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September 2019

PARK(ing) Day

September 20 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Come on down to SW 2nd Street and Adams on Friday, September 20th between 10am and 3pm for Outdoor Rx with The Confluence partners. PARK(ing) Day offers opportunities for conversation, games, picnicking together, creating art, and relaxing and encourages people to re-envision how we use our public spaces. The Corvallis event coincides with similar events all around the world. “We are doing this to demonstrate how interesting placemaking can happen by converting just a few spaces for one day,” explains organizer Jay Thatcher. “When a place we used to drive mindlessly past starts grabbing our interest, relationships develop with the place and the people there.…

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Art on the Farm

September 21 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Bald Hill Farm

Join us for a near-equinox afternoon of art at Bald Hill Farm In the Autumn-esque midday light—paint, photograph, craft, or draw pastoral scenes of rolling hills, oak groves, barns, cows, and critters. Be inspired by the muse that is Bald Hill Farm. Pick your medium and bring your lunch! No experience necessary! Bring your own materials for this no-instruction event where we'll make art simply for our own delight. What a magical time to be inspired by the landscape at Bald Hill Farm, as the light shifts from summer to fall. This gathering is hosted by Greenbelt Volunteer Naturalist, Miriam Edell

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October 2019

Members Happy Hour: Bald Hill Farm

October 3 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  Calling all Greenbelt members! Join us at the Farmhouse at Bald Hill Farm for a happy hour and pot-luck picnic October 3rd from 4-7pm. We’ll provide the beer from Sky High Brewing and you can test out our new horseshoe pits. Feel free to bring a dish to share and a blanket or game for the lawn! This is an opportunity to mix and mingle with your fellow members in our backyard. Space is limited for this free event. Register today! This is part of a quarterly series of ‘Members-Only’ outings … just one of the many incentives to become and renew your membership.…

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The Great Willamette River Clean Up

October 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Join Greenbelt Land Trust and Marys River Watershed Council to help clean up important habitat, terrestrial and water recreation area (Marys River confluence in downtown Corvallis). Please bring your own water bottle and wear appropriate clothing including closed-toed shoes. Gloves, litter grabbers, tools, etc. will be provided. Follow this link to register After the clean up, join other volunteers from Corvallis and Albany at Big River Restaurant & Bar at 101 NW Jackson Ave for a volunteer celebration, free beverage, and raffle from 1-3PM. Follow this link for more information about The Great Willamette River Clean Up or email blythe@greenbeltlandtrust.org.

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Writing Workshop with Oregon Poet Laureate, Kim Stafford

October 10 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Bald Hill Farm

Greenbelt is delighted to host a writing workshop led by the profoundly gifted Kim Stafford, Oregon's Poet Laureate. Poetry is in Stafford's DNA as his father, William Stafford, served as Oregon's Poet Laureate from 1974 to 1989. Stafford's works are deep, curious, holistic and serve to transport the reader into soothing reflection and recognition for the meaning of place, nature, and life. This is a not-to-miss workshop! Excellent for readers, writers, and nature lovers. Join us for an engaging workshop which will include instruction, writing outdoors, and group reading. This event will fill quickly, so be sure to reserve your place in advance! Each attendee…

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Fall Conservation Book Club Gathering

October 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

We're diving into the The Future of Nature by Barry Lopez for our Fall Conservation Book Club! We hope you will join us in reading this important book and sharing ideas, concerns, insights and wonders during our gathering on October 17th. "The western mindset is arguably one of the greatest threats to the world’s ecological balance. Corporatism and globalization are two of the obvious villains here, but what part does human nature play in the problem? Since its inception in 1982, Orion magazine has been a forum for looking beyond the effects of ecological crises to their root causes in human culture. Less an anthology than…

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