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  • 5 Things to do This Weekend

  • PARTY ON DOWNTOWN: Beer Week and the Medford Cruise may be over for the year, but downtown is still kicking, with Third Friday art, music and food from 5 to 8 p.m. today. Galleries will be open, including Art du Jour Gallery at 213 E. Main St., which will feature automotive photography from the Cruise and patriotic art on the...
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  • PARTY ON DOWNTOWN: Beer Week and the Medford Cruise may be over for the year, but downtown is still kicking, with Third Friday art, music and food from 5 to 8 p.m. today. Galleries will be open, including Art du Jour Gallery at 213 E. Main St., which will feature automotive photography from the Cruise and patriotic art on the theme "Of Thee I Sing." Pear Blossom Park at The Commons will host vendors, live music, beer by Portal Brewing, wine by Cliff Creek Winery and food by Peruvian Point.
    SOOTHE YOUR SOUL: The Rogue Valley Symphony will offer classical music tonight, with the twist of a Harmonica Concerto, kicking off its second annual Summer Series of concerts, "A Taste of Symphony," in the gardens at EdenVale Winery, 2310 Voorhies Road, Medford. The venue opens at 6 p.m., with light dinner fare, wine and beverages available, and the concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $35 for general seating, $5 for ages 6 through 24, and can be purchased at www.rvsymphony.org or by calling 541-552-6398.
    AND MORE SOUL: You want soul, Britt Festivals has soul, with legendary R&B and gospel singer Mavis Staples taking the stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Jacksonville. And there's more: Marc Cohn will also belt out the tunes, likely including his hit "Walking in Memphis." Tickets are $45 for reserved, $37 for lawn spots and $25 for children 12 and under. Check out ticket options at www.brittfest.org.
    FEELING ADVENTUROUS: Then the Wine and Vine Adventure Tour, which runs Saturday and Sunday, may be just the ticket. Two days, 10 wineries, 30 wines — how can you go wrong? The event is put on by Bear Creek Boutique Wineries and features wineries in the Medford to Ashland area. Cost is $25 in advance at a winery, $30 at the door. See www.bearcreekwineries.com for more info.
    HISTORY AND HOMES: The Guardians of the Eagle Point Museum will present its first History & Home tour from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday in Eagle Point. The tour will feature the historic Brown family homes, now owned by Mayor Bob and Debbie Russell and Dennis and Annette Godfrey, the Rock House and the Russells' private collection of antiques at Butte Creek Mill. There will be music and refreshments in the Godfrey's garden. Cost is $10. Call 541-826-4166 for more info. Tickets can be purchased at Butte Creek Mill, 402 N. Royal Ave.
    For more events, see calendars in Tempo and on Page 1B.
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