Ashland Creatives: Grandma Boom has a range of activities that focus on all five senses, often asking the students to notice the difference between feeling calm and feeling stressed through a variety of activities engaging each sense.
Janai Mestrovich: Inner guidance insisted that not one thought of worry, fear, anxiety, doubt or anger could enter this healing process. And it didn’t. Too much was at stake.
The Ashland library will host a talk about Lithia Park’s historic Butler-Perozzi Fountain at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 410 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland.
Sage on Stage: Can you hear me now? What to do when you can’t hear an actor — plus, what are some of the many stage-related superstitions?
John Darling: John Kennedy needed help. I helped him. He was trying to get off a stage after a speech in Lansing so he could shake hands with people. He asked if he could put his hand on my shoulder and get down. I said sure. He had a bad back. I didn’t.
KS Wild Side: Blue Heron Creek, represents a beacon of hope amid the mounting environmental challenges faced by wetlands and waterways.
Community adults who would like to pass on knowledge and skills to others for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s spring term are invited to submit course proposals by Friday, Dec. 15.
Reader photos: Friday evening, on the second night of Hanukkah, some 70 people gathered on Ashland Plaza to hold a vigil for a permanent Gaza cease-fire in the light of newly lit menorah candles.
Ashland Parks & Recreation Commissioners listened to a litany of mostly good news at their regular business meeting Wednesday, including a new PVC liner for the Daniel Meyer Pool at a cost of $61,000 and opening a new mountain bike trail.
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has announced plans to offer free opioid overdose reversal kits to middle and high schools throughout the state. Ashland Superintendent Samuel Bogdanove shared his support for the increase in availability of Narcan, the brand name for a device that delivers naloxone, to Oregon schools, including in Ashland.
With local rescue groups still overflowing with cats and kittens, those wishing to bring home a new family member for the holidays will have opportunities to do so on two upcoming December weekends. On Saturday, Dec. 9, Ashland-based Friends of the Animals (formerly Friends of the Animal Shelter) will partner with Feral Cat Advocacy (FCA), Melly Cat Rescue, and Hero Tails Animal Sanctuary for a Feline Fair at the Rogue Valley Mall.