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Beyond Toxics works to guarantee environmental protections and health for all communities and residents. We expose root causes of toxic pollution and help communities find effective, lasting solutions.

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Beyond Toxics works to guarantee environmental protections and health for all communities and residents. We expose root causes of toxic pollution and help communities find effective, lasting solutions.

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Jan. 15th Town Hall Panel and Community Dialog: Forestry, Herbicides and Health in Newport, OR

Town Hall Panel and Community Dialog: Forestry, Herbicides and Health Jan. 15th meeting to be moderated by Lincoln County Commissioner Bill Hall
Where:Newport High School Library in Newport, OR
When: Jan 15, 2015 from 08:30 PM to 11:30 PM
Contact: Lisa Arkin
Phone: (541) 465-8860
Email: larkin@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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Modeled after successful meetings held in other Oregon coastal towns that drew hundreds of people, residents of Newport have organized a town hall style meeting. On January 15 a panel of six expert speakers will talk about topics such as the Oregon Forest Practices Act, human health impacts of pesticides, legal and economics and trends in forestry. Included on the panel will be private consultants, as well as, representatives from Oregon Health Department and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
The Town Hall is being organized by a coalition of coastal residents and is sponsored by Beyond Toxics, an Oregon non-profit actively engaging rural communities to learn about protecting drinking water from the threat of forestry herbicide use. The free event will be held January 15, 2015 at the Newport High School Library.
A light dinner will be served at 5:30 pm ($6 donation) and the program begins at 7:00 pm.
MORE: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
Contacts:
Lisa Arkin, Beyond Toxics Executive Director (541) 465-8860 | larkin@beyondtoxics.org
or
Maria Krause: (541) 961-6385 | mkrausster@gmail.com

Modeled after successful meetings held in other Oregon coastal towns that drew hundreds of people, residents of Newport have organized a town hall style meeting. On January 15 a panel of six expert speakers will talk about topics such as the Oregon Forest Practices Act, human health impacts of pesticides, legal and economics and trends in forestry. Included on the panel will be private consultants, as well as, representatives from Oregon Health Department and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
The Town Hall is being organized by a coalition of coastal residents and is sponsored by Beyond Toxics, an Oregon non-profit actively engaging rural communities to learn about protecting drinking water from the threat of forestry herbicide use. The free event will be held January 15, 2015 at the Newport High School Library. 
A light dinner will be served at 5:30 pm ($6 donation) and the program begins at 7:00 pm. 
MORE:http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
Lisa Arkin, Beyond Toxics Executive Director (541) 465-8860 | larkin@beyondtoxics.orgorMaria Krause: (541) 961-6385 | mkrausster@gmail.com

 

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Jan. 15th Town Hall Panel and Community Dialog: Forestry, Herbicides and Health in Newport, OR

Town Hall Panel and Community Dialog: Forestry, Herbicides and Health - Jan. 15th meeting to be moderated by Lincoln County Commissioner Bill Hall
Where:Newport High School Library in Newport, OR
When: Jan 15, 2015 from 08:30 PM to 11:30 PM
Contact: Lisa Arkin
Phone: (541) 465-8860
Email: larkin@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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Modeled after successful meetings held in other Oregon coastal towns that drew hundreds of people, residents of Newport have organized a town hall style meeting. On January 15 a panel of six expert speakers will talk about topics such as the Oregon Forest Practices Act, human health impacts of pesticides, legal and economics and trends in forestry. Included on the panel will be private consultants, as well as, representatives from Oregon Health Department and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
The Town Hall is being organized by a coalition of coastal residents and is sponsored by Beyond Toxics, an Oregon non-profit actively engaging rural communities to learn about protecting drinking water from the threat of forestry herbicide use. The free event will be held January 15, 2015 at the Newport High School Library.
A light dinner will be served at 5:30 pm ($6 donation) and the program begins at 7:00 pm.
MORE: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
Contacts:
Lisa Arkin, Beyond Toxics Executive Director (541) 465-8860 | larkin@beyondtoxics.org
or
Maria Krause: (541) 961-6385 | mkrausster@gmail.com

Modeled after successful meetings held in other Oregon coastal towns that drew hundreds of people, residents of Newport have organized a town hall style meeting. On January 15 a panel of six expert speakers will talk about topics such as the Oregon Forest Practices Act, human health impacts of pesticides, legal and economics and trends in forestry. Included on the panel will be private consultants, as well as, representatives from Oregon Health Department and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
The Town Hall is being organized by a coalition of coastal residents and is sponsored by Beyond Toxics, an Oregon non-profit actively engaging rural communities to learn about protecting drinking water from the threat of forestry herbicide use. The free event will be held January 15, 2015 at the Newport High School Library. 
A light dinner will be served at 5:30 pm ($6 donation) and the program begins at 7:00 pm. 
MORE:http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
Lisa Arkin, Beyond Toxics Executive Director (541) 465-8860 | larkin@beyondtoxics.orgorMaria Krause: (541) 961-6385 | mkrausster@gmail.com

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Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day in Salem

Beyond Toxics and Oregon Wild are sponsoring a Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day! We will be gathering in Salem to speak with our legislators about the importance of passing SB-613, the “Public Health and Water Resources Protection Act.”
Where:Oregon State Capitol
When: Mar 12, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 07:00 PM
Contact: Joel Iboa
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: jiboa@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day in Salem

WHEN: Thursday, March 12, 2015 – 9 am – 4 pm

WHERE: Oregon State Capitol, Salem, Oregon | Carpooling from Eugene planned

What does SB 613 Accomplish?
http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/#SB613

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Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day in Salem

Beyond Toxics and Oregon Wild are sponsoring a Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day! We will be gathering in Salem to speak with our legislators about the importance of passing SB-613, the “Public Health and Water Resources Protection Act.”
Where:State Capitol in Salem
When: Mar 12, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Contact: Joel Iboa
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: jiboa@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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Beyond Toxics and Oregon Wild are sponsoring a Forestry Pesticide Reform Advocacy Day! We will be gathering in Salem to speak with our legislators about the importance of passing SB-613, the “Public Health and Water Resources Protection Act.”
WHEN: Thursday, March 12, 2015 – 9 am – 4 pm
WHERE: Oregon State Capitol, Salem, Oregon | Carpooling from Eugene planned
Advance registration required: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/

 

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Love Your West Eugene Wetlands Bike Tour

Beyond Toxics and Mountain Rose Herbs presents, Love Your West Eugene Wetlands Bike Tour
Where:Mountain Rose Herbs: 4020 Stewart Rd, Eugene, OR 97402
When: Jun 06, 2015 from 01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Contact: Joel Iboa
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: jiboa@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/BikeTour/
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Join us on Saturday June 6th at 10 AM for a free, family-friendly event. The bike tour will begin at Mountain Rose Herbs across from the Stewart Ponds wetlands. Enjoy a scenic adventure along the Fern Ridge Bike Path where it will lead into the “We are Bethel” Celebration located at the Petersen Barn Community Center.

Free bike valet and opportunities to win prizes!

The route: Please meet at Mountain Rose Herbs (4020 Stewart Rd, Eugene, OR 97402) at 10am. We will ride along the Fern Ridge Bike Path and other bike paths and end at the We Are Bethel community celebration at Petersen Barn (12pm-5pm, 870 Berntzen Rd, Eugene, OR 97402). This route is 4.8 miles long.

 

Please email Joel Iboa or call 541-465-8860 by May 29th for information, children’s bikes, adaptive bikes, and helmets.
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End-of-Summer Bee-Watching Nature Walks

Led by local Naturalist/Pollination Biologist Brian Dykstra...
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When: Sep 12, 2015 04:00 PM to Sep 13, 2015 04:00 PM
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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WHAT: End-of-Summer Bee Walk.
WHEN: 1 pm. Saturday, September 12, 2015.
WHERE: University of Oregon Urban Farm (between Onyx and Riverfront Pkwy, along the Mill Race path), north side of Franklin.
Details:
Come walk-outdoors and observe/learn about bees in the wild. Local Naturalist/Pollination Biologist Brian Dykstra will be leading a walk starting on the University of Oregon Campus and along the Willamette River trail. Bring a camera and be ready for some amazing surprises! No bee suits required.
SUNDAY’S WALK
WHAT: End-of-Summer Bee Walk.
WHEN: 1 pm. Sunday, September 13, 2015.
WHERE: University of Oregon Urban Farm (between Onyx and Riverfront Pkwy, along the Mill Race path), north side of Franklin.
Details:
Come walk-outdoors and observe/learn about bees in the wild. Local Naturalist/Pollination Biologist Brian Dykstra will be leading a walk/talk about bees through Hendricks Park. Bring a camera and be ready for some amazing surprises! No bee suits required.

 

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“Fairness for the Land and the Worker” 2015 Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force Meeting

You are invited to attend “Fairness for the Land and the Worker:” 2015 Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force Meeting. This is is a statewide meeting of the Governor’s Oregon Environmental Task Force. Participants will have the opportunity to provide personal testimony to this Environmental Justice Task Force.
Where:Medford Public Library
When: Sep 25, 2015 from 01:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Contact: Joel Iboa
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: jiboa@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/#WorkerJustice
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Date: Friday, September 25, 2015
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (lunch provided)
Location: Medford Public Library

Date: Friday, September 25, 2015

Time: 10:00am — 4:00pm (lunch provided)

10:00 — Task Force Business

11:00 — Panel: “What does Environmental Justice Look Like in Oregon?

Speakers: Ramon Ramirez, PCUN; Dagoberto Morales, Unete; Carl Wilmsen, NW Forest Worker Center; Joel Iboa, Beyond Toxics

12:00 – Lunch

1:00 – Public Testimony/Narratives

Location: Medford Public Library, 205 S Central Ave. Medford, Oregon (google map)

Bilingual – Everyone is Welcome (Spanish language headsets available)

Transportation: Free Buses will depart from Salem and Eugene areas. Reservation Required. Email – jiboa@beyondtoxics.org

WHAT: A coalition of five Oregon-based environmental justice organizations – PCUN, Unete, Beyond Toxics, Oregon Action and NW Forest Worker Center – are hosting the September 25th meeting of the Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force.

The Environmental Justice Task Force was created by Governor Kitzhaber and the Legislature to help protect Oregonians from disproportionate environmental impacts on minority and low-income populations. The legislation that created the EJTF requires state agencies to give communities of color and low-income communities knowledge and access to improve decisions that affect environment and the health of all Oregonians.

WHY: This Environmental Justice Gathering is a landmark event for Oregon. Harsh working conditions and exposure to toxic chemicals is a serious concern in Oregon. Workers, minority residents and rural communities have the greatest burden of exposure and harm.

ACTION:
• Please send a representative from your organization to the September 25th Environmental Justice Gathering in Medford.

• INVITE OTHERS TO ATTEND! With a united presence, we can share the powerful stories of our experiences to advance justice.

LOGISTICS:
For more information, contact Joel Iboa, Beyond Toxics Environmental Justice Community Outreach Manager. Office: 541-465-8860 - Email: jiboa@beyondtoxics.org

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For additional information about the Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force contact Chair Ben Duncan (benjamin.e.duncan@multco.us) or Co-Chair Jon Ostar (jon@opalpdx.org)

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15 Years of Feisty: An Anniversary Celebration for Beyond Toxics

WHAT: 15 Years of Feisty: An Anniversary Celebration for Beyond Toxics WHEN: Friday, February 5, 2016 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM WHERE: Capitello Wine Bar: 540 Charnelton St., Eugene OR 97401 COST: $30 / $35 at the door
Where:Capitello Wine Bar
When: Feb 05, 2016 from 05:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Contact: Christine Cameron
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/15-years-of-feisty-an-anniversary-celebration/
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Master of Ceremonies comedienne Leigh Anne Jasheway will have you laughing while you enjoy organic food catered by Alma, FREE Coconut Bliss ice cream and other desserts and local wines. Special guest appearance from Activist Extraordinaire and Founder Mary O’Brien. Enjoy live music performed by A Side of Beets with Halie Loren, featuring members of the Sugar Beets and bid for exciting packages in our Live Auction!

In our fifteen years, Beyond Toxics has fought to safeguard Oregon’s environmental health! Over that time frame we have led a number of important statewide projects that guard Oregonians against harmful pollution such as field burning, ground water contamination and air pollution. With your support, we’ve accomplished significant legislative reforms built upon the vision of our supporters. Dynamic community engagement that has always been central to Beyond Toxics’ mission.

Contact: Christine: 541-465-8860 | events@beyondtoxics.org

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Speak up on Milwaukie City Council vote to Ban Neonics!

Oregon bees need your help right now! Rally and testify in support of the Protect Milwaukee Pollinators Ordinance before the City Council. Join us for a public hearing on March 1st at 6:30 pm in Council Chambers of Milwaukee City Hall. The hearing will be held in the Council Chambers: 10722 SE Main Street | Milwaukie, OR 97222
Where:Milwaukie City Hall
When: Mar 01, 2016 from 06:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Contact: Lisa Arkin
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: info@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/work/save-oregons-bees/milwaukie-oregon-pollinator-protection-ordinance/
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Meet Up! Get Involved on March 1!
Gather with Beyond Toxics on the City Hall steps at 6:00pm to rally for Save Oregon’s Bees! We’ll bring some signs! Bring your signs and bee costumes to show your support for bees! Please join us in raising our voice for Oregon’s pollinators.

Act now to protect bees, right here in Multnomah County!
Beyond Toxics urges you to take action support this ordinance. It will save pollinators by prohibiting the use of neonicotinoid insecticides (“neonics”) on city property. Thank the Milwaukee City Government for addressing pollinator protections!

What if I can’t attend the hearing on March 1st?
Your written comments are VERY important. This is true even if you don’t live in Milwaukee because bees know no boundaries – they can forage for miles!

If you cannot attend please take a moment to visit our Take Action page to gather a few facts for your written comments…and send an email or call the City Commissioners.

Further details: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/work/save-oregons-bees/milwaukie-oregon-pollinator-protection-ordinance/

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Film showing of "Behind The Emerald Curtain"

You are invited to join Beyond Toxics and Oregon Wild in Florence, Oregon this Thursday evening, April 7th to see "Behind The Emerald Curtain," a behind-the-scenes exposé on Oregon's dirty logging and pesticide spraying secrets. Q&A and discussion will follow.
Where:City Lights Cinemas in Florence, Oregon - 1930 US HWY 101
When: Apr 07, 2016 from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Contact: Lisa Arkin
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: info@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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Volunteer Meet-Up & Pizza Party

Meet the staff of Beyond Toxics and learn how you can get involved in one of our campaigns for a clean and just Oregon! FREE pizza and beverages!
Where:McNail-Riley House, 601 W 13th Ave, Eugene, OR
When: Apr 28, 2016 from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Contact: Krystal Abrams
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: volunteers@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/get-involved/volunteer/
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Find out more about our internships and volunteer opportunities: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/get-involved/volunteer/


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Pints for Pollinators

Won't you join us for a pint of amazing beer and help Beyond Toxics save Oregon's bees?
Where:Viking Braggot Brewpub
When: May 21, 2016 from 02:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Contact: Christine
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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You are invited to join us at Pints for Pollinators on Saturday, May 21 from 2-6 pm.
This party is hosted by Viking Braggot and sponsored by Mountain Rose Herbs.
Jam to music by Tim McLaughlin’s Revolving Trio
For every pint sold, $1 goes to our Save Oregon’s Bees campaign across Oregon!
A RAFFLE AND DOOR PRIZE OFFERED.
At 3 PM, find out how you can get involved to help save bees and get tips for creating a bee-friendly garden.
Viking Braggot Co. is located at 520 Commercial St., Unit F in West Eugene 97402 (google map)

 

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Pints for Pollinators

Won't you join us for a pint of amazing beer and help Beyond Toxics save Oregon's bees?
Where:Viking Braggot Brewpub
When: May 21, 2016 from 02:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Contact: Christine
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/
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You are invited to join us at Pints for Pollinators on Saturday, May 21 from 2-6 pm.
This party is hosted by Viking Braggot and sponsored by Mountain Rose Herbs.
Jam to music by Tim McLaughlin’s Revolving Trio
For every pint sold, $1 goes to our Save Oregon’s Bees campaign across Oregon!
A RAFFLE AND DOOR PRIZE OFFERED.
At 3 PM, find out how you can get involved to help save bees and get tips for creating a bee-friendly garden.
Viking Braggot Co. is located at 520 Commercial St., Unit F in West Eugene 97402 (google map)
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Beauty Of The Bee Photo Contest - 2016

YOU CAN HELP SAVE BEES BY CAPTURING THEIR SPECIAL BEAUTY. Send us your favorite original photo (or 30 sec. video) of bees in any setting, whether in the wild or in your own back yard. We will accept one photo and/or one video clip entry per person.
Where:ONLINE
When: Jul 25, 2016 01:00 PM to Aug 11, 2016 12:05 PM
Contact: John Jordan-Cascade
Phone: 5414658860
Email: info@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/2016-beauty-bee-photo-contest/
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YOU CAN HELP SAVE BEES BY CAPTURING THEIR SPECIAL BEAUTY. Send us your favorite original photo of bees in any setting, whether in the wild or in your own back yard. We will accept one photo entry per person.

Also, WE WELCOME VIDEO CLIPS! make and submit a video (up to 30 sec.) that shows what bee love means to you! Do you love to watch them collect pollen on a beautiful flower? Do you enjoy making a delicious treat with honey? Bee creative! We will display the photo entries and video clips on our Facebook page on our Facebook page so you can follow the contest and VOTE! We will accept one video entry per person.
DEADLINE: Thursday, August 11th, 2015: 12 Noon.

Read the full rules

We look forward to seeing your submissions! Thanks for caring about bees!

 

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Celebrate Oregon Native Bee Conservation Day!

Help Beyond Toxics Celebrate Oregon Native Bee Conservation Day!
Where:
When: Jul 25, 2016 from 05:35 PM to 05:35 PM
Contact: Christine Cameron
Phone: 5414658860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/#NativeBeeDay
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Saturday, August 20, our friends at Cornucopia and Mountain Rose Herbs are joining us to celebrate Governor Brown’s Proclamation for the 2nd Annual Oregon Native Bee Conservation Day! Cornucopia will donate a portion of all sales at both locations to our work to Save Oregon’s Bees.
Attention foodies! Cornucopia is cooking exclusive bites using Mountain Rose Herbs spices as well as crafting refreshing drinks and libations using Mountain Rose Herbs Pollinator Tea only available on August 20th. Don’t miss out on tasting these mouthwatering treats!
We will also be announcing the winners of the “Beauty of the Bee” Photo and Video Contest.
Read Governor Brown’s Proclamation establishing Aug. 15th, 2016 as Oregon Native Bees Conservation Awareness Day (PDF)

 

 

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Bee Jazzy, a special evening of wine and jazz to benefit saving bees!

Join us for wine, food, an amazing silent auction and LIVE jazz music at the beautiful Silvan Ridge Winery in Southwest Eugene, Oregon! Each ticket ($30 each) includes one glass of delicious Silvan Ridge wine!
Where:
When: Aug 15, 2016 from 03:35 PM to 03:35 PM
Contact: Christine Cameron
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-bee-jazzy-concert-tickets-26182620924
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Spread out your blanket and relax under the summer evening sky as you enjoy a glass of your favorite Silvan Ridge wine and listen to music by A Side of Beets with Halie Lorenfeaturing members of the Sugar Beets.

NEW promotion! Want a FREE ticket to Bee Jazzy? Enter our 4th Annual “Beauty of the Bee” Photo and Video Contest and you just might win! All finalists will get a FREE ticket and the FIRST PLACE winner will get two Bee Jazzy tickets! – ENTER TODAY!

WHATBEE JAZZY, A special evening of wine and jazz to benefit our work to save the bees, featuring music by A Side of Beets

WHENThursday, August 25, 2016 | 5:30 – 9 pm

WHERESilvan Ridge Winery | 27012 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405 (google map)

Food cart provided by SPORKS A LA CART!

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Bee Jazzy, a special evening of wine and jazz to benefit saving bees!

Join us for wine, food, an amazing silent auction and LIVE jazz music at the beautiful Silvan Ridge Winery in Southwest Eugene, Oregon! Each ticket ($30 each) includes one glass of delicious Silvan Ridge wine!
Where:Silvan Ridge Winery
When: Aug 25, 2016 from 05:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Contact: Christine Cameron
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-bee-jazzy-concert-tickets-26182620924
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Spread out your blanket and relax under the summer evening sky as you enjoy a glass of your favorite Silvan Ridge wine and listen to music by Halie Lorenfeaturing members of the Sugar Beets.

NEW promotion! Want a FREE ticket to Bee Jazzy? Enter our 4th Annual “Beauty of the Bee” Photo and Video Contest and you just might win! All finalists will get a FREE ticket and the FIRST PLACE winner will get two Bee Jazzy tickets! – ENTER TODAY!

WHATBEE JAZZY, A special evening of wine and jazz to benefit our work to save the bees, featuring music by A Side of Beets

WHENThursday, August 25, 2016 | 5:30 – 9 pm

WHERESilvan Ridge Winery | 27012 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405 (google map)

Food cart provided by SPORKS A LA CART!

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Celebrate Oregon Native Bee Conservation Day!

Saturday, August 20, our friends at Cornucopia and Mountain Rose Herbs are joining us to celebrate Governor Brown’s Proclamation for the 2nd Annual Oregon Native Bee Conservation Day! Cornucopia will donate a portion of all sales at both locations to our work to Save Oregon’s Bees.
Where:Cornucopia Restaurant - both locations in Eugene
When: Aug 20, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Contact: Christine Cameron
Phone: 541-465-8860
Email: events@beyondtoxics.org
On the web: http://www.beyondtoxics.org/events/#NativeBeeDay
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Attention foodies! Cornucopia is cooking exclusive bites using Mountain Rose Herbs spices as well as crafting refreshing drinks and libations using Mountain Rose Herbs Pollinator Tea only available on August 20th. Don’t miss out on tasting these mouthwatering treats!

CORNUCOPIA IN EUGENE:

Corny’s on 17th:
295 W 17th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

The Corn on 5th:
corner of 5th and Pearl, Eugene, OR 97401

Read Governor Brown’s Proclamation establishing Aug. 15th, 2016 as Oregon Native Bees Conservation Awareness Day (PDF)

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