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HERMISTON — A program specifically for children up to 48 months old is offered weekly at the Hermiston Public Library.

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HERMISTON — A group of Democrats that were meeting monthly in Hermiston have canceled upcoming gatherings.

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PENDLETON — Graduating seniors from select area schools and those currently attending Blue Mountain Community College are invited to submit an entry for the scholarship essay program presented…

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PENDLETON — Due to weather conditions, the Betty Feves Memorial Gallery is postponing the reception for Marie Noorani’s “How it Looks on Paper.”

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PENDLETON — The upcoming Eastern Oregon Forum presents Our Music featuring J.D. Kindle and Friends.

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The focal point of the Oregon East Symphony’s Winter Chamber Music Festival is the world premiere of a new work by composer/artist Raven Chacon.

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WESTON — According to library director Kathleen Schmidtgall, the Weston Public Library has slightly changed its hours. The library is open:

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HERMISTON — With the recent winter conditions, The Arc Umatilla County postponed its annual valentine event.

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HERMISTON — Unique Hair Salon is hosting the “Love is in the Air” vendor event Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The salon is located at 245 E. Main St., Hermiston.

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PENDLETON — The Blue Mountain Community College Board of Education is seeking to fill a Pendleton vacancy on its Budget Committee.

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PENDLETON — Locals needing a break from the winter blahs are invited to visit Grace Baptist Church Feb. 15-18 as Monte Leavell brings "Loving God, Loving One Another" to Pendleton.

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HERMISTON — Locals looking for a great dinner and a Mardi Gras vibe are invited to join the Knights of Columbus for their annual Pig Out dinner and dance Saturday, Feb. 23 beginning at 6 p.m. …

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An exhibit exploring the “allure of the unassuming” opens Thursday in the East Oregonian Gallery at the Pendleton Center for the Arts, 214 N. Main St. The public is invited to a free opening r…

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BOARDMAN — As part of a free admission Saturday event, the Oregon Trail Library District is taking over the SAGE Center, 101 Olson Road, and providing activities for all ages from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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MILTON-FREEWATER — The First Christian Church will host its annual Heart to Heart candlelight dinner Saturday, Feb. 16 in the church’s fellowship hall, 518 S. Main St.,.

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HERMISTON — Victory Baptist Church is hosting its monthly Hymn Sing Sunday from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at 193 E.Main St., Hermiston.

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PENDLETON — A Valentine-themed open house is planned by the Cay-Uma-Wa Toastmasters to encourage locals to stop by and find out about the public speaking and leadership organization.

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PENDLETON — The Umatilla/Morrow Chapter of the Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA) invites forestland owners from the two counties to join them Wednesday, Feb. 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. …

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DAYTON, Wash. — Women’s clothing from the Dayton Historic Depot and Boldman House collections are on display during “Making an Impression: Daily Wear in Dayton, 1890-1989.”

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The Northeast Oregon Home Builders Association is offering a pair of $1,500 scholarships to help educate and train individuals in a field related to the building industry.

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HERMISTON — The Hermiston Education Foundation will award eight scholarships of $2,500 each to 2019 Hermiston High School seniors.

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IRRIGON — Morrow County planning commissioners and staff have held three work sessions over the past four months to gather information about how renewable energy facilities are sited.

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HERMISTON — A new novel by New York Times bestselling author Kristina McMorris is the topic of the upcoming Bookminders, the Hermiston Public Library book club.

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SALEM — People who know civilians or fire service personnel that provide outstanding work in fire prevention or public fire safety education are encouraged to submit their names for an award.

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PORTLAND — Oregon students in first through eighth grades are invited to design a poster that represents the importance of acceptance and diversity in our neighborhoods.

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PENDLETON — Mary Davis will share about a recent experience in Southeast Asia during the upcoming American Association of University Women meeting.

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PENDLETON — The public is invited to learn a dance style that has roots in folk traditions, including English country dance and Appalachian dancing.

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PENDLETON — Area people interested in local history, aviation or the military might consider volunteering some of their time at the Pendleton Air Museum.