Fall swim in full swing
Fall programs began Sept. 20 at the Molalla Aquatic Center, with lap swim times and water fitness classes. Go online (MolallaAquaticCenter.com) for the full schedule and to make reservations.
Be a part of haunted house
Creatures of the Night, the group organizing the haunted house at the Clackamas County Scare Fair this year, continues to seek volunteers to participate in acting, tech, design, makeup and more. Visit the website creatureshaunt.com.volunteer to sign up and find out more.
The haunted experience, titled "Harbinger of Souls," will run at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds from 7-10 p.m. weekends Oct. 1-31; tckets are $25 each.
For more information, visit creatureshaunt.com, clackamascountyfair.com/scare-fair/, facebook.com/CreaturesHaunt, Instagram.com/creatureshaunt, or creatureshaunt.com/volunteer.
Groups host Molalla River Cleanup
The 28th annual fall Molalla River Cleanup & Enhancement will take place beginning at 9 a.m. Oct. 2 at Feyrer Park. Those interested should bring gloves, water and a snack, and wear sturdy shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. Volunteers will disperse to the Molalla River Corridor and other public access areas for river cleanup and trail work.
Return to Feyrer Park for a volunteer appreciation barbecue in the afternoon (if COVID restrictions allow).
This project is supported by SOLVE, Johnson Controls, Molalla River Watch Inc., Clackamas County Dumpstoppers, Bureau of Land Management, Molalla Communications Co., Starbucks at Molalla Safeway, and Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District.
Drazan to speak at chamber lunch
The Canby Area Chamber of Commerce is holding its monthly luncheon from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Antonia Ballroom above Backstop Bar & Grill. Rep. Christine Drazan is the featured guest speaker.
RSVP online at www.canbyareachamber.com or by contacting the chamber office directly at 503-266-4600.
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