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June 14, 2024

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OSF leadership to join serving crew at annual Empty Bowls fundraiser Friday

Since Peace House began sponsoring Empty Bowls in Ashland in 2012, a feature of the event has been civic leaders clad in aprons and toques ladling soup into the bowls of attendees. This year, both Tyler Hokama, interim executive director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Tim Bond, OSF’s artistic director, will take their turns on the serving line.

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Events

Talent Harvest Festival back for 52nd year

Back and bigger than ever, the Talent Harvest Festival returns Saturday, Oct. 7, with a record-breaking 100-plus vendors, 14 bands and artists performing across five separate stages and an expected turnout of more than 5,000 people.

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SOU hosts annual Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday

The annual Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Southern Oregon University returns Monday, Oct. 9. This year’s celebration — the sixth official observation of Indigenous Peoples Day by SOU and the city of Ashland — begins at 11 a.m. with a salmon bake on SOU’s Stevenson Union Courtyard.

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Service Notice: Celebration of life for Rick Bevel

Service Notice: Rick Bevel lived on the streets of Ashland for the final years of his life, forming relationships with many. Any who wish to remember him are welcome to attend a celebration of life from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 18 at Triangle Park at the corner of Siskiyou Boulevard and Liberty Street, according to an event announcement. 

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Garden of the Month: A labor of love

Garden of the Month: There is an extraordinary garden at 891 Beswick Way, home of Scott Allison. Scott is a naturalist, forester, orchardist and apiarist. This is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for June 2024.

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