Medford, Ore. — You can soon head back in time, to the 1960’s. It’s all part of Southern Oregon Historical Society’s new exhibit called “Far Out!”
The 1960’s where a time when the culture was changing – from music to politics. Now you can relive it or learn about it for the first time. The exhibit includes four different sections – focusing on pop culture, the civil rights movement, life as a child and the environment.
The exhibit opens Saturday and is running through April 17th. It will be open six days a week at the Woolworth Building in downtown Medford. Admission is $3. Children under the age of four get in for free.