The February exhibit at the Keizer Art Association’s Enid Joy Mount Gallery will spotlight McNary High School students in a show that begins on Thursday, Feb. 1 and runs through Feb. 27. Students will present their art in several mediums including 2D, 3D and photography. Awards for the show will presented[Read More…]
Supporters in Salem brave frigid waters for the 3rd annual polar plunge benefiting special olympics Oregon athletes.
By LYNDON ZAITZ of the Keizertimes The global hit, Momma Mia! makes its Keizer debut at McNary High School on Wednesday, Jan. 24 and will continue through Saturday, Feb. 3. Presented by McNary High School Performing Arts, the show will be staged in the Ken Collins Auditorium. Supergroup ABBA’s timeless[Read More…]
As the year comes to a close, there were more than a few topics that had Keizer abuzz. Inside are clips of the stories about the celebrations and successes, the controversies and struggles, the people and the stories that Keizer was talking about in 2023.
Holiday Sparkles, a drive-through holiday experience, continues through Saturday, Dec. 23, at Powerland Heritage Park.
Keizer Fire District hosted the annual Candy Cane Drive-Through, giving families the chance to drive through the winter wonderland inside the KFD bay, and receive a greeting and signature holiday treat from Kris Kringle.
The Salem Holiday Market will host more than 250 vendors from Dec. 8-10 at the Oregon State Fairgrounds on 17th Street in Salem.
Dayspring Fellowship Church on Lockhaven Drive is hosting the Oregon Spirit Chorus on Dec. 2 at 3:30 p.m.
Essential Services LLC, an Oregon-based healthcare company, is hosting a free bowling night at The REC on River Road in Keizer on Dec. 15, for differently-abled of all ages to help foster community inclusion and socialization.
The Night Deposit Whisky Factory on Commercial Street is hosting a monthly meet-and-greet event on Sunday, Dec. 3 for those who enjoy a fabulously good time with their morning mimosa.