Groundhogs Unite: First Friday Arts For February
February, already? We're not complaining... how could we object to the arrival of the month that includes Black History Month, St. Valentine's Day, and other highlights?
It's a short month, but an action-packed one, and we aim to cram as many arts events as time allows into the February edition of our First Friday Arts segment. For listeners, it's a buffet of arts events from around the region, called in to 800-838-3760.
We invite arts organizations from all around to call in. If that includes you, feel free to grab a phone.
This month's calls came from:
- Special Olympics Oregon, with a party at its Polar Plunge in Medford
- No Shame Theatre in Eugene, and open-mike event
- Livia Genise Productions, offering Rogers and Hammerstein
- ScienceWorks in Ashland, debuting its "Wild Music" exhibit
- Cascade Theatre in Redding, with multiple events
- Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland, opening "Beehive" and other events
- Britt Festival in Jacksonville, with announcements about the coming season
- Ashland Art Works on Oak Street, announcing First Friday Art Walk events
- Shepherd's Dream in Ashland, with art and music
- Rogue Valley Symphony, bringing pianist Peter Serkin to town
- Grants Pass Museum of Art, presenting art and a big fundraiser
- Camelot Theatre in Talent, opening "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"