The Langlois Lions are hosting the Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale Saturday, May 15th through Sunday May 23rd!
From 9am-4pm daily at 94180 Kerber Lane. Open air & masks are required. There will be an outstanding variety of garden, yard and house plants plus 17 varieties of tomatoes! Special attraction: Woof’s pottery and garden expert, Jennifer Ewing on May 15th only!
Supporting businesses are Valley Flora, Wild Wood Gypsy Farm, Dragonfly Farm & Nursery, B & B Farm, Raincoast Arts, Old Souls Studios of Langlois, Currydale Farms, Stillwater Nursery, 101 Plants and Port Orford’s Nicki’s Knick Knacks. Sales support our charitable causes.
Overflow parking available at the Old Cheese Factory 1 ½ blocks from the sale and is highly encouraged. More info: 541 348-2507. See you there!
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Featured Artist – Drew Angus
New Single, “Made To Love You”
Drew Angus announces his new single “Made to Love You”, originally written for best friend’s first dance.
Official Music Video Out Now!
New York-based rising Singer/Songwriter Drew Angus is pleased to announce the release of his latest single, “Made to Love You,” produced by Grammy Award winner Mikhail Pivovarov, available on all streaming platforms April, 30th 2021. A sweeping blend of folksy roots and catchy pop melodies, Drew’s wedding-ready “Made to Love You” features award winning Cellist Dave Eggar, leading cellist in Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida” and other hits by Lindsay Stirling, Phillip Phillips and more. Drew and co-writer Matt Giella (Gee-EL-UH) wrote “Made to Love You” for Drew’s childhood friends’ first dance.
“My friends came to me looking for a perfect song for the first dance at their wedding. Matt and I had written a verse and part of the chorus earlier that week. I played what we’d written over the phone and they fell in love with it immediately. With their 11 year love story in mind, the song finished itself. It was meant to be.” Drew says.
Drew’s growing fanbase, including over 10k followers on Instagram and 16k on Facebook, finds authentic connection in his happy-go-lucky personality and heartfelt music. “Made to Love You” follows his previous holiday EP “A Snowglobe Christmas” and single “Mr. Gemini,” as Drew continues work on his next album due out late 2021.
Have a listen to “Made To Love You” below, and then head to Drew Angus to too grab your copy in time for wedding season!
Circles In The Sand is back! May 13, 14, 15, 16, 28, 29, 30, 31!
Labyrinth – walking meditation – a unique walk on the beach. Labyrinth Master Artist Denny Dyke creates ” walkable art” which is a sandy path through an entire pattern with no wrong turns or dead ends. The path is further enhanced with detailed designs and is open for all to enjoy, Subject to cancellation due to inclement weather, rain, and/ or high winds. Learn more and see dates & times at Sandy Path Bandon.
Bandon Bike Party May 14!
Bandon Bike Party is a casually-paced bicycle ride that is positive and fun for both riders and the community. Starting on the boardwalk in Old Town, the ride is 5 to 10 miles with a mid-ride pit stop, then heads back to Old Town. Bring your music, bells, horns, and lights! For more info see Bandon Bike Party.