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|Welcome to the events calendar for the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region. Thousands of events take place each year. Music and ethnic festivals, Broadway performances, museums, sporting events and guided hikes are some of the exciting events that happen here.|
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The Red Cane Theatre is celebrating Christmas, with an original romantic comedy entitled "A Christmas to Remember," a musical with song and dance reminiscent of the old MGM musicals.
Board Sam's Party bus and check out the gorgeous lights in the Gilham neighborhood. Includes 2 drink tickets.
The Maude Kerns Art presents the 20th annual “Art for All Seasons Exhibit” and “Club Mud Ceramics Holiday Show & Sale,” opening on Friday, November 16, and on display through December 21. The Art Center is pleased to announce that the Title Sponsor for this exhibit for the sixth consecutive year is Oregon Family Dental, PC. Maude Kerns Art Center’s “Art for All Seasons” offers a perfect opportunity to purchase original fine art for the holiday season!
The exhibit’s initial installment consists of a series of then and now photographs showing change over time, a section of publicly-supplied photography making individual statements of what county means to them, and some extensive information on the J.J. Walton family, their historic residence (now the Bates Steak House and Saloon), and their role in the county.
Nick Sixkiller is a powwow MC, radio DJ and advocate in Eugene who seeks to connect native and non-native people through his service in the community. Learn more about this amazing local leader.
The Hubble Telescope takes amazingly clear pictures of objects beyond Earth. From our close neighbors in space to the distant Rose Galaxies, discover the universe in this exhibit of photographs.
Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world-famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in this musical version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Featuring interactive stations on sound, music, and hearing, this display is sure to raise decibels! Each activity takes a playful look at the physics of sound waves as well as how music and sound affect our mood.
28 artists have been invited to create small pleasures in a variety of mediums.
The David Joyce Gallery opens its first exhibit of the 2012-13 academic year entitled Taste and Flavor: Spicy featuring eleven Oregon artists.