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Calendar of Events...........................................2-5 Adventures & Activities....................................6-9 Art & Artifacts...............................................10-11 Wine Tours....................................................12-15 Grants Pass and Vicinity...............................16-17 Medford and Vicinity....................................18-19 Jacksonville..................................................20-21 Ashland.........................................................22-23 COVER PHOTOGRAPHS Rogue River near Merlin: © Bob Pool / shutterstock.com. Wagon wheel near Jacksonville: © cascoly2 / 123rf.com. Vineyard landscape courtesy Belle Fiore Estate Winery. ‘Big Cat Yard’ at Wildlife Images: Jim Kinghorn.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS RECURRING Glass Blowing Tour

Weekly, Monday – Friday, The Glass Forge, Grants Pass. See live demonstrations in the glass studio. Free. glassforge.com

First Friday Art Walk

Monthly, various locations in Ashland. Tour galleries after hours, throughout town. Free. ashlandgalleries.com

First Friday Live

Monthly, February – December, Downtown Grants Pass. Enjoy art, dining, music and more. Free. travelgrantspass.com

Third Fridays

Monthly, Downtown Medford. Celebrating art, culture and dining with new experiences every month. downtownmedford.org

Music at the Museum

Select Thursdays (monthly), Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass. Live music in the gallery. gpmuseum.com

Kids Day

Second Saturday (monthly), Crater Rock Museum, Central Point. Free for 17 and under. Gem stone panning, rockhounding, and more. craterrock.com

Hosted Dinners

Monthly, throughout the region. A unique, curated dining experience from Harry & David at local restaurants and wineries. Reservations required. harryanddavid.com

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Rogue Valley Growers Market

• Tuesdays, early March – late November, National Guard Armory, Ashland. • Thursdays, early March – late November, Hawthorne Park, Medford. • Saturdays, early May – late October, Downtown Ashland. • Tuedsays, early December – late February, Phoenix Plaza Civic Center, Phoenix. Healthy produce, artisanal foods, and hand-crafted works. (Working service animals only). rvgrowersmarket.com

Grants Pass Grower’s Market

Saturdays • Summer: mid-March – November, Downtown Grants Pass. • Winter: late November – mid-March, Josephine County Fairgrounds. Produce, baked goods, woodworks, and more. (Working service animals only). Facebook: Grants Pass Growers Market.

Lithia Artisans Market

Weekends, March – October, Downtown Ashland. Outdoor market of artisans’ hand-crafted creations. lithiaartisansmarket.com

Murphy’s Outdoor Market

Fridays, April – Sept., 6890 Williams Hwy., Applegate Valley. High quality food and handcrafted goods. murphysoutdoormarket.com

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

April – October, OSF campus, Ashland. Worldfamous performances of the Shakespearean canon as well as other theatrical productions, both new and classic. osfashland.org

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The Elizabethan Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Cave Junction Farmers’ Market

Fridays, April – early Oct. Cave Junction. Serving the Illinois Valley region with farm goods and artisan crafts. Facebook: Cave Junction Farmers’ Market.

1932 Living History

Weekends, February – May, Beekman House Museum, Jacksonville. Meet the Beekman Family in this living history experience. Reservations required. Recommended for ten and up. historicjacksonville.org

Haunted History

Second Fridays, May – September + special dates in October, Jacksonville. Guided evening tours retelling creepy stories of the past. Reservations required. historicjacksonville.org

History Saturdays in the Cemetery

Second Saturday, May – September, Jacksonville Historic Cemetery, Jacksonville. 90-minute guided tour of the site, first plotted in 1859. Donations suggested. friendsjvillecemetery.org

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BearFest

Memorial Day – Labor Day, throughout Grants Pass. See amusing and creative full-size fiberglass bear sculptures around town. Free. evergreenfederal.bank/bearfest

Jville Market

Sundays, June – October, Downtown Jacksonville. Produce, treats, meats, and more in front of the historic county courthouse. jville.market

Behind the Counter

Saturdays - Sundays, Memorial Day – Labor Day, Beekman Bank, Jacksonville. Guided tours of the historic site. Reservations required. historicjacksonville.org

Britt Music & Arts Festival

June – September, Britt Pavilion, Jacksonville. A premier music festival. 2022 season features ZZ Top, Sarah McLachlan, Norah Jones, Jason Mraz & Raining Jane, Old Crow Medicine Show, Gipsy Kings, Bonnie Raitt and many more. The space also hosts Britt Festival Orchestra performances directed and conducted by Teddy Abrams. brittfest.org

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Wednesdays - Saturdays, early June – late September, OSF campus, Ashland. Music and entertainment in between the theatre venues. Free. osfashland.org

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Uncorked Barrel Tour

May 21, Applegate Wine Trail wineries. Visit 18 wineries in a self-guided tour. applegatewinetrail.com

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Concerts in the Park – Grants Pass

May 21-25, Riverside Park, Grants Pass. Memorial Day weekend festivities featuring a carnival, parade, boat races, brewfest, games, food, fireworks and more. boatnik.com

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Ashland World Music Festival

Tuesdays, June – July, Riverside Park, Grants Pass. Free. grantspasschamber.org Thursdays, mid-June – mid-August, Lithia Park, Ashland. Free concerts in the historic Butler Bandshell. ashlandband.org

Summer Concert Series – Medford

• Thursdays, late June – July, Bear Creek Park, Medford. • Thursdays, August, Pear Blossom Park, Medford. Both sessions free.

MAY Central Point Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo & PRCA Xtreme Bulls

May 12-14, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association competition with bull riding, saddle-bronc riding plus music and dancing at night. Xtreme Bulls: May 12. Pro Rodeo: May 13-14. attheexpo.com/ rodeo

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May 27-30, various locations in Ashland. Live performances from regional and national musicians in Lithia Park, with food, workshops, a self-guided “SoundWalk” and intimate storytelling. Free. rogueworldmusic.org

JUNE Father’s Day BBQ

June 11, Wildlife Images, Merlin. Animal encounters, Papa Terrall’s barbecue, mechanical bull rides and more. wildlifeimages.org

Medford Cruise

June 17-18, Downtown Medford. Car show with show’n’shine, cruise, fun run, concert and more. medfordcruise.org

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Porchfest

June 18, Grants Pass. 125 musicians perform on neighborhood porches, plus arts and food. Free. porchfestgrantspass.org

Mt. Ashland HillClimb

• BoomFest Jackson County Expo, Central Point. attheexpo.com/boomfest

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Celebration & Avenue of the Flags Eagle Point. eaglepointchamber.org

June 18, Mt. Ashland. A half-marathon vertical mile race – one of the the United States’ continuous hill climbs with the most elevation gain. ashlanduphillraces.com

• Fourth of July Celebration

Ashland Open Studio Tour

Jackson County Fair

TBA, Ashland and vicinity. Free, self-guided tour through the art studios of Ashland and nearby Talent and Phoenix. ashlandgalleries.com

Antique Tractor Show & Pull June 18-19, Pottsville Historical Museum, Merlin. Tractor pull, “parade of power,” kids activities and flea market. pottsvilleoregon.com

Southern Oregon Lavender Festival

June 24-26 & July 15-17 Applegate Valley. Experience blooming fields at six farms and gardens, some feature lavender workshops and music. southernoregon lavendertrail.com

Rogue River National Rooster Crow Festival

Late June, City of Rogue River. A tradition since 1953, features both real rooster crowing and a human crowing contest, live music, and parade. rogueriverchamber.com

JULY July 4 Activities • 4th of July Celebration Reinhart Volunteer Park, Grants Pass. travelgrantspass.com

• Freedom Festival

Pfaff Park, Central Point. centralpointchamber.org

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Lithia Park, Ashland. ashlandchamber.com

July 13-17, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. Established in 1859, the fair offers 4H and FFA events, ranch rodeo, musical festival, carnival, and games. attheexpo.com/fair

Rogue Valley Farm Tour

July 17. An opportunity to meet Jackson and Josephine County farmers on their land, and sample their artisanal goods, including vegetables, honey, dairy, wool, orchards, lavender and much more. No pets. roguevalleyfarmtour.com

Back to the Fifties

July 21-25, various locations in Grants Pass. Get nostalgic with a classic car show, ice cream social, concerts, poker run, sock hop, and more. travelgrantspass.com

AUGUST Josephine County Fair

Aug. 10-14, Josephine County Fairgrounds & Event Center, Grants Pass. A Grants Pass tradition for over a century, featuring 4H, FFA, carnival rides, rodeo, and concerts. josephinecounty fairgrounds.com

Oregon Wine Experience

Aug. 17-21, Bigham Knoll Campus, Jacksonville. Taste the award winners of the Oregon Wine Competition, bid on special blends at the auctions, or savor the plank-roasted salmon bake. theoregonwineexperience.com

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Aug. 20, Wild River Images, Merlin. Reptile encounters with craft beers! wildlifeimages.org

SEPTEMBER Rogue Broadband BrewFest

Sept. 16-17, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. 70+ craft brews on tap. attheexpo.com/ brewfest

Rat Rod Rukkus Car Show Sept. 17, Pottsville Historic Museum, Merlin. A car show with a rustic edge. Featuring beard and pin-up contests, food, and music. pottsvilleoregon.com

Caturday

Sept. 24, Wildlife Images, Merlin. Behind-the-scenes access to Cat Alley (the big cats). Keeper talks and enrichment opportunities. wildlifeimages.org

OCTOBER Art Along the Rogue

TBA, Grants Pass Historic District. A festival of street painting with world-class artists, pastel drawings by local youths, and diverse live music. travelgrantspass.com

Meet the Pioneers

Oct. 7-8, Historic Jacksonville Cemetery. A full-cast living history experience tour of the 1859 cemetery. friendsjvillecemetery.org

Southern Oregon Pride Festival

Oct. 8, Downtown Ashland. Starting with the celebratory thousands-strong Pride Parade down North Main Street to Lithia Park, festivities include entertainment and vendors celebrating LGBTQ+ pride in the community.

Ashland New Plays Festival

Oct. 18-23, venues to be announced in Ashland. A presentation of four readings of newly created, juried plays, plus workshops with the winning playwrights. ashlandnewplays.org

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Oregon Cheese Festival Early April, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. 70+ cheese plus wine, beer, and other vendors to pair with. oregoncheesefestival.com

Pear Blossom Festival

Early April, Downtown Medford. A tradition since 1954, featuring a parade, artisanal food & beverage tastings and street fair. pearblossomparade.org

Ashland Independent Film Festival

Art Along the Rogue.

Oct. 31, begins at Ashland Public Library, Ashland. Fun, family-friendly events leading up to a massive costume parade. ashlandchamber.com

NOVEMBER Southern Oregon Holiday Market

Nov. 11-13, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. Three buildings at the Expo will be filled with unique gifts and goodies from vendors. attheexpo.com/holiday-market

Festival of Light Parade

TBA, Downtown Ashland. Ashland gets in the festive spirit with a million lights, carolers in town, followed by Santa’s Parade. ashlandchamber.com

DECEMBER Victorian Christmas

Various locations in Jacksonville. Tree lighting, caroling, parade, historical tours. jacksonvilleoregon.org

Late April, Josephine County Fairgrounds, Grants Pass. Vendors, exhibits, and demos. Official show of the Rogue Gem & Geology Club. roguegemandgeology.org

Oregon Fringe Festival

April, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. A celebration of spirited and outrageous creativity through visual arts, music, theatre, dance and other art forms. oregonfringefestival.org

Early April, various locations in Ashland. Over 100 diverse movies – narratives, documentaries and shorts – from around the world. ashlandfilm.org

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Children’s Halloween Celebration

Gem & Mineral Sale (Rogue)

Rogue Winterfest

Early Dec., Evergreen Federal Bank’s Bear Hotel, Grants Pass. Santa Claus, kids activities, live entertainment. roguewinterfest.org

EARLY 2023 Chinese New Year Celebration

Early February, multiple locations in Jacksonville. Parade with lion and dragon dance, culinary demos, and magic performance. soccachinesenewyear.org

Oregon Chocolate Festival

Early March, Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites, Ashland. 30+ vendors offering fine chocolate, wine and other delicacies. oregonchocolatefestival.com

Gem & Mineral Show (Roxy Ann)

Mid-March, Jackson County Expo, Central Point. Displays, demos, and auctions. Official show of the Roxy Ann Gem & Mineral Society. craterrock.com

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9450 Old Stage Rd., Central Point. Cast off five lines through the historic Gold Mining Hills. Reservations required. Open all year. rvzipline.com

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of Table Rock Road near Hwy. 234, north of Medford. Left Fork Rd., Gold Hill. Twin volcanic mesas with stunning valley views and hiking trails (Upper: 2.8 miles, Lower: 5.4 miles). For hiking only, no bikes or pets. Managed by BLM and The Nature Conservancy. Open all year.

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A public course that feels private. 75 acres of lush fairways and manicured greens conveniently located in the heart of Medford.

1200 Mira Mar Ave. Medford 541-857-7000 quailpointgolf.com

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8400 Table Rock Rd., Central Point. Jet boat rides along the Rogue, including camping and fishing. Reservations required. Runs mid-April – mid-Sept.

Bear Creek Greenway

A paved 20-mile multi-use path for biking and walking that stretches from Central Point to Ashland, parallel with I5 and Hwy. 99. The Greenway hits local parks for restrooms.

Bridge Park 3 Covered Near W. Main St., Eagle Point. Features a restored 1922 bridge, accessible to bikes and pedestrians.

Creek Bridge 4 Lost Lost Creek Rd. near Hwy. 140,

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6900 Kershaw Rd., Eagle Point. 1/3 mile dirt oval track, 1/4 mile drag strip, go-kart track, shooting range, and more.

Karting 6 Rogue 2065 Lars Way, Medford.

Experience precision SODI kart racing on an indoor track, with a café and game arcade. Open every day, seasonal hours. roguekarting.com

Park 7 Prescott Off of Roxy Ann Rd. east of

Medford. 4-mile trails up to panoramic views atop Roxy Ann Peak. Bike and horse paths. Managed by City of Medford. Open all year.

Point Golf Club 8 Quail 1200 Mira Mar Ave., Medford.

CascadeSiskiyou Scenic Bikeway

55-mile, counter-clockwise ride heading east of Ashland. Ride passes campgrounds and lakes. Listed difficulty: “Extreme.”

Ashland Ski Area 10 Mt. The mountain has a 7,533 foot elevation with four ski lifts and 23 runs. Mid-Dec. – late April.

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Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

111,200 acres featuring hiking, camping, fishing with access to Pilot Rock, Howard Prairie Lake and Hyatt Reservoir. 30 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail passes through the Monument ( ). Operated by Bureau of Land Management.

18-hole course with golf shop and snack bar, and 18-hole putting course. quailpointgolf.com

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Fast Karts Gaming Center Lounge Hi-Fi Cafe with pizza, burgers, chicken tenders, and so much more!

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An artists’ cooperative featuring many talented local artists. We invite you to experience our beautiful gallery and apply for membership.

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213 E. Main St., Medford • 541-770-3190 • ArtDuJourGallery.com 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday • Third Friday Art Walk 5 - 8 p.m. Membership Applications Available at the Gallery

Regional to International Art Exhibitions

a Burl 1 It’s 24025 Redwood Hwy., Kerby.

A gallery showcasing the works of artsists who fashion wooden burls into stunning indoor/outdoor furniture and home decor.

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Gallery & Studio

501 SW G St., Grants Pass. On-site glass gallery with free tours of studio. Open Mon-Fri from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Schedule to make your own glass ornament. glassforge.com

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541-479-3290 GPMuseum.com OREGON JOU RN E Y S

World-class exhibits of gems, thundereggs, fossils, and Native American artifacts. Open Tues. Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission. Children 5/under are free. craterrock.com

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213 E. Main St., Medford. A collaborative gallery highlighting paintings, jewelry, bronzes, photography and more. Open Tue. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. artdujourgallery.com

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Presence Art Center 8 Art 206 N. 5th St., Jacksonville.

229 SW G St., Grants Pass. Art exhibits, sales gallery and gift shop, workshops, and monthly music performances. Free admission. gpmuseum.com

Amazing Variety of Local Art 229 SW G Street - Downtown Grants Pass

Rock Museum 5 Crater 2002 Scenic Ave., Central Point.

& Crafters Market

5th Street between E and F Streets. A Saturday market featuring over two dozen local artists and creators. June – October.

40 S. Bartlett St., Medford. Offering three gallery spaces and an artisan gift shop. Free entry, donations welcome. Closed Sundays & Mondays.

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A nonprofit, art collective featuring paintings, pottery, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, garden art and much more – housed in three galleries plus an outdoor sculpture garden. ashlandartworksgalleries. wordpress.com

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Market of Ashland

20 Calle Guanajuato. Local artist booths in a creekside alley. Saturdays & Sundays, mid-March – Oct.

Trails Gallery 11 American 250 E. Main St., Ashland.

American Trails brings together the art and craftworks of Indigenous artists from across the country, including weavings, ceramics, jewelry, as well as wildlife and landscape paintings by southern Oregon artists. Open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. every day. americantrails.com

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1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland. A showcase of visual arts on the SOU campus of national and world-renowned artists, including special exhibits.

Ashland Gallery Association

Learn about Ashland’s 30+ galleries and art studios at ashlandgalleries.com.

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Cellars 4 Hellgate Grants Pass Twisted Cork 5 The 210 SW Sixth St., Grants Pass.

Open: Tues-Thur 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri & Sat 11 a.m.-9 p.m. thetwistedcorkgrantspass.com

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Partake Shop & Lounge 111 SE G St. Grants Pass. Open: Tues-Thurs 4-9 p.m. Fri 4-10 p.m.; Sat 1-10 p.m. partakegp.com

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330 Kubli Rd., Grants Pass. Open daily, year-round, 12 - 5 p.m. sfvineyards.com

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28 Dana Campbell Vineyards

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29 Grizzly Peak Winery (BCWT, RVV) Ashland

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100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. Mon. & Tue., 12 - 4 p.m. Wed. & Sun., 12 - 7 p.m. Thurs-Sat, 12 - 8 p.m. bellefiorewine.com

(BCWT, RVV) Medford

Knoll at 16 Rocky Dunbar Farms Medford

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301 SE 6th St. Grants Pass

2400 Pleasant Valley Rd., Merlin. Explore the past with two museums (one is devoted to vintage cars), a pioneer town, and outdoor exhibits. Tours by appointment.

2 Josephine County Fairgrounds

1451 Fairgrounds Rd., Grants Pass. Home of the Josephine County Fair, as well many concerts and sporting events all year round, and the Growers Market’s winter location.

Mon – Sat 9:30–5:30 Sun 11:00–4:00

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2101 Spalding Ave., Grants Pass. See the world-famous fiberglass bear sculptures when they are hibernating from “BearFest.” Free admission. Tours by appointment only.

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112 NE Evelyn Ave., Grants Pass. Oregon’s longest continuously-running community theatre, operating since 1952.

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F St. & 4th St., Grants Pass. Saturdays (in summer) offering produce, baked goods, dairy, honey, ready-to-eat meals, and crafts. ADA service dogs welcome, but no pets.

Glass Forge 6 The Gallery & Studio

501 SW G St., Grants Pass. On-site glass gallery with free tours of studio. Open Mon-Fri from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Schedule to make your own glass ornament. glassforge.com

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229 SW G St., Grants Pass. Art exhibits, sales gallery and gift shop, workshops, and monthly music performances. Free admission. gpmuseum.com

Rogue Theatre 8 Historic 143 SE H St., Grants Pass. A preserved 1938 jewel, presenting top-rate musicians and comedians.

House Museum 9 Schmidt 512 SW 5th St., Grants Pass. Tour the preserved 1900s craftsman-style house of the Schmidt Family who operated a grocery store in Grants Pass. Tours offered Tue. - Fri., 10 a.m. 3 p.m. for $10 each. Operated by Josephine County Historical Society.

Downtown Grants Pass Historic District

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11 Hellgate Jetboat Excursions

966 SW 6th St., Grants Pass. Scenic tours on the Rogue River in Hellgate Canyon. 14, 36 and 75-mile excursions. Reservations required. Runs May – Sept.

Affordable Quality Wines from Around the World Hard-to-Source Artisan Cheeses • Custom-cut Meats

Park 12 Riverside 304 SE Park St., Grants Pass.

Overlooking the Rogue River, this park has walking and biking trails, sports fields, disc golf, a water spray park, and hosts outdoor concerts in the summer. Operated by the City of Grants Pass.

Charcuterie Trays & Baskets – Paired with Wines Downtown Grants Pass.

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1A Peninger Rd., Central Point. Go-karts, mini-golf, arcade, bumper boats and more.

Rock Museum 3 Crater 2002 Scenic Ave., Central Point.

World-class exhibits of gems, thundereggs, fossils, and Native American artifacts. Open Tues. Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission. Children 5/under are free. craterrock.com

Creamery 4 Rogue N. Front St., Central Point.

The makers of the “Best Cheese in the World” at the 2019 World Cheese Awards run a charming roadside shop.

Railroad Park 5 Medford 799 Berrydale Ave., Medford. A spirited ride on a miniature train track on the second and fourth Sundays, April – Oct., 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Donations welcome.

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Experience precision SODI kart racing on an indoor track, with a café and game arcade. Seasonal hours. Book online: roguekarting.com

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Theatre Project

555 Medford Center, Medford. A nonprofit theatre company staging quality productions.

8 Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market

Hawthorne Park, Hawthorne & E. Jackson Streets, Medford. Selling produce, fresh meals, and handcrafted goods. Thursdays from March – Nov. ADA service dogs welcome, but no pets.

du Jour Gallery 9 Art 213 E. Main St., Medford.

A collaborative gallery highlighting paintings, jewelry, bronzes, photography and more. Open Tue. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. artdujourgallery.com

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1314 Center Dr., Medford. The delicious home base of gourmet gift-giving; daily tastings of Harry & David treats and the largest selection of wines in the Rogue Valley. Store open daily.

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23 S. Central Ave., Medford. A state-of-the-art, restored 1924 venue which hosts major touring music and performing acts and is home to the Next Stage Theater Company, Teen Musical Theater of Oregon, and the Medford space for Rogue Valley Symphony.

Downtown Medford Historic District Explore the historical architecture of Medford through its cafés, restaurants, breweries, shops and entertainment spots.

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Live theatre, comedy, music and dining operated by Randall Theatre Company.

40 S. Bartlett St., Medford. See page 10 for more info.

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Housing the finest displays of Rocks, Minerals and Gems on the West Coast.

RRRink 14 The 1349 Center Dr., Medford.

A year-round ice rink. Prices and schedule vary.

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Gift Shop • Lapidary Workshop • New Exhibits

1200 Mira Mar Ave., Medford. 18-hole course with golf shop and snack bar, and 18-hole putting course. quailpointgolf.com

Golf Club 16 Centennial 1900 N. Phoenix Rd., Medford.

18-hole course with clubhouse and dining at Centennial Grille. centennialgolfclub.com

Theatre 17 Camelot 101 Talent Ave., Talent.

Community theatre located in the town of Talent, just south of Medford.

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Most of the entire town sits inside a National Historic District, where you can see an unprecedented collection of buildings from the 1850s - 1880s.

1 Walk Through History

206 N. 5th St. Free, one-hour walking tours of town at 10 a.m., Saturdays, June – Aug. Meets at the 1883 former courthouse (now Jacksonville City Hall). Donations accepted.

2 Art Presence Art Center 206 N. 5th St. Collective art gallery open Thur. - Sun., 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Local artwork on display, located in a 1911 building, originally the Courthouse’s jail.

Bank Museum 3 Beekman California x 3rd St. Seasonal Family-owned

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541-899-9190 110 N. 5th St. Jacksonville

tours of a preserved 1863-1915 bank. “Behind the Counter” summer tours, weekends. Presented by Historic Jacksonville, Inc.

Tours 4 Trolley 185 N. Oregon St. Multiple

tours per day, seasonal schedule. Departs from Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. 45-minute narrated tour of the historic homes and commercial buildings in a wood-paneled trolley.

Gardens 5 Britt 350 S. 1st St. 4.5 acre park.

The Britt Pavilion is home to the famous Britt Music & Arts Festival held every June through October. brittfest.org

of Jacksonville 6 Segway 360 N. Oregon St. Tues. - Sat. See the historic sites on a two-hour guided glide through town. Ages 14+.

Cemetery 7 Historic Cemetery Rd. Pioneers – as well

as other historical groups – have been buried here since 1859. The cemetery is open daily with an interpretive center and self-guided tours. Guided tours are offered seasonally.

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8 Beekman House

452 E. California St. Museum of local history inside the Beekman Family’s Gothic Revival home from the 1870s. Seasonal tours. The beautiful Arboretum next door to the museum is a public park.

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Lavender Fields Forever 375 Hamilton Rd. Open select weekends in June – August by appointment. 1.5-acre multicolored lavender farm offering you-pick as well as “you-distill” for essential oils. Onsite shop with lavender goods. Also open for Southern Oregon Lavender Trail festival in June and August.

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1 Oregon Shakespeare

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15 S. Pioneer St. Since 1935, this legendary celebration of theatre entertains audiences from Feb. – Oct. on three stages: the Angus Bowmer Theatre, the Thomas Theatre, and the open-air Allen Elizabethan Theatre.

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Boutique shops, restaurants and cafés, breweries and wine bars, and an arthouse cinema reside in Ashland’s historic buildings.

Park 2 Lithia Entrance on Winburn Way,

Ashland. This beautiful 100acre city park has playgrounds, gardens, historical landmarks, and a 2.1-mile hiking trail.

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95 Winburn Way. Open late-November through mid-February. An outdoor ice rink for the whole family.

Lithia Artisans Market 20 Calle Guanajuato (along creek). Saturdays & Sundays, March – Oct. Outdoor market of artisans’ hand-crafted creations.

& Crafters Market

Site A: 101 Oak St. Saturdays, March – Nov. Site B: 1420 E. Main St. Tuesdays, March –Nov. Healthy produce, artisanal foods, and hand-crafted works. (Working service animals only).

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Cabaret Theatre

241 Hargadine St., Ashland. Performing original and established productions since 1986 in a restored 1911 edifice.

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Art Works 8 Ashland 291 Oak St. A nonprofit, art

collective featuring paintings, pottery, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, garden art and much more. ashlandartworks galleries.wordpress.com

Ashland Gallery Association

Learn about Ashland’s 30+ galleries and art studios at ashlandgalleries.com.

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1250 Siskiyou Blvd. A showcase of visual arts on the SOU campus of national and world-renowned artists, including special exhibits.

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491 & 450 S. Mountain Ave. The SOU theatre department performs on the campus’ main stage. Meanwhile, the music department hosts performances at its Recital Hall for its students and internationally-known musicians alike.

11 ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum

1500 E. Main St., Ashland. Children can interact with nearly 100 indoor and outdoor exhibits and problem-solve scientifically. Just 1.5 miles from downtown. Open Wed. - Sun. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

12 Oak Knoll Golf Course 3070 Hwy. 66, Ashland. Historic nine-hole course with clubhouse and FootGolf option. Just south of town at Exit 14 on I-5.

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