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Theater, Arts & Music

One thing is for certain in the Rogue Valley: if you don’t want to be bored, you don’t have to wander very far to find entertainment.  We have world-class theater, a variety of music venues and every other person you meet is an artist in one form or another.
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  • American Trails Re-opens at 250 E. MainAmerican Trails Re-opens at 250 E. Main

    American Trails Re-opens at 250 E. MainAmerican Trails Re-opens at 250 E. Main

    June 2017

    Good things are often worth repeating, and those who knew and loved American Trails in its first life on the Ashland Plaza will likely agree that its second incarnation, at 250 East Main Street, is even better.  The new American Trails opened on March 18 after a nearly 5-year absence.

  • Escape Ashland: A Game of Creative Problem-Solving

    Escape Ashland: A Game of Creative Problem-Solving

    June 2017

    If you’re looking for a different, fun, challenging way to spend an afternoon or evening, Escape Ashland, located at 147 N. Pioneer, could be exactly what you’re looking for. Escape Ashland is a place where you go with friends or family to enjoy a game of problem-solving, creativity and teamwork to achieve a common goal.

  • Schneider Museum of Art Celebrates 30 Years

    Schneider Museum of Art Celebrates 30 Years

    June 2017

    This year, the Schneider Museum of Art will celebrate 30 years of being a vital force in the cultural and intellectual life of Southern Oregon University (SOU), Ashland, and the region.

    The Museum was founded in 1986 by Florence and William Schneider and a host of community supporters. It is the largest visual art museum between Sacramento and Eugene, offering exhibitions and programs of contemporary visual art that are challenging, engaging and thought-provoking.

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