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October 14th, 2015 by Julie
The Annual Halloween Parade in Ashland Oregon will take place on Saturday October 31st. 2015
Every October is the time for the ghouls and goblins to come out and play at the annual Halloween Parade and celebration in downtown Ashland Oregon.
There is fun for all the family, this is the time in Ashland where everyone gets dressed up in costume not just the parade participants, also the the folks who line the parade route get into the spirit of Halloween.
The parade starts at 2.30 pm outside the SOU campus and wends it’s way along Siskiyou Blvd to the Plaza in downtown. It’s a great time to be in Ashland and join in the fun.
October 11th, 2015 by Julie
September 12th, 2015 by Julie
“The 39 Steps” opening soon at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. The play will open on September 10th 2015. It promises to be a lively show with an onstage plane crash also a chase on top of a moving train, sounds very exciting.
I first saw the classic 1935 thriller by Alfred Hitchcock many years ago, I remember how intense it was, this version however will be just as thrilling but with lots of comedy too.
It is about a man Richard Hanney played by John Stadelman who is bored and goes to a play while there he witnesses a murder. There is a mysterious woman in black played by Katie Beck. Justin Waggle and Stephen Kline round out the cast playing multiple roles.
This is a fast paced whodunit about spies and murder with dashing heroes and classy dames, gosh I can’t wait until opening night….
September 5th, 2015 by Julie
‘Hearsay‘ a new restaurant lounge and garden opening soon below the former “old Pink church” building at 241 Hargadine Street Ashland that houses the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. The space used to be the now closed restaurant Dragonfly.
Owner and designer of ‘Hearsay’ Craig Hudson is now in the midst of building the new unique and dazzling restaurant, his vision for this new place is a 1930’s style supper club with a classy and elegant yet casual atmosphere, live music and fabulous food. A great place to have lunch or dinner but also an after Theatre venue for drinks and music, there will be a grand piano in the bar area so expect some lively evenings of music and song.
Executive Chef for ‘Hearsay’ Dylan Carson has been in Seattle for the past 13 years graduating from the Seattle Culinary Academy, then honing his skills at the respected Tin Table restaurant in Seattle as Executive Sous Chef. Dylan is an innovative chef passionate about food, he loves using high quality local ingredients to create unusual and delicious Northwest cuisine, it will be unlike anything else in the Rogue Valley.
‘Hearsay’ will be opening soon, stay tuned to my blog for more information…