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Here’s an encore opportunity to hear Langlois resident, Dace Sultanov, perform. Dace has performed as a soloist in the USA, Japan and Europe and received a standing ovation for her performance at the Bach Birthday concert in March this year. Join her and her friends this Sunday, May 7, 2-3 pm.
May 19th & 20th 9am-4pm at the Lions Club 48136 Floras Lake Loop Rd. Many local venders and house plants, shrubs, veggie starts and much more!
; Read more about Langlois Lions Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale
The Langlois Lions Club is hosting an event: " Rockin in Langlois", a small town fair for rock aficionados and beach lovers on Saturday, April 15th 9am-4pm at the Lions Club, 48136 Floras Lake Loop.
This type of event is the first of its kind on this part of the southern Oregon coast. Admission is free with donations appreciated and/or please consider buying raffle tickets. A free rock given to each kid.
The main features: 9 am tutorial on rock identification by Geoff Ogle and Matt Vegar, also serving as on-site rock experts. The third expert, K Thomas Myers, author of the pocket guide "Agates of the Oregon Coast," will bring a display to see and feel these samples up close and personal. Rocks limited to 3 a person.
Other highlights include a selection of great vendors with beach-themed products such as photography, sun-catchers, lapidary stone, jewelry, plants, hand-made hats, and more.
Draws of note: Cody Easom; salesman for Extreme Tumblers, geological aspects of our shore rocks exhibit by Dale Lee, and a raffle featuring businesses of Langlois with help from our friends, Port Orford and Bandon.
Demonstrations: zen rock stacking, wire rock wrapping with rocks provided and creations of sun-catcher.s For this project, please bring in your favorite nickel-sized agate. However, some agates will be available if needed. Please note: the vendors for the demos will charge a small fee if object taken home
A special lunch not found else where on the coast will be served from 11am- 1 pm Mercimek Çorbası; a red lentil soup- a Turkish favorite-, pita & hummus, small salad for suggested donation of $6.00.
This event will also provide the opportunity for people to meet and greet other like-minded people, maybe, even a bit of show and tell. Please follow the new FB page " Rockin' in Langlois" for more information such as vendor and raffle details. Contact D. McDermott : 541 348 2507, 541 251 1530 or FB message. Read more about Rockin in Langlois - a small town fair for rock aficionados and beach lovers
The Langlois Lions Club is hosting a benefit Spaghetti Feed and Dessert Auctio, Saturday, March 25th from 5 pm- 7-pm. Dessert auction: 5: 45 pm. Event is located at the Lions Club: 48136 Floras Lake Loop- very easy to find - a few blocks off Hwy 101 just south of Langlois. The dinner features a generous supply of spaghetti with a delicious meat/marinara sauce/ cole slaw and garlic bread for a suggested donation of $ 7.00. Vegetarian option available. Coffee, tea, water and punch included.This sit-down spaghetti feed fund raiser will be our first in three years with proceeds dedicated to our Pacific High School scholarship fund and to our charitable programs. In the past, community members have been so support of our fund-raising events. In fact, the tradition of the Spaghetti Feed/ Dessert Auction dates back more than 30 years. We hope this neighborly contribution continues with the return to the traditional event which includes the notoriously fun auction. Donations of one's favorite dessert may be dropped off at the Lions Club, preferably around 5 pm. Pick-up of desserts can be arranged.For more info: contact Sandie at 541 655-0554 Read more about Spaghetti Feed & Dessert Auction at the Langlois Lions Club March 25
Sam Grisman is the son of David Grisman; a legendary bluegrass musician who joined Jerry Garcia’s bluegrass band Old and In The Way in the 1970’s, and later went on to collaborate with Garcia on a number of albums in the early 1990’s. The music they made blended Grisman’s mixture of bluegrass and Hot Club jazz with Garcia’s love of old time and traditional tunes.
Sam, who is an accomplished bassist and recording session musician in his own right, is taking the Sam Grisman Project on the road to showcase the music of his father and Jerry Garcia. He’ll be accompanied by a troupe of impressive players with roots in the Portland, New York, and New Orleans. Whether you came of age listening to Grisman-Garcia, or this is your first introduction to their music, the Sam Grisman Project will bring the Grateful Dawg sound to life and carry your feet to the dance floor. Hope to see you there, and Happy New Years! Read more about Sam Grisman Project live at the Langlois Cheese Factory Jan 19th
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