Langlois Craft Fair Update

 

The Langlois Lion in partnership with the Langlois Library, is holding their 21th annual craft fair Friday and Saturday November 18 and 19th from 9 am- 4pm at the Lions Club, 48136 Floras Lake Lp Rd just south of Langlois off Hwy 101. The event features many vendors with a wide range of high quality items ranging from encaustic art to gourmet tuna; from jewelry and crafted household and personal wear items such as hand knit wool socks and hats. If this isn't enough to entice you, there are also quilts, hand made wooden items, jellies and jams, books and frozen local blueberries, minature succulent gardens and more. 

World Famous T shirts on sale as well.

The proceeds from the succulent gardens go to the Lions Club's charitable  programs.

Specifically, the Lions sponsor the baked goods table, coffee bar and supply the gourmet lunches.  Lunch on Friday: Sandie's world famous chicken pot pies/salad

Saturday:  New England Clam Chowder/cole slaw.

Our craft fair is almost famous- known for one of the best holiday bazaars around. It will be well worth a trip,

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21st Annual Holiday Craft Fair

Date: 

Friday, November 18, 2016 - 9:00am to Saturday, November 19, 2016 - 4:00pm

21st Annual Holiday Craft Fair- a joint venture between the Langlois Library and the Langlois Lions.

The Fair is known as one of the best on the South Coast with a great variety of gifts and other things sure to please the visitor.

Offerings include wood working items, pot holders, quilts,canned  tuna fish, pottery and much more.   Cookies, books and plants  are being  sold  by the Langlois Library,: baked goods and minature succulent gardens are  to be sold by the Langlois Lions.  The lunches are delicious and the atmosphere full of holiday cheer.  A limited color/ sizes of the  World Famous Langlois T shirts also available  for purchase.

 

NOAA presentation offered in Port Orford

Date: 

Thursday, October 27, 2016 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Port Orford, OR – Southwestern Oregon Community College is offering a presentation on Winds: The Breath of the West Coast. This afternoon presentation explains the roles of the summer thermal trough pattern, its role in marine life on our coast, and the existence of the coastal redwood forests.

National Weather Service meteorologist Sven Nelaimischkies will give this presentation scheduled for 1:00 p.m. through 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 at Oregon State University Port Orford Field Station, Seminar Room located at 444 Jackson St. A question and answer session will follow. Read more about NOAA presentation offered in Port Orford

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