Submit your events at thedalleschamber.com/events or Email one week in advance to mgibson@thedalleschronicle.com. Listings are free.

February

Wednesday, February 26

ADULT YOGA: Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. at The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles. Vinyasa flow. Free.

Thursday, February 27

GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS: Governmental affairs, 7 to 8 a.m. at The Barbecue, 1013 W. Sixth St., The Dalles. Open to public.

CODE CLUB: If you are a girl who enjoys creating digital art with a purpose the new Girls Who Code Club at TDMS is for you. The free club meets every Wednesday from 8 to 9:30 am at TDMS. In Girls Who Code, students work together to learn about computer coding and solve a real world problem. To register call 541-296-5494 or email lu.seapy@oregonstate.edu.

Thursday, February 27

KIWANIS PROGRAMS: Kiwanis meetings are held every Thursday at noon at Spooky’s and visitors are welcome. This week’s events include: is a club business meeting. For more information go to  www.thedalleskiwanis.org.

Friday, February 28

PRESCHOOL YOGA: Preschool Yoga, 10 to 10:30 a.m. at The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles.  Free.

TEEN POWER: Teen Knowledge is Power Trivia Game, 4-5:30 p.m. at The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles.

Saturday, February 29

HISTORY FORUM: Notable visitors are the topic of the final Regional History forum at the Original Wasco County Courthouse. The Dalles journalist Rodger Nichols is also a historian and a member of the Original Courthouse board. He will share stories about notable folks who have come to town in the past 215, as well as  some homegrown notables, in a presentation titled “Famous Visitors:  Guess Who Came to Dinner?” Program begins at 1:30 p.m. in the upstairs courtroom of the 1859 courthouse, 410 W. 2nd Place, The Dalles. Admission is free, cookies and coffee will be served.

SATURDAY BINGO: Saturday night bingo at the Mid-Columbia Senior Center, 1112 W 9th Street, The Dalles, on Feb. 1st.  Plus, an additional $750 payout for a blackout in 53 numbers or less on the final game. Minimum buy-in is $10. Doors open  4 p.m.  Games start 6 p.m.  Players must be eight years old, 8-18 years must be accompanied by a legal guardian).  New players encouraged to arrive by 5:30 p.m.

March

Monday, March 2

CODE CLUB: If you are a girl who enjoys creating digital art with a purpose the new Girls Who Code Club at TDMS is for you. The free club meets every Wednesday from 8 to 9:30 am at TDMS. In Girls Who Code, students work together to learn about computer coding and solve a real world problem. To register call 541-296-5494 or email lu.seapy@oregonstate.edu.

TEEN TECH: An Arduino microcontroller uses open-source hardware and software to create digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and interact digitally and physically. There is a large community have programmers who have shared their Arduino creations online for everyone to use. So come learn how to program and use these amazing little motherboards. By registration only, 3 to 5 p.m. at The Dalles-Wasco County Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles.  Free.

Tuesday, March 3

BACKYARD GARDENING: Learn Backyard gardening and farming for food, fun, by registration at The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles. Classes are 6:15 p.m. March 3,10,17 and 28.

SENIOR LUNCH: Senior lunch at the Lyle Lions Community Center on the corner of Hwy 14 and 5th .  Doors open early, lunch served at 12 noon. Sixty and over suggested donation $3.50, all others $6.50. Everyone welcome.

LYLE LIONS: Lyle Lions Club Meeting at the Lyle Lions Community Center on the corner of 5th and Hwy 14. Potluck 6 p.m.  Meeting 6:30. Everyone welcome.

Wednesday, March 4

TEEN TECH: Egg Drop Challenge 3:30-5 p.m. at The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library, 722 Court St., The Dalles. Want to make a mess in the library? We will be having a challenge to create a device or mechanism that will protect an egg falling off the mezzanine to the library floor. We will drop the eggs until there is only one left.

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