Join us for an afternoon at The Wayne Morse Family Farm, a City of Eugene park. For the 2019 Historic Preservation Open House on Sunday, May 19th from 1:00 – 4:00pm. Located at 595 Crest Drive in Eugene.
There will be historic house tours, exhibits, horse carriage rides by Chafin Farms, Banjo the painting horse with McKenna, a performance by the Spencer Butte Middle School Jazz Band and an ice cream social.
Originally named Edgewood Farm, this site was home to Wayne Morse and his family for over 40 years. Wayne was a UO Law School Dean labor arbitrator and United States Senator advocating for free speech. His property became a City of Eugene Park in 1979. Built in 1936, the family home and farm were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
This event is sponsored by the Wayne Morse Historical Park Corporation. www.waynemorse.org
SHiNA Presentations – Red Cross & EWEB Emergency Preparedness
You’re Invited to the Southwest Hills Neighborhood Association General Meeting
On Sunday, April 7th, 3:00 – 5:00 pm, at 595 Crest Dr – Wayne Morse Family Farm
Please attend with your neighbors to get info, ask questions and discuss:
The Red Cross Prepare program will teach you to be “Red Cross Ready”
for disasters by using the steps to Be Informed, Make a Plan & Get a Kit.
The Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) will present the
“Pledge to Prepare” monthly preparedness program.
SHiNA will provide pizza, lemonade & a red “How Prepared Are You?” tote bag.
See you there!
SHiNA General Meeting on Sunday February 3rd, 1:00 – 3:00pm
at Wayne Morse Family Farm – 595 Crest Drive
Please join us and come to express yourself during public comments. Eugene Civic Alliance & Youth House will also present updates. Emergency Preparedness will be discussed to help ourselves & neighbors. The meeting was moved to an earlier time to accommodate Super Bowl enthusiasts.
During this holiday season please consider giving a donation to St. Vincent de Paul Youth House. SVdP is Lane County’s largest non profit human services organization. The youth house provides secure housing and counseling for 13 girls ages 16 through 18 for two years.
The SHiNA Board will hold its Elections on Sunday, November 4th from 2:00 – 4:00pm
at Wayne Morse Family Farm (595 Crest Drive).
Please consider joining the board and coming to vote. We will also have a Pacific Northwest Mushroom & Toadstool slideshow presentation from former LCC mycology instructor Ralph McDonald. Oregon is home to hundreds of species of edible mushrooms, several psychoactive species and to four dangerously poisonous species. Bring your mushroom questions and samples that you’d like identified.