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| The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region is known for spectacular festivals and unique events that draw visitors from around the world. |
Immerse yourself in counterculture at the Oregon Country Fair in Veneta, feast on Swedish pancakes at the Scandinavian Festival in Junction City or delight in blooming rhodies during Florence's Rhododendron Festival.
Eugene is home to Oregon's largest Asian and Latin festivals, and abundant culinary celebrations from the Oregon Coast to the Cascades honor wine, beer and native Oregon truffles.
Eugene nonprofit bringing the human cultural legacy to public view through media and internet technology. Produces The Archaeology Channel (the world's most popular MORE >>
Visit and enjoy art in an historic church in Eugene. Ten exhibits annually. Year-round art classes for children, teens, and adults offered. Every 4th of July weekend, an MORE >>
One of the largest fiber animal expositions in the U.S. Featuring sheep and goat shows, workshops, trade show, demonstrations and spinning circles. Come learn about MORE >>
An annual spring film festival featuring films and media from Pacific-bordering countries. Upcoming April 17 -21, 2013 with a focus on Mexico and Sinagpore. Cinema MORE >>
Compete, volunteer or applaud at one of the region's highly-charged cycling events in Cottage Grove. The Oregon Gran Fondo, or "Big Ride," has its origins in the Tour de MORE >>
A premier distance running event held in "Track Town USA" including a marathon, half-marathon, 5k and kids' marathon. "Run in the Footsteps of Legends" along fast, flat MORE >>
The PRIDE Celebration is a social venue for the bisexual, gay, lesbian, intersex and transgendered members of Lane County, Eugene and Springfield, to advocate for and MORE >>
Based at The Shedd in downtown Eugene, The Shedd Institute is home of the Oregon Festival of American Music; a ten-day music festival each August dedicated to the MORE >>
Since 1961, Junction City has celebrated their Scandinavian heritage by transforming itself into a charming Old World community for four days each August. This nationally MORE >>