Big Bird's Best Buddy

Big Bird's Best Buddy

LO's Michael Goldberg finds big prize on 'Sesame Street' Michael Goldberg is about as upbeat a...

What's in your picnic basket?

What's in your picnic basket?

Gravlax will be perfect picnic fare With the passing of Memorial Day we enter a new season....

New approach to better health care

New approach to better health care

Entrepreneur makes access to lab tests easier, less costly When Lake Oswego resident Adel...

King-Hammond to talk art at PCC

King-Hammond to talk art at PCC

Lecture series highlights important women from visual arts field Portland Community College...

Historic Home Tour set for Saturday

Historic Home Tour set for Saturday

Tickets are still available for this annual event Oswego Heritage Council will hold its annual...

Music in the Masud style

Music in the Masud style

Community is most important to talented Lake Oswego guitarist Life is good for Masud Tahmassbi...

Food finds in every booth at farmers market

Food finds in every booth at farmers market

Oh, man — are we in for some fun! The Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market will open May 16 at...

19th annual Tualatin River Bird Festival set for May 16

19th annual Tualatin River Bird Festival set for May 16

The Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge will hold its 19th annual Tualatin River...

Inviting Vines features Kinzy Faire

Inviting Vines features Kinzy Faire

Estacada garden is rarely open to the public The Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Collection...

Peregrine Lit series continues

Peregrine Lit series continues

As a continuation of the Peregrine Literary Series and in honor of Elder Americans Month, Joseph...

3 Lego Torso to perform at Lake Theater

3 Lego Torso to perform at Lake Theater

The Lake Theater & Café holds a special place in the heart of 3 Leg Torso’s violinist and...

'Buffy! A Parody Play' at Funhouse in June

'Buffy! A Parody Play' at Funhouse in June

Funhouse Lounge this May and June will present its second scripted show, “Buffy! A Parody...

Mix It Up opens doors

Mix It Up opens doors

Store offers eco-friendly, Fair Trade products for home and garden Soy candles, laser-engraved...

'Real Life' comes to Happy Trails

'Real Life' comes to Happy Trails

Ambitious new program aims at helping people with disabilities Happy Trails Riding Center of...

Seeds planted to get you gardening

Seeds planted to get you gardening

Lake Grove Garden Club's 90th annual sale offers quality plants at great prices Green thumbs...

Meet your Cheese Buddy

Meet your Cheese Buddy

Ron Bronleewe at Lamb's Nature's Choice Market knows cheeses Do you have a Cheese Buddy? You...


Lake Oswego's Community

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Members of the Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Garden dedicated a plaque in the honor of Guntis Turks at the Baltic Border of the garden. Linda Beutler, curator of Rogerson Clematis Garden presented the plaque to Leslie Turks. The Turks are longtime members of Rogerson Clematis Garden.
May 28, 2015

Plaque at Baltic Border unveiled

by The Review, Tidings
The Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Garden recently dedicated a plaque in the Baltic Border at the garden at Luscher Farm, acknowledging the support of member Leslie Turks over the years. The…
SUBMITTED PHOTO:  - Be a VIP Partner of the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center.
May 28, 2015

Become a VIP Partner of LOACC

by Maria Bigelow
We love what we do at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center: providing programs for wellness, from physical to emotional; and offering support groups and human services for our loved ones as…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - An open house is planned for June 5 at the West Linn Adult Community Center. All are invited to come and learn about the programs offered at the center.
May 28, 2015

See what WLACC has to offer

by Doug Dickston
All invited to open house on June 5 So you’ve lived in West Linn for years. You’ve driven by the West Linn Adult Community Center often, but you’ve never stopped in for fear the adults inside…
SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Bring the family for a picnic and campfire at Luscher Farm June 12.
May 28, 2015

Get out and enjoy a camp fire and a picnic at Luscher Farm

by Jan Wirtz
In continuation of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation’s Living Well in LO campaign, all are invited to Get Outdoors by participating in these two unique programs, as well as other events to help you…
May 28, 2015

Day doing nothing ends up productive

by Norma Heyser
Today at 7:30 a.m., while tearing the warm bedsheets off the bed, I tell myself, this is a good day to do nothing. Instead, I find myself on the way downstairs heading toward the Whirlpool that…
SUBMITTED PHOTOS:  - The Women Who Brunch fashion show was held May 2 at Twigs Bistro in Bridgeport Village. The event was a benefit for Women of Meridian Park.
May 28, 2015

WOMP benefit deemed 'fashionable success'

by The Review, Tidings
The third Ladies Who Brunch Fashion for Charity, a fundraiser for Women of Meridian Park, was held May 2 at Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar in Bridgeport Village. The event raised more than $6,100,…
May 28, 2015

What's Happening

by The Review, Tidings
THURSDAY, MAY 28 WE TOASTED TOASTMASTERS CLUB — Noon, Waggener Edstrom Communications, 3 Centerpointe Drive, fifth floor. Email erikb@waggeneredstrom.com or visit wetoasted.toastmastersclub.org.…
May 28, 2015

Right Brain Initiative receives increased funding

by Regional Arts & Culture Council
The Right Brain Initiative, the arts integration program of the Regional Arts & Culture Council, has received its largest-ever grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The NEA will…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: RED MOUNTAIN AVA/DUVAL IMAGES  - Washingtons Red Mountain AVA is known for producing big reds. All 4,040 acres of Red Mountain AVA lie on a dry, sunny, southwestern-facing slope.
May 21, 2015

More wines to sample, more AVAs to visit

by Barb Randall
Memorial Day kicks off wine-tasting season Grant me one more week to write about wine, friends; there is just too much great news to share. Memorial Day weekend traditionally kicks off the…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Orlando and Phyllis Rodriguezs son, Greg, was killed in the terrorist attacks on New York Citys Twin Towers on 9/11. Their story of transformation from anger and revenge to forgiveness has been documented in the film In Our Sons Name to be shown June 1 at Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in West Linn.
May 21, 2015

See impactful screening of 'In Our Son's Name'

by Barb Randall
Documentaries and Discussion series continues at EPC Emmanuel Presbyterian Church’s Documentaries and Discussions group will present a screening of “In Our Son’s Name” at 7 p.m. June 1. “It…

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Radishes were in abundance at the market.
May 21, 2015

Let the market begin!

by Barb Randall
Lake Oswego's Farmer's Market opens Lake Oswego’s Farmers Market was the place to be Saturday morning. The more than 80 vendors at the market offered a wide variety of produce, meats, fish,…
May 21, 2015

Can't recall a more responsible recall

by Jennie Oakleaf Anderson
I know it is not uncommon for merchandise to be recalled. Cars with defective parts, meats or produce that are contaminated, drugs that cause problems with patients. Fortunately, I have never…
SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Members of Oswego Garden Club members are dedicated to enhancing civic beauty and aiding programs for the protection and appreciation of native flora. They also spend time each month learning more about botany. This picture was taken at a recent educational session.
May 21, 2015

Effect of OGC's green thumbs evident in community

by The Review, Tidings
The members of Oswego Garden Club have added the touch of their green thumbs on stewardship programs in various gardens, promoting natural beauty and supporting those in need. Organized in 1941,…
May 21, 2015

Community Briefs

by The Review, Tidings
Sign up for food preservation classes Oregon State University Extension Service is offering food preservation classes this summer. The classes are staffed by experienced volunteers who provide…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Wellness and fitness classes of all types are offered at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center.
May 21, 2015

Whole-body wellness is the focus at LOACC

by Maria Bigelow
Your epidermis is showing! Did anyone you know play that trick on friends in junior high before they learned that epidermis is your skin? We thought we were so funny! But as we physically aged…
May 21, 2015

What's Happening

by The Review, Tidings
THURSDAY, MAY 21 LAKEWOOD CENTER ASSOCIATES — 10:30 a.m.; Community Room, Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State St., Lake Oswego. Guest speaker is Bonnie Meltzer, crochet artist. Cost is…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Nia music-and-movement class is just one of many held at the West Linn Adult Community Center.
May 21, 2015

Celebrate National Senior Health and Fitness Day

by Tiffany Carlson
More than 1,000 organizations in all 50 states will be celebrating the 22nd annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 27. As a fitness trainer and instructor for the past…
May 21, 2015

Friends of Doernbecher award research grants

by The Review, Tidings
Oswego chapter hosting benefit tonight Friends of Doernbecher recently donated $175,000 to the Friends Grant program, which supports Doernbecher Children’s Hospital (DCH) faculty and staff with…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Luscher Farms Community Supported Agriculture shares are still available. Sign up today.
May 21, 2015

Get a CSA share at Luscher Farm

by Jan Wirtz
Get healthy! Summer weather is here, just in time to ripen a beautiful basket of produce from Luscher Farm — sweet corn, tomatoes, sweet baby carrots, curly garlic scapes, sugar snap peas and…
Runners head out at the start of the 5K race.
May 14, 2015

Running for charities around the lake

by The Review, Tidings
39th annual Lake Run deemed a success by organizers, participants The morning of the 39th annual Lake Run dawned perfect — no rain, in fact the temperature was perfect for running. According to…




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