Tony Wendice, a professional tennis player, plans to have his socialite wife Margot murdered to inherit her fortune. He comes up with the perfect plan to kill her – now all he has to do is make sure she dies. Directed by David Sikking. By Frederick Knott.
Clay Fest is Eugene’s yearly ceramic show and sale sponsored by Local Clay. It features a large array of handmade pottery and ceramic art created by over 60 local and regional artists. Find everything from functional dinnerware to decorative art. Demonstrations will be performed by participating artists and kids can enjoy working at the supervised Clay Discovery Area.
Set during the Cold War, a love triangle forms between a loutish American chess star, an earnest Russian champion, and a Hungarian-American assistant who arrives at an international chess match with one player, but falls for the other.
The 2nd Annual Disc Golf with CASA Tournament offers fun for the whole family! Participants have the option of playing nine or 18 holes at the beautiful Westmoreland course. Beginners and experienced disc golfers welcome. Compete in several contests while you play for fun and prizes. Tournament will be followed by food, drink and more! Registration fee includes SWAG bag with disc and food and drink at the finish! You may also purchase the $5 option to “Throw with a Pro” and have an experienced disc golfer play the course with you. Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. Court appointed special advocates, or CASA supports abused and neglected children in Lane County and across the country.
Cast iron cooking lets you explore a whole new flavor palate. Learn why cast iron makes a difference and how to best care for it, plus explore cooking both savory dishes and dessert, as well as basic cast iron techniques. After the lesson, enjoy dinner served family style at the barn wood table at the Kitchen at Middleground Farms, along with beer and wine. Purchase tickets in advance on their website.
Small-town, family-friendly event with a Parade starting at 10:00 AM, a car show, children’s activities, street fair and fireworks at dusk.
The Eugene Science Center is hosting a summer solstice-themed dinner and fundraiser to help support educational science programs for children. There will be food trucks, science exhibits, interactive rocket launchers, telescope viewing, live music, a raffle and more. Wine will be provided by King Estate Winery and beer by Ninkasi Brewing Company.
Wine Camp is the ultimate adventure for wine loving camp enthusiasts. The campfire is crackling and the bottle uncorked. Sleep under the stars in a vineyards setting. Pull up a chair and enjoy great food, fabulous wine and a most unique camping trip. This event is hosted and held at Bennett Vineyards and Wine Company.
Get to wine camp early by setting up camp on Friday night so you will be ready to go when the weekend activities officially begin the next morning. Saturday’s schedule includes lunch in the vineyard, a vineyard tour with the owner, a wine class and a wonderful, wine-paired dinner with campfire s’mores for dessert. On Sunday, enjoy a continental breakfast with mimosas.
Be prepared to bring your own tent or RV and camping gear. This event if for adults only.
The West Linn Historical Society presents guest author, Amber Keyser, as she reads from and discusses her book "Underneath It All: A History of Women’s Underwear." It is a story of control and restraint but also female empowerment and self-expression. You will never look at underwear the same way again.
Free author talk. 6:30pm – 7:30pm.
The West Linn Historical Society presents guest author, Michael McCloskey, as he reads from and discusses his new book "A Glimpse Into History: What Prominent People Have Said About Nature in Oregon and the Need to Conserve It."
Free reading with the author. 2pm-3pm.