Dorris Ranch Dirt Dash: The 2018 Results

Our first-ever Dorris Ranch Dirt Dash is in the books, and we had a great time! We welcomed 24 participants this year, including 15 who were a part of our Willamalane Youth Cross Country team. We are looking forward to holding this event again next …

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Two50 Closed 10/17-10/18

10/17-10/18: Two50 youth center will be closed as the space will be used for Night of 11,000 Stars.

Kelly Field is Open for Play

We’re pleased to announce that the Mike Kelly Field at Les Schwab Sports Park is re-opened with brand-new synthetic turf! In addition to soccer field striping, this field is improved with football striping which adds new capabilities for football games in the district.

The previous synthetic …

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Free Trials! New Group Exercise Classes for Fall 2018

Check out these NEW group exercise classes for fall 2018. Add these new classes to your list and try them once for FREE!

 

Strong

Strong by Zumba combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves to music.

Bob Keefer Center     Starts 9/19     W        5:30pm

Yoga …

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Instructor Highlight: Cindy O’Brien

Cindy O’Brien knows that it’s not easy to receive an Osteoporosis diagnosis. When she received her diagnosis, it changed her life, and she decided to become her own success story.

“I got into teaching fitness to adults 50 and older because I found out that I …

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Haunted Hayride FAQs

Haunted Hayride is one of our favorite community events, and it sells out very quickly. So we’ve made an FAQ to help you make sure you get your tickets on time so you can enjoy the ride! This information is up-to-date for our 2018 event.

What …

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Filbert Harvest Underway

Dorris Ranch will be undergoing its first filbert harvest of the season from Wednesday, Sept. 19 to Friday, Sept. 21. At this point we do not plan on closing the orchard, but please follow posted signage and exercise caution during your visit.

Hands-on Electronics Classes with Doug Weiss

Doug Weiss has been teaching electronics classes for decades in the Eugene Springfield area. Basic skills like circuit building and soldering will help you start your project off right, whether you are repairing a lamp or building a robot.

Take it to the next level and …

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