Calendar

Calendar of Slide Shows & Booksignings

February 16, Saturday 4pm. KLAMATH FALLS, slide show on "Oregon's Best Bird Trips" for the Winter Wings Festival at the OIT College Union. Open to the public. Information and reservations at www.winterwingsfest.org.

March 8, Friday, 7pm, SALEM, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" for the Salem Chemeketans outdoor club in Room 303 at Broadway Commons, 1300 Broadway NE, just north of Market. Open to the public. Free.

March 12, Tuesday, 2pm. EUGENE, slide show on "Oregon's Greatest Natural Disasters" for the Birds & Ntural History Group at the Lakeridge of Eugene Retirement Center, 3355 N. Delta Hwy. Members and guests only.

March 14, Thursday, 6:30pm. CORVALLIS, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the downtown Corvallis library. Sponsored by the Sierra Club. Open to the public. Free.

March 19, Tuesday, 7pm. EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at Wildcraft Cider, 232 Lincoln Street. Co-sponsored by REI. Open to the public. Free.

April 10, 2019, Wednesday, 7pm, PORTLAND, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the Mazama Mountaineering Center, SE 43rd and Stark. Open to the public. Free.

April 11, Thursday, 7pm. PORTLAND, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" for Multnomah Athletic Club. Members and guests only.

April 18, 2019, Thursday, 9am-11am, EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes in Oregon" at the Campbell Senior Center for the BOGS (Birds of Oregon & General Science) group. Open to the public. Free.

April 18, Thursday, 7pm. CORVALLIS, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" for the Corvallis Audubon Society at the Chintinimi Senior Center. 2601 NW Tyler Avenue. Open to the public. Free.

April 23, Tuesday, 6:30pm, WEST LINN, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the West Linn Public Library. Open to the public. Free.

April 24, Wednesday, 6pm, SALEM/KEIZER, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the REI store near the I-5 exit for Keizer, just north of Salem. Open to the public. Free.

April 25, Thursday, 4pm, CANNON BEACH, slide show on "Folk Heroes of the Northwest" at the Cannon Beach History Center on Sunset near Hwy 101. Open to the public. Free.

May 7, Tuesday, 7pm, EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the REI store at 3rd and Lawrence. Open to the public. Free.

May 8, Wednesday, 7:30pm, BEND, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at Pine Mountain Sports, 255 SW Century Drive. Open to the public. Free. Reservations recommended at 541-385-8080.

May 9, Thursday, 7pm. SISTERS, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the Sisters Community Hall, 301 South Elm Street. Co-sponsored by the Sisters Trails Alliance and Paulina Springs Books. Open to the public. Free.

May 10, Friday, 6:30pm, BEND, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the Gear Fix, 550 SW Industrial Way. Open to the public. Free.

May 11, Saturday, 5:30pm, BEND, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the Bend REI store. Happy hour included! Open to the public. Free.

May 16, Thursday, 6pm, EUGENE, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the downtown Eugene Public Library. Open to the public. Free.

May 18, Saturday, 5pm, SUNRIVER, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at Sunriver Books & Music. Wine and door prizes! Open to the public. Free.

May 19, Sunday, 9am-5pm. SPRINGFIELD, booksigning at the Mt. Pisgah Arboretum's Wildflower Festival. Open to the public. An admission fee is requested for the festival.

July 4-6, Friday-Saturday, 11am-, 7pm. EUGENE, booksigning at the Oregon Authors Table of the Art & the Vineyard Festival in Alton Baker Park on the Willamette River across from downtown Eugene. Open to the public. An admission fee is required for the festival.

July 7, Sunday, 11am, SPRINGFIELD, slide show on "New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades" at the Wilani Campfire conference room at 380 Q Street. Open to the public. Free.

July 24-28, Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-, 7pm. EUGENE, booksigning at the Oregon Authors Table at the Lane County Fair. Open to the public. An admission fee is required for the fair.

August 9-11, Friday-Sunday. MT. ADAMS, backpack trip to Killen Creek Meadows for the Salem Chemeketans and the Eugene Obsidians. Limit 12. Members of these two outdoor clubs preferred. Free.

August 23-September 2, Friday-Monday, 10am-9pm. SALEM, booksigning at the Oregon Authors Table in Columbia Hall at the Oregon State Fair. Open to the public. An admission fee is required for the fair.

September 7, Saturday. GLENEDEN BEACH, hike to the log cabin featured in Sullivan's book, "Cabin Fever," sponsored by the Salem Chemeketan outdoor club. Meet at 11am at the Shops at Salishan, on Highway 101 south of Lincoln City 2 miles. From there we'll caravan 4 miles to the trailhead and hike a private trail 1.5 miles to the cabin, where Janell will offer cookies and coffee. Bring your own lunch. The trail is easy, but can be muddy, so wear boots and long pants. We'll be back at the cars by 3pm. Advance registration is not required. Expect to sign a Chemeketan liability waiver at the trailhead. Open to the public. Free.

October 2, Wednesday, 2pm, GRESHAM, slide show on "Hiking Oregon's History" at the Courtyard Fountains senior center, 1545 SE 223rd. Open to the public. Free.

October 21, Monday, 7pm. BEND, slide show on "Oregon's Most Beautiful Trips & Trails" at the senior center at 1600 SE Reed Market Road. Sponsored by the Cascade Camera Club. Open to the public. Free.

October 28, Monday, 7pm. PORTLAND, slide show on "Hiking Oregon's History" at the McMenamins Kennedy School auditorium in NE Portland, co-sponsored by the Oregon Historical Society and McMenamins. Open to the public. Free.

December 7, Saturday, 10am-5pm, EUGENE, booksigning at the Authors & Authors Fair in the Atrium at the Lane County Fairgrounds next to Holiday Market, sponsored by the Lane Library League. Open to the public. Free, but a $1-5 admission donation is requested to benefit summer reading programs for children.