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Join in the fun and race this 5K with Girls On The Run at Maurie Jacobs Park to support Ophelia's Place. Ophelia’s Place is committed to helping girls make healthy choices through prevention, support and education.
The Oregon Relays combine the Northwest’s premier High School meet with the Northwest’s premier College/Pro meet to form a riviting two day super meet with over 70 teams and thousands of athletes and fans.
The well-attended annual Short Yards swim meet returns to Willamalane in April for a weekend of stellar swimming trials.
ACT-SO, an acronym for Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics is produced by the NAACP yearly to highlight and celebrate youth participation in the arts and academia. Rooted by the conviction that all students can succeed at the same or superior levels as their counterparts locally, across the nation and abroad, this annual showcase features an array of performances to enjoy. Dance, drama, music, visual arts, poetry, essay, oratory, science and entrepreneurship will all be rep... Visit Website
Come join our Tasting Room Coordinator, Brant Dutton, as he pours an amazing, local Pinot Noir from Abbelone, as well as a few other talented local producers. Abbelone is nestled among old growth pines on a Southeast facing slope in the Southern Willamette Valley. Bring a friend, sip, relax and explore our amazing local wine industry.
This celebration of a legendary band and an unforgettable journey moves onward with the Spring Tour West 2014 "Continuing the Grateful Dead Concert Experience". Come and see the Dark Star Orchestra at this all-ages performance.
Kids and family are invited to sing and dance their way into the weekend at Family Music Time! Kris Olsen of Do Re Play inspires learning through musical exploration and play on April 19. On April 26, join Anahid Bertrand of Early Ears. She's fluent in musical fun and six languages! Admission is free.
Come join the fun as we read and share wonderful picture books and play matching games and activities. Each child will have the opportunity to pick a book of their choice from a large selection of engaging (new) books to treasure and enjoy.
Don’t miss the egg-citement as trained leaders provide games, crafts and other spring time activities, followed by a traditional Easter egg hunt! Held indoors at the park. This event is limited to the first 70 children, ages 2 - 7. Pre-registration is required.
Celebrate Easter with this amazing egg hunt in Cottage Grove's scenic Bohemia Park! There will be prize tickets in certain eggs and grand prize drawings for boys and girls at the end of all the hunts. Bounce houses and other fun activities await all the young ones who join in the festivities. The day's schedule is reserved as follows: 1 p.m. hunt is for birth to 3; 1:15 is for ages 4 - 7; 1:30 for ages 8 - 11. Registration begins at 11 a.m.
The Earth Day Celebration features earth-friendly information booths, vendors, bake sale, book sale, plant sale and live music. Browse thousands of plants including perennials, flowering shrubs, fruit trees, heirloom vegetables, herbs and Bonsai. Shop decorative and functional garden items such as birdhouses and up-cycled garden art. A great selection of gently used garden and cook books will also be for sale. The kids’ corner offers gardening crafts and face painting. A silent auction will run ... Visit Website
Admissions to the Exhibit Hall and Exploration Dome are free during our annual Earth Day Open House. Come one, come all to enjoy earth-friendly activities with the SLUG Queen and learn what you can do to promote a healthy planet.
One of the best Easter Egg Hunts in Eugene! The hunt is free and open to children fifth grade and younger. Over 7500 eggs, bounce house, pictures with the Easter Bunny and great door prizes. Bring the whole family for a memorable Easter celebration together!
Live, bone-crushing roller derby! This is a family-friendly all-ages event full of excitement and fun. Tickets are available at the door and online.
In 1905, in the little village of Anatevka, a poor dairyman named Tevye tries to instill in his five daughters the traditions of his tight-knit Jewish community in the face of changing social mores and the growing anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. Rich in historical and ethnic detail, Fiddler on the Roof has touched audiences around the world with its humor, warmth and honesty. Directed by Peg Major.
Fine jewelry, gems, beads, crystals, gold and silver, minerals and much more at manufacturer’s prices. Over seventy exhibitors from around the world with showcases to marvel as you browse the vast displays. Jewelry repair while you shop. Free door prizes.
Bust out your dancing shoes and party like you’re seventeen again! Join us in your formal prom attire for champagne jello shots, photo-ops, food and live DJ Nate Robertson. Beer and cider available on tap. Call by April 16 to reserve your wrist corsage at $15, or boutonniere for $7. 21-and-over only. All food and drink is available for purchase.
This hunt is an EGGstrodinary Easter celebration! Hunt for your share of more than 20,000 eggs and prizes. Take a stroll around the cookie walk, participate in games and crafts, and ride on the Willamalane Train. Live entertainment by Steel Magnolias. Be sure to bring your camera to snap a photo with Hops the Easter Bunny. Purchase advance tickets at any Willamalane facility beginning April First.
Known for their dark, hardcore delivery as exemplified by the single Shook Ones Pt. II, Mobb Deep has become one of the most successful rap duos in hip hop. The University of Oregon Cultural Forum is proud to welcome the legendary Mobb Deep to the iconic WOW Hall in Eugene.
Lane Fire Authority proudly assists in the arrival of the Easter Bunny to this year's Veneta Easter Egg Hunt! There will be prizes, storytime at 10:15 a.m. and more. Ages 1 - 12 welcome. Please bring your own basket.
Visit the Easter Bunny, get a free gift and have your photo taken! Photo packages vary in price. Please call or visit the website for details.
Willamettans Easter Egg Decorating and Hunt! Put on your best (birthday) suit and join in the fun. Visit the website or call for details.
This event has been CANCELLED. Wander through the budding vines and tranquill water garden as you search for hidden Pfeiffer wine bottles filled with treasures, discounts, free glasses of wine, free picnic baskets and one grand prize bottle!
This classic and elegant Easter brunch features a crepe and omelette station, carving station with glazed ham and crusted beef strip loin, pasta station with smoked salmon and shrimp, eggs benedict, a large dessert selection and more! Meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for some eggs at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Reservations required in advance, last seating at 2 p.m. Little ones under five eat fo free.
Come celebrate Easter with the Valley River Inn. Enjoy traditional selections such as glazed ham and roasted leg of lamb, or indulge in the delicious omelet, waffle and seafood stations. Adults, $38; kids, $18; under age five, free.
Enjoy a scenic Easter dinner on the Florence coast at the Surfside Restaurant. Your choice of entrees will include a hand cut bone in New York roast, chardonnay chicken breast, stuffed sole and fettuccini primavera, all offered with select sides and an amazing dessert. Reservations are encouraged.
Let our family cook for your family this Easter Sunday! The Excelsior's brunch features farm fresh egg dishes, a carving station with house smoked prime rib and breads and pastries from our in-house pastry chef.
To celebrate Easter Sunday, this holiday breakfast includes delicious crab and asparagus eggs benedict on a toasted English muffin and topped with our fresh made from scratch Hollandaise sauce. For dinner, enjoy a choice center cut filet mignon, beautifully topped with a creamy crab Oscar. Served with pan seared asparagus with made from scratch bearnaise sauce and your choice of scallops or garlic mashed potatoes. Vist the website or call for more details.
Well-known comic Doug Benson performs his iconic sets to ring in the day after the "festivities" of 420 at this all-ages show.
The English Department at the University of Oregon hosts author Gish Jen for this reading from some of his award winning literature at the Knight Library Browsing Room. Part of an ongoing series through May that features celebrated Asian American authors visiting the University. Free and open to the public. Call or email for more details.
Cinema Pacific is an annual spring festival featuring films and new media from pacific-bordering countries, including the US West coast. This year’s festival features visiting filmmakers and scholars from all walks of life sharing unique their experiences and passions.
"Rain" covers The Beatles from their early beginnings through the psychedelic late 1960s and their long-haired hippie, hard-rocking rooftop days. This is a multi-media, multi-dimensional experience, a blend of historic footage juxtaposed with special effects and live music sung and performed by the cast.
The documentary film Kenya Boran explores problems posed for rural Boran herdsman and their familiesin the Marsabit District of northern Kenya, as globalization encroaches and climates shift.
The Downtown Eugene Public Library will host an illustrated talk on The Tutankhamun Textiles by Nancy Arthur Hoskins. Hoskins will talk about the textile treasures found in Tutankhamun's tomb, including belts, collars, head coverings, gloves and garments embellished with embroidery, beads and woven bands. She will focus on the Tunic of Tutankhamun, a complete linen tunic still beautiful and colorful after three thousand years. Admission is free.
This lecture based symposium seeks to "Awaken the Dreamer" in us all, to create a change in consciousness and challenge corporate rule, building a sustainable, spiritual, socially just and peaceful world.
This combination gallery opening and Fringe Festival party will feature filmmaker and visual artist Vanessa Renwick’s installations "Hunting Requires Optimism" and "Medusa Smack." This disiplay features interactive digital works and video remixes of classic Taiwanese cinema, plus Taiwanese dance, music, and refreshments. For members of the Museum, a pre-party will be held from 5 - 6 p.m.
Classical pianist Gus Russell performs at Meriwether for Friday's Sparkling Nights! Enjoy great live music, food for purchase from Comforts Mobile Cuisine, complimentary wine tastes and local beer and cider on tap! Spring is now in bloom at beautiful Meriwether winery. Admission is free, food and drink by purchase. Start the weekend off right at Meriwether!
Jake Shimabukuro, a ukulele virtuoso known for his complex finger work combining elements of jazz and rock will preform a memorable and eclectic set at the Historic McDonald Theatre. All-ages welcomed
Stroll through "The Whit" to see 20 public works of art ranging from wall murals to sculptures. Neighborhood galleries, artist studios, eateries, live music venues and tasting rooms open their doors to share local exhibits and promote local art. The Whiteaker neighborhood is located just northwest of downtown Eugene around Blair Blvd.
Be part of the gala opening reception for the new exhibit The Human Touch, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. From serious to whimsical, realistic to abstract, the exhibition features over forty artworks devoted to creative interpretations of the human figure, reflecting astounding diversity in media and people.
Featuring floral and plant displays, flower arrangements and informational exhibits, this spring flower show by the Willamette District Garden Clubs will provide inspiration for gardeners of all experience levels. Free and open to the public.
Join us as we celebrate Lindsey Belleau's second solo show at the Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts (MECCA). Of her art, Belleau says "...I began to paint and draw and cut and paste until the canvas was changed as my personality unleashed itself upon it. With practice and dedication, my work will come to look more and more like me, like I want it to be, like I want me to be." Lindsey has been a MECCA Maker for five years, you can also see her work at Raise a Glass to MECCA with the Or... Visit Website
This special exhibit showcases has a multitude of prints, from heroic portraits of agrarian leader Emiliano Zapato to punk rock renditions of artist Frida Kahlo. Visit the museum, explore and connect with the history featuring the strong tradition of political art produced in Mexico.
Art by Artists with Autism, presented by KindTree and Autism Rocks. Enjoy a glass of wine as you explore this unique artistic exhibit featuring amazing creations by people living with autism.
Two contemporary Oregon artists offer two substantially different but equally innovative approaches to both the working class reality of Portland and a mythologized natural fantasy world in this groundbreaking exhibit.
What is in the food we eat? Are fruits and vegetables important? Can everyday activities burn calories? Families, children and school groups will find the answers to these questions by exploring the worlds of nutrition and fitness in Eat Well, Play Well, a new, bilingual (English/Spanish) hands-on science exhibition which examines healthy living strategies by teaching the science of making healthy food choices. Presented by partnership with Cafe Yumm!
Come in and witness history at the Springfield Museum with this exhibit that celebrates one of America's most iconic authors, former Springfield High graduate, Ken Kesey! The exhibit will look at Kesey's life, his time in the area and have personal items on loan from the Kesey family to view.
This incredible exhibit from local artist Mike Van includes paintings, drawings, watercolors and prints spanning 57 years of artistic creation. The Maude Kerns Art Center is Eugene’s oldest non-profit community center for the visual arts.
A fun and unique exhibit that features teachers from kindergarten-high school and art submitted from schools across Oregon. This year the focal theme of the display explores the relationship of food to art, drawing inspiration from the idea of healthy eating.
The Jacobs Gallery presents an exhibit featuring three showcases that play on the theme of Rhythm. Rhythm in Brush, by Joneile Emery, highlights the combination of "Glo-neon" and watercolor, challenging her audience with "startling perspectives that could cause them to feel a bit off balance." Rhythm in Line, by Kelli MacConnell, utilizes images of our natural surroundings to create richly detailed prints as "a vehicle to understand our role in the natural world; relating to civilization while r... Visit Website