From World-class Wines, to Tony Awards, from National Parks, to Outdoor Adventure, Your Journey Begins . . .
Find your great performance while visiting Medford and the Rogue Valley. Revel in some of the best live productions on the west coast. Inspire creativity while perusing internationally-acclaimed art. Savor award-winning wines harvested from the most diverse growing conditions around the globe. The Rogue Valley is home to Harry & David’s world-famous Moose Munch and Rogue Creamery’s prized blue cheese. Over 200 days of sunshine abound among breathtaking terrain, making it ideal for outdoor lovers to golf, hike, bike, jet boat, kayak, zipline and more!
212 East Main Street212 East Main Street, Ashland, OR
Ashland is just a sweet place to getaway after a busy week, where abundance of world-class spas, boutique shops and award-winning restaurants can seriously hurt one’s wallet. In the last couple of years Ashland has also established itself as the capital of all things chocolate! Over the course of one weekend in March Ashland welcomes over 40 chocolate companies at the annual Oregon Chocolate Festival.
The festival is completely dedicated to Oregon chocolatiers and their amazing creations. Vendors present a variety of fine chocolates and chocolate-inspired products that tease taste buds of over 1500 visitors. ...Read More
311 N Front Street311 N Front Street, Central Point, OR
Central Point, Ore. Join more than 100 vendors from Oregon and beyond at The 12th Annual Oregon Cheese Festival, a farmers market-style event featuring the largest selection of Oregon cheese, wine, beer, cider and crafts you can find. Sample, enjoy and purchase local, artisan cheese, unique foods and specialty beverages. Take a tasting class, meet and greet with popular cheese author Gordon Edgar, chat with cheesemakers, and enjoy our beer garden.
Where: Next to the Rogue Creamery Cheese Shop at 311 N. Front St, Central Point, Oregon 97502.
When: 10a.m. to 5p.m. Saturday March 19th, 2016
Cost: $15 in advance; $20 at the door. Guests aged 21+ have the option of purchasing a $10 tasting ticket that includes wine, beer and cider sampling along with a commemorative Oregon Cheese Guild wine glass. Tickets go on sale January 2016.
Who: This is a family friendly event. Children under 12 are admitted free and a supervised play area will be provided.
More than 90 films are screened throughout the five-day festival, including documentaries, features, shorts, and animation. Some films are suitable for children. The cost per film ranges from $6-$13. In addition to the films, there are parties, discussions and more. All of these events require a ticket – even if the event is free....Read More