Festival Noons Provides More In-depth Insights
From June 17 through August 31, Oregon Shakespeare Festival offers Festival Noons. Learn more about the plays, about the people who create, direct, act at the Festival.
- Wednesdays and Fridays, lectures by visiting scholars, directors, actors, technicians etc.
- Thursdays, Preface Plus provides an in-depth analysis of one of the plays.
- Saturdays, workshops, forums or lecture/demonstrations.
- Tuesdays and Saturdays, Free Park Talks.
For more details on each day, and for the Festival Noons schedule: June and July schedule. August’s schedule will be coming soon, same webpage!
Tickets are available online or at the Box Office.
Prices are $12 for adults, $10 for members, $8 for youth (ages 6–17).
The Ashland Fly Shop: a Spey Clinic at Touvelle Park
Ashland Fly Shop has invited back George Cook, a Sage Sales Rep. on March 9 2014 to conduct a Spey Clinic.
George is a gifted caster and an entertaining teacher. His approach to casting while technical, is very practical and experienced based.
The class will focus on sink-tip fishing with Skagit lines and the appropriate casts to accommodate sink-tip fishing, like the double spey and Snap-T family of casts.
All skill levels are welcome. If you have a spey rod, bring it. We can evaluate your rod/line set-up and make sure it is well matched and properly rigged. If not, there will be plenty Sage and Redington rods to use.
When: Sunday, March 9, 9am to 2pm
Where: Tou Velle Park
How to Pay: Call the Ashland Fly Shop (541) 488‑6454, stop by,
or purchase online. Class size is limited to 10. Be prepared for winter weather, bring a lunch/snacks/drinks if necessary
Kenneth Frantz, presents his book Berkeley-Paris Express, Mon July 15 at Ashland Community Center, 7:30pm
I’ve always admired Maya Angelou, I think Shakespeare would have too.
The provocative declaration “Shakespeare must be a black girl” starts this lovely Atlantic Monthly article essentially saying that: “The poetry you read has been written for you, each of you—black, white, Hispanic, man, woman, gay, straight.”
The 9th Annual Science of Wine — Focus on Oregon Wine
Sponsored by The City of Ashland, The Erath Foundation, and Royce Real Estate, proceeds benefit Science Works educational programs.
Winemakers’ Dinner and Live Auction
Thursday, May 3rd, 6 – 10pm Location: Ashland Springs Hotel 212 E. Main St. Ashland, OR 97520
Tickets: $75–85 (non-members)
An elegant and delicious evening at the Ashland Springs Hotel featuring 7 World of Wine award-winning wines expertly paired with dishes prepared by renowned area chefs.
Evening of Exploration
Friday, May 4th, 6:30 – 9pm Location; ScienceWorks Museum 1500 E. Main St. Ashland
Tickets: $15–20 (non-members)
Guests choose from The Art and Science of Barrels & Wine with Phil Burton of Barrel Builders and John Quinones of RoxyAnn Winery, Wine-Tasting 101 of French Varietals with Ron Stringfield of Galaxy Wine Distributors and Fermentation Transformation with winemaker Linda Donovan. Includes paired food and wine reception. Limited seating. Read More
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
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
The first ecologist to closely study the Siskiyous said that they were “…as dramatic an expression of relations of natural communities to geological formations as is to be found anywhere in the world.” This class will explore the surrounding landscape from both a geological and a botanical perspective, as we learn how plants in the region have adapted to four distinctly different habitats – from the valley floor to Bigelow Lakes.
Date: June 4th, 2011
Location: Deer Creek Center, Selma, OR
Instructor: John Roth, MS
Naturalist Certificate, kids aged 8+
Click here to sign up for this class.