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Empty Bowls returns as an in-person fundraiser Friday

Empty Bowls is back as a community celebration as well as a fundraiser after two years of COVID-19 interruption. It will be held from Friday, Oct. 21, in Wesley Hall at First United Methodist Church, Ashland. Empty Bowls raises money for local nonprofit organizations that address food insecurity in Ashland.

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Business

Rogue Grapevine: A world-class wine list

According to Wine Spectator magazine, the restaurant associated with the Ashland Springs Hotel, Larks Home Kitchen Cuisine, offers exactly that: a world-class wine list. Larks is among the restaurants in some 70 countries worldwide to receive a Wine Spectator Restaurant Award for 2022 as announced on June 27.

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Business

Rogue Valley Growers Market moves to new location

The Rogue Valley Growers and Crafters Market moves from its home since 2006, the Ashland National Guard Armory, to open at a new location at 1554 Webster St., at the northwest corner of Ashland Street and Walker Avenue, on Tuesday, June 7. The market will run at the new site on the SOU campus from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays through November.

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Business

Last call for Standing Stone Brewing Co.

Standing Stone Brewing Co., as famous for its community spirit and environmental stewardship as it was as a downtown Ashland bastion of beers and food, closed its doors for good Sunday, a victim of the nosedive in tourist dollars after four years of regional and national calamity.

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Business

Standing Stone announces closure on May 29

Standing Stone Brewing Co. will permanently close its family-owned brew pub at 101 Oak St. in Ashland, it announced on its website Tuesday, May 10. To thank the community for its support, Standing Stone plans to host a farewell celebration from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, May 29, closing day, with pints priced at $3, “just as they were on opening day back in 1997!”

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OHRA mission: Moving people from crisis to stability

Options for Helping Residents of Ashland purchased an underutilized Ashland motel and transformed it into The OHRA Center: a year-round low-barrier shelter with 52 rooms for guests; a resource center with a professional staff of six to assist anyone seeking help with rent, jobs, utilities, benefits and more; and a permanent home for the shower trailer.

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