Lane County Community Events

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Springfield Public Library Events

Springfield Public Library, 225 Fifth Street, Springfield |

Eugene Public Library Events

  • STEAM Storytime | Mondays, 4:00 PM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibrarySTEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. For ages 3 to 7 with their caregivers.
  • Talkers Storytime | Tuesdays, 10:15AM and 11:00 AM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryFor toddlers who are starting to string words together, with their caregivers.
  • Pajama Storytime | Tuesdays, 6:30 PM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryFor young children with their caregivers.
  • Preschool Storytime | Wednesdays, 10:15 AM and 11:00 AM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryFor preschoolers with their caregivers.
  • Walkers Storytime | Thursdays, 10:15 AM and 11:00 AM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryFor babies up on their feet, with their caregivers.
  • Baby Storytime | Fridays, 10:15 AM and 11:15 AM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryFor babies from birth to first steps, with their caregivers.
  • Family Storytime at Sheldon | Fridays, 10:15 AM | Free |Sheldon Branch of Eugene Public LibraryFor kids of all ages, with their caregivers
  • Family Storytime at Bethel | Fridays, 10:15 AM | Free | Bethel Branch of Eugene Public LibraryFor kids of all ages, with their caregivers.
  • Family Music Time | Saturdays, 10:15 AM | Free | Downtown Eugene Public LibraryLive music for kids of all ages, with their caregivers.
  • Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish | Saturdays, 11:15 AM | Free | Bethel Branch of Eugene Public LibraryStories and songs in Spanish for the whole family. .

Downtown Eugene Public Library, 10th & Olive, Eugene

Sheldon Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1566 Coburg Road, Eugene

Bethel Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1990 Echo Hollow Road, Eugene

Spanish, 541-682-5450 (press 5) | English, 541-682-8316 |

Hult Center Shows

  • Hult Center 35th Anniversary Celebration | September 16 at 12:30 PM | More Info
  • Eugene Symphony: Renée Fleming | September 19
  • Radio Redux Presents: The Philadelphia Story | September 22 - 24
  • Eugene Symphony: Circles of Life | September 28
  • Eugene Ballet Company: Mowgli - The Jungle Book | October 6 & 8
  • Tom Papa | October 6
  • Beautiful | October 11 - 15 | | Facebook
  • Kaki King | October 13
  • Loudon Wainwright III | October 14
  • Joe Bonamassa | October 16
  • Eugene Symphony: Piano Fireworks | October 19
  • REI Presents: Eugene Premiere of Rogue Elements | October 28
  • One-Man Star Wars Trilogy | October 20
  • An Evening with Garrison Keillor | October 20
  • Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live | October 25
  • MOMIX: Opus Cactus | October 31
  • National Geographic Live: Mireya Mayor | November 9
  • Men are from Mars-Woman are from Venus Live! | November 10 - 11 |
  • Hari Kondabolu | November 16
  • Tori Amos | November 25
  • Mannheim Steamroller | November 26 |
  • PJ Masks Live!: Time to Be A Hero | December 1
  • Make We Marry | December 19 | Eugene Concert Choir
  • Postmodern Jukebox | December 12
  • Nutcracker | December 22 - 24
  • Book of Morman | January 16 - 21 | | Facebook
  • National Geographic Live: Bob Poole | February 1
  • Motown The Musical | February 2-3 | | Facebook
  • Brian Reed: Creating S-Town | February 9
  • Mozart Grand Mass in C Minor | February 25 | Eugene Concert Choir
  • Kinky Boots | February 27-March 1 | | Facebook
  • National Geographic Live: Nizar Ibrahim | March 22
  • A Chorus Line | March 30-31 | | Facebook
  • Bollywood Dreams | April 28 | Eugene Concert Choir
  • Bollywood Dreams for Kids | April 28 | Eugene Concert Choir

Hult Center for the Performing Arts, One Eugene Center, Eugene

541-682-5000 |

Lane Events Center Events

Lane Events Center at the Fairgrounds, 796 W. 13th Ave., Eugene

541-682-7395 |

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art: 2017


  • First Saturday Public Tour: 45-minute tour | Free
  • Free First Friday: Enjoy the JSMA the first Friday of every month. | Free


  • Check the website for current events

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art,1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene

541-346-3027 |

OSU Extension Service Sponsors Pruning Classes in Lane County

See website for classes.

Pre-Registration is requested for all pruning sessions. Classes will be held rain or shine.

For more information or to register for a pruning class call the number noted for the specific class, or for all other classes call the OSU Extension Service.

A $10 donation per person is recommended for classes and will be collected at class site.

541-344-5859 |

Science Pub

Forth Tuesday of Each Month | 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The event is free to the public and all ages are welcome. $5 Suggested Donation

The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council hosts a free monthly public meeting series called the Coast Fork Science Pub. The event begins with informal socializing, trivia, prizes and updates about the watershed and watershed council during the first hour. Then our Science Pub presentation begins at 6pm. Participants are encouraged to support the Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council by ordering food & drinks from 5-7:30pm, as 10% of the sales from evening sales will benefit the Watershed Council.

657 E. Main Street, Cottage Grove | 541-767-9717 | Facebook Event Page

Open Microphone Musical Benefit for Habitat For Humanity

2nd Tuesday of each Month | 6:30 PM

Free (donations encouraged and gratefully accepted).

This monthly event is a benefit for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. There is no cover charge; donations are gratefully accepted; and the talent is always mostly quite good.

If you are a musician and you would like to perform at the open mike, prepare a musical set up to 20 minutes long, then show up and sign up by 6:30pm. (When 10 or more musicians sign up, each one will be given 15 minutes for their set; when 9 or fewer folks sign up, each performer will be allowed 20 minutes.) If you would like to be part of our audience, please join us any time from 6:30pm on for this unique local display of talent and generosity, which supports a worthy non-profit cause, Cottage Grove’s local branch of Habitat for Humanity.

Folks who are under 21 are allowed into the pub until 8:30 pm in order to enjoy and fully participate in the evening, but not to drink alcoholic beverages.

Axe & Fiddle Music Pub, 657 East Main Street, Cottage Grove


Youth Art Works: Free Art Class for Kids Ages 6-12

Every Saturday | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Free

  • 9/9-Painting with David CP Placencia
  • 9/16-Painting with Feeling with Robin Levin-We'll explore how color, shapes and motion can express our emotions. We'll examine work that demonstrates the artists feelings. We'll play with an assortment of materials to "show some emotions".

Emerald Art Center, 500 Main St., Springfield


Eugene Saturday Market

Every Saturday Now - November 11 | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Eugene's weekly arts, food and music festival. Over 200 artisans sell their handcrafted goods, fifteen food booths serve up an international array of foods, and the stage features six different live music acts each day. In operation since 1970, the Market is the oldest weekly open-air crafts festival in the U.S.

126 E 8th, Eugene | 541-686-8885 |

Natural Grocers Events

  • Let's Make Apple No-Bake Cookies | September 11 | Noon - 2:00 PM | Free | A sampling opportunity to Celebrate Organic Month! w/Yaakov Levine
  • Let's Taco 'Bout Organics & Taco Tuesday Party!! | September 12 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Free | w/Yaakov Levine

Natural Grocers, 201 Coburg Rd., Eugene | | (541) 345-3300 | Facebook

WOW Hall Events

  • September 11: Blu & Exile, Dag Savage, Choosey, Cashus King, TOPE, Capriisun
  • September 13: SZA, Smino, Ravyn Lenae
  • September 15: Hyding Jekyll, The Shrike, Axis alvation
  • September 16: PUP with The Shifts
  • October 14: Diamond Saints
  • November 1: Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber with The Sunday Bump

WOW Hall, 291 W 8th Ave, Eugene | 541-687-2746 |

Trek Theatre to Perform: Forbidden Planet

September 9, 16 & 17 | Friday & Saturdays at 5:00 PM | Sunday at 3:00 PM | Free

Eugene, Oregon. Eugene’s science fiction theatre company, Trek Theatre, will be performing an adaptation of the movie Forbidden Planet at the Amazon Community Center amphitheater.

In this sci-fi classic, a spacecraft travels to the distant planet Altair IV to discover the fate of a group of scientists sent there decades earlier. When Commander John J. Adams and his crew arrive, they discover only two people: Dr. Morbius and his daughter, Altaira, who was born on the remote planet. Soon, Adams begins to uncover the mystery of what happened on Altair IV, and why Morbius and Altaira are the sole survivors.

Family friendly, but note there is some stage violence, so parents use their discretion.

Amazon Community Center Amphitheater, Eugene | Facebook


September 9

General Admission:

  • Adults - $13 | Junior, Senior, Military - $10 | Youth (6-12) - $5 | Family Pass (2 Adult/4 Youth) - $30

Quality RV Hornets, Street Stocks, Late Models, and the 360 Sprint Cars have one last chance to earn points at their final point race of the year. While KC Scott and Curtis Towns have a lock on the Quality RV Hornet and Late Model Championships, the Street Stocks and 360 Sprints have a much closer battle going on. Evan Britton leads Garrett Barth by just 17 points and Jason Solwold is a mere 3 points ahead of Justyn Cox. Don’t miss a minute of the action as all of the drivers in these 4 classes fight for points one last time in 2017! While it may be the last chance they have to earn points, it won’t be the last time to see them race as Cottage Grove Speedway has extended its season thru October 14th!!

Saturday Times:

  • Pit Gate – 2:00
  • Front Gate – 4:00
  • Hot Laps 5:30
  • Qualifying 6:00
  • Racing – 6:30

Cottage Grove Speedway, Cottage Grove | 541-729-8666 |

Florence Habitat For Humanity: BEACHWALK

September 9 | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Donations Accepted

Let's go fly a kite! 18th annual BEACHWALK is the major fundraiser for FHFH. Starting point at North Jetty, walk to Driftwood Shores. Food, Music, and a professional KITE demonstration at Driftwood Shores. Join our efforts to build safe & affordable housing in Florence!

North Jetty, North Jetty Road off Rhododendron Drive, Florence | 541-997-8818

Bow Wow Around Town

September 9 | 9:30 AM | Donation is $10 per person or $15 per family

The Humane Society of Cottage Grove is a non-profit staffed 100% by volunteers.

We are starting in Prospector Park at 10am (registration starts at 9:30). We walk a two mile loop ending back in the Park. We have door prizes, free doggie scarves and refreshments for people and dogs. All proceeds go to help animals in our area.

Prospects Park, Cottage Grove | 541-953-9112 | | Facebook Event

A Dream Come True

September 9 | 10:30 AM | Free

In 1995 Jan Eliot saw her long-time dream come true, when her comic strip Stone Soup became a syndicated newspaper comic strip. Distributed by Universal Press Syndicate, Stone Soup ran daily in 300 newspapers across the US, Canada, Central America, Romania, Indian, China and Australia. After 20 years of meeting daily deadlines, Eliot reduced her output to once a week on Sundays. She loves her new schedule and plans to continue it indefinitely. Jan Eliot will be the speaker in a presentation on September 9, 2017 at the meeting of the American Association of University Women to be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 777 Coburg Rd. in Eugene. It is free and open to the public. Please park in the lot which is entered from Harlow Rd.

777 Coburg Rd., Eugene | | 541-344-4267

Emerald Valley Opry

September 9 | Doors open - 5:00 PM | Houseband 5:15 PM | Concert 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Admission: Adults $8 | Seniors 55+ $5 | 7 thur 16 $3 | under 7 free

On our opry stage:

  • Lea Jones: Original folk and bluegrass
  • The Huckleberrys: Americana. Blues to Bluegrass!
  • David Pope: Country music
  • Satori BoB: Alt-Americana
  • HAND ~ BIRD.: Country Mix

Willamette High School, Powers Auditorium, 1801 Echo Hollow Rd., Eugene

Cheers to 50 Years

September 10 | 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM | $12

The Eugene Symphony Guild is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a kickoff event, “Cheers to 50 Years�. This event will be reminiscent of one of the very first fundraisers for the Eugene Symphony, featuring vintage cars and modeled vintage outfits, a complimentary glass of wine, music by the Terra Nova Trio and food available from the Lani Moku food cart at the Valhalla Winery.

23785 OR-126, Veneta | | 541-434-9188 | Facebook: eugenesymphonyguild

Greenhill Humane Society's 2nd Annual: Paws in the Garden

September 10 | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM | $15 - $20/per person

Join us for a Self-guided Tour of North Eugene Area Private Gardens and a Benefit for Homeless Animals in our Community.

Featured Gardens:

  • Birran Garden: 1291 Kenray Lp. in Springfield
  • Calvert Garden: 1062 Woodside Dr. in Eugene
  • Niles Garden: 1457 Roundup Dr. in Eugene
  • Cruickshank Garden: 2135 Rocky Ln. in Eugene
  • Hafner Garden: 2390 Pioneer Pike in Eugene
  • Spence Garden: 710 Pool St. in Eugene
  • Jackson Garden: 2499 Lariat Meadows in Eugene

Tickets are $15 and available online at:

Tickets are also available at the following retail locations:

  • Greenhill Humane Society
  • 1st Avenue Shelter
  • Down to Earth – Eugene
  • Farmfancy – Coburg
  • Jerry’s Home Improvement – Eugene & Springfield
  • Johnson Bros. Greenhouses – Coburg
  • Little Red Farm – Springfield
  • Shamrock Flowers & Gifts – Eugene

Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $20 at any of the gardens during the tour.

Special thank you to our Sponsor Worthington Business Services and our Supporters VCA , Lane Forest Products and KVAL.

Climb Out of the Darkness- WellMama

September 10 | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM | Free

Join us as we symbolically rise out of the darkness of maternal mental illness and into the light of hope and wellness! A community awareness event that sheds light on postpartum depression struggles. Bring your friends and family. Meet at the Campbell Community Center law for a walk to the Owen Rose Garden, 11-12. After party at Coldfire Brewing from 12-2, with music, food and drinks, and kids activities.

155 High St., Eugene | 1-800-896-0410 |Facebook: wellmama

Grandparent's Day Celebration

September 10 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Free

Parenting Now! invites the community to join us for our 2nd annual Grandparent's Day Celebration. Grandparent's Day celebrates the special bond between grandparents and grandchild. One of life's great pleasures can be in the role of a grandparent. Grandparenting adds richness, depth, sweetness, and just plain fun to life.

At the event, attendees can:

  • Make a post card for a grandparent or grandchild far away.
  • Get a family photo taken by Lifetouch Photography ($10 suggested donation).
  • Explore some instruments care of Refuge Music Therapy.
  • Check out our artifact zoo and see if you can figure out how to make it work.
  • Ice cream courtesy of the Umpqua Bank Ice Cream Truck.
  • Book corner, park play, and more!

Parenting Now! is a nonprofit offering groups and workshops so that all children are raised by nurturing, skilled parents.

Emerald Park, 1400 Lake Drive, Eugene | 541-484-5316 | Facebook | Twitter

Grandparent's Pioneer Tea

September 10 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Adult - $20, Children 15 & younger - $10

A special pioneer tea on will be held at the Pioneer Schoolhouse at the Camas Country Bakery, in honor of National Grandparent's Day. The event, a fundraiser for the living history programs at Singing Creek Educational Center (SCEC) located on the same site, includes art, poetry, live music, a raffle, fresh baked treats from the farm, and more. Guests are treated to a lovely presentation of tables laid with china dishes and fresh cut flowers. The atmosphere is light-hearted as families come to celebrate and honor their cherished grandparents and "grand-friends." The tea, provided by Mountain Rose Herbs and including blends such as "Grateful Heart" , will be served in pioneer fashion with costumed servers. Guests are encouraged to dress in pioneer style clothing to add to the ambience.

The historic schoolhouse (1899) was originally the Lower Fern Ridge Schoolhouse and was purchased and moved to the farm 3 years ago, where the owners, Tom and Sue Hunton, restored it as a community gathering place and for their bakery customers. They preserved the history literally carved into it– inscriptions of school children that attended as far back as 1900 can still be seen inside on the walls.

Advance tickets are required and can be purchased at The event will fill up fast, so early ticket purchase is encouraged. The facility is wheelchair accessible and there is plenty of parking.

Singing Creek Educational Center inspires children and families toward an appreciation of natural science and history through hands-on interactive learning. SCEC is located on a working farm just five minutes north of the Eugene Airport off Hwy 99, and just two miles south of Junction City. Find more information about ‘Letters from the Trail’ and other SCEC programs at

Discovering Worthiness Work Group

Begining September 12, for 12 weeks | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | FREE (Registration required)

What does it mean to feel worthy? Do I deserve love and belonging? What barriers exist around self-worth for me? How can I identify and uncover these barriers? How can I instill a sense of worthiness in myself? How can I practice self-care? We are all worthy, however we do not all feel worthy. This workgroup will explore what self-worth means and how it affects our lives. We will learn what is holding us back from the realization of our own self-worth and how we must first discover and embrace this concept as truth before we can truly move forward in our healing and personal growth.

Who?: Self-identified women ages 18+ who have experienced sexual assault. Transwomen welcome!

SASS building, 591 W 19th Ave., Eugene | 541-484-9791 | | Facebook

Long Tom Watershed Council 20th Anniversary Annual Celebration

September 14 | 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM | Registration required by September 6. | Tickets are $25/person and $60/family

The Long Tom Watershed Council (LTWC) is commemorating 20 years of the watershed community’s accomplishments through voluntary action. A fantastic panel of speakers will be “Sharing 20 Years of Watershed Moments,” featuring a series of short stories from community leaders and council partners including former Restoration Director Cindy Thieman, local farmer Jason Hunton, and others. Enjoy a delicious dinner buffet, watershed awards, board member election, and live music by the Eugene City Barnstormers!

Sponsored by Ninkasi Brewing Co. and Stroda Brothers Farm. Don’t miss LTWC’s biggest event of the year!

Bennett Vineyards and Wine Co., 25974 Highway 36, Cheshire | 541-338-7055 |

Wild Ones Youth Ranch Round-Up!

September 15 | 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM | Cost is $10/person for dinner and dessert.

Wild Ones Youth Ranch is hosting our first ever roundup and BBQ. Come watch demos, shop vendor booths, eat good food, and finish up the evening with an auction style fundraiser. Bring a friend, bring your appetite, and bring your checkbook!

Ferguson Rd., Junction City | 541-321-1087 | Facebook: WildOnesYouthRanch

Santa Clara Garden Workshop

September 16 | 11:00 AM | Free

Demonstration of several soil building methods, including: hot and cold compost, lasagna (layers), and vermiculture (worms) . Master Gardener Bonnie Houston will demonstrate how to keep hot and cold compost going in the fall and winter. A worm bin, started in July, will be checked to see how soil building is going. The benefits of worm castings will be discussed. Other OSU Extension Service Master Gardeners will assist, including translation to Spanish. The workshop will take about an hour, and is free to the public.

Santa Clara Community Garden is a partnership between Santa Clara Community Organization, St. Matthews Episcopal Church, and Huerto de la Familia. The garden is located about two miles north of Beltline Road, at St. Matthews Episcopal Church, next to a bus stop for easy access.

Contributions to the community garden for tools, development, and workshops may be made to the Santa Clara Community Organization (SCCO Garden Fund).

Santa Clara Community Garden, 4110 River Road, Eugene |

Get Ready Event to Prepare for Natural Disasters

September 16 | 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Free

American Red Cross and NW Natural Partner During National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month, a time when NW Natural (NYSE:NWN) and the American Red Cross host Get Ready events to help the public prepare for natural disasters and other emergencies. Local groups will be available in eight cities to offer valuable tips for building a kit, making a plan, emergency communications, first aid, natural gas safety and more.

Get Ready is open to the public and free lunch will be provided. The first 100 families at each event will receive a starter emergency kit courtesy of NW Natural. Attendees will also have the chance to enter a drawing to win an American Red Cross preparedness kit.

Local fire departments, police departments, and other emergency teams will join the American Red Cross Cascades Region and NW Natural.

Autzen Stadium, East Parking Lot, Eugene | Facebook: RedCrossCascades| Twitter: @RedCrossCasc | Instagram: @RedCrossCascades

Harvest Party at Dorris Ranch

September 17 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | $4 Before the Event/$5 at the Door

Cider pressing, reliving early pioneer life and making traditional fall crafts are among the many family-friendly activities planned for the Harvest Party at Dorris Ranch.

With the ideal setting to step back in time, Dorris Ranch and its Living History Village provide the opportunity to visit a fur trapper’s fall encampment, or help the Masterson pioneer family as they prepare for winter. A special appearance by the Fort Umpqua Muzzle Loaders is also planned. Members of this group, representing the pre-1840s Fur Trade Era, will re-enact the lives of these early day trappers.

The afternoon will also be filled with family games, story time, fun photo opportunities and antique farm equipment demonstrations. Additionally, samplings of cider and caramel corn will be served.

This first-ever event was created to provide the community with an educational and enriching day full of fun activities and demonstrations, according to Jen Marsh, Willamalane’s Outdoor Recreation and Special Events Coordinator.

Dorris Ranch, Springfield | 541-736-4544 |

The Village Uncorked

September 23 | 6:30PM | Tickets

The Village Uncorked, hosted by the Rotary Club of Cottage Grove. Join us for an elegant evening under the stars, with wine tastings, appetizers, and dessert. There will be an auction replete with regional wines and music at the Village Green Resort, Cottage Grove, OR "All Proceeds Benefit Children and Families In Need Around The world"

725 Row River Road, Cottage Grove | Facebook

Volunteers Needed for Statewide Cemetery Cleanup

September 23

Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries is partnering with SOLVE to bring cemetery cleanups into the statewide Beach & Riverside Cleanup, presented by the Oregon Lottery. Many of these cemeteries were established in the 1800s and are in need of helping hands to remove invasive weeds and woody debris, clean headstones, and assist in other tasks. Cemeteries all over the state, Canby to Coos Bay to Gold Hill are sprucing before Veterans Day and the onset of winter. All cleanups will take place on September 23 unless noted otherwise. To see a complete list of cemeteries and sign up visit the SOLVE website. State law established the seven-member Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries to maintain a listing of all historic cemeteries and gravesites in Oregon; promote public education on the significance of historic cemeteries; and obtain financial and technical assistance for restoring, improving and maintaining their appearances.

State of Oregon Cemeteries | | 503-986-0685

For complete list of cemeteries and to sign up:

Lane County Master Gardener Association: Fall Festival

September 23 | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM | Free

Learn research-based gardening and food preservation techniques, meet community organizations, and shop local vendors. Enjoy free workshops, tomato and heirloom apple tastings, free cider pressed on-site, a vegetable-judging activity, and kids' activities. There will also be a bake sale, book sale, plant sale, seed swap, and store featuring items made by local Master Gardeners.

Scheduled classes are:

  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. - “Hot and Cold Composting & Bokashi” with Rodney Bloom, OSU Extension Service Compost Specialist
  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. – “Native Trees of Lane County” with Lauren Grand, OSU Extension Agent, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • 12:00-1:00 p.m. – “Fall Cover Crops” with Jeff Choate, OSU Extension Horticulturist
  • 12:00-1:00 p.m. – “Native Shrubs and Wildflowers” with Bruce Newhouse, Master Gardener
  • 1:30-2:30 p.m. – “Glorious Garlic” with Pat Patterson, Master Gardener and retired OSU Horticulture
  • 1:30-2:30 p.m. – “Basics of Choosing and Growing Tree Fruits” with Jim Rundall, Master Gardener Tree Fruit Specialist
  • 1:30-2:30 p.m. – “Fermentation” with OSU Extension Master Food Preservers
  • 1:30-2:30 p.m. – “Butterflies of Lane County” with Alison Center, North American Butterfly Association

Apple Trees Available at Event:

  • 16 varieties of apple trees to purchase in support of Lane County gardening programs.
  • Trees cost $10, and some are available for $5.
  • Come get your semi-dwarf apple tree(s) for your back yard, and we'll tell you how to plant it and care for it. For more information contact Peter at

River Road Park & Recreation Center, 1400 Lake Drive, Eugene | 541-344-5859 |

Walk and Talk with a Doc

September 11 & 25 | 5:00 PM | Free | Rain or Shine

Have fun and join us for a healthy walk. We will begin with a few minutes to discuss the importance of exercise and then head out for a 30 minute walk. It's a great way to get out, get active, and enjoy good conversation. Who can come? ANYONE! People of all ages and walking abilities are welcome. Don't forget to bring a friend to this FREE community event!

Sponsored by McKenzie Hear, Lung and Vascular Center.

Doris Ranch, Springfield | 541-744-8640

Jekyll & Hyde

October 6-29 | 8:00 PM Thur-Sat; 2:30 PM Sundays | $25 Adult, $15 Youth (ages 13-18)

Jekyll & Hyde, a thrilling pop rock musical based on the classic novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, explores that fine line between good and evil existing in us all.

700 Village Drive, Cottage Grove | 541-942-8001 |

Emerald Valley Opry

October 14 | Doors open - 5:00 PM | Houseband 5:15 PM | Concert 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Admission: Adults $8 | Seniors 55+ $5 | 7 thur 16 $3 | under 7 free

On our opry stage:

  • Jerry Ott and Glory Road Travelers- Gospel
  • The Trammels --Country Gospel
  • Billy McCoy – Great Country
  • Satori BoB-- Alt-Americana
  • Cowboy Cadillac- Country/Rockabilly

Willamette High School, Powers Auditorium, 1801 Echo Hollow Rd., Eugene

Women In Military Memorial Dedication

November 10 | 10:00 AM

Please join the Women Veterans Committee and the City of Springfield in honoring all women who serve our country.

Springfield Memorial Plaza, Mohawk Boulevard, Springfield


November 25 & 26 | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pottery, baskets, lotions and soaps, garden art, specialty foods, jewelry and more!

1626 Wllamette St., Eugene | 541-520-5365

The Shedd Institute's 2017 Theatricals Season

Singin’ In The Rain (1952) | December 1-17 (9 performances)

The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts, 868 High Street, Eugene

541-434-7000 |

Concerts at First

September 24, 2017 | 3:00 PM

Contemporary classic trio fuses classical and popular instruments for the opening of the 18th season of Concerts at First

First United Meothodist Church, 1376 Olive St., Eugene

541-345-8764 |

Emmaus Holiday Bazaar

November 4

Emmaus Lutheran Church, 1250 West 18th Avenue, Eugene


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