What's happening in and around Wilsonville this week and coming up? Plays, concerts and movies in the park, and more

PHOTO BY CRAIG MITCHELLDYER - Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents the offbeat comedy Tigers Be Still through Oct. 1, here with Annie Rimmer and Heather Ovalle.. Thursday, Sept. 7

CITY COUNCIL — Wilsonville City Council work session and meeting at City Hall, 29799 S.W. Town Center Loop E. Both work session, at 5 p.m. and meeting, 7 p.m. are open to the public and agendas

can be found at

Saturday, Sept. 9

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS — Learn how to prepare yourself and family for natural and manmade disasters at the Wilsonville Community Emergency Preparedness Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 29350 S.W. Town Center Loop E. Put on by the City of Wilsonville and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Wilsonville, the fair will offer survival demonstrations and resources from organizations, including TVF&R and the American Red Cross. Free lunch also provided.

BANK NOTES — Come listen to The Whiskey Darlings, a folk-based duo, at Wilsonville Library at 2 p.m. The show is free; 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road.

STUDENT DEBT — American Association of University Women Lake Oswego Branch presents Robyn Jones, MBA, Director of Enrollment at Marylhurst University, discussing "Deeper in Debt - Women and Student Loans" at 10 a.m., 398 10th Street, Lake Oswego. Jones addresses the issue of student debt and its impact on students after college and what is being done to mitigate the burden. This event is free and open to the public.

Monday, Sept. 11

KINSMAN ROAD EXTENSION — The City of Wilsonville is hosting an open house to showcase the draft streetscape design concepts for Boones Ferry Road between S.W. 5th Street and S.W. Bailey Street as part of the 5th to Kinsman Road Extension Project from 5:30-7 p.m. at City Hall, 29799 SW Town Center Loop E.

DRB PANEL A — The Development Review Board Panel A meets the second Monday of each month at Wilsonville City Hall, 9799 SW Town Center Loop E. Agendas and packets are available to download at

Tuesday, Sept. 12

PINTS FROM THE PAST — Come hear about the black pioneers who helped found Oregon, some brought here as slaves, in a presentation by Gwen Carr. Lake Theater & Cafe, 106 N. State St., Lake Oswego; doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 13

PLANNING COMMISSION — The Planning Commission meets the second Wednesday of each month at Wilsonville City Hall, 9799 SW Town Center Loop E. Agendas and packets will be made available to download at

Thursday, Sept. 14

BOOK CLUB — Join the book club in a discussion of "The Dovekeepers" by Alice Hoffman; the book is a fictionalized account of the seige of Masada in the Judean desert and the few who survive. Wilsonville Library, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road, 6 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 16

CURIOUSITY CAFE — Celebrate Mexico's Independence Day with this fascinating talk about the Mexican Air Force unit that fought alongside U.S. military forces in WWII by Sig Unander. Wilsonville Library, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road,

1 p.m.

VILLAGE FAIRE — Historic Newell Pioneer Village presents its annual Village Faire & Public Meeting from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. A chance for visitors to exchange ideas and enjoy live music and artisans such as a blacksmith, spinner and soapmaker. There will be opportunities to try pioneer activities such as candle-making, washing laundry or visiting the school. Willamette Valley Model T Club will also be on hand and hearty homemade soups will be available for purchase. Event is free; 8089 Champoeg Road NE, St. Paul.

GENEAOLOGY CLUB — Discover new genealogical resources and tools, discuss personal research and goals, and learn from experienced genealogists at monthly meetings. Open to seasoned genealogists and beginners at the Wilsonville Library, 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

SALSA PARTY — Listen to salsa music, eat salsa and enjoy a variety of vendors at Clackamas Community College's Salsa Party, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 19600 Molalla Ave. Vendors are currently being sought and can include artisans, public agencies and retailers. For more information call Michelle Baker at 503-594-3041.


SMALL FARMS — Clackamas Community College's horticulture department offers "Small Farms Schools," Sept. 21, a hands-on course for rural landowners covering topics such as business, marketing, crops, soil and water. Register at

GET CRABBIN' — Support the Clackamas Community College's wrestling program and plan on attending its annual crab feed and fundraiser Sept. 23. It's an all-you-can-eat affair, with appetizers, auction and social hour. Go to to find out more.



Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents the offbeat comedy "Tigers Be Still" through Oct. 1. It follows the misadventures of a young woman adrift after earning her master's degree and living at home, back in

her old room. The show is presented at the Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave. Find out more at

BIBLE STUDY — Registration is now open for a community Bible study for women, held at Community of Hope Church. Annual fee is $50 with scholarships available. For more information contact Krista, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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