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This week, the Canby Herald staff talks Big Night Out, Parson's building, tasty wine and more

The Canby Big Night Out Street Dance and the Big Weekend as a whole were the starting point for the 26th episode of the Canby Vibe podcast.

Editor John Baker, Assistant Editor Kristen Wohlers, Reporter Carol Rosen, and Sports Sheik Derek Wiley were all on hand to talk about some of the things going on in Canby, or potentially going on. But, the show started with a reminder that Big Weekend, and all that encompasses Friday and Saturday, has a lot of fun to offer.

Rosen offered a few thoughts about what's happening with the old Parson's Pharmacy building, as well as her conversation with the new owner about her dream business landing in Canby. There are things happening with the building and potential for more to come, which the staff discussed a bit.

Kristen offered up her thoughts on a tasty wine she encountered at a Trader Joe's in California and engaged with Carol on wine topics ranging from best region to the highs and lows of Pinot Noir wines in Oregon and California (with a little Washington thrown in there).

PMG PHOTO: DEREK WILEY - The Canby Football team practiced in full pads this week. The season kicks off with a jamboree in Canby on Friday, Aug. 30 at 6 p.m., followed by the team's first game at home on Friday, Sept. 6.

From there, the staff meandered through some other topics, chief among them the start of the fall high school sports season. Wiley disclosed that the fall season is his favorite season and said he's looking forward to seeing how things shake out. Competition actually starts at the end of next week, so fall sports season is here…almost.

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