Haynes Barn On Quilts

quilt22Haynes Ranch Notes

Using a photo taken by John Chapman, some of the members of the Double O Quilters, concerned with the condition of the Haynes ranch house, have used their sewing and artistic talents to produce four sets of representational wall hangings. These delightful quilts will be hung in the Immigrant Services building (SOICS) on Main Street Oliver beginning on Monday, June first.

Later, it is our the Quilters hope that various organizations and businesses in and around the community will be interested in displaying them in their establishments.

Picture and words submitted by Enid Baker

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Artisans Market

artisans market

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Come In To Good Karma

Good Karma 1st Year Anniversary May 30-31-2015

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Tour Music Cities

lakeside travel osoyoos

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Osoyoos Real Estate Guide Out Today

The latest Osoyoos Real Estate Guide is out today.  Pick up a copy at any real estate office, or click on the button ad at right to view the electronic version.Oreg poster

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Music In The Park

Poster no bleed

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Stewardship Society Volunteer Opportunities Coming

Road 22 information kiosk
Friday May 29th,
10am – 2pm drop by anytime or stay for the day!

Last fall we had an amazing group of volunteers who came out to help OSSS and the SOSCP to remove weeds and plant native trees and shrubs at the information kiosk at road 22.

This spring we are looking for a group of dedicated volunteers to help us make sure they live. We will be picking up garbage, watering last years planting, spreading native seed and pulling weeds to give our new little plants a chance!

Bring water, a lunch if you are staying over lunch and dress for the weather it can be unpredictable this time of year. We will bring tea, coffee, snacks, tools and work gloves.

Max lake
Saturday June 6th
9am – 2pm, drop by anytime or stay all day
Some volunteers clipping purple loosestrife
We are looking for volunteers to help us pull weeds and pick up garbage along Max Lake road. Come up and join us in this fabulous spot. Bring along your binoculars and enjoy the many birds, dragonflies and wildflowers. Max lake is a refuge for many of our rare and endangered plant and wildlife species help us keep the weeds out so these animals can continue to thrive!

Bring water, a lunch if you are staying over lunch. Make sure you wear long pants and closed toed shoes as there is a bit of poison ivy around. We will bring tea, coffee, snacks, tools and work gloves.

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