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April 13, 2024

Ashland Creatives

Ashland Creatives

Ashland Creatives: When family history is American history

Ashland Creatives: It was 10 years after her father’s death, when she was 33 years old, that Barbara Hilyer first learned the family secret that she had African American heritage. She wrote a book about it, which she’ll discuss Monday, March 4, at Bloomsbury Books in Ashland.

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Ashland Creatives: Exploring and honoring her roots

Ashland Creatives: Through writing, art and organizing, Manya Yana Campos continues to work towards recognizing and respecting the work and contributions of Latinos and Indigenous peoples living here in Ashland and beyond and will continue to do so.

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Ashland Creatives: Capturing beauty, bead-by-bead

Ashland Creatives: Meet Emily Wood, whose passion for capturing the beauty of the outdoors by creating finely crafted bead work has led to the launch of Pedalcreations — inspired by another passion, enjoying the outdoors on a mountain bike.

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‘On track’: Naumes Suncrest Winery readies expansion in time for summer

Naumes Suncrest Winery is preparing for summer in a big way. From the building of a new outdoor stage designed to accommodate full bands, to outdoor seating renovations that will quadruple capacity — not to mention a concert series in the works — the Talent winery at 1950 Suncrest Road says it is on track to open its new, larger outdoor space by June.

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SOU celebrates its 31st annual powwow

Community members from a variety of backgrounds will gather Saturday and Sunday for the 31st annual Southern Oregon University Powwow, widely regarded as the largest student-led event on campus. The event, hosted by the school’s Native American Student Union, is expected to draw thousands of visitors to Lithia Motors Pavilion in its second year back on campus after a COVID hiatus.

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