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2011 September Media Mentions

Published: October 05, 2011

Note: Online publications often move or remove links so some of the links below may have expired.


Oregon Coast Magazine
Sept/Oct 2011
"Coastal Happenings: Chowder, Blues & Brews"
A perfect coastal combination, chowder, music and beer, and you get it all in one place at Florence's Chowder, Blues & Brews festival.

Oregon Coast Magazine
Sept/Oct 2011
"Calendar of Events"
Six Florence events listed in calendar for September through December.

Northwest Palate
Sept/Oct 2011
Mid-Valley Brewfest featured in calendar of events for Eugene.

Northwest Travel Magazine
Sept/Oct 2011
"Showcase Oregon"
Three events featured in calendar: Florence Chowder, Blues & Brews, Rods 'n Rhodies, & Clay Fest.

Oregon Wine Press
Septemeber 2011
"OWP Calendar"
Two events featured in Calendar: Tuesday Tasting & Chowder, Blues & Brews Festival.

SkyWest Magazine
Sept/Oct 2011
"Oregon Adventures: University Extends Warm Welcome"
In autumn, Eugene offers balmy weather, brilliant fall colors and lots to do from wine to covered bridges, the McKenzie River and the many activities on the University of Oregon campus.

Sports Travel
Sept. 2011
"Wild Blue Yonder"
Pac-12 towns preparing for visitors included Eugene and photo of Autzen Stadium.


Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
Sept. 26, 2011
"Oregon Road Trippers E-Report #110"
Road trip to Terwillinger Hot Springs on the Aufderheide for good clean naked fun. Over the Top Bicycle Ride feature event of the week.

Sept 2011
"Fodor's Newsletter: Oregon Wine Travel: Day Trip from Portland"
The Willamette Valley is Oregon's premier wine region. Stop by these six Willamette Valley wineries for a taste of the local bounty.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
Sept. 19, 2011
"Oregon Road Trippers E-Report #109"
12 of Oregon best lakes for leaf peeping. Hike, bike, kayak or drive to these destinations this fall. In Eugene explore Mt. Pisgah or head east to the McKenzie River Trail and the King-Castle Trail or west to hwy 126. Just color updates visit the Oregon Fall Foliage blog & hotline. 3/7 events also featured.

Outdoors NW
Sept. 2011
"Outdoors NW E-Newsletter: September"
Mid-Valley Brewfest featured in event listings.


KATU-TV (Portland, OR)
Sept. 24, 2011
"Fall Has Arrive and With It the Promise of Stunning Beauty"
The Pacific Northwest in the fall is a beauty with the changing colors. Check out the photo gallery of the colors. For Fall Foliage info call the Oregon Fall Foliage Hotline.

The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
Sept. 22, 2011
"Northwest fall color photo gallery of places that dazzle the eyes"
Ten photo opportunities around Oregon for fall foliage. For color updates call the Oregon Fall Foliage Hotline.

The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
Sept. 22, 2011
"Wildcat Covered Bridge in Lane County a quick scenic stop along Eugene-Florence highway"
The only easy covered bridge to visit along hwy 126, Wildcat Covered Bridge crossed the Siuslaw River for a scenic photo stop.

Sept. 2011
"Leaf Peeping Across America: A Coast-to-Coast Guide"
Explore Fall Foliage across the United State. In Oregon call the Fall Foliage Hotline for up-to-date leaf peeping information.

The Seattle Times (WA)
Aug. 31, 2011
"Warm up with hot springs, cool off with waterfalls in Oregon"
Following the chilly McKenzie River waters, warm up in the mountain hot springs or take a cold dip in the area waterfalls.