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Rural youth often face barriers when it comes to accessing activities and resources, especially when these youth come from marginalized and historically-underserved communities. Olalla and our programs have worked hard to remove these barriers in all the youth activities we offer through a number of strategies: making them financially accessible, providing food, offering transportation, providing interpretation and more. Ultimately, we want to ensure that local youth can enjoy any and all of the activities we have going on while providing them with a memorable (and educational!) experience. 


These youth activities are one of the many ways we work to serve our Lincoln County community and all of its members. You can find out more about our Community Outreach efforts and our Parent & Adult Activities above as well as checking out Current and Past youth activities below. For additional information regarding our upcoming events, visit our Calendar, Blog and Follow Us on our socials!


Interested in signing up for one of our Winter 2024 Activity Groups? Please complete the form below and someone will reach out to you with more information.

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Game Night

Join us Tuesdays from 4 PM to 6 PM for movies, video games, board games, open gym and more! 

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Space available.

LGBTQ+ & Ally Art Club

LGBTQ+ youth, supporters, allies, compassionate and non-judgemental youth are welcome to join us for music, painting, sculpting, and more on Thursdays from 4 PM to 6 PM.


Current Activities

Updates & Photos

Check out our latest updates and photos from our groups, clubs and activities.

Beach Explorer Club

Space available.

Equine Assisted Activities

Come horse around at Bright Horizons Therapeutic Riding Center in Siletz on Thursdays from 11 AM to 12:45 PM.

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Space available.

Club de Amigos en STEM

A STEM-focused after-school program for Latinx and Indigenous Mesoamerican children.

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Current Activities


Newton's Pendulum

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Past Activities


Sarah Prue

Sarah Prue

Program Director
(541) 880-4638


Monday - Thursday

8:30 AM - 6:30 PM

Contact Us


LBL ESD Family Support Resource Database - This is a fluid document composed of regional community resources, separated into county specific tabs below.  This document is checked/ updated quarterly. 



We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Community Violence Intervention (CVI) Program for supporting our organization and youth activities! Thanks to Community Violence Intervention funds, our Equine Assisted Activities have been able to grow and flourish, ensuring that more youth get to engage with our horses in a therapeutic environment.

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