- A senior citizen fitness class is held Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 10:45 at the Senior Building. After class, participants can eat brunch. Today’s meal will be Chicken Pasole (puh-So-lee).
- Warm Springs Exercise classes today… at 12:10 its Functional Fitness in the Community Center Aerobics room and Pilates Yoga Class in Pod A at the Health and Wellness Center. Functional Fitness focuses on functional movement, cardio, weights, core and more. Piyo class is a combination of pilates and yoga, with a focus on strength and balance.
- There is a Behavior Health Walk-In Clinic today – appointments are available between 1 and 5pm. The Medical Social Workers at the clinic can help with screenings, assessments, crisis intervention and many other things for children, adolescents and adults.
- The Warm Springs Presbyterian Church Christmas Bazzar is Today. They will have gift items and a food fundraiser with Indian Taco’s on the menu.
- The Central Oregon Disability Support Network in collaboration with Redmond Cinema is hosting a sensory friendly opportunity to see Frozen 2 tomorrow starting at 9:30am. This is a special opportunity for families to enjoy a first run, feature film in a safe and accepting environment. The Movie will start promptly at 9:30am and won’t show previews or advertisements. Tickets are available at the theater for $7 per child ages 11 and under and $8 for ages 12 and up.
- The Canyon Rumble Frozen Half Marathon is taking place tomorrow through Willow Canyon in Madras starting at 10am. Racers can choose to run the half marathon, 10k or 5k routes, which all follow the same course. The race features a mix of paved, gravel and dirt trails, along with some challenging terrain. You can register and pay fees online at madras runners dot com slash canyon dash rumble.
The Madras High Girls basketball team has extended their fundraiser through Sunday. You can order from one of the players OR you can visit their online store at www.fancloth.shop/P8VEV . For more information you can call coach Jerin Say at 541-777-7904.
The Project Zero challenge encourages you to maintain and not gain weight over the holidays. Today’s tip is to drink half your body weight in water (oz)
The 2020 Census begins April 1st. The U.S. Census counts all residents in the United States every 10 years. The Warm Springs Complete Count Committee encourages everyone to be counted.
The HAPPI Holiday Giving project is accepting applications for Youth 18 and younger. You can pick up applications at the Warm Spring Library in the Family Resource Center – which is where you turn the applications in too. You can also pick up an application at the Warm Springs K-8 office and at the GROW program next to CPS. Applications are due this Friday. Also – donations of unwrapped gift items for children are being accepted until December 16th.
Items are now being collected for the 2020 Warm Springs Point in Time Homeless Survey. You can provide for those in need who are currently experiencing homelessness by contributing useful items that can be dropped with Martha at the Commodities Building or Buffy at the Family Resource Center. https://kwso.org/2019/10/help-the-homeless/
If you have unused or expired medications you need to get rid of, the Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center now has a MedSafe drop box to dispose of old meds. Bring them to large blue box located in the pharmacy waiting area to safely dispose of unneeded medications.
The Warm Springs Recreation Department is having their Annual Car Light Parade on Wednesday December 11th . Line-up will be at the old Warm Springs Elementary school starting at 4pm. Judging will take place at 5:15pm and the parade starts at 6. For more information call 541-553-3243