Community Thanksgiving Meal
Thursday, November 23 from 11am-3pm at The Barn in Bandon City Park
Langlois Public Library Events
A representative from South Coast Business Employment Corporation (SCBEC)/WORKSOURCE Oregon will be available the third Tuesday of every month at
the Langlois Library. Job Seekers and business representatives
are encouraged to stop by to discuss available
services. Classroom training and On-the-Job Training
programs are available for eligible individuals. SCBEC currently
provides Certified Nurses Assistance training at the Coos Bay Corporate
Headquarters. Appointments may be made by calling Mo Aakre at 541
and Learn Story Time at the Langlois Public Library selected Fridays 11
am to 12:30 pm. The Langlois Public Library is partnering with
Kaleidoscope Play & Learn to bring an interactive story time to you
and your child (0-5 years). We’ll be telling stories, doing
crafts, playing games, and having fun learning. Come join us November 10th, 17th and December 1st, 8th, and 15th. For more information call the Langlois Public Library at 541 348 2066.
Interesting Langlois Presents: Helen Picca, author of The Last Frontier of the Fading West, November 29th at 6pm at
the Langlois Public Library. The Last Frontier of the Fading West is a
work of historical fiction. October 1942. A tanker is torpedoed off the
coast of Port Orford. Thus begins a story rich in history, of love and
life by the sea. Helen Picca is a former Marketing Executive from NYC
and holds a BA in English from Marymount College, where she learned to
love the written word. She visited Port Orford, OR, several years ago
quite by accident, and fell in love with the place. Since that fateful
day, she has been living there and enjoying the many wonders of the
HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR IN LANGLOIS
the season with a visit to the 22nd Annual Holiday Craft Fair at the
Lions Hall on Floras Loop Road just south of Langlois. The Fair will be held on Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.and is sponsored by the Langlois Lions and the Friends of the Langlois Library.
South Coast artists and craftspeople will be displaying a fabulous
array of creations which will make shopping for holiday gifts a
pleasure. Whether you are looking for a gift of wood, metal,
fiber or locally grown food, you will find unique and surprising gifts
at the Langlois Holiday Craft Fair.
a friend and treat yourself to a lunch by Sandie McDonald.
Friday, Sandie is serving her incredible chicken pot pie.
Saturday, Icelandic Beef Meat Stew and thunder bread are on the
menu. Vegetarian options are available.
for the Craft Fair signs on Highway 101. Parking is plentiful. Great
shopping, food and friends! For more information, call the
Langlois Public Library at 541-348-2066.
Community Health Center will be providing Health Insurance Marketplace
assistance at Langlois Library on December 7, 2017 from 3pm-6pm. Our
Certified Assister will be able to complete new and renewal
applications through the Marketplace and answer any questions. This
service is free, confidential and open to all. For any questions,
please call our Bandon Outreach Office at 541-347-2529 ext. 120.
For more information call the Langlois Public Library at 541-348-2066.
Local Habitat for Humanity is now accepting Qualifying Applications
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity is now accepting Qualifying Applications
for their Brush with Kindness/Critical Home Repair Program. This Qualifying Application cycle will be open November 6, 2017-December 1, 2017.
home repairs are defined as being detrimental to the health and/or
safety of the homeowner. Categories of repairs include, but are
not limited to: roof, windows, siding, entryways/porches, and ramps.
Coos Bay Area Habitat staff and volunteers complete the repair work.
Minimum program qualifications:
- Applicants must own the home.
- The home must be the primary residence of the homeowner for 2 or more years prior to application date.
- Applicants must be current on mortgage payments and property taxes.
Household income must be 60% or less of Coos County Area Median Income
(AMI). Gross income for all adults(18+) residing in the home will be
participants are expected to repay a portion of the material costs of
the repair project through an affordable, no-interest loan.
Participants will also be required to partner with Coos Bay Area
Habitat by contributing “sweat equity.” Some examples of
sweat equity include construction, painting, office work, special
events, and providing refreshments for volunteers.
Home Repair Qualifying Applications are available at: Coos Bay Area
Habitat’s ReStore, 776 S. 2nd St., Coos Bay; on our website, www.coosbayhabitat.org;
or by mail, call 541-756-9080. Qualifying Applications will be
processed as they are received. This application cycle closes at 5pm on
December 1, 2017.