- Senior Center Transition Team Meets Wednesday In Toledo
- Common Ground Toledo Seeking Gardening Containers
- Toledo New Life Stages Annual Egg Hunt
- First Baptist Church Hosts Popular Parenting Course
- Tech Report
Lewis County Senior Center Transition Team meets every 2 weeks at rotating locations, convening 1 p.m. Wednesday at Toledo Senior Center this week. Although the meeting runs more like a council session than a public forum, the public is invited to attend. Currently the team subcommittees are considering a short list of options including applying for nonprofit status, developing a business plan, and operating a thrift store to help fund senior centers.
Art? Or Gardening? Common Ground Toledo welcomes new members to the monthly meeting 7 - 9 p.m. at Rose Cottage Glenngarann, reminding everyone that 210 one-gallon planting pots are needed to accommodate a generous donation of bare root stock to be added to Toledo planters, gardens and greenscapes in season. City Hall can accept your donations of planting pots during business hours, so drop them off when you swing by the Post Office.
Art AND Gardening: Gallery 505 Artists Co-op holds their locally famous Open House event Thursday 4-8 p.m. April 2017 theme: SPRING Art & Garden Show.
Spaces still available: Join Di at the next class at Morgan Arts Centre. Make a wet Felted scarf under the direction of Sue Wachter.
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Wet Felting Class
Mon 5:30 PM · Morgan Arts Centre · Toledo, WA
Early Alert: Eleventh Annual Battle of the CowlARTZ student arts and crafts show April 22-23 at Morgan Arts Centre. Enjoy the best from Winlock and Toledo high schools in this face-off.
Toledo Market Day (Second) Planning Meeting 7-8 p.m. Thursday April 6 at Camp Singing Wind. Billie Washington laid out the group’s proposal to set up Thursday afternoons in the parking area across from the boat launch at Monday’s City Council meeting. She was encouraged to move forward with the application process. Those interested in offering homegrown produce, handcrafted and locally sourced goods are invited to join this venture.
Save the date:
Mark your calendars: Toledo Baptist presents Scream-Free Parenting, a six-week course 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Wednesdays beginning April 19.
In part: In this chaotic, distraction-filled world, being a parent and keeping your cool isn’t always so easy. But there is a way…
Contact (360)864-2550 to get information on this popular series.
Tech Report: Still unclear about the impact of last week’s vote in both the Senate & the House to repeal Internet privacy rules? Take heart. From ToledoTel, this assurance: It should also be comforting to know that ToledoTel does not track nor sell your online activities. Read the rest here.
Outside of Toledo? My go-to browser for the past dozen years has been Opera, championed this weekend as The Laziest, Cheapest Way To Circumvent Your Snooping ISP by Lifehacker. By the way, Opera VPN protects your Android & iPhone from prying eyes.
Speaking of privacy: “I think people today don’t recognize the importance of their words,” said attorney Missy Owen about a Woman Ordered To Pay $500,000 For Defamatory Facebook Post, linked by A Grey Area Computer Repair. While you’re there, check out Facecrooks Facebook scams and Internet safety articles.
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