15th Annual International Migratory Bird Day Celebration Why Birds Matter Klamath Falls, OR – International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) celebrates and brings attention to bird migration, one of the most important and spectacular events in the Americas. IMBD began in 1993 and is now hosted at more than 600 sites from Canada to Argentina. To celebrate, the 15th Annual International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at Veterans Park. This year’s theme is “Why Birds Matter”. The event will provide numerous free activities for children of all ages including building birdhouses, bird walks, birding by boat, face painting, live birds, bird mist netting, craft and food booths and hourly gift giveaways.
There will also be live entertainment provided by Oregon Tech Pep Band, Pick’n’Roses with Bob Pickel and Tom Della-Rose, Oregon Tech Hawaii Club, The Lads of Leisure Celtic Group, and Melissa Stevens, Sean Gorey, and Ron Houck Trio.
Linkville Lopers will also be holding a ‘Run for the Birds’ to support International Migratory Bird Day. Pre-registration is cheaper and strongly encouraged. For additional information about the race contact Dave Hewitt at email@example.com or visit linkvillelopers.org.
The International Migratory Bird Day is sponsored by The Klamath Basin Geopower, Kla-Mo-Ya Casino, Herald & News Newspaper, Klamath Falls City Parks and the Great Outdoors Alliance, partnering with Klamath Watershed Partnership, Klamath Basin Audubon Society, Linkville Lopers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuges, Klamath WingWatchers, Inc., Home Depot, Diamond Home Improvement, and the U.S. Forest Service.
If you are interested in being vendor at this event, please go to http://www.klamathpartnership.org/ to obtain the vendor registration form. Registration applications must be submitted by April 18, 2014.
For information about this event, contact Cindy Deas at 541-892-0596 or firstname.lastname@example.org
12th Annual Taste of Klamath
Come and sample the best food and drinks the Basin has to offer at this “see and be seen” event. Eleven years and still going strong, the Taste of Klamath gives attendees a chance to sample bits and bites from restaurants, breweries, bakeries and bars from around Klamath, and it gives the vendors a chance to show-off and compete with each other. All in all, its always an event that draws a crowd and puts a smile on your face.
Art of Survival Northern California Cycle Challenge
Northern California Cycle Challenge Presents:
The Art of Survival
May 24th, 2014 from the Tulelake, California Fairgrounds
Early Registration (thru May 10th):
100 mile rideAll Ages$75
35 mile ride (Great for families!) $40
45 mile rideAll Ages$50
After May 10th:
100 mile rideAll Ages$85
35 mile ride (Great for families!) $45
45 mile rideAll Ages$55
Includes: Pre-ride meal on the 23rd at Discover Klamath Welcome Center at 205 Riverside Drive, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Food at the end of the ride. Post ride reception at the Favell Museum in Klamath Falls. Pool pass to the geothermally heated Elle Redkey pool in Klamath Falls.
Start times from Tulelake Fairgrounds:
100 mile ride7:30am
45 mile ride8:30am
35 mile ride9:30am
Contact Laurie Bagley @541-399-7226 or laurieb@LaurieBagley.com