Oct 07 Friday
The CVA Galleries will present their Fall Exhibition. Opening reception is October 7th from 5-7pm. Exhibit runs October 3-28 daily from 8AM-10PM.
The Center for Visual Arts Galleries provide students and community artists the opportunity to gain experience by showing their work in contemporary gallery spaces.
The six galleries, located at Southern Oregon University, are maintained by a Gallery Director and three Assistant Directors.
For any inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
Announcing the 3rd Annual Humboldt Latin Dance and Music Festival coming to the North Coast this October 6th-9th. Celebrate the beautiful dances and music from Cuba, the Caribbean, Africa, Brazil, Columbia and more! You are invited to join this amazing 4- day latin dance and music festival whether you are coming for the music, the dancing or both! Workshops are taught by world- renowned dance professionals with three evenings of late night dance parties, including live Salsa bands and latin music DJ's. The event kicks off Thursday night, October 6th with a pre-party fundraiser event featuring The Latin Peppers at Redwood Raks. Friday's Salsa dance party with Tropiqueño at Humbrews, will get you dancing for sure! Guest DJ's host a two-room dance party on Saturday night, October 8th for all the best latin dance vibes and the hottest dance music. The festival boasts a mix of 20+ beginning through advanced level workshops throughout the weekend. All Workshops are held at Redwood Raks, in the Creamery District, Arcata.
Event guests will learn Salsa, Cuban dances, Bachata, and many others you can find on their website: www.HumboldtLatinDance.com .
Whether you are headed to the coast for a weekend get away, or looking for weekly produce for your meal planning, the Cave Junction Farmers Market is your one stop shop. Enjoy weekly music as you dance, eat dinner and experience this great family friendly community event. Eat Local. Shop Local and support the local farms, ranches and crafters.
Which Way The Wind Festival returns Oct. 7-15, with multi-disciplinary artspresentations, panel discussions and two contests, one for visual artists and one forsongwriters. Individual festival events will begin at 7 p.m. at Synapsis in Eureka, withthe exception of a Madaket Bay Tour, which is at 1 p.m.
The festival's mission is to engage the Humboldt community through the arts to advocate and support actions for peace and increase awareness of the perils and costs of nuclear weapons and global climate threats.
Visit whichwaythewind.org for more information, a complete schedule of events andto purchase tickets. Festival Chairperson Jack Irvine is also available for festival questions at (707) 407-9667.
Oct 08 Saturday
Southern Oregon Pride Parade & Festival Community Carpool From Medford - NEW TIME
All are welcome to join the fun and meet new people!
10:30 am Carpools will leave from the parking lot of Medford First United Methodist Church, 607 W. Main St., Medford, OR so we recommend arriving at 10 am to allow time to meet fellow carpoolers, those willing to drive and discuss what time they plan to return.
12pm Ashland Parade begins then the Festival at Lithia Park Bandshell
(Event Hosted by sopride.org)
Southern Oregon Pride Parade & Festival Community Carpool
10:30am Carpool from Medford First United Methodist Church607 W. Main St., Medford, OR
12 pm Ashland Parade then Festival at Lithia Park Bandshell
About Medford First UMC:
We want to know you!
All are welcome to worship with us 10:30 Sundays.
Open holy communion is offered the first Sunday of each month.
Whether you are straight, gay, transitioning or questioning,we offer a safe place for you to discover the love of Jesus and a community.
If you know what you believe, or are an agnostic doubter,recovering from a previous church experience,or a long time Methodist,we understand it is more important to experience grace and communitythan it is to claim a dogma.
See our complete invitation statement at MedfordUMChurch.org