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Events in & around this town of ours.

 

June

 

Thursday, 6/1

Wonderful Ones Storytime for 1-year-olds with their caregivers, Thursdays, 10:15am & 11am, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Fundraiser for Makindu Children’s Program, 15% of all purchases benefit orphaned & vulnerable children of Makindu, Kenya, 11:30am-10pm, Hot Mama’s Wings, 420 W. 13th. FREE.

Hearing Voices & Extreme States Discussion/Support Group, 1pm, LILA, 20 E. 13th Ave., differentminds.us/eshv, 541-513-1811. FREE.

Mr. Burns, student theater dark comedy, today, 6/2, 6/3, 6/8, 6/9, 6/10 8pm, 6/11 2pm, Theatre Complex, UO Campus. $8-$10, UO students FREE.

Summer Teen Team, volunteer to help staff prepare items for check out, set up crafts projects for kids’ programs, create displays, clean & organize books, & more, apply starting today at the Teen Desk of the Downtown Library. Summer Teen Team will meet on Tuesdays, 6/27-8/15 4-5pm, at the Downtown library, 541-682-8316 or www.eugene-or.gov/library. FREE.

First Friday Art Walk w/Breezy Given & DjDv8, 5pm, MAVEN, 271 W. 8th Ave. FREE. 

Small Business Clinic: Ask the Experts, one-on-one small business advice & mentoring from the experts, today & 6/15, 5-7pm, Downtown library, Pre-register for individual one-hour appointments, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Plank Town presents SpringFilm: “Paint Your Wagon”, 6:30pm, Wildish Community Theatre. FREE.

Eugene Yacht Club, club racing, every Thursday through 9/14, 6:30pm, Fern Ridge Reservoir, 541-935-2844, eugeneyachtclub.org. Some racing events are members only, some are fee-based, spectating FREE.

 Suburban Homecraft teaches Sausage Making, 6:30-8:30pm, Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C St., Spfd, 541-736-4444. $18.

Legendary French violinist Jean Luc Ponty & his band, 7:30pm, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $39-$45.

Venus in Fur, 7:30pm today, 6/2, 6/3 & 6/8, 6/9 & 6/10, 2pm 6/4, Oregon Contemporary Theatre, 194 W. Broadway, octheatre.org, 541-465-1506. $20-30.  

Robin Trower, blues rock, all ages, 8pm, McDonald Theatre, mcdonaldtheatr e.com. $40.

Eugene Beer Week, many events at locations throughout town, 5/30 through 6/11, eugenebeerweek.org. 

Obsidians: Silver Falls State Park, 7 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

SportsTown Awards, presented by the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission, celebrating outstanding athletes, events & achievements, 6pm, Valley River Inn, sportstownawards.com. $35 includes admission, soft drinks & appetizers.

 

Friday, 6/2

Intro to Business Analysis & Needs Assessment, today & tomorrow, 8am-5pm, OSU main campus, Corvallis, pace.oregonstate.edu, 541-737-0763. $487. 

Tot Discover Day at The Science Factory, rockets, paper airplanes & helicopters, first Friday of each month, 9am-12pm, sciencefactory.org. parent/child combo $10.

Baby Storytime for ages 0 to 1 with their caregivers, Fridays, 10:15am & 11:15am, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Family Storytime for children with their caregivers, Fridays, 10:15am, Sheldon Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1566 Coburg Rd.; Bethel Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1990 Echo Hollow Rd, 541-682-8316. FREE.

The Magical Moombah – Gloria’s Culinary Calamity, performance for kids, today 10:15am, & tomorrow 10am & 1pm, Jaqua concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $2-$5.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Free First Friday, 11am-5pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE.

City Club Forum: Predictive Scheduling: Right for Oregon?, 12-1pm, UO Academic Extension at the Baker Ctr., 975 High St., cityclubofeugene.org. FREE. 

The Springfield Farmers’ Market, produce, meats, crafts, baked goods, food to go, children’s activities. Every Friday, 3-7pm through 9/29, in the plaza in front of the library on 5th St., Spfd. 

 Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Skits featuring Jack Sprat, His Wife & Cat, Storybook Theatre at the Opal Center, today & 6/3 at 7pm, 6/4 at 3pm, opalcentercg.org, tickets at Crafty Mercantile, 517 E. Main St., Cottage Grove. $5-$8. 

Teens: Make Book Hedgies, learn how to fold an old book into a hedgehog, then decorate with duct tape, 4pm, Bethel Library Branch (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) & Sheldon Library Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.), 541-682-8316. FREE. 

Arts Alive, a collaboration of the arts, featuring music & dance from Baroque to Modern, & a community dance with the Gerry Rempel Jazz Syndicate. 5-8pm, Kesey Square, lanearts.org/first-friday-events. FREE.

Lane Arts Council’s First Friday ArtWalk, a tour of the galleries & art venues, starts at gilt+gossamer, 873 Willamette St., 5:30-8pm, lanearts.org, 541-485-2278. FREE. 

Fefafe: African Dance & Drumming, performers of West African Cultural Arts Institute, 6pm, Downtown Library. FREE.

Friday Night Concerts kick off at Silvan Ridge Winery, open until 9pm every Friday through mid-October, live music on outdoor stage from 6-8pm, wood-fired pizzas, bring blanket or lawn chair & find a spot on the grass or on patio, all ages, picnics OK but no outside alcohol, beers available, large groups call ahead, 541-345-1945x0, all ages. silvanridge.com. FREE.  

Play Date, young kids & family drop in on First Friday evenings for creative fun, Downtown Library stays open until 8pm on the First Friday of each month. 6pm, Downtown library, 682-8316. FREE.

Travis Scott, hip-hop, 8pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. Sold out.

Irontom, indie rock presented by KNRQ, 8pm, all ages, Hi-Fi Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $1.37.

Parents Night Out, ages 3-12, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 N.W. Highland Dr., Corvallis. Pre-registration required. $15-$20.

David Lindley, american folk, bluegrass, blues, world, 7:30pm, Jaqua concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $14.50-$29.

Lane United FC vs. Sounders FC, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S. 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

Obsidians: Mt. Hood – West Crater, 7.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1.

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

 

Saturday, 6/3

Water Ouzel Clean Up Float, The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council & Willamette Water Ouzels invites the community to join the annual clean up float of the Row & Coast Fork Willamette Rivers, 8:30am-4pm. Participants must provide their own watercraft, paddles, life jacket, safety whistle, drinking water, snacks & all other personal gear. Meet at the Row River Nature Park boat launch, 33301 Row River Rd., Cottage Grove, at 8:30am. Shuttle arrangements to Lynx Hollow State Park, 80998 Davisson Rd., Creswell (Saginaw), will be available if needed. 541-315-1604, coastfork.org. FREE.

Aerospace Day at the Science Factory, for girls age 10-15, 9am-12pm, interactive planetarium show, hands-on exploration in the Exhibit Hall, & an activity on astronomy & engineering, hosted by Ophelia’s Place, at the Science Factory, 2300 Leo Harris Pkwy. $10 sug. don. 

Disc Golf with CASA, 9am-1pm, Westmoreland Disc Golf Course, 1680 W. 18th Ave., Register: casa-lane.org/events/disc-golf-tournament. $15-$25.

Poocha-Paw-Looza, today & tomorrow, enjoy the day with your canine companion discovering new activities, dog sports & opportunities to play & learn together, 9am-6pm, Benton County Fairgrounds, Corvallis, 541-766-6521. $5 admission, free parking.

Hidden Treasures - The Backyards of Corvallis self-guided tour, 10am-3pm, 541-766-6959,  corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $15.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Cigar Box Guitar Fest Northwest featuring Del Puckett 10am; Adams Marimba Band 11am; Cigarbox Joe 12pm; Travis Boudreau 1pm; Jerry Zybach 2pm; Ben Rice Band 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

ZAPP Academy of Dance Garage Sale, 10am-5pm, 2512 Oakmont Wy. FREE. 

Family Music Time, Saturdays, 10:15am, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

 Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish, Saturdays, 11:15am, Bethel Library Branch, 1990 Echo Hollow Rd. Information: in Spanish, 541-682-5450 (press 5); in English, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Legos at the Library, grades K through 6 build, play & explore with Eugene Public Library’s large collection of Legos, Sheldon Library Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.) every Saturday 10:15am; Bethel Library Branch (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) every Saturday 3pm; Downtown Library, every Wednesday 4pm, 541-682-8316. FREE.

The Bier Stein Invitational Beer Fest, over 30 breweries, live music, non-alcoholic drinks, food, 12-8pm, Bier Stein, 1591 Willamette St. $5-$20. 

Winter Green Farm Annual Spring Open House, potluck, hayride farm tours, kids activities, 12-4pm, Winter Green Farm, 541-935-1920, 89762 Poodle Creek Rd., Noti. FREE.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Public Tour, 1-1:45pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE w/admission.

The Chinese Mind: Traditional Wisdom & Its Transformation in Modern Times, Dr. Yu Zhenhua, Dean of the Department of Philosophy at East China Normal University, explains how Chinese philosophy has evolved from ancient Confucianism, Taoism & Buddhism, 2pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Eugene Symphony presents SymFest II Featuring Time for Three & Siri Vik, 5:30-11pm, pre-concert festivities at 5:30, concert at 7, after party 9:30, Hult Center, eugenesymphony.org, $21-$59.

Restorative Yoga & Sound Journey, 6-8pm, Everyday People Yoga, 352 W. 12th Ave. $25-$30. 

Green & Yellow Garter Bands, UO marching bands, 6:30pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $5.

XcapeDance presents The Take Over, hip hop dance, 8pm, all ages, Hi-Fi Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$13.

Dustbowl Revival, americana, soul, swing, jazz, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$12.

Bier Stein’s Invitational Beer Fest, Oregon beer, cider & mead from 30+ producers pouring two unique brews each, a food truck, a bicycle valet, water station (bring water bottles), 12-8pm, 21+, cash only, designated drivers $5, $20 entry fee includes glass & taster tickets. 

Emerald City Roller Derby, ECAS vs Cherry City, ecrg.com.

Emerald City Roller Derby, Wizards of Quad vs Shasta Derby, ecrg.com.

ETFC 3v3 Challenge Cup, soccer tournament for kids age 8-18, Willamalane Sports Ctr., Spfd, eugenetimbers.org.

Free Fishing Weekend, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, fish, crab & clam without a license, 800-720-6339, dfw.state.or.us/education/angling/free_fishing.asp. FREE.

Obsidians: National Trails Day, Trail Mountain, 2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Mt. Washington climb, 10.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Erma Bell Lakes, 5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Friday Night Concerts bonus Saturday concert at Silvan Ridge Winery, see 6/2.

Introduction to Business Analysis & Needs Assessment continues, see 6/2.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Skits continues, see 6/2.

 

Sunday, 6/4

EBW Kick-Off Brewers’ Brunch at Falling Sky Deli, special brunch plates paired w/beer taster trays, 11am-4pm, Falling Sky Pourhouse & Deli, 790 Blair Blvd. $19-$23. 

Joyful Heart Psychic Fair, Lane Events Center, 11am-6pm, 541-349-0595, joyfulheartpsychicfair.com. FREE.

Dorris Ranch Discovery Day, visit the Living History Village & discover what life was like for pioneers & native populations, use your know-how to navigate Oregon history in “Theamazing Race to Oregon,” 12-3pm, Dorris Ranch, 205 Dorris St., Spfd. FREE.

The Jewish Oregon Story: 1950-2010, historian Ellen Eisenberg shares the story of Oregon’s Jewish community during a time of dramatic growth & change, 2pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Suburban Homecraft teaches edible landscaping & foraging. 2-4pm. 871 Greg Wy., through Campbell Community Center, 541-682-5318, or River Road Park & Recreation, 541-688-4052. $18.

Eugene Ballet Academy presents The Enchanted Garden, age 3-20 student year-end dance performance, 5pm, Hult Center. $16-$18.50.

Battle Tapes, Rococode, electrodance rock, 8pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $7.

Obsidians: 3 Fingered Jack climb, 11 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Crescent Mountain, 10 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Skits continues, see 6/2.

Free Fishing Weekend continues, see 6/3.

Poocha-Paw-Looza continues, see 6/3.

 

Monday, 6/5

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! visit all 3 Falling Sky pubs in a single day & earn a free pint glass! all day today-6/11, Falling Sky Brewhouse, 30 E. 13th Ave. FREE. 

Barley Browns Pop Up Pub at Beergarden, 11am-10pm today, 6/6, 6/7, 6/8, Beergarden, 777 W. 6th Ave. FREE. 

Food & Flight Pairing at Plank Town, 11am-10pm today, 6/6, 6/7, 6/8, Plank Town Brewing Co., 346 Main St., Spfd. FREE. 

STEAM Storytime for preschoolers & kindergarteners with their caregivers, Mondays, 3:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Eugene Ale Trail Anniversary & Eugene Beer Week Kick Off, 4-8pm, 16 Tons Café, 2864 Willamette, #500. FREE. 

 Kids: Minecraft Mondays using the library’s computers, every Monday, June through August, 4pm, Downtown library. Due to limited space a Eugene Public Library card & pre-registration are required, sign up starting one week in advance, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Production Tour at Ninkasi, 5pm, Ninkasi Tasting rm., 272 Van Buren St. Sold out.  

Pelican Brewing at Cornucopia on 17th, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Curious Kids Storytime, evening storytime for families & kids of all ages, 1st & 3rd Mondays at 6:30pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. FREE.

Brewers Family Feud w/Ty Connor, 7pm, Bier Stein, 1591 Willamette St. FREE. 

Janice & Allan, flute & oboe, 7:30pm, Jaqua concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $5-$32.

Kuinka & Betty & the Boy, indie folk rock, 9pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$12.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

 

Tuesday, 6/6

Tower of Sour at the Bier Stein, all day, The Bier Stein, 1591 Willamette St. FREE. 

Baby & Me Storytime, ages 0-24 months, very simple stories with songs, rhymes, lapbounces, playtime, every Tuesday at 10am, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. FREE.

Terrific Twos Storytime for 2-year-olds with their caregivers, Tuesdays, 10:15am & 11am, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Oregon Remodelers Association & the Aspire Institute host Advanced Business Practices Workshop, address key areas in the professional builder’s business including, 10am-4:30pm, Valley River Inn, aspireworkshop.com, 888-252-8998. $295 per company.

Beer Release! Red Triple IPA on Draft, Cask & Nitro, 11am-10pm, Plank Town Brewing Co., 346 Main St., Spfd. FREE. 

Coloring for Adults, drop in at Bethel Branch (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) or Sheldon Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.) to color for fun, creativity, relaxation, coloring sheets & colored pencils provided, participants welcome to bring additional supplies, every Tuesday, 12-2pm, Bethel Branch & Sheldon Branch libraries, 541-682-5450. FREE. 

Pint Boots Society, Pints for a Cause, $1 from each pint will go to Pint Boots Society, 12-9pm, Ninkasi Tasting rm., 272 Van Buren St. FREE. 

Clay Class, "Specially for Seniors," 1-4pm, Clay Studio, 2nd & Polk. $125 for 4-week class. 

Expressive Arts Club for all girls who love crafting & creating, 4-5pm, Thursdays, 5/4-6/8 (recurring & drop-in), Ophelia’s Place, 1577 Pearl St. 541-284-4333, opheliasplace.net, for girls age 10-18, $10 sug. don.

Agrarian Ales Beer Tasting, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Pajama Storytime for ages 0 to 6 with their caregivers, Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Michael Tellinger speaks about the Ubuntu Movement he founded, 7pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, 1685 W. 13th Ave., 285-7329. $25-$30.

Springfield High School Fine Arts Department presents Spring Choral Concert, 7:30pm in the SHS Auditorium. FREE. 

David Blaine Live, magician, 8pm, Hult Center. $29.95-$90.70.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Hop Valley Trivia Night, 9-11pm, Rennies Landing, 1214 Kincaid St. FREE. 

Ninkasi Coloring Contest, 9-11:30pm, Cornucopia on 5th, 207 E. 5th Ave. FREE. 

 Obsidians: 12 Bridges bike, 26 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Barley Browns Pop Up Pub at Beergarden continues. See 6/5.

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! Continues. See 6/5. 

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Food & Flight Pairing at Plank Town continues. See 6/5.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

 

Wednesday, 6/7

Preschool Storytime, ages 3-6, fun stories, songs, a craft, & other early literacy activities, every Wednesday at 10am, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. FREE.
Preschool Storytime for ages 3 to 6 with their caregivers, Wednesdays, 10:15am & 11am, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Lapsit Storytime, birth-3, simple stories, fingerplays, songs for infants, toddlers accompanied by an adult, every Wednesday at 10am, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. FREE.
Picc-a-Dilly Flea Market, today & 9/17, Lane County Fairgrounds, general admission 10am-3pm. $1.50.

Corvallis Knights vs. Portland Sea Dogs, 10am today, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Sensory Storytime for children with sensory integration or other special needs, with caregivers, Wednesdays, 1pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Makey Makey! Tweens create & play musical instruments & videogames with Makey Makey invention kits, Scratch software, Play-Doh & more, Sheldon Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.) of Eugene Public Library, 6/7 4pm; Bethel Branch (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) of Eugene Public Library: 6/14, 4pm, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Oregon Brewlab Sensory Beer Classes, 4 sensory classes, learn how professional beer judges critically examine brews, 4-8pm, ColdFire Brewing, 263 Mill St. FREE. 

Beer 101: How to Taste Beer, 5pm, Ninkasi Admin bldg., 155 Blair Blvd. RSVP: eventbrite.com/e/eugene-beer-week-ninkasi-beer101how-to-taste-a-beer-tickets-34220448282. FREE.

Oakshire Brewery Tasting, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Orangegonian IPA Beer Release, 6-9pm, Sam Bond’s Brewing Tasting rm., 540 E. 8th Ave. FREE. 

Beer Spelling Bee & Spelling Esbee Beer Release, 6:30pm, Falling Sky Pourhouse & Deli, 790 Blair Blvd. FREE. 

Eugene Yacht Club, small boat racing, every Wednesday from now through 9/13. 6:30pm, Fern Ridge Reservoir, Eugene, eugeneyachtclub.org, 541-935-2844. Some racing events are members only, some are fee-based, spectating FREE.

16 Tons Trivia w/Elliot Martinez, 7pm, 16 Tons Café, 2864 Willamette St, #500. FREE. 

Olivia Awbrey with Caitlin Jemma, folk punk/singer songwriters, 7pm, Sam Bond’s Garage, 407 Blair Blvd. $7.

Palmo Center for Peace & Education presents Conscious Living Series with Tulku Jigme Rinpoche, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation & Philosophy Teacher, 7pm, Tsunami Books, tsunamibooks.org. sug. don. $10-$15. 

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Amazon Headwaters, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, today through 6/10, various times, Hayward Field, gotracktownusa.com.

Barley Browns Pop Up Pub at Beergarden continues. See 6/5.

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! continues, see 6/5. 

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Food & Flight Pairing at Plank Town continues, see 6/5.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Expressive Arts Club continues, see 6/6.

 

Thursday, 6/8

Keep The Pint Night, order a pint & keep the glass, all day, 16 Tons Bottleshop, 265 E. 13th Ave. FREE.

Pfriem & Alesong: Wood & Metal Tap Takeover, 11am-12pm, Bier Stein, 1591 Willamette St. FREE. 

Suburban Homecraft teaches edible landscaping & foraging, 1-3pm. 871 Greg Way, Eugene, through Petersen Barn Community Center, 541-682-5521. $18.

Make It: Arts & Tech Greeting Cards, adults & teens use the library’s Maker Hub to create a greeting card that lights up, pops up, or other unusual features. All supplies provided. Due to limited space, a Eugene Public Library card & pre-registration are required, starting May 20 call 541-682-5450. 3:30pm, Downtown library. FREE.

One-on-One Job Hunt Help, today & 6/22, job hunters get expert advice & assistance to find employment opportunities, complete applications & resumes, interview technique, more. 4-6pm, Downtown library. Pre-register for individual 30-minute appointments, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Ninkasi Beer 101: Brewing w/Herbs & Spices, 5pm, Ninkasi Admin bldg., 155 Blair Blvd. RSVP: eventbrite.com/e/ninkasi-beer-101-brewing-with-herbs-and-spices-tickets-34220582684. FREE. 

Expressive Arts Showcase, for girls age 10-18 & their friends/families as guests, girls will share, display or present their creative skills & projects at an end-of-the-year showcase, 5:30-7pm, Ophelia’s Place, 1577 Pearl St. 541-284-4333. FREE.

Claim 52/Tap & Growler Hazy IPA Release, 6-8pm, Tap & Growler, 207 E. 5th Ave., #115. FREE. 

Falling Sky Tasting, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Small Business: Manage Your Online Reputation, with Nick Wiley of Lane Community College’s Small Business Development Center, 6pm, Downtown library. 541-682-5450. FREE.

Beer Off – Flavor Sensory Class, 6:30pm, Falling Sky Pourhouse & Deli, 790 Blair Blvd., email Jason@fallingskybrewing.com to reserve a spot. $10. 

Suburban Homecraft teaches Sourdough Buns, take home an established sourdough starter to get baking at home right away, 6:30-8:30pm, Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C St., Spfd, 541-736-4444. $18. 

OMSI Science Pub, “Tides: The Science & Spirit of the Ocean,” with Jonathan White, author & founder of the Resource Institute, 6:30-8:30pm, Whirled Pies at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. $5 sug. don.

Brokeback, Fell Runner, rock, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $8-$10.

Beer & Brewing Trivia, 9pm, Falling Sky Pizzeria, 1395 University St. FREE. 

Poor Man’s Whiskey, performing Paul Simon’s Graceland, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$12.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” performances in parks, today, 6/9, 6/10, 6/11, 6/15, 6/16, 6/17, 6/18, 686-2738, 541-914-2374, rovingparkplayers.org. FREE.

Obsidians: Pisgah Sunset, 3 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

OTC Series Run/Walk #4, 5K, Spfd., eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Barley Browns Pop Up Pub at Beergarden continues, see 6/5.

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! Continues, see 6/5. 

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Expressive Arts Club continues, see 6/6.

Food & Flight Pairing at Plank Town continues, see 6/5.

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships continues, see 6/7.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

Friday, 6/9

Three Blind Beers, taster flight of mystery beers, guess correctly and win a prize, all day, Falling Sky Brewhouse, 30 E. 13th Ave. $5. 

20% off all beer & cider at Whole Foods, 8am-6pm, Whole Foods Market Eugene, 353 E. Broadway. FREE. 

City Club Forum: The Missing Middle – Housing, 12-1pm, UO Academic Extension at the Baker Center, 975 High St., cityclubofeugene.org. FREE. 

Funk ‘N Wild Fest, 12-10:30pm today & 6/10, 16 Tons Taphouse, 265 E. 13th Ave. FREE. 

Hop Valley In-Store Sampling, 4-6pm, Community Market, 1045 Maxwell Rd. FREE. 

Teen Board Games, ages 13-17 drop in to play board games on the second Friday of every month, 4-5:30pm, Bethel Branch (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) & Sheldon Branch (1566 Coburg Rd.) of Eugene Public Library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Teens “Doctor Who” Club, enjoy episodes, snacking & Whovian conversation second Friday of each month, 4-5:30pm, Downtown library. 541-682-8316. FREE.

Beats, Brews & BBQ, 5-11pm today & 6/10, Alton Baker Park. $12-$25. 

Beergarden releases two collaboration beers, one w/Yachats & one w/Agrarian, 5-8pm, Beergarden, 777 W. 6th Ave. FREE. 

Downtown Springfield Second Friday Artwalk, 5-7pm, 541-345-7106. FREE.

Meet the Brewer, 5pm, Ninkasi Tasting rm., 272 Van Buren St. FREE. 

Alameda Brewing Tasting, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Hop Valley Pint Night, sampling & swag, 6-8pm, Cornucopia on 5th, 207 E. 5th Ave. FREE. 

Live Music & Craft Beer on the patio, 6-8pm, 16 Tons Café, 2864 Willamette St., #500. FREE. 

Big Lebowski Party #9, celebrate The Dude with a special viewing, drinks & costumes (half off caucasian cocktails to anyone dressed in costume, all ages, 6:45pm & 9pm, David Minor Theater, 180 E. 5th Ave., 541-513-3213, davidminortheater.com. $6-$7.

Beer & Vines: Discussions on Wine-Inspired Beers, 7-8:30pm, Provisions Market Hall, 296 E. 5th Ave. FREE. 

Jah 9, Mellow Mood, reggae, 7pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $14-$16.

The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde comedy, today 6/10, 6/11, 6/15, 6/16, 6/17, 6/18, 6/22, 6/23, 6/24, 6/25, all shows 8pm except matinee 2:30pm on 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr., Cottage Grove, cottagetheatre.org, 541-942-8001. $15-$20.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! continues, see 6/5.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1.

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships continues, see 6/7.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/8.

 

Saturday, 6/10

Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp, all day, Bier Stein, 1591 Willamette St. FREE. 

How to Compost Demonstration by Master Gardeners, OSU Extension Service Lane County, 10am-noon, GrassRoots Garden, 1465 Coburg Rd., behind St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 541-344-5859. FREE.

Intro to the Internet, What is the Internet? How does it work? Learn how to search for information & how to evaluate what you find. Keyboard & mouse skills required. 10am, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

6th annual Eugene Mini Maker Faire, makers, craftspeople, hackers, hobbyists, artisans & artists present their projects, 10am, Science Factory, 2300 Leo Harris Pkwy, eugene.makerfaire.com. $3-$8.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Gordon Kaswell 10am; 4J District Wide Choir 11am; Camino Marimba 12pm; John Shipe & Jerry-Groove 1pm; The Texas Toasters 2pm; The Jivemasters 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Singing Creek Center Living History Festival, 10am-4pm, Camas Country Mill Bakery, on the farm where Singing Creek Center is located, 91949 Purkerson Rd, Junction City, singingcreekcenter.org, 541-968-1986. $6-$20.

Mixed Media – Peru, for ages 7-12, 10:30am-12pm, Spfd Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd., 541-726-2243, wheremindsgrow.org. FREE.

Suburban Homecraft teaches backyard butchering - Raising Chickens for Meat, learn meat breeds, care, sources. Hands-on butchering & processing of a backyard flock 11am-4pm, Register through suburbanhomecraft.com/classes for location or 541-654-4657. Pre-registration required. $40. 

Art Access Workshop, for K-12 children with special needs, 11:15am-12:15pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. Reservations requested, 541-346-6410. FREE.

The Bethel Farm’s Family & Neighbor Day, all welcome, noon-4pm, The Bethel Farm, 1200 N. Terry St., 541-341-1216. FREE.  

Garden Party, featured beers, 12-8pm, Beergarden, 777 W. 6th Ave. FREE. 

Join Elkton author Janet Fisher for an illustrated talk about her historical novels, which are set in Western Oregon during the early pioneer era, 2pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Eugene Symphony Guild Garden Party, benefit for Eugene Symphony, music, food, emceed by KVAL. Eugene garden, 4pm, Garden address w/ reservation: 541-302-3014. $25.

Pizza & Beer Brewers’ Dinner, 5-9pm, Falling Sky Pizzeria, 1395 University St. $25.

Emerald Valley Opry featuring Midnight Darlins (Americana/country), Xtra-Mile (country/rock), Little Sisters (old country & gospel), McKenzie Express (country to rockabilly), David Lomond (Hawaiian, gospel & Elvis), money raised goes to Bethel School district for music programs, Powers Auditorium, Willamette High School, 1801 Echo Hollow Rd. doors at 5pm, house band at 5:15pm, Opry goes 6-9:30pm. $3-$8, children under 7 FREE.

Pipe Night & Ceilidh, 4:30pm-9pm, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S. Main St, Spfd. $5-$20, kids under 6 FREE.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s rowdy satire, today & tomorrow, 5pm, Douglas Gardens Park, 3455 S. Redwood Dr. FREE.

Baerlic Brewing, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Trivia Night, 7-9pm, Viking Braggot, 520 Commercial St., Unit F. FREE. 

The Live on the Edge Multihull Regatta, today & tomorrow. Eugene Yacht Club, Fern Ridge Reservoir, eugeneyachtclub.org, 541-935-2844. Entry fee to race.

Eugene Poetry Slam Finals, Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St., tsunamibooks.org.

Cape Mountain Trail Runs, 10 mile, 4 mile, Florence, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Obsidians: Wassen Creek, 4 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Fish Lake, 3 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

OTC Monthly Run/Walk Series #4, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. 

Eugene Beer Week at Beergarden, Garden Party, enjoy saisons, botanical brews, gin barrel aged, & farmhouse styles galore, Gray’s Garden Center adds plants for sale & demonstrations on gardening, noon-8pm, Beergarden, 777 W. 6th Ave., beergarden.me. FREE. 

Honk! Fest Eugene, free music festival, today 6-11pm & tomorrow 2-8pm, Vanillia Jill's & Ninkasi. honkfesteugene.com. FREE.

Beats, Brews & BBQ continues, see 6/9.

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! continues, see 6/5.

Funk ‘N Wild Fest continues, see 6/9.

Venus in Fur continues, see 6/1.

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships continues, see 6/7.

 

Sunday, 6/11

Eugene Symphony Guild self-guided garden tour. Six residential gardens with music, garden art vendors, prize raffle for prizes. 10am-4pm, See website for locations eugenesymphonyguild.org/events, 541-228-1805. $15-$18. 

NAMI Lane County’s Outrun the Stigma 2017 (National Alliance on Mental Illness), 10am-2pm, Alton Baker Park, register namilane.org. $25-$35.

Eugene Beer Week at Beergarden, Sour Summer Sundays Kick Off Event, every Sunday in June enjoy sour ales exclusively on tap at outdoor bar, 12-7pm, Beergarden, 777 W. 6th Ave., beergarden.me. FREE.

Suburban Homecraft teaches edible landscaping & foraging, 2-4pm. 871 Greg Way, throughamazon Community Center, 541-682-5373. $18.

Zapp Dance presents Road Trip, student performance, 3pm, Hult Center. $15-$17.50.

Elkhorn Brewing Tasting, 6-8pm, 17th St. Cornucopia, 295 W. 17th Ave. FREE. 

Cory Branan, country, 8pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$12.

Obsidians: Mt. June via Lost Creek, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Outrun the Stigma, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Day of Sky! Free Pint Glass Check in at Falling Sky Pubs! continues, see 6/5.

Mr. Burns continues, see 6/1.

Eugene Beer Week continues, see 6/1.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Honk! Fest Eugene continues, see 6/10. 

The Live on the Edge Multihull Regatta continues, see 6/10.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/10.

 

Monday, 6/12

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 6/13

Authentic Leadership Boot Camp, 8am-5pm, OSU main campus, Corvallis, 

pace.oregonstate.edu, 541-737-0763. $349. 

Ems Fest, 5pm, PK Park, milb.com.

Dealing with the Debt Monster, identifying & understanding debt, debt payment strategies, talking with creditors, 5:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE. 

Lane United FC vs. Southern Oregon Starphire, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 7pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Earthquake Aspects in the Northwest, Josh Bruce, director of Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience at UO will talk about Cascadia Subduction Zone earth quake risk, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Industrial Workers of the World meeting, 7pm, New Day Bakery, 449 Blair Blvd., iconoclasmo.scott@gmail.com. FREE. 

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Exploring the Santiam Wagon Road bus trip. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6. 

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

 

Wednesday, 6/14

Restyle & Repurpose T-Shirts, adults & teens use the library’s sewing & embroidery machines, bring at least one t-shirt, all other supplies & tools provided, 5:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Quack Chats: Designing Awesome - The Psychological Magic Behind Disney, Social Movements & True Love, 6-7pm, Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Falling Sky Pizzeria, 541-346-9134, uoregon.edu/quackchats. FREE.
Corvallis Knights vs. Port Angeles Lefties, 6:40pm today through 6/16, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Amazon Headwaters/Spencers Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Tweens Makey Makey! continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

 

Thursday, 6/15

Digitize & Restore Photos, learn about the tools in the Library’s Media Lab to digitize & restore photos, hands-on introduction to Adobe Photoshop, adults & teens. All supplies provided. 5:30pm. Due to limited space, a Eugene Public Library card & pre-registration are required, 541-682-5450, Downtown library. FREE.

Great Idea! Now What? Market Research for Beginners, learn simple tools, methods & resources to quickly pinpoint the market & deliver to it cost-effectively, 6pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Suburban Homecraft teaches condiments, make mayonnaise, mustard, relish & ketchup & tailor each recipe to suit your taste, 6:30-8:30pm, Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C Street, Spfd, 541-736-4444. $18. 

Eugene Emeralds vs. Vancouver, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Ten Miles Wide, rock, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $10-$12.

Fallen Theory, melodic metal/hardcore, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10.

Potluck & Charnel Mulligan Park official grand opening, Charnelton & W. 17th, 541-682-4906. FREE.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Small Business Clinic continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/8.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Corvallis Knights vs. Port Angeles Lefties continues, see 6/14.

 

Friday, 6/16

City Club Forum: Brainwaves, Worms & Deodorants; Turning UO Research into Thriving Businesses, 12-1pm, UO Academic Extension at the Baker Center, 975 High St., cityclubofeugene.org. FREE. 

Teens Ani-Manga Club, watch anime & enjoy Japanese snacks the third Friday of each month, 4-5:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Eddie Butler & Dreamer, acoustic originals, 6pm, Sweet Cheeks at 5th Street Public Market. FREE.

Family Movie Swim, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 NW Highland Dr., Corvallis. Regular admission rates.

Chintimini Night Club featuring Wild Hog in the Woods, includes food donated by Corvallis Pita Pit, beer, wine, cider, other concessions for purchase, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 7-10pm, 21+, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $8.

God of Carnage, Opal Center, today, 6/17, 6/23 & 6/24 at 7:30pm, 6/18 & 6/25 at 2pm. 513 E. Main Street, Cottage Grove, opalcentercg.org. $12. 

The Shedd Theatricals, Gypsy (1959), based on the memoirs of renowned Gypsy Rose Lee & her tumultuous relationship with her mother Rose, today, 6/17, 6/23 & 6/24, 7:30pm, 6/18 & 6/25, 3pm matinee, Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org/theatricals2017. $22-$38.

Life During Wartime, Talking Heads tribute, 8pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $12-$15.

Suicide Girls Blackheart Burlesque, cabaret, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $20-$105.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/8.

Corvallis Knights vs. Port Angeles Lefties continues, see 6/14.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Vancouver continues, see 6/15. 

 

Saturday, 6/17

Emerald Dog Obedience Club Obedience Trials, today & tomorrow, 8am-5pm, Lane County Fairgrounds Livestock Pavilion, emeralddogobedience.com.

Elijah Bristow 24-hour Run, 9am, Elijah Bristow State Park, Dexter, bristow24.org.

Plastic Model Kit/Collector Swap Meet & Model Contest, buy/sell/trade plastic model kits, vendors, people’s choice model contest ($1 per entry), coffee & donuts while they last, 9am-3pm, Thurston Grange #853, 6596 Thurston Rd., Spfd. 541-337-1978. FREE. 

Sand Sculpting Clinic, 10am-2pm, Sand Master Park, 5351 Hwy 101, Florence, 541-997-6006, sandmasterpark.com. FREE.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Rockstop 11am; Caveman Dave 12pm; Garden Variety Trio 1pm; Mother of Pearl 2pm; Uncle Stumbles 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (S.A.R.A.’s Treasures) parking lot sale. Once a month through the summer, today, 7/15, 8/12 & 9/9. Unbeatable deals on second-hand items. 871 River Rd. 10am-5pm. FREE. 

Eugene Food Truck Festival, more than 50 trucks, 15% of earnings during the festival to support the Eugene Mission’s wellness programs. 11am-7pm, Lane Events Center at the Fairgrounds, 796 W. 13th Ave., eugenefoodtruckfest.com. $2.

Tracing Memories Workshop, art workshop that promotes stress reduction & relaxation through coloring line art of photographs, bring in your own photograph to convert to line art with our app or practice coloring on the images that are provided, 11am-12:30pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus, 541-346-6410. FREE.

Super Chile Rellenos cooking class, 12-3pm, 15+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $49-$61.25.

Suburban Homecraft teaches Intro to Urban Homesteading, learn about a variety of sustainable living skills, where to start & how to get the best return on your efforts. 2-3pm,amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard St., Eugene, 541-682-5373. FREE. 

Bounce Gymnastics presents The Wizard of Oz, student recital of advanced aerial & tumbling featuring silks, lyra & trampoline, 6pm, Hult Center. $18-$20.50.

Corvallis Knights vs. Cowlitz Black Bears, 6:40pm today through 6/19, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Alice Cooper, 8pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, advance tickets $40-$80.

Art & Culture Weekend, today through 6/19, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus, 541-346-6410. FREE.

The Art of Tasting at Silvan Ridge Winery, celebrate graduation & support Bags of Love, food trucks, wine ring toss & the The Sugarbeets on outdoor stage, silvanridge.com. $20 for concert plus a commemorative glass & tasting.

Epic Oregon Relay, 187-mile relay, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Obsidians: Mary’s Peak East Ridge, 6 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Vancouver continues, see 6/15. 

The Shedd Theatricals Gypsy continues, see 6/16. 

God of Carnage continues, see 6/16.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/8.

 

Sunday, 6/18

Eugene Emeralds vs. Vancouver, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Moonalice, Garcia Birthday Band, psychedelic rock/Jerry Garcia tribute, 7pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $17-$20.

Dopapod, progressive rock, 8pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $12-$15.

Obsidians: Mt. Baker climb, 11 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Erma Bell & Otter Lakes, 8.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Roving Park Players present “The Rivals,” see 6/8.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Sour Summer Sundays at Beergarden continues, see 6/11.

The Shedd Theatricals Gypsy continues, see 6/16. 

God of Carnage continues, see 6/16.

Emerald Dog Obedience Club Obedience Trials continues, see 6/17.

Corvallis Knights vs. Cowlitz Black Bears continues, see 6/17.

Art & Culture Weekend at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art continues, see 6/17.

 

Monday, 6/19

Beer Quality & Analysis Series & Hop Farm Tour, 8am-5pm, OSU main campus, Corvallis, pace.oregonstate.edu, 541-737-0763. $2,500. 

Hot Women over 50: A Different Script for Menopause, 6-7:30pm today, 8/21, 9/18, 10/23, 11/6 & 11/20, As You Like It; The Pleasure Shop, 1655 W. 11th Ave. $25 per class, $120 for 6 classes.

Suburban Homecraft teaches Intro to Urban Homesteading. Learn about a variety of sustainable living skills, where to start & how to get the best return on your efforts, 6:45pm-7:45pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 541-682-5318. FREE.

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/5.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Vancouver continues, see 6/15.

Corvallis Knights vs. Cowlitz Black Bears continues, see 6/17.

Art & Culture Weekend at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art continues, see 6/17.

 

Tuesday, 6/20

Sustainable Landscape Training, save money on yard maintenance & lessen impact on the environment, today & tomorrow, 9am-5pm, OSU Extension Service – Lane County office, 996 Jefferson St., 541-344-5859. $25.

UN World Refugee Day, a talk followed by Q&A panel discussion on refugees, food carts, music, information tables & an activity for adults and children to help Syrian refugees living in camps, organized by The Refugee Resettlement Coalition of Lane County (a coalition of faith-based groups, service organizations & people from the Eugene-Springfield community coordinating with Catholic Community Services to welcome & support refugees resettling in Lane County) & the Unitarian Universalist Church, 5:30-8:30pm, facebook.com/rrclc,1685 W. 13th Ave. FREE.

Family Night at Sheldon (1566 Coburg Rd.) & Bethel (1990 Echo Hollow Rd.) Branches of Eugene Public Library, kids & their grown-ups are invited to a different activity each month on third & fourth Tuesdays. June theme is “Joys of Noise.” Sheldon Branch today 6:30pm; Bethel Branch 6/27, 6:30pm, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Chris Overbaugh, co-owner of the vegetable division of Winter Green Farm speaks on sustainable farming, 7pm, Fern Ridge Library, 88026 Territorial Rd., Veneta, 541-935-7512. FREE.

The Shedd Choral Society, choral folk songs, 7:30-8:15pm, The Shedd, theshedd.org. FREE.

Emergency Preparedness class, 7-8:30pm, Lane County OSU Extension Service, 996 Jefferson St. 541-344-5859, extenstion.oregonstate.edu. FREE.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Mt. Pisgah Summer Solstice, 4 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Total Solar Eclipse. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

 

Wednesday, 6/21

Oregon Authentic Leadership Development Retreat, today through 6/23, 8am-5pm, OSU Cascade campus, Dining & Academic Building, Corvallis, pace.oregonstate.edu, 541-737-0763. $349 per daily workshop. 

Successful Internet Searching, find exactly what you’re looking for on the web, Internet skills required, 1:30pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Theamerica Syndrome: Apocalypse, War, & Our Call to Greatness, Join Betsy Hartmann for a talk based on her latest work about the theme that shapes theamerican mindset: the belief that the end of the world is near, 6pm, Downtown library. FREE. 

Women’s MTB Midweek Happy Hour Ride at WhyPass, join the women of DOD, Team Dirt and No Apologies! for a mid-week social ride, this is a no drop ladies only ride, meet in the main parking area at WhyPass and enjoy a casual paced tour of the trails system, Lorane area, 6-8pm, 541-913-4318. FREE. 

Suburban Homecraft teaches Beyond Sauerkraut, learn how to make your own fermented pickles, salsa, sriracha, a variety of fermented non-alcoholic beverages & corned beef, 7-9pm, River Road Park, 1400 Lake Dr., 541-688-4052. $18.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Sustainable Landscape Training continues, see 6/20.

 

Thursday, 6/22

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon presents What You Need to Know, get an overview of Parkinson’s, signs, symptoms, treatments, resources, 10am, Fox Hollow Residential Care Community, 5320 Fox Hollow Rd., 541-343-8439. FREE. 

Make a Bike Light, adults & teens learn the basics of circuitry to build a light for the back of a bicycle, all supplies provided, 3pm, Sheldon Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1566 Coburg Rd., 541-682-5450. FREE.

Lane United FC vs. Portland Timbers, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

One-on-One Job Hunt Help continues, see 6/8.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Oregon Authentic Leadership Development Retreat continues, see 6/21.

 

Friday, 6/23

Tigard Festival of Balloons, today through 6/25, balloon launches 5:45am-6:15am weather permitting Fri., Sat. & Sun., Tigard, tigardballoon.org. $5-$7, children 6 & under FREE. 

Black Sheep Gathering, celebration of fibers & the animals that provide them, today 9am-6pm, 6/24 9am-5pm (limited but fun activities from 5-9pm), 6/25 9am-4pm, blacksheepgathering.com, Lane Events Center. FREE.

What the Friday, teens get together, have fun, then choose next month’s activity on the fourth Friday of each month, 4pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bellingham Bells, 6:40pm today & 6/24, 5:05pm 6/25, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

The Survivors, music from the 1950s to ’90s, today & tomorrow, 9pm-1am, The Embers, 1811 Highway 99 N., 541-688-6564. FREE.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

Obsidians: conserving Rhinos in South Africa potluck. Reg. at obsidians.org.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

The Shedd Theatricals Gypsy continues, see 6/16. 

God of Carnage continues, see 6/16.

Oregon Authentic Leadership Development Retreat continues, see 6/21. 

 

Saturday, 6/24

Walk the Land Day at Green Island, 7am-5pm, mckenzieriver.org. FREE. don. welcome.

Double Falls in Alsea hike, 3-mile loop, 8am-1pm, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $30-$37.50.

Lincoln City Kite Festival, today & tomorrow, 10am-4pm Limited on-site parking is available. Shuttle service available. Festival also takes place in October. facebook.com/lincolncitykitefestival. FREE.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Lonesome Randall 10am; 11am; O’Carolan’s Consort 12pm; LCC Faculty Jazz Band 1pm; The Huckleberrys 2pm; Frank Zappa Tribute Band 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Sunshine Sessions Music & Arts Festival, dance music, live art, workshops, food, etc., kids under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian, 1-11pm, Alton Baker Park. $15-$30. Ages 12 & under FREE. 

Healing Our World: A Deeper Look at Food, Dr. Will Tuttle, author of “The World Peace Diet: Eating for Spiritual Health & Social Harmony,” talks about the hidden dimensions ofamerica’s food system & how to make positive changes, 2pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Natural Soap Making 101, 2-4pm, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $75-$93.75.

Love Liberates Half Marathon & 5K, Spfd., eclecticedgeracing.com.

Obsidians: Middle Sister climb, 18 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

The Shedd Theatricals Gypsy continues, see 6/16. 

Black Sheep Gathering continues, see 6/23.

God of Carnage continues, see 6/16.

The Survivors continues, see 6/23.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bellingham Bells continues, see 6/23.

Tigard Festival of Balloons continues, see 6/23.

 

Sunday, 6/25

UO Symposium, Lab-Grown Human Organs, by Dr. Jurgen Knoblich (IMP, Vienna), 6pm, Ford Alumni Center, 1720 E. 13th Ave., Eugene. FREE.

Obsidians: Gordon Meadows to Gordon Lakes, 9 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

The Importance of Being Earnest continues, see 6/9.

Sour Summer Sundays at Beergarden continues, see 6/11.

The Shedd Theatricals Gypsy continues, see 6/16. 

God of Carnage continues, see 6/16.

Black Sheep Gathering continues, see 6/23.

Tigard Festival of Balloons continues, see 6/23.

Lincoln City Kite Festival continues, see 6/24.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bellingham Bells continues, see 6/25.

 

Monday, 6/26

Corvallis Knights vs. Victoria HarbourCats, 6:40pm today through 6/28, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Feel Good Closet, girls age 10-18 are invited to pick out new & gently used clothes in a body positive environment, 12-2:30pm, Ophelia’s Place, 1577 Pearl St. 541-284-4333. FREE.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime, Mondays 6/26-8/28, Springfield Public Library Fountain Plaza, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

Workshop: Kink 201 — Impact & Sensation Play, 6-8pm, As You Like It; The Pleasure Shop, 1655 W. 11th Ave. $10-$15. 

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 6/27

Comedy Show for Kids: Henrik Bothe, juggling, magic, Bothe has performed on TV & famous stages, 1pm & 3pm, Downtown library. FREE.

 “Library Circus” Comedy Show, juggling & magic with Henrik Bothe, Downtown Library 6/27 1pm & 3pm; Bethel Branch 6/28 10:15am; Sheldon Branch 6/28, 2pm. (Downtown only: pick up free tickets starting 30 minutes before each show.) FREE. 

Summer Reading Kickoff! Guest Speaker/Performer Macey McCallister with Summer Reading Sign Ups & free books! 1-3pm, Springfield Public Library Fountain Plaza, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

Laurel Hill Center’s Grati Night, art silent auction & prize raffle, 10% of tasting room sales support Laurel Hill services & program for Lane County adults with severe & persistent mental illness, raffle & silent auction proceeds support Laurel Hill Center’s art therapy programs, 5-8pm, Oregon Wine Lab, 488 Lincoln St. FREE.

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Practical Preparation at Home, Eugene Emergency Management & Risk Services employees discuss home emergency preparedness, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Drone Training for Educators, OSU main campus, Corvallis, pace.oregonstate.edu, 541-737-0763. $350. 

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro continues, see 6/26. 

Corvallis Knights vs. Victoria HarbourCats continues, see 6/27.

 

Wednesday, 6/28

Teens Make Earrings, make beaded earrings at a fun beginners’ workshop with teachers from Harlequin Beads & Jewelry.Downtown Library 6/28 2pm; Bethel Branch 6/29 11am; Sheldon Branch 6/29 2pm, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Build a Robot, adults & teens work as a team to create a robot that follows a path. Basic computer skills required, 5:30pm, Downtown library. All supplies provided. Due to limited space, a Eugene Public Library card & pre-registration are required: starting 6/5, call 541-682-5450. FREE.

Conversation Project-Discuss Creativity, Vulnerability, & Art, does art “build a better world?” Discuss what we risk when we lay ourselves open through music, painting, or any other art form, facilitated by Jason Graham, an Oregon-based artist & educator, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. FREE. 

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Trail Maintenance, 2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Macduff Mountain, 4.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro continues, see 6/26. 

“Library Circus” Comedy Show continues, see 6/27.

Corvallis Knights vs. Victoria HarbourCats continues, see 6/26.

 

Thursday, 6/29

Teen Book Group, “Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher, visit the Downtown Teen Desk to pre-register & pick up your copy of the book starting 6/1, 4pm, Downtown library, 541-682-8316. FREE.

Tween Scene, grades 4 through 6 pre-register & pick up the book “Twelve Minutes to Midnight” by Christopher Edge at the Downtown Library’s Children’s Center starting June 1. 4pm, Downtown library. 541-682-8316. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival, today through 7/15, many events & different venues, oregonbachfestival.com, 5:30-6:45pm. Cost varies.

Rebelution, Nahko & Medicine for the People, HIRIE, Collie Buddz, DJ Mackle, 6:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $35.

Poetry Writing Workshop, Toni Hanner leads a lively workshop, 6pm, Downtown library, 541-682-5450. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Perth Heat Colts, 7:30pm, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Corvallis Knights vs. Mid-Valley Southpaws, 7:30pm, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Lane United FC vs. Victoria Highlanders, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

 Jaga Jazzist, Snow White, experimental jazz, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $17-$20.

Pluto the Planet, indie rock, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $5.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Teens Make Earrings continues, see 6/28.

 

Friday, 6/30

Gem Faire today through 7/2, Lane County Fairgrounds Performance Hall, Fri. 12-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm, 503-252-8300, gemfaire.com. $7, children 12 & under FREE.

Engineer It! Exploring Ancient Technologies Program for grade schoolers presented by the Museum of Natural & Cultural History, 3-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

 

July

 

Saturday, 7/1
Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Ken Silverman 10am; Caveman Dave 11am; Allison Scull & Victor Martin 12pm; 1pm; Gerry Rempel Jazz Syndicate 2pm; Rob Tobias & The Northwest Express 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Beethoven’s Wig, four-time Grammy-nominee Richard Perlmutter is joined by a colorful cast of cartoon characters as they play symphonic works from Beethoven, Bach & Mozart, 10:30am, Hult Center. $8-$10.50. 

South of the Border Fried Chicken Cooking Class, 12-3pm, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 15+, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $40-$50.

Oregon Bach Festival presents On the House: Picfest, Some of the nation’s best youth choruses perform live, 12pm, Hult Center. FREE.

Concert for Kids: Okaidja Afroso, music & more with singer-songwriter from Ghana, West Africa, 1pm & 3pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Lane United FC vs. Victoria Highlanders (game 2), Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 12:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Public Tour, enjoy a guided tour with admission, 1-1:45pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE.

Tokatee Anniversary Celebration, golf tournament, beer garden, food, live music, fireworks show, all ages, 2-11pm, Tokatee Golf Club, 54547 McKenzie Hwy. (milepost 47.5). FREE.

Build Your Own Castle! Cardboard Engineering Workshop, 2-3:30pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

Nellie McKay, singer & pianist offers revue-with-dialogue about Billy Tipton, 7:30pm, Jaqua concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $22.50-$36.

The Kilroys, 9pm-1am, The Time Out Tavern, 5256 Main St., Spfd. FREE. 

Mercury’s Antennae & Black Magdalene, darkwave/shoegaze, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $5.

Eugene Pro Rodeo, today through 7/4, Oregon Horse Center, 90751 Prairie Rd, Eugene, 541-689-9700, facebook.com/EugeneProRodeo.

Obsidians: McKenzie River Trail, 26 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Gem Faire continues, see 6/30.

 

Sunday, 7/2

Art & The Vineyard & Freedom Festival Fireworks today through 7/4, premier art & wine festival & fundraiser for Maude Kerns Art Center, Alton Baker Park. 7/2 & 7/3, 10am-9:30pm, 7/4, 10am-fireworks end, artandthevineyard.org. 

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017, today through 7/8, The Arts Center, 700 SW Madison, Central Park, Corvallis, free parking available, Tuesday through Saturday 12-5pm, Reception 6/2 5:30-7:30pm; Brown Bag Art Talk 6/8 12; Corvallis Art Walk 6/15 4-8pm.

Gem Faire continues, see 6/30.

Eugene Pro Rodeo continues, see 7/1.

 

Monday, 7/3

Oregon Bach Festival presents Hinkle Distinguished Lecture: Charles Daniels, the celebrated tenor discusses the pivotal role of the “Evangelist” in Bach’s Passions, 3pm, Hult Center. FREE.

Red White & Blue Riverfront Festival, music, food, children’s activities, 5-10pm, 7/4, 11am-10:30pm, Corvallis Riverfront Commemorative Park, 541-754-6624.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bend Elks, 7:15pm 7/3; 2:41pm 7/4; 6:40pm 7/5, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Eugene Pro Rodeo continues, see 7/1.

Art & The Vineyard continues, see 7/2.

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

 

Tuesday, 7/4

Light of Liberty, Island Park, gates open at 4pm, live music begins at 5pm, fireworks at 10pm, Spfd. $5-$8, kids 5 & under FREE.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

La Luz, rock, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $15-$18.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Aquafina OTC Butte to Butte, 10K, 5K, 4-mile walk, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Fireworks at Eugene Yacht Club, eyc@eugeneyachtclub.org.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race, every Tuesday through 9/26. Fern Ridge Reservoir, 935-2844, eugeneyachtclub.org.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6. 

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Eugene Pro Rodeo continues, see 7/1.

Art & The Vineyard continues, see 7/2.

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bend Elks continues, see 7/3.

 

Wednesday, 7/5

The Big Time, today’s family-friendly hits as well as yesterday’s fun favorites, 6:30-8pm, Meadow Park, 851 Mill St. FREE.

Lane United FC vs. Calgary Foothills, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S. 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

Corvallis Knights vs. Bend Elks continues, see 7/3.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise continues, see 7/4. 

 

Thursday, 7/6
Oregon Bach Festival presents On The House: Stangeland Family Youth Choral Academy Soloists, a specially selected group of solo singers from our Stangeland Family Youth Choral Academy, 1pm, Hult Center. FREE.

Library Tour for Families, 2pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

EUGfun presents pARTy on the Plaza: Eugene Taiko, powerful & spellbinding Japanese drumming featuring traditional & original works. 5:30pm, The Plaza at the Hult Center. FREE.

Plank Town presents SpringFilm: “Dead Man,” 6:30pm, Wildish Community Theater. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Willamette Valley Brewers, 6:40pm, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Tri-City, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

 

Friday, 7/7
Lavender Festival, today through 7/9, U-pick lavender, lavender starts, arts & crafts, music, food & fun for kids, 10am-5pm, McKenzie River Lavender, 40882 McKenzie Hwy. (Milepost 15.5). FREE.

Oregon Country Fair, today through 7/9, 11am-7pm, Oregon Country Fairgrounds, Veneta, ticketswest.com. $24-$34.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Inside the Music, indulge in mid-day edible delights as you learn the mechanics & history of “Hercules” by George Frideric Handel, 12:30pm, The Studio at the Hult Center. Sold out.

Performance: Comedian & Magician Michael O’Neill, 3pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Free First Friday, 11am-5pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Walla Walla Sweets, 6:40pm today & 7/8; 5:05pm 7/9, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Lane Arts Council’s First Friday ArtWalk, a tour of the galleries & art venues, starts at 5:30pm in Downtown Eugene, 5:30-8pm, lanearts.org, 541-485-2278. FREE.  

Cascade Chorus Concert, sweet barbershop harmonies sung to perfection by this skilled & high-spirited chorus, 6pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Parents Night Out, ages 3-12, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 NW Highland Dr., Corvallis. Pre-registration required. $15-$20.

“Rogue One,” movie in the park, rated PG-13, Ruff Park, 1161 66th St., movie starts at sunset, but 7:30pm activities include creating your own light saber, building a Death Star & more. FREE.

Talking With..., Opal Center, today & 7/8, 7/14 & 7/15 at 7pm; 7/9 & 7/16 at 2pm. 513 E. Main St. Cottage Grove, opalcentercg.org. $10. 

B.o.B., hip hop, 8pm, all ages, Hi-Fi Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $25-$30.

Ruffing It Family Campout, today & tomorrow, part of the Greatamerican Campout, which encourages families to get outside & play. Activities include arts & crafts, field games, a movie in the park (featuring “Rogue One” at sunset), stargazing (“Death Star” gazing) & a morning stretch. Register by June 30 at 541-736-4544 or willamalane.org, Ruff Park, 1161 66th St., Spfd. $5-$15.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro continues, see 7/6. 

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

 

Saturday, 7/8

Shellburg & Stasel Falls Hike, 2.8 miles, 8am-1:30pm, Corvallis, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $30-$37.50.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Truckstop Honeymoon 10am; Rich Glauber 11am; Noah Peterson 12pm; Mi’ka Moon 1pm; Hello Dollface 2pm; TBA 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Summer Reading Book Sale, thousands of gently-used books just $1 each, fundraiser by Friends of the Library, 10am-4pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Mixed Media Art Class: Exploring Norway, ages 7-12 & their families, 1.5 hour art class to explore & create the art of ancient Norway, 10:30am, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

Naturalist Tour of Finn Rock Reach, 10:30am-12:30pm, informative tour led by two area experts of two miles of riverfront, numerous side channels, ponds, wetlands, & old floodplain forest in the scenic McKenzie River corridor, mckenzieriver.org.

Mixed Media – Norway, for ages 7-12, 10:30am-12, Spfd. Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd., 541-726-2243, wheremindsgrow.org. FREE.

Library Tour for Families, 4:45pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

RUSS, hip hop 6:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $39-$44.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Hercules, Hercules returns from combat bringing a beautiful princess home as a captive in this drama of epic proportions, 7pm, Hult Center, Silva Concert Hall, $20-$73.75.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Hercules, Hercules returns from combat, bringing a beautiful princess home as a captive in this drama of epic proportions, 7pm, Hult Center, Silva Concert Hall, $20-$73.75.

Lane United FC vs. Berliner Weisse, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

Ginstrings & Cascade Crescendo, jam grass, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $5.

Obsidians: Middle Pyramid, 4 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Around Oregon Annual Exhibition 2017 continues, see 7/2.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Tri-City continues, see 7/6.

Talking With... continues, see 7/7.

Corvallis Knights vs. Walla Walla Sweets continues, see 7/7.

Oregon Country Fair continues, see 7/8.

 

Sunday, 7/9

Dirty Heads, SOJA, reggae rock, 6:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $35.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Tri-City, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Obsidians: Cone Peak to Echo Mountain & North Peak, 10.3 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Talking With... continues, see 7/7.

Oregon Country Fair continues, see 7/8.

 

Monday, 7/10

Library Tour for Families, 6:15pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Tri-City, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Corvallis Knights vs. Kelowna Falcons, 6:40pm today through 7/12, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Suburban Homecraft teaches food preservation basics, proper canning, blanching, freezing, drying for herbs, fruits & vegetables, 6:45-8:45pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 541-682-5318. $18. 

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

 

Tuesday, 7/11

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Creating Green & Resilient Homes & Neighborhoods, Jan Spencer describes “green preparedness” by producing more basic needs at home, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Stangeland Family Youth Choral Academy: 20th Anniversary Concert, celebrating two decades of the finest high school choral singers, 7pm, Hult Center, Silva Concert Hall. $20-$22.50.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Matisyahu, hip-hop, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $25-$28.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Corvallis Knights vs. Kelowna Falcons continues, see 7/10.

 

Wednesday, 7/12

Nate Botsford, popular Portland-based national songwriter-winning artist & band bringamericana-meets-country rock, 6:30-8pm, Willamalane Park, 1276 G St. FREE.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Corvallis Knights vs. Kelowna Falcons continues, see 7/10.

 

Thursday, 7/13

EUGfun presents pARTy on the Plaza: Seffarine, duo formed by Moroccan singer Lamiae Naki & oud player/flamenco guitarist Nat Hulskamp, 5:30pm, The Plaza at the Hult Center. FREE.

OMSI Science Pub, “Searching Our DNA For What Makes Us Human,” w/Kirstin Sterner PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at UO, 6:30-8:30pm, Whirled Pies at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. $5 sug. don.

Bohemia Mining Days, music, parade, living history exhibits, antique aircrafts, scavenger hunt, historical fashion show, water sports, more, today through 7/16, downtown Cottage Grove, bohemiaminingdays.org. FREE.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29. 

 

Friday, 7/14

Tinker Tech Lab! 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE.

Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?, musical theater of the 1950s, 4:30pm & 7:30pm, Jaqua concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org. $5-$10.

Eddie Butler & Dreamer, acoustic originals, 6pm, Sweet Cheeks at 5th Street Public Market. FREE.

Downtown Springfield Second Friday Artwalk, 5-7pm, 541-345-7106. FREE. 

Humans vs. Zombies!, kids in grades K-5 only, engage in a massive dodgeball war against the ever-growing zombie nation, refreshments provided, 7-9pm, Bob Keefer Center. $2.

“Finding Dory” movie in the park, rated PG, presented with Spanish subtitles. Movie starts at sunset but 7:30pm activities include learning about fish with the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife & an Acting Up Theater skit. Douglas Gardens Park, 3455 Redwood Dr. FREE.

Da Vinci Days, festival of science, art & technology, today through 7/16, Benton County Fairgrounds, Corvallis. bentoncountyfair.net.

Obsidians: Mt. Jefferson-Milk Creek, 12 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Oregon Bach Festival presents On Ensemble: Taiko Drummers, world-respected Japanese drumming, 7pm, Hult Center, Soreng Theater. $35-$39.75.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teen Board Games continues, see 6/9.

Teens “Doctor Who” Club continues, see 6/9.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Talking With... continues, see 7/7.

Bohemia Mining Days continues, see 7/13.

 

Saturday, 7/15

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; “Dogs To The Rescue” Puppet Show 11am; Brook Adams 12pm; Jill Cohn 1pm; Jerry & His Too Loud Band 2pm; The Dennis Smith Project 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Taiko Adventure with On Ensemble, family-friendly, interactive demonstration of Japanese taiko drums, 10:30am, Hult Center, Soreng Theater. $8-$10.50.

Teddy Bear Picnic, bring a stuffed friend & join Eugene Public Library for live music in the park with Carleen & Mike McCornack & the Garden Variety Band, 11am-12pm, in the park outside Campbell Community Center, 155 High St. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents On the House: Picfest, some of the nation’s best youth choruses perform live, 12pm, Hult Center Lobby. FREE.

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Site Tour (bikes recommended), tour locations featuring edible landscaping, solar, etc, 1pm, meet at Rosetta Park, 4 blocks northwest of Horn & River Rd. FREE.

Read to a Greenhill Dog, 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

Sand Master Jam, sandboard competition, 2-5pm, Sand Master Park, 5351 Hwy 101, Florence, 541-997-6006, sandmasterpark.com. FREE.

Puppet Show: Dogs to the Rescue! 4:30pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Let’s Talk with Peter van de Graaff, join KWAX radio host & tenor Nicholas Phan for an informal preconcert chat, 6pm, The Studio at the Hult Center. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival presents Beethoven: Missa Solemnis, possibly Beethoven’s greatest work, 7pm, Hult Center. $20-$73.75.

Paperback Writer-The Beatles Experience, 7pm today, 4pm tomorrow, Three Rivers Casino & Resort, 5647 Hwy. 126, Florence. $15 & up. 

Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Twenty Feet Away, 9pm-1am, The Time Out Tavern, 5256 Main St., Spfd.

Southern Oregon Kite Festival, today & tomorrow. Free parking, free shuttle service, free admission & free kids kite making. southernoregonkitefestival.com. FREE.

Obsidians: Olallie Mountain, 7.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (SARA) parking lot sale continues, see 6/17.

Oregon Bach Festival continues, see 6/29.

Talking With... continues, see 7/7.

Bohemia Mining Days continues, see 7/13.

Da Vinci Days continues, see 7/14.

 

Sunday, 7/16

Lane United FC vs. Portland Timbers, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S 32nd St., Spfd., 7:30pm, laneunitedfc.com. $5-$10.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Obsidians: Yapoah Crater Geology, 11 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Summer Half Classic, 13.1 miles, Coburg, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Talking With... continues, see 7/7.

Bohemia Mining Days continues, see 7/13.

Da Vinci Days continues, see 7/14.

Southern Oregon Kite Festival continues, see 7/15.

Paperback Writer-The Beatles Experience continues, see 7/15.

 

Monday, 7/17

Performance: Red Yarn! Instruments, Folk Songs, Puppets, & More! 6:15pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE. 

Suburban Homecraft teaches soap making, help make a batch of castile cold-process soap, properties of different base oils, local sources, fragrance oils & other additives, liquid soap & two forms of laundry soap. 6:45-8:45pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 541-682-5318. $18.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

Tuesday, 7/18

Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Diagnosing Plant Problems class, 7-8:30pm, Lane County OSU Extension Service, 996 Jefferson St. 541-344-5859, extenstion.oregonstate.edu. FREE.
Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6. 

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

 

Wednesday, 7/19

Lane County Fair, today through 7/23, Wed.-Sat. 11am-11pm, Sun. 11am-8pm, atthefair.com. $6-$9, children 5 & under FREE. 

Women’s MTB Midweek Happy Hour Ride at WhyPass, join the women of DOD, Team Dirt and No Apologies! for a mid-week social ride, this is a no drop ladies only ride, meet in the main parking area at WhyPass and enjoy a casual paced tour of the trails system, 6-8pm, Lorane area, 541-913-4318. FREE. 

The Cheeseburgers in concert, based on Jimmy Buffett & his Coral Reefer band, 6:30-8pm, Island Park, 200 W. B St. FREE.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett continues, see 7/18.

 

Thursday, 7/20

Animal Program: Zany Zoo, 11am & 1pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE. 

EUGfun presents pARTy on the Plaza: Urban Jazz Dance Company, a new genre of dance:american Sign Language Dance, 5:30pm, The Plaza at the Hult Center. FREE.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Lane County Fair continues, see 7/19.

 

Friday, 7/21

Summer Concert – Breakers Yard & BBQ in Chintimini Park, 5:30-7:30pm, 605 N.W. 27th St., Corvallis, all ages, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $12-$15.

Dr.amnesia Trance’s Hypnotic Show . . . OR It’s Mining Memories Down a Long, Dark Hole, family friendly melodrama, today & 7/22, 7pm, 7/23, 2:30pm, all ages, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr., Cottage Grove, cottagetheatre.org, 541-942-8001. $7.

Family Movie Swim, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 NW Highland Dr., Corvallis. Regular admission rates.

 The Shedd Theatricals, Good News! (1927), a tale of undergrad life during the Roaring Twenties, July 21, 22, 28, 29, 7:30pm, July 23 & 30, 3pm matinee, Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd, theshedd.org/theatricals 2017. $22-$38.

 “While You Were Sleeping,” movie in the park, movie starts at sunset, but 7:30pm activities include wine tasting for ages 21+, Royal Delle Park, 401 Blackstone St., Spfd. FREE.

Ayla Nereo, folktronica, 9pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $12-$15.

Indubious, rootstronica, 9pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teens Ani-Manga Club continues, see 6/16.

Lane County Fair continues, see 7/19.

 

Saturday, 7/22

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Craig Einhorn 10am; Magic Mama Music 11am; Edson Oliveira 12pm; Ramblin’ Robert & The McKenzie Drifters 1pm; Tangor 2pm; dubious 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Storywalk at Ruff Park & Magnolia Arboretum through Springfield Public Library, 10:30am at Ruff Park – Meet at the Park Welcome Sign. No reg. required. FREE. 

Lo Mein Chinese Food Cooking Class, 12-3pm, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $49-$61.25.

Babes With Axes, folk, seated show, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $15.

Obsidians: Mount Adams-Mazama Glacier climb, 10 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Three Fingered Jack Geology, 14.4 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Vivian Lake, 8 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Lane County Fair continues, see 7/19.

Dr.amnesia Trance’s Hypnotic Show continues, see 7/21.

The Shedd Theatricals Good News! continues, see 7/21.

 

Sunday, 7/23

Obsidians: Florence Barefoot Beach Hike, 3.3 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Peace Run, 10K, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Lane County Fair continues, see 7/19.

Dr.amnesia Trance’s Hypnotic Show continues, see 7/21.

The Shedd Theatricals Good News! continues, see 7/21.

 

Monday, 7/24

Girl Circus camp, 9am-12pm, WOW Hall, today through 7/28, girlcircus.com. $125.

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

Tuesday, 7/25

Corvallis Knights vs. Salem Capitols, 6:40pm, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Community Emergency Response Training, basic disaster response skills, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Camas Country Schoolhouse bike, 38 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6 

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Girl Circus camp continues, see 7/24.

 

Wednesday, 7/26

3 Man Slam in concert, 3 Man Slam delivers crowd-pleasing classic rock & pop from the late ’50s through the late ’70s, 6:30-8pm, Douglas Gardens Park, 3455 S. Redwood Dr., Spfd. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Gresham Greywolves, 6:40pm today through 6/28, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Trail Maintenance, 2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Girl Circus camp continues, see 7/24.

 

Thursday, 7/27

Do Bees Have Knees? Get the Buzz on Bees! Grade school program with information, crafts, more. 2pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE. 

Osteoporosis Prevention & Treatment, learn the latest on prevention & treatment of osteoporosis, 2pm, Fox Hollow Residential Care Community, 5320 Fox Hollow Rd., 541-343-8439.

Dirty Bourbon River Show, New Orleans circus rock, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $8-$10.

EUGfun presents pARTy on the Plaza: Acrobuffos, a hysterical water balloon gladiator show with comic antics, flying water balloons & loud opera music, The Plaza at the Hult Center. FREE.

Obsidians: Canyon Creek Meadows, 7.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer continues, see 7/26. 

Girl Circus camp continues, see 7/24.

Corvallis Knights vs. Gresham Greywolves continues, see 7/26.

 

Friday, 7/28

23rd Annual Blackberry Jam Festival, community event featuring music, crafts, food, car show, fishing derby, quilt show, parade, pie-eating contest & more. 5-10pm today; 10am-10pm Sat.; 12-4pm Sun. Fishing Derby begins at daylight each day. Rolling Rock Park, Lowell. FREE.

 Lego Club, 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE. 

 Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

 “Ghost Busters,” movie in the park, presented with Spanish subtitles, movie starts at sunset, but 7:30pm activities include a ghost hunting, mixing up slime, & a performance by Reign Dance Company, Meadow Park, 851 Mill St., Spfd. FREE.

Trevor Hall, singer songwriter, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $17-$20.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge Winery continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

What the Friday continues, see 6/23.

The Shedd Theatricals Good News! continues, see 7/21.

Girl Circus camp continues, see 7/24.

Corvallis Knights vs. Gresham Greywolves continues, see 7/26.

 

Saturday, 7/29

Children’s Celebration, hands-on activities from more than 60 community exhibitors & live entertainment, presented in concert with the National Night Out Kick-off Event, 10am-2pm, Island Park, Spfd. FREE with canned food donation for FOOD for Lane County.

McKenzie River Whitewater Rafting Trip, 10am-5pm, Forest Glen County Boat Landing, mckenzieriver.org. $50.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Lorna Miller 11am; The Better Halves 12pm; The Traceys 1pm; Paul & Nancy’s Love Truffle 2pm; The Fiddlin’ Big Sue Band 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Paella Fest, raise funds for FOOD for Lane County, silent auctions,each team brings all they need to prepare & share paella, set up begins at 2pm, eat between 6 & 7pm, paellafest.blogspot.com, 86840 Dukhobar Rd. sug. don. $30.

Performance: Samuel Becerra, 2pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE. 

Winetasia, elegant evening with delicious wines, tempting bites created by some of the area’s finest restaurants, DJ & dancing, prize raffles to support Kids’ FIRST helping child victims of abuse in our community, 6-10pm, Silvan Ridge Winery, silvanridge.com. $75.

Obsidians: Mount McLoughlin climb, 10.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Camp Funkhouser-North Cascades. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

The Shedd Theatricals Good News! continues, see 7/21.

Annual Blackberry Jam Festival continues, see 7/28.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro continues, see 7/29.

 

Sunday, 7/30

Sunday Streets, walk, bike & roll on car-free streets. Live music, food carts, beer garden, 12-4pm, 4-8pm after party, Downtown. FREE. 

62nd Annual Fern Ridge Beef Pit BBQ, silent/oral auctions, bingo, cash raffle, farm & garden booth, free kids games, show cars, beer/wine/hard cider, live music with Coup de Ville, 12-5pm, St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 25181 E. Broadway, Veneta, 935-3993, Facebook & fernridgebeefpitbbq.com. FREE admission, dinner prices adults $15; seniors $13; child $7.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Hillsboro, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Led Zepagain, Led Zeppelin tribute, 7pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $13-$15.

Two Cities Summit Run, starts Eastgate Woodlands Park, Spfd., finishes Skinner Butte Summit, Eugene, eclecticedgeracing.com.

The Shedd Theatricals Good News! continues, see 7/21.

Annual Blackberry Jam Festival continues, see 7/28.

 

Monday, 7/31

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

August

 

Tuesday, 8/1

Corvallis Knights vs. Wenatchee Applesox, 7:05pm today through 8/3, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6. 

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday, 8/2

Los Cumbiamberos in concert, authentic cumbia from Colombia & Mexico, including salsa, timba, merengue, bachata & cha cha, 6:30-8pm, Guy Lee Park, 890 Darlene Ave. FREE.

Outdoor Family Film- “Nocturna,” 8:45pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. Reservations requested, 541-346-6410. FREE.

Benton County Fair & Rodeo, today through 8/6, Benton County Fairgrounds, 110 S.W. 53rd, Corvallis, bentoncountyfair.net.

Oregon Festival of American Music presents Giants of the Classic Songbook, 11 historic popular music & jazz concerts over 2 weeks with films & talks, 8/2-8/6 & 8/8-8/12, The Shedd, theshedd.org/OFAM2017, 541-434-7000. $9.50-$364.25.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Corvallis Knights vs. Wenatchee Applesox continues, see 8/1.

 

Thursday, 8/3

Plank Town Presents SpringFilm: “Night Moves,” 6:30pm, Wildish Community Theater, 541-345-7106, Spfd. FREE. 

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Corvallis Knights vs. Wenatchee Applesox continues, see 8/1.

Oregon Festival ofamerican Music continues, see 8/2.

Benton County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

 

Friday, 8/4

Qi Revolution, today through 8/6, Lane County Events Center at the Fairgrounds Auditorium, 9am-7pm each day, (800) 298-8970, qirevolution.com. $149 (Includes all three days).

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Free First Friday, 11am-5pm. FREE. 

Kids’ Caravan: A Children’s Flea Market, 11am-1pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. To sell, please contact Taylor Worley at tworley@springfield-or.gov or 541-726-2243 for details. FREE. 

Lane Arts Council’s First Friday Mural Tour, featuring the newest 20x21EUG Mural Project murals & a EUGfun! concert, 5:30-8pm, lanearts.org, 541-485-2278. FREE.

Corvallis Knights vs. Yakima Valley Pippins, 6:40pm today; 7:05 8/5; 5:05pm 8/6, Goss Stadium, 430 S.W. Langton Pl., Corvallis, corvallisknights.com. $6.

Parents Night Out, ages 3-12, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 NW Highland Dr., Corvallis. Pre-registration required. $15-$20.

“42,” movie in the park, rated PG-13, contains sensitive language, movie starts at sunset, but 7:30pm activities include a meet & greet with Sluggo, mascot of the Eugene Emeralds, Jesse Maine Park, S. 69th Pl., Spfd. FREE.

 Tour de Lane, today through 8/6, 3-day non-competitive bicycle rally offering multiple supported rides of varying length & difficulty each day. Sat., century ride to the coast, shuttle back. Sunday rides join GEARs Blackberry bRamble. Richardson Park, Fern Ridge Reservoir. tourdelane.com. Prices vary. 

Belly Dance Show, The Middle Eastern Dance Guild of Eugene performs to live music, demonstrating a variety of dance styles, 6pm, Downtown library. FREE.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Oregon Festival of American Music continues, see 8/2.

Benton County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

 

Saturday, 8/5

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Eugene Bhangra Youth Group 11am; Jesse “El Gato” Boden 12pm; Omie Wise 1pm; Peter Wilde Band 2pm; Music’s Edge Rock Camp Showcase 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Mixed Media Art Class: Exploring Morocco, ages 7-12 & their families can come to a unique, 1.5 hour art class explore & create the art of Morocco, 10:30am, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE. 

NAMI Lane County’s Annual Summer Picnic (National Alliance on Mental Illness), 11am-1pm, Roaring Rapids Pizza, 4006 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, namilane.org. FREE.

Beef & Chicken Chimichangas Cooking Class, 12-3pm, 15+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $46-$57.50.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Public Tour, 1-1:45pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE w/admission.

Suburban Homecraft teaches cheese making. 2pm-4pm,amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard St., 541-682-5373. Prepare fresh hard cheese & ricotta; learn hard & soft cheese cultures & processes, yogurt & kefir. $18.

Eddie Butler & Dreamer, acoustic originals, 6pm, Sweet Cheeks at 5th Street Public Market. FREE.

Obsidians: Broken Top, 17 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

2nd Star Festival presents third annual Cultural Arts celebration honoring creativity of all forms, Dorris Ranch, Spfd, today & tomorrow, 100+ artisans, authors, illustrators, performers of music, storytelling, puppetry & more, 2ndstarfestival.com. $5-$15, Children 12 & under FREE.

Whiteaker Block Party, 3rd Ave. between Blair & Jackson, whiteakerblockparty.com. FREE.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Oregon Festival ofamerican Music continues, see 8/2.

Benton County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

Qi Revolution continues, see 8/4.

Tour de Lane continues, see 8/4.

 

Sunday, 8/6

Oregon Festival ofamerican Music continues, see 8/2.

Benton County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

Qi Revolution continues, see 8/4.

Tour de Lane continues, see 8/4.

 

Monday, 8/7

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

Tuesday, 8/8

Performance: Vikki Gasko Green Ventriloquism & Puppet Show “Critterography!,” 1pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE. 

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Neighborhood Watch, City Crime Prevention Specialist discusses the crime deterrent program, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6 

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Oregon Festival of American Music continues, see 8/2.

 

Wednesday, 8/9

Jeff K & the Overtones in concert, danceable, soulful, energetic, folk rock with an occasional twang, 6:30-8pm, Lively Park, 6100 Thurston Rd., Spfd. FREE.

Line Dancing Class, 2:30-3:30pm, Wednesdays through 9/20, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $30-$37.50.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Oregon Festival of American Music continues, see 8/2.

 

Thursday, 8/10

Suburban Homecraft teaches baking with sourdough, catch, care for & use a wild sourdough culture for baking bread. Make an artisanal batch while also learning proofing & sourdough culture. 6:30-8:30pm, Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C Street, Spfd, 541-736-4444. $18.

OMSI Science Pub, Total Solar Eclipse, with Scott Fisher PhD, Department of Physics at UO, 6:30-8:30pm, Whirled Pies at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. $5 sug. don.

Green Jello, punk rock, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10-$12.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” performances in parks, today, 8/11, 8/12, 8/17, 8/18, 8/19, 8/20, 541-686-2738, 541-914-2374, rovingparkplayers.org. FREE.

Junction City Scandinavian Festival, three stages of entertainment, crafts, food through 8/13. Each day celebrates a different heritage: Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Downtown Junction City at 6th & Greenwood. FREE.

OTC Run/Walk Series #6, Spfd., eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Oregon Festival of American Music continues, see 8/2.

 

Friday, 8/11

Mohawk Valley Music Festival, various acts like Wookiefoot, Indubious, Sol Seed, etc., today, tomorrow & Sunday 9am-9pm, 39638 Mohawk Loop Rd., Marcola, https://www.mohawkvalleymusicfestival.com. $110 & up.

2nd annual Downtown Pride Block Party, live music, performances, food trucks, etc., 11am-5pm all ages, 5pm-2:30am 21+, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5 cover for the Lamb, FREE block party festivities on Broadway.

Tinker Tech Lab! 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No reg. required. FREE. 

Downtown Springfield Second Friday Artwalk, 5-7 pm, 541-345-7106, Spfd. FREE.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

The Good Doctor, by Neil Simon dramatizes Anton Chekhov, today, 8/12, 8/13, 8/17, 8/18, 8/19,8/20, 8/24, 8/25, 8/26, 8/27, all shows 8pm except 2:30pm matinee 8/20, 8/27, Cottage Theatre, 700 Village Dr., Cottage Grove, cottagetheatre.org, 541-942-8001. $15-$25.

Slayer, Lamb of God, Behemoth, 6:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $50-$55.

“Zootopia,” movie in the park, presented with Spanish subtitles, movie starts at sunset, but 7:30pm activities include K9 demonstrations with the Springfield Police Department, Island Park, 200 W. B St., Spfd. FREE.

Patunia & the Vipers, americana honky tonk, 8pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $10.

Hops & History at The Springfield Museum, 590 Main St., Spfd; beer, cider, nonalcoholic beverages, Sammitch Time food truck, music, games, museum tours, tickets include a drinks ticket & souvenir pint glass. $5-$12.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teen Board Games continues, see 6/9.

Teens “Doctor Who” Club continues, see 6/9.

Oregon Festival ofamerican Music continues, see 8/2.

Junction City Scandinavian Festival continues, see 8/10.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

Downtown Pride After Party, 11pm-2:30am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $3-$5.

 

Saturday, 8/12

Heroes 2 Oregon Dragon Boat Paddle Challenge, 8am-5pm, Lowell State Recreational Site at Dexter Lake, eugenedragonboating.org.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Cullen Vance 11am; Ky Hote 12pm; Patience Munjeri 1pm; Hand~Bird 2pm; Steel Wool 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Eugene-Springfield Pride Festival, 12-7pm, Alton Baker Park, eugene-pride.org/. FREE. $5 sug. don.

Read to a Greenhill Dog, 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th Street, Spfd., no reg. required. FREE. 

‘Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,’ movie in the park, Oregon marches for women’s suffrage in this original melodrama from The Roving Park Players, 5pm, Douglas Gardens Park, 3455 S. Redwood Dr., Spfd. FREE.

Pride Festival After Party, fun & entertainment, hosted by Angelica D’Vil, 9pm-2:30am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $3.

Obsidians: Scott Mountain/Benson Lake, 10 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Scandia Run, 10K, 5K, Junction City, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Mohawk Valley Music Festival continues. See Friday, August 11.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (SARA) parking lot sale continues, see 6/17.

Oregon Festival ofamerican Music continues, see 8/2.

Junction City Scandinavian Festival continues, see 8/10.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane continues, see 8/11.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11.   

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

 

Sunday, 8/13

Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Primus, Clutch, 7:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $45-$50.

Obsidians: Black Crater, 7.4 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Donkey Basketball, Shriners fundraiser, Lane Events Center, Livestock Arena, 503-371-7361.

Mohawk Valley Music Festival continues. See Friday, August 11.

Junction City Scandinavian Festival continues, see 8/10.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11.  

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

 

Monday, 8/14

Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

Tuesday, 8/15

311, 7pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $42-$142.

The Right Trees for Urban Landscapes class, 7-8:30pm, Lane County OSU Extension Service, 996 Jefferson Street. 541-344-5859, extenstion.oregonstate.edu. FREE.
Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Mapping Your Neighborhood, Carlos Barrera explains the national disaster readiness program, 7pm, River Road Rec Center, 1400 Lake Dr. FREE.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: The Wife, 10.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Summer Teen Team continues, see 6/1. 

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6 

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane continues, see 8/14.

 

Wednesday, 8/16

Suburban Homecraft teaches how to safely make & can dill pickles. 7-9pm, River Road Park & Recreation, 1400 Lake Dr., 541-688-4052. $18. 

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 76.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 8/17

Performance: Border Collies International, 2pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE. 

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

 

Friday, 8/18

Family Movie Swim, 7-9pm, Osborn Aquatic Center, 1940 NW Highland Dr., Corvallis. Regular admission rates.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teens Ani-Manga Club continues, see 6/16.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

 

Saturday, 8/19

Storywalk at Lively Park through Springfield Public Library, 10:30am at Lively Park – Meet at the Playground. No reg. required. FREE. 

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Jodi Koplin’s Jiggle Jam 11am; TBA 12pm; Richie G & MaBeat 1pm; Clown Dancer 2pm; The Miller Bros Band 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Silvan Ridge Winery Twilight 5K, annual 5K race followed by outdoor concert & wine, benefits the Jane Higdon Foundation, picnics OK but no outside alcohol, beers & non-alcoholic beverages available, large groups call ahead, 4-10pm, 345-1945x0, silvanridge.com. $25.

Tap & Taste, sample small plates & craft beverages from some of your favorite local restaurateurs & brewers & live music throughout the night, 5-10pm, downtown Spfd. at 5th & A streets. $12-$15.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Margaret Glaspy, singer songwriter, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $12-$15.

Obsidians: Mt. Washington climb, 10.5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11.   

 

Sunday, 8/20

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise, 1:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Trivia Night, 6pm, River Stop Restaurant & Sports Bar, 39297 McKenzie Hwy, Spfd, 541-726-9088. FREE.

Young the Giant, Cold War Kids, 6:30pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $35-$40.

Roving Park Players present “Miss Bunny Bunting’s Bonafide Belles,” see 8/10.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

 

Monday, 8/21

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

Obsidians: Total Solar Eclipse hike, 1 mile. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

Hot Women over 50: A Different Script for Menopause continues, see 6/19.

 

Tuesday, 8/22

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Boise continues, see 8/21.

 

Wednesday, 8/23

Alcohol Ink Art Class - Dreamscapes 2-4pm, 13+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $25-$31.25.

Eugene’s Got Talent: Youth Variety Show auditions, 3:30pm, performance 8/24. Downtown library. FREE.

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer, 7:05pm, PK Park, 2800 MLK Jr. Blvd., 541-342-5367. 

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: White Mountain, CA trip. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 8/24

Eugene’s Got Talent: Youth Variety Show, catch a rising star at this annual showcase for kids & teens, 5pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11.   

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer continues, see 8/23.

 

Friday, 8/25

Northwest Art & Air Festival in Albany, today through 8/27, balloons & kites this year for the first time, balloon launches at 6:45am weather permitting Fri., Sat. & Sun. Visitors will pay $5 to park at Timber-Linn Memorial Park or the Linn County Expo Center. Parking fees will be charged on all three days. Early morning launches from the south end of Timber-Linn Park, 900 Price Rd. SE, Albany. Live music throughout the event. nwartandair.org. FREE.

Lego Club, 2-4pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd., no reg. required. FREE 

Chintimini Night Club, includes food donated by Corvallis Pita Pit, beer, wine, cider & other concessions for purchase, 7-10pm, 21+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $8.

Nathaniel Rateliff,american R&B, 7pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $39-$44.

Filthy Friends, featuring Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney; Peter Buck of R.E.M.; Scott McCaughey of Minus 5; Kurt Bloch of Fastback; & Bill Rieflin of King Crimson, 10pm, 21+, Hi-Fi Lounge, 44 E. 7th Ave., hifimusichall.com. $15.

GLAMAZONS, Eugene’s Hottest Drag Cabaret, drag show followed by dancing all night in The Den, 10-11pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. $5  

Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer continues, see 8/23. 

Faerieworlds, bands & musicians from around the world, performances & entertainers, Mythic Marketplace w/vendors, today through 8/27, Horning’s Hideout, North Plains. faerieworlds.com.

National Parks Free Entrance Day, National Park Service birthday, nps.gov/findapark/feefreeparks.htm.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

What the Friday continues, see 6/23.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

 

Saturday, 8/26

Sand Sculpting Clinic, 10am-2pm, Sand Master Park, 5351 Hwy. 101, Florence, 541-997-6006, sandmasterpark.com. FREE.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Planet Loop 10am; TBA 11am; Jerry Zybach 12pm; Robert Meade 1pm; Richard Crandell & Masumi Timson 2pm; Cap’n Trips 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Pizza Extravaganza Cooking Class, 12-3pm, 15+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $49-$61.25.

World Go Topless Day, 1-3pm, Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza, 3-5pm, Campbell Park, gotopless.org. FREE. 

Springfield Car Cruise & Show & Shine, downtown Spfd, 541-954-0762.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

Faerieworlds continues, see 8/25.

Northwest Art & Air Festival continues, see 8/25.

Green & Resilient Neighborhood Initiative: Site Tour continues, see 8/26.

 

Sunday, 8/27

ZZ Top, The Doobie Brothers, 7pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $55-$100.

Obsidians: Fawn Lake Loop, 7.7 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

The Good Doctor continues, see 8/11. 

Faerieworlds continues, see 8/25.

Northwest Art & Air Festival continues, see 8/25.

 

Monday, 8/28

Summer Reading Book Sale, thousands of gently-used books just $1 each, fundraiser by Friends of the Library, 10am-4pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Suburban Homecraft teaches winter gardening, plant for winter produce & an early spring harvest. Free seeds & starts. 6:45-8:45pm, Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., 541-682-5318. $18. 

Minecraft Mondays continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Cuentos Bilingual Storytime continues, see 6/26.

 

Tuesday, 8/29

Youth Maker Expos, kids & teens explore Library’s Maker Hub with tech tool demos & hands-on fun featuring green screen photo booth, 3D printer, electronics, button maker, synthesizer, more, drop in 1-4pm, Downtown library. FREE.

Performance: Summer Reading Finale with world-renowned magician Henrik Bothe, 6pm, Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd. No registration required. FREE. 

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia, Test your knowledge with Geeks Who Drink, 8-10pm, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday, 8/30

Youth Maker Expos, kids & teens explore Library’s Maker Hub with tech tool demos & hands-on fun featuring green screen photo booth, 3D printer, electronics, button maker, synthesizer, more, drop in 10:15am-12:15pm, Bethel Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1990 Echo Hollow Rd.; 2-4pm, Sheldon Branch of Eugene Public Library, 1566 Coburg Rd. FREE.

Alcohol Ink Art class – Color Theory, 2-4pm, 13+, Corvallis Senior & Community Center, 541-766-6959, corvallisoregon.gov/sc. $25-$31.25.

LIP SYNC BATTLE! Weekly Lip Sync competition, fun for everyone, 10pm-1am, The Wayward Lamb, 150 W. Broadway. FREE.

Obsidians: Trail Maintenance, 2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians:amazon Headwaters/Spencer Butte, 6.2 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime in Eugene continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/7. 

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 8/31

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

September

 

Friday, 9/1

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Free First Friday, 11am-5pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Public Tour, 1-1:45pm, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO Campus. FREE w/admission.

Fiesta Cultural Kick-off Event during Lane Arts Council’s First Friday ArtWalk, 5:30-9pm, Kesey Square & Downtown Eugene, lanearts.org, 541-485-2278. FREE.  

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

 

Saturday, 9/2

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; entertainment includes Brian Ernst 2pm; The Geo 4 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Invitational XC Classic, high school cross country, Richardson Park, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

 

Sunday, 9/3

Gipsy Kings, 7pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $40-$75.

Willamette Family Fun Run, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. 

 

Monday, 9/4

Eugene Brews Cruise 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. 

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 9/5

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday, 9/6

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 9/7

Michael Franti & Spearhead, 7pm, Cuthbert Amphitheater, thecuthbert.com. $44-$51.

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

Friday, 9/8

Thundercat, R&B, 8pm, WOW Hall, wowhall.org. $18-$20.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teen Board Games continues, see 6/9.

Teens “Doctor Who” Club continues, see 6/9.

 

Saturday, 9/9

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Lonesome Randall 10am; Magic Mama Music 11am; 12pm; Brian Cutean 1pm; Sun Bossa 2pm; Jason Bailey & Friends 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Humane Society of Cottage Grove hosts 11th Annual Bow Wow Around Town,10-11:30am, registration starts at 9:30, 2-mile walk starts at 10am in Prospector Park, 913 S. River Rd, Cottage Grove, 541-953-9112. $10-$15, includes doggies scarf, refreshments for people & dogs, & door prizes.

Obsidians: Divide Lake, 10 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (SARA) parking lot sale continues, see 6/17.

 

Sunday, 9/10

BRING Home & Garden Tour: Living Simply, Living Well, self-guided tour of 10 homes featuring backyard cottages, urban agriculture, permaculture landscaping, solar & green building, remodeling, creative re-use. 10am-4pm, tickets at BRING Recycling, 4446 Franklin Boulevard; Down to Earth in Eugene; Lane Forest Products; bringrecycling.org, 541-746-3023. $9-$12.

Obsidians: Southwest National Parks bus trip. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Mt. Thielsen climb, 10 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

 

Monday, 9/11

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 9/12

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6 

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime in Springfield continues, see 6/6.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday, 9/13

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Eugene Yacht Club small boat racing continues, see 6/7.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 9/14

OMSI Science Pub, The Nature Conservancy, 6:30-8:30pm, Whirled Pies at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th Ave. $5 sug. don.

OTC Monthly Run/Walk Series #7, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. 

Eugene Yacht Club racing continues, see 6/1.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

Friday, 9/15

Big Tree Beer & Cider Festival, today & tomorrow, more than 40 brews from all over the West Coast on tap with local food trucks, today 4-11pm, 

Sat. 1-11pm, Lane Events Center Auditorium, all admissions include souvenir glass & 3 tastes. bigtreebeerfest.com. $12-$17. 

3rd McKenzie Highland Games, today through 9/17, mckenziehighlandgames.com, Bob Keefer Center, 250 S. Main St, Spfd. $5-$12.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2. Today’s concert benefits Full Access of Eugene.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Teens Ani-Manga Club continues, see 6/16.

 

Saturday, 9/16

Mixed Media – Argentina, for ages 7-12, 10:30am-12, Spfd. Public Library, 225 5th St., Spfd., 541-726-2243, wheremindsgrow.org. FREE.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; TBA 10am; Rob Tobias 11am; Rooster & his Barnyard Bucketeers 12pm; Tatiamo 1pm; Gerry Rempel Jazz Syndicate 2pm; Bootie White & the Contraband 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Septembeerfest, over 65 beers, ciders & meads on tap, live music, 1-9pm, Avery Park, S.W. Avery Park Dr., Corvallis. $15, kids under 12 FREE. 

XWest Huck Fest, sandboard competition, 2-4pm, Sand Master Park, 5351 Hwy 101, Florence, 541-997-6006, sandmasterpark.com. FREE.

Rhapsody in the Vineyard Wine Walk, purchase wine glass & walk to participating businesses for wine samples, 3:30-7pm, downtown Corvallis, 541-754-6624.

Harvest Day Regatta, today & tomorrow. Eugene Yacht Club, Fern Ridge Reservoir, Eugene, 541-912-9999, eugeneyachtclub.org. Entry fee to race.

Obsidians: Broken Top climb, 12 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Soroptimist Pink Sox Run/Walk to Live, 10K, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Emerald City Roller Derby, Wizards of Quad vs Willamette Kidney Thieves, ecrg.com.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

3rd McKenzie Highland Games continues, see 6/15.

 

Sunday, 9/17

Coburg Antique Fair, 8am-4pm, 250+ dealers, music, food, take I-5 to Coburg exit 199, parking $5, catch shuttle to downtown Coburg, coburgcamber.com. FREE.

Eugene Sunday Streets in River Road, car free blocks for walking, biking & rolling in a car-free environment. Details TBA.

Obsidians: South Sister hike, 12 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Picc-a-Dilly Flea Market continues, see 6/7.

3rd McKenzie Highland Games continues, see 6/15.

Harvest Day Regatta continues, see 9/16.

 

Monday, 9/18

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Curious Kids Storytime continues, see 6/5.

Hot Women over 50: A Different Script for Menopause continues, see 6/19.

 

Tuesday, 9/19

Compost Chemistry class, 7-8:30pm, Lane County OSU Extension Service, 996 Jefferson St., 344-5859, extension.oregonstate.edu/lane. FREE. 

Obsidians: Birding Without Borders talk. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6. 

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday, 9/20

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

Line Dancing Class continues, see 8/9.

 

Thursday, 9/21

Explosions in the Sky, all ages, 8pm, McDonald Theatre, mcdonaldtheatre.com. $27.

Obsidians: Yoran Lake/Lils Lake Loop, 12 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

Friday, 9/22

Radio Redux presents the Philadelphia Story, a comedy about a socialite’s impending wedding plans, 7:30pm today & 9/23, 2pm 9/24, Hult Center, Soreng Theater, radioreduxusa.com. 

Obsidians: Images from the Polar Extremes potluck. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: Mount Hubris climb. Reg. at obsidians.org.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

What the Friday continues, see 6/23.

 

Saturday, 9/23

Salmon Spawning Viewing Tour, today & 9/30, at Finn Rock Reach, 10:30am-12:30pm, Finn Rock Reach, mckenzieriver.org. FREE.

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Lorna Miller 11am; Oregon Tuba Ensemble 2pm; Clown Dancer 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Obsidians: Acker Rock-Peregrine Traverse climb. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Obsidians: SOLVE/Beach Cleanup, 5 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

Radio Redux’s The Philadelphia Story continues, see 9/22.

 

Sunday, 9/24

Corvallis Fall Festival Run, 10K, 5K, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Radio Redux’s The Philadelphia Story continues, see 9/22.

 

Monday, 9/25

STEAM Storytime continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 9/26

Coloring for Adults continues, see 6/6.

Terrific Twos Storytime continues, see 6/6 

Pajama Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Baby & Me Storytime continues, see 6/6.

Library Family Night continues, see 6/20.

Eugene Yacht Club Fun Race continues, see 7/4.

 

Wednesday 9/27

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Preschool Storytime in Eugene & Springfield continues, see 6/7.

Sensory Storytime continues, see 6/7.

Lapsit Storytime continues, see 6/7. 

 

Thursday 9/28

Wonderful Ones Storytime continues, see 6/1.

 

Friday 9/29

Sasquatch Brewfest dinner, facebook.com/SasquatchBrewfest.

The Springfield Farmers’ Market continues, see 6/2.

Friday Night Concerts at Silvan Ridge continues, see 6/2.

Baby Storytime continues, see 6/2.

Family Storytime continues, see 6/2.

 

Saturday 9/30

Saturday Market, weekly hub of artisans, chefs & musicians, 10am-5pm; Chico Schwall 11am; Gumbo Groove 3:30pm; 8th & Oak. FREE.

Obsidians: Yoran Lake/Lils Lake Loop, 12 miles. Reg. at obsidians.org.

Salmon Spawning Viewing Tour continues, see 9/23.

Sasquatch Brewfest, 252 Lawrence St., facebook.com/SasquatchBrewfest.

Legos at the Library continues, see 6/3.

Family Music Time continues, see 6/3.

Cuentos y Canciones: Stories & Songs in Spanish continues, see 6/3.

 

 

 

Elsewhere

Events in Other Parts of Oregon

 

June

 

Thursday, 6/1

American Rock Art Research Association convenes today through 6/5. Rock art scholars from around the country & world will share the latest information, conference is open to the public, field trips planned, arara.org/conference.html, Lodge at the Eagle Crest Resort, near Redmond. Non-member $115, no charge for 4-18 but they must register. 

Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival, guided tours in search of 11 different species of woodpeckers & other birds, today through 6/4, Sisters, 541-548-4641, ecaudubon.org.

 

Friday, 6/2

Cheers to Belgian Beers festival, up to 70 Belgian-style beers brewed by Oregon craft brewers using the same single yeast strain, 1-9pm today & 12-8pm tomorrow, The North Warehouse, 723 N. Tillamook St., Portland, thenorthwarehouse.com. $20 plus additional cost for more drink tickets. 

Steel Wool performs acoustic rock, 7:30pm, North County Performing Arts Theatre, 9th & B St., Nehalem, steelwoolband.com. $10-$12.

American Rock Art Research Association continues, see 6/1.

Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival continues, see 6/1.

 

Saturday, 6/3

7th Annual Run to the Ruts 5K/10K Fun Run & Walk, Celebrate National Trails Day with a walk or run along the National Historic Oregon Trail, 9am-12pm, Baker City, trailtenders.org.

Free Day at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, 9am-6pm, Baker City, trailtenders.org. FREE.

Portland Saturday Market, every weekend through Dec. 24. 10am-5pm Sat. & 11am-4:30pm Sun., North Waterfront Park & Ankeny Plaza, Portland, portlandsaturdaymarket.com. FREE. 

Music Garden Festival, four bands, bounce house, jousting, knocker balls, root beer garden, beer garden, food, 3-11pm, John Moehl Stadium, Klamath Falls. $5, children under 5 FREE.

Hallie Ford Museum of Art opens with Behind the Beyond: Psychedelic Posters & Fashion in San Francisco 1966-1971, through 8/27, Salem, willamette.edu/arts/hfma.

Portland Rose Festival Starlight Parade, 8:30-11pm, rosefestival.org. FREE.

Free Fishing Weekend, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, fish, crab & clam without a license, 800-720-6339, dfw.state.or.us/education/angling/free_fishing.asp. FREE.

American Rock Art Research Association continues, see 6/1.

Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival continues, see 6/1.

Cheers to Belgian Beers festival continues, see 6/2.

Bend Beer Chase, 52-mile relay, Bend, eclectidedgeracing.com. Cost varies. 

Newport Marathon, half or full marathon, Newport, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Santiam Hospital Fun Run, 10K, 5K, Stayton, eclectidedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

 

Sunday, 6/4

Brookings Concerts in the Park, Jacob Miller & the Bridge City Crooners, ragtime jazz, 1-3:30pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

B Side Brass Band, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

American Rock Art Research Association continues, see 6/1.

Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival continues, see 6/1.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Free Fishing Weekend continues, see 6/3

Heaven Can Wait 5K Run & Walk, benefitting Sara’s Project, a breast health education & outreach partnership, eclecticedgeracing.com.

 

Monday, 6/5

Casks for a Cause, 20% of all cask sales go to the Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards (GOATS), first Monday of each month, Brewer’s Union Local 180, 48329 E. 1st St., Oakridge, 541-782-2024. FREE.

 

Tuesday, 6/6

Just a Number: Aging & Intergenerational Friendship, by Jenny Sasser & Simeon Dreyfus, 6:30pm, Life by Design NW, 1626 SE Water Ave., ste.208, Portland. FREE.

 

Wednesday, 6/7

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents What We Want from the Wild, by Adam Davis, 7pm, Hood River County History Museum, 300 E. Port Marina Dr., Hood River. FREE.

Sisters Rodeo, today through 6/11, 549-0121, sistersrodeo.com, 67637 Highway 20, Sisters. Prices vary.

Portland Rose Festival, today through 6/11, many parades & events, rosefestival.org.

Singer-songwriter-satirist Roy Zimmerman performs “funny songs about ignorance, war, & greed” to benefit community radio station KPOV 88.9 FM in Bend, Volcanic Theatre Pub, bendticket.com, KPOV members call station at 541-322-0863 for member code. $15-$20.

 

Thursday, 6/8
Fermentation Celebration, Old Mill District, Bend, bendconcerts.com, $20.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents The Space Between Us: Immigrants, Refugees, & Oregon, by Manuel Padilla, Vanport Square Studio, 5229 N.E. MLK Blvd., ste. 102, Portland. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents What’s in a Label? Thinking about Diversity & Racial Categories, by Ann Su, noon, City of Portland Water Bureau, 1120 S.W. 5th Ave., Room 600, Portland. FREE.

Portland Rose Festival continues, see 6/7. 

Sisters Rodeo continues, see 6/7.

 

Friday, 6/9

Moody Blues, Edgefield Amphitheater, 6:30pm, all ages, edgefieldconcerts.com. $49-$103.

Portland Rose Festival continues, see 6/7. 

Sisters Rodeo continues, see 6/7.

 

Saturday, 6/10

Art in the Park, Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 10am-4pm, Sisters Creekside Campground, Deschutes National Forest, 504 S. Locust St., Sisters, 541-420-0279.

89th annual Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, music, dancing, Nordic food, vendors, beer garden, kids area, games, 11am-6pm, Scandinavian of the Year at 1pm, raising of the Midsummer Pole, 2pm, Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Wy., Portland. $8-$17, kids 11 & under FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Too Busy to Rest: Boundaries & Balance in a Nonstop World, by Lisa Naas Cook, 2pm, Lucky Labrador Tap Room North Tap Room, 1700 N. Killingsworth St., Portland. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Fish Tales: Traditions & Challenges of Seafood in Oregon, by Jennifer Burns Bright, 2pm, Curry Public Library, 94341 3rd St., Gold Beach. FREE.

Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk, ongoing Saturdays, take a stroll & enjoy the art galleries & art related venues, 3-6pm, downtown Brookings. FREE.

Maupin Madness Poker Run ad Bike Show, proceeds go to Outdoor Adventures With Military Heroes & Operation Homefront, 521 Deschutes Ave, Maupin, 541-993-7797. $5-$15. 

Cape Mountain Trail Runs, 10 miles, 4 miles, Florence, eclectidedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Helvetia Half Marathon, Hillsboro, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Portland Rose Festival continues, see 6/7. 

Sisters Rodeo continues, see 6/7.

 

Sunday, 6/11

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents The Space Between Us: Immigrants, Refugees, & Oregon, by Manuel Padilla, 2pm, Tigard Public Library, 13500 S.W. Hall Blvd., Tigard. FREE.

Medicinal & Edible Plant Walk, today & 8/13, stroll through North Mountain Park to learn more about the abundance of edible & medicinal plants found there, ages 12 & up, 3-4:15pm, 620 N. Mountain Ave., 541-488-6606, ashlandparksandrec.org. $8.

John Mellencamp with Jewel & Carlene Carter, 6:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $55-$124.50.

Dirty Half Marathon, Bend, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Cape Mountain Trail Runs, 10 miles, 4 miles, Florence, eclectidedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Helvetia Half Marathon, Hillsboro, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Albany Challenge, team obstacle challenge, Albany, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Brookings Concerts in the Park, Joe Craven & the Sometimers, folk & world music, 1-3:30pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

Portland Rose Festival continues, see 6/7. 

Art in the Park continues, see 6/10.

 

Monday, 6/12

Gordon Lightfoot, 8pm, Elsinore Theater, Salem, tickets.uoregon.edu.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 6/13

Pride Kick-Off Party benefiting Pride Northwest & Portland Pride, 6-8:30pm, Lagunitas Community Room, 237 N.E. Broadway St. ste. 300, Portland, pridenw.org. $10-$15. 

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Homeless in the Land of Plenty, by Ryan Stroud, 6:30pm, West Slope Community Library, 3678 S.W. 78th Ave., Portland. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Mind the Gaps: How Gender Shapes our Lives, by Jade Aguilar, 1:30pm, Oregon Food Bank, 7900 N.E. 33rd Dr., Portland. FREE.

 

Thursday, 6/15

Concerts in the Park with Ashland City Band, every Thursday today through 8/10, 7-8pm, Butler Bandshell in Lithia Park 1195 E. Main St., Ashland. FREE.

13th annual Oregon Garden Brewfest, new activities include camping & a Father’s Day 5K, kicks off with Brewer’s Tasting Dinner, today through 6/18, The Oregon Garden, Silverton, oregongarden.org/events/brewfest.

 

Friday, 6/16

What The Festival, three-day music, art, film & interactive festival held during the Summer Solstice weekend, today through 6/20, Fri. 10am–Mon. 10am, Wolf Run Ranch, Dufur, whatthefestival.com. 

Cider Summit PDX, the region’s largest hard cider tasting festival, today 3-8pm & tomorrow, 12-5pm, VIP session starts at 2pm, The Fields Park, 1099 NW Overton St., Portland, cidersummitnw.com/portlandeventinfo.html.

The Feast of Will, dinner, performances sponsored by Ashland Lions Club & Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 6pm, Lithia Park, 15 S. Pioneer St, Ashland, 541-482-4331, osfashland.org. $15. 

The Lost Dutchman’s Mining Association 3-day pay to dig gold mining event, Burnt River Camp, located between Durkee & Bridgeport, camping & gold mining. Learn to pan & highbank, keep all the gold you find, burntrivercamp@gmail.com. $100 per participant 16 & up (non-participant spouses & kids free).

Epic Oregon Relay, 187M, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Oregon Garden Brewfest continues, see 6/15.

 

Saturday, 6/17

Blooms & Butterflies Garden Celebration, Elkton Community Education Center, 10am-4pm, 541-584-2692, elktonbutterflies.com. FREE, donations appreciated.

Sandcastle Contest, Cannon Beach, 10am-8pm, contest, judging, music, bonfire, cannonbeach.org.

Nadaka Tea fundraiser, teas, scones, sandwiches, desserts, local art raffle, guided tour of Nadaka Nature Park, 12-2pm, Murdock Hall, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, 17405 N.E. Glisan St., Gresham, 503-956-8558.

Portland Pride Waterfront Festival, 12-8pm today & 11:30am-6pm 6/18. Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland. $7 don.

Portland Beer & Cheese Fest, 1-4pm, Culmination Brewing Co., Portland, merctickets.com.

South Douglas Rodeo, today & tomorrow, 1pm, Tri City Horse Arena, Myrtle Creek, 863-3134, myrtlecreekchamber.com.

Northwest Filmmakers Festival Traveling Short Film Program, 7pm, Ross Ragland Theater, Klamath Falls, klamathfilm.org. $5. 

Eagle Valley Days, small town celebration along the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway including a parade down Main Street, arts & crafts in the park, kids games live music & an old fashioned community BBQ, 541-742-4222.

Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo, parade, dance, awards ceremony, mutton busting & dummy roping for Mini-Mites (ages 0-4), ranch-style bronco riding & bulls for the senior contestants (ages 15-18), Halfway Fairgrounds, Halfway, 541-742-4222.

Canby Fun Run, 10K, 5K, Canby, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Vulture Venture, 5K, Bend, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Habitat for Humanity Run, Walk, Ride, 10K, 5K bike, McMinnville, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

JC 3.1 5K, Junction City, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Oregon Garden Brewfest continues, see 6/15.

Cider Summit PDX continues, see 6/16.

The Lost Dutchman’s Mining Association gold mining event continues, see 6/16.

What The Festival continues, see 6/16.

 

Sunday, 6/18

Milonga, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwabamphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

Powder River Music Review, weekly outdoor concert series in Geiser Pollman Park on the banks of the Powder River featuring local & regional musicians on Sunday after noon, 4-6pm June through August, Baker City, facebook.com/bakercitybandstand.

Pioneer Dam Run, 10K, 5K, Brownsville, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Dustin Lynch, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Oregon Garden Brewfest continues, see 6/15.

The Lost Dutchman’s Mining Association gold mining event continues, see 6/16.

What The Festival continues, see 6/16.

South Douglas Rodeo continues, see 6/17.

Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo continues, see 6/17.

Portland Pride Waterfront Festival continues, see 6/18.

 

Monday, 6/19

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

What The Festival continues, see 6/16.

 

Tuesday, 6/20

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Power, Privilege, & Racial Diversity in Oregon, by Emily Drew, 7pm, Beaverton City Library, 12375 S.W. 5th St., Beaverton. FREE.

Jurassic 5, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville. brittfest.org.

 

Wednesday, 6/21
Seu Jorge presents the Life Aquatic: A Tribute to David Bowie, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $35-$200.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, 8pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, tickets.uoregon.edu.

 

Thursday, 6/22

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

 

Friday, 6/23

Organic Craft BrewFest, today through 6/25, celebrate organic brewing, 12pm-9pm 6/23 & 6/24, 12pm to 5pm 6/25, Overlook Park, 1301 N. Fremont St., Portland, organiccraftbewfest.com. $25.

Oregon Hempfest (formerly Umpqua Valley Hempfest), today through 6/25, 3 stages, camping, industry speakers, hemposium classes, art, vendor/sponsor booths, 383 Brumbach Rd, Roseburg, umpquahempfest.com, day events 12-8pm all ages, night events 21+ after 8pm. $20, $20 camping pass.

Summer Arts Festival, Umpqua Valley Arts Center, Fri 12-9pm, 6/24 10am-9pm, 6/25, 10am-4pm, 541-672-2532, uvarts.com.

Ziggy Marley, Edgefieldamphitheater, 6pm, all ages, edgefieldconcerts.com. $43.

John Prine, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $35-$200.

Bite of Bend, celebrate the local flavor of Central Oregon during the region’s largest food festival, today through 6/25, downtown Bend, biteofbend.com.

Plein Air & More, today through 6/25, Cannon Beach, cannonbeach.org.

Salem Summer Solstice Run, 10K, 5K, Salem, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

 

Saturday, 6/24

3rd Annual Ed Caleb Memorial Golf Tournament, four-person scramble with prizes, side contests, swag, reception following, 1pm, Running Y Golf Course, Klamath Falls, klamath.org.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Power, Privilege, & Racial Diversity in Oregon, by Emily Drew, 3pm, Southeast Uplift, 3534 S.E. Main St., Portland. FREE.

Paul Simon, 7:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. Sold out.

Umpqua Valley Arts Association celebrates 100th anniversary of the Roseburg Soldiers Hospital, Honor Walk from the Armory (now the Flegel Center) in downtown Roseburg to the Roseburg National Cemetery adjacent to Fir Grove Park, 672 2532, uvarts.com. FREE.

Jacob Whitesides, 7:20pm, Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, cascadetickets.com.

Redmond Street Festival, today & tomorrow, S.W. 6th St., Redmond. FREE.

Roseburg K9 Pursuit 5K, Roseburg, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Organic Craft BrewFest continues, see 6/23.

Summer Arts Festival continues, see 6/23.

Plein Air & More continues, see 6/23.

Bite of Bend continues, see 6/24.

 

Sunday, 6/25

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Where Are You From? Exploring What Makes Us Oregonian, by Kerani Mitchell, 1pm, Hillsboro Public Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy., Hillsboro. FREE.

Elektrapod, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 3pm, Newmark Theater, Portland, tickets.uoregon.edu.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Organic Craft BrewFest continues, see 6/23.

Summer Arts Festival continues, see 6/23.

Plein Air & More continues, see 6/23.

Bite of Bend continues, see 6/24.

Redmond Street Festival continues, see 6/25.

 

Monday, 6/26

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 6/27
Music on the Halfshell, Langhorne Slim & Sara Watkins, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

 

Wednesday, 6/28

Tycho, Edgefield Amphitheater, 6pm, edgefieldconcerts.com.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Fish Tales: Traditions & Challenges of Seafood in Oregon, by Jennifer Burns Bright, 6pm, Langlois Public Library, 48234 Highway 101, Langlois. FREE.

Music on the Green, 6-7:30pm, Sam Johnson Park, Redmond, 923-5191. FREE.

Good Vibes Summer Tour: Rebelution, Nahko & Medicine for the People, Collie Buddz, Hirie, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Thursday, 6/29

Best of Britt Benefit, food & wine tastings, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Best of Britt benefit with Pink Martini featuring Storm Large & China Forbes, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

 

Friday, 6/30
Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival, with Canned Heat, Sonny Landreth, Vieux Farka Toure, Chubby Carrier, Greyhounds & more, today through 7/4, Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Naito Pkwy., waterfrontbluesfest.com, Portland. $10 & up.

Pink Martini, 6pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $35-$65.

Redmond Bat Walk, search for bats using echolocator equipment, bring weather-appropriate clothing & a flashlight to be prepared for touring the museum after hours, 8:30pm-10pm, registration & pre-payment required, highdesertmuseum.org/workshop. Members $5, non-members $10

Brit Floyd, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

July

 

Saturday, 7/1

Central Oregon Wildflower Show, 9am-5pm, Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory, 57245 River Rd., Bend, sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4394. $4-$6. 

Wings & Wheels, annual show of autos & airplanes sponsored by the Lions Club, Florence Airport. 290 Hwy 101. Florence. 10am-3pm. FREE.

Ween, 7pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $43.

Red White & Blues 10K, West Linn, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Harrisburg Firecracker 5K Run/Walk, Harrisburg, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Waterfront Blues Festival continues, see 6/30.

 

Sunday, 7/2

Dina Y Los Rumberos, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

TrackTown Summer Series, Mt. Hood Community College, Portland, gotracktownusa.com. 

This Wild Life, acoustic rock duo, Mission Theater, Portland, mcmenamins.com/mission-theater.

Black Butte Ranch Triathlon, Black Butte Ranch, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Waterfront Blues Festival continues, see 6/30.

 

Monday, 7/3

Haines Stampede & Rodeo, today & tomorrow, Haines, hainesstampede.com, 541-786-8788.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Waterfront Blues Festival continues, see 6/30.

 

Tuesday, 7/4

41st Annual Fourth of July Run, 7:45am, 1195 E. Main St., Ashland, 541-488-5340, ashlandparksandrec.org. 

Sunriver 4th of July Fest, 10:30am-4pm, bike parade, entertainment, games, food, watermelon eating contest, rock wall, fire & police vehicles, more, villageatsunriver.com, 57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver. FREE.

Roseburg Hometown Fourth of July Fireworks, Stewart Park, 6pm, fireworks 9:55pm, 492-6700. 

Deftones, 6:15pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $47.50.

Music on the Halfshell, Polyrhythmics, 7pm, Roseburg (special location at the DC Fairgrounds), halfshell.org. FREE.

Music on the Halfshell, Booker T Stax Revue (special location at the DC Fairgrounds), 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Klamath Freedom Days, parade, fireworks, activities, Brew & Q, today through 7/8, Main Street Klamath Falls, Klamath County Fairgrounds, & Steens Sports Park, klamath.org.

Florence Independence Day Celebration, Bay Street, Florence, florencechamber.com.

Harrisburg Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration, all day, Harrisburg, ci.harrisburg.or.us.

Monmouth Mini Marathon, 2.6 miles, Monmouth, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Waterfront Blues Festival continues, see 6/30.

Haines Stampede & Rodeo continues, see 7/3.

 

Wednesday, 7/5

Roseburg Graffiti Week, through 7/9, multiple classic car events & festivities, graffitiweekend.com. 

Klamath Freedom Days continues, see 7/4.

 

Thursday, 7/6
Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally, today through 7/10, hellscanyonrally.com, 541-519-2049.

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

Klamath Freedom Days continues, see 7/4.

Roseburg Graffiti Week continues, see 7/5.

 

Friday, 7/7

57th annual Rose Cup Races, today through 7/9, showcases seven classes of road racing, 7:30am to 4pm daily, Portland International Raceway, 1940 N. Victory Blvd., Portland, rosecup.com. $5-$50.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons, enjoy a free concert each Fri. night in July & August at the Tualatin Commons, 6:30-8:30pm, Tualatin Lake of the Commons, 8325 S.W. Nyberg St., Tualatin, tualatinoregon.gov/recreation/concerts-commons. FREE. 

Music on the Halfshell, ZZ Ward, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Sisters Rodeo, today through 7/11, Sisters Rodeo Grounds, 

Clear Creek Music Festival, today through 7/21, classical music festival with concerts by faculty & participating collegiate students, lessons & a choral program for local high school & adult music lovers, & a music camp for area children. World premiere of a cantata depicting the experience of the Oregon Trail journey including the community/festival chorus & the children’s chorus, clearcreekmusicfestival.org, Halfway. Admission by donation, fees for adult choral & children’s camp programs.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents What We Risk: Creativity, Vulnerability, & Art, by Jason Graham, Josephine Community Library, 200 NW C St., Grants Pass. FREE.

Klamath Freedom Days continues, see 7/4.

Roseburg Graffiti Week continues, see 7/5.

Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally continues, see 7/6.

 

Saturday, 7/8

Tualatin Movies on the Commons, enjoy a free outdoor movie each Sat. night in July & August, family friendly, starts around 9pm, at the Tualatin Commons, 6:30-8:30pm, Tualatin Lake of the Commons, 8325 S.W. Nyberg St., Tualatin, tualatinoregon.gov/recreation/concerts-commons. FREE. 

Oakridge Concerts in the Park, 80 Proof Ale & Bump in the Road, bring lawn chair or blanket, bring picnic or purchase from vendors. No alcohol. Beer garden for 21+, 2-8:20pm, oakridgeconcerts.webs.com, Greenwaters Park. 48362 Hwy. 58,Oakridge. FREE.

Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone, PG movie, Riverfront Park, Salem, movies begin at dusk in the park’s south end, bring blankets, low chairs, snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, volunteers needed at each showing, 503-589-2197. FREE.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk continues, see 6/10.

Klamath Freedom Days continues, see 7/4.

Roseburg Graffiti Week continues, see 7/5.

Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally continues, see 7/6.

57th annual Rose Cup Races continues, see 7/7.

 

Sunday, 7/9

Brookings Concerts in the Park, Abby Road Live (Beatles tribute), 1pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

The Groove Cabin, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Roseburg Graffiti Week continues, see 7/5.

Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally continues, see 7/6.

57th annual Rose Cup Races continues, see 7/7.

Clear Creek Music Festival continues, see 7/7.

 

Monday, 7/10

Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally continues, see 7/6.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 7/11

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Fish Tales: Traditions & Challenges of Seafood in Oregon, by Jennifer Burns Bright, 6pm, High Desert Museum, 59800 S. Hwy. 97, Bend. FREE.

Summer Sounds Concert in the Park, Tuesdays through 8/1, Harrisburg, ci.harrisburg.or.us.

 

Wednesday, 7/12

Music on the Green, 6-7:30pm, Sam Johnson Park, Redmond, 923-5191. FREE.

The Avalanches, Australian electropop, 8:30pm, Crystal Ballroom, Portland, mcmenamins.com. $26-$30.

 

Thursday, 7/13

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Power, Privilege, & Racial Diversity in Oregon, by Emily Drew, 3pm, Southeast Uplift, 3534 SE Main St., Portland. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Power, Privilege, & Racial Diversity in Oregon, by Emily Drew, 6pm, Vanport Square Studio, 5229 N.E. MLK Blvd., Ste 102, Portland. FREE.

Northwest String Summit, with YMSB, Greensky Bluegrass, Del McCoury Band, Elephant Revival, more, through 7/16, Horning’s Hideout, North Plains, stringsummit.com.

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

 

Friday, 7/14

Sutherlin Stampede Rodeo & Parade, parade 10am, rodeo 7pm, 541-459-3280, visitsutherlin.com.

Art Under the Stars, Gresham Arts Festival, 5-9pm, historic downtown at Main Ave. & Third St., Gresham, greshamoregon.gov.

Mountain Bike Oregon, today through 7/16, three full days of mountain biking in Oakridge, each day offers supported ride options for intermediate & advanced riders (not a beginner event), mtboregon.com. $30-$409.

Miners Jubilee Celebration, heritage & history of Baker County come to life with a parade, vendors in the park, food court, sidewalk sales, mining demonstrations & kids activities, bronc riding Fri. night, bull riding Sat. night, Baker City, today through 7/16, 523-5855, minersjubilee.com.

UB40 Legends Ali, Astro & Mickey, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

Northwest String Summit continues, see 7/13.

 

Saturday, 7/15

Portland Highland Games, family friendly event with Scottish Highland music, athletics, dancing, piping, drumming competitions, cultural activities, 8am-6pm, Mt. Hood Community College, 26000 S.E. Stark St., greshamoregon.gov.

Southern Oregon Kite Festival, today & tomorrow, kite fliers & kite makers, vendors, food, crafts, 10am-4pm, Brookings Harbor, Brookings, sokf.org. FREE.

Slightly Stoopid, 4:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $37.

Chalk of Fame Guinness World Record Event, help Gresham reclaim the honor for largest chalk art display, 503-618-2584. FREE.

Dirty Dash, wade through mud pits while grappling with pig-themed obstacles, kids events, Albany, thedirtydash.com. 

Relay for Life of the Silver Falls Area, walk to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s local funds, 12 to midnight, Middle School Track (old high school Schlador Street campus), 503-873-5615, relay.acsevents.org (then join a relay).

4 Peaks Music Festival, moe, Railroad Earth, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, more, today through 7/18, Bend, 4peaksmusic.com.

Kubo & the Two Strings, PG movie, Riverfront Park, Salem, movies begin at dusk in the park’s south end, bring blankets, low chairs, snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, volunteers needed at each showing, 503-589-2197. FREE.

The Temptations & the Four Tops, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Northwest String Summit continues, see 7/13.

Sutherlin Stampede Rodeo continues, see 7/14.

Miners Jubilee Celebration continues, see 7/14.

Mountain Bike Oregon continues, see 7/14.

 

Sunday, 7/16
Conversation Project Community Discussion presents Homeless in the Land of Plenty, by Ryan Stroud, 1pm, Hillsboro Public Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy., Hillsboro. FREE.

Streetlight Moon, Free Summer Sunday Concert, 2:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. FREE.

Aimee Mann, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $30-$60.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Clear Creek Music Festival continues, see 7/7.

Northwest String Summit continues, see 7/13.

Miners Jubilee Celebration continues, see 7/14.

4 Peaks Music Festival continues, see 7/15.

Mountain Bike Oregon continues, see 7/14.

 

Monday, 7/17

The Revolution, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville. Brittfest.org.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

4 Peaks Music Festival continues, see 7/15.

 

Tuesday, 7/18

Music on the Halfshell, Southern Avenue, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Summer Sounds Concert in the Park continues, see 7/11.

4 Peaks Music Festival continues, see 7/15.

 

Wednesday, 7/19

Michelle Branch, singer songwriter, Hawthorne Theater, Portland, hawthornetheater.com.

 

Thursday, 7/20

Conversation Project Community Discussion presents Where Are You From? Exploring What Makes Us Oregonians, by Kerani Mitchell, 6pm, Sisters Fire Station Community Hall, 301 S. Elm St., Sisters. FREE.

Jack Johnson, 6:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. Sold out.

The Avett Brothers, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

 

Friday, 7/21

Chainsaw Art Festival, chainsaw carvers at work, carving auctions, arts & crafts, food, today noon-6pm; 7/22 10am-6pm; 7/23 10am-3pm, McKenzie Track & Field, 51326 Blue River Dr. (Hwy 126 Milepost 40). $3.

Avett Brothers, 7pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $43.

Newberry Event Music & Art Festival, today through 7/23, Diamond Stone Lodge, 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine, newberryevent.com.

Umpqua Valley Arts Association celebrates 100th anniversary of the Roseburg Soldiers Hospital, UVAA’s annual summer barbecue will feature Roseburg’s Stephanie Newman performing “Music Through the Decades.” uvarts.com. FREE.

Matt Nathanson, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Clear Creek Music Festival continues, see 7/7.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

 

Saturday, 7/22

Oakridge Concerts in the Park, Broke Down Guitars & The Tracys, bring lawn chair or blanket, bring picnic or purchase from vendors. No alcohol. Beer garden for 21+, 2-8:20pm, oakridgeconcerts.webs.com, Greenwaters Park. 48362 Hwy. 58, Oakridge. FREE.

Portugal. The Man, Edgefieldamphitheater, 6pm, all ages, edgefieldconcerts.com. $35-$38.

Roseburg Beer Week, today through 7/29, multiple events & festivities, brewburg.com.

 Siskiyou Outback, 50 miles, 50K, 15K, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Barrel to Keg Relay, 70-mile relay, Philomath to Newport, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Newberry Event Music & Art Festival continues, see 7/21.

Chainsaw Art Festival continues, see 7/21.

 

Sunday, 7/23

Brookings Concerts in the Park, Big Sandy & The Fly-Rite Boys, 1pm, Azalea Park, Brookings, FREE.

Natalie Merchant, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $35-$200.

Offa Rex, Olivia Chaney & The Decemberists make their debut together, 9pm, all ages, Aladdin Theater, aladdin-theater.com. $30.

Diana Krall, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Chainsaw Art Festival continues, see 7/21.

Newberry Event Music & Art Festival continues, see 7/21.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

 

Monday, 7/24

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents The World to Come: How We Feel about the Future, by David Osborn, Hillsboro Public Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy., Hillsboro. FREE.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

 

Tuesday, 7/25

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Mind the Gaps: How Gender Shapes our Lives, by Jade Aguilar. 7pm, St. Johns Center for Opportunity, 8250 N. Lombard St., Portland. FREE.

Diana Krall, 7pm, Les Schwabamphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $52.75/$92.75.

Music on the Halfshell, Eugene Symphony, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Summer Sounds Concert in the Park continues, see 7/11.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

 

Wednesday, 7/26

Oregon Brewers Festival, starts with parade today 11:30am-12, continues with festival through 7/30, Parade: Siteworks Building, 240 S.E. 2nd Ave, Portland, oregonbrewfest.com. FREE. Festival: 12 to 9pm Wed-Sat; 12pm to 7pm Sun, Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Free admission, costs additional to drink.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

 

Thursday, 7/27

Hula-Palozza Putting Challenge, four-person scramble played on Running Y’s Executive Putting Course, it’s a small-scale golf course like miniature golf without the clown heads & windmills, register at 3pm, start at 4pm, klamath.org, $37.50 per person, $150 for a team of four.

Myrtle Creek Summer Festival, through 7/30, Millsite Park, 863-5233, myrtlecreekchamber.com.

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

Oregon Brewers Festival continues, see 7/26.

 

Friday, 7/28

Balloons Over Bend & Children’s Festival, today through 7/30. Children’s Festival takes place in Deschutes Historical Museum, 10am-4pm 7/29. Balloon launch 5:30am Fri., Sat., & Sun. at RE Jewel Elementary, Bend. balloonsoverbend.com. Night glow & launches FREE.

NorthWest World Reggae Festival, Mista Chief & Rising Buffalo Tribe & many more, today through 7/30, nwwrf.com.  

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live, ​8pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, portland5.com.

Britt Orchestra Season Opening Night, West Coast Composers Celebration with Joshua Roman, cello, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

Oregon Brewers Festival continues, see 7/26.

Myrtle Creek Summer Festival continues, see 7/28.

 

Saturday, 7/29

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Homeless in the Land of Plenty, by Ryan Stroud, 2pm, Tigard Public Library, 13500 S.W. Hall Blvd., Tigard. FREE.

2017 Salmon Bake, 7:30-11:30pm, in the Oak Grove at Linfield College, McMinnville, 21+ only, International Pinot Noir Association, ipnc.org. $225.

Huckleberry Festival, car show, vendors, games, food, music in the park, downtown North Powder.

Freedom Run 5K, Roseburg, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Flutestock in Elkton, honor the Nativeamerican flute & its music during a family friendly, open mic weekend, craft & food vendors, flute playing workshops & two small concerts featuring seven local artists, today & tomorrow, 541-914-9311. FREE.

The Sandlot, PG movie, Riverfront Park, Salem, movies begin at dusk in the park’s south end, bring blankets, low chairs, snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, volunteers needed at each showing, 503-589-2197. FREE.

Britt Orchestra, Voyage of Discovery with Noah Bendix-Balgley, violin, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Roseburg Beer Week continues, see 7/22.

Oregon Brewers Festival continues, see 7/26

Myrtle Creek Summer Festival continues, see 7/28.

Northwest World Reggae Festival continues, see 7/28. 

Balloons Over Bend & Children’s Festival continues, see 7/28.

 

Sunday, 7/30

Passport to Pinot tasting showcases pinot noir from 70+ wineries worldwide & 15 Northwest chefs, 2-6pm, in the Oak Grove at Linfield College, McMinnville, 21+ only, International Pinot Noir Association, ipnc.org. $125.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Oregon Brewers Festival continues, see 7/26.

Myrtle Creek Summer Festival continues, see 7/28.

Northwest World Reggae Festival continues, see 7/28. 

Balloons Over Bend & Children’s Festival continues, see 7/28.

Flutestock in Elkton continues, see 7/29.

 

August

 

Tuesday, 8/1

Echo & the Bunnymen & Violent Femmes, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 6:30pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $45-$105.

Music on the Halfshell, New Breed Brass Band, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Summer Sounds Concert in the Park continues, see 7/11.

 

Wednesday, 8/2

Blackberry Smoke, 8pm, Roseland Theater, Portland, 21+, cascadetickets.com.

Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo, today through 8/6, Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 S.W. Airport Way, Redmond, expo.deschutes.org/fair, 548-2711. 13+ $12/day; 6-12 $7/day, 5 & under free. Sr. 62 & up $7/day.

 

Thursday, 8/3

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

 

Friday, 8/4

AFI, Edgefield Amphitheater, 6pm, all ages, edgefieldconcerts.com. $36.

Steve Miller with Peter Frampton, 6pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $65-$139.

Tualatin Crawfish Festival, concerts, food, fun activities, held Fri. at the Tualatin Commons, 8325 S.W. Nyberg St. & Sat. at Tualatin Community Park, 8515 S.W. Tualatin Road, tualatinoregon.gov.

Oregon Jamboree, country music festival, today through 8/6, Sweet Home, oregonjamboree.com.

Britt Orchestra, Symphonic Exploration with Jeffrey Kahane, piano, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Cascades Lake Relay, 216 miles, 132-mile relay, Diamond Lake, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Summer Sounds Outdoor Movie, Harrisburg, ci.harrisburg.or.us.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

 

Saturday, 8/5

Anthony Lakes Mountain Bike Festival, guided rides for all abilities & a kids park, BBQ, live tunes, local beverages, 11am-3pm, North Powder, anthonylakes.com.

Newport’s Amazing Race, mental & physical challenges for two-person teams, 541-265-8801, newportchamber.org.

Oakridge Concerts in the Park, Just Us Festival with The Edge, Messenger, Stoute, Flasher, TBD, today & tomorrow, bring lawn chair or blanket, bring picnic or purchase from vendors. No alcohol. Beer garden for 21+, 2-8:20pm, oakridgeconcerts.webs.com, Greenwaters Park. 48362 Hwy. 58,Oakridge. FREE.

Zootopia, PG movie, Riverfront Park, Salem, movies begin at dusk in the park’s south end, bring blankets, low chairs, snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, volunteers needed at each showing, 503-589-2197. FREE.

Britt Orchestra, Eastern Inspiration with Tamara Mumford, mezzo soprano & Richard Cox, tenor, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Cascades Lake Relay, 216 miles, 132-mile relay, Bend, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Crawfish Crawl, 13.1 mile, 5K, relay, Tualatin, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

Oregon Jamboree continues, see 8/4.

Tualatin Crawfish Festival continues, see 8/4.

 

Sunday, 8/6

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents The Space Between Us: Immigrants, Refugees, & Oregon, by Manuel Padilla, Hillsboro Public Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy., Hillsboro. FREE.

Britt Orchestra, Pops Night - Magic of the Movies (Pops Goes John Williams), Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo continues, see 8/2.

Oregon Jamboree continues, see 8/4.

Oakridge Concerts in the Park, Just Us Festival continues, see 8/5.

 

Monday, 8/7

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

 

Tuesday, 8/8

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents The Space Between Us: Immigrants, Refugees, & Oregon, by Manuel Padilla, 7pm, St. Helens Public Library, 375 S. 18th St., ste. A, Saint Helens. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents You’re In or You’re Out, by Lori Eberly, 7pm, St. Johns Center for Opportunity, 8250 N. Lombard St., Portland. FREE.

Music on the Halfshell, California Guitar Trio & Montreal Guitar Trio, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Rodrigo y Gabriela, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Wednesday, 8/9

Douglas County Fair, today through 9/12, Douglas County Fairgrounds, 11am-11pm, 957-7010, douglasfairgrounds.com.

Baker County Fair, Baker County Fairgrounds, family friendly event celebrating the agriculture, volunteer groups & businesses of Baker County, children’s events, 4-H, FFA & open class home arts, free entertainment, vendors. Baker City, 532-7881.

 

Thursday, 8/10

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents What We Risk: Creativity, Vulnerability, & Art, by Jason Graham, 6pm, Vanport Square Studio, 5229 N.E. MLK Blvd., ste. 102, Portland. FREE.

Royal Blood, Roseland Theater, 8pm, cascadetickets.com.

Bend Brewfest, three days of craft beer bliss, today through 8/12, Les Schwab Amphitheater, bendconcerts.com. Free to enter, $20 tasting package.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Stone Soup: How Recipes Can Preserve History & Nourish Community, by Jennifer Roberts, Portland Children’s Museum, 4015 S.W. Canyon Rd., Portland. FREE.

Twilight 5K, Bend, eclecticedgeracing.com

Ashland Concerts in the Park continues, see 6/15.

Douglas County Fair continues, see 8/9.

Baker County Fair continues, see 8/9.

 

Friday, 8/11

Pirates of the Pacific Festival, a pirate adventure with music, merchants, sword play, cannon fire, food & piratical fun & mayhem. 8/12, 12-9pm, 8/13, 10am-9pm, 8/14, 10am-5pm, Port of Brookings-Harbor. piratesofthepacificfestival.net. FREE.

Beloved Festival of Sacred Music, Art & Yoga, today through 8/14, Tidewater, global music & cutting edge technology, belovedfestival.com.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

Summer Sounds Outdoor Movie continues, see 8/4.

Douglas County Fair continues, see 8/9.

Baker County Fair continues, see 8/9.

Bend Brewfest continues, see 8/10.

 

Saturday, 8/12

Heart of the Basin Quilt Show, today & tomorrow, 10am-3pm, Sacred Heart Gym & Parish Hall, 815 High St., Klamath Falls, klamath.org. $5.

Blind Pilot, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $30-$90.

Rockin’ Around the Block Car Show, classic cars & hot rods competing in several different classes, live music, food vendors, kids’ activities, door prize drawings, awards, 8am-5pm, 503-927-2030, Gresham, greshamoregon.gov.

Britt Orchestra, Expeditions of Reflection with Measha Brueggergosman, soprano, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

High Street Hustle, 8K, 5K, Salem, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk continues, see 6/10.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Summer Sounds Outdoor Movie continues, see 8/4.

Douglas County Fair continues, see 8/9.

Bend Brewfest continues, see 8/10.

Pirates of the Pacific Festival continues, see 8/11.

Beloved Festival continues, see 8/11.

 

Sunday, 8/13

Britt Orchestra Season Closing Night, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Medicinal & Edible Plant Walk continues, see 6/11.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Pirates of the Pacific Festival continues, see 8/11.

Beloved Festival continues, see 8/11.

Heart of the Basin Quilt Show continues, see 8/12.

 

Monday, 8/14

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Pirates of the Pacific Festival continues, see 8/11.

 

Tuesday, 8/15

Music on the Halfshell, Marchfourth Marching Band, 7pm, Roseburg, halfshell.org. FREE.

Blind Pilot, Gregory Alan Isakov, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Wednesday, 8/16

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Stone Soup: How Recipes Can Preserve History & Nourish Community, by Jennifer Roberts, 7pm, Broadway Rose Theatre Company, 12850 S.W. Grant Ave., Tigard. FREE.

 

Thursday, 8/17

Oregon Solarfest, today through 8/22, Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Madras, 475-7601, oregonsolarfest.com. Cost varies. 

We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival, animation & comedic short films by seasoned & emerging independent filmmakers, Eltrym Theater, 1809 First St., Baker City, 324-1689, welikeemshort.com.

Rick Springfield, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

South Elgin Riverfest, today through 8/20, Panton Mill Park, 10 N. Water St., Elgin, nightly entertainment, carnival, food, beverages, craft/business expo Sat & Sun., fireworks Sat. at 9:30pm, car show Sun. riverfest.net, 847-774-1151. FREE.

Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, today through 8/20, Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band, Thomas Rhett & more. Brownsville. willamettecountrymusicfestival.com.

 

Friday, 8/18

Sunriver Music Festival Pops Concert, 7:30pm, Church of the Nazarene, 1270 N.E. 27th St., Bend, 593-9310, sunriver.org. $10-$50.

Huntington Pioneer Days, a celebration of the pioneer & Native American heritage that shaped this corner of North East Oregon including Native American dancers, pioneer living history performers, live music, children’s activities, community BBQ, more, today through 8/21, downtown Huntington, 216-3465.

Sutherlin Blackberry Festival, today through 8/20, Central Park in Sutherlin, 459-3280, blackberry-festival.com.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7

Summer Sounds Outdoor Movie continues, see 8/4.

Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival continues, see 8/17.

We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival continues, see 8/17.

Oregon Solarfest continues, see 8/17.

 

Saturday, 8/19

Celtic Highland Games, Riverbend Park, Roseburg, today & tomorrow, 9am-5pm, dcscots.org. 

The Decemberists, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival continues, see 8/17.

We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival continues, see 8/17.

Oregon Solarfest continues, see 8/17.

Sutherlin Blackberry Festival continues, see 8/18.

Huntington Pioneer Days continues, see 8/18.

 

Sunday, 8/20

Music in the Meadow, music, kids games, family activities, 11am-3pm, Gates open at 11am Sunday with children’s games & activities, musicinthemeadow.wordpress.com, Sumpter, $5 per person, 7 & under free. 

Brookings Concerts in the Park, The Jones Gang (Americana), 1pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival continues, see 8/17.

Oregon Solarfest continues, see 8/17.

We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival continues, see 8/17.

Huntington Pioneer Days continues, see 8/18.

Sutherlin Blackberry Festival continues, see 8/18.

Celtic Highland Games continues, see 8/19.

Sisters Wild West Show continues, see 8/19.

 

Monday, 8/21

Oregon State University Eclipse Party, educational events, movies, music, art, viewing party, today through 8/23, lodging & dining in OSU residence halls, oregonstate.edu/eclipse. $265-$1275.

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Oregon Solarfest continues, see 8/17.

 

Tuesday, 8/22

Huey Lewis & The News, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville. Brittfest.org.

Oregon Solarfest continues, see 8/17.

Oregon State University Eclipse Party continues, see 8/21.

 

Wednesday, 8/23

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Fish Tales: Traditions & Challenges of Seafood in Oregon, by Jennifer Burns Bright, 7pm, Hood River County History Museum, 300 E. Port Marina Dr., Hood River. FREE.

Oregon State University Eclipse Party continues, see 8/21.

 

Thursday, 8/24
Festa Italiana, Italianamerican festival, today through 8/276 11am-11pm, Pioneer Courthouse Square, 701 S.W. 6th Ave., Portland, festa-italiana.org. FREE.

Conversation Project Community Discussions presents Fish Tales: Traditions and Challenges of Seafood in Oregon, by Jennifer Burns Bright, 6pm, NeighborWorks Umpqua, 605 S.E. Kane St., Roseburg. FREE.

Lake Street Drive, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Friday, 8/25

Airshow of the Cascades, free admission to Erickson Aircraft Collection, vintage aircraft on display, Warbirds in the air, Les Schwab Car Show, glider & helicopter rides, fireworks, food, music, more, today & tomorrow, Madras Airport, 2028 NW Berg Dr., Madras, 475-0155, cascadeairshow.com.

Chris Brown Memorial Freedom Ride (formerly the Crater Lake Freedom Poker Run), today & tomorrow, Steen Sports Park & the VFW, downtown Klamath Falls, klamath.org.

Hood to Coast Relay, 200 miles, Mt. Hood to Seaside, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Los Tigres del Norte, Norteno Grammy winners, 8pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, portland5.com. 

National Parks Free Entrance Day, National Park Service birthday, nps.gov/findapark/feefreeparks.htm.Oregon State Fair, today through 9/4, Salem, oregonstatefair.org.

Tualatin Concerts on the Commons continues, see 7/7.

Summer Sounds Outdoor Movie continues, see 8/4.

Festa Italiana continues, see 8/24.

 

Saturday, 8/26

NASCAR K&N Pro Series Race, Douglas County Speedway, 8am-11pm, 916-676-0010 ext. 1103, bmrnapa.com.

Star Wars: Rogue One, PG movie, Riverfront Park, Salem, movies begin at dusk in the park’s south end, bring blankets, low chairs, snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, volunteers needed at each showing, 503-589-2197. FREE.

Project Pabst Portland featuring Iggy Pop, Beck, Nas & more, 21 plus, Tom McCall Waterfront Park, portland.projectpabst.com, $55-$99. 

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Tualatin Movies on the Commons continues, see 7/8.

Festa Italiana continues, see 8/24.

Airshow of the Cascades continues, see 8/25.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Sunday, 8/27

Brookings Concerts in the Park, The Brad Wilson Band (blues), 1pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Powder River Music Review continues, see 6/18.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

Project Pabst Portland continues, see 8/26.

 

Monday, 8/28

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Tuesday, 8/29

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Wednesday, 8/30

Collective Soul, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

September

 

Friday, 9/1

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Saturday, 9/2 

Fort Umpqua Days, today & tomorrow, Elkton Community Education Center, 10am-5pm, Bass Tournament 6am, 584-2692, elktonbutterflies.com. 

Oregon Trail Wagon Encampment, living history reenactment of a wagon encampment at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, meet pioneers & mountain men, watch demonstrations, today & tomorrow, Baker City, 523-1843.

Hardesty Hardcore Trail Runs, 14 miles/5.5 miles, Hardesty Trailhead, Oakridge area, eclecticedgeracing.com.

Daughtry, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Sunday, 9/3

Conor Oberst & M. Ward, Oregon Zoo, Portland, 7pm, all ages, zooconcerts.com. $30-$90.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

Oregon Trail Wagon Encampment continues, see 9/2.

Fort Umpqua Days continues, see 9/3.

 

Monday, 9/4

Casks for a Cause continues, see 6/5.

Oregon State Fair continues, see 8/25.

 

Wednesday, 9/6

Michael Franti & Spearhead, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Thursday 9/7

Ron White, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Friday, 9/8

Pine Fest Music Festival, eclectic mix of music, 4-10pm 9/8 & 2-10pm 9/9, Halfway, 742-6420.

Michael Franti and Spearhead, 6:30pm, Les Schwabamphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $43.

Sisters Folk Festival, today through 9/10, Sisters, sistersfolkfestival.org, 549-4979. $50-$150.

Stephen Stills & Judy Collins, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Saturday, 9/9

Walterville Fair & Waddle, 8am Waddle 5K run/walk, 11am parade, 11:30am BBQ chicken dinner (until gone), ends at 3pm, Walterville Community Center, 39259 Camp Creek Rd. (Hwy. 126E, MP 12.5). FREE.

The Blast Color Run, 10K, 5K, Roseburg, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Gold Beach Brew & Art Fest, craft brews on tap, live music, classic car show, food, artisan craft vendors, wineries, art show & sale, Event Center On The Beach, 29392 Ellensburg Ave., Gold Beach, goldbeachbrewfest.org. $10 advance, $15 at door, adult admission includes festival logo glass & 2 tokens for craft brew samples.

North Umpqua Fly Tying Festival, Glide Community Center, 8am-4pm, 496-0770, umpquavalleyflyfishers.org.

Race to the Bar, 10K, 5K, Hammond, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Vineyard Tour Bike Ride, rural roads along the Umpqua River, five routes ranging from 15-100 miles, registration 7-9am, thevineyardtour.com. 

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk continues, see 6/10.

Sisters Folk Festival continues, see 9/8.

Pine Fest Music Festival continues, see 9/8.

 

Sunday, 9/10

The Bloody Mary Fest, 1-4pm, The North Warehouse, 723 N. Tillamook St., Portland, facebook.com/BloodyLiberationParty.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Sisters Folk Festival continues, see 9/8.

 

Tuesday, 9/12

John Butler Trio, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Wednesday, 9/13

Umpqua Plein Air, today through 9/16, Umpqua Valley Arts Center, Fir Grove Park, 672-2532, uvarts.com.

 

Thursday, 9/14

Pepper, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Umpqua Plein Air continues, see 9/13.

 

Friday, 9/15

Winston-Dillard Melon Festival, today through 9/17, Riverbend Park, Winston, Fri. 1-9pm, Sat. 11am-9pm (parade at 11am), Sun. 11am-4pm, 679-9466.

Jason Isbell, Frank Turner, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Umpqua Plein Air continues, see 9/13.

 

Saturday, 9/16

Fleet Foxes, Edgefield Amphitheater, 6pm, all ages, edgefieldconcerts.com. $44-$46.

Prefontaine Memorial Run, 10K, 2 miles, high school 5K, Coos Bay, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Goo Goo Dolls, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Winston-Dillard Melon Festival continues, see 9/15.

 

Sunday, 9/17

Rogue Run, marathon, half marathon, 10K, Medford, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Winston-Dillard Melon Festival continues, see 9/15.

 

Wednesday 9/20

George Thorogood & the Destroyers, Britt Pavilion, 350 1st St., Jacksonville, brittfest.org.

 

Friday 9/22

McKenzie Frenzy, mountain bike & fly fishing demos, bike shuttles, river rafting, vendor booths, food, & live music, today through 9/24, 9am-8pm, Sun. 9am-4pm, Tokatee Golf Club, 54547 McKenzie Hwy., (Milepost 47.5) Rainbow. FREE.

Dahlia Show, today & tomorrow, Douglas County Fairgrounds, Sat .12-4pm, Sun. 10am-3pm, 672-7352.

Modest Mouse, 6:30pm, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, bendconcerts.com. $42.50.

 

Saturday 9/23

Lil Yachty, rap, Roseland Theater, Portland, roselandpdx.com.

Mad Hatter Dash 5K, Salem, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Woodburn Triathlon, Woodburn, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

 

Sunday, 9/24

Brookings Concerts in the Park, Catch A Wave (Beach Boys Tribute), 1pm, Azalea Park, Brookings. FREE.

Corvallis Fall Festival Run, 10K, 5K, Corvallis, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Florence Half Marathon, Florence, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Pints to Pasta, half marathon, 10K, Hood River, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Portland Saturday Market continues, see 6/3.

Dahlia Show continues, see 9/23.

 

Friday, 9/29

Free Day at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, 9am-6pm, Baker City, trailtenders.org. FREE.

Janet Jackson, 8pm, Moda Center, Portland, themodacenter.com.

 

Saturday, 9/30

Dark Tranquility, 6pm, Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, cascadetickets.com.

Bridgeway Run for Recovery, 5K, Salem, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

 

 

 

Far-off lands

Selected Washington & California events

 

June

 

Saturday, 6/3

Hood to Coast Washington, Olympia, WA, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

 

Saturday, 6/10

Future, 7pm, White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA.

 

Sunday 6/11

Run Like a Girl 10K, 5K, Vancouver, WA, eclectidedgeracing.com. 

 

Friday, 6/16

Washington Brewers Festival, all-age beer festival w/food, live music, kid’s area, craft booths & more, today through 6/18, 4-9:30pm today, 11am-9pm 6/17 & 11:30am-5:30pm 6/18, Fri. is 21+ only, Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA, washingtonbeer.com. $25-$35, under 21 FREE.

Vans Warped Tour, CenturyLink Field North Plaza, Seattle, WA, centurylinkfield.com.

 

Saturday, 6/17

Tool, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA, all ages, 8pm, georgeamphitheatre.com.

Washington Brewers Festival continues, see 6/16.

 

Sunday, 6/18

Washington Brewers Festival continues, see 6/16.

 

Wednesday, 6/21

Styx, REO Speedwagon, 7pm, White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA.

 

Thursday, 6/22

Kate Wolf Music Festival with John Prine, Blind Pilot, Ferron, Brandi Carlile & more, today through 6/25, Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville, CA, katewolfmusicfestival.com. 

 

Friday, 6/23

Paradiso Festival, today & tomorrow, where digital meets nature, The Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA.

Kate Wolf Music Festival continues, see 6/22. 

 

Saturday, 6/24

San Francisco Pride Parade & March, 10:30am, Market & Beale, San Francisco, sfpride.org/parade. FREE.

Pain In The Grass with Korn, White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA, whiteriveramphitheater.org.

Kate Wolf Music Festival continues, see 6/22. 

Paradiso Festival continues, see 6/23.

 

Sunday, 6/25

Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series, Santana, Maryhill Winery, Goldendale, WA, maryhillwinery.com. Sold out.

Kate Wolf Music Festival continues, see 6/22. 

San Francisco Pride continues, see 6/24.

 

Thursday, 6/29

High Sierra Music Festival, Trey Anastasio Band, Ween, STS9, Gov’t Mule, more, today through 7/2, Quincy, CA, highsierramusic.com.

 

July

 

Saturday, 7/1

Queen and Adam Lambert, KeyArena, Seattle, WA, keyarena.com.

High Sierra Music Festival continues, see 6/29.

 

Sunday, 7/2

High Sierra Music Festival continues, see 6/29.

 

Monday, 7/3

Fourth of July in Seattle, live music, games, food, fireworks & more, noon-11 pm, Gas Works Park, Seattle, seafair.com. FREE & paid options.

 

Saturday, 7/8

Monterey Beer Festival, including a beer pong tournament, 12:30-5pm, 2004 Fairground Rd., Monterey, CA, montereybeerfestival.com. 

 

Sunday, 7/9

Seattle International Beerfest, 3-day beer festival specializing in rare, hard-to-find beers, Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion, Seattle, seattlebeerfest.com. 

 

Saturday 7/15

Train, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA, all ages, 7pm, georgeamphitheatre.com.

 

Sunday, July 16

Southern Oregon Kite Festival continues, see 7/15.

 

Monday, 7/17

Girl Circus camp, 9am-noon, Lopez Island Community Center, Lopez Island, WA, today through 7/21, girlcircus.com.

 

Friday, 7/21

Capitol Hill Block Party, 3-day music & arts festival, taking over six city blocks for 3 days, food, live music with Wolf Parade, Phantoms, Diplo & more, today through 7/24, Between Broadway & 12th Ave. & E. Pine St & E. Union St, Capitol Hill, Seattle. capitolhillblockparty.com. 

 

Saturday, 7/22

Capitol Hill Block Party continues, see 7/21.

 

Sunday, 7/23

Capitol Hill Block Party continues, see 7/21.

 

Friday, 7/28

Watershed Festival, massive country music festival, today through 7/30, Gorge Amphitheater, George, WA, watershedfest.com.

 

Saturday, 7/29

TrackTown Summer Series, Stanford University, San Francisco, gotracktownusa.com.

 

Watershed Festival continues, see 7/28.

 

Sunday, 7/30

Watershed Festival continues, see 7/28.

 

Monday 7/31

Girl Circus camp, 9am-noon, Olympia, WA, today through 8/4, girlcircus.com. 

 

August

 

Thursday, 8/3

Element Music Festival, String Cheese Incident, Garaj Mahal, Steve Kimock, more, today through 8/6, Princeton, British Columbia, Canada, elementfestival.info.

Reggae on the River, Judy Mowatt, J Boog, Junior Kelly & more, today through 8/6, French’s Camp, near Garberville, CA, reggaeontheriver.com. 

 

Friday, 8/4

Element Music Festival continues, see 8/3.

Reggae on the River continues, see 8/3.

 

Saturday, 8/5

Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton, White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA, whiteriveramphitheater.org.

Element Music Festival continues, see 8/3.

Reggae on the River continues, see 8/3.

 

Sunday, 8/6

Element Music Festival continues, see 8/3.

 

Thursday, 8/10

Summer Meltdown, String Cheese Incident, Nahko & Medicine For the People, The Floozies & more, today through 8/13, Whitehorse Mountain Amphitheater, Darrington, WA. summermeltdownfest.com. 

 

Friday, 8/11

Epic Cache-Teton Relay, 205M relay, Logan, Utah to Jackson Hole, Wyo., eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Summer Meltdown continues, see 8/10.

 

Saturday, 8/12

Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series, Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald, 7pm, Maryhill Winery, Goldendale, WA, maryhillwinery.com. $46-$325.

 

Sunday, 8/13

Summer Meltdown continues, see 8/10.

 

Wednesday, 8/16

Oregon Eclipse Festival - A Total Solar Eclipse Gathering, Bassnectar, String Cheese Incident, Beats Antique, Emancipator, more, today through 8/23, Big Summit Prairie in the Ochoco Nation Forest, oregoneclipse2017.com.

 

Thursday, 8/17

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Friday, 8/18

Spokane to Sandpoint Relay, 200 mile relay from Spokane, WA to Sandpoint, ID, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Saturday, 8/19

Incubus, Jimmy Eat World, White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA, 6:45pm.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers with The Lumineers, Safeco Field, Seattle, WA.

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Sunday, 8/20

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Monday, 8/21

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Tuesday, 8/22

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Wednesday, 8/23

Oregon Eclipse Festival continues, see 8/16.

 

Saturday, 8/26

Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series, ZZ Top and The Doobie Brothers, 7pm, Maryhill Winery, Goldendale, WA, maryhillwinery.com. $76-$400.

Kings Of Leon with Nathaniel Rateliff, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA, georgeamphitheatre.com.

 

September

 

Friday, 9/1

Bumbershoot, today through 9/3, Lorde, Solange, Flo Rida & more, bumbershoot.com. 

Washington State Fair, today through 9/24 closed Tuesdays & 9/6, performances: Nickelback 9/1, Lady Antebellum 9/2, Steven Tyler 9/3, Melissa Etheridge 9/11, Beach Boys 9/14, Hank Williams Jr. 9/16, Thomas Rhett 9/20, Earth Wind & Fire 9/22, Marlon Wayans 9/23, Jason Aldean 9/24 & more. Washington State Fair Events Center, Puyallup, WA. thefair.com.

 

Saturday, 9/2

Bumbershoot continues, see 9/1. 

Lady Antebellum at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.

 

Sunday, 9/3

Bumbershoot continues, see 9/1.

Steven Tyler at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.

 

Saturday, 9/9

Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series, Steve Winwood, 7pm, Maryhill Winery, Goldendale, WA, maryhillwinery.com. $46-$86.

Skagit Symphony Park to Peak Run, 17K, 7K, Mt. Vernon, WA, eclecticedgeracing.com. Cost varies.

 

Monday, 9/11

Melissa Etheridge at Washington State Fair, see 9/1. 

 

Thursday 9/14

Beach Boys at Washington State Fair, see 9/1. 

 

Saturday, 9/16

Chris Rock, today and tomorrow, Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, stgpresents.org.

Hank Williams Jr. at Washington State Fair, see 9/1. 

 

Sunday, 9/17

Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series, Goo Goo Dolls, 7pm, Maryhill Winery, Goldendale, WA, maryhillwinery.com. $50-$3,000.

 

Wednesday, 9/20

Thomas Rhett at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.

 

Friday, 9/22

Earth Wind & Fire at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.

 

Saturday, 9/23

Marlon Wayans at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.

 

Sunday, 9/24

Jason Aldean at Washington State Fair, see 9/1.