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Klamath Bird Observatory Bird Walk, 3/3/12


Klamath Bird Observatory guides bird walk at Emigrant Lake

Birding Klamath

Titmouse, photo by Ellen

When: Sat, March 3, 8am – 12pm

Join KBO contractor, volunteer and local bird expert Frank Lospalluto for an exploration of the habitats at Emigrant Lake. This popular local birding spot hosts wintering ducks and shorebirds, as well as Bald Eagle, Osprey, and, if we’re lucky, Golden Eagle. We’ll also look for woodpeckers, Oak Titmouse, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, many wintering sparrows, and other birds that inhabit the unique oak woodland and shrub habitats surrounding the lake.

Meet at 8:00 am at the Northwest Nature Shop in Ashland. Limited to 15 participants. To register, call 541–482-3241.

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February 28th, 2012

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Siskiyou Field Institute: Introduction to Bryophytes, 3/24 & 3/25/12


Bryophytes (mosses, liverworts, and hornworts) are tiny but important components of Pacific Northwest ecosystems. The Klamath/Siskiyou bioregion supports an amazing diversity of these fascinating non-vascular plants. In this class, students will learn about the basic biology and ecology of bryophytes, and will also learn to identify common species in the field. Class time will be divided between lectures, lab, and field trips.

Date: March 24th and 25th, 2012  Location: Deer Creek Center, Selma, OR

Instructor: Scot Loring Tuition: $100

Naturalist Certificate

Click here to sign up for this Siskiyou Field Institute class.

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February 24th, 2012

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Camelot Theater “Gypsy”, 3/21 thru 4/22/12


Gypsy plays at the Camelot Theater in Talent Oregon — March 21 – April 22

Gypsy at the Camelot Theater, Talent Oregon

Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Arthur Laurents, suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee.

This Tony Award winner is a gripping story of one of the most frightening aspects of show business: the stage mother! The story starts in Seattle with Mama Rose pushing her two daughters into Uncle Jocko’s Kiddie Show. June, her mother feels, is the most likely to become a star. Louise is plain and quiet and stands meekly in her sister’s shadow. Along the way, Rose meets Herbie, a theatrical agent, and hires him as their manager. Read More

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February 21st, 2012

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ePublishing Mystery and Crime Fiction, 3/18/12


ePublishing Workshop

Ashland Mystery Readers Group sponsors an ePublishing workshop on Sunday, March 18, 2012 from 12–4 at the Ashland Public Library, Ashland, OR

Join mystery readers and writers to find out about the ins and outs of ePublishing. From editorial and marketing, to production, you’ll learn about ePublishing from successful Pacific Northwest authors and expert publishers working right here in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. Read More

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February 20th, 2012

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Author, LJ Sellers presents “The Sex Club” at Bookwagon, 3/17/12 6pm


Ashland Mystery Readers Group

At the Bookwagon, Saturday March 17, 2012 6pm

LJ Sellers printed The Sex Club in 2007. It was a controversial thriller that opened with the bombing of a birth control clinic, a young woman dead in a dumpster and, as Sellers says, a Bible study group that shared more than Good News. Who knew that Sellers’ first quiet effort would be followed by a series so successful that she can now write full time.

For more information go to Ashland Mystery Readers Group

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February 20th, 2012

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Oregon Cheese Festival, 3/7/12


Rogue Creamery Cheese

Join us for the 8th Annual Oregon Cheese Festival at the historic Rogue Creamery on the Artisan Corridor in Central Point.

When: Sat March 17 10:00 AM 4:00 PM

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February 17th, 2012

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5th Annual Ashland Fly Shop Gear Swap and Sale, 3/3 & 3/4/12


Fly Rods for Sale

Calling all Fly Fishing enthusiasts!

This is an excellent opportunity to get into some great used gear at great prices! Event begins at 10 am and as in previous years there will be goodies & coffee on hand.

Will Johnson says he’s got quite a few rods to put out from Sage, Redington & more as well as reels from top manufacturers. Gear bags, fly tying materials and tools, and loads of fly lines – spey & single hand, fly boxes, travel tubes, clothing. Read More

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February 9th, 2012

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SOU Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 3/1 thru 3/11/12


A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
Hoping to elope, imperiled lovers Hermia and Lysander flee to the forest of Athens, pursued by Hermia’s jilted fiancé Demetrius and his pining ex-girlfriend Helena. Hi-jinks ensue when the four cross paths with feuding fairy royalty, a mischievous sprite named Puck, and a troupe of overmatched amateur thespians, (mis)led by a vainglorious ass named Bottom.

Director: David McCandless

For more details www.sou.edu/theatre/raccoon.html in Ashland Oregon theater

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February 1st, 2012

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So. Oregon Repertory Singers: Mozart and More, 2/14/12


Mozart and More

Live music in Ashland Oregon

Sun., Feb. 12, 2012 – 3:00pm
SOU Music Recital Hall, S. Mountain Ave., Ashland
Free pre-concert lecture 2:00 pm

Mozart & More is this year’s homage to the music of Mozart, and to one of his most important musical influences, Georg Friederich Handel.

Highlighted works will include two Handel pieces written about the crowning of Solomon: Coronation Anthem #1 from Zadock The Priest, which has been performed at the coronation of every English monarch since its composition, and portions of From the censer curling rise, from the oratorio Solomon. Read More

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January 24th, 2012

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SOU Theater: Raccoon Earns His Stripes, 2/24 thru 3/11/12


Raccoon Earns His Stripes by Brent Florendo

For the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest, winter is the time for stories. Brent Florendo’s highly interactive play brings to the stage the ancient folklore of the Wasco tribe of the Columbia River Basin and Cascade mountains as told to him by his mother, Alice. Raccoon finds that everything in his world is alive and its inhabitants help him learn about their inherent interdependence with humor, song and dance.

Director: Chris Sackett

For more details www.sou.edu/theatre/raccoon.html in Ashland Oregon theater

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January 24th, 2012

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