A new day, new hours, and prime rib at the Smokehouse in Gales Creek are all on the menu.
A group of Gales Creek residents intending to bring back several community events that were halted by the COVID-19 pandemic will meet Thursday, August 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Gales Creek School library.
A spate of hot weather looms in the forecast: At least five days of mid-to-upper 90s, with the possibility of triple digits starting Sunday in the Willamette Valley. Prepare now.
Gales Creek’s Zephyr Farm will hold an open farm event Thursday, August 10, featuring free fresh veggies from the farm, shave ice, and tours of the organic farm in the Gales Creek Valley. Attendees were asked to RSVP.
“I’m gonna be learning a lot in the first year for sure,” Fischer said shortly after being sworn in for her first term on the Forest Grove Rural Fire Protection District Board Wednesday evening.
The 16th annual Gales Creek Community National Night out, absent since the onset of the pandemic, returned Tuesday night in full force.
The 16th Annual Gales Creek Community National Night Out is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 1, marking the return of one of the largest community events in Gales Creek since the onset of the pandemic.
You might see people climbing the roof of the Gales Creek School building that houses the Oak Grove Academy in the coming weeks.
That’s ok, they’re probably supposed to be there.
“If you’re interested in making a difference in your community, this is your chance,” FGF&R said, noting that no firefighting experience was needed to apply to be a volunteer firefighter.
The Gales Creek National Night Out, on hiatus since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, is coming back. A meeting Thursday evening at the Gales Creek Library is hoping to draw volunteers to help.