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With Change Comes Renewal – A Changing Of The Guard And Immense Gratitude I believe that we go through many seasons in our lifetimes, and today I find myself in a transition between seasons. As many of you already know, the 2015 Fair will be my last as OCF General Manager. The Fair has been the single largest presence in my life for the last 22 years and that was true long before I took on the role of paid staff member. I have grown and changed more in the 12 years that I have been on staff, than any other era of my life. The Fair has given me so much over the years, mostly in unexpected and magical ways, and for that I will be eternally grateful. For some time now, the other parts of my life have been slowly tugging at me to find a new balance for the season I am entering. I believe that a key quality to good leadership is knowing when to stay the course and when it is time to make a change, even though that change may be bittersweet and come with an uncertainty of what the future will bring. I am at a place in my journey where I can make that positive change and by doing so the opportunity for renewal and revitalization opens up for me personally as well as for the Fair. It has been the single greatest honor and privilege of my life to work with you all and to serve this truly unique and amazing community. Even after I am no longer in my staff role, I will continue to participate and serve the OCF in many, many ways. Currently, I am in the process of training our next General Manager who came on board in the beginning of June. It is my pleasure to introduce you all to Tom Gannon, who will be taking over for me at the end of the summer. As I have gotten to know Tom, I have found him to be a smart, thoughtful and a caring presence with a big heart. Tom has the experience, capacity and most importantly, that deep appreciation and understanding of this very special community, needed to lead us through this next season. Tom will bring a new perspective to the leadership that will make us even richer and deeper as an event and as an organization. I know that I will be leaving the Fair in solid shape and in good hands. You will also find a tremendous amount of exciting and positive change at the Fair this year. Our new six acre path expansion has been years in the making and is finally ready for you to come and explore. It is the biggest expansion we have ever had in a single year. We are all incredibly pleased to invite you to join us in this veritable Avant Garden of delights, featuring movement arts, large art installations, the Fair’s new dance program and of course there will be © Dennis Wiancko new food and craft booths and plenty of gorgeous open spaces. The 46th Oregon Country Fair will be bigger and better than ever! As I transition back to being a Fair volunteer, I will continue to join you in the fellowship of the spirit and surely see you along the way as we collectively walk the path of happy destiny that is the Oregon Country Fair! With Enduring Love, Gratitude and Amazement, Charlie Ruff, General Manager

Opening Ceremony: Unity Child Care Child Care is a friendly, secure and enriching kid-centered Country Fair experience, welcoming children between the hours of 11:00 am and 6:00 pm for $2.00 an hour per child. We’re available 24/7 for lost kids. There are two locations: Sesame Street at the top of the Figure Eight, past Main Stage near the Ritz Sauna and New Kids on Wally’s Way at the front of the Fair near the EZGate entrance and Gypsy Caravan Stage. Both locations offer fun and stimulating activities for our young Fair-goers, including face painting, live entertainment, crafts and many other things. We cannot accept hungry children, bare butts Located on Wally’s Way, BRING Recycling will provide cloth or training pants, diaper service for our newest generation. Complimentary but we do offer plastic storage bags and diaper pins are provided as needed. family-friendly rest Using this service is a great way to help move the Fair areas adjacent to towards zero waste while protecting the health and safety of each location. the Sanitation and Recycling Crews.

We are one. We are each other. We are weaving dreams together. We are holding hands in circle. We are one. We are one. Please join us for the 2015 Opening Ceremony at Main Stage on Friday morning at 11:30 as we offer our attention to the Fifth Sacred Element. Honoring our diversity, this ceremony will center on UNITY. Come together in collaboration with community and understanding that all have a place around the circle.

It’s a Wrap! Diapers at the Fair

Hours: Daily 11:00 to 7:00. Cost: $10 per dozen plus a $25 refundable deposit.

The White Bird Rocks Once again White Bird’s Rock Med crew provides its unique brand of medical and crisis intervention services. White Bird is the emergency response at the Fair and dispatches trained Medical & Mental Health professionals to incidents anywhere on site as needed. Services are Free & Confidential. Don’t call 911, call White Bird! We can be contacted by any staff person carrying a radio or via our internal telephone system located at most major Fair Installations like Stages, Gates and Info Booths. White Bird is centrally located next to the Main Stage with an outpost near the entrance at Odyssey Station and, new this year, a 2nd outpost is opening in the New Area to support our growing footprint and family! Basic First Aid supplies are also available at all INFO Booths. AED’s are distributed throughout the site (see the Map).

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All photos this page © Geoffrey Silver unless otherwise noted.


Tickets

Other Ways to Arrive

Tickets are available at www.ticketswest.com, or call 1-800-992-8499. Cost is $25 for Friday and Sunday, $29 for Saturday. Advanced tickets are $23 for Friday & Sunday and $25 for Saturday. You can also purchase a 3-day ticket for $59.NO tickets are available on the Fair Site.

Coming from the Bay Area? Catch the Green Tortoise. For Tortoise info: www.greentortoise.com.

Free Fare on the Fair The OCF is purchasing the fare for the entire LTD system for the Fair weekend. You don’t need a ticket and you don’t have to be going to the Fair (although we don’t know why you wouldn’t!) in order to get a free fare on the Fair. You will need a Fair ticket or appropriate credential to access the Fair site. Make sure you have yours before you take that free ride. The LAST BUS LEAVES THE FAIR SITE AT 7:30! LTD schedules are available at the downtown station, at www.ltd.org or by calling (541) 687-5555.

Camping For neighborhood camping information and tickets call the University of Oregon Ticket Office at (541) 346-4363, or TicketsWest at 1-800-992-8499. There is NO public camping on the OCF site. Check out the “where to stay” page on our website.

For more information about all things Fair, visit www.oregoncountryfair.org

Access for All Alter Able Access and Advocacy (4A) promotes equal access for all participants at OCF. 4A provides some equipment loans, sign language interpreters and other assistance as well as advocacy, education and advice. 4A is located in the Dragon’s Head at the entrance and also in Community Village.

Recycle Please The Recycling Crew, working with the Fair food vendors, are doing everything we can to eliminate plastic from the Fair. This year most of the food service ware that you will receive throughout the Fair, including beverage cups, are compostable! Please dispose of all compostable service ware in the green compost receptacles, not the red landfill receptacles. You will find collection kiosks throughout the Fair, often staffed by costumed Recyclers who will happily answer your questions. If you’re not sure what goes where, ask a Recycler!

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We on the Recycling Crew are dedicated to minimizing the impact that our event has on our land and the planet. To learn more about what we do, please visit the educational recycling kiosk in Energy Park. You might also enjoy our interactive display at the StewardShip booth. Our success depends on you – thank you for recycling responsibly.


Paying it Forward

Inspire Tribe at Spirit Tower

The Fair is truly rooted in philanthropy with the intention of building community and helping it thrive. We have three grantmaking programs: The Bill Wooten Endowment Fund, the Jill Heiman Vision Fund and Board of Directors Donations. To learn more, wander over to Wally’s Way to visit the Galleria Philanthropia booth. The Jill Heiman Vision Fund exemplifies the Fair’s principles of grassroots community action. The fund honors the attorney who helped the Fair become a nonprofit agency and purchase the site. You can help! Cash, food vouchers and check donations will be matched two-to-one by the Fair, up to $20,000. Wooden donation boxes can be found at all Info Booths. Donations are tax-deductible; include address for mailed receipt. It’s all in the name of phun! ~Anon E Mous

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Energy Park Energy Park is a place to exchange ideas with experts in the fields of renewable energy, sustainable living and participate in discussions about organic farming methods. Learn about food safety and plant diversity. Ag Alley showcases heirloom vegetables and flowers along with a look at the future of small farms. Energy Park has many displays and presentations on solar design, wind power and hydro power. Come learn about human powered vehicles, biodiesel and electric vehicles and speak with those who use them daily. Energy Park also provides solar cell phone charging located in the exciting new Fair loop.

Buckman Coe

Take a Slice of the Peach Home Commemorative Sales offers an array of artistic items and Oregon Country Fair posters. Items include a variety of t-shirts for adults and kids, water bottles, tote bags, tank tops and hooded sweatshirts. Commemorative Sales has two locations, the main spot at the Left Bank History Booth and a smaller outlet next to Odyssey across from Rabbit Hole.

Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons

History Booth The OCF History Booth displays Fair posters from each year of the Fair created by many talented artists. Find your friends and photos of Fairies throughout the years as well as Fair memorabilia of all kinds. Featured at 2 locations: Posters are at the entrance to the Fair at the Front Porch, photos and memorabilia are on the Left Bank at Commemorative Sales.

Calliope Circus

Altar your Space Altared Space provides a sacred respite from the joyful cacophony of the Fair. You will discover a multicultural Sacred Altar, an opportunity to honor the elementals— Water, Earth, Air and a Fire burning bright with the unity of the Fair, a quiet wooded spot to meditate and the gift of skilled Altared Healing and Advice practitioners. Additionally, create something sacred with your hands in the Altared Craft area for kids of all ages. Located on Strawberry Lane near Shady Grove.


Raphael Schnepf: From Posters To Glass Art To Plein Air Raphael Schnepf graduated from New York’s High School of Industrial Art in ‘54 and Cooper Union Art School in N.Y. in ‘61, got a BFA degree at San Francisco Art Institute. At this time he sought out every opportunity to ply his great love for posters. After a poster for The Summer of Love got Schnepf a lot of recognition, the Family Dog commissioned the first of seven posters he was to create in ‘67 and ‘68. The recognition from this work led to commissions from major record labels for record jackets, posters and even a complete comic book. After rediscovering the airbrush he started developing a photo-real style. Schnepf ’s work is to be found in many major collections in Europe, Japan and America. The Museum of Modern Art in New York has one of his posters in the permanent design collection. In the late 70’s Schnepf began working with Savoy Studio in Eureka and later Portland, doing glass painting, especially applying paint with airbrush. His latest passion is plein air painting. Raphael will be signing posters during the Fair next to the Main Stage General Store.

Looking for our 2016 Poster Artist Here is your opportunity to design the poster for our 47th anniversary and forever be a part of this amazing event. Share some samples of your work or a link to your portfolio before September 15, 2015. For more details, go to www.oregoncountryfairposter.com.

Fair Elders in the Still Living Room Take a break with Fair Elders in our shady enclave on Strawberry Lane near Jill’s Crossing. Listen to elderly performers on our tiny stage, or take a rest at the memorial flower bed and redesigned kiosk, where you can hang personal remembrances of Fair Family who have moved on to new adventures. View our four historical timelines, panels that depict decades of Fair magic and issues that have faced the OCF Family. The riday Elders also display 1:00 Le Bon Vivant Dillatantes photographs and 2:00 Thormahlen Harps OCF memorabilia in the Still Living 3:00 Doug Card - Early Days along the Long Tom Room. Look for pictures of your 5:30 Red Pajamas friends or your aturday own youthful self on one of the 1:00 Thormahlen Harps panels. 2:00 Elderberries 3:00 Eric Nicholson 4:00 Jim Page

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Culture Jam Three weeks after the Fair, a special event takes place: Culture Jam! It happens on a portion of the Fair site called Alice’s Wonderland. For eight fun-filled days, dozens of 14-18 year olds come together with 28 inspired artists, dancers, percussionists, circus artists, naturalists and social revolutionaries to change the world! For more info call the Fair office at (541) 465-2230.

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Sunday 2:00 Elderberries 3:00 Eric Nicholson

Ritz Sauna and Showers Make a visit to the Ritz Sauna and Showers part of your Oregon Country Fair experience! Located on Sesame Street, the Ritz offers open air and private showers, two traditional saunas, live music, drying fires and deluxe tub rooms in an art-filled, elegant spa environment that rejuvenates the mind and body. Towel rentals are available. Closed for deep cleaning 3:004:00. Women’s Hour, Friday 4:00 - 5:30. Alter-able accessible. Stop by to see “Working Together”, the partially-raised, fully “dressed” (painted and accessorized) story pole displayed next to The Ritz.


Friday

Ark Park Demonstrations & Workshops

11:00 Traditional Basketry Styles - West Coast and Willamette Valley. Margaret Mathewson Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson 12:00 Hide Tanning. Woniya Thiebault 1:00 Stringmaking, Ropemaking & Natural Fibers Discussion. Tamara Wilder 2:00 Cordage, Basketry. Ed Willie and Dana Hawke Hide Tanning. Issa Sava-Sturm 3:00 Bone Tool Samples and Discussion. Tamara Wilder 4:00 Traditional Basketry Styles - Great Basin. Margaret Mathewson Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson 5:00 Open Work Shops and Demos

Join us at Ark Park! Ark Park steps back in time along the banks of the Long Tom River, where archaeological studies have found more than 10,500 years of cultural history on the grounds of the Oregon Country Fair.

Saturday

Sunday

11:00 Traditional Basketry Styles - Great Basin. 11:00 Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson Margaret Mathewson 12:00 Hide Tanning. Woniya Thiebault Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson Stringmaking, Ropemaking & Natural Fibers 12:00 Hide Tanning. Woniya Thiebault Discussion. Tamara Wilder 1:00 Stringmaking, Ropemaking & Natural Fibers 1:00 Cordage, Basketry, Shell Bead Making. Ed Willie Discussion. Tamara Wilder and Dana Hawke History Talk - Early Life along the Lama tam buff 2:00 Bone Tool Samples and Discussion. Tamara (Long Tom) River. Douglas Card Wilder 2:00 Shell Bead Making. Ed Willie and Dana Hawke Hide Tanning. Issa Sava-Sturm Hide Tanning. Issa Sava-Sturm 3:00 Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson 4:00 Traditional Basketry Styles - West Coast and 4:00 Open Work Shops and Demos Willamette Valley. Margaret Mathewson Natural Pigment Paints. Carole Mathewson Demonstration Schedule–All day Every day 5:00 Buckskin Clothing Design Discussion. Tamara Flint Knapping - Ron Macy, Richy Bello, Terry Kramer, Wilder DJ Rogers. Flint Knapping is not one of our hands6:00 Open Work Shops and Demos on workshops. It is only a demonstration of techniques used in stone tool making. Friction Fire Starting - Roadkill (Jeff Damm) Hide Tanning - Woniya Thiebault, Issa Sava-Sturm, Archaeological Display - Ann Rogers - OCF Archaeologist

Workshops–1 hour unless otherwise noted

Talk to an archaeologist about the Fair’s educational, research and preservation efforts. Learn about the Kalapuya people, their history and the world they lived in then and today. Check out the Ark Park buildings of hand-split cedar, built with traditional construction methods and visit with artisans as they show you flint knapping, fire making, hide tanning, and basketry. See the Ark Park schedule for workshop times or just stop by and visit.

Hands on workshops, in basketry, cordage, bone tool making, natural pigments and more. These workshops are led by experts in primitive living skills. There is a small fee for each session.

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Earth Circle Drum


Community Village Workshop Schedules

Bird Walk– Meet @ Come-Unity House: SAT ~ 8:00am & SUN ~ 7:00am 11-7 Daily O.S.U. Gardening & Plant Q & A – Come-Unity House

Friday

11:00 Frog’s Joke Workshop for Kids – Stage Create Like A Shaman – Yurt Seed Bombs – Arts Booth Dude Dojo: Bros Have Feelings too – Tipi 12:00 Women’s Grounding Circle – Yurt Maiden Ritual – Tipi Tiny Fairies – Arts Booth 1:00 Dances of Universal Peace – Village Green Narcotics Anonymous Open Meeting – Yurt Respect for the Free Musician – Tipi Make Wands – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 2:00 Unleash the Beast; Go Wild! – Yurt Performance Cannabis – Tipi Paper Folding Fans – Arts Booth 3:00 ReWild Yer Gut! – Village Green Heart of Now: Connective, Heartwarming Fun–Yurt Living in an Intentional Community – Tipi Mod Podge – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 4:00 Setting and Holding Sacred Space – Yurt Emotional Freedom Technique with Sound Healing – Tipi Fairy House – Arts Booth 5:00 Puff Puff, Pass: The Mental Pros & Cons of Cannabis Use – Village Green How to Honor Your Spirits of Place – Yurt Genderful Wonderful – Tipi 6:00 The Healing Power of Sacred Sound – Yurt

Community Village Community Village is at the heart of the Oregon Country Fair, located between Energy Park and Main Stage. Community Village is dedicated to education, information access and networking for progressive social change. We work to create a Village Vision of love, peace, trust, justice, cooperation, equality and social service. By believing in dreams, thinking of others, valuing differences and experimenting with new ideas, we hope to expand our consciousness, growing beyond the Fair into the world at large.

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AA Meeting: ~Tipi: Daily 9:00am & 9:00pm Honey Bee Observation Hive – Wild Edibles Booth

Saturday

11:00 Frog’s Joke Workshop for Kids – Stage Honor Your Ancestors – Yurt EDGU Spinal Maintenance Movement – Tipi Seed Bombs – Arts Booth 12:00 Women’s Grounding Circle – Yurt Mother Ritual – Tipi Make Tiny Fairies – Arts Booth 1:00 Dances of Universal Peace – Village Green Narcotics Anonymous Open Meeting – Yurt Artists & Civil Rights – Tipi Thaumatropes – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 2:00 Qi Gong – Yurt Performance Cannabis – Tipi Japanese Paper Marbling – Arts Booth 3:00 Connection thru Play & Movement – Village Green Heart of Now: Connective, Heartwarming Fun– Yurt The State of Cannabis, A Panel Discussion – Tipi Mod Podge – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 4:00 Cultivating Your Intuition – Yurt Open Heart Meditation – Tipi Squirt- A- Shirt Tie-Dye Fun – Arts Booth 5:00 Puff Puff, Pass: The Mental Health Pros & Cons of Cannabis Use – Village Green Create Like a Shaman – Yurt It Gets Better! –Tipi Art Scavenger Hunt – Arts Booth 6:00 Copwatch Community Village Style – Yurt Techniques for Liver Detoxification – Tipi

A Whole New Rainbow Rainbow Village is the FIRST ever LGBTQI hub at the Oregon Country Fair! Rainbow Village will provide education, resources, workshops, playshops, and will act as a hub to direct Fairgoers towards LGBTQI events and performances. Rainbow Village will be housed in the Peace and Justice booth, offering resources and collecting input and support for a shared community Rainbow Village vision. Volunteers will be gaily running through Fair, offering buttons to spread awareness that the space exists. Rainbow Village staff will facilitate daily workshops (see event schedule above). People often wonder where LGBTQI people congregate at the Fair. This question, combined with the powerful, personal and community transformation that happens within a “safer” container held for a group of people in need of empowerment, community support and refuge, inspired the creation of Rainbow Village. Find us on Facebook at OCFRainbowVillage & Instagram:@ocf.rainbow.village; MOST importantly, come by in person and giving us a squeeze!

Sunday

11:00 An Intro to Acro Yoga- No Partner Necessary! – Village Green Celtic Cauldrons: Western Chakras – Yurt Emotional Freedom Technique w/ Sound Healing – Tipi Make Wands – Arts Booth 12:00 Women’s Grounding Circle – Yurt Crone Ritual – Tipi Paper Folding Fans – Arts Booth 1:00 Dances of Universal Peace – Village Green Narcotics Anonymous Open Meeting – Yurt Hopi Prophecy Now- One Hearted Love! – Tipi Thaumatropes – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 2:00 Unleash the Beast; Go Wild! – Yurt Performance Cannabis – Tipi Japanese Paper Marbling – Arts Booth 3:00 Techniques for Candida Detoxification – Village Green Heart of Now: Connective, Heartwarming Fun – Yurt Building A Neighborhood Food System – Tipi Magic Rings – Arts Booth Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Talk – Wild Edibles Booth 4:00 The State of Cannabis, A Panel Discussion– Yurt Open Heart Meditation – Tipi 5:00 The Shamanic Journey: Learn How – Yurt Visioning LGBTQI – Tipi 5:30 Techniques for Parasite Detoxification –Yurt

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Music, Vaudeville, Dance and Spoken Word Artists

Titles with a

Acoustic Minds is a Soul-tronic Dance-Pop

band from Portland, OR. Comprised of lead vocalists, Amanda and Jenni Price, vocalist and keyboardist Aaron Altemose, and key bassist Josh Lorenzen, their unique sound blends electronic dance music with Pop, House, Dubstep, Hip-hop and RnB to create symphonic masterpieces. Energy provided by Pedal Power! Kesey Stage Fri 6:15; Monkey Palace Fri 3:30; Sun 5:30

Actual Size

An acoustic music & comedy duo who have been known to baffle science with their riotously funny, unabashedly ludicrous, low carb, gluten-free satire & their salmon-friendly, non-GMO songs.www. actualsizeduo.com Shady Grove Sat 11:00

Adam East & Kris Deelane have been writing and

playing music together for more than half their lives. Their lyric and harmony driven folk/rock make them favorites at festivals around the country. They first appeared at the OCF in 1995 and have played all 20 years since. www.facebook.com/pages/AdamEast-Kris-Deelane/88369794812 Shady Grove Fri 3:30; Blue Moon Sat 6:00

Alcyon Massive & The Pleiadians are an OR based

band with a fresh mix of reggaeinspired hip hop and soul with uplifting lyrics and a universal message of love everyone can appreciate. www. alcyonmassive. com Hoarse Chorale Fri 5:45; Fr o n t Po r c h Sun 5:30

achieve your dream. www.anchentexter.com Chez Ray’s Fri 4:30; Sun 2:30

Anne Feeney

and Dana Lyons Teamsters and Turtles Together at Last!! Dana Lyons is one of North America’s foremost performers of both environmental and children’s songs. Utah Phillips calls Anne Feeney “the best labor singer in North America.” Together=Magick!! myspace.com/annefeeney Shady Grove Sat 1:00; Blue Moon Sun 3:30

Ari Lesser

Singer, songwriter, rapper, and spoken word artist originally from Cleveland, with a BA in Political Science, Ari has studied Torah in Israel and performed all over the world, showcasing hundreds of songs on many topics, from spirituality, to politics, to animals. www.AriLesser.com Spirit Tower Fri 1:30; Sun 2:30

Ashleigh Flynn “Sometimes all you need is a lot of talent, & a single microphone…Well done, Ashleigh Flynn...” No Depression Magazine. “Everyone smitten with Lucinda, Patty and Gillian should immediately spin A Million Stars.  At High Sierra, Flynn’s newest songs charmed the britches off folks.” JamBase.com. www.ashleighflynn. com Blue Moon Fri 1:00; Shady Grove Sat 6:00; Community Village Stage Sun 12:00 Azucar

Eugene based dance troupe Vito Garcia brings you Cuban Rueda Salsa. Couples form a circle with Vito calling the moves. Action is fast and fun. First a demonstration by our top dancers, next we call in the local Salsa community and then join us on stage and learn some moves. Dance Pavilion Sun 1:00

Baby Gramps

Alder Street music is boot-stompin’, gritty,

and bourbon flavored. The band draws its inspiration from a variety of sources, evinced by original tunes that break the mold of traditional bluegrass, and reprises ranging from Iron Maiden to Bill Monroe. www.alderstreetband.com Shady Grove Sat 3:30; Blue Moon Sun 6:00

Alice Wallace Southern California folk to traditional country to old-time yodeling. This LA songwriter spent the last two years touring more than 50 cities and 14 states. She will release her third album this fall on California Country Records. www. alicewallacemusic.com Shady Grove Fri 12:00; Blue Moon Sat 1:00 ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra)-ALO’s

delightfully vibrant blend of inventive musicality and genre-blurring reach delivers a kaleidoscopic mosaic of funk pop ‘n roll with deliriously danceable grooves while they simultaneously explore uncharted musical terrain. Don’t dare miss the ecstatic adventure of this band’s legendary live set. Main Stage Fri 4:20

The Alves Brothers An amazing jazz duo with Olem Alves on guitar and Jude and Niko Alves (10 and 8 years old) on jazz piano. Niko and Jude trade off tearing it up with a unique improvisational sense. Youth Stage Fri 6:00 A nchen T exter A transformational teacher, dreambuilder coach and shamanic practitioner, Anchen’s litany of training in emotional consciousness, massage and shamanism coalesce in her holistic healing expertise. Unraveling the habits that hinder vibrant living, she elucidates the steps to

An energetic humorously entertaining performer with an endless repertoire. He plays a National Steel guitar and sings his own unique arrangements of rags, jazz and blues from the ‘20s and ‘30s and many originals with wordplay, humor and throat singing. www. babygramps.com. Blue Moon Sat 3:30; Shady Grove Sun 6:00

Baksana A belly dance busking group that

performs a “folk-fusion” blending their unique style of spontaneous improvisation, as well as more intricately choreographed sets, with a live band that plays all original music inspired by Middle Eastern, Balkan, Romani and Jazz genres. www. baksanabellydance.com Gypsy Caravan Stage Fri 5:30

Bear Wilner-Nugent

dancing of Zoë Jakes, their unique sound is a union of old and new schools. With infusions of Middle Eastern, down tempo-hop, gypsy-jazz, and a myriad of electronic styles their music brings to life a kaleidoscope of hypnotic visual rhythms with meticulously crafted beats. Main Stage Fri 6:00

The Bedouin Spice Orchestra & the Gypsy Caravan Stage Dancers The Gypsy Caravan Stage is a

family collective of musicians, dancers, and artists who come together each year to create a magical oasis in the woods. The international cast of master musicians and world-class dancers combine their talents to provide unforgettable experiences of live Middle Eastern music and belly dance. www.facebook. com/GypsyCaravanStage Gypsy Caravan Stage Fri 1–3:30; Sat 1-3 & 5-7; Sun 1-3 & 5-7

Belly dance lessons with Aziza! One of the brightest stars of belly dance, this gifted performer is recognized globally for her unparalleled expression of the unique synergy of movement and sound of this ancient art form. Aziza’s musicality, creativity and lifelong training allow her to fully inhabit the dance and share its secrets with students. www.azizashimmy. com Gypsy Caravan Stage Fri 12:00; Sat. 12:00; Sun 12:00 Ben Kilmarx

examines the divisive processes of pervasive marginalization and insidious disenfranchisement of the African American community that have engendered an excessively disproportionate racial composition in prison populations. His critical thinking elucidates the difference between symbolic and substantive progress in a post-Civil Rights nation. Chez Ray’s Fri 3:30; Sat 1:30

Benjamin Crandall

co-founded local resource sharing forum www.Kindista.org inspired by the concept of “gift economy” which he sees as a vehicle for developing more harmonious relationships with life itself, using technology and personal networks to foster a shift in consciousness from competition to collaboration. Chez Ray’s Sat 2:30

BlindSisterDruid is a wild world trance faerie-

folk-funk tribe of members of Land of the Blind & Druid Sisters bringing you some cool grooves & tree worshipping words featuring award winning vocalist Cyoakha Grace. Community Village Stage Sat 4:00

Blue Lotus Award winning rock and roll jam

band formed in 2010 after a chance encounter at the Oregon Country Fair feature original songs that take you from rock and roll to spaced out intergalactic madness. While rooted in Rock and Blues, the band experiments with elements of Bluegrass, Jazz and Funk, fusing styles to create an intense high-energy melodic hybrid.

is a renowned marijuana-business lawyer. He has answers to the “burning” questions arising from the recent legalization measure ushered in by voters. Besides serving on the Oregon Country Fair Board of Directors, he works on Quartermaster Crew. www. Beats Antique bwnlaw.com. Front Porch Fri 3:00; Spirit Tower Sat 12:30

Beat Crunchers

Their original repertoire borrows from traditional rhythms of the African diaspora, Balkan folk, modern hip hop, the old-skool soul canon and 1980s cartoons. Monkey Palace Fri 5:30; Sun 2:30

Beats Antique

Looping & layering live instruments to the choreographed

are Spoken Word

You don’t want to miss a chance to see them live! www.bluelotuseugene.com Main Stage Sat 11:30; Hoarse Chorale Sat 5:45; Kesey Stage Sun 6:15

Bohemian Dub Orchestra

is a music & arts collective with Medium Troy as its core along with a list of collaborators who conjure up a house party that fuses a classical concert orchestra with modern beats. They combine dub, reggae & rock with multimedia art & dancers to get your mind moving & your body groovin’. Main Stage Fri 2:40

Brian Cutean Playing OCF every year since the dawn of Dr. Leakey way back in 1988. Wild tales with offbeat and touching observations on the socialography of the human condition. His live band is elastic, spontenacious and splendicious, while his wry whole wheat sensibilities are laughable, affable and unforgettable. www.qtnrg.org Blue Moon Fri 3:30; Shady Grove Sun 4:45 Buckman Coe

His sun-kissed folk, gospeltinged soul, and intoxicating world-beat melodies provide the sonic platform for soulful and conscious lyrics. The band can deliver intimate theatre shows to highenergy dance sets, and they always seek to uplift and inspire people to experience unity through culture and celebration of life. www. buckmancoe.com Blue Moon Fri 4:45; Main Stage Sun 1:00; Hoarse Chorale Sun 4:15

California Honeydrops Drawing from a diverse range of musical influences, from southern fried R&B to New Orleans street corner soul, they stay true to their roots busking. You may see them parade around the fair but if you want to see their ecstatic energy & infectious dance party you’ll only have one chance. Main Stage Sun 6:00

C amila T horndike

and D an G olden Co-founders of Oregon Climate, the team that has instigated a grassroots campaign to put a price on pollution, urging their model for environmental accountability for industries, and personal incentive for protecting our communities. www. oregonclimate.org Rabbit Hole Fri 12:30; Front Porch Sat 1:00; Rabbit Hole Sun 2:30

Cassandra Robertson A genuine troubadour and conduit for all things positive, she sheds light on the unlimited potential of the heart and mind. She will elevate and inspire, reminding us we can create the world we truly desire. The Time is now. Kesey Stage Fri 4:15 Celeste Yacoboni Passionate about helping people discover a deeper experience of the sacred in their daily lives, Celeste facilitates transformational healing, administering her unique approach to spiritual coaching and skilled care. www.howdoyoupray.com Front Porch Fri 12:00; Rabbit Hole Sat 11:30 & Sun 4:30 CelloJoe records on stage with a loop pedal and produces intricate tapestries


Alder Street

Alice Wallace

Anchen Texter Elizabeth Cable Chris Chandler Chip Cohen Crow

of harmony, melody, and rhythm. His beatboxing and funky cello grooves form a rich soundscape for intelligent lyrics and his music spreads love, joy, laughter and conscious vibrations.  Classical Hip Hop. www.CelloJoe.com Monkey Palace Fri 12:30; Youth Stage Fri 4:00; Morningwood Odditorium Sat 1:30

and the Canyon Listed as one of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2015 by Eleven PDX! “Crow and the Canyon restored my faith in string bands.” www. crowandthecanyon.com Blue Moon Fri 6:00; Hoarse Chorale Sat 12:00

Charlotte Thistle A dancer first and a musician

They were formed to support the annual Procession of the Species, representing crows. We play original songs, strongly influenced by the rhythms of the Hamana region of Guinea in West Africa, on a family of Dunun drums with a lead djembe player. Kesey Stage Sat 11:15

second, as a young girl, Charlotte would often hear music in her head when she was drifting off to sleep. Today, many of her original songs originate from music she hears in her dreams. Appearing with her are dear friends Andy Short and Rose Darke. Kesey Stage Sun 3:15

Chief Pleasure are

a local youth funk/jazz/ hiphop influenced combo. They play original music and covers of artists like Kenny Garrett and Robert Glasper. They also do hip hop arrangements of jazz songs. Youth Stage Fri 5:00; Sun 5:00

Chris Chandler Show A street performer and

rabble rouser who shines through every performance making him a welcome addition to festivals, carnivals, hay rides and riots, or wherever the rabble need to be roused. He has been called, “America’s best kept secret” by someone really important who would prefer to remain anonymous. www.chrischandler.org Shady Grove Fri 6:00; Community Village Stage Sat 2:00; Kesey Stage Sun 2:15; Blue Moon Sun 4:45

C ompton

the C ompost P uppet and F riends Toni Tone performs numerous puppets in a spontaneous riot of educational entertainment about sustainability. She sings in several Bay Area productions and is the staff puppeteer at the Habitot Children’s Museum in Berkeley. CelloJoe records on stage with a loop pedal and provides a perfect live music accompaniment. Youth Stage Sat 2:00

C onnexus C onsent T rainers

Consent on and off the dance floor. We will be practicing techniques for communicating intentionally, asking instead of assuming, and reinforcing the boundaries that keep us safe and having fun. Creating stronger, safer communities. WorkIt Shop Sat 12:00; Sun 12:00

Connexus Dance Collective produces intentional, transformative social dance events that promote authentic connection, respectful relations, and movement education. Inviting partnered dance to any music, modeling innovation in creativity, communication, and collaboration. Great for those new to partner dance, as well as the experienced. Dance Pavilion Fri 2:00; Sat 2:00; Sun 5:40 C orwin B olt & T he W ingnuts

new-time, ragtime, and bluetime. Country-blues, city-blues, bluegrass, oldtime string band tunes, early country favorites, a few rags, fiddle numbers, and a handful of new tunes. www. corwinbolt.com Blue Moon Sun 11:00

Old-time,

Crow

Crow Drummers are based in Olympia WA.

The Crow Quill Night Owls High energy acoustic

with the community through electrifying live West African drum and dance. www. denbaya.org Morningwood Odditorium Fri 1:30; Gypsy Caravan Stage Fri 4:00; Dance Pavilion Sun 3:30

DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid bring the fun of Bhangra (Panjabi folk dance from India and Pakistan). Learn some fun moves. Bhangra started as a harvest festival dance centuries age and now joins with HipHop style to take over clubs of the world. Monkey Palace Sat 3:30; Dance Pavilion Fri 12:00 The Dirty Dandelions Upbeat folkgrass band

complete with banjo pickin’, washtub bass, flatpick guitar, fiddle and 3 part vocal harmonies. Original tunes that inspire social change as well as new arrangements of traditional favorites. www. thedirtydandelions.com Community Village Stage Sat 12:00

dance music in the style of early blues, hillbilly, jazz, and jug bands of the 20’s and 30’s. Performers play homemade/ traditional instruments, and are also fun to look at, as they are an animated bunch of well dressed weirdo historians. thecrowquillnightowls.bandcamp. com Hoarse Chorale Fri 1:15; Blue Moon Sat 2:15

multi-instrumentalist songwriters and a classical cellist from Portland. They play a diverse mix of tradition-steeped originals, songs by other contemporary songwriters, and bluesy Americana, creating a rich tapestry of new and traditional indie folk. Fun, funky, old school. www.dooganholler.com Hoarse Chorale Sat 11:00; Shady Grove Sun 12:00

The Crux Tent Revival Hallelujah! Experience

Doug Card

the healing power of music with The Crux Tent Revival. Featuring original nondenominational gospel music, aerialist performances, and plenty of preaching and healing. W.C. Fields Stage Fri 3:30; Sat 11:30; Sun 11:30

Cullen & Mia Vance is a musician,

actor, stor yteller, teacher, composer and artist from Eugene. He plays guitar, violin, tin whistle, harmonica, piano, bodhran, mandolin, banjo, erhu, and beat-boxes and is joined by actor, bellydancer, writer and wife, Mia Vance. www.liveloopingman.wix.com/ cullenvance Youth Stage Sat 5:00

DanceAbility International is based in Eugene, OR. They have shown their pioneering work around the world, from pavilions in Indonesia, to a Swiss mountain-top, to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Choreography by Guggenheim Fellow Alito Alessi features entertaining, moving work that elevates appreciation of everybody’s beauty. Dance Pavilion Sat 1:00 Dave and Sharon Thormahlen play mostly original compositions by Sharon on instruments built by Dave. They play harp, guitar, mandolin and banjo on fun Irish tunes, lively South American tunes, and some Beatles tunes. Sharon says, “We may not rock but we sure do ROLL!” Still Living Room Fri 2:00; Sat 1:00 Denbaya Drum & Dance Denbaya

means ‘family that we serve’ in the Mande language. We are an all-embracing family of artists, dancers and musicians promoting intercultural understanding through performing arts and education and sharing our inspiration

Doogan Holler The collaboration of three

is a retired UO sociology instructor. The author of “From Camas to Courthouse, Early Lane County History” he often shares his interest in local history, with tales of the Chelamela Kalapuya, explorers, trappers, and settlers as Native trails became wagon roads along the Long Tom.” Still Living Room Fri 3:00; Ark Park Sat 1:00

The Dragon Dreamers Original, catchy, fun, folky, family music. That’s what you get with a teen girl band. Unique for their ages, these talented young musicians create folksy ballads and songs with themes that children resonate with: Oceans, Horses, Dreams, Stars and of course, Dragons! www.soundcloud.com/ dragon-dreamers Youth Stage Sat 3:00 Dr. Atomic’s Medicine Show has been at the Country Fair almost every year since 1980. They perform political satire, making fun of what desperately needs to have fun made of. They do this in the form of original skits with original music. Dr. Atomic celebrates its 40th year! Kesey Stage Fri 3:15; Spirit Tower Sun 12:30 Dreame Scape Theater with Ari Lynn, Michaell Lynn & Meg Russell  are from Portland, OR. This year they will present a brand new show, «Pennyroyal and Friends», a tale of a little mouse and all of her animal friends trying to solve a big, loud problem. Mighty Tiny Puppet Stage Fri 1:30; Sat 11:30 & 4:30; Sun 12:30 & 4:30 Drop of a Hat presented by a-wol Dance Collective

Drop of a Hat is an off style circus where nothing makes sense! Up is down and down in sideways! DOAH mixes aerial arts w/ circus art and will keep you laughing all the way through. W.C. Fields Stage Fri 11:30; Sat 4:30; Sun 3:30

and the

Canyon

The Elderberries Music to rock your chair by. The harmonious blend of Elderberries goes well with nuts. Mix it up with the Elderberries, because we are getting down! The problem is, will we be able to get back up again? Still Living Room Sat 2:00; Sun 2:00 The Eli and Allie Show! Eli March and Allie

Thomas team up to bring a one-of-a-kind theatrical vaudeville romp through the depths of imagination. Juggling, acrobatics, hula-hoops, slapstick, poetry, and illusion all come together to tell an interactive story of circus and love. www.circusluminescence.com Youth Stage Fri 11:45; Sat 12:30

El Cuadro Flamenco Pepe Raphael & Lillie Last

Spanish flamenco singer Pepe Raphael joins dancer Lillie Last for a high energy flamenco performance with accompaniment by Brenna McDonald on guitar, Nick Hutch on cajon, and Christina Lorentz on dance and palmas (hand clapping). www.stomptown. blogspot.com/p/teachers Gypsy Caravan Stage Sat 3:30; Sun 3:30

The Emergency Circus A mysterious evil is taking over the super human minds of the Emergency Circus and it’s up to you to stop it in this epic battle between vaudeville and technology. W.C. Fields Stage Fri & Sat 12:30; Sun 2:30 Eric Nicholson is an

artist in song, making paintings with his voice & his instruments. He sings a heritage of songs reinterpreted in his own way, in the tradition of Woody Guthrie, Buffy St. Marie, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, & Phil Ochs. Still Living Room Sat 3:00; Sun 3:00

Eufórquestra (pronounced yoo-FOHR-keh-

struh, think euphoria+orchestra) is energy and rhythm personified. Ever-evolving sound influenced by music from all over the world with an emphasis on funk, pocket and groove. For over a decade the band has been igniting dance floors across the country, blending funk, soul, afrobeat, reggae and dub. www.euforquestra.com Hoarse Chorale Sun 1:15; Main Stage Sun 4:20

Eugene Poetry Slammers

As ambassadors of the Eugene Slam scene, this team of spoken word artists is serving up courage and craft. Sometimes fierce, sometimes funny, always fabulous - these poets are ready to break your heart, and heal it again. www. eugenepoetryslam.com Chez Rays’ Fri, Sat & Sun 11:30

Eva Edelman is a Green Mental Health researcher and educator, an artist and author, dedicated to promoting natural approaches in treatment of mental disorders. Her work focuses on nutrients, herbs, and biotypes, as well as the complexities in the interplay of toxins, and physical health. www.boragebooks.com Chez Ray’s Fri 5:30 Fantuzzi travels the world as a troubadour conjouring spiritual collaborations. His music, a unique combination of mystic rhythms, Latin influences, reggae beats, afro-funk and heartfelt songs, is sure to elevate your soul and inspire you to move your body! www.fantuzzimusic.com Spirit Tower Fri 2:30; Sat 2:30


WREN AND ANTJE OF CONNEXUS DANCE. PHOTO: RAMSEY TAINTON

We are incredibly excited to invite you to come and explore our newest addition to the Fair. A 6 acre expansion of path space, this is our largest and perhaps last new event space for many years to come. When you join us you will discover a veritable Avant Garden of movement arts, large art installations and the Fair’s new dance program. This wonder-filled and expansive new area has for many years remained a behind the scenes area for our event. This singular space at the Fair site has undergone an incredible “meadow-morphosis” and is now ready for you to come and explore. Of course, there will also be craft booths, as well as a new food court area, featuring a mix of new, as well as longtime, Fair-favorite offerings. We eagerly welcome you to join us and experience the largest art, the biggest dance stage and the openness that encourages movement in all its many forms. Come and be a part of the movement!

The Dance Pavilion is a stage designed to host a variety of dance styles ranging from African to Eastern European, Salsa to Contra. Promoting healthy, active lifestyles, the Dance Pavilion will feature programming that appeals to all, with some performances that dazzle the senses of viewers while others encourage audience participation and learning. A 2400 square foot dance floor is the centerpiece, with a bandstand, tent covering, and bleacher seating surrounding the magic. Come move your body, mind and spirit with us in this amazing new setting!

Dancer Showcase!

Experience a variety show of dance, including Lindy Hop from Tracktown Swing, Salsa from Salseros Dance Company, Blues Dance from Ted Maddry and Rachel Stirling, Cocrea from Connexus Dance Collective, Hip Hop from Work Dance Company, Bhangra from DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid, and a Solo Dance Competition with prizes!

Experience dance and movement in ways new to the Fair! Social dance is growing as a collaborative, creative community dedicated to fun connections in motion. We have invited dancers to share this updated approach to partner dance with us.   We will also have a variety of dance styles from continents that span the world—you can watch, learn and dance.  We invite you to explore our dance and movement offerings and experience  dynamic, joyful movement arts.

Meet and greet with performers, tour the area, and be part of a special ribbon cutting ceremony followed by demo performances from Fefafe (African Dance), Ted Maddry and Rachel Stirling (Blues Dance), DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid (Bhangra dance), and Work Dance Company (Hip Hop).

The StewardShip is a new exhibit that showcases the Fair’s efforts to live its A giant hummingbird reborn of plastic values of stewardship, sustainability, bottles and windfall tree branches. A and community engagement. From sister hummingbird, emerging from last preserving the land to protecting year’s lovingly quilted wings, Circe Lux.  wildlife to recycling our waste, OCF Ribbons of hand dyed silk fluttering strives to be an excellent caretaker of on the Breezeway. An earth mandala the 446-acre land that’s home to the of locally gathered materials.  Classical fair. You can find the StewardShip marble figure sculpting.  And last year’s complete with mast and sails in auditory success, the Terrariums. Come the new area of the Fair. Stop by to by the New Area to experience these check out our interactive exhibits, and other beautiful, meaningful and chat with a volunteer and learn more interactive art installations selected about OCF’s stewardship efforts. though the second year of the OCF Or test your knowledge by joining Art Application process.  This year’s us for a game of “OCF StewardShip artists come from the east coast to the Pursuit”—to be held from 4:00-5:00 west coast.  Encourage your creative each day. friends to apply next year!  Contact: ocfartapplications@gmail.com.

The WorkIt! Shop area offers a fun, safe, empowering space to explore, move and create with our bodies and voices. Highlighting the movement arts, this participatory venue will utilize various modalities including contact improv, yoga, post modern dance, hip-hop, belly dance and more. All levels and ages are encouraged to share in these workshops offered throughout the weekend!

Come join the circus, you can do it too! We have a dynamic group of flow artists who will be in the Flow Zone during all open Fair hours to help you find your very own flow! Circus is about exploring and sharing the idea of ‘what is possible?’ Our variety of flow toys creates a colorful explosion of play with over 200 toys-- hula hoops, juggling clubs, poi, and staves. We share, play and explore. Join us! Our teachers will be in the Zone to help you from 11:00 to 7:00 Fri, Sat, and Sun.


WREN AND ANTJE OF CONNEXUS DANCE. PHOTO: RAMSEY TAINTON

We are incredibly excited to invite you to come and explore our newest addition to the Fair. A 6 acre expansion of path space, this is our largest and perhaps last new event space for many years to come. When you join us you will discover a veritable Avant Garden of movement arts, large art installations and the Fair’s new dance program. This wonder-filled and expansive new area has for many years remained a behind the scenes area for our event. This singular space at the Fair site has undergone an incredible “meadow-morphosis” and is now ready for you to come and explore. Of course, there will also be craft booths, as well as a new food court area, featuring a mix of new, as well as longtime, Fair-favorite offerings. We eagerly welcome you to join us and experience the largest art, the biggest dance stage and the openness that encourages movement in all its many forms. Come and be a part of the movement!

The Dance Pavilion is a stage designed to host a variety of dance styles ranging from African to Eastern European, Salsa to Contra. Promoting healthy, active lifestyles, the Dance Pavilion will feature programming that appeals to all, with some performances that dazzle the senses of viewers while others encourage audience participation and learning. A 2400 square foot dance floor is the centerpiece, with a bandstand, tent covering, and bleacher seating surrounding the magic. Come move your body, mind and spirit with us in this amazing new setting!

Dancer Showcase!

Experience a variety show of dance, including Lindy Hop from Tracktown Swing, Salsa from Salseros Dance Company, Blues Dance from Ted Maddry and Rachel Stirling, Cocrea from Connexus Dance Collective, Hip Hop from Work Dance Company, Bhangra from DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid, and a Solo Dance Competition with prizes!

Experience dance and movement in ways new to the Fair! Social dance is growing as a collaborative, creative community dedicated to fun connections in motion. We have invited dancers to share this updated approach to partner dance with us.   We will also have a variety of dance styles from continents that span the world—you can watch, learn and dance.  We invite you to explore our dance and movement offerings and experience  dynamic, joyful movement arts.

Meet and greet with performers, tour the area, and be part of a special ribbon cutting ceremony followed by demo performances from Fefafe (African Dance), Ted Maddry and Rachel Stirling (Blues Dance), DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid (Bhangra dance), and Work Dance Company (Hip Hop).

The StewardShip is a new exhibit that showcases the Fair’s efforts to live its A giant hummingbird reborn of plastic values of stewardship, sustainability, bottles and windfall tree branches. A and community engagement. From sister hummingbird, emerging from last preserving the land to protecting year’s lovingly quilted wings, Circe Lux.  wildlife to recycling our waste, OCF Ribbons of hand dyed silk fluttering strives to be an excellent caretaker of on the Breezeway. An earth mandala the 446-acre land that’s home to the of locally gathered materials.  Classical fair. You can find the StewardShip marble figure sculpting.  And last year’s complete with mast and sails in auditory success, the Terrariums. Come the new area of the Fair. Stop by to by the New Area to experience these check out our interactive exhibits, and other beautiful, meaningful and chat with a volunteer and learn more interactive art installations selected about OCF’s stewardship efforts. though the second year of the OCF Or test your knowledge by joining Art Application process.  This year’s us for a game of “OCF StewardShip artists come from the east coast to the Pursuit”—to be held from 4:00-5:00 west coast.  Encourage your creative each day. friends to apply next year!  Contact: ocfartapplications@gmail.com.

The WorkIt! Shop area offers a fun, safe, empowering space to explore, move and create with our bodies and voices. Highlighting the movement arts, this participatory venue will utilize various modalities including contact improv, yoga, post modern dance, hip-hop, belly dance and more. All levels and ages are encouraged to share in these workshops offered throughout the weekend!

Come join the circus, you can do it too! We have a dynamic group of flow artists who will be in the Flow Zone during all open Fair hours to help you find your very own flow! Circus is about exploring and sharing the idea of ‘what is possible?’ Our variety of flow toys creates a colorful explosion of play with over 200 toys-- hula hoops, juggling clubs, poi, and staves. We share, play and explore. Join us! Our teachers will be in the Zone to help you from 11:00 to 7:00 Fri, Sat, and Sun.


Community Village

3:30

Hani Naser

2:15

Ricardo Cárdenas

1:00

Alice Wallace

12:00

11:00

Johanna Warren

Shady Grove

Laura Kemp Trio

4:45

The Flying Buttresses6:00 w/Charlie The Chris Brown Chandler and Rhys Show Thomas

5:30

The Royal Famille DuCaniveaux

4:30

Matt Baker Adam East & Kris Comedy & Stunt Show Deelane

3:30

Leapin’ Louie and Three for Silver

2:30

Henrik Bothe

1:30

The Royal Famille DuCaniveaux

12:30

11:30

Siri Vik & the Red Propellers

Daredevil Palace

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F r i d ay

11:00 11:30 Opening 11:30 Ceremony 12:00 12:00 12:00 Sugar Omo’s Beets 25th Mountain 12:30 Anniversary Dulcimer Revue 1:00 1:25 1:30 J. Ross 2:00 Parrelli Jair of 2:00 Theurgic Seed 2:30 2:40 Bohemian 3:00 Dub Orchestra 3:30 featuring Medium 4:00 Troy The 4:00 4:10 Neverever Band ALO 4:30 (Animal Liberation 5:00 Orchestra) 5:30 6:00 6:00 6:00 Beats The Fire Weeds 6:30 Antique

Main Stage

Gypsy Caravan Spirit Tower

gabriel wOlFChild

11:00

Youth Stage

Rabbit Hole

hummingbirds girls ChOir

ASL: ed Music: Pedal Power : Spoken Word

Legendary

WC Fields

Linda Yapp Njuzu 11:30 11:30 11:30 the Lemon Mibira Drop of Sean Ahearn Tom Drop Fairy a Hat by Noddy Intrepid 12:00 11:45 12:15 a-wol Tales Belly Dance Eli & Allie OCF Dance Lesson Show Singer/ Collective 12:30 12:30 12:30 Songwriter w/Aziza Steve Camilia 12:30 1:00 Showcase: Bhaerman Recycle& Dan The The man The Emergency Revolving Bedouin Circus 1:15 1:30 Spice Door Humming1:30 1:30 Jay Orchestra birds Girl’s UMO Ari Hogan 2:15 & the Choir Ensemble Lesser Joanne Gypsy 2:00 2:30 Rand Caravan 2:30 Garden 2:30 The Stage Laurence Critter Dancers Wanderlust Fantuzzi Cole & Academy 3:15 Circus Aimee Dr Atomic’s 3:00 Orchestra 3:30-7:00 Ringle Medicine Naomi 3:30 Inspire 3:30 Show Ariel The Crux 4:00 at the Tom 4:00 Tent Denbaya Spirit Noddy 4:15 Cello Joe Revival Drum & Tower Cassandra 4:30 Dance 4:30 Robertson Jessica T. Rose-city 5:00 Arena Acro Devils Chief 5:15 (RAD) Pleasure Olive 5:30 5:30 5:30 DelSol Noah Baksana GIRL 6:00 McClainCIRCUS 6:15 Alves Forest Folk Acoustic Brothers Medicine Minds Show

11:15

Kesey Stage @ Energy Park

12:00

11:00

Lo Nuestro

Blue Moon

12:00

11:30

Haute Trash Fashion Show

Stage Left

Gypsy Moon

5:30

Sean Ahearn

4:00

Bear WilnerNugent

3:00

Patch Adams

1:00

TaarKa

Crow and The Canyon

6:00

Buckman Coe

4:45

3:30

Brian Cutean

2:15

Jason Webley

Ashleigh Flynn

1:00

ODDS ARE

5:30

Stage Left Vaudeville Show

4:00

Haute Trash Fashion Show

3:30

The Fighting Instruments of Karma Marching Chamber Band/ Orchestra

2:00

1:10

Metaphysical Circus Theater

Lewi Celeste Stage Left Yacaboni Longmire & Vaudeville James Low Show

12:00

11:00

Nancy Hopps

Front Porch

Eva Edelman

5:30

Susan Carr

4:30

Ben Kilmarx

3:30

Anchen Texter

2:30

Kipchoge

1:30

Eugene Poetry Slammers

11:30

Chez Ray’s

4:30

2:45

3:00

4:30

5:45

Alcyon Massive & The Pleiadians

5:30

Open Mic

4:30

Woodlander

The OCF again welCOmes live brOadCasTs every day: KlCC Fm 89.7, KlCC.Org aT main sTage and Krvm Fm 91.9 aT The blue mOOn sTage.

rising appalaChia

5:30

Trunkful of Beat Faces Crunchers

5:30

4:30

12:00

Fremont Players: Hansel and Gretel

Morningwood Odditorium

The Crow 1:30 Quill Night Denbaya Owls Drum and Dance

1:15

12:00

Taarka

11:00

Shovelman

Hoarse Chorale

Rising Fremont Appalachia Players: 3:30 Hansel and RePuppets Gretel

2:30

Trunkful of Faces

1:30

Dreamscape Theater

12:30

Silver Fox Workshop

11:30

Mighty Tiny Puppet Theatre

Ural The Saloon Silver Fox Thomas & Workshop Ensemble The Pain

3:30

Acoustic Minds

2:30

Strangely

1:30

Trashcan Joe

12:30

Cello Joe

11:30

Kudana Marimba Band

Monkey Palace


Community Village

Daredevil Palace

Shady Grove

Kesey Stage @ Energy Park

The OCF again welCOmes live brOadCasTs every day: KlCC Fm 89.7, KlCC.Org aT main sTage and Krvm Fm 91.9 aT The blue mOOn sTage.

Cullen & mia vanCe

s aT u r d ay

11:00 11:00 Actual 11:15 Size Crow 11:30 11:30 11:30 Drummers Blue Lotus Henrik Bothe 12:00 12:00 12:00 12:15 12:30 The Dirty Lo Nuestro OCF The Flying Dandelions 12:30 Singer/ ButtressesSongwriter 1:00 w/Charlie 1:00 1:00 Moonalice Showcase: Anne Brown & The Rhys Thomas Feeney & Revolving Dana Lyons 1:30 1:30 Door The Royal 2:00 2:00 Famille 2:15 2:15 The Chris DuCanJim Page Marc Silber Chandler 2:30 Scott2:30Law & and Paul iveaux and Friends 2:30 Benoit James’ Leapin’ Show 3:00 Ross Cosmic 3:15 Louie and Twang! Fireweeds Three for 3:30 3:30 Silver Alder Street 3:30 4:00 4:00 Siri Vik & Blind Sister 4:15 4:20 the Red Druid John 4:30 Jerry Joseph Propellers 4:45 Craigie & the Jack4:30 Taarka 5:00 mormons The Royal 20th 5:15 Famille High Step DuCan5:30 Anniversary Society iveaux 6:00 6:00 5:30 6:00 6:00 Ural Hot Tuna Matt Baker Ashleigh 6:15 Tribute Flynn Comedy & & Kudana 6:30 Thomas Band Stunt Show the Pain

Main Stage

Drop of a Hat by a-wol Dance Collective

4:30

UMO Ensemble

3:30

Fireweeds

Soul Vibrator

6:00

Cullen & Mia Vance

5:00

Mina Wegner

4:00

Dragon Dreamers

3:00

11:00

Youth Stage

Rabbit Hole

Noah McClainForest Folk Medicine Show

5:30

Jessica T. Arena

4:30

Laurence Cole & Aimee Ringle

3:30

Jaya Lakshmi & Ananda

5:00

Sean Ahearn

4:00

Patch & Susan

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One han de suPerhe d

J. rOss Parrelli

2:00

Camilia & Dan

1:00

Toby Newburgh

12:00

11:00

Nancy Hopps

Front Porch

Schedules subject to for current informatichange; check stages on.

Inspire at the Spirit Tower

3:30-7:00

11:00

Spirit Tower

One Sharanam Handed Rhythm 11:30 and Bliss Superhero of 11:30 The Crux Inspiration 11:30 Celeste Tent 11:45 Susan Carr Yacaboni Revival The Ballad Magical 12:30 12:30 of Desiree World of The Joe Snakes 12:30 Emergency Taylor 12:30 Bear Circus Eli & Allie Wilner1:30 Show Nugent 1:30 Rose-city Tom 1:15 Acro Devils 1:30 Noddy Rockstop Swami (RAD) 2:00 BeyondCompton ananda 2:30 2:30 the Compost Nicki GIRL Puppet and 2:30 Scully CIRCUS Friends Fantuzzi

WC Fields

The Bedouin Spice 5:30 Orchestra The & the Wanderlust Gypsy Circus Caravan Orchestra Stage Dancers

5:00

El Cuadro Flamenco Pepe Raphael & Lillie Last

3:30

The Bedouin Spice Orchestra & the Gypsy Caravan Stage Dancers

1:00

Belly Dance Lesson w/Aziza

12:00

Gypsy Caravan

2:00

Chez Ray’s

4:00

4:30

Stephanie Silvia

magiCal wOrld OF snaKes

The Fighting Instruments 6:00 of Karma Adam East Marching & Kris Chamber Deelane Band/ Orchestra

5:30

2:30

1:30

Strangely

Mud Porch

12:30

Lisa Vazquez

11:30

Monkey Palace

2:30

1:30

RePuppets

Silver Fox Workshop

5:30

5:30

Mr. Moo

Dream Scape Theater

4:30

3:30

Trunkful of Faces

Trashcan Joe

4:30

3:30

DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid

12:00

11:00

Doogan Holler

Hoarse Chorale

12:00

Morningwood Odditorium

5:30

Open Mic

4:30

Lisa Vazquez

3:00

1:30

Cello Joe

Fremont Players: Hansel and Gretel

blue lOTus

Blue Lotus

5:45

4:15

J. Ross Parrelli

2:45

Kris Deelane & The Hurt

Joanne Rand

1:15

Crow & The Fremont Players: Canyon 12:30 Hansel and Trunkful Gretel of Faces

11:30

Dreamscape Theater

Mighty Tiny Puppet Theatre

Benjamin The Saloon Silver Fox Crandall Ensemble Workshop

2:30

Haute Trash 3:30 Fashion Trudy Show Trueheart

3:30

ODDS ARE

Stage Left 4:45 Vaudeville The Sugar Show Beets

Baby Gramps

3:30

The Crow Quill Night Owls

2:15

11:00

Stage Left

Ricardo 11:30 Cárdenas Haute Trash 11:30 Fashion 12:00 Eugene Show Johanna Poetry 12:00 Warren Stage Left Slammers Vaudeville Show 1:00 Alice 1:10 Wallace Meta1:30 physical Ben Circus Kilmarx Theater

Blue Moon


Community Village

Daredevil Palace

Shady Grove

Kesey Stage @ Energy Park

Gypsy Caravan WC Fields

Spirit Tower

Youth Stage

& Friends

EuforquEstra

s u n d ay

iveaux

Dancers

rEcyclEMan

11:00 11:00 11:00 11:00 Sharanam Shovelman Little Wings 11:15 Rhythm Music 11:30 OCPh: 11:30 11:35 11:45 The Crux and Bliss Oregon 12:00 11:30 Magical Taarka Tent Revival Country 12:00 12:00 12:00 Doogan Jessica T. 12:30 World of Physics Ashleigh Belly Holler Arena 4th Henrik Snakes 12:30 12:15 Flynn Dance 12:30 AmendBothe 12:30 The OCF Singer/ Lesson ment 1:00 Micky Wanderlust Songwriter w/Aziza 1:30 1:00 1:00 Buckman 12:30 Jason Leon Circus Showcase: 1:00 Matt Baker Dr Atomic’s Webley 1:15 Orchestra The The Comedy & Coe Band Medicine Recycle1:30 Revolving 1:30 Bedouin Stunt Show Show man Door GIRL Spice 1:30 2:30 2:00 2:00 2:15 Orchestra CIRCUS 2:00 2:15 MetaThe Royal Sacred Garden Joanne & Gypsy Chris physical Famille Harp 2:30 Critter Rand Caravan Chandler 2:30 2:40 Community Circus DuCanThe Academy Stage iveaux Singers Rising 3:00 Dancers Emergency Theater 3:00 Appalachia 3:15 2:30 3:30 Circus One Charlotte Ari The Flying Handed 3:30 3:30 3:30 Thistle Lesser Superhero of Buttresses3:30 Lewi El Cuadro Drop of w/Charlie 3:30-7:00 Inspiration Longmire & Flamenco a Hat by 4:00 Brown & Inspire 4:00 4:00 James Low a-wol Pepe Sharanam Rhys Thomas 4:15 at the 4:20 Uncle-B, 4:30 Dance Raphael & & Friends Rob Spirit EuforAuntie-E & 4:30 questra Leapin’ Collective Lillie Last Tobias 4:45 Tower J-Dog Louie & 3 4:30 Brian 5:00 5:00 for Silver 5:00 UMO Cutean 5:15 5:30 The Chief Ensemble Still Siri Vik & Bedouin 5:30 Pleasure 5:30 5:30 Lookin’ the Red Spice I-chele & Rose-city 6:00 6:00 Orchestra Acro Devils The Circle Propellers 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:00 California Baby Mina & Gypsy of Light (RAD) The Royal Gramps Blue Lotus, Caravan Wegner HoneyBohemian Famille 6:30 drops Stage Dub Orch. DuCan-

Main Stage

Celeste Yacaboni

4:30

Tom Noddy

3:30

Camilia & Dan

2:30

Laurence Cole & Aimee Ringle

1:30

James Joseph

12:30

11:30

Nancy Hopps

Rabbit Hole

Alcyon Massive

5:30

Gypsy Moon

3:30

Suzi Prozanski interviews Tom Noddy

1:30

3:00

Haute Trash Fashion Show

ODDS ARE

1:30

Patch Adams

12:40

11:00

Stage Left

Chez Ray’s

Anchen Texter

2:30

Joe Taylor

1:30

5:00

Acoustic Minds

5:30

4:30

Solovox

3:30

Robin Jackson Band

2:30

Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons

5:45

4:15

Buckman Coe

2:45

Vida Girls

1:15

Euforquestra

Soul Vibrator

11:45

Hoarse Chorale

5:30

Open Mic

4:30

Woodlander

3:00

Fremont Players: Hansel and Gretel

1:30

Trashcan Joe

12:00

Fremont Players: Hansel and Gretel

Morningwood Odditorium

Uncle-B, Auntie-E & J-Dog

RePuppets

5:30

Dreamscape Theater

4:30

3:30

Silver Fox Workshop

2:30

Beat RePuppets Crunchers

1:30

Dreamscape Theater

12:30

11:30

Silver Fox Workshop

Mighty Tiny Puppet Theatre

Strangely Trunkful of Faces

1:30

Kef

12:30

Mud Porch

11:30

Monkey Palace

WandErlust circus orchEstra

The Fighting Instruments of Karma Marching Chamber Band/ Orchestra

Matt BakEr

6:00

Alder Street

The Chris Chandler Show

4:45

3:30 Anne Jennifer Feeney & 3:30 Dana Lyons Stage Left Chambers Vaudeville Show

3:30

Jim Page

2:15

Hani Naser

1:00

11:00

Blue Moon

Corwin Haute Trash Jaya Bolt & The Fashion Lakshmi & 11:30 Wingnuts Show Ananda Eugene 11:30 12:00 12:00 Poetry Stage Left Laura Kemp Swami Slammers Vaudeville Trio BeyondShow ananda

11:00

Front Porch


Chela Mela Invites You to Come and Play!

Ambiance On The Path

Juggle at the Yes You Canopy. Kids–get crafty at Five Fingers of Fun.

ACTUAL SIZE: non-GMO, gluten free, salmon friendly, comedy folk-singing duet! ARTIS: The Spoonman cometh! BUBBLE FAIRY: Our traveling fairy will delight children of all ages. Bubblewands to share with everyone...send a little magic out onto the path! CALLIOPE CIRCUS: From the mind of Sabrina Parker...stilting creatures from another world. CELLO JOE: Joey Chang as a human marionette cellist! www.CelloJoe.com CHICKEN LITTLE: Our Fair Family stilt troupe will surely make you laugh. And we know it’s good medicine! CHIP COHEN: Just fiddlin’ around...www.chipcohenmusic.com CORWIN BOLT & THE WINGNUTS: A total mind folk of old-time, new-time, ragtime, bluestime! www.corwinbolt.com DIOSAS DE FUEGO: Hang duet and tribal fusion dance. Sound and movement that moves the soul. DIVA GALACTIKA: Mesmerizing and wild...the Diva gang will greet you at the entrance to Fair as you arrive. DOLPHIN BOY: Eccentric clown and absurdist dolphin activist via Lars Adams! DREAM CITY: Marco Landin and Heather Hyde de Landin bring their imaginations all the way from Las Vegas. Magnifique!!! www.marcolandin.com EARTH CIRCLE DRUM: Native American traditional drumming and dance. ELIZABETH CABLE: Songs from the heart. www.reverbnation.com/elizabethcable FEFAFE: From West Africa, traditional instrumentation, percussion, and acrobatics. Powerful, evocative, dynamic! JONNY HAHN: Sizzling Political Path Piano. www.cdbaby.com/artist/JonnyHahn KARLA MI LUGO: Inspirational songbird, storyteller, comedian, accordionist, juggler, Billie Holliday impersonator, globe balancer! www.badunklsista.com/ company/karla-mi-lugo/ LAST GASP SWEEP BAND: Sweeping you all home at the end of the day. PEACHI THE DRAGON: Peachi stirs from his winter lair...ready for the fantastical, magical, interactive path parade! Please dress up and join in! RADAR ANGELS: Wild costumes, delightful songs, and irreverent humor. REGGIE MILES: Bottleneck Blues and Handsaw Hokum! www.reverbnation.com/ reggiemiles RICHARD HARTNELL: Contact juggling at its finest! www.gravitydefiance.net RISK OF CHANGE: Colorful, outrageous.....you just can’t miss this colorful group on the path. Our very own outrageous mummer group change costumes over and over again each day to mesmerize and amuse. Overseeing their shenanigans is the yellow-mohawked, multi-colored , twirling giant puppet…Odo. TYLER FUQUA: Glop and Glip, alien fuzzballs do meet and greet. www. tylerfuquacreations.com UNDERMIND: Beatbox infused melodies and rhythms! www.undermindmusic.com WALKING TREE OF LIFE: “Wise are they who plant a tree, under whose shade they will never sit.” Michael Shaffer brings woodsy wisdom to life with his giant walking oak. www.walkingtreeoflife.com WILL BROWN: Acoustic finger-style guitar.....audio-visual for the mind and heart! www.willbrownmusic.com

The Dharma Garden has yoga sessions scheduled at 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00. If you’d like some shade to lounge, and soak it all in, drop by the Cuckoo’s Nest. Or get some shade closer to the music, under the big tent at Monkey Palace. PEACHI the Dragon travels the paths every day with her entourage of fairies, freaks, fairgoers and friends. EVERYONE is invited to join her! PEACHI leaves Chela Mela Meadow at 1:00 on Friday and Saturday and 2:00 on Sunday. Meet at the Dragon Lair in Chela Mela Meadow half an hour before parade time. PEACHI provides face paints and costumes, drums and dreams, excitement and adventure. YOU provide the rest! Drop by the Mighty Tiny Puppet Theater to laugh, sing and be amazed by that giant little world. Don’t miss Fremont Players’ panto interpretation of Hansel and Gretel; and stay around for all the other ways we found to entertain and amuse you–including an open mic, daily at 5:30 at the Morningwood Odditorium. We are delighted that our southern path, Phun Way, is now one of the gateways to the New Area. When you enter that world, you will find Dance, movement arts, large art installations and more. We invite you to explore, return, and repeat. Critical Stilts! Calling all stilters! Join together for a big, tall stilter parade. Meet up in Chela Mela by 4:00 Saturday. We will stride far and wide.

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Artis

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Fefafe

Linda Yapp

F efafe is an authentic West African performance troupe presenting traditional culture and sounds of Guinea, West Africa. After touring professionally around the world, these Guinean artists have recently settled in the Eugene area. With diverse professional training in dancing, drumming, singing, and other performing arts, they bring explosive, culturally rich performances. Dance Pavilion Fri 3:30; Sat 3:30 The Fighting Instruments of Karma Marching Chamber Band/Orchestra FIKMCB/O are the

original alternative street band! It’s their 40th year of filling the Fair with sounds from Sousa to Cumbia, from Balkan to Bollywood. It’s loud, it’s raucous, it’s perfect! Stage Left Fri 2:00; Sat 5:30; Sun 5:00

The Fire Weeds call their blend of blues tinged rock, bluegrass and country, Wide Open Americana. The band was founded by multiinstrumentalist Alan Glickenhaus, formerly of Higher Ground. Unpredictable, genrebending song-crafted music is their thing. With an expansive repertoire, Glickenhaus packs an arsenal of instruments to every show. Community Village Stage Fri 6:00; Kesey Stage Sat 3:15

The Flow Zone Circus Crew A dynamic group

of flow artists will be in the Flow Zone to help you find your very own flow! Circus is about exploring and sharing the idea of ‘what is possible?’ Our variety of flow toys create a colorful of explosion of play with over 200 toys-- hula hoops, juggling clubs, poi, and staves. We share, play and explore. Join us! New Area Flow Zone all hours

The Flying Buttresses with Rhys Thomas & Charlie Brown

A Vaudeville Guide to E d i b l e Mu s h r o o m s : FLYING BUTTRESSES (laughatus clapforus). A family of puffballs, madcaps and psillys located near the Long Tom. Often found entertaining others with music, comedy, and juggling in spoor-atic gatherings. Look for the Magic Mushroom, he’s a fungi! Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 5:30; Sat 12:30; Sun 3:30

Fremont Players

bring Hansel and Gretel Panto! Come and cheer on the good guys and hiss at the bad, if you can tell the difference, in the midst of this musical romp through this twisted tale. Morningwood Odditorium Fri, Sat & Sun 12:00 & 3:00

Jay Hogan

Jason Webley

GIRL CIRCUS reinvents the spiral of life with

sacred numbers and cosmology in our highly girly and highly scientific circus show, many tiny particle girls included! W.C. Fields Stage Fri 5:30; Sat 2:30; Sun 1:30

Hani Naser Virtuoso percussionist and Oud

player. The breadth of Naser’s talent has earned him the opportunity to perform and record with many influential artists including Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Ry Cooder, David Lindley, Santana, Mickey Hart and many more. www. haninasermusic. com Shady Grove Fri 2:15; Blue Moon Sun 1:00

Haute Trash Fashion Show We create fashion

out of trash in order to entertain, educate and empower others to Reduce, Rethink and Recycle. Our show seeks to breakdown the boundaries of stereotypical beauty and fashion by celebrating bodies of all sizes, shapes and ages through humor and satire. Stage Left Fri & Sat 11:30 & 3:30; Sun 11:00 & 3:00

Henrik Bothe Half of the Flaming Heterosexual/ Bellini Twins is now performing solo together with guests at this year’s Fair. If you can go onstage and make people laugh after an elephant takes a dump you are: “Funnier than Shit”. Come see why Henrik and friends are. Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 1:30; Sat 11:30; Sun 12:30 High Step Society is an all-live electro swing

band, born in the Whiteaker. Digging deep into the traditions of American jazz, and melding them with electronic music technology, they are rocket launching the sounds of the jazz age a century into the future. Kesey Stage Sat 5:15

The Hot Tuna Tribute Band honors Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Cassidy. Cap’n Trips members Tom Lemmon (vocals, guitars), Marcy Andrews (mandolin), Trey Longstreth (bass, vocals) and Ken Sokolov (drums) are joined by violin wiz Chip Cohen to channel this legendary band. Community Village Stage Sat 6:00

Gabriel Wolfchild from season 8 of the Voice. Kesey Stage Fri, Sat, & Sun 12:15

T he H ummingbirds G irls C hoir o f f e r s empowerment & connection to 7-12 year old girls through heart~songs and harmony. Songs are taught in the oral tradition of call & response. We sing simple, life affirming songs, rounds, and layered songs in a safe environment where harmonies come naturally. Youth Stage Fri 1:15

Garden Critter Academy Lisa Taylor, children’s

I-chele is an enCHANTress, who sings to

gardener and urban farmer loves teaching and singing about the heroes of the organic garden using the giant friendly puppets that make up the Garden Critter Academy. Youth Stage Fri 2:00; Sun 2:00

drench you in MUSICALOVE. Her style of sensuous, passionate rootsrockreggae, and her luscious crew, are guaranteed to open your heart, and make you swing and sway. Community Village Stage Sun 5:30

Inspire Tribe

at S pirit T ower convenes a spontaneous collaboration set to live grooves by Ishi Woods & The Inspired Players, West Coast word with Marv Ellis, Free (W)ill Valentina(vrgnz), illyana and Flamenco Chico. The open mic invites talent fresh off the path! Spirit Tower Fri, Sat, Sun, 3:30-7:00

Jim Page

J Ross Parrelli

Indie artist, conscientious emcee and a fearless free-styling lyricist, her dynamic range of sensual and sophisticated vocal prowess make her an incredible emcee holding her own. Hip hop with soul. www. jrossmusic.com Main Stage Fri 1:25; Hoarse Chorale Sat 4:15

Jair of Theurgic Seed

returns to OCF with his modal acoustic guitar style along with new improvizatorial explorations. It’s time to open, emerge, thrive and create! Community Village Stage Fri 2:00

James Joseph is an advocate for the safe and appropriate application of psychoactive plants. He founded the Eugene Center for Ethnobotanical Studies, and is dedicated to promoting conscious healthcare and accessing true well-being, effectively lifting the “veil” from over the prejudicial medical market place. www. ecefs.org Rabbit Hole Sun 12:30 Jason Webley Songs and stories about giraffes

Joe Taylor

Jim Page Named by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine as “One of The 50 Most Influential Musicians In Seattle History.” His songs have been covered by The Doobie Brothers, Christy Moore, Dick Gaughan, Michael Hedges, and Roy Bailey.  Robert Hunter says, “If Jim Page ain’t the bastard son of Woody Guthrie I’m T-Bone Walker.” www. jimpage.net Shady Grove Sat 2:15; Still Living Room Sat 4:00; Blue Moon Sun 2:15 Joanne Rand Touring nationally for 30 years,

is preparing to release her 15th CD. “Fierceness and Grace in the same deep breath ” -Gary Snyder. “The adrenaline of a teenager and the wisdom of a crone” – Jenny Sheinman. “Psychedelic-Folk-Revival.” www.joannerandmusic.com Kesey Stage Fri 2:15; Hoarse Chorale Sat 1:15; Shady Grove Sun 2:15

and dead people. Beginning as a street performer in Seattle, accordion troubadour Jason Webley has gathered an international following with his self produced recordings and uninhibited live performances. He has taken his stompy, growly, whimsical music to dozens of countries. www.jasonwebley.com Blue Moon Fri 2:15; Shady Grove Sun 1:00

J oe T aylor

Jay Hogan shines a light on the motley patchwork of laws around the use of entheogens. Is your sacrament classified as a Schedule One Drug? Are you are still waiting for freedom of religion? Rabbit Hole Fri 1:30

Johanna Warren

Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda

infuse love and grace into their Kirtronic sound offering a combination of kirtan, bhajan and original compositions. With guitar, harmonium, keyboard, and bansuri flutes, they create a profound healing and balanced sound current brimming with bhakti. www.jayalakshmiandananda. com Front Porch Sat 5:00; Sun 11:00

Jennifer Chambers

is an outstanding example of the message in her writing: bold stories about strong women. She discusses her perseverance, living with a car-accident caused brain injury and a genetic disorder, in her memoir ‘Life is Long If You Know How to Use It’. Chez Ray’s Sun 3:30

Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons Come celebrate

their20th Anniversary’ Some songwriters just strike down to the heart of things. Even when they’re being tender they nail you in the soul’s solar plexus, shaking with words and wires and something inescapably human. Jerry Joseph is this kind of composer - a rocker with emotional scalpel that cuts deep every time. This expanded line up will feature a full horn section with lots of special guests. Main Stage Sat 4:20; Hoarse Chorale Sun 5:45

Jessica Arena is a licensed attorney in Oregon and California. She graduated from U.C. Davis King Hall Law School in 2014. She practices immigration law, is a cannabis law reform advocate, and active in the anti-police brutality movement. www.jessicatarena. com Rabbit Hole Fri & Sat 4:30; Spirit Tower Sun 11:30

thinks honeybees are fascinating… did you know that bees can get drunk? That bees are picky eaters and sometimes there can be two queens in a hive? Join Joe as he talks about these beneficial pollinators, one our most diligent symbionts! Rabbit Hole Sat 12:30; Chez Ray’s Sun 1:30

An intuitively self-taught guitarist, weaving adept finger-picking with acrobatic vocal lines and carefully crafted poetry. Warren cultivates and honors the physically healing properties of sound and the spiritually healing powers of artistic expression. www.johannawarren. com Shady Grove Fri 11:00; Blue Moon Sat 12:00

John Craigie

has “lived the life romantic” of a continuously touring folk-singer, taking his unique musical style across the world for the past decade. With timeless melodies and insightful lyrics, his themes range from social commentary to personal empowerment, political satire, and modern love. Energy provided by Pedal Power! www. johncraigiemusic.com Kesey Stage Sat 4:15

Kef represents the rich musical history of the Balkans. They layer Slavic, Turkish and Romani culture. At the Dance Pavilion, you can join in line dances and get a full music and dance experience as Kef brings the Brass. Dance Pavilion Fri, 1:00; Monkey Palace Sun 12:30

Kevin and Kristine

are inspired by a neverending curiosity about how we move our bodies. Acroyoga is a fun and expressive way to move and connect with another person with strength, grace, and acrobatic skill. Their journey in the movement arts span the flow arts, dance, yoga, and acrobatic partner yoga. Their teachings will empower and activate you! New Area Flow Zone Fri 1:30; Sat 3:00; Sun 2:00


Jigme Tulku Rinpoche Laurence Cole & Aimee Ringle Kipchoge Lewi Longmire Nancy Hopps The Neverever Band

Kipchoge

A career–hopping adventurer and musician, an optimist, activist, capitalist and nudist bike mechanic, Kipchoge cofounded Xtracycle which launched an American Cargo bike movement. Currently he is working on Take2, a citizen’s campaign to reboot democracy and stop climate change. Chez Ray’s Fri 1:30

Kris Deelane & The Hurt Portland’s Old School/

New School Soul extravaganza brings you Kris’ originals plus Stax/ Motown/Atlantic soul hits and rarities from the 60’s and 70’s. Led by vocalist Kris Deelane (Adam&Kris, SweetJuice), with her backup singers, the Ladyparts, plus Horns ‐ it’s all here. Come dance! w w w. k r i s d e e l a n e . c o m Hoarse Chorale Sat 2:45

Kudana

plays high-energy dance music on handmade marimbas driven by drummers on trapset and congas, hoshos, and vocals in English and Shona that deliver a positive message. Kudana means “Love One Another.” Their music makes people of all ages smile and dance. Please join us! www.KudanaMarimba.com Monkey Palace Fri 11:30; Kesey Stage Sat 6:15

Laura Kemp Trio

A seasoned performer, songwriter, singer, and guitarist who has been captivating NW audiences since 1990. Joined by Jeremy Wegner and Sean Peterson on mandolin, banjo, upright bass and vocals, the trio performs an original mix of bluegrass, folk, and jazz, rich with threepart harmonies and an infectious musical synergy. www.laurakemp. com Shady Grove Fri 4:45; Blue Moon Sun 12:00

Laurence Cole & Aimée Ringle

teaching easily learned songs with rich harmonies, transforming any group of folks with any amount of singing experience, inspiring them to raise their voices into a cohesive powerhouse of lustrous, passionate sound, deep meaning, and joyous conviviality! Rabbit Hole Fri 2:30; Sat 3:30; Sun 1:30

Le Bon Vivant Dillatantes Magnifique, silly French

persons with silly hats, silly songs and French bravado. Still Living Room Fri 1:00

Leapin’ Louie and Three for Silver Leapin’ Louie,

the sexiest cowboy clown this side of the Willamette does his lasso-throwing, whipcracking comedy thing accompanied by hot young Portland band Three for Silver. Be there or be bored. Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 2:30; Sat 2:30; Sun 4:30

Lewi Longmire & James Low perform a Duo Duel

that is based entirely on the love these two have for playing each others’ Americana and roots rock songs. Never photographed or promoted, this is a show that only seeks the pleasure of playing great music with great friends whenever the opportunity arises. www.lewilongmire.com Blue Moon Fri 12:00; Shady Grove Sun 3:30

Linda Yapp the Lemon Drop Fairy As a children’s

singer/songwriter from the Oregon Coast, She writes music & performs with the intention of lifting the world up, one heart at a time. Her hope is to inspire change in such a way that the world becomes a kinder place for all. www. lindayapp.com Youth Stage Fri 11:00

Lisa Vazquez

is a modern day musical warrior. She is a live looper creating a one woman soul/hip hop act. It builds on her live drums, silky melodies and thought provoking lyrics. Monkey Palace Sat 11:30; Morningwood Odditorium Sat 4:30

Little Wings Music Fun, lively, interactive

music and movement event for families with young children. Come sing and dance along with us! www.littlewingsmusic.com Youth Stage Sun 11:00

Lo Nuestro play Salsa to Latin Jazz, Mariachi,

and pre Colombian music. Featuring members of Latin music groups such as Grupo Condor, Caliente, and Sonmelao. Blue Moon Fri 11:00; Shady Grove Sat 12:00

The Magical World

of Snakes is the latest incarnation of an authentic Vaudeville act, and presents a connection to nature, LIVE SNAKES, in a clever and cunning way. Daniel will help transform culture by asking you to set aside your fears and experience what life has to offer. www.snake-magic.com Youth Stage Sat 11:45; Sun 11:45

Marc Silber and Friends A passionate, versatile

singer/songwriter with an earthy, yet theatrical style, Marc will take you to a wild “World of Wonder”, bringing you good vibes and “Herbal Energy”. So climb aboard and join Marc Silber and Friends on a thoughtful, entertaining journey to “Peace and Love”. Kesey Stage Sat 2:15

Matt Baker Comedy + Stunt Show

Holder of 5 Guinness World Records. Hilarious stand up + weird skills = a whole lot of awesome Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 3:30; Sat 5:30; Sun 1:30

Metaphysical Circus Theater

The Moore brothers, Zan and Noah, lead dynamic lives abounding in musicianship, performance art and audience rapport. Their exploits include travels across four continents, instructing youth circuses, embodying Elfin-Ninja jugglers, and performing with Teatro Zinzanni and Cirque du Soleil. www. instrumentsofthenow.com Stage Left Fri 1:10; Sat 1:10; Spirit Tower Sun 1:30

Micky Leon Micky Adams is a magical mystical musical guru sharing his songs of joy for the children of the world www.mickyleon. tumblr.com Youth Stage Sun 12:30 Mike Meyer and the Eternal Now Band Welcome Sunday morning with live music for an ecstatic dance experience. Dance Pavilion Sun 11:00 Mina Wegner is a local 19-year-old singer songwriter whose music ranges from classic rock to delta blues to contemporary indie. The commingling of these styles reflect in her original tunes. Be careful if that blues gets in your blood though, you might have to get up and dance! www.soundcloud. com/mina-wegner Youth Stage Sat 4:00; Sun 6:00

Moonalice is a psychedelic, roots-rock band

of seasoned musicians featuring John Molo, Berry Sless, Jason Crosby, Pete Sears & Roger McNamee. Incorporating a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations, they evoke a sense of elevated adventure and exploration. Everyone is asked to be part of this experience that hopes to inspire dancing and other acts of indulgent expression. Main Stage Sat 1:00

Mr. Moo crafts deep soundscapes of lyrical

gypsy violin and infectious driving rhythms. Show up to get down and be ready to moooooooove. With special guests, Rising Appalachia on Sun. Monkey Palace Sat 5:30; Dance Pavillion Sun 5:40

Mud Porch from Portland blends danceable

grooves, a funky beat and catchy vocals with stylin’ acoustic musicianship. Monkey Palace Sat 12:30; Sun 11:30

Nancy Hopps

is an internationally recognized author, speaker, performer and sound healer. Her award-winning CD “Relax into Healing” has profoundly benefited thousands, worldwide. Of all the modalities she integrates, Nancy wholeheartedly believes that “the greatest of these is Love”. www.NancyHopps.com Front Porch Fri 11:00; Sat 11:00; Rabbit Hole Sun 11:30

Naomi Ariel is a soulful blues/jazz musician

that will blow your mind when you hear the sounds that come out of such a small girl. She surprises and delights audiences with her respect for the soul of music. www. youtube.com/watch?v=dExDdsOq5g8 Youth Stage Fri 3:00

The Nettles Celtic. Eclectic. Funky Folkadelic. The Nettles have been propelling contra dances with powerful melodies, wild improvisation and driving rhythms for over a decade. Fiddle, guitar, bass, drums and a phat groove. Dance Pavilion Fri 5:40; Sat 5:40 The Neverever Band is a group of good friends who have been playing music throughout the NW for years. We play what appeals to us, putting our own twist on what we like. Band members are Kathy Burleson, Kriss Crowley, Barry Burleson, David Bersch, Ralph Novak and Gil Dunaway. Community Village Stage Fri 4:00 Njuzu Mbira Formed in 1998, they were the first ensemble of its kind in Portland, OR playing the enchanting, beautiful, lively traditional mbira music from the Shona people of Zimbabwe. Since then they have performed in various settings, including schools, benefits, farmers› markets, pubs, OCF, Oregon Zoo, Zimfest. Kesey Stage Fri 11:15 Noah Grunzweig and The Nettles

present beginner friendly Contradancing. High energy. Joy and connection centered. Contra is a community folk dance often described as a roller coaster for your feet. Each dance is taught and lead by Noah Gr unzweig. Folkadelic dance band, The Nettles are providing the tunes. No partner needed. Dance with anyone! Dance Pavilion Fri 5:40; Sat, 5:40

Noah McLain From a childhood spent wandering oaken forests, swimming streams, and running off with the circus, Noah has made inspiring imaginations his bread and butter. His performances will delight, with a fantastic blend of wisdom, wonder and whimsy, music, storytelling, poetry and puppetry! Rabbit Hole Fri & Sat 5:30 OCF Singer/Songwriter Showcase The Revolving Door features 8-10 artists in one continuous show…creating a Revolving Door of talent. Artists include: Gabriel Wolfchild, (The Voice 2015), Buckman Coe, Grace Park, John Craigie, Madeline Tasquin, Pepper Proud, Olive Del Sol, Lewis Childs, Brett Hinders, Kelsey Sprague, and more TBA. Kesey Stage Fri, Sat, & Sun 12:15 OCPh–Oregon Country Physics A rambunctious

exploration of Phair Fysics Fun!! Dr. Stan Micklavzina and Maestro of Education Benjamin Wright from the University of Oregon Physics Department return to the Fair with interactive and off-color Phair Fysics Fun! Kesey Stage Sun 11:15

ODDS ARE A journey to the heart of human experience with slow motion sword swallowing, virtuosic floor rolling, transcendental mimes, high-flying humans, gnome hymns, extraordinary hair, and ethereal puppeteering. Featuring members from Shoestring Rockinghorse, Button Wagon and The Incredible Incredible, and Dream Science Circus. Stage Left Fri 5:30; Sat 2:00; Sun 1:30 Olive DelSol sings songs with soul that blends

cinema and cabaret with street rhythm and rhyme. She delivers up a heaping helping of magic, science with a dash of storytelling. Kesey Stage Fri 5:15

Omo’s Mountain Dulcimer Revue

Mountain dulcimers picked a chord in their hearts 40 years ago and they’ve been wed ever since. They occupy several styles from early classical to classic rock and have gladdened hearts on the path and in the Village since 1987. Community Village Stage Fri 12:00

The One Handed Superhero of Inspiration! AlejAndro

Anastasio is a professional international inspirational speaker addressing the keys to overcoming obstacles, positive thinking, and living a life of unlimited power. A self proclaimed “Champion of Life,” he believes nothing is impossible if you truly have faith and positive thinking in yourself. www.theguardianofhope.com Youth Stage Sat 11:00; Sun 3:00

Open Mic at Morningwood.

Bring your songs, stories and talents. You are the show! Morningwood Odditorium Fri, Sat & Sun 5:30

Passionflower What happens when you combine music of the Gulf Coast of Mexico, northeastern Brazil, and Cuba? Passionflower plays Afro-melodic grooves sung through metal, wood, larynx, string and hide. Folkloric dance music from the African diaspora tells mythic, multi-lingual stories that invite you to move. New Area Flow Zone Fri 3:30; Sat 1:00; Sun 5:00


Patch Adams & Susan Parenti Rockstop Stephanie Silvia Susan Carr Suzi Prozanski

Patch Adams & Susan Parenti

The School for Designing a Society welcomes those with a passion for changing the world through creative expression. Social awareness and innovation combine to catalyze ideals into activism. Extreme buffoonery permeates the curriculum as participant-aloonists playfully work on projects. www.designingasociety.net Front Porch Sat 2:00

Patch Adams

An American Doctor for 44 years, Patch has designed a hospital that offers solutions to problems in the current system of healthcare delivery. He has clowned for 52 years and led clown trips to care facilities around the world. www.patchadams.org Front Porch Fri 1:00; Stage Left Sun 12:40

P riyo & G ypsy M oon perform a compelling fusion of the sensual commonality in music originating in Africa, the Mediterranean, Latin America and the Middle East. Priyo is an international artist whose soulful melodies bring a culturally diverse and enlivening mix of styles and sounds. Front Porch Fri 5:30; Sun 3:30 Queen Accordionna The Mighty Tiny Puppet Stage is mighty thrilled to host its very own piano again this year! Before and after select shows each day, stick around to enjoy the musical stylings of Queen Accordionna.

Rachel Stirling teaches dance. She has a passion

for blues music-from Piedmont fingerpickin’, gritty swamp, funky boogaloo to entrancing hill country. It’s just got to be real and have soul. She will share her inspiration and get you shaking yours. Dance Pavilion Fri, Sat, Sun 4:20

Recycleman has over 50 original songs about

the 3 R’s - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Peter DuBois AKA Recycleman is also the Manager for Clark County’s Solid Waste and Environmental Education Division and has performed internationally including a tour spanning the entire length of the Columbia River. www.youtube.com/recyclemanmusic Youth Stage Fri 12:30; Sun 1:15

Red Pajamas Melding infectious rhythms with

songwriter craft, Red Pajamas embarks on their 15th season with fresh material and an expanded musical canvas. The group’s polished arrangements showcase delicious harmonies and tasty leads on mandolin, fiddle, accordion, and guitar. Still Living Room Fri 5:30

The RePuppets, a Bellingham, WA based puppet theatre, was born of the collaboration of Ruth and Max, with puppets, props, and stage made from reclaimed materials. Each unique puppet play, addresses a current issue and is meant for all ages; informative, thought-provoking and pun-filled fun. Mighty Tiny Puppet Stage Fri 11:30 & 3:30; Sat 1:30; Sun 2:30 & 5:30 Ricardo Cárdenas A classically trained

guitarist as well as a composer, Cárdenas is originally from Chile, now lives in Eugene, and plays widely throughout the Northwest. He has composed music for guitar, theater

and documentary videos and played with Thomas Mapfumo and The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. www.cardenasmusic.com Shady Grove Fri 1:00; Blue Moon Sat 11:00

Rising Appalachia Like spring tulips bursting

with melodic pollen, soulful sisters Leah Song and Chloe Smith draw from a melting pot of influences that showcase the alchemy of sibling harmonies. Inspired by traditional hymns, old mountain odes, and activist anthems they pull equally from the swampy sounds of the bayou and the contemporary twang of the Appalachian mountains. www. risingappalachia.com Hoarse Chorale Fri 2:45; Main Stage Sun 2:40

Rob Tobias plays an uplifting brand of folkpop with lyrics of social and environmental consciousness. Guitars, fiddles, harmonica, powerful harmonies, a good groove and tunes you can sing and dance to. Their music has a joyful sound with positive messages and good vibes. Kesey Stage Sun 4:15 Robin Jackson Band

Direct from Portland: an eclectic ensemble of all-star musicians serving up a dreamy mélange of original cinematic indie soul, dusty Americana, gypsy tinges pop and blues. Partner dance friendly. Dance Pavilion (with instructors) Fri 4:20; Sat 4:20; Monkey Palace Sun 3:30

Rockstop Inspired by Portland Cello Project,

Two Cellos and the Piano Guys, Rockstop is a group of young cellists (ages 14-18) performing around the community. We play bluegrass, fiddle, pop and classical music arranged for cello ensemble. Youth Stage Sat 1:15

Rose-city Acro Devils (RAD) Timewarp! Join

the RAD acrobats as they take you thru a journey thru the decades of time, from the 50’s thru all the way to the future. Featuring death defying feats of acrobatics, skill and balance, we aim to break the very boundaries of reality! W.C. Fields Stage Fri 4:30; Sat Stage 1:30; Sun Stage 5:30

Royal Famille DuCaniveaux 35+ years as a vaudeville troupe, began on the Fair paths, took their act to Europe three times, always returning to their favorite Fair audiences. Their odd sense of humor leads them until the curtain opens. Some of the lads from NANDA join in! Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 12:30 & 4:30; Sat 1:30 & 4:30; Sun 2:30 & 6:30 Sacred Harp Community Singers Hear this spirited

traditional “shape note” music with its roots in Colonial America. All the parts in this four-part a cappella music are fun to sing, and range from mournful to rowdy – we love it all. Community Village Stage Sun 2:00

T he S aloon E nsemble The original band of misfits delivers twists on pop hits—adding swing, camp, and wild & crazy flare. Come for some thumpin’ sing-a-longs, stay for the unadulterated joy. Monkey Palace Fri 4:30; Sat 2:30 S alseros D ance C ompany Fo u n d e d by A r t i s t i c Director Jose Cruz, Salseros

Dance Company is dedicated to promoting Latino culture through salsa dance and music. We believe in the power of salsa to transcend differences and bring people together, and we are passionate about building community and sharing our love of Latin dance and music. Dance Pavilion Dance at Sun 2:00; Performance, Sun 4:20

Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang! Portland

favorite Scott Law teams up with Ross James from the Terrapin Family Band to present a ruckus set of psychedelic country. Blending a mix of choice originals and a few clever covers these two guitar slingers along with some special guests including Leslie Mendelson, bring their brand new project for you to put on your boots & fly. Main Stage Sat 2:30

S ean A hern

has spent over 25 years working within the realm of music and festival production. His memoir ‘Gurus, Thieves & Holy Cows’ is a collection of tales o f i n t re p i d t r a ve l through 55 countries (and counting!), and encounters with amazing beings. www. seanahern.com Spirit Tower Fri 11:30; Front Porch Fri & Sat 4:00

The Senate of Seattle fuses progressive rock,

jazz, Afro-pop, and folk influences to create joyful, intricate, booty-shaking, danceable music that is guaranteed to melt your face off and leave you smiling for the rest of the day. Come rock out with us! Dance Pavilion Fri 2:00; Sat 2:00

Shanara Lennox is a professional hip-hop dancer from Los Angeles. She teaches a high energy hip hop class focused on fun and learning new moves. Dancers of all levels welcome. WorkIt Shop Fri 1:00; Sat 1:00; Sun 1:00 Sharanam & Friends play world fusion music based on music from India and American Folk Rock. It is a sing along experience where the audience sings call and response. The instruments are electric dulcimer, guitar, hand drums, flute, and vocals. Spirit Tower Sat 11:00; Sun 11:00; Community Village Stage Sun 4:00 Shovelman A junkyard beatnik, shovel guitar-wielding surrealist folk superhero. An enigmatic iconoclast, his music lures you into another place and time. Drawing psychedelic rock melodies out of a barn shovel turned slide guitar, he manipulates cutting edge looping FX to craft broken orchestral experiences. www.shovelman. com Hoarse Chorale Fri 11:00; Shady Grove Sun 11:00 Silver Fox Workshop

featuring Portland puppeteer and sculptor Adam Goldthwaite. You may have seen Adam the last few years wandering the fair paths creating magic with his purring, playful marionette cat. This year his puppetry will feature characters telling stories through folksongs. Mighty

Tiny Puppet Stage Fri 12:30 & 4:30; Sat 2:30 & 5:30; Sun 11:30 & 4:30

Siri Vik & the Red Propellers “Eugene’s own powerhouse songbird” (Eugene Weekly)-Siri Vik and her 5 piece band The Red Propellers bring an old time cabaret/revue vibe with music ranging from French chanson to Kurt Weill to the odd pop cover redux. Exotic, atmospheric, gritty & festive. Daredevil Vaudeville Palace Fri 11:30; Sat 3:30; Sun 5:30 Solovox brings another dose of hand-played

dance music that blurs the line between DJ and one man band. He makes electronic music the way your Granddaddy did: By hand. Furious keyboard chops collide with irresistible dance grooves that will make you and your booty happy. Dance Pavilion Sat 11:00; Monkey Palace Sun 4:30

Soul Vibrator Play a groovy fusion of funk,

electronica, psychedelic, soul, reggae, rock, and jazzy tunes! Their mission is to bring good vibrations to their friends and fellow Soul Mates all over the world! www. soulvibrator.com Hoarse Chorale Sun 11:45

The Stage Left Show Stage Left is the original home of the circus at OCF and this year we’ve got a bang-up cabaret noir detective story. Can our band of anarchist vaudevillians outsmart the evil ringmaster of the Pacific Wheel Circuit and solve the mystery before it’s too late? Stage Left Fri & Sat 12:00 & 4:00; Sun 11:30 & 3:30 Stephanie Silvia A former New Yorker, Stephanie Silvia reconciles the most stirring of seasons, Autumn, between the east and the west coast, between the colors that burn and the subtle shifts of light and fog as the days fade. Chez Ray’s Sat 4:30 Steve Bhaerman

is a writer and humorist who has personified the Cosmic Comic Swami Beyondananda for 28 years. Marianne Williamson calls him “the Mark Twain of our generation.” On the serious side, Steve is co-author of ‘Spontaneous Evolution’, which he wrote with Bruce Lipton. www.wakeuplaughing.com Spirit Tower Fri 12:30

Still Lookin’ Six musicians from Ashland OR, serve up original hand-crafted Rock ‘n Roll. Influenced by bands of the 60’s, old-time classics and New Orleans spice, they are a true band of friends sharing a deep love and respect for the music they create. Kesey Stage Sun 5:15 Strangley stomps back to the Fair with his rollicking, sing-along, one-man cabaret riot. Welcome to his epic world. Get ready to sing your heart out and fight the death of Magic. Monkey Palace Fri 2:30; Sat 1:30; Sun 1:30 The Sugar Beets Calling all Beetniks to come and celebrate 25 years of high energy acoustic dance music with great harmonies! Mixing Bluegrass, Celtic and old-time fiddle with Motown grooves and impeccable musicianship the Sugar Beets can move effortlessly between styles while always keeping their sound fresh and inspiring. www.thesugarbeets.com Main Stage Fri 12:00; Blue Moon Sat 4:45 Susan Carr provides vocal coaching to diverse and award-winning bands, from


Tobin Newburgh

Tom Noddy

Macklemore to Alice in Chains, and the President! She will present excerpts from her novel ‘Ballad of Desiree’ interlaced with songs by Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and Linda Ronstadt. www.susanmcarr.com Chez Ray’s Fri 4:30; Spirit Tower Sat 11:30

Suzi Prozanski interviewing Tom Noddy, the Bubble Man; exploring New Vaudeville’s history of shenanigans at the Oregon Country Fair. Suzi published ‘Fruit of the Sixties: The Founding of the Oregon Country Fair’ in 2009 and is working on a sequel. www.suzipro.com Front Porch Sun 1:30 Swami Beyondananda

aka the “Cosmic Comic”; comedy disguised as wisdom and wisdom disguised as comedy. Bringing together holistic health, personal growth, spirituality, and politics. Steve Bhaerman is co-author of Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There From Here. www.wakeuplaughing.com Spirit Tower Sat 1:30; Front Porch Sun 12:00

Taarka Their music contains many different

styles and influences ranging from virtuoso gypsy-jazz to folky blues and the overall blend is rootsy, warm and intoxicating. After losing their home, studio & vintage instruments to the Colorado floods of 2013, Taarka’s music has risen like a phoenix from the ashes with a new found voice of hope & wonder. www. taarka.com Hoarse Chorale Fri 12:00; Shady Grove Sat 4:45; Main Stage Sun 12:30

Ted Maddry is the Ringleader of Beyond Blues

Dance of San Francisco. He has taught thousands to develop as dancers--taking risks while maintaining a comfortable and entertaining teaching environment. Dancer

of all levels will be challenged and supported. Dance Pavilion Fri, Sat, Sun 4:20

Tobin Newburgh M.Arch, LEED, is a residential designer at Rainbow Valley Design & Construction and has been a sustainability activist for the past 20 years. He last spoke at OCF in 2002 about netzero energy/waste large event production. His passionate anecdotal and fact based presentations are sure to inspire. Front Porch Sat 12:00 Tom Noddy Astounding forms and features

of soap bubbles. If you have kids, find this show. If not, then know that Tom works regularly in nightclubs and has been featured on The Tonight Show and David Letterman. www.tomnoddy.com BUBBLES Rabbit Hole Fri 11:30 & 3:30; Sat 1:30; Sun 3:30 INTERVIEW w/ Suzi Prozanski Front Porch Sun 1:30

Tracktown Swing Lindy Hop is a social dance that originated in Harlem in the 1930’s and has seen a large revival in the recent decade. Mateo Palfreman and Nika Jin of Track Town Swing will be dancing the Lindy Hop true to its original 1930’s roots. Dance Pavilion Sun 4:20

Trashcan Joe looks like an old fashion jug

band with homemade instruments. Their sound is polished and soulful—featuring whimsical originals and energetic show tunes. Trip backwards, and forwards, with the world’s greatest recycling band! Monkey Palace Fri 1:30; Sat 4:30; Morningwood Odditorium Sun 1:30

Trudy Trueheart Bhaerman

Since the 70’s Trudy has been passionately drawn to all

In 2016 look for an all new Artisan Directory that is easier to use and gives more detailed information straight from the artisan. But, artisans we need your help! If you are interested in being in the Directory, please email artisandirectory@oregoncountryfair.org. Booth Addresses: STR = Strolling Crafter; F = Food Cart; L = Left Bank; M = Chela Mela Meadow; W = Sesame St.; TBD = You can check at Information Booths for an updated list of where One Year Only crafter artists are located at this year’s Fair.

Accessories Barnes Belton Bloodgood Brandstetter Brown Carpenter Cushman De Mark De Mark Despacio Easter Fossen Fuenzalida Gardner Gardner Garrett Harper

Hunter Sophia Mesa Danusia Krista Ric Melani Alice Jessie Paco Laurie Jane Gerardo Jackie Robin Nichols Ginger

Trudy Trueheart Bhaerman Ural Thomas & The Pain

973 cloth bags 601 plastic flower bracelets 122 clay horns W11 earrings, hair ornaments, masks 068 adornments, paintings, pottery 586 hardwood combs, hair forks TBD feather clips 601 plastic flower bracelets 601 plastic flower bracelets 046 buttons 079 jewelry, necklaces, kids costumes M58 masks M68 hand sewn leather bags, purses 112 bottles, boxes, hairpieces, jewelry 610 hats, tiaras, baby moccasins, hatpins 930 beaded bracelets L17 hair ties, hair pins, jewelry

things metaphysical, esoteric, celestial and earth-sourced, while immersing herself in holistic practices for wellness and self care. For 28 years she has been partner in adventure to her husband Steve (aka Swami Beyonandananda). Chez Ray’s Sat 3:30

Trunkful

of Faces Puppet Theater are from Eugene. We are a collective of musicians and puppeteers who produce puppet shows for adults and kids alike. The show this year “Because I’m Hoppy” will feature bunny fairies and puppet making. Mighty Tiny Puppet Stage Fri 2:30 & 5:30; Sat 12:30 & 3:30; Sun 1:30

Vida Girls Leapin’ Louie

Ural Thomas & The Pain Ural Thomas will forever be Portland’s pillar of soul. He shared the stage with James Brown, Otis Redding, Johnny Guitar Watson and “Little” Stevie Wonder and played the Apollo 44 times. He has never stopped teaching, singing and loving soul music. The foot stomping days of Jumptown, USA have returned! www. facebook.com/uralthomasandthepain Hoarse Chorale Fri 4:30; Main Stage Sat 6:00 Vida Girls A unique rock n roll circus, the

Two Rivers Morris Morris Dancing is so old

band is the product of years of partying and making music along the Long Tom, McKenzie and other OR waterways. www. facebook.com/theVidaGirls Hoarse Chorale Sun 2:45

UMO Ensemble THE END! Disaster abounds,

The Wanderlust Circus Orchestra crashes and reels like a calliope freight train off the rails, sweating and sighing through standards and originals while the finest circus and vaudeville acts in the Pacific Wheel Circuit show off their explosive best. W.C. Fields Stage Fri 2:30; Sat 5:30; Sun 12:30

even Shakespeare joked about it. Border style has been part of the good times for tin miners & farmers for 500+ years. Part ritual, part party, the seasonal celebrations become urban traditions. Dance Pavilion Sat & Sun 12:00 and no one is getting out alive, but UMO is here to save the day - super hero capes flying and razor sharp tongues at the ready, we can laugh our way out of anything. Aerial and Acrobatics with an attitude. W.C. Fields Stage Fri 1:30; Sat 3:30; Sun 4:30

Uncle-B & Auntie-E & J-Dog Our act is a fun-

filled musical performance by William (an Elementary Music teacher who knows what makes the kids groove), Jason is a professional musician around Portland and sells stuff, and Eve is a musical mom and a scientist by day. www.unclebmusic.com. Youth Stage Sun 4:00

Directory of Artisans

Heneghan Loreen 398 masks, headdresses Hill Tony 062 hat- & headbands, barrettes, earrings Howe Lara TBD hair wraps, messenger bags Hughes Linda Reel strolling necklaces, halos, hairbands, jewelry Huse Laurin L84 packs, bustles Joyer Shane 930 hair clips, wings, head dress, mobiles Kabat Beth 760 pillows, purses, t-shirts, wall hangings Kenney Sue 583 backpacks, clothing Ladovsky Basha 934 purses, travel bags, mixed media art Lamont Samira 465 hula hoops, pendants, purses Lapeyre Carolee strolling jeweled rose garlands Lemanczyk Sierra 662 necklaces on ribbon Lightdancer Isiah 950 bracelets, origami Manzanita Sidney 381 jewelry, buttons, rattles, pottery, bags Marston Virginia 978 blank books Mohr Marilyn L36 books, handmade boxes, lanterns, flowers Moorehead Jayden 930 sachets Murphy Joe strolling peace chains, laser cut wood Murray Donna 045 horns, headpieces, oils, sculpture Mutchler David 760 bracelets, chokers, carved bamboo Nelson India 068 wrist warmers, pendants, dolls Ormes Mabrie TBD cards, papers Pagliaro Shalini 388 backpacks, bags Ramirez Brody 973 cloth bags Rennie Mara 584 rocks, hot pads, pictures, hair pieces Robuck Jeff 051 jewelry boxes

Woodlander play upbeat original American

Folk music, featuring a variety of instruments and musical harmonies. This trio was known to many OCF Main Stage fans as part of the band Wheatfield. We are happy to welcome them back to the stage. Morningwood Odditorium Fri 4:30; Sun 4:30

Work Dance Company brings you a fusion of hip hop and jazz funk in a high energy, powerhouse approach. Using old school and new school techniques and much needed theatrics to bring the dance to LIFE on stage! Get It. Work It. Keep Dance Alive! Dance Pavilion Fri 11:00; Sun 12:00; Sun 4:20

Salvino Jennifer M62 bracelets, necklaces, earrings, pendants Saro’ Troeger Karen 372 book binding, bookmarks, purses, shawls Schafer Nancy 043 earrings, marbled boxes, necklaces Scott Ryan L74 canoe paddles Shemesh Arbel W11 masks, body ornaments Soland Donovan TBD barrettes, leather masks Staalberg Peggy 038 dolls, pouches, cards, coloring books Swisher Dana Sue 593 stoneware beads & pendants Theolass Sue TBD hand dyed hemp bags Turner Laurie 256 Crystal jewelry, pouches, hair clips Vvium Odin 584 horns Nina 077 hair ties, earring Whipp

Baskets Kelz Mark Perkins Linda Peterson Beth Weaver Katrina Sky

Body Art Bloodgood Celeste Coiner Cziglenyi Dixon Dodero

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Directory of Artisans Dodero Tachi 288 face painting Dow Fyona 465 face painting, earrings Emmons Raychel TBD braided hair Fachko Crystal 530 hair braiding Getner Laura Jade strollingbody painting, drums with henna Getner Lynn strolling henna Gregory Maya 149 make over Hall Gaia 044 face painting, herbal, jewelry Hogan Nanci 530 hair braiding, hair decoration/glitter Alice 678 jewelry, face painting, bags Kelly McCausland Irisa strollinghair braiding McDonald Jesse 710 body painting Milo Erika 959 body painting, herbal salve Mountain Fiora strollingfaces painting, horns, jewelry Neff A.J. 530 hair braiding Zane 044 face painting, herbal, jewelry Nickels Painter Therezia 288 face painting Peyralans Okoree 288 face & body painting, braiding Peyralans Tara 288 hair braiding Shewczyk Summer 662 bracelets, face painting, pet treats Shipp Monica 530 hair braiding Taylor Kathleen strollingface painting, body painting, shirts Traister Leah 288 hairbraiding Traister Saara 288 face painting Traister Tanya Davi 288 face painting Diana W09 face painting Trifoso Ward Trillium 044 belly painting, clothing Wilson Daniel 382 henna, wood boxes Zagata Antoinette TBD henna art Zanze Sarah 288 hair braiding

Body Care Angel Rosanna TBD toiletries Anna 306 child-rearing advice Ariel Arnell Gregory 581 handmade soap P10 diapers Bateman Brie Kirk L77 incense, massage oils, mineral bath Bergman Braddock George W34 sauna, showers Brodskey Sienna 149 make over Brodskey Greg Sequoia 149 make over Lynne W34 skin care & body hygiene products Caullay Ed 706 herbal pillows, bath herbs, cat toys Cooley Davidson Wren 959 herbal oils, herbs, baskets Hodges Lilly L74 soap, bottles Joy Denise 382 oils, herbs, teas, tincture bags, soaps Leslie M39 astringent, massage oils, salves Kennedy Shayana M39 healing oils, balms Kennedy King Cynthia 930 lip balm, deodorants, sprays, salves Laughlin Jessica 093 balms, lotions, soaps Levin Mara L73 body care, herbal extracts Otis 044 herbal products Lyod Mello Linda 706 herbal products, pet toys, potpourri Linda 052 information on nudism Metteer Moorehead Owen 930 soap Nieves Rathburn M68 natural body care Dottie 073 mosquito citronella, cremes, soap Simmons Simmons-Woodworth Amber 073 soaps/oils Whitton Willow 093 pillows, comforters Merne 323 lotion, lotion bars, soaps Wilson 073 soaps/oils Woodworth Paul

Candles/Lanterns/Lamps Ali Knudsen La Poma Lessner Little Manis McEwen Mettler Smith Wright

Kate 294 lanterns, candle holders Maureen 913 lanterns, coffee can Daisy 606 lamps, lampshades, panels, pictures Jesse & Linda 244 candles Tim 002 candle sticks, lamps, clocks, furniture Deena TBD beeswax candles Joy 346 candles, soap Andy 978 candlesticks Janie 183 lampshades, nightlights William 386 lanterns, prayer flags, jewelry

Clothing and Hats Alexander Anne Antico Appletree

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Drawing Allan Bloodgood Buckwald Burton Christensen DiBitetto Ewen Heneghan McAuliffe Nelson Newman Pilling Robinson

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Esoteric Arts Beck Jaien Bender Connie Chmielewski Michele Courtman Hazel Riley Estrada Firehawk Debrae Hearsch Roberly Keartes Valerie LaRocca Regina Leilani Ambriel McNutt Mark Nirenstein Felice Paris Carrie Proctor Joan Riggs Jim Torbert-Peek Penny Vanel Steffan Wynne Katrina

594 auric massage, auric reading L86 tarot reading, astrology L34 esoteric, crystal healing, paper arts 194 psychic channeling 496 esoteric, mists, painting, portraits TBD psychic readings, tarot, energy TBD esoteric, verbal & interactive M55 esoteric 194 tarot 195 tarot reading 630 astrology readings 093 tarot readings, shabbos ceremony 077 tarot readings 194 psychic channeling 550 authenticity ancient practices 434 dreambody counselling M55 spiritual insights M55 tarot reading

Fiber Arts Cribbs Donna 540 handweaving Delyth Jen L68 celtic textiles and art Faist Louann M33 wall hangings, yarns, coats & vests Gomez Katie M64 pouches, yarn, clothing, hats, scarves Matthew L40 rugs, hangings, clothing Kakstys Krmpotich Ava TBD baskets, hats Lifschutz Barbara 932 skeins, hangings, potholders, belts Marler-Leon Hunter W13 wallets, duct tape Sheila 522 textile items Mead Nancy 368 potholders, quilts, bags, kids clothing Murphy Nosa Paul strolling embroidery Parish Anita 278 hats, accessories, wands, rattles, clay Peltzer Logon 103 tie dye fabrics Peltzer Mia 103 fabrics Rawlins Mary Beth 983 handwoven items Nancy L29 crocheted bags Smith Speck Janice L12 felt items Touse Jill 610 felt hats, felt balls Truesdell Thalia 616 wall hangings, woven Young Grace Williams 600 knitted bags, bracelets, massage

Forgework Buchner Chandler Fisher Hodson Lukowski Rode Weller

Bill Jonathan Tuli Conrad Michele Matt Margaret

L09 ornamental ironwork, knives 937 blacksmithing, metal sculpture 465 garden tools 319 blacksmithing, sheet metal work items 109 metal work, jewelry TBD ironwork 319 blacksmithing, sheet metal work items

Furniture Bair Berg Bokich Brown Burleigh

Alan Jerry Robb Bonnie Glenn

W28 yurts 941 furniture & wood housewares 073 furniture, pillow 978 indoor/outdoor furniture, wood frames TBD Juniper furniture, Sculpture & bird house Clausen Tor TBD wooden instrument furniture Ewing Constance 941 furniture, picture frames L61 willow furniture, herbal products Frohnauer Tony Kyle TBD steel furnishings Gribbin Gribbin Steve 581 metalwork furniture Ray 496 furniture, woodworking, picture frames Heslep James 224 fine woodworking, furniture Nason Reiter Morgan R. 116 chairs, woodcrafts Walters Tony 262 furniture, clocks, instruments, vases

Glasswork Allen Allord Barry Blair Brittain Fulton Gilliam Hodges Huber Johnston Jones Joyce Joyce Kendall Kendall Kendall Lomont

Jeff 907 stained glass, jewelry, pottery Bill 351 glass mosaic items Nancy L69 etched glass, prisms, stained glass Linda 391 stained glass Linda 600 crowns, stained glass Kevin 085 sculptures, vases, windchimes, fishbowls Debbie 192 glass beads Wesley L74 blown glass Craig 627 stained glass, mobiles, kaleidoscopes Elizabeth TBD glass, torch-formed bottles & pendants Derek 358 paperweights, beads, marbles, medallions Bessie 096 stained glass Bonnie 096 windows, hangings, candle lanterns Benjamin 241 handblown glass Dave 241 vases, feeders, blown glass, oil candles Spencer 241 glass art Patti 941 suncatchers, jewelry, sculpture, masks


Directory of Artisans Markham Linda 931 stained glass Neff Peter 372 glass items Norton Marla 959 stained glass John 350 glass mosaic, bowls, windows, panels Rose Schwartz Ann 599 glassware Schwartz Jay 599 glass crafts Shuster Jay 844 assorted glassblowing Taylor Beth 062 stained glass Valpey Mindy M34 stained glass, fairy dolls Way Andrew J 622 glass art Weinman Debra 596 fused glass plates, dishes, earrings White Matthew 661 glass art/dishware Wiley Marcia Ann L12 blown glass Wolgamot Judy 814 glass items Wood Jirivil 079 delicate floral handmade glass beads

Home and Garden Ali Walter 294 pottery Ames Peter 381 rattles, hair pins, kitchen utensils Aulenbach Sole’ 961 woven willow baskets Neil TBD functional woodwork Austin Eldridge TBD woodwork Baucum Behrmann Helen 051 boxes Boss Steven 983 candleholders, letter openers, $ clips Brandt Sky 832 pottery Brewer Bill L21 wood items Brown Lynne 096 pottery Butler Craig P20 plant hangers & stands, backscratchers Campbell Ted 988 bird feeders, altars/temples Castaing Marcus 051 boxes, frames Charney Jake 657 pottery Chrisinger Dan L44 flowers, herbs Clark Alissa 384 pottery Cummins April 814 wall art Danjiaway Mukoa 654 woodwork Deaderick Mitch 072 lanterns, murals, pottery Elmore K. Joyce L34 pottery Emerson Mary Lou 583 bedding plants, plant hangers, clothing Feman Lynda 657 ceramics Gilkerson Myel 930 light switch plates, cards Reed 095 bowls, boxes, dust brushes, furniture Gray Roger 958 picture frames, knives, carving, leather Green Gross Richard L73 sabbath candle box, wood table lamp Gwatkin Adina 074 tools, painted Haley Bob M70 pottery, stoneware, porcelain Dina P20 plant hangers, plant stands Harmon Havens Thwing 929 plants Hemmer Kathy W20 cutlery Hemmer Michael W20 cutlery Hendrichs Russell 934 bat houses, bird feeders, bird houses Holman Michele L73 mezuzot, bags & backpacks Hough Dave 014 pottery, pottery drums, wind chimes Jones Joanne 192 plants, wooden items, pictures, clocks Martha 141 birdbath, collage Jones Kirchler Uli TBD sculpeted, inlaid woodwork Kritika Teja 636 woodworking Kunihiro Kris TBD pottery Lambert Rosemary L12 sage sticks, cell phone holders Lawrence Bruce 661 boxes, driftwood boxes Jeffrey P42 wood products Layton McClelland Chason 096 woodwork Megown Newt 913 message centers Meyer Peter L08 ceramics Deane L86 picture holders, cig snuffers, candle ho Morrow Nelson Debra L13 pottery Ocean Sunrise W16 mirrors Roberts Doug L34 flowers, herbs, produce Rufo Joanna 824 pottery, ocarinas Russell Liz TBD teapots, mugs, platters, tabletops Ryznar Amanda TBD pottery Sahr Jim 192 clocks, plants, pictures, stained glass Sandall Diane 674 pottery, prints Scheumack Thurman 074 brooms, walking sticks Sears Will 636 woodworking, instruments, wooden bowls Maddie 662 pet treats Sheehan Sheets Brady L34 flowers, herbs, produce Shelly Anne 368 stoneware, Raku ceramics Jim 368 stoneware, Raku ceramics Shelly Sichel Valko 908 bowls, table ware, wall art, barrettes Standley David 622 picture frames, glass items Stang Pete 678 woodworking Steege Paul 824 pottery Jim L17 pottery, wood cabinets Stephens Summy Rusty M61 pottery Kavi 636 woodworking Taraka Tina 824 pottery Tesene Tomlinson Myriah TBD Handcarved pottery Daniel 606 woodenware, leather goods Walling Gary 077 spiceracks, boxes, cutting boards, racks Whipp Williams Linda 147 planters w/plants, cookie jars Wise India 086 ceramic sculpture & boxes

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262 sunglasses, jewelry 262 jewelry 262 jewelry 601 bracelets, earrings & necklaces 958 jewelry, pendants, decor’ve furnishings 670 beaded jewelry, candles, soap L29 sunbeamers, jewelry, wind chimes 022 jewelry, necklaces, beadwork

Champie Ascha 236 barrettes, earrings, bags, pouches Chasescott Jordan L74 necklaces Colvig Sarah 616 jewelry, beadwork items Dubois Kathryn 832 beaded jewelry, beaded leather bags Gibson Shawn L86 jewelry tattoos Gilliam Shade 192 jewelry Hayes Brighton 346 earrings, bracelets Hoffman Lily M34 jewelry, pottery, boxes, face painting Jackson Louise 555 beadwork Keller Cassidy P10 hemp bracelets Robert 262 jewelry Krinsky Lees Angela 183 jewelry Levine Zander Zing 832 beaded anklets/bracelets Lindsay Bridget 657 beadwork MacDonald Inti 116 stonework jewelry Mangiafico Katrina 706 crystal jewelry & hangings, mobiles May Nome 195 beadwork jewelry, bags and boxes Medema Nicole M68 micro-macrame jewelry with set stones Norris Betsy 358 jewelry, quilts, photographs Pagliaro Eve 388 jewelry Rainbow Moon 106 jewelry, rose garlands Rose Michele 465 barrettes, necklaces, bracelets, earring Thompson Louise M43 beaded leather & clothing, garlands Trumbly Asher-Sundancer818 jewelry Walter Summer 262 jewelry

Jewelry - Metalsmithing Acton Judy 384 jewelry Acton Wayne 384 jewelry Amesquita Luis L37 jewelry Bashara Rebecca 116 jewelry, stone, bone & wood Bosch Chris L36 musical spoons Boulton Karen 191 light switch covers, metalwork/jewelry Briggs Jonathan 191 metalwork/jewelry Christenson Chris W06 jewelry Christenson Shani W06 jewelry Crabtree Paul 234 jewelry Cunningham Cindy L63 jewelry, earrings Ditson Bim 410 chain mail jewelry Epstein Robin 674 jewelry, hats Finegold Amanda 684 jewelry, yarn Flying Horse Tara L14 jewelry, garments Frank Donna 670 jewelry Fricano Angelo TBD coin rings Garbarini Mark TBD jewelry Holly TBD jewelry Gonnella Govsky John 586 jewelry, porcelain Guenther Lynn 586 earrings, necklace, rings Healy Siri L09 jewelry, refurbished & recycled Hermany Peter L29 jewelry Hunnel Sue 959 jewelry Hunt Musi 975 jewelry Keith Niki 043 jewelry Delilah 262 jewelry Krinsky La Rochelle Vince 948 jewelry Ledesma Yolanda 002 jewelry, miniature jewelry, clothing Lifschutz Andrew 932 bracelets, earrings, necklaces Lucas Andy 814 jewelry, vessels Lux Carol L50 jewelry, crystals, stone sculpture MacDonald Scott 116 jewelry Madland Ann P42 earrings, ring Magnuson Sarah L74 necklaces, hair art, fairies Marie Keron Terra 181 amulets, jewelry Meichtry Robert 043 jewelry Mellet Vanessa 975 jewelry Merello Shelley L37 jewelry, bracelets, necklaces Mondazom Petala TBD jewelry, pendants Mortinson Laurie L48 jewelry Nunley Karen 481 jewelry, metalwork, sculptures Parker Stone 814 rings, bracelet Plinski Ed M70 jewelry, metal sculpture Porteous Stuart L37 jewelry Resnick Betsy L77 jewelry Reynolds Marjorie 046 jewelry, sculpture Ribeiro Carlos Roberto L04 jewelry, kalimbas Rigg Robert M64 jewelry Rollin Melonie L73 jewelry Rose Eagle 345 jewelry, small sculptures, metal vases Rose Yoli 345 jewelry, small sculptures, metal vases Rosenquist Dan L08 jewelry Ross Tchanan L73 jewelry Ruckert Annette 043 jewelry Thomas 981 jewelry Sauve Scharf Cliff L75 jewelry Scharf Samuel David L75 necklaces Shepherd Dennis 650 jewelry

Shepherd Nathan 650 silver rings Shucart Ram L61 jewelry, flutes Stemper Catherine 153 jewelry Stewart Loth Lorien M59 precious metal jewelry Walter Ruth 270 jewelry White Horse Kate 959 silversmithing jewelry Willestoft Tony 832 jewelry

Leatherwork Alban Susan Amesquita Linda Canal Micah Coulton Arthur Cremonesi Kathleen Cremonesi Stefano Angel Fiorito Freeman Will Groussman Dan Lyons Dustin McDonald Jacob Newman Nied Elke strolling O’Neill Aurora Peek David Ptacek Tera Pyle Beverly Ramirez Rowdy Laura Reynolds Richards Matt Shockey Jakob Siemon Ashley Stamens Cruz Stoft Wesley Dave Summers Tomlin Jai Shanna Trumbly Vineyard Jayme

236 leather bags W16 jewelry 951 leatherwork bags, shoes 951 woodcarvings, leatherwork 684 journals, belts, boxes, bags, purses 684 leather cover, knife cases, belts 434 footwear, clothing, accessories TBD leather and tire bags L04 leathergoods TBD leatherworks 710 leather accessories 225 masks, belts, buckles, horns pyrography - cuffs, belts, guitar straps 667 leather pouches, journals 434 footwear, leather TBD leatherworks 465 cradleboards, moccasins 973 leather necklaces TBD leather footwear 550 tanning tools TBD journals 109 leather masks 270 bags, purses, pouches 236 leather bags & pouches 368 leather mocassins, bags, journals, wrist M55 pocketbelts, footwear, bags, accessories 818 goblin bonnets, jewelry, watch backs 988 leather hip bags, masks, headdresses

Massage Arrache Sondra M55 massage Aulenbach Mahogany 961 massage, baskets Barber Maryann M55 massage Blackmore Michael M55 massage Boehm Dennis 642 massage Bolling Michelle 642 massage Kristen 642 massage Brezsny Burtraw Lisa M55 massage Castle Les 033 shiatsu massage Conner Carissa 033 massage Sarananda 033 Essence of Bliss Massage Davis Ditter Michelle Lynn 033 massage Flaherty Krysi M55 massage Gabonay Erika 202 massage Garton Julie 642 massage Darrell M55 massage Gregory Guidette Molly 642 massage Hanks Byron 202 massage Havenlaw Isa 202 massage Rachel 033 massage Hess Hopps Anamieta 642 massage Hoyt Avery TBD reflexology Jimenez Rosa 593 massage Lien Abigail 642 massage Mace Lori 033 massage & chiropractic Michael 961 massage Madans Mast Donna 642 acupressure, massage Maxson Kimby M55 massage McLellan Josandra M55 massage Kevin M55 massage McLellan Miller Anna 642 massage Miller Kathleen 961 massage Murray Tiffany M55 massage Neubert Jody 033 massage Perry John 642 massage Quinn Megan 202 massage Quint Xenia 033 massage, chiropractic Rutherford Gil 202 massage Jamal 961 massage Sankari Scott Lydia 642 massage Scott Micki 642 massage Sunlight Aradia M59 massage Ulrich Asha Jenny M55 massage Wilson Brenda 033 massage Wood Ilsa S. 961 massage Zabloudil Tonia 202 massage Zimmer Ariel 630 massage


Directory of Artisans

Musical Instruments Benton Romy 975 flutes Brannen Richard Eugene958 drums Bristow Paul 262 stringed instruments Bush Peter 938 marimbas, wood block raceways 205 drum painting Cartwright Kyle Cartwright Matthew 205 drums, gourd rattles Casey Anna TBD string instruments Curtis James Allen TBD stringed instruments, photography DeWein Tyler P15 cigar box guitars Ted 958 guitars, stringed instruments Fairbanks Gibboney Will 002 drums, spoonage, wooden lamps, t-shirts Gray Bryce 210 marimbas, paintings Haislip Randy strolling kalimbas, indian flutes, carved stone Hudgel John 398 guitars, instruments Peter TBD acoustic & electric instruments, jewelry Huiras Brent TBD guitars, woodworking Lennox Lounsbury Ishmeil 908 drum Nagle Braxton TBD Miss. Delta cigar box slide guitars Perkins Michael M37 mini & decorative steel drums, m’biras Charles 230 instruments, bowls Powell Richard L40 tone drums, mallets Randles Michael strolling drums, harp, koras Schraud Shockley Allan TBD didjeridoos Spencer Tyler TBD didjeridoos Jill 630 rattles Talise Thormahlen David L60 musical instruments, woodworking John L72 wind instruments Wydysh

Painting Araujo Cameron 262 paintings, jewelry Ashley Susan 294 paintings, original Nancy 943 kids’ books, cards, journals, magnets Bright Dunnihoo-Ballis Ayla 007 encaustic collage Ericson Moira 115 button press Faist Rick M33 paintings, cards, posters, kalimbas Friedman Mara 959 paintings, prints, cards, painted shirts Henson Mark P34 paintings, prints, cards, sculpture Hutchison Hanna 106 cards, hearts, ornaments, hangings, bags Cada M68 batik clothing, paintings Johnson Lind Jim 387 paintings, cards, posters, t-shirts Linn Mitzi L33 paintings, laser prints Murdock Lizzie W16 paintings, cards Nagle Gael 378 wall hangings, batik prints, t-shirts Nichols Christina L48 paintings, framed prints Ofstedahl Micah TBD paintings Owen Tim 298 paintings, photography, notecards Payne Venka TBD mounted watercolor, cards, pendants Rawlins Jasmin 983 painted rocks, bracelets Rawlins Jason 983 painted rocks, bracelets Standley Carol 622 painted marbled paper, jewelry Summy Jasper M61 hula hoops, oil pastel paintings Willis Markus 230 oil paintings, prints, lamps

Photography Berman Daniel 101 photography Ehmann Rik 948 country fair photos/cards Emerson-Verhoeven Nate583 photos, silkscreened prints Griffin Dennis L25 photographic prints, bronze chimes Moore William L17 photography, woodwork Roche-Bressler Jenny Hannah TBDinstant portable photography Swisher Autumn 950 photography Swisher Jasmine 950 photography, sock monkeys Weinman Richie 596 instant & polaroid photography, cards

Rocks and Crystals Bloom Clark Conley Dutton Frohnauer Garnjost Glass Glass Maynard Miller Norris

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earrings, obsidian windchimes pendants stone, sculpture, crystals, jewelry rocks, hair clips polished rocks boxes, buckles, jewelry, knives crystals, petrified wood, necklaces crystals, stones, mineral specimens crystals, minerals rocks, hemp bracelets crystal balls, marbles, buttons, beads

O’Leary Robertson Rogers Strickling Wood Woods

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strolling marbles L74 carved eggs, carvings, jewelry W11 lapidary work 594 crystals, petrified wood, stones 358 rocks 358 rocks

Sculpture Allen Kim Becker Gary Beekman Chris Berlin Eric Bernardi Sam Brashear Corbin Bush Kolieha Campbell Barb DeRosso James Giampaoli Peter Glassman Barry Goddard Sean James Gross Guthrie Jim Hellner Matt Johnson Cada Kaufman Brianna Kaufmann Bear Keith Jim Keith Tracy MacDonald Megas Moeller Karen Moon Raven Neufield Peter Paulsen Chris Rothrock Jennifer Roxburgh Monica Russo Karen Salvino Steve Sypolt Sam Verhoeven Paul Wilbur Greg Wilson Sally Yap-Alexander Sian Zrihen Jackie

907 stained glass, character pottery 913 ceramics, pottery 496 masks 381 pottery, rattles, jewelry 979 mosaics, pottery 079 sculptures, masks 938 animal sculpture, magic wands, graphic 191 ceramic masks, masks, plates/vessels TBD ceramic monsters 900 wall sculpture, candle sconces, jewelry L60 ceramic masks, gargoyles, planters 227 glass and metal insects 481 sculptures, pet tags, jewelry, knives 988 sculpture, wood TBD drawings, sculpture, mirrors 227 glass and metal insects 063 votive sculpture, masks, totem rattles 063 metal sculpture L13 ceramic items L13 ceramic items 012 3-D masks, images M59 puppets & sculpture, masks, drawings 961 rattle pendants, rattles & shakers 063 votive sculpture, masks, totem rattles TBD ceramic sculptures 078 statue characters, hangings, sculpture TBD masks 959 ceramic sculpture, paintings M62 small & large sculptures & freestanding P10 sculpture, carvings, glass beads 583 sculpture, carved & ceramic L09 metalwork 667 pottery sculpture, fantasy sculpture 351 mosaic tiles, mosaic mirrors 958 picture frames, pendants, lampshades

149 costumes Glassburner John Glassburner Robert 149 costumes, performance, toys Greenberg-Huber Zoe 627 kaleidoscopes & taleidoscopes Herbert Ned 978 hand bound books Hoeper Lothar strolling rose garlands Chloe 116 wands Horn Horn Ella 116 wands Jackson Woody 351 paper cut art Denise TBD books, reassembled Jones 350 kaleidoscopes Marshall Thea Max 106 pipe cleaner bead Merritt Merritt Sophia 106 pipe cleaner bead Micklavzina Alden 674 refrigerator magnets Minke Darren TBD Stained wood art Morningstar Pahos 678 puzzle rings Lawrence L29 funhouse mirrors, kaleidoscopes Pagen Pancoast Jason TBD Shadow boxes Perkins Shilah M37 juggling balls, flowers Scaroni Parker W11 pet rock kits, chopsticks Schrager Mark 380 medicine bottles Durian strolling dancing wings, songbird ocarinas Songbird Starchild-Wolf Fiora strolling flowersticks Swope Liane 141 condom roses & floral bouquets Taylor Katya 382 renaissance ragdolls, costume clothing Torrey Yvonne Rose 818 rose bud jewelry, fairy wands, bags Van Dyke Carol 094 antlers, skulls, furs, hides, taxidermy Weiseth Carl 205 pine cone tailsman, belt buckles Tash 670 “little people” sculpture, fairy hats Wesp Zornes Teyah 348 vertical succulent garden, curiosity box

Toys Bishop Gordon L74 board game Butler Audrey P20 tops Clements Sally 346 sock animals, wooden dolls, jewelry DaughenbaughLaura strolling stick horses, wands, clothing access’s DeFazio Diana 416 wooden toys DeFazio Susanna 416 toys, games Sarid TBD chalk, crayons, paint Ditton Gladiola Lisa Rain 678 dolls Hawley Jennifer L74 board game Lind Jon 095 footbags, juggle balls/sticks, bracelets Ocean Alisa W16 dollhouse, dolls Powell Avery 230 tops, jewelry, spatulas Reis Hollis Ann616 dollhouse, dolls Rodrigues Arkus 931 pencils Roger Roger strolling carousels, pedal saw Ross Dennis 095 footbags, juggle balls & sticks Sheehan Tanya 368 stuffed dolls, animals St. Clair Don strolling flowersticks for juggling Paula 934 stuffed animals, dolls Strobel Thomas Derick 844 wooden puzzles Vaughan Tobin strolling toys, jewelry

Whimsy Artists Beckwith Bray Brounstein Callahan Connon Davis Falbo Friedman Furth

Various Lilly Byron Howie Maeve Patrick Will Elaine Neil Jeanne

299 music M61 hula hoops, prayer card 101 esoteric, scrolls, hangings, stationary 084 spice teas, information, herbs, herb tea 109 fairy figures L08 landing nets 115 buttons, pins from photos, banners 390 baskets, fairy furniture, garlanded hats 207 rainbow ornaments strolling hula hoops, collapsible

Food Booths Afghani Sheesh Kabab and Cuisine L64 Azure Ocean strolling R28 Bangkok Grill Bi-Coastal Cafe 328 Blazing Salads 329 Blintz Booth 131 Brew Dr. (townsends) strolling Cafe 26 320 Cafe LaFayette: “Cajun Cuisine” 400 Cafe Mam 196 Cafe Mundo 174 Cart De Frisco 201 Casablanca M52 Clayton’s Candies strolling Coconut Bliss strolling 182 Cooperative Fruit Dan’s Original Burgers 053 Dana’s Cheesecake L91 Deep Sea Delights M47 Dessert Oasis strolling Divine Balance Fruit Salad 235 Edible Improv R32 El Burrito Shop 282 Fresh Squeeze strolling Genesis Juice strolling 327 Get Fried Rice Golden Avatar L87 Great Falafel 310 L41 Gritz La Ritz Hemp House Grille 041 Herbal Junction strolling Hilltop Bakery P11 Horn of Africa R30 Ice Delight strolling 126 India House Just Desserts by Rosie 018 Knish Bliss M51 Kundari’s Pizza 211 La Tortilla aka La Chalupa W00 Le Petit Gourmet strolling Lovin Oven 772 Ma Ma’s Tibetan Momo’s 286

Main Stage Smoothies 252 Mario Bros. Philly Cheesesteaks 133 Maty’s Peruvian Food 233 Mickey’s Louisiana Gumbo 340 Monster Cookie Co. strolling Nearly Normal’s Gonzo Cuisine 032 New Day Bakery L82 Off the Waffle W08 Old Fashioned Fudge W04 Olive Grove 254 Organic OJ Booth 296 Patti’s Pies 960 Phoenix Rising 011 Pizza Co 326 Rising Moon Organics L56 Ritta’s Burritos L00 Roll On Egg Rolls 152 Sara’s Tamales & Eggs Benedict M45 Sheilagh’s Gourmet 764 Snow Cone Jack’s strolling Springfield Creamery, Inc. 125 Stefano’s Souvlaki 850 P00 Stir Fry Sumo Sushi M50 Sweet Heaven strolling M49 Sweetleaf Cafe The Divine Cupcake strolling The Hundredth Munchy strolling The Lemonade Gourmet 193 The Vegan Truckstop Soyworld 290 The Whole Enchilada 148 Tofu Palace 991 Valentine’s Coffee M35 Veggie Heaven 023 Viva! Vegetarian Grill R26 White Bird’s Cleveland Chicken 916 Wild Berry 315


GET YOUR PEACH ON! OCF LOGO ITEMS 2015 Each year some established crafters at the Fair apply to sell their items with the OCF logo on them; the use of this logo must be approved by the Board, and these are the items that are approved! Seek them out! Start or add to a collection! Get a gift for your peach-happy friends!

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BEADED PEACH PINS & BARRETTES- Native American flatwork (Ponca) Louise Jackson, Archeology Park (555) FUSED GLASS PENDANTS & PINS- dichroic fused glass; etched peach Patti Lomont, Booth 941 BANDANAS- cotton bandanas, original design using logo; silk-screened Brian Alexander, Booth 599 CERAMIC MUGS-hand-thrown pottery; peach design on side (dragons & fairies, too) Kim Allen, Booth 907 SILVER SHADOWBOX PEACH JEWELRY-pendants, pins, earrings, bracelets PORCELAIN PEACHES SET IN SILVER, Jeff Allen, Booth 907 TYE-DYED T-SHIRTS, POCKET FRISBEES, AND BAGS- Joni Kennedy & Greg Shewczyk, Booth 662 SILK PRINTED PRAYER FLAGS & SCROLLS, SHOJI LANTERNS with screened and hand-painted logo Cathleen Coulson Keegan & William Wright, Booth 386 LEATHER SANDALS & LEATHER DRAW-STRING BAGS with silk-screened peach Penny Torbert, Booth 343 SILK SCARVES & WALLHANGINGS, COTTON SHOPPING BAGS with silk-screened peach Diane McWhorter, Booth 175 BLOWN-GLASS PEACH (PAPERWEIGHT OR HANGING) Kevin Fulton, Booth 85 T-SHIRTS with a silk-screened designed peach Diane Fay, Booth M34 CHAPBOOKS / JOURNALS with gold-embossed or batiked peach on the cover Marilyn Mohr, Booth L36 WOODEN HAND MIRROR with screened peach on the back James Nason, Booth 224 SILVER EARRINGS AND PENDANTS, molded peach Lothlorien Stewart, Booth M59 GLASS MUGS, JARS, GLASSES with sandblasted etched logo (peach and fairies) Ann Schwartz, Booth 599 SHOPPING BAGS, T-SHIRTS, WALL HANGINGS, PILLOWS, PATCHES with silkscreened peach Beth Kabat, Booth 760 T-SHIRTS with silkscreened peach Sam Mariposa, Booth TBD ELECTRIC GUITARS carved with peaches, dragons, etc.; SILVER JEWELRY (PENDANTS) cast and carved into peaches Peter Jay Huiras, Booth TBD

As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the OCF relies heavily on the abundance of donated time, talent and resources of literally thousands of people. We would love to be able to thank everyone individually, but given the limits on our space and your time, here are a few individuals and businesses whose contributions over the past year have extended the Fair’s capacity to put on an event of the highest quality and develop our year-round programs. Please join us in thanking and supporting them whenever possible: Andrea Nickel for social media assistance, the gang at TicketsWest; the folks at Travel Lane County; Dana Dedrick and the amazing staff at the Long Tom Watershed Council; the wonderful Eugene Weekly staff; the Kesey family and The McDonald Theatre; everyone at LTD; Pat Cross from Pacific Benefits; Kim and Jeff from JD Fulwiler Insurance; Carrie Fortier from Jones and Roth, CPA; Pat Walsh and the VOX Group; Dana’s Cheesecake Bakery; Tim and Catherine from Our Daily Bread; Eugene Direct Mail Service; Sue Howe; Tom Heneghan and his fire trucks; Dillon and Inbound Northwest Linda Kerr of Go Figure; the generous folks at Groundwork Organics, Sweetleaf Farms & Deck family Farms; Jason Perry and the Honey Buckets crew; Oregon Web Press; Bob Fennessey of the WOW Hall; all the incredibly helpful staff from Key Bank in Veneta and downtown Eugene; the staff at Banner Bank in Veneta;; the fine folks from Silke Communications; Jim Biggs from Quantum Telephone; Gary Nelson from Century Link; Dave D’Vanzo and the staff at Lane Electric;; and our dear friend Thom Lanfear. Special thanks to Russell Poppe our attorney; thank you for your invaluable advice, professional services and creative work on behalf of the Fair. Members of the Veneta community have worked with us since 1996 to make the event run more smoothly. This year thanks go to Mindy Sandford, Kyle Schauer and Ric Ingham from the City of Veneta; Veneta Mayor Sandra Larsen and all the Veneta City Councilors; Lane County Commissioner Jay Bozeviech; Sgt. Doug Osborne of the Lane County Sheriff’s Office; Fire Chief Terry Ney and the staff from Lane County Fire District 1; Lane County Land Management; the Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce; And last but never least, there are literally thousands of volunteers who donate huge amounts of time and expertise to the Fair and who deserve recognition for their extraordinary generosity and commitment. From Culture Jam, to Fair Philanthropy, to our ongoing efforts to steward the Fair’s resources and promote the Fair’s vision and values in all we do, we are blessed by your generosity and creativity. We couldn’t do any of it without each and every one of you! Thank you so, so much.

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