Craving chowder? Then head out to the coast for the Chowder, Blues, and Brews Festival. Get your taste of chowder and some of the area’s best microbrews as you listen to great blues music. It happens at the Florence Events Center Friday through Sunday. Admission is $7.
The man who composed the music to some of your favorite movies, like E.T., Star Wars and Harry Potter, will be conducting the Eugene Symphony. Composer John Williams will take the stage to bring some of your favorite movie scores to life. The concert is Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Hult Center. Tickets start at $95.
Grab the kids and their bikes and get ready for the Eugene Celebration Cycling Classic. This fun kids bike race runs near Skinner Butte Park. Kids will be grouped by age, and they’ll get some special goodies at the end. It’s free and happens Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m. Meet at 3rd Avenue and Lincoln Street.
Get in a good workout and help a good cause. The Eugene Hearing and Speech Center is holding the From Here to Hear 5K. It starts at 10 a.m. on Sunday at Alton Baker Park in Eugene. Admission is $25 in advance and $30 the day of. Proceeds will help provide people with speech, language and hearing services.
Concerts at the Cuthbert are not over yet–and you won’t want to miss this one! Train with special guests Andy Grammer and Eugene native Mat Kearney are coming next week. Tickets are still available for their show happening Wednesday, September 26. It starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $44.50 for general admission is advance and $50 the day of.
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