Jun 09 Friday
The Grants Pass Museum of Art welcomes you to view an art retrospective showcasing the talents of Ashland-based artist Gabriel Mark Lipper. This exhibition provides an interesting reflection on his work over the past 15 years, its evolution, and the continued thread that ties them together.
In 1991, Gabriel Lipper was inspired by a painting by Matisse that eventually became the beginning of Fauvism. From that moment, he was hooked. Although doing art in his early childhood, he began a serious formal and informal journey to learn and create. Currently based in Ashland, he has traveled extensively to many countries seeking out fine art masters of interest. Each step of the way, his viewpoint has shifted and matured, and his overall mantra is “Be Present.”
Gabriel considers this exhibit almost a retrospective because it covers over 15 years of his art. The work is broken into categories: Insomnia, The American Dream, Thoroughbred, Faces, and much more. This exhibition is not to be missed.
Game KnightMondays, 8pm*one purchase min*
No matter what kind of Knight you are, we have a game for you! The Black Sheep Pub is delighted to bring you an evening of food, drinks and games. Bring your own, or pick something from out game table.
In conjunction with FunAgain Games who supplies us with a rotating selection.
Jun 10 Saturday
FARM Club encourages kids to choose their own fruits and vegetables to promote healthy eating.Parents with kids 3 to 15 years old can sign them up to receive FREE tokens worth $4.00 towards the purchase of fruits, vegetables, or food producing plants.Healthy Shasta’s FARM Club booth will be at the Saturday Redding Farmers’ Market, 777 Cypress Ave, 7:30 am – noon beginning June 3 through June 24.FARM Club will then move to the Wednesday Burney Market from July 5 – August 2, 3:00 – 6:00 pm.Healthy Shasta coordinates FARM Club with the Shasta Growers Association. EBT is accepted at all certified Shasta County markets.For more information visit HealthyShasta.org or call 530-225-5351.
The first day of school for your child may seem months away, but school districts are holding kindergarten registration now! Every school district in Coos and Curry counties is holding kindergarten registration between April and August. Registration is necessary to determine classroom and staff placement, materials, bus schedules, and much more.
Through the registration and screening process, you and your child have the opportunity to become familiar with school district staff and receive materials to make the transition to kindergarten easier. Parents or legal guardians registering their children must bring a few things, including a copy of the child’s birth certificate, current immunization records and proof of residence, like a utility bill or lease agreement.
To learn more about kindergarten registration, call your local school district
We can't wait for another show with Jason Dea West! Sure to be fantastic! He always puts on show worth seeing, rain or shine!Join us at the stage at Wild Wines for an evening of music, food, wine and friends. Chomp food truck will be serving delicious food.Family friendly, come early to guarantee seats, or bring your own chairs/blankets. Suggested donation of $10 all goes to support the musicians!See you there!
Jun 11 Sunday
Join us with the Danielle Kelly Trio live on the outdoor garden stage at Wild Wines, Sunday June 11th. Music begins 5:30pm. Arrive early to guarantee a seat or bring your own chairs and blankets please.Family-friendly event with food available from Kumpunny's Korean Fusion Cuisine. Suggested donation of $10 all goes to the musicians.Danielle Kelly Trio is a female-fronted, feel-good vibe curation. Jazz, retro, and original neo-soul. S