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Get Out: Friday, Jan. 30

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Rogue Valley Walkers

Saturday, Jan. 31: A 10K walk in Central Point will start at 9:45 a.m. Meet in the  Albertsons parking lot, on the west side of Interstate 5 at Exit 33. Approach using Pine and Freeman streets. For information, call 541-245-9356 or see www.roguevalleywalkers.com.

KS Wild snowshoe hike

Sunday, Feb. 8: A moderate but flat 6-mile snowshoe hike will go from the back parking lot at Mt. Ashland Ski Area to Grouse Gap. Snowshoes and poles are available for rent from the Ashland Outdoor Store. A carpool will meet at the Shop'n Kart parking lot at 9 a.m. Bring plenty of water, comfortable walking shoes, warm layers and lunch. Call Robyn at 541-488-9831 for more information. For more information, see www.kswild.org

Coyote Trails School of Nature

Sunday, Feb. 15: A Primitive Basketry class for ages 12 and older will teach participants to weave baskets from natural and readily available materials. Students will build a basket to take home. For details, see www.coyotetrails.org or call 541-772-1390.

Saturday, Feb. 21: Primitive Cooking, for ages 8 through adult, will be offered from 1 to 3 p.m. Participants will learn techniques for cooking over an open flame. For details, see www.coyotetrails.org or call 541-772-1390.

Saturday, Feb. 28: Primitive Shelter Building for Kids will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. The class, for ages 6-17, will teach participants how to keep themselves sheltered — the first line of defense in a survival situation — using materials at hand. For details, see www.coyotetrails.org or call 541-772-1390.

Crater Lake snowshoe hikes

Through April: Ranger-guided snowshoe walks will be offered at 1 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday through April. The walks last two hours and cover about a mile of moderately strenuous terrain. Participants should be at least 8 years old, in reasonably good physical condition and come prepared with warm clothing and water-resistant footwear. No previous snowshoeing experience is necessary. Snowshoes are provided free, and there is no cost for the tour. The park does not collect an entrance fee in the winter. Space is limited, and reservations are required. For information and to sign up, call 541-594-3100.

Rambunctious Run 5K

Saturday, Feb. 7: The event starts at 8 a.m. at Bigham Knoll, 525 E. E St., in Jacksonville. Register online by Jan. 31 or register the day of the event by 7:30 a.m. The event website is soccachinesenewyear.org. Ribbons for first, second and third place in many age groups, plus lots of raffle prizes. All runners are invited to walk in the Chinese New Year Parade following the run.

John Day Cross-Country Ski Race

Sunday, Feb. 15: The 29th annual John Day Citizen’s Cross Country Ski Race, held at Diamond Lake Resort, includes 20K, 10K and 5K freestyle (skating allowed) events and 10K and 5K classic (diagonal stride only) events. Preregistration deadline is Fe. 7. Day-of-race registration is accepted. Check-in at the resort lodge is between 8 and 9:30 a.m. on the morning of the race for bib pickup and liability waiver. The mass-start race begins at 10:30 a.m. Entry forms may be downloaded from the Oregon Nordic Club website http://new.onc.org/wp-content/uploads/JohnDay_XC_Race_2015.pdf. The race is sponsored by the Southern Oregon Chapter of the Oregon Nordic Club. For background information and past results, see http://southernonc.tripod.com/id6.html

Rogue River Half Marathon and Alyssa Watson Memorial 5K Run

Saturday, Feb. 21: The annual races will begin at 10 a.m. in Fleming Park in Rogue River. The half-marathon course goes out and back on the Rogue River Greenway and North River Road. Proceeds will benefit the Hidden Valley High School cross-country program. For details, see the race calendar at www.sorunners.org.

Klamath Basin birding trip

Sunday, Feb. 22: Terence Philippe will lead an all-day outing to the Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuge to look for bald eagles, hawks, golden eagles and waterfowl too numerous to list. The group will meet at Northwest Nature Shop, 154 Oak St. in Ashland, at 7 a.m. to carpool. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Expect cold weather, and bring binoculars, snacks and lunch. Space is limited to 10 participants. Call 541-482-3241 to reserve a space. Suggested donation is $25 per participant. 

Siskiyou Velo Club

Every Saturday: Siskiyou Velo Slo-Mo rides begin at various morning hours from different locations. Pace: 7 to 10 mph over 12 to 18 miles on mostly flat terrain. Call Ken Kelley at 541-857-6819.

Every Saturday: Siskiyou VeloShip rides begin at various morning hours from different locations. The rides are for experienced group riders who wish to ride in periodic pace lines at a moderate-plus average pace (16 to 18 mph); more than 50 miles, on mostly hilly terrain. Contact John Bullock at 541-488-7962.

Every Saturday: Siskiyou Crank It Up rides begin at various morning hours from different locations; 20 to 30 miles. Pace 12 to 15 mph, varied terrain. No one will be dropped. Call Tom Ryan at 541-261-4757.

Every Saturday: Brisk rides begin at various morning hours from different locations. Rides include extensive pace lining at high speeds. Pace: 18+ mph over 50 to 65 miles on mostly hilly terrain. Call Dennis Cramer at 541-773-5804.

Every Monday: Coffee rides begin at 10:30 a.m. at Colver Park in Phoenix and go to Jacksonville. Pace: 14 to 18+ mph average over 25 miles with periodic pace lines on flat terrain. Call David Chapman at 541-488-0152.

Every Wednesday: Coffee rides begin at 11 a.m. at Rogue Valley Roasting Company in Ashland. Pace: 14 to 18+ mph with periodic pace lines over 35 to 60 miles with some hills. Call Matt Walker at 541-261-4891.