Calendar of Activities in 2021

Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021: Outing to Whistler’s Bend Park for a walk and a fly casting class. We provide a light lunch and transportation. Meeting at 11 am in Roseburg (the meeting point will be disclosed in the confirmation).

Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021: Outing to North Bank Habitat for a hike with a guide. We provide a light lunch and transportation. Meeting at 10 am in Roseburg (the meeting point will be disclosed in the confirmation).

Currently, we are working on the coordination of other outings such as:

Saturday, May 22, 2021 and July 24, 2021: Outing to Warm Springs Falls for a short walk, yoga with a certified yoga instructor on an observation deck overlooking the majestic Warm Springs Falls, cascading down basalt cliffs and located within old-growth standing trees. Restorative yoga techniques will be followed by homemade Italian crepes with tomato sauce, salad, and garlic bread.

(These dates are tentative and subject to change due to weather conditions and other unpredictable situations.)

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Dear Veterans, we would love to hear more about your interests and abilities so we can consider them when putting together a calendar for 2021.


We are very excited to implement outdoor recreational activities and community projects for local veterans in collaboration with NeighborWorks Umpqua, Chadwick Clubhouse, and Orchard Knolls Apartments Property. The program will also facilitate activities of the Whole Health Program at the Roseburg VA Healthcare System. Source One Serenity’s program builds a strong network with the local organizations that will lead to improved access to social determinants of health for veterans in Douglas County.

Source One Serenity will implement the activities in 2021; planning and coordination of these activities are already in process. A calendar of the outings will be accessible on the website of, where participants will be able to sign up. The activities will include fly fishing, hiking, and walking destinations mostly in the Umpqua National Forest.  Source One Serenity is also planning outings to the coast to hike, walk, and visit beaches. It is exciting to implement this program thanks to a collaboration with Chadwick Clubhouse that will provide their van to transport veterans. A lack of transportation services in Douglas County was always an obstacle for Source One serenity to serve a larger number of veterans. Chadwick Clubhouse supports people living with mental health conditions by providing a non-clinical community of recovery through meaningful relationships and work experience. Chadwick Clubhouse also serves veterans who will be able to attend these outings as well.

The program for veterans also includes exciting community projects. Some of them are still in planning, and one of them will be to rebuild a plank house, a simple structure used as a home by the Northwest Coast Native Indian Tribes. Source One Serenity is thrilled to work with the local Native Americans. The plank house is located within walking distance from the Deer Creek Village, which is being constructed by NeighborWorks Umpqua and will open as an affordable housing property with 68 units focused on veterans. Source One Serenity will collaborate with NeighborWorks Umpqua to facilitate strong outreach efforts through direct contact with the veteran residents of Deer Creek Village and also Eagle Landing, another property NeighborWorks Umpqua manages.

As Source One Serenity is an advocate of a holistic approach and mindfulness, it will also facilitate valuable services of the Whole Health Program at the Roseburg VA Healthcare System. Activities offered will include: a Mindfulness Stress-Reduction Course, Mindfulness meditation drop-in sessions, Taking Charge of my Health and my Life, Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, and sweat lodges. Source One Serenity will provide communications and transportation services. The program in 2021 is for all veterans in the community. Sign up for updates.