Events in and around our area.
“Take Meds Seriously Oregon” reminds you to check your medicine cabinet for expired or unused medications. To keep your family safe, it's important to store medications safely and review expiration dates. Take Meds Seriously! Use them safely, store them safely, and dispose of them safely. To learn more and find locations where you can dispose […]
The state of Oregon has a website listing locations for Covid vaccines and boosters. You can also check here for additional sites. For information about what to do if you or someone you know tests positive for Covid, click here.
The Bias Response Hotline is here to help you understand your options, make choices about next steps, and receive support in the aftermath of experiencing or witnessing bias. If you call the Bias Response Hotline, you are connecting with trauma-informed hotline advocates who are trained in crisis intervention and can provide bias response advocacy, including assistance in […]
Early Childhood Lane is an organization supporting anyone in a parenting role in Lane County, regardless of who you are or who your family is. The organization supports parents and caregivers of all racial and ethnic identities, sexual orientations, gender identities, countries of origin, belief systems, ages, and abilities. We place extra emphasis on serving the […]
The Educators, School Administrators, Parents, and BIPOC Youth of Lane County are coordinating an initiative to promote culturally inclusive literacy and increased access to books by African-American and Black authors. Any students from ages one to eleven, or parents or teachers, are welcome to register for Story Time Tribe, and receive full access to a […]
The Lane Council of Governments Senior and Disability Services Meals Program needs volunteers to portion, pack, and deliver meals to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in Lane County. • Volunteers are especially needed for sites in downtown Eugene, Springfield, and Creswell. • Volunteers can help whenever they are available. • Call 541-682-1366 for more […]
Eugene/Springfield Bike Maps are available in English and Spanish Eugene Transportation staff and partners have created an updated bike map for Eugene and Springfield, offering a useful navigation tool for your next bike ride. To access various maps in English or Spanish PDF, click here. FREE physical bike maps are also available at any Eugene […]
How to Avoid the Flu Get the seasonal flu vaccine The best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated every year. The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older. Check with a medical provider to see which form of the vaccine is right for you. To schedule a […]
The Eugene-Springfield NAACP offers many volunteer and activism opportunities, including health care, community gardening, climate justice, and youth involvement. Contact the NAACP with questions. Contact Garden/Farm Coordinator Michael Vasquez at 541-708-1050.
To provide a more comfortable experience for persons on the autism spectrum, and their families, the Albany Historical Carousel has a sensory-friendly day once a month. On the first Wednesday of each month from 11 am to 1:30 pm, the carousel slows down, the organ music is turned off, and the lights are dimmed. More […]
The City of Oakridge is offering several volunteer opportunities, including being a member of committees helping City Staff, City Councilors, and citizens to improve life in the town. Citizens serve on committees for the library, parks, planning, police, fire, economic development, and tourism departments. More information is available here Turn in the completed application at City […]
"Ophelia's Place" helps girls enhance their emotional health and manage life's challenges, and offers guidance for parents and teachers. Individual, group, and family therapy is available, as well as after school programs, clubs, and workshops in Eugene, Albany, and Junction City, and virtually. Register for activities HERE.
“Kind Tree” celebrates and supports individuals living with autism and developmental disabilities through arts, recreation, education, and community involvement. Volunteers are the backbone of the art program, the friends and family camp, and the advisory board. There is a Zoom social every Friday afternoon.
Wetland Wanders are guided walks through the West Eugene Wetlands or other local nature areas, usually on the second Tuesday of every month from 9 am to 11 am. Walks are free and open to the public, sponsored by the Willamette Resources and Educational Network, or WREN. Be sure to check WREN’s website HERE for […]
For more information on how to support BIPOC students, contact Education Coordinator - Lawrence Hunter at 541-484-1119
Easterseals "Connecting Communities" Program has for the last 20 years focused on assistance with obtaining and retaining employment. Our FREE services offer the tools necessary to be able to be successful in your vocational field. We offer free "English as a Second Language" and Computer classes, a work-readiness workshop, job search assistance, and resources to help […]
The nonprofit "Sponsors" offers re-entry opportunities for people with conviction histories, including housing, employment support, and counseling. Sponsors is now seeking community members to volunteer for the events planning and development committees. Bike mechanics are needed to volunteer with the Sponsors Bicycle rental program and to train program participants. Persons with conviction histories are strongly encouraged […]
The Hope and Safety Alliance, a nonprofit serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Lane County, is seeking donations of personal items and summer clothing and shoes for women and children. To arrange a donation, please call 541-485-8232 or use this online form. Gift cards from grocery stores and local restaurants are always appreciated to […]
The Eugene Native American Arts & Crafts Market (NAACM) is at the Farmers Market Pavilion on the first Sundays, July thru September 2023, from 10 am to 4 pm. Here you can support Indigenous artisans by shopping for handmade art such as beadwork and paintings. The NAACM is a gathering of Native American and Indigenous […]
The Mt. Pisgah Arboretum welcomes volunteers as nature guides, trail stewards, park watch volunteers, and many other roles. Learn more about some of the opportunities HERE. In addition, there are work parties to help the arboretum staff with seasonal maintenance. Tools, gloves, and a parking pass will be provided to 15 volunteers. Please email email@example.com if […]
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