Charbonneau Country Club
32000 SW Charbonneau Drive
Wilsonville, OR 97070
P: 503-694-2300
F: 503-694-5783

 Charbonneau is an active community and provides a variety of activities and special events for residents to enjoy. If you have a special talent or interest you would like share, or you would like to know how you can become more involved, please contact CCC Activities Coordinator Kim Hosford at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 503-694-2300.

All activities and Special Events have been restricted during the current pandemic as per Governor Brown's instructions.



COVID-19 Vaccination Webinar on Feb. 3

Basic information on vaccines will be offered in a webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 10:00 am. Charbonneau resident Dr. Lee Harker is a retired pediatrician and is experienced in providing information in “normal English.” She will be presenting a detailed explanation of the new Covid-19 vaccines and what makes them able to be made so quickly. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to “ask” questions. An email notice announcing the webinar, titled “The Nitty Gritty of the Covid-19 Vaccines”, has already been sent to residents. If you did not receive the email and would like to attend the webinar, please email the CCC office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request a link to the webinar.


Tax Preparation Webinar on Feb. 11

"Almost everything you wanted to know about 2020 taxes!"

Join us on Thursday, February 11 at 1:00 pm for a free Zoom webinar presented by Charbonneau resident Don Mason. Don is an 11 year volunteer tax preparer and District Manager with AARP Tax-Aide. He has prepared and supervised tax preparation in both Wilsonville and Oregon City in prior years.

Don will have answers to the following questions and there will be an opportunity for you to "ask" your own questions at the end of the presentation:
How to organize your tax material? How many years do I have to keep it? Federal Tax changes - what's new or changed? Oregon Tax Law changes - what's new or changed? How do I get my taxes prepared for the 2020 tax year? Questions?

The webinars we have been offering have been varied and some are not only educational but also entertaining. Thanks to Greg Leo for the well-received Civics webinars he presented in January.


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.


Charbonneau’s Easter Egg Event Happens March 27

Save the Date!

One of the best-loved events that the country club sponsors is the annual Easter egg hunt. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, last year’s event was cancelled and this year’s event may look a little different. It is too soon to tell if we will be able to gather for a hunt or if we will just hand out goody bags that include eggs for hiding at home. Either way, the Easter Bunny will need to know the number of children for planning purposes.

Charbonneau residents are invited to register their children or grandchildren (ages 1-6). The deadline for registration is Friday, March 19. You can register by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or sign-up in the CCC office (we need the name and age of each child). We will have more information in the March issue of the Villager newspaper as to what this year’s event will look like so stay tuned!