Wednesday, July 29, 2015

EOTSC20150813 Mouse Class at Coos Bay Library


    Coos Bay Public Library will be offering a BEGINNING COMPUTER MOUSE class for

novice computer users. Class will be held on Friday, August 14th from 9:30 a.m. to

11:00 a.m. at the Library’s Internet computers .  Seating is

limited so pre-registration is required. The sign-up sheet is available at the

Reference Desk in the Library.
    This session is designed for users who have no experience using computers or

have had trouble using a computer mouse. Attendees will become comfortable using a

mouse and an Internet browser. This will be an ideal chance for computer novices to

learn the most basic steps to getting on the Internet.
    There is no admission charged. Please call 269-1101 for further information on

this program.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Public Market Call Log July 27th 2015

  1. Cedar Chest, Compound hunting bow, 759 3303
  2. Diabetic Testing Machine with Strips $30, 217 9103
  3. FREE Tires 165/r/15 LT/215/R16 $5, Birdhouses, Condo, $5 - $25 294-9494
  4. Fish Tank $50,
  5. 18 Ft Tandem Axle, 404-7735
  6. Metal Storage Shed, Metal Siding, River Rock, 266-9885
  7. Coleman Power-mate Generator, $200 OBO 297 -8014
  8. AKC Registered Black Male Lab – 217-5485
  9. Rabbits 10 does, 297 -4559
  10.  WANT white wicker chair, orchard ladder, 271-1885
  11. S971-703 8377
  12. 2002 Ford Taurus, Pellet Stove, $200, TV and DVD $200 OBO, Boomboxes $20, 808-1092 808-0147
  13.  Bow 2015 Parker 60 pound draw compound bow $80 759-1091
  14.  Chevy Love Parts $250, 1993 Chevy 2 Wheel Drive PU, 302 V8 5 speed Manual,  Trade for FS Auto Pickup, 260-4810
  15. Small Dog 260-4810
  16. 1980 Winnebago, New Refrigerator $9000, 267 7376
  17. WANT rototiller
  18.  Karen – Male $250 German Shepard/Lab Puppies 971 703 8377
  19.  WANT small Camp Trailer 260-5995
  20. Jeremy Moving Sale Sand dollar Lane, 90757 BBQ, Libby
  21.  Yamaha 70 Yellow and Black 759 1010-
  22. Whirlpool Dryer, $75 OBO, Small Utility Trailer $125, 2.5 HP Gas Mower, 50 808-0274
  23. WANT webber Carburetor 808-0274
  24. 2 5 Gallon Propane Tanks with Gas $10 each, Small Pet Carrier $20, 2 5 gallon outboard tanks 271 -1628
  25. 2009 Honda Foreman 500, low miles, gun rack, Original Owner 290-8991
  26.  Coleman Power Mate $150, 10 horse, 297 8014
  27.  2000 Yamaha $2500 OBO 252 1125

Friday, July 24, 2015

EOTSC20150728 Coquille Valley Traditional Skills Center

The Coquille Valley Traditional Skills Center offers a FREE skills seminar every Sunday at 11:00am; At 273 N. Alder, Coquille. Most classes are hands-on, about two

hours long, often including an outdoor field trip. Recent topics include “Wild Food From the Beach”

“Net-making” and “Fire Starting.”
If you are interested in historical reenactments, survival

skills, or preparedness training, this group is for you! Visit them on Facebook to learn more about

upcoming events. In addition, there are free demonstrations at the Coquille Valley Farmer’s Market

all day Saturday.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Zentangle Class - Coos Art Museum - August 15th, 2015

Join Certified Zentangle├é® Teacher, Rosie Hill, on Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Coos Art Museum for "Zendalas: Tangling in the Round". For more information call (541) 267-3901 or visit

Pilot Neighborhood Watch Meeting August 11th, 2015

Pilot Neighborhood Watch Meeting

There is a pilot Neighborhood Watch meeting scheduled for August 11, 2015 at the Dolphin Players’ Theatre located at 580 Newmark Avenue.  The meeting will be at 6:00 pm and will last approximately an hour.

Sgt. Mike Shaffer and Officer Tom Lindahl with the Coos Bay Police Department will be in attendance to answer questions, outline what a Neighborhood Watch does, and how citizens might go about starting a program for their neighborhood.

We hope to see you there!

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Bandon Public Library Authors Night! Don't Miss It!

Monday, July 20, at 7 pm
Author Night at Bandon Library

1204 11th St SW
C. Edwin Fender
fiction adventure, memoirs, children's
Everyone welcome, no cost to attend, refreshments served

Coos Elderly Service FREE Bill Management Workshop!

 Coos Elderly Services is inviting you to attend a new free monthly workshop to

learn about techniques for successful, stress-free daily money management.

 The Bill Management Workshop will help you understand budgets, bills and

payments, document and debt management. It will also alert you of common fraud


 The workshop is designed for people of all ages and income levels, and is free

of charge.  
Those who struggle to manage their personal finances are at risk of losing their

independence.  Get assistance, keep independence!  The first workshop is

scheduled for July 22 at Coos Elderly Services. For more information call