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Volunteer as a driver at adult community center

The West Linn Adult Community Center is looking for a volunteer bus driver with a current CDL driver’s license to drive its 18-passenger bus that takes members on daytime trips several times a month.

At times it involves just a few hours, while other trips last most of the day. The community center has several drivers that it rotates through, so it is not a significant time commitment.

Anyone interested in this volunteer position should contact the West Linn Adult Community Center at 503-557-4704.

Concerts are slated

The Clackamas Community Band will perform two concerts at Hammerle Park this summer, on June 26 and July 24, both at 7 p.m.

A One Hundred Years of Music concert will also take place Aug. 16 at Hammerle Park. Attendees are encouraged to dress in a 1913-style costume or in the period of their high school era.

Hammerle Park is located on Highway 43 (Willamette Drive) at Lewis Street.

Robinwood Station celebrates anniversary with concert

A lineup of string music talent will perform at the Robinwood Station Second Anniversary Celebration on June 22.

The Bobbin’ Robin Club is presenting the concert.

From 5 to 6 p.m., Mariano DeOrbegoso and Toshi Onizuka will play an hour of Latin jazz and pop hits in Latin style.

From 6 to 7 p.m., Joe McMurrrian will return to the Bobbin’ Robin Club at Robinwood Station with his improvisational jazz inflected take on traditional Americana and pre-war blues.

From 7 to 9 p.m., the Kung Pao Chickens will play Gypsy jazz, swinging the sounds of pre-war Paris.

The Robinwood Neighborhood Association will be providing free soft drinks and pizza for the audience.

For more information, visit robinwoodstation.org or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sing up for Old Time Fair parade

The West Linn Old Time Fair Parade is coming up on July 20. This year, parade participants have three ways to register:

1) Download an application from the city of West Linn’s website and mail it to the address indicated on the application.

2) Register online by going to docs.google.com/forms/d/1tkEyarSR0rIFnSu2dMfx4iotdcoC3Kh1Ee9egLV3gaI/viewform?pli=1.

3) Register on the day of the parade (participants are strongly encouraged to pre-register in advance).

Those who choose to register online will receive an emailed copy of the registration form prior to the day of the parade; however, print out each page of the form for your records.

For more information, call Angela Pernisco at 503-807-2146 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Movies in the Park selected

The city of West Linn offers free movies on Friday evenings throughout the city in July and August. Movies will start at dusk and families are welcomed into the parks to enjoy picnics, popcorn and movies.

This event is professionally planned and managed by the West Linn Parks and Recreation Department.

Movies are democratically selected using online polling. This year’s winning movies are:

• July 5, Robinwood Park, 3600 Fairview Way: “Hotel Transylvania” (PG)

• July 12, Hammerle Park, 1505 Lewis St.: “50 First Dates” (PG13)

• July 26, Midhill Park, 18505 Upper Midhill Drive: “The Lorax” (PG)

• Aug. 2, Marylhurst Heights Park, 1800 Valley View Drive:

“The Neverending Story” (PG)

• Aug. 9, Willamette Park, 1100 12th St.: “Thunderstruck” (PG)

• Aug. 23, Tanner Creek Park, 3456 Parker Road: “Men in Black 3” (PG13)