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GARDEN TOUR — Luscher Farms is coordinating Inviting Vines VII, a tour of private clematis gardens in the area. The tour will take place May 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit rogersonclematiscollection.org.

NEIGHBORHOOD ENHANCEMENT GRANTS — The city of Lake Oswego has budgeted $40,000 for projects proposed by city-recognized neighborhood and homeowners associations. Each neighborhood can apply for funding for small capital projects, neighborhood signs, emergency preparedness, projects to promote neighborhood sustainability, street tree planting and more. Up to $5,000 is available per neighborhood. Applications are due June 16. For more information, call Sarah Selden at 503-635-0290.

CLICK-IT OR TICKET — The national seat belt safety enforcement campaign began May 19, with Oregon State Police and local law enforcement agencies aiming to amp up efforts to increase compliance. Although a survey from June 2013 found that 98 percent of Oregon drivers and passengers were using safety belts, a troubling 61 of 198 occupant fatalities in 2012 were caused because of a failure to use safety restraints.

"CYBER-SENIORS" SCREENING — The Adult Community Center will be showing this popular 90-minute documentary that follows seniors and the teenage "mentors" who help them take their first steps going online, culminating in a YouTube video competition to see which elderly contestant can get the most hits. Filmmakers will be on hand after the show for an informal question and answer session. Screenings are at Lake Theater & Cafe, June 4 at 1 p.m. and June 5 at 6 p.m.

TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLAN REVIEW — The periodic review of the Lake Oswego TSP is nearly complete, with the city making proposed revisions and a hearing held March 24. The planning commission recommended the city approve the updated plan, which the city council is expected to adopt May 28.

IRON MOUNTAIN RESTORATION PLAN — A complete plan for the long-range restoration of the plant life at Iron Mountain Park has been completed, with input between the city and Friends of Iron Mountain Park. The plan can be viewed at ci.oswego.or.us/parksrec/restoration-managment-plans.