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Music in the Meadow: Concert Fundraiser

June 11, 2023 @ 3:00 pm

$45 – $52

Come celebrate the beginning of summer with us and help support our programs with local youth, volunteers, interns and Tribal members in 2023. Arrive early and we’ll be offering free tours of some of our restoration work. Thanks to Ashland Mountain Adventures, we are providing a free shuttle from Ashland to minimize our carbon footprint, and maximize safety and community-building for our guests. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and we’ll provide the rest!

The Rosa Lees features fiddler Jessie Monter, banjo picker Rachel Buklad, Bekkah McAlvage on guitar, and Holly Hurley on bass, and brings together a love for bluegrass, old-time, and roots music with lots of inventive instrumentation and sweet, three-part harmonies. The band plays a mix of original and Americana favorites from high-stepping dance numbers to chilling vocal ballads.

Kismet is an Ashland-local trio featuring Celia Harris on violin, Rowan Buck on accordion, and Erik Neumann on bass. They perform a mix of instrumental music ranging from jazz and tango tunes to film scores to pop songs by Radiohead and Nirvana.


June 11, 2023
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$45 – $52
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Vesper Meadow Education Program
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Vesper Meadow Restoration Preserve
16534 Dead Indian Memorial Road
Ashland, 97520
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