Wednesday, Feb. 11

Free screening of film, “The Raising of America,” 6 to 7:30 p.m., OK Theatre in Enterprise. Film is a PBS documentary. For more information, contact Building Healthy Families at 541-426-9411, or Winding Waters Clinic, 541-426-4502.

Thursday, Feb. 12

Frostbite Fundraiser, 6 – 9:30 p.m., OK Theatre in Enterprise. Fundraiser for some of Wallowa County’s winter recreation organizations. Featuring the Backcountry Film Festival, auction and raffle. Homemade burritos, snacks, no-host beer & wine for sale. See for details.

Friends of the Wallowa School Foundation Bingo Night and Chili Feed, starting at 6 p.m. at Wallowa Senior Center. Serving chili, cornbread and brownies for $2. Bingo cards priced at $1. Childcare available for small children. More info: Carolyn, 541-408-3417.

Friday, Feb. 13

Fishtrap Fireside, 7 – 9 p.m., 400 East Grant Street, Enterprise. Month’s featured writers are Lynne Curry, Mary Ellen Emerick, Ralph Swinehart. Free event, all are welcome. For more info: Mike Midlo, 541-426-3623.

Saturday, Feb. 14

“Share Your Heart — Take Part,” 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., multiple locations. Wallowa County Humane Society awareness event promoting spay and neuter programs, pet adoptions. Information about volunteering. Locations: Wallowa Senior Center, Humane Society Information Center in Enterprise (104 N. River St.), Copper Creek Mercantile in Joseph.

Book Sale and Bake Sale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wallowa Senior Center. Fundraiser by Friends of the Wallowa Library. Baked goods, pie sold by the slice, coffee and tea.

Tuesday, Feb. 17

Wallowa County Caregivers Support Group, 3 p.m., conference room behind Wallowa Memorial Hospital. Featured speaker will outline upcoming six-week, free workshop, “Powerful Tools for Caregiving,” which will begin March 17 (sessions 10:30 to 11 a.m.) at Enterprise Community Connection. For more info or to register for workshop: Charleen Baines, 541-426-3729.

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Feast (2nd annual), 4:30 – 7 p.m., St Patrick’s Episcopal Church, corner of Main and NE 3rd, Enterprise (across from school playground). Everyone welcome. Donations accepted. More info: Linda at 541-426-3858.

Wednesday, Feb. 18

Presentation on Pet Dentistry, 7 p.m., Wallowa County Humane Society Information Center, 104 N. River St., Enterprise. Presenter: Dr. Rice of Enterprise Veterinary Clinic. Runs 60-90 minutes.

Thursday, Feb. 19

“Black Bear Biology and Hibernation,” 7 p.m., Wallowology! Natural History Discovery Center, 508 N. Main, Joseph. Slideshow and presentation by Jim Akenson.

Friday, Feb. 20

Screening of documentary film, “Damnation,” 7 p.m. at the Josephy Center in Joseph. An audience discussion of issues raised in the film will follow. Discussion could also touch upon related local issues.

Feb. 20-21

Project Heartbeat will be conducting a first aid/CPR/AED class on two separate dates in Enterprise. The class will train lay responders to assist those suffering medical emergencies, both minor and major, until the ambulance arrives. Upon completion of the course attendees will get two-year certification from the American Red Cross. Cost of the 7-hour class is $45. For more information, the location of the class or to register call 541-432-0259.

Saturday, Feb. 21

Old-Time Community Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall in Enterprise. Squares, circles, reels, contras, waltzes, polkas, with a live string band and caller. Beginners welcome, all dances taught. No partner or special clothing required. Admission $5/person, $10/family, children under 12 free. More info or to volunteer: Laura Skovlin, 541-398-0800.

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Volunteer Orientation, 7 p.m., Wallowa County Humane Society Information Center, 104 N. River St., Enterprise. Class for new and existing volunteers. More info: Karen Mason, 541-432-7310.

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. To promote for-profit events, contact sales representative Brooke Pace at

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