From Halloween to the winter holidays, we are headed Out and About this weekend.
Tonight, come face to face with the most terrifying characters ever immortalized on the big screen. Tonight through Saturday, thrill seekers can take a bone-chilling stroll through a 12,000 square foot labyrinth recreating the worlds of these four movie mega-villains.
The Titans of Terror Nightmare Chamber opens at 7 p.m. At the Randall Theater, and runs through 10 p.m. admission is $10 at the door.
If you’re ready to forget the scary holiday and move forward to the Christmas holiday, this weekend you can!
You can get crafts, Scandinavian goodies, homemade pies and handmade quilts. You can find it all at the Ascension Lutheran Church. That’s on Black Oak Drive in Medford. It’s happening from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. There is an entry fee.
A choir with origins in the 15th century is sharing its music with the rogue valley. The Vienna Boys Choir’s music ranges from classical to contemporary.
The choir has performed to sold-out crowds with their incandescent voices and interpretations. It’s happening at Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Craterian Theatre at the Collier Center for the Performing Arts.
Adult tickets range from $27-$33.
Rock out at the Crater Rock Museums upcoming art show. Saturday’s showcase promises magnificent masterpieces on display.
The pieces have been donated and collected from every corner of the world. Local artists will also be on hand with their creations.
The showcase runs 10:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday at the museum in Central Point. Admission is free.
If you need some more fiber in your social diet, you can check out the FiberMania 2013 this year.
You can get everything from fiber, yarn, handcrafted gifts, and spinning and weaving equipment. There will also be classes in spinning, weaving, and knitting.
It’s happening Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 9:30 to 4 p.m. It’s at the Josephine County Fair Grounds in Grants Pass.
The Southern Oregon Kennel Club is hosting its 2 day, all breed show.
While you can’t enter your own Fido, you can watch as 350 dogs compete for best in show and share their training and skills.
The event, which begins Saturday at the Jackson County Fairgrounds, is free for the whole family.