Hay Maze, Central Point
One of the first family attractions of the fall is getting ready for adventurous visitors.
Enjoy all the twists, turns, and switchbacks…and even some dead ends in the “hay-mazing” straw maze. This is the first year for this hay maze, but the builders bring over twenty years of maze-building experience to the structure.
The maze opens on Saturday and will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. through October 31. Bring a flashlight if you plan to enter the maze after dark. The maze is located at gate 1 at the near the Jackson County Expo Grounds.
Admission is $8 for everyone 6 and over. Ages five and under are free.
Spend a day in the mountains, enjoying nature, art, music and delicious food at the second annual Greensprings Mountain Festival.
It all takes place on Saturday, just twenty-three miles east of Ashland at the Pinehurst Inn on Highway 66. There is an extra charge for some activities.
All funds raised at the Greensprings Mountain Festival will benefit the all-volunteer Greensprings Rural Fire District.
It’s a powerful story of family, responsibility and the fragile world of illusion. Craterian Performances next stage repertory company presents the Tennessee Williams classic, the glass menagerie.
Explore the lives of a southern family as they struggle to escape reality while on a collision course with fate. The glass menagerie plays at the Craterian Theater this weekend and next.
Contact the Craterian Box Office for ticket information.