Interested in safely preserving food for you and your family but don’t have time for traditional classes?It is time to think about gifting yourself or a loved one with an online, hybrid course, Preserve at Home. Oregon State University Extension invites you to enroll in Preserve at Home, a national award-winning, 6 week online food … Continue reading On-Line Food Preservation Course Offered
Get There is Oregon’s easy-to-use carpool matching tool and trip planner that will get you where you need to go. Plug in where you want to go and they’ll show you how to Get There—with carpool, vanpool, walk, bike, and transit options. Try out this link to find a ride to Crook County Foundation's Picnic … Continue reading Find and share a ride!
Looking for a super fun family hike?You have to try the Find A Ranger Hikes sponsored by the Ochoco National Forest. The Field Rangers will be hiking the trails too! Find a Ranger and you might get some cool prizes if you find them first! They'll be on the trail after 10 am and into … Continue reading ‘Find a Ranger’ Hike
Is your garden producing more than you can eat? Share Your Bounty at our table at CCPRD's Movies in the Park on Friday evenings (until August 23rd) at Stryker Park behind City Hall from 6 to 8 pm. Just bring your clean, fresh excess produce and you can even take home some veggies you might … Continue reading Share Your Bounty Returns
Win prizes while you enjoy friends, Central Oregon sunshine and healthy activities. That's more than a win-win. It's a win-win-win-win!! Learn more about the game on our webpage: https://crookcountyonthemove.org/keep-moving-challenge/ Go MOBILE! Save this photo on your phone and use your photo editing tools to draw and X in the boxes as you complete them. When … Continue reading It’s Back! Play the Keep Moving Challenge.
Saturday, May 11th, 2019 will bring another fabulous Mother's Day event in the Presbyterian Community Garden. Hosted by Crook County On the Move with learning stations and fun activities hosted by a variety of our partners! This year will be bigger and better than ever, with new activities like storytime in the garden presented by … Continue reading Mother’s Day in the Garden
On April 30th, The Tower Theater and Stroke Awareness Oregon welcomes Diane Barnes to the Tower Theater as she shares her story of surviving a catastrophic event, and will to overcome. As a physician, Diane was well aware of the statistics behind strokes and what came with them. Diane knew that the average person who … Continue reading My “Stroke” of Luck
The days are getting longer and we are so excited to get out and enjoy the Central Oregon sunshine! Walking is great exercise and that's why we've partnered with Crook County GIS to develop this walking map with 1, 2 and 3-mile routes within the core of Prineville. These routes also lead you to restaurants, … Continue reading Get “Out and About” Town!
The newest edition of "Food for Friends" newsletter highlights the bountiful harvest you have in the garden. This edition provides tips on how and where to share your excess produce to prevent food waste and help others enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables. And, of course, it has our great resource guide included. Download the Fall … Continue reading Hot off the press!
The second Community Garden Event will be held on August 14, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, at Gary Ward Park. Crook County Parks & Rec offers a wonderful Community Garden at this location. It's located behind the baseball diamond. Several CC On The Move partner agencies will be there with information and activities for the … Continue reading Another 2018 Community Garden Event is Coming!