All activities and Special Events have been restricted during the current pandemic as per Governor Brown's instructions. Please wear a mask and stay 6 feet distance from each other.
Free Document Shredding Event Feb. 27
With all of the time spent at home, in 2020, many residents have been cleaning closets, attics, and files and document shredding needs have increased. There are thirteen neighborhood HOAs in Charbonneau and many of them have the same issue with lack of space to store outdated documents. With that in mind, many of the HOAs decided that sharing in the cost of shredding makes more sense than bearing the cost of shredding individually. We would like to thank Windermere Charbonneau Real Estate for also helping to sponsor this event.
You do not need to remove paper clips and staples from your paper before shredding, however, we do ask that you remove the paper from 3-ring binders, etc.
There will be a shredding truck located in the Village Center parking lot on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 10 am to 1pm. We are NOT taking canned food donations at this time but will gratefully accept donations in the form of a check made payable to Wilsonville Community Sharing.
Presented by Elaine Luneke
Title and description: Seeing the World Through the Eyes of an Artist
Date and Time: March 3rd at 1:00 p.m.
When we look at a photograph, we don’t ask ourselves why we see a particular object as a car or a tree or a cloud, but when we look at art, we immediately notice how the artist has interpreted those objects and whether we are entertained by that interpretation.
This talk will explore how the practice of creating art changes how you see reality.
If you have not received the link for this webinar, please email and it will be emailed to you.
Zoom Art Classes
"Through the Eyes of an Artist-Watercolor"
Charbonneau artist Elaine Luneke will be offering art classes by Zoom, March 10 through April 14, 1:00-3:00 p.m. This series of classes is $60.
We will explore personal growth as artists with an emphasis in, drawing, composition, watercolor techniques, and special effects.
We will also discuss the particular lives of artists both historical and in contemporary times within many mediums. Register with Elaine Luneke @ 503-989-1540
Charbonneau’s Easter Egg Event Happens March 27
Although the traditional Easter Egg “Hunt” will not be able to happen this year, we will be handing out goody bags that will contain eggs for hiding at home and other fun items. Be sure to register your children or grandchildren (ages 1-6) so the Easter Bunny will know how many goody bags to create. The deadline for registration is Friday, March 19. Please register by email at or sign-up in the CCC office (we need the name and age of each child).
To pick up your pre-ordered goody bag, drive-by the Clubhouse on Saturday, March 27, at 10 a.m. The Easter Bunny will be there waving at you from a safe distance. Bunny helpers will be handing the goody bags through your car window, curbside. If you prefer, you can choose to pick up your pre-ordered goody bag on Friday, March 26, during office hours.
Red Cross Blood Drive
By donating blood, you are actively making a difference in your community, allowing patients to receive cancer treatment, surgery, and the gift of life in the case of an accident or a medical emergency.
DRIVE DATE: Thursday, April 1
Blood Drive Hours: Noon-5pm
To schedule your appointment or for more information, please call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit ; Sponsor Code: Charbonneau
Thank you for your support of the American Red Cross.