Come out to Whites Country Farm for a day of affordable fun for the whole family!
Carnival Games .25 cents each | Bounce House $2 | Face Painting determined by artist | Live Music by The Brothers Reed | Hot Dogs | Cotton Candy | Beer Garden by Walkabout Brewing Company | Sultan's Delight food truck | Cold Fusion Italian Ice
$1 Per person | 2 and Under FREE
Please do not park on West Main or Arnold Lane. We have two parking areas off of Arnold Lane. The sheriff's department will ticket anyone that parks on the road.
Come out to Whites Country Farm for a day of affordable fun for the whole family!
Craft and Art vendors, great local food, amazing entertainment, glass blowing demonstrations, kids area, yoga, fire dancing, workshops, bring your family and friends!
Join the Empire celebration of the history, the clams, the culture, and the future of our area. Venues include the Fire Hall, the Hollering Place, Ed Lund Park, the Tribal House of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw tribes, and the downtown area along Newmark Avenue. Always the second Saturday in June.
Saturday, June 15th, 9am-5pm
Sunday, June 16th, 9am-430pm
Old Town Pioneer Village
Operating Engines & Tractors
Wagon Rides around Pottsville
Flea Market / Swap Meet
Quilting by Hugo Ladies Club
Basket and Broom Making
Soap Making and Rug Hooking
Rogue Valley Wood Carvers
Gold Panning and Mining with the S.W. Oregon Miners
Spinning and Weaving Demos
Siskiyou Audubon Society
Kiddy Rides, Food Booths
Arts and Crafts
Raffles and Prizes
Live Country Bluegrass Music
Story Telling Petting Zoo
Sawmilling and Threshing Demos.
Threshing and Hay Bailing Demonstration
Kiddies Tractor Pull
Parade of Power
Big Guys Tractor Pull
Sunday Church Service at 7:45 on Sunday.
Father’s Day weekend at Henry Estate, we celebrate with a different kind of dad — crawdads! Join us for a day filled with tasty mudbugs, great wines and toe-tapping live Cajun music. Kids can get their faces painted, visit the petting zoo, jump in the bounce houses or take part in crawdad races.
Our festival is about more than just food, though! All of the proceeds as well as $2 per crawdad plate, all Celebrity Crawdad Feed donations and raffle earnings go to the Sarah Beavers Mercy Foundation Partners Fund.
Crawdad dinner: 1 lb. crawdads, red potato, corn on the cob and a roll – $15
3-day celebration of culture and creative energies. The faire features unique entertainment, trading, live music, and great food. This is a family-friendly event. All are invited to attend as long as you are respectful, responsible, cooperative and nonviolent. Let’s keep this event safe and nurturing for our children.
2019 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
TWednesday, June 26th
5:00pm to 7:00pm / Show ‘n Shine & BBQ at Merrill Civic Center
Our agricultural roots run deep in the Klamath Basin and nowhere is that more evident than the City of Merrill just a short drive southeast of Klamath Falls. Join us for an evening at the Merrill Civic Center for a show ‘n shine, a fundraising BBQ by the Lost River Future Farmers of America youth group, music by Michael Quinn & Cherry Wine and an informative (and in some cases tasty!) showcase of our local agribusiness industry. The show ‘n shine is limited to registered Kruise vehicles but everything else is open to the general public and we hope you come join us! BBQ tickets are $15 each (tri tip or chicken, potatoes, salad and a roll) and must be purchased in advance (they’re available from our online store). Coming from out of town? Check our ‘Hotel’ page to see how you can qualify for free tickets to this event!
Thursday, June 27th
9:00am to 3:00pm / Excursion to Train Mountain Museum and Crater Lake National Park
Two amazing sites are on the itinerary for today! A visit to Klamath isn’t complete without going to the Crater Lake National Park and taking in the breathtaking views and visiting the historic lodge. Add in a trip to Train Mountain which is the world's longest miniature railroad with over 36 miles of 7.5" gauge track and now we have a fun day indeed! The associated Train Mountain Railroad Museum has the world's largest collection of cabooses (37 if you’re counting) along with extensive displays on the history of the railroads in Klamath County. Participants will depart Klamath via charter bus and spend the morning at Train Mountain (train ride included!) before heading to Crater Lake for an afternoon of exploring. The group will be back in Klamath Falls in time for the evening Kruise Kick-Off party. Tickets are $25 each and must be purchased in advance (they’re available from our online store). Coming from out of town? Check our ‘Hotel’ page to see how you can qualify for free tickets to this event!
4:00pm to 7:00pm / Kruise Kick-Off Party / Ross Ragland Theater / 218 N 7th St.
Packet/goody bag pickup for those that have pre-registered, registration for those that haven't. There will be secure parking for registered cars so make plans for exploring our downtown and dining at one of our great local restaurants. Coupons for discounts at a number of the downtown restaurants will be available.
7:00pm / Movie Night - American Graffiti / Ross Ragland Theater / 218 N 7th St.
This movie is a classic just like everything else during Kruise weekend and the perfect way to end the evening. Suggested donation at the door with snacks and drinks available for purchase.
Friday, June 28th
8:00am to 10:00am / Mini Show #1 / Waffle Hut - 106 Main St.
Open to all vehicles 1976 and older - need not be registered in Kruise to participate.
10:00am to Noon / Mini Show #2 / Winema Electric - 735 Commercial St.
Open to all vehicles 1976 and older - need not be registered in Kruise to participate. Music, food and fun for everyone!
11:00am to 4:00pm / Registration & Pre-registered packet pickup / Moore Park - Lakeshore Dr.
Packet/goody bag pickup for those that have pre-registered, registration available for those that haven't.
Noon to 2:00pm / Mini Show #3 / Aftershock Sportsbar -3901 Brooke Dr.
Open to all vehicles 1976 and older - need not be registered in Kruise to participate.
2:00pm to 4:00pm / Mini Show #4 / Mia & Pia’s Pizzeria and the Klamath County Library - 3545 Summers Ln.
Open to all vehicles 1976 and older - need not be registered in Kruise to participate.
5:00pm to 7:00pm / BBQ / Ross Ragland Theater - 218 N 7th St.
Provided by Yummy's Catering (there's a reason for their name!) this is a hearty dinner featuring tri-tip and/or chicken and all the fixings. Tickets are $15/person and must be purchased in advance while supplies last - this event is open to the public. Beer, wine and soft drinks available for purchase from the Ross Ragland concession stand.
7:00pm to 10:00pm / Sock Hop / Ross Ragland Theater - 218 N 7th St.
Music of the 60s and 70s by Nephilim is sure to get your toes a tapping. Plenty of room for dancing or just sit back and listen to some great music. This event is open to the public - admission is $10 at the door.
Saturday, June 29th
7:00am to 9:00am / Registration & Pre-registered packet pickup / Moore Park - Lakeshore Dr.
Packet pickup for those that have pre-registered and registration for those that haven't on a space available basis. Once our limit of 500 registrants has been reached registration will be closed. This is the last chance to get registered for this year's event - if you're planning on just doing the Saturday evening Kruise you still need to be registered by 9am.
7:00am to 9:00am / Parking for Show 'n Shine / Moore Park - Lakeshore Dr.
All cars intending to participate in the Show 'n Shine MUST be parked by 9:00am - NO EXCEPTIONS! Vehicles arriving after 9:00am will not be allowed into Moore Park.
9:00am to 4:00pm / Show 'n Shine / Moore Park - Lakeshore Dr.
What could be better then spending the day at beautiful Moore Park on the shores of Klamath Lake surrounded by hundreds of classic cars? Add in music, food and vendors and it's a perfect way to spend a Saturday! Don't have a classic but want to come check out the beauties? Take advantage of the free shuttle that runs from OIT (by the soccer field parking lot) to Moore Park. No parking inside Moore Park except for those with a handicap parking placard or Kruise issued parking pass.
6:30pm to 9:00pm / Closed Kruise / Downtown
Hard to say who has the best time at this event, the owners of the classic cars getting to showcase their ride as they cruise downtown or the spectators who get to see them in action! Cruise route is Main Street and Klamath Avenue between 4th and 12th. General notice: street barricades will start going up at 5pm for the event and Main Street and Klamath Avenue between 4th and 12th will be closed to general traffic.
Sunday, June 30th
7:00am to 10:00am / Breakfast / Starv'n Marv'n Family Restaurant - 1822 Austin St.
A great way to fuel up for the last day of Kruise weekend. And it's included with your registration fee so what a deal!
10:00am to Noon / Poker Run / Starts at Starv'n Marv'n Family Restaurant - 1822 Austin St.
One last bit of fun before the weekend winds down with 7 lucky individuals taking home some cash!
Since 1953, Rogue River has been crowing. It was started as a clever (silly) way to let folks know that Rogue River is a town....not just a river! The contest has grown into a full weekend community event which includes a car show on Sunday. People travel long distances just to participate in this annual event in hopes of earning the famed title. No ROOSTER? No problem. The Human Crow contest is for those whom wish to personally get active. See official rules for both contests below or in the Kiwanis Rooster Crow booklet which is published each year.
Saturday begins with the Rooster Crow Run/Walk. Entries are accepted the day of the event.
At 10:00am is the Rooster Crow Parade. Businesses, Churches, social and civic groups, antique cars, tractors, adult and junior riders, youth and adult entries parade down main street for the best home town parade in Southern Oregon. Sure, it's hokey but why not! It's just a whole lot of fun. Want to be in the parade? No problem! The cost to enter is $20 which helps defer the costs for the trophies. This is small town America and no one does it better than Rogue River! After the parade is over, wander over to the concessionaires, vendor booths, food booths located in the Umpqua Bank parking lot, First street and Rooster Crow Arena. At 2:15pm is the Human Rooster Crow Contest. If you are interested in commercial or non-profit booth space, please contact the City of Rogue River at (541) 582-4401.
Rooster Crow Contest official rules:
The rules are simple. Each person can enter one rooster; the rooster must remain in the cage throughout the contest. An impartial judge is assigned, and the tallying begins at 2:45pm. No mechanical, electrical, physical or chemical stimulants or devices are allowed. Moreover, Roosters cannot be mistreated or abused. Each Rooster has 30 minutes to crow his heart out. The assigned judge keeps a tally of each cock-a-doodle-doo crowed in 30 minutes. A cash prize is given to the winner.
Human Crow Contest official rules:
Anyone can enter. People of all ages give their best crow for the microphone. Winners are selected based on crowd response. There is no entry fee for the Human Crow, just bring your best voice and let'er rip.
Come experience many varieties of lavender grown throughout the beautiful Applegate Valley. Enjoy rows of fragrant lavender, u-pick, wand & wreath making, craft vendors, lavender inspired food, distillation demos, plants & all-natural artisan lavender products. Festival locations: OSU Lavender Demonstration Garden,Lavender Fields Forever, English Lavender Farm, and Goodwin Creek Gardens.
Entry $3 Per Person
Children's Festival has over 35 booths offering arts & crafts, science projects and more.
Booths include candle making, pottery and wood carving, OR make a puppet, participate in sand & easel art, and have your face painted.
Cost is $3 for everyone older than 2 years.
General Information: www.storytellingguild.org
Volunteer information: www.getmeregistered.com/childrensfestival
Calling all kids, ages 1 to 100! Sponsored by the Storytelling Guild of Jackson County, this innovative 3 day event will take place Britt Gardens in Jacksonville and will bring out the creativity of both the young and young at heart as it has for generations.
This “just for kids” event has served as an affordable summertime experience in the Rogue Valley for generations. Admission to the Children’s Festival is a very low $3.00 per person. Children can enjoy hours of entertainment with many imagination-themed activities. There are over 35 hands-on art, craft, science projects, and of course, the daily feeding of the litter-eating dragons, Rosabelle and Pebbles! Older children will enjoy candle making, pottery and wood working, while younger children will have a chance to make their own puppet, sand and easel art, and have faces painted. The whole family can also look forward to child-focused stage performances and yummy food from our Dragon Deli.
Meet your local farmers! This free family event brings you directly to the farmers, land and animals that produce the delicious local food we enjoy in our fertile valley. Local residents will have the opportunity to visit multiple local farms and vineyards around the Rogue Valley, participate in a variety of activities from tastings to field tours, and learn about the abundance of our local food system. Enjoy a fun summer day with new adventures, delicious samples and interactive kids’ activities.
Choose your own adventure: Rogue Valley Farm Tour Brochures list all 26 farms and their activities in an easy-to-read format. Pick up your brochure of participating farms at Ashland Food Co-op, Medford Food Co-op and the Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market, or download digitally here: https://bit.ly/2MtTsqH
We have farms for all touring needs: city centered farms for the quick tour and farther afield farms for those looking for a scenic drive.
Pack a lunch from your local co-op and enjoy a picnic at one of the many farms designated with a picnic table icon in the brochure.
WIN $500 to local businesses by visiting TWO or more farms. To enter the drawing, follow these steps:
Visit a farm on the tour and ask the farmer to stamp his/her farm on your Farm Tour Brochure.
After you’ve visited at least two farms and have a minimum of two stamps:
Take a photo of your brochure
Post it on Facebook and tag @RogueValleyFarmTour. Make sure to tag us otherwise you won’t be entered in the drawing.
Winner will be announced on Tuesday July 24th.
The 2018 Rogue Valley Farm Tour is sponsored by:
Ashland Food Co-op
Medford Food Co-op
Rogue Credit Union
What to do in Southern Oregon
Organically Grown Company
Rogue Valley Food System Network
List of businesses for $500 raffle- Winner can choose up to 5 businesses from the following list:
Ashland Food Co-op, Medford Food Co-op, The Grange Co-op, Rogue Valley Growers Market, Grants Pass Growers Market, Bigham Farms, Blue Fox Farm, Easy Valley Farm, Forage and Plow Farm, Fort Vannoy Farms, Fox Run Farm, Fry Family Farm Store, Lavender Fields Forever, Martin Family Ranch, Oshala Farm, Plaisance Ranch, Ridgeline Meadows Farm, Rogue Creamery, Runnymede Farm, Salant Family Ranch, Seven Oaks Farm, Seven Seeds Farm/Siskiyou Seeds, TerraSol Organics, The English Lavender Farm, Valley View Orchard, Whistling Duck Farm, Willow Witt Ranch, and Wooldridge Creek Winery.
Local vendors and artists set up their booths to provide great eats, treats, knick knacks and crafts… Located on the southern Oregon coast, Brookings also offers uncharacteristically good weather for the state, scenic rivers and forests, as well as a wealth of outdoor activities for families and individuals alike.
– Free admission
– Free parking
– Free shuttle service– Free kids kite making
– Delicious local food
– Gifts and craft shops– Kite demonstrations
– Kite auction banquet
– Fun for all ages!
2019 marks the 29th anniversary for one of the biggest community events for Grants Pass and Southern Oregon. Back to the 50's is a week-long celebration of events culminating with the classic car cruise - one of Oregon's largest! This event is brought to you by the City of Grants Pass, local businesses who help through sponsorships and the many volunteers that donate their time to make this such a great community event!
Tuesday, July 23rd
- 50’s Rock ’N’ Roll Concert
- Classic Car Display
- Back to the 50’s T-shirts available
Wednesday, July 24th
- Dance the night away
- Contest & Silent Auction
- Fundraiser event for Shoes for Kids Program
Thursday, July 25th
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Local Diners & Evergreen Stage
- Grab the family & cruise to several local diners for food & music
- 50's music, prizes, & awards!
- Stops include Jimmy's Classic Drive-in, Ric's Corvette Bar & Grille, Dairy Queen South, Sonic...and a possible surprise new stop!
- Awards at Evergreen Stage in Town Center Plaza (6th & G St)
Friday & Saturday - All day Sidewalk sales & Restaurant specials.
Friday, July 26th
Classic Car Pre-Show
Ice Cream Social
Classic Car Line-Up
7:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Classic Car Pre-show presented by Rogue Valley Classic Cruisers - Music, food, prizes, etc. - at the Grasshopper Parking Lot on F Street (between 4th and 5th Streets)
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM - Ice Cream Social presented by Josephine County Historical Society - 512 SW 5th St
5:00 PM - Classic Car Line Up Special Parking Downtown for Cruise and Car Show Participants - On G St (enter at 4th St)
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Live Entertainment followed by Outdoor Movie at Evergreen Stage (Town Center Plaza - 6th & G Streets)
Saturday, July 27th
Classic Car Show
Parkway Show & Shine
Classic Car Cruise
10:00 AM - Classic Car Show (1974 and older) Hosted by Rogue Valley Classic Cruisers - Riverside Park - Limited to first 300 cars
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM -Free Kids Games - Enjoy Big Air Bounce Houses and Home Depot Projects for Kids - TownCenter Plaza
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM - FREE Show and Shine - Parkway Christian Center
7:00 PM - Classic Car Cruise (1974 and older) classic cars will cruise 6th & 7th Streets
9:00 PM - Grande Finale Free Concert at the Evergreen Stage - World Renowned Elvis Impersonator Cody Ray Slaughter - You don't want to miss this!
5k Walk/Run, Arm Wrestling, Basketball Tournament, Disc Golf, Elks Breakfast, Softball Tournament, Show and Shine, 4x4 Rock Crawl, Lumberjack Show, Music & MORE
Questions: please leave a message for Laura at (541) 863-7043, or email email@example.com
if you like funky junk, antiques, shabby chic home decor or just cool home and garden goods.. COME GET YOUR JUNK ON!!
Awesome vintage, antique, home and garden vendors from around the northwest, we'll also have food, music and local food wine and hand crafted ale vendors.
FRIDAY: 4-9:00 pm | SATURDAY: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
COST: Friday Nigh Early Bird Party $10 per person Saturday: $7 or $5 with a canned food donation, 12 and under free.
What arrr ye going to see there, you asks? Plenty of fun and frivolity, says we!
ENTERTAINERS: Re-enactors, providing cannon fire and sword play, magicians, jugglers, children’s events and more! The Kite Field will provide plenty of room for pirate shenanigans.
MUSICIANS: There’ll be old salty sea dog tunes and pirate shanties sung by real pirates; if that be what you like, lads and lasses, then you need to be joining us.
MERCHANTS: Merchants with wares that be appealing to the pirate nature.
The Charleston Volunteer Firefighter’s invite you to celebrate the harvest from the sea. With over 50 vendors selling food, Craft Beer, Regional Wines, crafts, shirts, trinkets and lots more. Sponsored by the Charleston Volunteer Firefighter’s Association, Oregon International Port of Coos Bay and K-DOCK Radio. Great music all weekend with the K-DOCK 92.9 FM CLAM JAM featuring live Rock and Roll, Blues, Oldies and more!
Feast yourself on the goods while up to 25 food trucks compete in a cook-off for a share of $8,500 in prize money.
Each truck will have a $2 sample item as well as a full menu to serve to the public. Prices are subject to each individual truck.
$5 General Admission, half of which will directly benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon. Kids 5 and under are free.
Parade Starts at 10:00 a.m.
Jamboree Starts at: 11:00 a.m.
The Old Time Fiddlers
The Dunk Tank Is Back!
Sign up your 'favorite person' to sit and be dunked
The Timber Carnival
Better Than Ever!
Chain Saw Sculpture
Many Kids Games & Activities
General Info 541.218.2185
Booths / Vendors Contact: 541.863.1599
Parade / Parade Sponsor 541.817.2591
Tractor Show & Parade 541.839.4606
From jams and jellies to baked goods, candy and wine; it’s all about the Blackberry. The festival hosts over 100 artists, artisans and vendors. So bring the entire family. Walk around and experience our unique blackberry culture! This is a great event for everyone – tourists, locals and sellers.Link to Blackberry Arts Festival
Come celebrate the start of our harvest season this Labor Day weekend at the Taste of Harry & David. Enjoy live music, visit our new dessert lounge, and explore the best food, wine, and beer that the Rogue Valley has to offer, including samples of your favorite Harry & David products. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at the Harry & David Country Village Store.
Admission is $20 and includes a commemorative glass and samples of wine*, beer*, and a variety of gourmet foods. Save $5 when you bring 5 non-perishable food items to donate to the Teresa McCormick Center. Not sampling beer and wine? Admission is $15 for food samples only, and kids 10 and younger get in for free. While you’re there, be sure to post photos using #ShareMore to be part of the celebration!
*Must be 21 years of age or older for wine and beer tasting.
Plein Art Artists
60+ Artists & VendorsRain or shine: Under two big tents: Free entrance and free parking
Come see some of the Pacific Northwests best artists.../ vendors
Food...live entertainment...fishing derby...Light House Tours
Artists from all over Oregon will be participating in their crafts at annual Art by the Bay festival. You will have a chance to observe styles & skills of Potters, Painters, Carvers, Jewelry and more. You will be able to observe artists sketching all that the Winchester Bay waterfront has to offer. There will be many kids art games and activities.
The BBQ Competition will be backyard style BBQ with over $12,000 in cash prizes. Tickets are limited and will sell out quick! There are 15 teams this year!! Be prepared to stuff your face with the best BBQ around!
Friday September 13th - 4pm to 8pm Tri-Tip
Saturday September 14th - Noon to 4pm Ribs
Sunday September 15th - Noon to 3pm Brots
You will sample 17 teams and vote for your favorite! Sample size is 1.5oz... that's over a pound and a half of meat each day!
Join us for a fun-filled weekend of activities and events!
We promise entertainment for the whole family at the parade, festival market, and street dance. Cranberry cooks compete for a culinary crown in the Queen of the Kitchen food fair, while hungry festival goers dive into the cranberry eating contest to win prizes.
Farmers and artisans strut their stuff at Cranberry City and the Festival Market. Live music, from rock ‘n’ roll to classic country, will keep you hummin’ all weekend.
Old Town Bandon | The Port of Bandon Water Front | Sprague Community Theater | City Park | Bandon High SchoolFood FairCranberry Farm ToursCar ShowCycling EvenParadeFestival MarketCranberry Eating ContestAnd More!Link to Bandon Cranberry Festival
A Celebration of Native American and Coquille Tribal Culture
This fun-filled weekend is full of family events and entertainment.
Tribal canoe races & rides
Outdoor tribal vendors and crafts (demonstrations and participation)
Traditional salmon bake meal
Live entertainment with authentic Native American dancing and drumming
Coos Bay Basin Salmon Derby awards ceremony
Festival located in the south parking lot outside The Mill Hotel.
Bring the whole family for a great weekend of fun!
Proceed will benefit the animals at Rogue Valley Humane Society
Tickets available at Rogue Valley Humane Society which
Under 10 years FREE
$25 includes Park Admission, Event Glass, Two Beer Samples, Music and Vendors.
$15 includes Park Admission, Music and Vendors
Live Music by David Pinsky & Phil Newton | Peter Herzog | Brian Risling & Airtight Alibi
ROSS RAGLAND THEATER
Friday September 14, 2018 - Opening Night Gala and Film
Saturday September 15, 2018 - Features
- 11:45am - Feature: "Toward the Source"
- 1:25pm - Feature: "The Astronot"
- 3:15pm - Feature: "Break from the Herd"
- 5:10pm - Feature: "The Last Hot Lick"
- 7:15pm - Feature: "Seaside"
- 9:25pm - Feature: "Obscura"
ROSS RAGLAND THEATER
Sunday September 16, 2018 - Shorts and Awards!
- 11:25am - Long Shorts I "Docs":
- 1:10pm - Long Shorts II "Stories":
- 2:50pm - Northern Shorts:
- 5:00pm - Southern Shorts and KIFF2018 awards!
PURCHASE KIFF2018 TICKETS
From full Festival Passes down to individual shows, get your tickets here...or purchase tickets at the festival, if we haven't sold out by then! Click below to purchase your KIFF2018 tickets!
6th annual West Coast Country Music Festival 2018!
August 10-11th, 2018
Friday pre-party doors open: 5pm, music 6pm
Saturday doors open: 11am, music 11:30am
SINGLE DAY - FRIDAY -OR- SATURDAY:
- $30 in advance, $40 Day Of (kids under 14 FREE!)
WEEKEND PASS - FRIDAY & SATURDAY Party Package!
- $50 adv / $80 at the door
Brought to us by Ashland Food Co-op
VIP TICKET LEVELS (sorry, no kid VIP passes available):
SILVER Tier (incl VIP Deck and Bathroom use): $125/day
GOLD Tier (incl VIP Deck, Room w/ food, beer and Bathroom use): $200/day
Music: Saturday, 11am - DARK
11470 Oregon 66
Ashland, OR 97520
SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
5:30 Leslie Christine
6:45 Bee Eaters w/ Sean Watkins
7:45 Miss Lonely Hearts
8:45 Pat Reedy w/JPB
12:00 Creekside Strings
12:45 Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons
1:45 Way Siders
2:45 Rainy and Lela
3:50 Zach Bryson and the Meat Rack
5:00 Jesse Daniel
6:30 Bow Ties
7:30 Miss Lonely Hearts
8:30 Charley Crockett
9:30 Halden Wofford & the Hi*Beams
Hilltop stage (Saturday Only):
2:30 Gene Burnett
3:30 Maybe Sometimes
4:35 Justin Gordon
6:00 Intuitive Compass
Beer Lounge provided by Lagunitas Brewery
Grab your tickets now for this event!
Lodging available! Kids area provided!
Habitat's 2018 Hammer N' Ales Brewfest will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. July 21 at the Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville, OR. The festival is for those 21 and older and includes tasting beer, wine and local foods. Other highlights include dancing to live music from a local band, and the chance to win in an oral auction, a raffle and a Wheel of Fortune.
Habitat is looking for volunteers to pour beer and help during the brewfest. If you're interested, please fill out a Hammer N' Ales Volunteer Form and the Habitat volunteer coordinator will contact you.
A celebration of local craft beer culture and its continuing growth in our community.
Celebrations & Festivals | Brewery & Pub Visits | Releases | Tastings | Tap Takeovers | Tours |
Beer-Centric Dining & Food Pairing | Demos | Culture | Education | History | Contests | Raffles | Diversions
Winston Summer Nite Cruise
July 7th, 2018, 5pm-10pm
Registration is $1 or $5 with a dash plaque and includes
an entry in the door prize. Registration will be next to Winston Dillard Water District office at 3:00 the day of the Cruise.
Open Cruise for all types of vehicles including the Classics
and Muscle Cars
There will be Cruise T-Shirts, vendors and entertainment.
Something for everyone and family fun.
BBQ Lunch1pm - 50/50 Drawing & Live AuctionBeer, Wine and Much More
The Oregon Coast Music Festival (OCMF) has grown from a Coos Bay performance of Haydn music to a two-week-long annual festival that draws 5,000 to its varied concerts in several Coos Bay area locations. The OCMF had its beginnings in 1978, when Dr. Charles Heiden and his family moved to Coos Bay with the idea of encouraging local children to learn about orchestral music. Heiden, who had previously served as professor of violin at Willamette University, said he wanted to go somewhere “culturally impoverished,” to plant seeds of culture.
Held in honor of the late Joshua Guillory. Our mission is to encourage and provide an opportunity for kids and adults to be involved in and grow their love of music. The festival will be held Saturday the 24th and will include a music session for kids, live music, food, a beer garden for adults, various music related booths, and a special guest.
Festival goers will enjoy three full days of original music, an artisans’ market, plus delicious gourmet vegetarian meals and snacks.
The festival also includes a Healing Sanctuary, an Intuitive Arts Pavilion, Yoga, Ecstatic Dance, Workshops, The Goddess Temple, and late night music in both the Casbah and the Community Room. This is a family friendly event where children will enjoy Kid Village, with all kinds of fun activities.
The stunning Jackson WellSprings Resort offers a hot mineral soaking pool, full size swimming pool, sauna, and steam bath, which will be available late into the night.** Limited number of camping passes available.