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Actions to take to prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses

The CDC and OHA, along with local health departments, are closely monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. 

There are everyday actions people can take to prevent the spread of many respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19 and influenza - take a look at what you can do.

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City Council and Lake Oswego School District Board Joint Meeting

Representatives of the City Council, Lake Oswego School Board, City staff and LOSD staff have been meeting as a task force to evaluate the potential of a partnership between the City and LOSD to build and operate a combined Recreation and Aquatic Center.

On March 16, the discussion will continue.

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FAN/Forest Hills Coordinating Committee Meeting

The FANFH Coordinating Committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Please note the temporary location change to the New Thought Center for Spiritual Living.  1040 C Avenue in the Fireside Room

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Luscher Farm CSA Talk

Interested in a summer full of fabulous local veggies & flowers? Join us on Tuesday, April 28 at 7pm to learn more about the Luscher Farm CSA, meet Farmer Laura, and go home with a little (fresh) gift!

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Golf Course Planning Discussion

Golfers and the public are invited to a Lake Oswego Public Golf Course Planning Discussion on March 5, 2020 at 6 p.m. at the Lake Oswego Maintenance Center. A presentation and discussion will include facts about the course, similar courses and projects, what improvements can be made and what the best golf course use is for the municipal course.

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Cutting Gardens, Planning, Planting, Cutting, Part I

Learn how to create beauty in your garden and bring it indoors.  In the first class in this series you’ll learn when, where and what to plant.  Planting lists and ideas provided. A second class later in the season covers how to harvest your blooms and arrange them like an expert.

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Arbor Week - Worm Bin Magic

Vermiculture rules! Investigate worms and make worm bins. Magically turn food scraps into nourishing compost for trees and other plants! Everyone will take away some rich compost and a baby tree to plant at home. All ages welcome.

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Kids in the Kitchen- Handmade Bagles and Garden Spreads and Jams

Hands-on fun in the kitchen! Learn important cooking skills while preparing a healthy meal using produce from the Children’s Garden. Allow creativity to mesh with culinary techniques for exciting results!

Ages 6-15        Content           LUSCH

Res $32/Non-Res $48

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Rocks, Fossils and Geology Camp

Dig for fossils, examine rocks and minerals, make a plaster cast of a fossil, create crystals and learn about landslides and volcanoes. Please wear layered clothing for classroom and outdoor weather.

Ages 5-12 welcome

Res $176/Non-Res $220

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force Meeting
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