Ongoing Groups and Resources
Abiqua Equestrian Center Christine Guenther, 503-873-5580
Offering riding lessons and horsemanship classes for rider’s ages 10+, all levels. English or Western. Taught by a highly qualified, certified riding
instructor. Visit us @ www.abiquacountryestate.com
Adaptive Riding Institute Marjorie, 503-873-3890
Adaptive therapeutic recreational horseback riding and activities for persons of all ages with disabilities. Offering weekly scheduled riding sessions
by appointment. Salem / 2 days per week; Silverton / 1 day per week. Staff, volunteers and horses are very experienced. Cost is $25.00 per
session. For rider or volunteer applications, please call or visit www.adaptiveridinginstitute.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
After Thought Ryan Greer, 503-873-3611
Teens – need a place to go after school? A place to do your homework, hang out with friends and indulge in an afternoon snack. Well, check us out.
Monday through Thursdays from 3-5pm at The Assembly of God, 437 N. James St. Cost is FREE!
Al Anon 503-873-1500
Silverton Together 2010 Summer Calendar
Family and friends of alcoholics welcome. Meetings every Monday 7-8:00pm at Silverton Hospital, Family Birth Center, conference rooms upstairs.
Alcoholics Anonymous 24-hour line 503-399-0599
Silverton area meetings: Mon.-Sat. 12 noon at St. Edward’s Episcopal Church, 211 W. Center St.; Tues. 8 pm & Sun. 7 pm at the Coffee Club,
3rd & High St. Call for more information or to verify times, or visit website at www.aa-salem.com.
American Academy of Performing Arts Co. (AAPAC) Marta Stovin, 503-873-0464
AAPAC offers over 30 classes a week in dance, drama and music for anyone ages 3-adult at all levels of experience. Classes held at 202-A E. Main
St. (above El Toro). Class prices vary (generally $10 per hr). Please call for prices, discounts, scholarships and financial aid programs, class times
and deadlines or brochures. For more information please visit www.aaperformingartsco.com.
American Legion Post #7 Ralph & Vancene Ryan, 503-873-3571
Assistance with VA claims for veterans, their wives or widows and orphaned children. Call for appointment.
American Red Cross 503-585-5414
Disaster Relief Services, Disaster Preparedness, CPR & First Aid Training & Babysitting Training. 675 Orchard Heights Rd., Suite 200, Salem.
Apple Tree Crew Silverton Together, 503-873-0405
Youth-led group that plans and implements the Apple Tree School Supplies Drive for Silver Falls and Mt. Angel School Districts. Group meets mid-
July through first week of September. Volunteers and sites for donations needed.
Artists Open Studio 503-873-2480
Open to anyone interested in painting or drawing. Bring your projects and materials. Informal group provides support, inspiration and nurturing of the
arts. All skill levels welcome to come and paint together. Thursdays, 9 am – 2 pm. Silverton Arts Center, 303 Coolidge St. (503-873-2480) Cost:
$10 per month. Website: www.silvertonarts.org. E-mail: email@example.com
Arbor Education & Training Karen, 503-589-7722 or Thomas, 503-589-7987
Are you between the ages of 17 and 21 and out of school? We are accepting applications for long-term career assistance. Ask about Project CEO;
a free monthly program.
AWANA Jim Garrard, 503-873-6231
An international, non-denominational organization that blends Bible teaching, Scripture memorization and tons of fun! Kids ages 2-12 are welcome.
Wednesdays, 6:45pm at the First Baptist Church, 229 Westfield St. Cost is 50cents per week, shirts and materials extra, scholarships available.
Barracuda Swim Team (WBST) Cindy Morrison, 503-999-4084
WBST is a coach run year round swim club that you can join at anytime. For more information, please visit: www.wbst.org Anyone who can swim a
length of the pool freestyle with side breathing and a length of pool backstroke is welcome to join us from 4:30 – 6:00pm Monday - Thursday at the
Silverton City Pool. Cost: age groups $40- $55/month (2 days per week); senior group $70/month (4 days per week); Masters $25.00/month. In
addition there is a $56.00 USA registration fee and the cost of equipment. Also there are fundraising responsibilities.
Bingo Dodie, 503-873-5362
Community Bingo, with prizes, meets Tuesdays, 3:00-4:30 pm at Marquis Care @ Silver Gardens, 115 S. James St. FREE. Please call ahead.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Bluebird Montessori Jennifer Traeger, 503-881-9593
A place where children discover community while developing confidence, concentration, and the joy of learning. We honor the innate potential of each child
and invite them to be part of our Children’s House classroom between the ages 3 and 6. Located at 208 Jersey St. www.bluebirdmontessori.com
Book Club Cathy Prince, 503-874-1989
Sponsored by Silverton Women’s Ministries. Meet last Tuesday each month, 7:00pm, 602 Front St., Silverton. Come & join the discussions.
Boot Camp for Dads-to-Be Silverton Together, 503-873-0405
A two-hour workshop featuring newly experienced fathers who bring in their own infants to help orient dads-to-be on the realities of parenthood.
Includes hands-on experience with diaper changing, burping etc. as well as frank discussion of life and relationship changes on the horizon. Held every two
months at Silverton Hospital Family Birth Center. Call for dates and times. Fee: $15, scholarships available. Includes free massage for mom
Boy Scouts Jim Little, 503-873-7919 or wk 503-873-6081
Boy Scouts aims to build character, foster citizenship, and develop fitness in boys 11-18 years. Year round activities
Breastfeeding Support Group Janet Sheldon, RN,IBCLC, 503-873-1668
A time for mothers to share the joys and cares of the breastfeeding experience. 1 and 3 Tuesdays from 10-11:30am. Silverton Hospital’s BABIES Clinic.
Brush Creek Playhouse 503-873-5905
A private non-profit community theater located at 11535 Silverton Rd. NE, holding auditions and producing plays throughout the year. For performance
schedules, audition information etc. please call or e-mail; BCPTHEATER@aol.com.
Burning Information 503-873-3138
Call for days approved for backyard burning. 24 hr/day recording updated daily at 8 am, or call State of OR, Dept. of DEQ, 503-588-6420.
Car Seat Safety Check 503-982-4882 or 503-588-SAFE (7233)
Parents can check to see if your car seat is safe and properly installed. Service is free of charge. Call for car seat clinic dates and locations. Be sure to bring
your child and the vehicle with you. A limited number of car seats are available at reduced cost for qualifying low-income families. Application required.
Low income Silverton residents may apply for a free or reduced cost car seat by calling Silverton Together at 503-873-0405.
CARTS (Chemeketa Area Regional Transportation System) 503-585-5187
Provides North Marion area residents with weekday public transit connections to Silverton, Mt. Angel, and Salem. Pick up at Roth’s Family Market and
Safeway. Call for route schedule. Flex route available to Woodburn. Must call for an appointment in advance.
Canyonview Camp 971-239-1347
A ministry of Bible Teaching, Inc. offering non-denominational Christian Bible study along with after-school horsemanship programs, weekend camps,
parent/child camps, and summer camps including traditional overnight camps, horsemanship camps, day camps, family camp and teen camp. Call or visit
our web site at www.canyonviewcamp.org.
Child Care Information Service 503-585-2491 or 1-800-289-5533
Comprehensive information and referrals for families seeking child care; training for child care providers. Call or go to our web site at www.mwvcaa.org/ccis
Christian Renewal Center 503-873-6743
Offering a ministry of renewal to all. Family getaways and personal retreats offered year round on a donation basis. www.christianrenewalcenter.org
Coffee Chat @ Café Earth Amber Greer, 503-873-3611
All high school girls are welcome to join us any Friday from 3:45 to 5:00pm at Café Earth in the Wolf Bldg. Bring a few bucks and a friend and let’s talk!
Sponsored by Silverton Assembly of God.
Community Clothing Center 503-873-0975
Clothing and small household items for those in need in the Silverton area. Open Thursdays 10:00 am-12:15 pm and 6:00 – 7:15 pm. Also by appointment.
Located at the Community Services Center, 1159 Oak St. behind the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Community Connector Program /Silverton Together Doreen Kelly, 503-873-0405
Free referral service for community resources, support groups, cultural events, new resident information. Please call for appointment. Se habla español.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Community Dinner 503-873-6620
Free Wednesday Night Community Dinner from 5:00 – 7:00pm at the First Christian Church, 402 N. First St. in the Multi-purpose Room. We are filling a need
within our community with a hot meal and time for socializing across all ages, for “all kinds of folks”. Volunteers needed; donations welcome.
Community Resource Center Lucy or Sophia 503-589-8007 / 1- 503-982-8212
Offers Information/Referral services and assistance with rental and utilities. Call for more information.
Community Roots School Erika Lanning, 503-634-2440
New Public Montessori School serving children in grades 1-3, who reside in the Silver Falls district, co-located with the Monitor School Campus. To learn
more about the Montessori Elementary option or to register, please call or visit us at www.crmontessori.org .
Cub Scout Pack 113 Tyna Schey, 503-874-0210
You can be a Tiger Cub, a Cub Scout, or a Webelos Scout. Open to boys in grades 1-5. Weekly Den Meetings. Monthly Pack Meetings are held last
Monday of month (September - May) at the Silverton Elks Lodge. $50/yearly fee, scholarships available. We have lots of fun!
Cub Scout Pack 159 Carolyn Davis, 503-873-3016
Diabetes Support Group 503-585-1335
Support for families with children who have diabetes. Meets fourth Thursday of every month. Visit website for details. www.mypalsticky.com
Easter Seals Children’s Therapy Center Amanda, 503-370-8990
Child & Family Mental Health Counseling for children under 18 includes individual or family therapy and psychological evaluations. Counselors focus on
strengths of the child and family to help them overcome challenges including ADHD, behavior, mood disorders, developmental disorders, anxiety, trauma,
and attachment. Weekdays appointment only. Be sure to mention you want services in Silverton. We accept OHP, private insurance or private pay.
Elks Lodge 503-873-4567
Social & fraternal organization located at 300 High St. Lodge opens at 3:00pm, Tues.-Sat. Meetings: each Wed. 7:30pm
Fall Line Sports Jason Franz, 503-873-0977
Free & Fun! Fall Line Sports offers children of all ages and their family fun stuff to do and see the first Friday of the month. Call for an update on current
events such as BMX Street, Soccer In The Streets, Fall Line Skate Team Riders, Live Music. Visit us at www.Falllinesports.com .
FIREHOUSE Youth Group Pastor Ryan Greer, 503-873-2326
All students grades 7-12 are welcome. Meets every Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:15 pm in MOD-a, Silverton Assembly of God, 437 N. James St. Various
activities. For more information visit website: www.torchedyouth.com
First Friday in Downtown Silverton Chamber of Commerce, 503-873-5615
Various businesses and art galleries host receptions with featured artists. 7-9 pm. Free. All ages welcome.
4-H Clubs Sue Pilcher (Coordinator) 503-373-3767
Call for information.
Friends of Silver Falls Library 503-873-5173
Meetings held quarterly (Feb., May, Aug., Nov.) on the 3 Friday, 9:30 am in the Silver Falls Library Program Room, to plan fundraising and discuss other
library issues. New members always welcome. Volunteers needed for projects.
Friends of Silver Falls State Park Park Office, 503-873-3495 or Tricia Sorgen, 503-873-8735
Mission of group is to promote the natural and human history of and use of the park. Meets 3 Thurs - every other month, 6:30 pm. Call for meeting location.
Girl Scouts Cassi Ross, 503-581-2451
For girls K-12, troop & individual activities. Adult volunteers are always needed, training is provided. $10 per year (scholarships available).
Golden Age Club Church Office, 503-874-9481
All members of the community are invited to participate in this group for senior adults held on the fourth Wednesday each month (12:00 – 2:00pm) Potlluck
lunch begins at noon followed by a program and activities. Trinity Lutheran Church, 500 N. Second St. www.trinitylutheranonline.org
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Grassroots political action, community building, sustainable living, and fun are the main focus of the Silverton Grange. Meets every 4 Monday, Business
meeting 6:30pm, Speakers 7:15-9:00 pm, guests welcome. Membership: $30/yr., scholarships & fee reduction available. Grange Hall is available for rental
for your event.$150 per day. Chairs, tables, full kitchen. No alcohol on premises. Located at 201 Division St. Website: www.silvertongrange.wordpress.com
GeerCrest Farm Erika Toler, 503-873-3406
Where Agrarian Culture is Lived and Taught. A traditional homestead farm working in harmony with the tranquility and beauty of the land. Open to visitors
with one day advance notice. Located at 12390 Sunnyview Rd NE, Salem. Visit us at www.geercrestfarm.com
Grief Support Groups for Adults, Children and Families Bereavement Services, 503- 588-3600
Designed to encourage, educate and empower individuals as they grieve the death of a loved one. Trained facilitators help participants with the
understanding of death and grief. Groups meet in various communities throughout the year. Willamette Valley Hospice, 1015 3 St. NW, Salem
Habitat for Humanity 503-845-2434
Looking for skilled and unskilled volunteers to build houses and do other tasks needed to fulfill our mission. Supplies, land and donations gladly accepted.
Office is open Monday through Friday, 9 am-5 pm, 225 Franklin St., Mt. Angel. Informational tours held monthly.
Heartwind Yoga Jane Golden RN CYT, 503-634-2827 or 503-873-3541
Experience the many benefits of a Yoga based exercise and wellness practice with a certified yoga instructor! Ongoing weekly classes…All fitness
levels…Drop-ins welcome at 201 E. Main St. (Wolf Bldg.) Call for new class times and new fee schedule.
Homer Davenport Days Board Lennez Hitzemann, 503-508-9591
This committee is always looking for volunteers for Homer Days and the Strawberry Festival. Website: www.davenportdays.com
H.O.R.S.E.S. See: The Adaptive Riding Institute 503-873-3890
Immunization Clinic (Marion County Health Department) Kelly Martin, 503-361-2791
Immunizations available the 2 and 4 Tuesdays of the month, 8:30 to 5:00 pm at the McClaine St. Clinic, 442 McClaine St. We provide low cost vaccines
for children without insurance coverage. Some adult vaccines are available. Call 503-873-1764 for an appointment.
Indoor Park firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides an environment for children to develop social skills as well as large motor skills. Interact with other parents. Parent co-op for ages 0-5 with parent or
caregiver. Located at Silverton United Methodist Church, (2 floor of church), 203 W. Main. Monday through Thursday, 9:30-11:30 am. Fall term registration
will be Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 8 - 9th; 9:30–11:30pm; Cost: $35 + co-op duties. Scholarships available. First visit is free.
Izaak Walton League of America Dawn Olson, 503-873-2681
Oldest conservation group in the country. Stream clean up & school conservation projects. Meets every 3 Monday Sept. – June, potluck at 6 pm, meeting at
7 pm. Silver Towne Rec. Hall. E-mail: email@example.com.
Jazzercise Classes Andi Morgan, 503-873-8210
Jazzercise is the effective, total-body conditioning program that will help you feel great, look terrific, and bring new energy to your life!. Mon., Tues., Thurs. at
5:50 p.m., Sat. 8:30 a.m. at Silverton Community Center, 421 S. Water St. Everyone welcome (Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult).
Cost: $28-$36 per month, depending on method of payment. More info: www.jazzercise.com or 1-800-FIT-IS-IT
Junior Volunteer Program Judy Schmidt, 503-873-1789
Volunteer opportunities for ages 14-18 in service to Silverton Hospital. Call for information.
Juntos Podemos Family Center Morgan Garcia, 503-566-7727 x10
Support Group for Spanish-speaking parents of children with disabilities. 1 Friday each month with different informative presenter. Childcare provided.
English speakers welcomed. 6:30-8:30pm at the Salem First Free Methodist Church, 4455 Silverton Rd. NE, Salem. Free, but please call ahead to sign up.
KidsArts Program Silverton Arts Assoc., 503-873-2480
Classes by Richard Fenwick: Children ages 7-12 available Mondays or Thursdays 4- 6 pm & Thursdays 1-3pm. Teen class: (for ages 13-17) Mondays, 6:30-
8:00pm. All medias are covered over the session and basic art skills are taught in a group setting. Classes limited to 15 students . Sessions run September
to May. Art shows in April and May. Cost: $30/month and $25/one time supply charge. Limited scholarships available
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Kiwanis Club Russ Newell, 503-873-4372
Community service organization doing volunteer work in the community, mainly with children and senior citizens. Members meet for breakfast, speakers and
fellowship every Thursday, 7:00am at Lisa’s on Water St. Visitors welcome. Please call for more information.
L.I.G.H.T. Ministries Betty Jo, 503-873-2660 or Deborah, 503-559-3529
Living in God’s Healing Touch offers Pastoral Counseling by Betty Jo Steele and Spiritual Direction by Deborah Climer. Pastoral Counseling covers Grief,
Crisis, Life transitions, Spiritual discernment, etc. Spiritual Direction offers guidance for growth in becoming more Christ-like. Located in the lower level of the
Hartman building, 234 S. Water St. Call for an appointment.
Lions Club Russ Gilmore, 503-873-3132
Service club with emphasis on providing vision and hearing for the needy. Meets every 1 and 3 Thursday, 7:00 pm at Silverton Hospital.
Literacy Program @ Mid-Valley Literacy Center Vivian Ang, 503-463-1488
MVLC is a faith-based, non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality literacy services through training of volunteers, consultation for community
organizations and delivery of effective literacy programs to adult students who are English Language Learners (ELL).
Little League Baseball and Softball – Challenger Division Wendy Knodel, 503-302-5349
An “adaptive baseball” division specifically for youth who would find it very difficult to play on ‘conventional teams’ – youth with mental and/or physical
‘challenges.’ This division serves boys and girls age 5 through completion of high school, the program modifies nearly every ‘fundamental’ of the game to
accommodate the needs of each child. Teams are co-ed and mixed-skill level. For more information visit www.d7challengers.com.
Living Healthy Workshop Joyce Jenson, 503-873-1679
During this Free 6-week workshop, you will learn real-life skills for living a full healthy life with a chronic health condition such as heart disease, diabetes,
arthritis, pain or asthma. Pre-registration is required. Please call for days, times and location (Silverton, Mt. Angel and Wellspring).
Masonic Lodge No 45 John Lalicker, 503-873-5822
Fraternal organization whose many service activities include support of Shriner’s Hospital. Meets 2 Thursday, 7:30 pm at Masonic Hall, 402 E. Main Street.
McClaine Street Clinic Sarai Vasquez, 503-873-1764
Providing total family care for Oregon Health Plan’s MPCHP, Care Oregon or Medicaid patients, the clinic offers timely appointments for a wide range of
preventive services, testing and medical treatment including general child and adult care, health and lifestyle counseling, non-emergency medical services,
immunizations, and physical exams. Call for appointment.
Mentoring Program – Operation Starfish Doreen Kelly, 503-873-0405
A program of Silverton Together, matches responsible, caring adults with students ages 9-14. Adults who can spend one hour per week visiting a student at
school can make an incredible difference in that child’s life. Full training is provided and a background check is conducted. Please call for more information.
Merchants Group 503-873-5615
Roundtable meeting for business people and others interested in Silverton. Meets every Wednesday, 8:00 – 9:00am, Silverton Inn & Suites restaurant.
Monday’s Martha’s Cathy Prince, 503-874-1989
Get together over coffee and cookies while working on your craft projects. A great way to meet other women in the community. Presented by Silverton
Assembly Women’s Ministries. All are welcome. No charge to participate. Call for dates and times. Location: 602 Front Street, Silverton.
Monday Meal Christine, 503-873-5446
Free community dinner every Monday fro 6:00 – 7:00pm at the Oak Street Church, corner of 3 and Oak. Everyone welcome!
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) Tiffany Schmidt, 503-845-2120
Program includes teaching by a speaker, discussion, and opportunities to develop creativity while children (infant- 5 yr.) are cared for in a program called
MOPPETS. Meets 3 Friday, 9:00-11:00am at Silverton Friends Church, 229 Eureka. $40/yr. Scholarships available.
Mt. Angel-Silverton Women’s Connection Cathy Prince, 503-874-1989
For all ladies. Meeting monthly on a Thursday, 9:30-11:00am at the Orchard House, 550 S. Main St, Mt. Angel. Each meeting includes brunch, music, and
featured speakers. $5.00 per person. Reservations are essential. Call to confirm dates and times.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Northwest Senior and Disability Services 1-866-206-4799
Our agency administers Food Stamps and Medicaid to Seniors and people with disabilities in the North Marion County area. We also provide information and
referral services. Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday (closed from 12:00-1:00pm). 1320 Meridian Dr. (P.O. Box 297), Woodburn, OR 97071
Once Upon a Pony Christine Guenther, 503-873-5580
Offering pony parties, horsemanship classes, and riding lessons for children ages 4-6 and 7-10. Taught by a highly qualified, certified riding instructor.
For further information visit www.freewebs.com/onceuponapony .
Oregon Child Development Coalition (Head Start) Silverton Center, 503-874-9095
Call for information or to register for Migrant Head Start, Oregon Head Start or Seasonal Head Start.
Order of Eastern Star, Ramona Ch #58 Mary Ann Miles, 503-873-5507
Community-oriented, ritual-based organization. Service activities include fundraising for cancer research and scholarships. Meets every 2 Saturday (except
July and August) at the Masonic Hall, 402 E. Main St. for members only. Contact MaryAnn for more information.
Oregon Garden 503-874-8100
80-acre botanical wonder, showcasing more than 20 specialty gardens and the Rediscovery Forest; amazing water features, wetlands with later lilies, koi and
bullfrogs; a Children’s Garden with a monkey puzzle tree and dinosaur dig, and garden art. We offer classes, summer concerts, seasonal programs, gift
shop and café. Open 7 days a week: May-Sept. 10 am-6 pm; Oct.-April 10-am-4 pm. www.oregongarden.org
Parks & Facilities Rentals (owned by City of Silverton , operated by Silver Falls YMCA) YMCA Office, 503-873-0205
Interested in renting the park, community center, or Fischer Building? Rentals are available for weddings, reunions, parties, receptions, classes, etc.
Reasonable prices that vary per place. Call for rates and availability.
Parent Aid Officer Terry Murphy, 503-873-5326
Voluntary, simple, and confidential urine drug-testing program designed to help parents identify drug abuse problems in their children. Free to parent of any
child under 18 yrs. Sponsored by Oregon State Police, Oregon State Sheriff’s Assn. and Oregon Assn. of Chiefs of Police.
Parent Education Program /Silverton Together Jan Holowati, 503-873-0405
Wide variety of parenting classes and support programs available. Child care provided. Call for information and current offerings. Please review the latest
schedule on our website: www.silvertontogether.com or email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents/Infants Plus Silverton Together, 503-873-0405
Sponsored by Silverton Together, a 10-session course for first-time parents with infants 0-3 months, offering parent education, child development info, and
peer support during baby’s all-important first year. Babies attend with parents. New groups begin every 2-3 months, meeting every other week for 10
sessions 6:00 to 8:00 pm, at Silverton Hospital Family Birth Center. Call for beginning date of next group. $35/family, scholarships available.
Pool (owned by City of Silverton, operated by Silver Falls YMCA) Pool Office, 503-873-6456
Open year round for swim lessons, private lessons, open swim, lap swim, Stretch & Tone, Aquacize and rentals. Call for times and fees.
Postpartum Depression Group Lora, 503-485-2197
Ongoing groups to support mothers (child under three) and pregnant women suffering from depression. Classes in changing thought patterns, self care, and
relationships. Classes held at the Easter Seals Children Therapy Center and various locations. Please call for class schedules and locations. FREE!
Postpartum Group – Spanish (Curso Madres y Bebés) Maria Addessi, 503-485-2191 or 503-910-4337
Ongoing support group for mothers who are pregnant and/or with small children. The group addresses postpartum depression prevention and intervention.
We provide babysitting & some limited transportation. Meets every Wednesday from 9:30–11:30am at Nuevo Amanecer, 1274 Fifth St., Salon Ferrel. FREE!
Pudding River Watershed Council Steve Starner, 503-873-5439
Opportunities for those who live, work, and play in the Pudding River watershed to promote the health of the watershed. Lots of volunteer opportunities.
Meets 4 Thursday, 7:00–9:00pm, Silver Falls Library or adjacent Fischer Building. Website: www.oregonwatersheds.org/oregoncouncils/puddingriver
Purl Jam The Purl District, 503-873-6178
Open knitting & crochet get together. Free. Just show up any Monday from 6 - 8 pm (with your project) at 201 E. Main St.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Quilting Block of the Month Series Cathy Prince, 503-874-1989
Local quilting instructors share a different block pattern each month. Bring your supplies to work on your quilt. All women welcome. No charge at this time.
Presented by Silverton Assembly Women’s Ministries. 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Date: Feb. 26, March 25, April 29, May 27, June 24). 602 Front Street, Silverton.
Russian Old Believer Enhancement Services email@example.com
Non-profit organization. Our vision is to provide culturally specific programs and services for the Russian Old Believer Community.
Salem Area Christian Home School Network Deborah, 503-873-3159
Support group for families. Meets 2nd Thursdays, Sept. - May except Dec., at Faith Baptist Church, 3345 Cordon Rd., Salem.
Scotts Mills Food Pantry Phaedra Dibala, 503-910-1781
Scotts Mills, Butte Creek and Marquam area community members can get assistance once per month with free food boxes. Open Tuesdays from 9:00 -
11:00am at the Scotts Mills Community Center (corner of Grand View and 4 st.).
Scotts Mills Neighborhood Watch & Citizen Patrol Raleen Hockenberry, 503-873-5563
Meets 7:00 pm first Tuesday each month. At the Scotts Mills Community Center (4 & Grandview). Every even month includes potluck at 6:30 pm. Informal
gathering of area residents focused on community safety and awareness, generally includes representation from Marion County Sheriff’s Office.
www.home.earthlink.net/~scottsmillsnw/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Senior Meals/Meals on Wheels Carolyn Sheldon, 503-873-6906
Hot meals and companionship for people age 60 & over. Delivered to those unable to get to site, frozen meals available for evenings/weekends.
Shalom Prayer Center Sister Dorothy Jean Beyer, OSB, 503-845-6773
Personal retreats designed to meet your needs for renewal and rest. For adults, almost anytime, 840 S. Main, Mt. Angel, $55 for 24 hr. including meals and
housing. Various lecture series. Call to schedule your retreat or more information. E-mail: email@example.com. Or visit us www.benedictine-srs.org/shalom
Silver Chips Woodcarvers Dave Strand, 503-873-4512
Be a chip off the old block. Bring your own tools and projects. Beginners to experts, all carvers are welcome. Wednesdays 1-4 pm, at Park House Education
Center, 317 Coolidge St. $2 per session. Open to teens and adults. Website: www.silvertonarts.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silver City Squares Bob Wachter, 503-845-6292
Square and Round dancing open to all who have taken mainstream lessons. Young and Old, Couples or Singles 2 Friday each month (Oct. to May), 7:30-
10:30pm, Waldo Hills Community Club, 1245 Cascade Hwy. NE.(4 miles south of Oregon Garden). Rounds at 7:30; Squares at 8:00. Cost: $5
Silver Creek Lanes Bowling Alley Tawnya, 503-873-5316
Leagues for all ages, family fun, group parties, rentals at 500 West C St. Now available: Cosmic bowling, glow balls & shoes, newer equipment, synthetic
lanes, advanced pro shop USBC coaches on staff, completely remodeled – smoke free facility. Adult, Junior or mixed Tournaments. After School Programs
available for all grades. Visit our website for special rates, times, and events! www.silvercreeklanes.org or e-mail; email@example.com
Silver Creek Lanes Leagues
Teams & Individuals can be added anytime. No experience is required. Cost varies from $2 to $25 per week
Sunday - 6:30pm Vega$ League Wednesday - 6:30pm Super Bowl Friday - 7:00pm Cosmic Bowling
Monday - 6:30pm Super Bowl Thursday - 6:30pm - 8:00pm 9 pin no tap (Ad/Jr) Saturday - 8:00pm Cosmic Bowling
Tuesday - 11:00am Techno Bowl (Jrs.) 8:15pm Scratch check in 6:15pm Monte Carlo (over 18)
6:30pm Red, White & Blue
Silver Falls Family YMCA 503-873-0205
Youth and family programs and events throughout the year. After-school enrichment classes, youth and middle school sports programs, summer day camps,
swim lessons, etc. Also city park & facilities rentals and operation of city pool. Office located in the Silverton Community Center, 421 S. Water St. Call for fee
schedule/scholarship availability and other information. Programs sponsored by Silver Falls YMCA. Open Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm.
Silver Falls Family Summer Camp Program 503-873-0205
Participate June 21 – August 20 in a variety of summer camp programs (such as BMX, Tennis, Veterinary) for kids ages 4– 14. Call for fee schedules-
scholarships-locations-times. Registration from May 10 through first day of camp.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Silver Falls Family YMCA Youth Sports Programs 503-873-0205
K-5 Track & Field - May 18 - June 11. 3:30 -5:00pm (Tuesdays & Thursdays) at SHS track. Fees: $50 /members and $60/non-members. Introductory
skills on the basics of track and field events taught. Student will learn how to run, jump, throw and properly warm-up and stretch. Open to all students in
grades K-5. Registration forms available at the YMCA office, Pool and Library.
Summer Soccer - June 28-August 21. One hour practice/game time varies per coach/YMCA game schedule (5:00-9:00pm). Recreational league for
summer season - volunteer coaches needed. Cost: $50/members, $60/non members; Registration starts May 3/ $10 late fee after June 20. Divisions: 4 & 5
st nd rd
year olds, coed, 1 & 2 grade coed –entering next fall; 3 – 6th Grade girls & boys – entering next fall.
Programs are designed to give students an opportunity to work together and participate in a sport. The goal is to develop healthy habits and skills in a
positive way, learning respect, responsibility, honesty and caring for all. All students in grades 1-8 residing in the Silverton/Mt. Angel area communities
including home schooled children and outlying areas. Scholarships are available for all programs. Please call for more information.
Silver Falls Public Library Phone Renewal 503-589-7740; Circulation 503-873-5173
410 S. Water St. Reference 503-873-8796; Youth Services 503-873-7633
Open T-W-Th 10am-9pm, Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm. Reference materials, books, periodicals, books on tape, large print, videos, music CDs, computer
software for checkout. Public Internet access, meeting room for rent, reading programs for all ages (see below). Website: www.silverfalls.plinkit.org
Silver Falls Library Book Club Spring Quick, 503-873-8796
Informal discussion of books. Refreshments usually served. Meets every 3 Tuesday (except July & December), 7 pm, Program Room, ages 18 & up. Free.
Silver Falls Library Story Time Janay Mulligan, 503-873-7633
Baby/Toddler, ages 0-36 mo. with caregiver. Thursdays, June 17-July 29, 11:00 - 11:30am. Storytime with songs, rhymes, fingerplays, books & “bubbles”
Fridays, June 18-July 30, 11:00 –11:30am
Preschool, ages 3-4 and caregiver. Wednesdays, June 16-July28, 12:30 - 1:00pm. Preschool storytime with books, music and activity.
Children, ages 5-6 and caregiver. Tuesdays, June 15 -July 27, 12:30 - 1:00pm. Storytime with stories, feltboards, and poems
All story time programs are Free!
Silver Falls Library Adult Summer Reading Program Spring Quick, 503-873-8796
Adults, ages 18 and up. READ BOOKS – WIN PRIZES!! Program is FREE with own library card (with less than $5.00 in fines). Registration starts June 15
and ends July 31, 2010
Silver Falls Library Youth Summer Reading Program Janay Mulligan, 503-873-7633
Children and teens from 4 – 18 years keep track of the hours they read and earn prizes. Program is FREE with own library card (with less than $5.00 in
fines). Program runs Tuesday, June 8 through Saturday, July 31. Last day to turn in reading hours is Saturday, August 28, 2010.
Silver Falls Soccer Club Ted Savage, 503-454-2586x500
Soccer for children for all ages and levels of experience. League play in the spring and fall for boys and girls grades K thru 8. The club also provides training
opportunities for those that are in high school. We support the YMCA Summer Soccer League and provide indoor soccer-related activities through the winter.
For more information or to register; www.silverfallssc.org
Fall Soccer: For boys/girls ages 5-18. Registration opens July 1. Practices start early August. Games start Sept. 11 and ends Oct. 30 . Head coach:
Les Aubrey, 503-874-8318
Silver Falls Yoga Studio Tsipora Berman MEd, RYT, RMET, 503-873-0947
A full service yoga studio for Silverton area, providing workshops and classes for all ages in the studio and at other locations. Stretch, tone, energize, relax,
release tension, cultivate self-awareness, mental clarity and confidence. Pre-Natal/Post Partum, Rehab//Restorative Yoga, Over 50, under 5, mixed level,
Family Yoga. Please call for class descriptions, schedules, fees etc. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at: www.silverfallsyoga.com
Silver Stream Studio Lori Webb, 503-551-4314
Art classes for Adults and kids offered Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Tuesdays Evenings: Art Beginnings for Kids and Exploring Fine Art for
Adults. Wednesdays: Open Studio Acrylics and Oils for Adults. Wednesday Evenings: Continuing Fine Art for Kids. Thursday Evenings: Advancing at Art
for Kids. Please call for times and prices. Limited size classroom, register ASAP. 246 S. Water St. www.silverstreamstudio.com
Silver Trolley 503-873-4546
Public transportation in and around the Silverton area, all-day pass $1. Ride by appointment, call day prior or sooner. Handicap accessible.
Silverton Area Community Aid (SACA) 503-873-3446
Food bank and emergency financial assistance for those in need. Also provides information and referral services. M, T, W, F: 9 a.m.-noon and
4 Tuesday 5-7pm. Located in basement of the Community Center, 421 S. Water St. Available to anyone within the Silver Falls School District boundaries.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Silverton Area Little League Bobbi, 503-409-3504
Please contact Mt. Angel Little League for current information.
Silverton Area Seniors Ruth Cock, 503-873-6906
Senior Center located at 402 E. Main Street, open 9am-2 pm. New low-impact exercise/ recovery and strength building program: MWF 10:45-11:45 am, $1
donation per class. Tuesdays & Thursdays Walking Club 10:45-11:45pm. Free. Quilting , Mondays 9:00am. Free. Bunko Group 3 Thursday by
appointment, $3.00. Computer classes open to current members by appointment only, $5/session. $10 membership includes newsletter.
Silverton Arts Association Arts Center, 503-873-2480
Borland Gallery & Arts Center, 303 Coolidge St. across from the City Park. Gallery hours: 1st Fri. 7-9 pm, Sat. & Sun. 12-4 pm. We offer gallery shows, art
classes, music classes etc. Call for current class info or visit www.silvertonarts.org Monthly board meeting held 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm.
SAA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to nurture, exhibit, inform, and promote appreciation of the arts in the greater Silverton area. Anyone
interested is invited to attend.
Classes at the Arts Center include:
•Open Studio: adult drawing/painting, Thurs. 9 am – 3 pm. $10/month. Bring own artwork project; work in informal setting. All skill levels welcome.
Classes at the Park House Center include:
•KidsArts: Mon. 4-6pm or Thurs. 1-3 pm & 4-6pm, ages 7-12. $30/month, $25/one time materials fee. Learn basic art skills and use of all art media.
Instructor Richard Fenwick teaches the basics of drawing, painting and design in a fun and nurturing environment. Join anytime.
•TeenArt Class: Mon. 6:30-8pm. Ages 13-18. $30/month, $25/one time materials fee. Teens with some art experience or definite interest are guided
to develop their talent and experiment with different media, including silk screen print. Class size is limited. Show Richard Fenwick your portfolio.
•Silver Chips Woodcarvers: Wed. 1-4pm. $2/session, teens & adults, all levels. Be a chip off the old block. Bring your tools & projects. With Dave Strand
•Woodcraving class: Wed. 7-9pm. $5/class, ages 18+. Choose your project (wood & tools provided). Wood crafting skills taught by Dave Disselbrett.
Silverton Ballet & Performing Arts Company Paula Magee, 503-873-7942
Silverton Ballet is celebrating 20 years of teaching Silverton to dance! We are dedicated to bringing you a curriculum that emphasizes proper technique
taught in an atmosphere of love and encouragement. Weekly dance classes in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Pointe, Tap, Creative Movement and
Contemporary/Lyrical. For children 3 years through adult. Call for information regarding specific class days and times. Monthly tuition, with scholarships
available. Register ASAP to insure a spot, many classes fill early. Located at 209 Oak St.
Silverton Chamber of Commerce Stacey Palmer, 503-873-5615
Located in the Silverton Depot next to Silver Falls Public Library. Serving and promoting business in the Silverton area. Volunteers needed to serve as
greeters for the Visitor‘s Center and a variety of community events. Visit us at www.silvertonchamber.org
Silverton Christian School and Preschool School Office, 503-873-8349
SCS offers a non-denominational Christian-based education for pre-school through 8 grade students. Small classes. Certified staff. Check us out!
Located at 229 Eureka Ave, Silverton. Call (8:00am – 4:00pm daily) for details regarding tuition, scholarships, etc.
Silverton Community Outreach Clinic 503-873-0815
Free medical clinic for residents of Silverton, Mt. Angel, Scotts Mills, and children attending Monitor School who do not have medical insurance. Call for appt
Silverton Country Historical Society Museum 503-873-7070
Open Saturday and Sunday. 1-4 p.m. and by appointment. Hours extended on special occasions. Donation suggested $2/adult, $.50/child. Located at 428
S. Water St. (next to Silver Falls Public Library). Curator: Carolyn Hutton (503-581-8337). Secretary: Chris Schwab (503-873-4529).
Silverton Country Historical Society 503-873-7070
Meeting with program and/or discussion 3 Monday of every month, 7:00 pm, varied locations. Public welcome at all meetings. Secretary: Chris Schwab
(503-873-4529). Email: Silverton.email@example.com. Check our website: www.silvertonmuseum.com
Silverton Farmers Market Association Courtney Basile, 503-816-5046
Locally grown fresh produce, fruits and berries, honey, flowers, eggs, nursery products, garden art, music, food and more! Most produce vendors accept
WIC/Senior Nutrition Program. Every Saturday May 9 through October 17 , 9 am – 1 pm, Town Square Park @ Main and Fiske St.
Silverton Fire District Volunteers Bill Miles, 503-873-5328
Our mission is to Efficiently and Effectively preserve and protect life and property from fire through prevention and suppression. To reduce the adverse
effects of injury and sudden illness through quality emergency medical services as first responders and to provide necessary services during natural and
man-made disasters. Volunteer drills every Wed. at 7 pm. Association meeting every 2 Wed., 8 pm. at the Fire Station, 819 Railway St.
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Silverton Garden Club Patti Harris, 503-874-9398
Join friends and neighbors in sharing of gardening ideas, plant materials, answer questions, plan activities. A different topic is presented each month by a
quest speaker. Meets every 1 Tuesday, 7:00pm at Silver Creek Fellowship, 822 Industrial Way NW. Annual membership fee is $10.
Silverton High School Alumni Association Mason Branstetter, 503-873-3545
Brings SHS graduates together, coordinates reunion activities, and raises money for scholarships. Meets every 3 Tuesday - 6:00pm at Silverton Realty.
Silverton Hospital Auxiliary Judy Schmidt, 503-873-1789
Community members committed to serving Silverton Hospital. Meets every 4 Monday. Call for time / location. Guests and new members always welcome.
Silverton Hospital Care Van 503-873-1784
Medical transportation to and from Silverton Hospital and Silverton Hospital medical staff offices. Donations accepted.
Silverton Hospital Community Education
Offered at the Family Birth Center, 342 Fairview Street: 503-873-1668
•Childbirth Education: Tuesdays 7-9 pm. $60/6-week series. Call • B.A.B.I.E.S. (Babies and Breastfeeding Information, Education &
503-873-1668 for dates. Support): a variety of classes and one-on-one support for new and
•Childbirth Education/Weekend Series: Call 503-873-1668 for dates. expectant parents who have delivered or will deliver at Silverton hospital.
Call for info.
•Childbirth Education/Spanish Series: Call 503-873-7615 for dates.
•Journey of Grief Support Group: Thursdays, 6-8 pm, 6-week series.
•Family Birth Center Tours: Every Sunday at 3 pm. Free. Contact: Willamette Valley Hospice at 503-588-3600 to pre-register.
Offered at the Phelps Street Annex, 240 Phelps Street: 503-873-1784
•Foot Care Clinic: By appointment only. Every Tuesday; 2 & 3 Wednesday; 8:30am – 2:00pm; $25/visit. Contact 873-1784
Silverton Hospital Lifeline Rosalie or Jean, 503-873-1782
A personal response and support system that allows people to remain at home, independent & able to obtain help at the push of a button. Our service area
includes Colton, Canby, Aurora, Hubbard, Gervais, Donald, Brooks, East Salem, Mt. Angel, Mollala, Mulino, Woodburn, Marquam, Scotts Mills, & Silverton.
Silverton Hospital Retirees Warren Levecke 503-873-6562 or Dr. Gordon McNeilly 503-873-2001
For retired physicians, health care workers, and other Silverton Hospital retirees. Meeting every 3 Wednesday at noon at the Family Birth Center
Conference Room E for luncheon and guest speaker. RSVP a must!
Silverton Mat Club Bob Peters, 503-365-8680
Kids wrestling club, ages 5 -18. (ages 8 & under need parent present at all times) Mon. & Wed., 6-7:30pm. Begins in October with Collegiate style: moves to
freestyle/ Greco-Roman wrestling about February. Runs through April/May or later if enough interest. Located at Silverton High School. $45.
Silverton Mural Society Vince Till, 503-873-6572
If you have an interest in the Silverton murals, please join us on the 2 Thursday (except Dec.) each month, 7:00 pm, Senior Mobile Estates Club House,
1307 S. Water St. Dues are just $15/year.
Silverton Poetry Association 503, 873-4476
Open Mic readings every 3 Sunday (most months) 3:00pm. Location TBA. Read your own poetry or a poem by your favorite poet. Listeners also welcome.
Supportive environment fostered. FREE! Call for more information or visit us at www.silvertonpoetry.org
Silverton People for Peace Robert Sisk, 503-873-5307
Our mission is to support all efforts that build our capability and capacity for peace and understanding in our community and worldwide. Observance Group
holds a vigil at Towne Square Park the 3 Friday of every month at 6:00. All welcome. Website: www. spfp.2020oregon.net
Silverton Rotary Club Beth Davisson, 503-873-5301
Rotary is a worldwide organization of professional leaders that provides humanitarian service and encourages high ethical standards in all vocations. Meets
every Monday at noon in the Silverton Hospital Family Birth Center, Room DE. Members, prospective members, and speakers welcomed.
Silverton Runners Club Joe Craig, 503-873-8779
Meet with other runners and walkers first Saturday of each month at 9:00am at Coolidge-Mc-Claine Park for a non-competitive run or walk around town or on
our country roads. Everyone is welcome and it’s free. We sponsor 2-3 annual road races. www.silvertonrunnersclub.org
Ongoing Groups and Resources
Silverton Self-Defense 503-873-4555
A martial arts training facility for men, women and children (age 4 and up). We offer patient, experienced instruction not only for those liking for serious self-
defense training, but also for anyone looking to improve their balance, flexibility, strength and aerobic capacity. 208 Lewis St. Call for more information.
Silverton Swim Team David Deckelmann, 503-873-5085
Recruitment in spring for summer meets from June 15 – July 27. Looking for children ages 6 – 18 who must be able to swim one length of the pool
unassisted. $50 for the first child / $45 for additional. Scholarships available. Call for more information or to volunteer.
Silverton Together 503-873-0405
Community Progress Team for our community. Sponsors community events, programs, family support activities, parenting classes, events calendar,
community forums. Provides connection to other community resources. Website: www.silvertontogether.com
Silverton Walk Abouts Pauline Stratton, 503-873-8786
Volkswalk club, non-competitive walking. All ages, under 12 w/ adult. Meeting 1 Monday every other month (call first), 2 pm, Stayton Hospital HRC. $6/year.
Visitors always welcome to learn about the benefits of walking.
Silverton Women’s Group Beth Myers-Shenai, 503-873-8207
Open to all women who want to connect with others and explore local and world cultures. Meetings include book and movie discussions, presentations on
current issues, international cooking classes, art demos and projects, genealogy, occasional excursions to special events and much more! Most meetings
are free; some include a materials fee. Meets the 2 Wednesday of each month, 6:30-8:30 pm, location TBA. Childcare available with reservations for a
nominal fee. Email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Silverton Youth JBO Darin Mancuso, 503-999-4084
We offer T ball for 5-7 year olds, Minor Baseball for 7-9 year olds (developmental/recreational level), and 3 different skill levels for each age group 10u, 12u
and 14u. We are a non-profit association run by community volunteers. We play with Junior Baseball of Oregon Inc. Contact us at PO Box 152, Silverton or
Silvertones Jean Wahlster, 503-581-1245
A music class and performing group led by Debra Huddleston for people who like to sing. Fridays, 10:30am - 11:30am at the Silverton United Methodist
Church. $10/yr. We do public and private performances throughout the year at various locations.
Silvertongues Toastmasters Ann Snelling, 503-873-4198
Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving skills in the areas of: communication, leadership, thinking and listening. We
meet Fridays, 7:30-8:30am, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church Fellowship Hall, 1159 Oak St. Membership is $60/year; Guests, no cost.
Somos Hispanas Unidas Susana Ghio, 503-873-7114
Non-profit community organization for Hispanic women and men to encourage women to become involved more actively in their communities, to encourage
their civic participation and school involvement. Meets second Friday of the month at the Community Center from 6:30 – 8:00pm.
Special Needs Support Group Silverton Together, 503-873-0405
A monthly support group for parents/guardians of children with disabilities. Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Silverton United
Methodist Church from 6:30 – 8:00pm. Call for more information. FREE
St. Bosco High School Mary Jo Hettwer, 503-873-5859
A private high school with a wholesome environment, teaching a classical curriculum in the Catholic tradition. Grades 8-12. Located: 9410 Rambler Rd.
St. Joseph Shelter 503-845-6147
Assistance to homeless families & housing for migrant men. They also have free food and clothing for the Mt Angel area families on Friday
1:00 – 4:00pm and emergency assistance for Mt. Angel area families (rent, utilities, etc.) daily by appointment only.
“Sunshine Through the Decades” Tours 503-873-2635
View 18 historic stained glass windows from 1910 depicting the Lord’s Prayer. Tour anytime by prior appointment. Free (donations accepted). Trinity
Lutheran Church, 500 N. Second St. Website: www.trinitylutheranonline.org
Tae Kwon Do Catharine Bonzani, 503-873-5774
Bailey’s Traditional Tae Kwon Do has been in Silverton for 25 years offering non-contact self defense classes. Great family fitness with family rates. Ages
8-80. Tues. & Thurs. 7- 8:30pm year round, St. Edward’s Episcopal Church, 211 W. Center St., $40/mo. Join anytime. Drop in visitors always welcome.
The Gordon House 503-874-6006
The only Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in the Pacific Northwest open to the public. Frequent special events. Tours are offered daily, with group rates
available. 869 W. Main St. Please call to make a reservation for tours and events. Email: email@example.com / www.thegordonhouse.org
Ongoing Groups and Resources
TOPS #OR342 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Donna, 503-873-3504
Non-profit weight loss support group, all ages. Every Thursday: weigh-in 6-6:30 pm, meeting 6:30 – 7:30. St. Paul’s Parish house 1420 Pine St. $26 yearly
national fee + $4 monthly local fee. Come have some fun!
TOPS #OR677 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Anne 503-873-6619, or Marilyn, 503-873-8246
TOPS is an organization to help you with your weight loss. You’re welcome to come visit. We are a friendly and encouraging group. Every Friday: weigh-in
8:30am, meeting 9:15-10:15 am. Open to all. First Baptist Church (go in kitchen door), 229 Westfield St. Cost $26 National dues/ year + $4 month club dues.
Veterans Services Kevin Crapser, 503-378-4917
Services for veterans with at least 180 days of service, combat veterans, or medically discharged veterans.
VFW Post 3004 Jim Cavaliere, 503-873-2514
Service club for veterans. Community activities include posting of flags. Meets every 1 Friday, 7:30 pm, at the Silverton Friends Church, 229 Eureka St.
Waldo Hills Community Club Bob Wachter, 503-845-6292
Potluck dinner with meeting and social time. 2 Saturday of the month, 6:30 pm. at 1245 Cascade Hwy. NE (4 miles south of Oregon Garden; just before
Sunnyview Rd.). All are welcome, Young & Young at heart. Please bring a dish of food for the potluck dinner. FREE.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children Program) 503-588-5057
Provides nutrition education, food supplements, and community referrals to eligible pregnant, post-partum, and breastfeeding women, infants to a year of
age, and children to the age of 5. Service is provided in Silverton from 8:30-12 and 1-4:30pm on Tuesdays (except 5 Tues. of month) at the 802 Schlador
St., (Old High School), James Street Gym Entrance. Call Marion County WIC Program for an appointment.
Willamette Valley Hospice 503-588-3600
Offers in-home hospice services, free grief support groups, and a variety of volunteer opportunities. Call for info.
Women’s Old Believer Support Group Mid- Valley Women’s Crisis Center, 503-378-1572
Free, confidential support group for women of Old Believer Community. Meets weekly from 6:15 – 7:45pm. Call for location in Woodburn.
Wyld Life Club Rosemary Schmidgall, 503-873-4600
A non-denominational Christian outreach for middle school age kids. A fun place to hangout on Saturday evenings. Games, basketball, music, activities and
fun times. Free! Meets Saturday evenings during school year, 7:00 pm, Mark Twain Gym. Call to find out which Saturdays.
Young Life Club Rosemary Schmidgall, 503-873-4600
Non-denominational Christian outreach for high school age kids. A place to come hang out and have fun on Monday evenings during the school year. Free.
Come join us! Skits, music, activities and food. Mondays; 7:29 pm at 300 Lewis St.
Young Parents Information & Support Group Silverton Together, 503-873-0405
A class that offers parenting tips, life skills (budgeting, cooking, etc.), information on local resources, and a tremendous support network for teen parents (up
to age 21) Weekly classes at Silverton High School starting Sept. Evening classes Sept. – May Child care provided. FREE
Zenith Women’s Club Rita Doerfler, 503-873-4464
Fun volunteer service organization for all ages. Meets Sept.-June at members’ homes, 2 Thursday of the month (3 Thursday in Sept.) at 7:30 pm.
SILVERTON CHILDREN’S SPORTS OPPORTUNITIES
Barracuda Swim Team www.wbst.org Cindy Morrison 503-999-4084
Silver Falls Soccer Club www.silverfallssc.org Ted Savage 888-454-2586x500
Silverton Mat Club www.silvertonmatclub.org Bob Peters 503-365-8680
Silverton Dance Team Bailey Bersin 503-873-3460
Silverton Swim Team firstname.lastname@example.org David Deckelmann 503-508-5085
Silverton Youth Football Tony Chandler 503-873-7696
Silverton Youth JBO (Junior Baseball) www.leaguelineup.com/silvertonjbo Darin Mancuso 503-999-6986
Silver Falls Family YMCA www.silverfallsymca.com Susan Sasano 503-873-0205