A Monarch butterfly rests in its cage at Chetco Community Public Library.
A fun way to teach children about the life cycle, monarch butterflies are a popular sight in both the garden and classroom.
Recently, however, monarch populations have been threatened, and groups around the nation have become active in trying to revive the species. The Chetco Community Public Library currently has two displays where they have been “raising” the insects, watching the progression from caterpillars to chrysalises, and finally to butterflies.
As winner of the Curry County Fair talent show, Cameron McVay of Harbor will compete Sunday at the Oregon State Fair in Salem.
Two winners from Thursday’s Curry Talent Round-up at the Curry County Fair will move on to show their talents Sunday in Salem.
Cameron McVay of Harbor, who played guitar and sang, was the winner of the adult category, and Dune Leila Fougerolles of Port Orford, who played guitar and sang, was the winner of the youth division. Both received $500, a trophy and will compete at the Oregon State Fair talent contest.
With rain in the forecast for Sunday, Marley’s Ghost will perform at the Chetco Grange Community Center Harbor at 1 p.m.
With rain likely on Sunday, the free Sunday concert at Azalea Park featuring Marley’s Ghost has been moved to the Chetco Grange Hall in Harbor.
The intimate venue will provide fans an up-close experience with the nationally-touring bluegrass-based band that covers everything from roots to rock, blues to gospel to country, accompanied by their trademark multi-part harmonies.
The concert starts at 1 p.m. The hall is located at the corner of Highway 101 and Zimmerman Lane. No food will be for sale, however audience members are welcome to bring their own picnic lunches and non-alcoholic beverages.