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Medford Cruise, Juneteenth celebration, live local music, wineries & more: June 17

The Medford Cruise makes its way through downtown. See listing under Friday, June 17. MT file photo
Friday, June 17

Spanish Language Group: English speakers with at least an intermediate knowledge of Spanish can meet at 11 a.m. Fridays, at the Medford Senior Center, 510 East Main St. Look for casual, supportive conversation and interpretation. Native speakers are welcome to help. Call 541-499-6646.

SOPEX Stamp Show: The Southern Oregon Philatelic Society’s annual free stamp show, SOPEX, will be from noon to 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 18, in the United Methodist Church Social Hall, 607 W. Main St., Medford. The show will feature over 500 exhibit pages and nine vendor booths selling stamps, covers, postcards and collecting supplies. The stamp club will offer free stamps for children. Admission is free. The Southern Oregon Philatelic Society is the only club between Eugene and Sacramento, California. For further details, email at fnswan@mac.com or call 541-770-1689.

Teen Movie Matinee: Teens can watch treasure and pirate-themed movies, followed by casual chat about the film from 1 to 3 p.m. every Friday through August, at the Medford library, 205 S. Central Ave. Films will be rated G through PG-13. For further details and a full listing of film titles, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-8679.

Medford Cruise: The annual Medford Cruise will once again rev up its engine. The event kicks off with a Poker Chip Fun Run open to all kinds of cars and motorcycles at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Fichtner-Mainwaring Park, 334 Holmes Ave., Medford, followed by a concert in the park from 6 to 9 p.m. featuring The Modern Gentlemen, and an after-dusk (approximately 9:30 p.m.) drive-in movie featuring the “Back to the Future,” at the park (parking begins at 6 p.m.). The Show ’n’ Shine runs at the park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, with prize categories for street rods, sports cars, hot rods, imports and each of the Detroit Three automakers. The main event is the downtown cruise from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 18. All events are free to attend. To register your vehicle, or for a full listing of events and activities and updates, see medfordcruise.org, email at information@medfordcruise.org or call 541-858-0596.

Gold Hill Book Club: The Gold Hill Library Book Club for adults 18 and older will meet at 3 p.m. the third Friday of each month, at the Gold Hill library, 202 Dardanelles St. On Friday, June 17, the book to be discussed will be “The Starless Sea” by Erin Morgenstern. Books are available for pickup one month before the meeting date. For further details or to register, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-855-1994.

Slopes & Trails: Slopes & Trails will host a free meet-and-greet at 5 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Applegate River Lodge & Restaurant, 15100 Highway 238, Applegate. The nonprofit organization provides social and recreational activities. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required. See slopes.org.

Sonido Alegre: The band — guitarist Charles Guy, violinist Linda Powers, bassist John Galloway and percussionist Nick Helibrunn — will perform original music and select covers with Spanish flavors and flamenco flair at 5 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Trium Wines Tasting Room, 203 E. Main St., Talent. See triumwines.com or call 541-625-9100.

Steve Shine Jazz Trio: The trio — Steve Shine, Tom Stamper and Vernocia D’Leon — will play a mix of jazz, R & B, blues and current music at 5 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Bloomsbury Blends, 290 E. Main St., Ashland. See bloomsburyblends.com or call 541-708-0608.

Rick Millward: Singer, songwriter and guitarist Rick Millward will perform a mix of classic and current rock, pop, folk and original music at 5 p.m. Friday, June 17, at The Urban Cork, Urban Cork, 340 N. Fir St., Medford. See theurbancork.com or call 541-779-1788.

David Cahalan: Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist David Cahalan will perform at 5 p.m. Friday, June 17, at DANCIN Vineyards, 4477 S. Stage Road, Medford. Call 541-245-1133 or dancin.com.

Dayton Mason: Gypsy jazz singer, songwriter and guitarist Dayton Mason will perform at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Hummingbird Estate Winery, 1677 Old Stage Road, Central Point. See hummingbirdestate.com or call 541-930-2650.

The Roadsters: Guitarists James Fletcher and Joe Carnes, bassist Billy Boy Santos, percussionists Annette Marie Fortino and Jerry Horton, and keyboardist Elena Shpatenko-Fletcher will play a mix of country, oldies, classic rock and pop at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford. The event is also a fundraiser for Lions Sight and Hearing Center, which provides financial assistance for eye exams, hearing exams, eye glasses and hearing aids for individuals meeting specific income criteria. Look for a wine raffle, silent auction and grab bags, in addition to the live music. See walkaboutbrewing.com or call 541-734-4677.

Giantess Duo: Singer-songwriter and bassist Tess Minnick and guitarist Rob Gunderson will perform a blend of guitar driven blues rock, sultry jazz and a touch of rockabilly/country in an eclectic mix of covers and originals at 6 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Bayer Family Estate Winery, 11663 Agate Road, Eagle Point. See bayerfamilyestate.com or call 541-826-8953.

Jeff Kloetzel: Singer, songwriter and guitar player Jeff Kloetzel will play an acoustic mix of pop, folk and soul, along with original songs at 6 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Belle Fiore Winery, 100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. See bellefiorewine.com or call 541-552-4900.

John Dabaco: Jazz pianist John Dabaco will perform standards and classics at 6 p.m. every Friday and Saturday, at Hearsay Restaurant, Lounge and Garden, 40 S. First St., Ashland. See hearsayashland.com or call 541-625-0505.

Salsa Brava!: The ensemble — Christina Marsilia on vocals, John Mazzei on keys, Jeff Addicot on bass, Mike Fitch and Theresa McCoy on percussion, Gordon Greenley and Joe Fascilla on horns — will perform an array of dance styles, including Afro Cuban salsa, son Cubano, merengue, bachata, cha-cha, plena and Latin pop from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Paschal Winery, 1122 Suncrest Road, Talent. A beginner dance lesson will be provided by Saraleno Dance Co. Wine, food and beverages will be available for purchase. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $15 at the door, cash only. See paschalwinery.com or call 541-535-7957.

Wake the Dead: Celtic Grateful Dead jam band, Wake the Dead, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Grizzly Peak Winery, 1600 E. Nevada St., Ashland. The band blends the music from the Grateful Dead and Summer of Love songbooks and tunes from the Celtic fiddle and pipe traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Quebec and Galicia to create a profound sense of playfulness to these iconic songs of the ’60s and ’70s. Tickets are $25 and are available online at eventbrite.com. For further details see grizzlypeakwinery.com or call 541-482-5700.

Nick Garrett Powell: Guitarist and singer Nick Garrett Powell, lead singer of the acoustic duo The Fret Drifters, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Jefferson Spirits, 404 E. Main St., Medford. See jeffersonspirits.com, Jefferson Spirits on Facebook or call 541-500-1349.

Not Too Shabby: Singer Lisa Yriarte, guitarist Pete Brown and drummer Mike Fitch will play a mix of pop, blues, R&B and contemporary hits at 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Bella Union Restaurant, 170 W. California St., Jacksonville. See bellau.com or call 541-899-1770.

Sweet N’ Juicy: Dance the night away to the funky sounds of Sweet N’ Juicy at 8 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Grape Street Bar & Grill, 31 S. Grape St., Medford. See grapestreetbarandgrill.com or call 541-500-8881.

The Lynx Family Band: Alternative rock band The Lynx Family Band will perform at 9 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Local 31 Pub, 31 Water St., Ashland. See local31pub.com or call 541-708-6813.

Britt Festival Orchestra: The Britt Festival orchestra, under the direction of Teddy Abrams, along with guest artist, pianist Sebastian Chang, will present “Anniversary Spectacular” at 8 p.m.

Friday, June 17, at the Britt Pavilion, 350 S. First St., Jacksonville. The program includes “Everything Happens So Much,” by Timo Andres; Sebastian Chang’s The Empress Piano Concerto; Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 (Eroica); and a World Premiere Special Commission dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the BFO. Tickets are $49 for premium reserved seating, $29 for reserved seating, $20 for lawn seating, and $10 for students (with ID) ages 12 and younger. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at brittfest.org, at the box office, 216 W. Main St., Medford, or by calling 800-882-7488. For further details, see brittfest.org.

Saturday, June 18

Auto Europa Ashland Car Club: People interested in European classic and exotic cars can meet from 8 to 10 a.m. the third Saturday of every month at Water Street Café, 10 Water St., Ashland. The club often goes on cruises to various locations throughout the valley. For further details, see autoeuropaashland.com.

Ashland Saturday Market: Fresh and organic seasonal produce, bakery items, artisan food, plants and other goods are available from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 30, along Oak Street in downtown Ashland. See rvgrowersmarket.com.

Medford Cars & Coffee: Car enthusiasts can meet from 9 to 10:30 a.m. every Saturday at 2780 E. Barnett Road, Medford, near Starbucks and Mountain Mike’s Pizza. The group will not hold meetings in the event of rain or snowy weather. Find Medford Cars and Coffee on Facebook for further information.

Grants Pass Growers Market: Find local seasonal produce, baked goods, beverages and more from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at the corner of Fourth and F Streets, Grants Pass. See growersmarket.org.

Lithia Artisans Market: More than 40 artisans display and sell handcrafted items from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through October along Calle Guanajuato, the pedestrian walkway behind the downtown plaza that runs next to Ashland Creek in Ashland. Call 541-301-9811 or see lithiaartisansmarket.com.

Walk through History: Take a walk though Jacksonville’s history during a one-hour guided tour at 10 a.m. every Saturday through Sept. 3. The tour will leave from Jacksonville’s Courthouse Square, in front of City Hall, 206 N. Fifth St., Jacksonville. Visit government and commercial buildings, fraternal lodges and homes. Learn how gambling money built a church; how a saloon housed the county’s first museum; how the Civil War ended a successful mercantile partnership; how fire reshaped the town and a railroad both destroyed and preserved it; and more. Admission is free; donations accepted. All donations go towards the preservation and maintenance of Jacksonville’s historic buildings. Call 541-245-3650 or email info@historicjacksonville.org.

Royal Tea Party: The Randall Theatre Company will hold a “Royal Tea Party” with Belle, Cinderella and Anna (from “Frozen”), at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Ghostlight Playhouse, 115 E. Main St., Medford. The tea party will features stories, songs and crafts led by the royal hosts. Guests are encouraged to dress as royalty, and pictures with the princesses will be available. Tickets are $18. Admission includes tea, coffee, lemonade and light snacks. Wine, beer and cider will be available for purchase. For tickets and information see randalltheatre.com or calling 541-690-8810.

Historic Bank Tour: Step behind the counter of the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest — Beekman Bank — from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, through Sept. 4, at the Beekman Bank Museum, 110 W. California St., Jacksonville. A costumed docent will tell the stories of 19th century banking practices, gold shipping and handshake deals. Begun in 1856 as a gold dust office, it’s the oldest financial institution between San Francisco and Portland. Preserved as a museum since 1915, it saw over $40 million in gold cross its counter during Jacksonville’s heyday in the late 1800s — worth over $1 billion today. Admission is free; donations greatly appreciated. Proceeds go toward preservation and maintenance of the bank. Call 541-245-3650 or see historicjacksonville.org. For further information and other season offerings, call 541-245-3650 or email info@historicjacksonville.org.

Porchfest: Musicians will set up and perform on neighborhood porches in northwest Grants Pass from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18. The event will occur in the Northwest Washington Boulevard area of town, with the participating streets closed down to vehicle traffic. More than 21 musical groups or solo acts of various genres will perform, and attendees can bring their own chairs and sit or stand on the grass, sidewalk, or driveways to listen. At Lawnridge Park, 1090 N.W. Hawthorne Ave., look for vendors, raffles, food trucks and more. Donations and proceeds of items purchased at the festival will support nonprofit organizations CASA, Family Solutions, Maslow Project and Project Youth+. For more information see porchfestgrantspass.org.

All-Ages Storytime: Master storyteller Will Hornyak will present “Lifting Up the Sky: Tales of Heroes, Hope, and Wonder for All Ages,” at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Applegate library, 18485 N. Applegate Road. Hornyak will take listeners on a journey of imagination featuring unforgettable characters, memorable plots and far-flung lands of myth and legend. From Oregon tall tales and Mexican fables to Native American myths, Irish legends and participation stories, Hornyak weaves a wide web of oral traditions into a thoughtful, engaging crafted performance. For further details or to register, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-846-7346.

Southern Oregon Stitchers: The those interested in needle art can meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. the third Saturday of each month, except December, at First Presbyterian Church of Central Point, 456 W. Pine St. General meetings include presentations on various stitching techniques such as, embroidery, cross stitch, Japanese embroidery, blackwork, sashiko, cruel, bullion, French knots, needlepoint, bead work, quilts and more. Refreshments will be provided. Call 541-973-1275 or 541-646-1116.

Victorian History Tour: Hear about Victorian medical practices during a tour from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Beekman House, 470 E. California St., Jacksonville. The one-hour tour explores how most doctors still lacked formal medical education, hospitals were virtually non-existent, germs were unknown and narcotics, opiates, alcohol and poisons were the base of most medicines. Costumed docents will discuss the local health care available in the late 1800s, sharing stories of Beekman health issues and “cures,” and pointing out sanitation measures the family adopted. Tours begin every 20 minutes and tour size limited to eight people at a time. Reservations are required; tickets are $10. Tickets can be purchased at historicjacksonville.org/victorian-theme-tours. Proceeds from all tours benefit historic restoration projects. For further information and other season offerings, call 541-245-3650 or email info@historicjacksonville.org.

Caturday Pet Adoption: The Southern Oregon Humane Society will host a special cat adoption day, “Happy Caturday,” featuring a waived cat adoption fee for cats 6 months and older, from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Southern Oregon Humane Society, 2910 Table Rock Road, Medford. Kittens (less than 6 months) will be available for adoption at regular fees. Normal adoption procedures do apply. See sohumane.org/cats for further details and to view photos and information about cats ready for adoption. Call 541-779-3215.

Pirate and Mermaid Special Storytime: Young children are invited to a special storytime all about the treasures of land and sea at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Central Point library, 116 S. Third St. Crafts and activities will follow the storytime. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-664-3228.

Gardening Presentation: Jason Riessland, Master Gardener and certified instructor in Korean natural farming, will give a presentation on Korean gardening from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Talent library, 101 Home St. Riessland will introduce the system of farming and gardening developed by Master Han-Kyu Cho of South Korea. The system utilizes the revitalization and reintroduction of indigenous microorganisms into the soil, as well as inexpensive, made-on-site liquid fertilizers that can be applied in two ways. Additionally, Riessland will discuss the agricultural crossroads we find ourselves in at present. Participants will learn to identify the rights, principles and heart of Natural Farming; develop a basic understanding of the nine core solutions used in Korean Natural Farming; and receive and introduction to the IMO1 process. For further details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-535-4163.

Crafternoon: Teens and adults can sew a treasure box with fabric and embellished with crystals, sequins and beads during a two-session craft time from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays, June 18, and July 9, at the Gold Hill library, 202 Dardanelles St. You will need to attend both dates to complete the project. The library will provide supplies and have some sewing machines available to use. If you have your own portable sewing machine and sewing supplies, bring them with you. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-855-1994.

“Treasures of the Applegate” Presentation: A panel of five Applegaters — Barb Mumblo, Mark Prchal, Janis Mohr-Tipton, Janeen Sathre and Ann Goff — will share their “gems” of the Applegate in their fields of expertise from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Ruch library, 7919 Highway 238. Learn about birds, geology, hiking trails, Cantrall-Buckley Park treasures and wildflowers, then pick up a copy of the extensive Applegate Valley Scavenger Hunt, and begin your adventures. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-899-7438.

Phil King: The singer, songwriter and guitarist will play acoustic Americana-style originals along with a mix of retro cover songs across a wide variety of genres at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Augustino Estate at The Big Red Barn, 16995 N. Applegate Road, Grants Pass. See augustinoestate.com or call 541-846-1881.

Kid’s Crafternoon: Kids 8 and older can decorate a wooden box to hold their treasures from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Phoenix library, 510 W. First St. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-535-7090.

Tim Church: Guitarist Tim Church will play a mix of classical, jazz, Spanish and Brazilian instrumentals at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Weisinger’s Family Winery, 3150 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland. See weisingers.com or call 541-488-5989.

Joshua Paul: Guitarist and singer Joshua Paul will perform a blend of Americana, rock, country and blues at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Naumes Suncrest Winery, 1950 Suncrest Road, Talent. See naumesfamilyvineyards.com or call 541-608-1755.

Jared Gutridge: Acoustic guitarist Jared Gutridge (of rock band Blender) will perform a blend of indie rock and pop originals and covers at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Rogue Grape Barrel Room, 515 Bigham Knoll Drive, Jacksonville. See theroguegrape.com or call 541-622-8622.

JustaDuo: Singer Alois Henderson and multi-instrumentalist and singer Albert Lee will perform easy listening pop and light rock at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Stone River Winery and Vineyard, 2178 Pioneer Road, Talent. Call 541-631-9583.

Rogue Suspects: Rock, funk and blues band The Rogue Suspects — singer Shae Celine, guitar player Dirk Price, bassist Greg Frederick, drummer David Bolen and keyboard player Don Harriss—will perform a special concert of soul tunes at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Bayer Family Estate Winery, 11663 Agate Road, Eagle Point. See bayerfamilyestate.com or call 541-826-8953.

Mark Charles Hill & Friends: Guitarist and singer Mark Charles Hill and friends will play a mix of light rock, country and pop at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Bella Union Restaurant, 170 W. California St., Jacksonville. See bellau.com or call 541-899-1770.

Sunday, June 19

Jacksonville Farmers Market: The market is open from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Sunday through October on the grounds of the Historic Jacksonville Courthouse, 206 N. Fifth St., Jacksonville. You’ll find local produce, fresh baked goods, naturally raised beef, local seafood, beverages, treats, prepared foods, arts, crafts and live music. Find jville.market on Facebook for updates and further information.

David Barnes: Southern Oregon singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, David Barnes, will perform original music and select covers from 3 to 5 p.m. every Sunday at South Stage Cellars, 125 S. Third St., Jacksonville. See southstagecellars.com or call 541-899-9120.

Medford Juneteenth Celebration: Celebrate community and freedom during the second annual family-friendly Southern Oregon Juneteenth Celebration from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at Pear Blossom Park, 312 E. Fourth St., Medford. Look for food trucks, vendors, and info booths from across the Valley. There also will be games and activities for all ages, including face painting and bounce houses. Live music and entertainment will be performed by the Bishop Mayfield Band, local DJs and singers, plus inspiring speakers, and dance and music performances from the youth program, AfroScoutz. A smaller stage in the Kids’ Zone will feature live music as well. This year’s Juneteenth celebration will be focused on promoting and supporting local Black-owned businesses. For further information, see baseoregon.org.

Joshua Paul: Guitarist and singer Joshua Paul will perform a blend of Americana, rock, country and blues at noon Sunday, June 19, at Callahan’s Mountain Lodge, 7100 Old Highway 99 S., Ashland. See callahanslodge.com/events or call 541-482-1299.

Charles Guy & Linda Powers: Guitarist Charles Guy and violinist Linda Powers of the band Sonido Alegre will perform original music and select covers with Latin, Spanish, flamenco and Gypsy influences at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at Bayer Family Estate Winery, 11663 Agate Road, Eagle Point. See bayerfamilyestate.com or call 541-826-8953.

Local Composers Concert: A concert of new chamber music by local composers will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 19, in the Music Recital Hall, 450 S. Mountain Ave., on the Southern Oregon University campus in Ashland. The featured composers, members of the Southern Oregon chapter of the National Association of Composers USA, are William Ashworth, I’lana Cotton, Ken Deveney, Mark Jacobs, Beth Martin, Melissa Orr, Greg Steinke and R. Barry Ulrich. The performance is dedicated to the memory of Ulrich, who passed away this year. The music will be performed by flutist Angela Koregelos, Elisa clarinetist Montoya Sanchez, violinist Christiana Carr, cellist Doug Fong and pianist Nic Temple. Admission is $10 at the door.

Stardust Quartet: Singer Ruth Reyes on vocals, guitarist Tim Church, bassist Dave Miller, and Paul Schmeling on sax, will play jazz music at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at Pebblestone Cellars, 1670 Pioneer Road, Talent. See pebblestonecellars.wine or call 541-512-1655.

David Barnes: Southern Oregon singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, David Barnes, will perform original music and select covers from 3 to 5 p.m. every Sunday at South Stage Cellars, 125 S. Third St., Jacksonville. See southstagecellars.com or call 541-899-9120.

Bob Haworth: Singer-songwriter Bob Haworth, formerly a member of the bands of The Brothers Four and The Kingston Trio, will perform at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at Bella Union Restaurant, 170 W. California St., Jacksonville. See bellau.com or call 541-899-1770.

Rod Petrone: The classical guitarist will play a mix of instrumentals from Brazil, Latin America and France, along with his own arrangements of Italian compositions at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at Belle Fiore Winery, 100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. See bellefiorewine.com or call 541-552-4900.

Britt Festival Orchestra: The Britt Festival orchestra, under the direction of Teddy Abrams, along with guest artist, cellist Seth Parker Woods, will present “Juneteenth Celebration,” featuring music by Black composers at 8 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at the Britt Pavilion, 350 S. First St., Jacksonville. The program includes “Umoja,” by Valerie Coleman; Tyshawn Sorey’s “For Roscoe Mitchell;” Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson’s “Calvary Ostinato from Lamentations;” from Symphony No. 4, Adolphus Hailstork’s “Still Holding On;” and Julius Eastman’s “Femenine.”Tickets are $49 for premium reserved seating, $29 for reserved seating, $20 for lawn seating, and $10 for students (with ID) ages 12 and younger. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at brittfest.org, at the box office, 216 W. Main St., Medford, or by calling 800-882-7488. For further details see brittfest.org.

Monday, June 20

Take & Make: Kids and their families can stop by any JCLS branch to pick up a take-and-make craft kit during select dates. Each library branch offers a unique craft for every age group, from preschoolers to adults, and all need supplies are included in the kit. For details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar, or call the library branch in your area.

DART Mobile Services: The JCLS DART outreach vehicle, which visits a variety of locations throughout Jackson County, is a Wi-Fi hotspot and computer lab all rolled into one. Library staff, known as Mobile Services Specialists, offer use of their laptop computers, along with tech help and special programs and presentations. Anyone within a 300-foot radius of DART can access its Wi-Fi for free. To learn more, including the most up-to-date schedule of stops, see jcls.org/DART or call 541-774-8679.

Teen Gamer Day: Teens can play classic and new board games, Nintendo Switch or Wii from noon to 5 p.m. every Monday at the Medford library, 205 S. Central Ave. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-8679.

Author Talk: Maria Katsantones, author of “Hiking in Ashland: a Comprehensive Guidebook,” will talk about their book at 7 p.m. Monday, June 20, at Bloomsbury Books, 290 E. Main St., Ashland. Admission is free. Call 541-488-0029 or see bloomsburyashland.com.

Paul Schmeling Band: The Paul Schmeling Band will perform jazz standards from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays at Martino’s Restaurant and Lounge, 58 E. Main St., Ashland. Email at artymorlan@gmail.com or call 541-488-4420.

**CANCELED** She & Him: *Note: This show has been canceled. For further information see brittfest.org or call 800-882-7488.

Tuesday, June 21

Ashland Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market: Seasonal fruits and vegetables, fresh-cut flowers, crafts, specialty foods, drinks and more are available from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays through November, at 1554 Webster St., near Southern Oregon University, Ashland. See rvgrowersmarket.com.

Daniel Meyer Pool: The outdoor pool at 1705 Homes Ave. in Ashland is open for lap and recreational swimming through early September. The pool will be closed on all Mondays. For information on swim schedules and lessons, see ashland.or.us/swim or call 541-488-0313.

Shooting Star Wands: Children 5 and older can make an LED shooting star wand that glows even after being turned off at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 21, at the Butte Falls library, 626 Fir Ave. All materials will be provided. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-865-3511.

Medford Senior Center Bingo: The Medford Senior Center will host bingo games for adults at 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday at the Medford Senior Center, 510 E. Main St.; $8 for six cards for 10 games. Must be 18 or older to participate. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. For further details on the games or for a full listing of activities and services available, see medfordseniorcenter.org.

Teen Escape Room: Teens 13 and older can work together to escape “The Pirate’s Lair,” at 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, June 21, at the Eagle Point library, 239 W. Main St. The participants of the escape room have “overheard” at the library about a secret treasure buried by the famous pirate Captain Bianca Book. This ancient treasure belongs in a museum, but those rapscallions want to keep it for themselves. You’ve made it to the pirate’s secret lair, but those who want the treasure for themselves are right behind you. Solve the puzzle, and get out before they arrive and steal it away. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-826-3313.

Social Dance Club: Dance to music performed by Darren Kuykendall from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays at the Rogue Valley Square Dance Center, 3377 Table Rock Road, Medford. Dances include swing, foxtrot, waltz, cha-cha, tango and more. You do not need a partner to participate. Admission is $5-$6. Call or text 541-941-1973.

Medford Cribbage Tournament: Compete in a round of cribbage with the local cribbage group at 1:45 p.m. Tuesdays at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, 2640 E. Barnett Road, Medford. All ages welcome. Call 541-499-1500.

Reading Genre Chat: Join other readers and enthusiasts of mysteries for a discussion of the genre in more detail and to share titles and authors at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at the Ashland library, 410 Siskiyou Blvd. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-6980.

Tuesday Afternoon Knitters: Knitters, crocheters and tatters of all skill levels can gather to learn from each other, share ideas and create new pieces from 3 to 5 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Phoenix library, 510 W. First St. For further information see Tuesday Afternoon Knitters on Facebook.

History Presentation: Local historians Dan and Carole Nielson will give an all-ages presentation, “Pirates,” at 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at the Shady Cove library, 22477 Highway 62. The Nielsons will introduce you to the world of pirates and some of the most infamous characters to have sailed the seven seas. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-878-2270.

Cocktails for a Cause: Friends of the Animal Shelter will hold a fundraising event “Cocktail for a Cause” from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at Luna Café, 2525 Ashland St., Ashland. Luna will create a couple signature cocktails (non-alcoholic lemonade is available) for FOTAS, with a portion of those specific drink proceeds benefiting the FOTAS Spay/Neuter Fund. Also look for a 50/50 raffle and (possibly) a few cat or kitten “guests.” The special FOTAS specific drinks will be available at Luna through the end of June and FOTAS will receive a portion of those beverage prices. For further details see fotas.org or call 541) 774-6651.

Medicare presentation: Linda Clarkson and Cheryl Harrison of Futurity First Insurance Group will give a free presentation, “Medicare 101,” at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at the Central Point Parks and Recreation, 235 S. Haskell St., Room 2, Central Point. Presenters will review Medicare Part A and Part B, as well as Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans and Medicare Supplement health insurance plans. Participants also will learn how Medicare Part D prescription drug plans work and how to get help with the cost of prescription drugs. Presentations are intended for people who are turning 65 and are new to Medicare. To register, call 541-973-2100 or email roguemedicare@ffig.com.

Sweet Adelines: The Southern Oregon Sound Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a dynamic a cappella chorus for women, under the direction of Martha Segura, offers instruction on vocal technique, musical accuracy and showmanship. Rehearsals are from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Eastwood Baptist Church, 675 N. Keene Way Drive, Medford. Call 541-595-8247 or see southernoregonsoundchorus.com.

Dusty Ruckus & The Pastel Panties: Bluegrass bands Dusty Ruckus & The Pastel Panties will perform at 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at Local 31 Pub, 31 Water St., Ashland. See local31pub.com or call 541-708-6813.

Wednesday, June 22

ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum: A variety of interactive science exhibits are available at the museum, located at 1500 E. Main St., Ashland. The interactive museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. Many exhibits will be modified to reduce touch surfaces — fewer hands-on activities — and increase physical distancing. Admission is $12.50, $10.50 for ages 2 through 12 and 65 and older, and free for kids under age 2, $3 for SNAP/Oregon Trail card holders. Admission is $3 the first Sunday of every month. To purchase tickets or for more information, see scienceworksmuseum.org or call 541-482-6767.

Kids Nature Presentation: Kids 5 years and older can join Bugs-R-Us to play detective with real owl pellets to learn what owls have eaten at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Applegate library, 18485 N. Applegate Road. Latex gloves, tweezers, and magnifying glasses will be provided for dissecting the owl pellets. Kids will also learn about owls in the environment and the part they play in the food-web cycle. For further details or to register, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-846-7346.

Teen Game Day: Teens 12 and older can participate in a treasure hunting live-action board game at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Talent library, 101 Home St. Teens will play against each other, roll giant dice and step on giant spaces to get to the “buried treasure” before everyone else. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-535-4163.

All-Ages Storytime: Master storyteller Will Hornyak will present “Lifting Up the Sky: Tales of Heroes, Hope, and Wonder for All Ages,” at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the White City library, 3143 Avenue C. Hornyak will take listeners on a journey of imagination featuring unforgettable characters, memorable plots, and far-flung lands of myth and legend. From Oregon tall tales and Mexican fables to Native American myths, Irish legends and participation stories, Hornyak weaves a wide web of oral traditions into a thoughtful, engaging crafted performance. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-864-8880.

Yarnia: Children 8 and older can learn to knit or crochet from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Eagle Point library, 239 W. Main St. Supplies and instruction are provided. All levels welcome. For further details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-826-3313.

Pirate and Mermaid Special Storytime: Young children are invited to a special storytime all about the treasures of land and sea at 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Jacksonville library, 340 W. C St. Crafts and activities will follow the storytime. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-899-1665.

Children’s Treasure Hunt: Kids can look for a pirate treasure at 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Shady Cove library, 22477 Highway 62. Follow clues to a special surprise as you navigate your way through the library. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-878-2270.

Pirate and Mermaid Special Storytime: Young children are invited to a special storytime all about the treasures of land and sea at 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Shady Cove library, 22477 Highway 62. Crafts and activities will follow the storytime. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-878-2270.

Applegate Evening Market: Shop local directly from area farmers, artisans, and crafters, and hear live music by regional artists from 5 to 8 p.m. every Wednesday through Oct., at Electric Gardens Flower Farm, 8035 Highway 238, Jacksonville. See applegateeveningmarket.com or call 541-761-6502.

Gold Hill Sewing Club: Adults and teens 16 and older can join other sewing enthusiasts at 5 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of every month through May, at the Gold Hill library, 202 Dardanelles St., to learn to sew or work on projects you have already started. All levels welcome. There will be some supplies and sewing machines available, but you may bring your own if you have them. Children ages 8-15 are welcome with an adult to supervise and assist them. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-855-1994.

Pinsky and Phil: Guitar and harmonica duo David Pinsky and Phil Newton will play original ‘60s-style Chicago blues duets at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at DANCIN Vineyards, 4477 S. Stage Road, Medford. Call 541-245-1133 or dancin.com.

Rick Millward: Singer, songwriter and guitarist Rick Millward will perform a mix of classic and current rock, pop, folk and original music at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at Hummingbird Estate Winery, 1677 Old Stage Road, Central Point. See hummingbirdestate.com or call 541-930-2650.

Livable City Discussion Group: Join in a discussion focusing on climate change in the Rogue Valley, and explore how wildfires impact our community at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Medford library, 205 S. Central Ave. The discussion panel will include Josh Gross, Ashland-based author of the novel “Summer of Smoke,” who will introduce his book and discuss how he sees climate change impacting life in the Rogue Valley. Medford Planning Department Director Matt Brinkley will share the city’s work on the Climate Change Adaptation and Resiliency Plan. Deputy Fire Marshall Mark Shay will share what the city of Medford is doing to address wildfire risk and what mitigation strategies community members can take to help create fire-wise communities. For further details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-8679.

Not Too Shabby: Singer Lisa Yriarte, guitarist Pete Brown and drummer Mike Fitch will play a mix of pop, blues, R&B and contemporary hits at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at Belle Fiore Winery, 100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. See bellefiorewine.com or call 541-552-4900.

Jeff Kloetzel: Singer, songwriter and guitar player Jeff Kloetzel will play an acoustic mix of pop, folk and soul, along with original songs at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at South Stage Cellars, 125 S. Third St., Jacksonville. See southstagecellars.com or call 541-899-9120.

OSF Green Show: Free live entertainment is presented at 6:45 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, through Oct. 1, on the Courtyard Stage adjacent to the Allen Elizabethan and Angus Bowmer theaters on the Oregon Shakespeare Festival campus, 15 S. Pioneer St., Ashland. See osfashland.org or call 541-482-4331.

Norah Jones: *SOLD OUT* Nine-time Grammy award-winner, Norah Jones, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Britt Pavilion, 350 S. First St., Jacksonville. Jones first emerged on the world stage with the 2002 release of “Come Away With Me,” her self-described “moody little record” that introduced a singular new voice and grew into a global phenomenon, sweeping the 2003 Grammy Awards. Since then, Jones has sold more than 50 million albums, and her songs have been streamed six billion times worldwide. Tickets are $89 for reserved seating, $59 for lawn seating, and $49 for ages 12 and younger. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at brittfest.org, at the box office, 216 W. Main St., Medford, or by calling 800-882-7488. For further details see brittfest.org.

Thursday, June 23

Medford Growers Market: Fresh and organic seasonal produce, fresh-cut flowers, crafts and food carts are available from local farms and vendors from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursdays through November, in Hawthorne Park, 501 E. Main St., corner of East Jackson and Hawthorne streets, Medford. See rvgrowersmarket.com.

All-Ages Storytime: Master storyteller Will Hornyak will present “Lifting Up the Sky: Tales of Heroes, Hope, and Wonder for All Ages,” at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Eagle Point library, 239 W. Main St. Hornyak will take listeners on a journey of imagination featuring unforgettable characters, memorable plots and far-flung lands of myth and legend. From Oregon tall tales and Mexican fables to Native American myths, Irish legends and participation stories, Hornyak weaves a wide web of oral traditions into a thoughtful, engaging crafted performance. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-826-3313.

Eagle Point Book Sale: Book sales are from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Thursdays at the Eagle Point library, 239 W. Main St. Look for new or gently-used books, DVDs and CDs. Proceeds help fund library programs, activities and collections. For further details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-826-3313.

Digging Dinos: Kids can go back in time and learn about 15 species of well-known dinosaurs with Bugs ’R Us expert, John Jackson, at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Talent library, 101 Home St. Explore real fossils, teeth, claws and imitation skin. Kids will learn what era these creatures came from, what are the living dinos of today, and can participate in a dinosaur fossil dig and take home whatever they find. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-535-4163.

Music in the Library: Musicians from Rogue Valley Symphony will perform on the main floor of the Ashland library, 410 Siskiyou Blvd., at 3 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month through August. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-6980.

Deadbolt Mystery Society: Teens 13 and older can meet up to help solve a Deadbolt Mystery Society box, from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Ashland library, 410 Siskiyou Blvd. All the supplies will be provided to be immersed in the story, find out more about the suspects, and unravel clues. For further details, see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-774-6980.

Summer Thursdays: Bring a picnic and enjoy the summer evening, stroll about the historic Hanley grounds, take self-guided garden tours, and tour the Hanley House from 4 to 8 p.m. every Thursday through Sept. 1, at the Historic Hanley Farm, 1053 Hanley Road, Central Point. The first Thursday of each month, in addition to Hanley House tours, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the Farm’s “old barn,” one of the oldest in Oregon that is still standing, and every third Thursday wagon rides will be available. All activities are free except the house tour, which is $10, $5 for children ages 12 and younger. For further details see sohs.org, email at info@sohs.org or call 541-773-6536.

Nick Garrett Powell: Guitarist and singer Nick Garrett Powell, lead singer of the acoustic duo The Fret Drifters, will perform at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at Bloomsbury Blends, 290 E. Main St., Ashland. See bloomsburyblends.com or call 541-708-0608.

Jen Ambrose: Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jen Ambrose will play a mix of original blues, soul and folk at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at Belle Fiore Winery, 100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. See bellefiorewine.com or call 541-552-4900.

Irish Music: Hear live traditional Irish and Celtic music by a variety of local musicians and join in dancing led by Alexis Jordan at 5:30 p.m. every Thursday at Dunbar Farms Rocky Knoll Winery, 2881 Hillcrest Road, Medford. Admission is free. See dunbarfarms.com or call 541-414-3363.

Comedy Improv Sessions: The Rogue Valley Improvers, led by Thomas Hartmann who trained with Second City Chicago, will hold free improvisational comedy practice from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursdays at the Medford library, 205 S. Central Ave. For further information, email forinfoman44@gmail.com.

Trivia Night: Lighthearted games of trivia are available at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays at Portal Brewing, 100 E. Sixth St., Medford. Participation is free; prize for winning team. Call 541-326-2261.

Ashland City Band: The community band, conducted by Don Bieghler, will perform at 7 p.m. every Thursday through Aug. 11, in the Butler Band Shell in Ashland’s Lithia Park. Music selections will include original compositions, Broadway show songs, marches and featured soloists. Pre-concert music will be played each week by a variety of small ensembles at 6:15 pm, including the Dixieland Band, the Rogue Valley Brass Quintet, the German Band, the Ashland Brass, the Rogue Valley Woodwind Quintet and the Jefferson State Brass. Admission is free. Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets or low-level chairs, as park bench seating is limited. A patriotic concert will be presented at noon Monday, July 4. See ashlandband.org for further details.

The Lowest Pair: Kendl Winter on vocals and banjo, and Palmer T. Lee on vocals, banjo, and guitar will perform roots and folk tunes at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Cedarwood Farm Barn, 7912 Wagner Creek Road, Talent. Tickets are $25 and are available online at eventbrite.com. Doors open at 6 p.m. For further information see ashlandfolkcollective.com.

Greg Frederick & Friends: Bassist Greg Frederick and friends will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at Bella Union Restaurant, 170 W. California St., Jacksonville. See bellau.com or call 541-899-1770.

Maracujá: The duo — singer, sax player and guitarist Caitlin Belem and guitarist Terrence Rosnagle — will perform a mix of fiery Cuban son and Brazilian samba-funk to soothing bossa nova and wistful boleros at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at Laughing Lady Farm, 1564 E. Nevada St., Ashland. Admission is $25 at the door. For reservations and further details see cagefreeconcerts.com or email at seats@cagefreeconcerts.com. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Friday, June 24

All-Ages Storytime: Master storyteller Will Hornyak will present “Lifting Up the Sky: Tales of Heroes, Hope, and Wonder for All Ages,” at 2 p.m. Friday, June 24, at the Gold Hill library, 202 Dardanelles St. Hornyak will take listeners on a journey of imagination featuring unforgettable characters, memorable plots and far-flung lands of myth and legend. From Oregon tall tales and Mexican fables to Native American myths, Irish legends and participation stories, Hornyak weaves a wide web of oral traditions into a thoughtful, engaging crafted performance. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-855-1994.

Children’s Storytime: Young children can join a special themed storytime, crystal growing craft, and a crystal and gem scavenger hunt in the library at 2.m. Friday, June 24, at the Prospect library, 150 Mill Creek Drive. For further details see jcls.org and click on Programs & Events and then JCLS Calendar or call 541-560-3668.

Joshua Paul: Guitarist and singer Joshua Paul will perform a blend of Americana, rock, country, and blues at 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 24, at The English Lavender Farm, 8040 Thompson Creek Road, Applegate. See englishlavenderfarm.com or call 541-846-0375.

Grateful Dead Night: Steve Shine, Tom Stamper and Vernocia D’Leon will play covers of Grateful Dead songs at 4:45 p.m. Friday, June 24, at the Urban Cork, Urban Cork, 340 N. Fir St., Medford. See theurbancork.com or call 541-779-1788.

Allison Scull and Victor Martin: Singer-songwriter and guitarist Allison Scull and sax player Victor Martin will play a mix of folk, jazz, blues and pop, along with Scull singing some of her original songs in French at 5 p.m. Friday, June 24, at DANCIN Vineyards, 4477 S. Stage Road, Medford. Call 541-245-1133 or dancin.com.

Talent Evening Market: Fresh organic produce, crafts, prepared foods and more are available from local farms and vendors from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. the fourth Friday of each month through Aug. 26, in Old Town Park, across from City Hall at the corner of Main and John streets, Talent. On June 24, live music will be performed by Josh Capehart. See talentartisansandgrowers.com.

Jones: Joshua and Shelley Kristen Jones will perform covers of popular classic rock, R&B, pop, jazz standards, and originals at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Belle Fiore Winery, 100 Belle Fiore Lane, Ashland. See bellefiorewine.com or call 541-552-4900.

Connor Reese: Singer-songwriter Connor Reese will perform a blend of witty originals and quirky reimaginings of classic tunes at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Hummingbird Estate Winery, 1677 Old Stage Road, Central Point. See hummingbirdestate.com or call 541-930-2650.

Modern Prometheus Jazz Company: The modern jazz group — Tom Stamper on drums, Dave Stone on sax, Steve Fain on bass, and Don Monjure on piano — will perform improvisational jazz winding through decades of the American Jazz experience at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Bloomsbury Blends, 290 E. Main St., Ashland. See bloomsburyblends.com or call 541-708-0608.

Taurie Michele: Singer and guitarist Taurie Michele will perform indie rock and pop tunes at 6 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Applegate Country Club, 15090 Highway 238, Applegate. Find Applegate Country Club on Facebook.com or call 541-846-1666.

‘Surealia’: Studio Roxander presents this year’s “reinvention” of the contemporary ballet “Surealia,” choreographed and directed by David Roxander. The show features young dancers from Studio Roxander’s Academy of Ballet, along with Ashton Roxander and fellow Philadelphia Ballet dancer, Sydney Dolan. “Surealia” is an imaginative, mystical, mesmerizing explosion of color, sound and movement — a passionate and captivating ballet spectacle. Performances are set for 7 p.m. Friday, June 24, and 1 and 7 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at Crater Performing Arts Center, 55 N. Third St., Central Point. Tickets are $12 to $28 and can be purchased at studioroxander.com, at Studio Roxander, 101 E. 10th St., or by calling 541-773-7272.

Nick Garrett Powell: Guitarist and singer Nick Garrett Powell, lead singer of the acoustic duo The Fret Drifters, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Bella Union Restaurant, 170 W. California St., Jacksonville. See bellau.com or call 541-899-1770.

Britt Festival Orchestra: The Britt Festival orchestra, under the direction of Teddy Abrams, along with guest artist, baritone Davóne Tines, will present “Truths Be Told,” at 8 p.m. Friday, June 24, at the Britt Pavilion, 350 S. First St., Jacksonville. The program includes “Reflections and Prayers,” a collection of American song-poems performed by Davóne Tines, “Dover Beach,” by Samuel Barber; Caroline Shaw’s “By & By;” Davóne Tines, Igėe Dieudonné, and Matthew Aucoin’s “Vigil;” Carlos Simon’s “Angels in Heaven;” andDmitri Shostakovich’s “Symphony No. 10 .” Tickets are $49 for premium reserved seating, $29 for reserved seating, $20 for lawn seating, and $10 for students (with ID) ages 12 and younger. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at brittfest.org, at the box office, 216 W. Main St., Medford, or by calling 800-882-7488. For further details see brittfest.org.

Thundercloud: Rock band Thundercloud will perform at 9 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Local 31 Pub, 31 Water St., Ashland. See local31pub.com or call 541-708-6813.