Wednesday, July 4

Old-Time Fourth of July, Wallowa; downtown parade, 11 a.m. (entrants asked to line up at Cougar Field by 10:15 a.m.), followed by barbecue at Wallowa Fire Hall, live music by No Boundaries. For info: Wallowa City Hall, 541-886-2422.

Fireworks over Wallowa Lake, as darkness falls (about 10 p.m.), north end of Wallowa Lake. For info: 541-426-4622,

July 4-7

Lostine Flea Market, downtown Lostine. For info: 541-569-2415.

Lostine Flea Market breakfast, 6:30-10:30 a.m., South Fork Grange Hall, downtown Lostine. Ham/sausage, eggs, all-you-can-eat pancakes, coffee and juice, $7 adults, $5 children under 6.

July 5-8

Annual Alpine Soaring and Aerotowing, Joseph area and Wallowa Lake. For info: 509-947-0640 or

Friday, July 6

Dulcimer Week in the Wallowas camp grand finale concert, 7 p.m., Bailey Lodge at Wallowa Lake Camp. Admission at the door is $10 general, $5 children under 12. For info, call Heidi at 304-550-3799. Dulcimer Week in the Wallowas is sponsored by the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance.

Saturday, July 7

“East Moraine of Wallowa Lake: Iconic Landscape,” first Into the Wallowa Summer Outing of season by Wallowa Lake Trust, 9 a.m. to noon, meet at WLT office, 116 South River Street, Enterprise. Free of charge (donations appreciated). For info: 541-426-2042.

Troy Independence Day Celebration, Troy. Activities all day, starting at noon, including horseshoe and cribbage tournaments, barbecue, pie and cake auction, silent auction, kids’ activities, live music and fireworks.

Lostine River Run, check in starts at 7 a.m., Providence Academy; buses leave for start line at 8:15 a.m., races start at 9 a.m.; finish line at Providence Academy Lostine. $20 registration or $25 on race day. For info and to register: run; or contact Eric Jensen, 541-969-9724, or eric@

Joseph Mountain Music Festival, numerous musicians (mostly mountain, mostly stringed) all day starting at 10 a.m. at different venues, including Farmers Market, Simply Sandy, Embers Brew House, Calderas, Mutiny Brewing, The Hydrant. For info: Tammy Kruger, 541-398-0582.

Pancake Party at Joseph Farmers Market, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., homemade hot cakes loaded with fresh local fruit, accompanied by live music from Homemade Jam and Alchemy. This is a fundraiser for the Wallowa County Farmers Market and Slow Food Wallowas. For more info: 541-263-1622 or wallowacountyfarmersmarket. com.

Wednesday, July 11

Community meeting regarding the Community Health Alliance (CHA), 6-8 p.m., Best Western conference room in Enterprise. CHA is a multi-share heath coverage program for small business owners. This meeting will discuss the program’s local impact and ideas for sustaining it. For info: Kristi Emerson, 541-910-4986; Lisa Ladendorff, 541-805-5502.

July 13-14

Yard Sale and Silent Auction, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, Enterprise. (Silent auction at 2:30 p.m.) Soroptimist fundraiser for Odd Fellows Hall roof.

Saturday, July 14

Bowlby Bash, Street Fair in Historic Enterprise; exhibits/demonstrations, arts and crafts, music, food, antique cars and tractors, food, Bowlby Bash derby and lots of family fun. For info: Mary Swanson, 541-426-3351, Marya Nowakowski; To sponsor a Bowlby Bash Derby Car: Ron Osterloh, 541-263-0859.

Into the Wallowas Summer Outing: “Confluence of Lostine and Wallowa Rivers,” with farmer Woody Wolfe and Wallowa Land Trust staff, 9 a.m., meet at WLT office, 116 South River Street, Enterprise. Free of charge (donations appreciated). For info: 541-426-2042.

July 16-20

Chief Joseph Summer Camp, Buhler Ranch near Joseph. For info: 541-426-4181 or

July 20-22

Tamkaliks Celebration, Wallowa. For info: 541-886-3101 or

July 25-28

Chief Joseph Days, Joseph. For info: 541-432-1015 or

Friday, July 27

Dedication and unveiling of Chief Joseph Monument sculpture, 11 a.m., Joseph.

The Community Calendar lists fundraisers, free local events and those with a nominal fee organized by nonprofit organizations. Submit information to Deadline is 5 p.m. Friday.

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