with daily chores, and the success stories they witness are truly heartwarming. Camp Evergreen is attended by children, age 8 - 17, who have been referred by


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school administrators, counselors and church leaders. There is no cost to the children and their families or care-givers. The Klamath Falls Sunrise Rotary Club has donated over $30,000 over the last ten years to this worthy cause. Camp Evergreen, under the umbrella of Klamath Hospice, relies on Sunrise Rotary to fulfill its mission to help kids deal with their loss. Here is how you can help us: Platinum - $1000 delivers your name on all pre- and post-production ads, your name on the event banner, eight tickets and eight “shout-outs” during the event, including owner recognition, as well as a signed photo by our volunteers. Gold - $750 entitles you to six tickets and six “shoutouts” during the event, recognition in a post-production ad, as well as display of your company-provided banner, and a signed photo of our volunteers. Silver - $500 comes with four tickets and four verbal recognitions during the event, in addition to displaying your company banner, and receiving a signed photo of our volunteers. Bronze - $250 brings two tickets and two stage announcements and a photo signed by our volunteers. You can also help greatly with the pre-purchase of tickets at $100 for five. Tickets entitle the holder to dinner and six samples of microbrewed beer!

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Klamath County Museums The Klamath County Museum system includes several muse-

ums that can provide a fun and educational diversion for all ages to enjoy. Whether you are interested in anthropology, history, geology or wildlife, there is something for everyone. Baldwin Hotel Museum Built in 1906 to lodge the anticipated travelers arriving by train from San Francisco who came to experience the outdoors and see Crater Lake. Guides set the mood as they narrate a living history of Klamath Falls. Exhibits are so real you expect the guest to return any minute. You will enjoy original furnishings and an enchanting trip down memory lane. Listed on the State and National Historic Registers. Klamath County Museum Spend an hour or all day browsing through Klamath’s history. Birds displayed in natural habitat, Native American artifacts and dioramas, relics from Pioneer days and wagon roads each tell a story of the region’s heritage. Early Native American treaties and the Modoc War of 1872-73 set the stage for a trip to the site to better understand this phase in American history. From the museum, you can develop your personal itinerary of sightseeing or enjoying a multiple of recreational choices. Fort Klamath Museum and Park On the road to Crater Lake, stop by the first frontier military post in the region which was established here in 1863. The guardhouse (museum) exhibits fort relics, pictures and has a small gift shop. Picnic under the pines and let your imagination paint a picture of the past. The gravesites of Captain Jack, Modoc Chief, and three warriors are a short distance from the museum. The Little Red Post Office was moved to the grounds in 1998 to preserve the postal history of the Klamath Indian Agency. During summer months, the Living History Association of Oregon stages reenactments in period clothing. Ask about dates. The Museum also hosts frequent educational programs for the public to enjoy. Some of the upcoming summer events include: June 23 - Downton Tea A tea served in the style of the popular Masterpiece Theater miniseries will be offered at 1pm, and again at 3pm at the Baldwin Hotel Museum. Tickets are $20. Proceeds benefit the Baldwin Hotel Museum. Sept 7 - Fort Klamath 150 Sesquicentennial The culmination of the summer-long celebration of the sesquicentennial of the establishment of the Fort Klamath frontier military post.

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Crater Lake Century Ride The Crater Lake Century Ride is a 100 mile ride that will take place August 17, 2013. The Ride began in 2005 and is a fundraiser for the Klamath Lake County Food Bank and the Klamath County Museums. Since 2005 the Ride has donated over $43,000. There are two rides available to participants. The Century Ride is 100 miles long, and the Metric Century is 62 miles long. Both rides (this is not a race) are rated extremely difficult by the Bicycle Ride Directors Association of America. Riders will begin their trek at the Fort Klamath Museum on the Crater Lake Highway (Hwy 62) at an elevation of 4,000 feet, and will enjoy the first 35 miles along the valley floor of the Wood River Valley with breathtaking views of the surrounding Cascade Mountains and old growth forests. They will then climb 3,000 feet to the Crater Lake Rim. Once they reach the Rim, Century Riders will continue another along another 30 miles of peaks and

valleys of Rim Drive. Then riders will enjoy the ride back down to the Wood River Valley and will end the ride with 8 miles of flat roads back to the Fort Klamath Museum. The Metric Century ride will start at the Fort Klamath Museum also, but will begin to ascend to the Rim of Crater Lake after 8 miles. Riders will turn around on the Crater Lake Rim at the Phantom Ship Overlook, and after a well-deserved break, will descend back down to the Wood River Valley and the Fort Klamath Museum. Riders are required to wear helmets, and are advised to bring water, tube, patch kit, tire levers, pump, spare tire and dress in layers. For more details and registration information see the website at There are 300 maximum spots for riders, 275 for the Century and 25 for the Metric Century. Spots fill quickly, so don't wait!

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