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What's happening this week and coming up in Wilsonville and surrounding areas?

Wednesday, Sept. 11

PLANNING — Wilsonville Planning Commission meets at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 29799 Town Center Loop E. Agenda items include discussion of the Equitable Housing Strategic Plan and Clackamas County Housing Needs Analysis. The public is welcome.

MURDOCH TALKS — Free presentation about the corrolation between the Ice Age floods and the Oregon Trail, which followed the same paths in many spots in Oregon. 7-8 p.m., Museum of the Oregon Territory, 211 Tumwater Dr., Oregon City.

Thursday, Sept. 12

COLUMBUS DAY STORM — Historian Sig Unander's presentation on the impacts of the 1962 Columbus Day storm on the Pacific Northwest will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Wilsonville Library, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road. Free.

Sunday, Sept. 15

WHO'S ON THIRD? — Joni Harms and the Harms Way Band perform in a free community concert at 3-4:30 p.m., Woodburn United Methodist Church, 700 N. Cascade Drive, Woodburn. Harms has earned several Academy of Western Music awards.

Monday, Sept. 16

CITY COUNCIL — Wilsonville City Council meets for a work session after a 5 p.m. executive session, then at 7 p.m. for a general meeting. The public is welcome at all except the executive session. Find the agenda at www.ci.wilsonville.or.us; City Hall, 29799 Town Center Loop E.

Thursday, Sept. 19

HOWL-A-WEEN — Dress up your dog and bring it down to Memorial Park Dog Park for a costume contest. Dress to match, if you like. Entry is $5 preregistered, $8 day of event; 5-7 p.m.

TOWN HALL — Rep. Courtney Neron will hold a town hall meeting for residents to shre concerns, ask questions and talk about issues they'd like prioritize in the next Legislative session. Wilsonville Library, 8200 SW Wilsonville Rd., 6-7 p.m.

UPCOMING

THEATER — Portland native Lauren Steele performs a one-woman show, "Queens Girl in the World," at Clackamas Repertory Theatre through Sept. 29. A coming-of-age story about a young black girl in the 1960s, it follows Jacqueline Marie Butler as she moves to a new school in Greenwich Village, where she is one of only four black students, and race suddenly matters. Tickets may be purchased at www.clackamasrep.org or by calling 503-594-6047.

COFFEE CREEK — The Coffee Creek Correctional Facility Prison Advisory Committee (PAC) will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, in the Oak Room of the Wilsonville Library. Agenda items include departmental updates by the superintendent and executive management team.

The purpose of the PAC is to serve as a citizen advisory group to the facility regarding correctional issues, activities and practices affecting the community. The PAC also serves as a conduit for information disseminated to and received from the public. At the conclusion of the meeting there will be a public comment period. Coffee Creek houses all incarcerated women in Oregon and maintains numerous programs without taxpayer funds, offering many volunteer and donation opportunities for members of the community.

Programs include assistance dog training, organic gardening, eyeglass manufacture, sewing, quilting and many others. Send questions to Shelley Clayton, Public Information Officer, 503-570-6405, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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