Medford Business Grapevine

Collaborative Theatre Project

August 2017

Collaborative Theatre Project

Tucked away inside the Medford Center, amongst the bustle of eateries and some shopping outlets, there can be found the Collaborative Theatre Project (CTP). A cozy little start-up co-founded by Susan Aversa-Orrego, owner of the Yogurt Hut, Obed Medina, an Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) veteran, and local actor Pam Ward. This local gem features a 90-seat theatre, done up in the immersive Black Box style, as well as a competent team to accompany it.

Summer Fun at The Schoolhaus Brewhaus

July 2017

Summer Fun at The Schoolhaus Brewhaus

It’s that time of year when The Rogue Valley starts looking outdoors to fill those long summer nights for ways to entertain the entire family. When the schedule doesn’t allow for a long drive out to the lake or a full day on the river, The Schoolhaus Brewhaus in Jacksonville offers hours of great outdoor activities close to home. 

Rogue Wear by Southern Oregon Embroidery

June 2017

Rogue Wear by Southern Oregon Embroidery

Tesha and Javier Lopez have been operating Southern Oregon Embroidery since 2011, but a trip to the lone star state inspired them to add a new aspect to their business. “Texans are proud of their state, wearing all kinds of Texas themed clothing; so why not bring that pride and style to the Rogue Valley and the beautiful State of Oregon?” Tesha explained.

Weed Country Adventures

June 2017

Weed Country Adventures

When Measure 91 passed legalizing recreational use of marijuana, local river guides Mike and Tawni Boutin had an idea. “We decided to make an opportunity for people to have the raft trip they want. An adult float, no kids, no worries,” Mike said.

Aragon Signature Designs

May 2017

Aragon Signature Designs

Aragon Signature Designs has been producing handcrafted, custom designed, heirloom furniture for over 25 years. Originally based in Southern Alabama, Fernando Aragon, founder and owner, saw an American Heritage disappearing and was determined to preserve it.

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