Southwestern Oregon Community College Class- Better Bones and Balance

Southwestern Oregon Community College Community Education Class- Better Bones & Balance

Spring Term: March 30- June 12

An introduction to Better Bones & Balance ™, this exercise program is designed to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and falling. This simple exercise program protects bones by halting bone loss and reducing fall risk by improving balance, muscle strength and power. (used with permission: SWOCC).

Instructor: Lisa Reed

Location: Langlois Lions Club

PE: * 0582 * 227 Monday and Friday 10-11: 20 am.

PE * 0582 Monday and Friday: 11: 45 -1:05 am ( for beginning students)

Registration cost: $54               NO DROP INS

Register on line, at first day of class and/ or contact Gold Beach Center Coordinator: Karen Shumaker. 541-247-2741 E-mail:

Classes currently run Fall, Winter and Spring and Summer Terms. Same days and time.


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North Curry County Macintosh Users-e mail to confirm meeting time


Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 4:30pm

North Curry County Macintosh Users

North Curry County Macintosh Users (NCC-Mac) has been serving the needs of our local Macintosh and iOS community since 2009. Each of our monthly meetings has an announced topic, but we always allow plenty of time for questions and general discussion. Anyone is welcome. This is a freebie. We will never ask for money.

We usually meet on the last Thursday of each month, 4:30 PM at the Langlois Library. Occasionally vacation plans and holidays can interfere with our meeting date, time or location. Check our blog <> for updates or contact Chris Schram <> to get on our Meeting Announcement list.

For additional content, search for "North Curry County Macintosh Users" at <>. (Trust me, that search is much easier than the real address, which is a mile long.)
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Wild Rivers Wool Factory -beginning & intermediate handspinning


Wild Rivers Wool Factory

Handspinning class, beginning and intermediate,ll equipment and materials are provided, as well as a hot lunch.  Once you've paid the class fee of $35 and taken the class,  you are welcome to attend all further classes for free.  We will always have easy to spin beginner fibers available, as well as the more challenging and interesting fibers which will be different each month.  Returning alumni do need to phone the shop (541 348)2550 to register each and every time they wish to attend. Sandie McDonald   PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SHOP HAS MOVED AND IS OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Address: 47993 Floras Lake Lp. Langlois   541  348-2550. E mail:

                                        HAND SPINNING WORLD WIDE SINCE ANTIQUITY

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Sandie Spinning

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Sheep Ranch & Wool Factory Mini Apprenticeship

Have you always wanted to reinvent yourself as a sheep rancher and fiber artist?  Come and let us pull the wool over your eyes.  Spend a day (or two) on a very small working ranch, help with chores in the morning, then enjoy the rest of the day working with fibers in our factory.  I'll feed you, and we have a guest room for the hardy soul that wants more than one day on the farm. Intense, hands-on immersion learning. No fee.

Contact Sandie McDonald at the Wild Rivers Wool Factory 541 348-2033

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Langlois Library Reader Book Group


Thursday, January 13, 2022 - 3:00pm

The Langlois Library Book Group is a readers group that meets monthly at the Library. The group selects a book for each month, and members then read the selected title and meet to discuss it. The meetings are held on  the second Thursday of each month @ 3: 30 pm at the library.  New members always welcome. Even if you haven't read the month's book, drop in and see  what a lively group we are. Our selection of books is very eclectic  -ranging from best sellers to the classics, fiction to non fiction. We've even read the poem/play: T.S. Elliot's  Murder in the Cathedral.  We are proud of the fact that we are into our 8th year.

 Sampling of revious books read
11/14 Claire of the Sea Light - Edwidge Danticat
12/14 Henderson the Rain King - Saul Bellow
1/15 The Boys in the Boat - Daniel James Brown
2/15 The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry - Gabrielle Zevin

3/15 Where River Turns to Sky - Gregg Kleiner
4/15 The Memory Palace: A Memoir - Mira Bartok
5/15 Housekeeping: A Novel - Marilynne Robinson
6/15 A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
7/15 The Language of Flowers - Vanessa Diffenbaugh
8/15 Wild- Cheryl Strayed

3/16 The Little Paris Bookshop - Nina George

4/16 The Tsar of Love and Techno - Anthony Marra

5/16 H is for Hawk - Helen MacDonald

6/16 My Name is Lucy Barton - Elizabeth Strout

7/16 Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking - Anya Von Bremzen



8/21 The Paris Library – Janet S. Charles (Helen/Deanna)

9/21 Hamnet – Maggie O’Farrell (Anne)

10/21 Thirteen Moons – Charles Frazier (Cher)

11/21 Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan Doig (Sandy)

12/21 Woman 99 – Greer Macallister (Sandy)

1/22 Nomadland – Jessica Bruder (Anne)

2/22 Homegoing – Yaa Gyasi (Deanna)

3/22 Harlem Shuffle – Colson Whitehead (Cairehn)

4/22 In My Father’s Country – Saima Wahib (Cheryl)

5/22 Cloud Cuckoo Land – Anthony Doerr (Cairehn)

6/22 Tallgrass – Sandra Dallas (Katrin)


Our current book list for 2022- multiple copies available at the library.





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