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Out & About: Nov. 8th-10th

dwtrvs alyssaWhether you are a foodie or just like to eat, starting Friday you can celebrate food, brew, wine and spirits. The seventh annual Ashland Culinary Festival includes more than 20 vendors, workshops, tours, food demos, and eight outstanding local chefs will slice into their competitive sides in the top chef competition.

Get into the Christmas spirit at this year’s Holiday Market. With over 200 booths of hand crafted gifts and decorations, the event fills the expo at the Jackson County Fairgrounds. Local artisans will be on hand Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bring the kids and stop by the North Pole Cafe for a hot chocolate.

Black Friday is coming up this weekend. The Randall Theatre is bringing the chaos of the busiest shopping day of the year to the stage. Friday is the opening night for this comedy. Tickets are $20 for that gala event and include drinks and hour d’oeuvres. But you can catch consumerism comedy through Nov. 24 for $12, or pay what you want at the door.

The Basin is celebrating Oregon’s role in the wild west. Prominent local artists galloped into town with their western-inspired masterpieces for a new exhibit. See the wild landscapes and the people who call them home at the Klamath County Museum. The exhibit, which features more than a dozen local artists, opens this Saturday. Admission is free during the museums regular hours. Those are Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Break out the designer duds, it’s the Pet Fashion Show! But that’s just part of the fun at the eighth Pet Daze at the Grange Pet Country. This Saturday the events begin at 8 a.m. and last until 6:30 p.m. Santa will be on hand for photos with your four-legged friend. And look for free snacks, pet products and a silent auction.

NewsWatch 12′s Christy Lewis and Alyssa Caroprese are joining nine other familiar faces for the fifth annual Dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars competition. The yearly event raises money for Southern Oregon Sparrow Clubs and USA Dance as dancers burn up the floor at North Medford School. Tickets are nearly sold out, so you’ll want to buy yours for Saturday’s matinee or the evening show as soon as possible.

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  1. Denise James says:

    Check out the Habitat for Humanity site. Dedication for the 48th and 49th houses is this Saturday at 11::00. The location is 360 Argyle St, near the corner of N Ross Ln and Sweet Rd. One house is for a single mother sponsored by a collaboration of local churches, the other is for a local veteran who is a single dad.

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