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Coos Bay's Front Street will see significant development in the new year, including a transportation study, the Coos Bay Village, a plaza at the Coos History Museum and more.

Bring your intellectual appetite over to the Coos History Museum at 6:30 p.m., October 5, for the next First Tuesday Talk program. This month’s talk will be “Coos Head Food Co-Op: 50 Years of Growing Community" cooked up by Jamar Ruff, community outreach coordinator for the Coos Head Food Co-Op. 

Ruff will feed your hunger for knowledge as he shares with about 50 years of Coos Head Food Co-Op history. Learn how the cooperative business practice works and about the community education and accessibility that is at the heart of our community co-op. Help the co-op celebrate their 50-year anniversary by taking a bite out this incredible talk.

The museum will be open from 6 – 8 p.m. with the talk beginning at 6:30. The program is available to all, with an admission fee of $7 for non-members (payable at the door) or free with your CHM membership. A live stream of the talk will be available on Facebook with a suggested donation of $5 and a recording of the program will be offered on the CHM YouTube channel following the talk. For information, visit the Coos History Museum website or call 541-756-6320.

Established in 1891, The Coos County Historical Society is an Oregon 501(c)3 not for profit organization and the second oldest historical society in the state.

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