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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.
Find the entertainment you’ve been looking for.



Get to know your local business owners. Help strengthen our local economy by getting to know the folks who operate businesses here in Grants Pass and the choice to "stay local" becomes an obvious one. So get to know a local business, and start supporting them... you never know, they could be your neighbors!

  • European-Style Dining  at Lulu’s

    European-Style Dining at Lulu’s

    December 2017

    We all love to try new restaurants, and one of the newest in Grants Pass is Lulu’s for the Love of Food, located at 237 SW G Street. It was the lifelong dream of owner Lisa Thorsen to always own a restaurant, and with the support of her husband, Scott, she renovated an empty building on G Street to meet her needs and opened Lulu’s in 2016.

  • The Hairport Celebrates 20 Years in Grants Pass

    The Hairport Celebrates 20 Years in Grants Pass

    December 2017

    Ginger Skudsad, owner of The Hairport Styling Salon (424 NW 6th Street, Suite 108), is celebrating a couple of milestones this year. It was forty years ago in 1977 that she moved to Grants Pass from L.A., and it was twenty years ago that she opened her own styling salon.

  • Fun Times at Climate City Brewing Company

    Fun Times at Climate City Brewing Company

    December 2017

    When I first started hanging out in Grants Pass back in 1976, the Brewery had just opened and was the place to go. The owners had converted the turn-of-the-century (circa 1886) brewery into a restaurant and adjoining bar, and it was a fun place.

The Grants Pass Sneak Preview Online

Josephine County's news and arts monthly newsmagazine.

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