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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!

  • Eco-Friendly Childrens’ Clothes and Toys at Eco Tots

    Eco-Friendly Childrens’ Clothes and Toys at Eco Tots

    May 2017

    Now that I have three grandkids under the age of five, I’ve suddenly had a renewed interest in hide-and-seek, animated movies, and stores carrying children-related stuff. And in that regard, the selection at Eco Tots (131 SW G Street), which was bought last November by Eli and Miranda Gunter, is right up my alley.

  • Private Mailboxes and More at Mail Call

    Private Mailboxes and More at Mail Call

    May 2017

    After many years helping her husband with his trucking business, Sue Bowker, owner of Mail Call at 233 Rogue River Highway, felt she needed a change of pace.

    “We visited Grants Pass in the summer of 1977 and loved it so much we moved here,” Sue said. “There wasn’t a lot of work, but my husband always drove a truck, so we started Action Transfer in the early 1990s.

  • Bark Avenue/Gallop ‘n Glitz

    Bark Avenue/Gallop ‘n Glitz

    May 2017

    Downtown Grants Pass seems to be alive with a lot of new, unique stores, and Ann & Shan’s Bark Avenue/Gallop ‘n Glitz (224 SW 6th Street) is a perfect example. Ann Jackson and Shannon Holder got to know each other while sharing a storefront on 6th Street a few blocks down from their current location.

The Grants Pass Sneak Preview Online

Josephine County's news and arts monthly newsmagazine.

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  • On the stands: 2,100
  • Total circulation: 31,000
  • Total online readership: Growing as we speak.

With a captive audience of loyal readers, the print version of the Grants Pass Sneak Preview is now available online in our archives. In addition you can find:

  • A convenient index of advertisers, separated by categories, including restaurants, health & beauty, and automotive.
  • A Calendar of Events to find out what's happenin'.
  • Interesting articles about local issues.
  • A Business Grapevine highlighting advertisers in the Sneak Preview.

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