Calendar of Events – What’s Brewing?

What’s Brewing?  A public forum that presents current events and issues
happening locally, regionally and at the state level.

…And its absolutely free thanks to the generous support of
stcharleshealthsystem


The last Wednesday of the month we switch
to an evening event!
5:00 pm social | 5:30 – 6:30 pm forum

Meadow Lakes Restaurant
(The crew at Meadow Lakes is offering a special happy hour menu – so come early!)
300 SW Meadow Lakes Drive
Prineville, OR 97754


September 27th
Patti Norris, Central Oregon Community College

From kitchen to k-ching!  Patti tells us how COCC is helping community members market their food recipe.  The Small Business Development Center equips you with the knowledge to produce safe and wholesome consumer products – from product development, to packing, distributing and selling.
To learn more and spread the word, download and post the flyer –> September 27th Flyer


We hope to see you bright and early
for our Wednesday morning events below.
7:00 – 8:00 am

Meadow Lakes Restaurant
The coffee is on us!
Hungry? Enjoy a fantastic no-host breakfast – its worth every penny!
300 SW Meadow Lakes Drive
Prineville, OR 97754

October 4th
Vicki Ryan, Crook County Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

Vicki is joined by a panel of community leaders to discuss the impacts on our community from the influx of tourists who swarmed our community for the eclipse.
To learn more and spread the word, download and post the flyer –>  October 4th Flyer

October 11th
Kevin Barclay, Central Oregon Arts and Culture Alliance

What impacts to arts and culture have on our Central Oregon economy?  We don’t generally put arts and culture and economic enhancement together, but results from Central Oregon Arts and Culture Alliance show a profound connection.
To learn more and spread the word, download and post the flyer –> October 11th Flyer

October 18th
Katie McClure – Director, TRACES Central Oregon
(Trauma, Resiliency, and Adverse Childhood Experiences)

Crook County On The Move hosts this presentation, bringing Katie to present a 101 presentation developed by experts form around Central Oregon to talk about the impacts and identify the first exposures to trauma and toxic stress.  How does this problem show up in our community?  What are we doing well to address it?  What more can we do?  To learn more and spread the word, download and post the flyer –> October 18th Flyer


The last Wednesday of the month we switch
to an evening event!
5:00 pm social | 5:30 – 6:30 pm forum

Meadow Lakes Restaurant
(The crew at Meadow Lakes is offering a special happy hour menu – so come early!)
300 SW Meadow Lakes Drive
Prineville, OR 97754

October 25th, 2017
Jason Carr

Solar farms are springing up in and around our community, including the largest one in Oregon.  Jason will discuss the benefits and the impacts of this industry that is relatively new to our area.  To learn more and spread the word,
download and post the flyer –>  October 25th Flyer


Upcoming Events:

November 1st – Lucy Belgum, Volunteer Coordinator-Mountain Star Nursery

November 8th – Damon Runberg, Central Oregon Regional Economist

November 15th – Greg Sanders, Director – Redemption House Ministries 

November 29th – Mike Ryan, Crook County Search and Rescue

Be sure to extend a special appreciation to our title sponsor, St Charles Health Systems and coffee sponsor Darrell Wisseman, Edward Jones Financial Advisor next time you see them!


** The Crook County Foundation is not politically affiliated and in no way endorses a political position in any of our events **


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