Saturday, June 18, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Downtown Grants Pass
$25 in advance / $30 day of event

Showcasing local breweries and tasting rooms — beer stroll event.

Tickets are on sale at:



Saturday, June 18, 4 p.m.
Southern Oregon Speedway
6900 Kershaw Rd, Central Point, Ore

IMCA Sport Mods, Dwarf Cars, Mini Stocks, Hornets, Open Stock

  • Pit Gate Opens 4 p.m.
  • Grandstands Open 5 p.m.
  • Practice Starts 5:30 p.m.
  • Racing Starts 7 p.m.


Sunday, June 19, 7:30 p.m.
Historic Rogue Theater
143 SE H St., Grants Pass, Ore
$48 - $58

Known principally as the vocalist, lead guitarist and composer for the Moody Blues, his is an enduring talent that has helped to define the times in which he worked. Having chalked up nearly 50 years at the peak of the music and entertainment industry, Justin Hayward’s voice has been heard the world over. Over the last 45 years, The Moody Blues sold 55 million albums and received numerous awards. Commercial success has gone hand-in-hand with critical acclaim. The Moody Blues are renowned the world over as innovators and trail blazers who have influenced any number of fellow artists. Justin is honored with the Moody Blues on the Rock Walk Hall of Fame on Sunset Boulevard.

                       photo by RLR Photography


Friday & Saturday, June 17 & 18

Friday, June 17:

7:30 a.m
Poker Run
Starting at Punky's Diner in Medford ending at Original Roadhouse Grill
5 p.m.
79 and Older Stoplight Drags Event
Jackson County Sports Park
6900 Kershaw Rd, Eagle Point
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Ford and Hot Rod Show-n-Shine Event
Fichtner Mainwaring Park, Medford
7:30-10 p.m.
The La Bamba Show - A Tribute to Ritchie Valens FREE Concert in the Park
Fichtner Mainwaring Park, Medford

Saturday, June 18:

10 a.m.-4 p.m
80 and Newer Show-n-Shine | 79 and Older Show-n-Shine
Fichtner Mainwaring Park
5 p.m.-8 p.m.
79 and Older Downtown Medford Cruise
Downtown Medford
Movie in the Park - Love Bug
Fichtner Mainwaring Park


Saturday & Sunday, June 18 & 19, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Bear Creek Wine Trail Wineries
Venues Vary, Southern Oregon
$29 in advance / $35 at the door

Join the Bear Creek Wineries for a day of wine, food and a chance to win big! Your ticket entitles you to sample three wines at each of the 12 wineries along with a delicious, especially prepared appetizer at each stop. While there, draw a card from the deck and do your best to earn yourself a “Royal Crush.” Thirteen chances to win! The Grand Prize Winner receives dinner for two at Amuse ($100 value). Runners up receive a gift certificate from one of the 12 Bear Creek Wine Trail wineries. 

*please note: Dancin will be closed Saturday, June 18th.

Tickets: Available at any Bear Creek Wine Trail location


Saturday & Sunday, June 18 & 19
Gates open at 11:30 a.m.  |  Post Time 1 p.m.
Grants Pass Downs
Josephine County Fairgrounds, Grants Pass
$4 Admission  |  FREE parking

Horse Racing at the Don Jackson Racing Facility


Sunday, June 19
All Smoked Up BBQ and Auntie Mama's Cookies delicious ice cream cookies from 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Live Music by The Brothers Reed 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
1475 Kubli Road and 250 N. Kutch Street, Grants Pass, Ore

Complimentary tastings for Dads all day! Also, you can support a great cause by purchasing raffle tickets for some fabulous, mouth-watering prizes straight out of the Troon Vineyard Library — a jeroboam of the 2007 Troon Humbug Fire Cabernet Sauvignon, to name just one! Raffle tickets will be available from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. for $2 each with all proceeds going to The Dads Program. The drawing for the three prizes will be at 3:30 p.m. that day.



Sunday, June 19, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Schmidt Family Vineyards
330 Kubli Road, Grants Pass, Ore

Fun for Dads and the family! Enjoy a car show, food fit for Dad and more. Sponsored by RCM Classic Car Repair, it is a car show to remember. Hosted on the Schmidt Family Vineyards main lawn, the car show is FREE to spectators and the cars are spectacular! There will be a lunch for only $15 that includes a Big Daddy Burger, corn-on-the-cob, BBQ beans and salad. The kids menu consists of a hot dog, chips and juice for $5. Award-winning wine by the glass or bottle, beer and soft drinks are will also be available. Meal tickets can be purchased in advance at (541) 846-9985. It is recommended you get them ahead of time. Proceeds support Canine Angels, a nonprofit that provides specially-trained service dogs, at no cost, to children as young as 5 years old.


Sunday, June 19, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Callahan’s Mountain Lodge and Resort
At milepost 6, Mt. Ashland I5 exit.
$28 adults  |  $14 children 6-12  |  5 and under FREE

Annual traditional Backyard BBQ for dads! Reservations highly recommended, (541) 482-1299.

9 to 5

Sunday, June 19, 1 p.m.
Oregon Cabaret Theater
Corner of 1st & Hargadine, Ashland, Ore

Set to the music of Dolly Parton and based on the 1980 hit movie, 9 to 5 tells the story of three female co-workers who concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss. This hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the Rolodex era is outrageous, thought-provoking, and even a little romantic. You can even enjoy brunch before the show at 11:30 a.m.


Adapted by Christopher Sergel
Directed by Patrick Dolan
Sunday, June 19 2 p.m.
Barnstormers Theatre
112 Northeast Evelyn Avenue, Grants Pass, Ore

Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Greasers and The Socs. Two rival groups of kids are divided by their socioeconomic status. In the midst of this struggle, one boy grows up unsure of his place in this world. This is a beautiful, compelling tale of honor, acceptance, brotherhood and loss that any generation can relate to. Two gangs. Two worlds. One boy struggles with the rivalries around him and within him.


Sunday, June 19, 6:35 p.m.
Harry and David Field
2929 S. Pacific Hwy., Medford, Ore

Medford Rogues vs. Chico Heat


Sunday, June 19
15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, Ore


Angus Bowmer Theater 1:30 p.m.

The lawyer: a young brilliant, courageous woman who argued Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court. The plaintiff: a hard-drinking, wild-tempered hippie bartender seeking to end an unwanted pregnancy. As you know, they won the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion. But what most people don’t know is how their divergen journeys after the case reflect the subsequent polarization in American culture. With shocking turns and surprising humor, Roe illustrates the difficult choices women make and the passion each side has for its cause. Bill Rauch directs this American Reveolutions premiere by Lisa Loomer. Contains strong profanity and graphic language.

The Yeomen of the Guard 

Thomas Theatre, 1:30 p.m.

Off with his head! How do you save a good man who’s wrongly accused and facing the ax in 24 hours? That’s how high the stakes are in Gilbert and Sullivan’s funny, pun-filled musical that mines a richer emotional world than the duo’s other comic operettas. Bristling with bad cases of unrequited love, a prison break and plots running amok, this world-premier adaptation inspired b classic country-and-western music takes for a rousing musical event the whole family will enjoy.

The Winter’s Tale 

Allen Elizabethan Theatre, 8 p.m.

A season of sorrow ends in joy. King Leontes is blessed with a beautiful queen, a son and a baby daughter-to-be, but he loses them all when his mind becomes poisoned by jealousy. During the bleak spiritual winter that follows, faithful friends and a divine oracle slowly lead him back to sanity and a glorious reunion with those he lost. Director Desdemona Chiang presents The Winter’s Tale from an Asian and Asian-American perspective, setting it in dynastic China and America’s Old West.

Twelfth Night 

Angus Bowmer Theatre, 8 p.m.

Love makes a fools of us all. Illyria is a topsy-turvy place full of romantics and eccentrics. At least that’s how it seems to Viola, who’s been cast adrift in this merry world. Out of necessity, she disguises herself as a boy but quickly becomes an object of desire to the woman her employer sent her to woo. Time eventually sorts it all out, but not before Viola and everyone around her are bewitched, bothered and bewildered as they travers the often contradictory landscapes of their hearts. This sumptuous production sets Shakespeare’s wise, lovely comedy in a shimmering, tune-filled 1930s Hollywood.