Free Eugene Symphony concert June 20 at Silvan Ridge Winery

Featured image by Rebecca Jasso from Pixabay Bring a lawn chair or blanket to Silvan Ridge Winery's outdoor amphitheater to relax and enjoy a free concert by the Eugene Symphony on Sunday, June 20. The concert features an amplified woodwind quintet: bassoon, clarinet, flute, French horn, and oboe. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. The performance … Continue reading Free Eugene Symphony concert June 20 at Silvan Ridge Winery

Craft & Brew Fest June 5 on Staten Island

The Alice Austen House Museum and Flagship Brewery are relaunching Comfort Home, a hibiscus-infused Pilsner named after photographer Alice Austen's family home on the north end of Staten Island, to celebrate Pride Month. The celebration also commemorates the fourth anniversary of the Alice Austen House receiving its LGBTQ+ historic site designation. The celebration, which will … Continue reading Craft & Brew Fest June 5 on Staten Island

On Memorial Day, Taps Across America honors those who died in service

Image by Keturah Moller from Pixabay For many, Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start to summer. But to many others, it's a day of remembrance for their family and friends who sacrificed their lives for their country. Taps Across America has remembered them since 2000, and the tradition continues this year. At 3 p.m. … Continue reading On Memorial Day, Taps Across America honors those who died in service

Hollywood Theatre reopening July 2 in Portland

Photo credit: Hollywood Theatre, Portland, Oregon The Hollywood Theatre in Portland will start showing movies in person again on Friday, July 2, according to announcement posted to its Facebook page today. The statement reads, "We're thrilled to announce that the Hollywood will reopen to the public on July 2 with Summer of Soul, directed by … Continue reading Hollywood Theatre reopening July 2 in Portland

The Cabot reopens Memorial Day weekend with screenings of Jaws

Photo by Cheryl Landes Enjoy two classics this weekend: a suspenseful movie at a beautiful renovated theater in Beverly, Massachusetts. The Cabot Performing Arts Center is reopening after an extended closure due to COVID-19. Four screenings of Jaws are scheduled on Saturday, May 29, at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday, May 30, at 2 … Continue reading The Cabot reopens Memorial Day weekend with screenings of Jaws

McAllister Museum of Aviation reopens in Yakima

Photo credit: McAllister Museum of Aviation in Yakima, Washington After a closure because of the COVID pandemic, the McAllister Museum of Aviation and gift shop are now open again. The museum's hours are Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., according to an email I received from Yakima Valley Tourism this week. Private tours are available for anyone … Continue reading McAllister Museum of Aviation reopens in Yakima

Tesoro Cultural Center’s Indian Market and Ceremonial Dance June 5-6

Image credits: Jewelry by Nelson Begay, painting by George Curtis Levi, and dancer photo by Raelene Whiteshield Learn about Native American culture through art, dance, demonstrations, interactive activities, and storytelling at the 20th annual Indian Market and Ceremonial Dance at the Tesoro Cultural Center Saturday-Sunday, June 5-6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. More than 40 Indian national … Continue reading Tesoro Cultural Center’s Indian Market and Ceremonial Dance June 5-6