This weekend is all about the ladies at the “Just for Women” Expo. Head to the Medford Armory Friday and Saturday for the event which includes Zumba lessons, make-up tricks, free massages and healthcare informational all geared toward women. Dozens of vendors will be on hand with products as services and each day there are free prizes. The event runs Friday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
After that, grab your girlfriends or your guy and head out to sip and sun yourself at 18 of Southern Oregon’s best wineries. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday the self-paced “Applegate Uncorked” wine tour promises plenty of pours, appetizers and music. For $39 you can pick your starting point and wander at your own pace to as many of the wineries as you want.
In Klamath Falls organizers are raising awareness and sharing the appreciation of a beautiful car. Lithia Ford and the Chapman Family team up to put on the Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Awareness Car Show again this year. SJS is a severe and painful allergic drug reaction. See classics and hotrods gleam and glisten in the sunlight this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Take in art of a different kind at Free Family Saturdays. Rogue Gallery and Art in downtown Medford opens its doors every third Saturday during the summer for all ages. Families are welcome to create, explore, and enjoy seeing and making art together from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. all for free.
Musicians from all over the west are in the Applegate Valley for three-day celebration of music. Apple Jam Music Festival is in its 6th year. Previously held at the Provolt Store, Apple Jam will now be in the full Bloom Eco-Farm in Jacksonville. Three days of live music kick off Friday at 1:00 p.m.
Take the family on a road trip to Winston and stop for a special picnic at Wildlife Safari. The animal park is celebrating Bear Awareness Week with its annual Teddy Bear Picnic. Personal teddies and other cuddly friends are invited to tag along with kids as they learn about the bears and other wild animals who call the park home. Your child’s teddy will even visit the doctor to get cleaned up and stitched up. The event starts at noon this Saturday.