Here are some events that have been cancelled due to smoke and air quality conditions:
Friday night’s Music and Movies in the Park in Central Point has been cancelled.
Thunder Ridge Ranch Summer Concert Series in Merlin has been cancelled for the rest of august.
The Iron Horse Run at Lake Selmac also cancelled. The Caveman Pool in Grants Pass is currently closed.
A Saturday “fly-in” at the Grants Pass Airport hosted by the Experimental Aircraft Association has been cancelled.
Senior dining services in Glendale are cancelled for the rest of this week.
County fair season is still going strong.
The Siskiyou Golden Fair is underway in Yreka through Sunday, August 11. This year’s fair features an event by the California Cowboys Professional Rodeo Association on Saturday.
The Klamath County Fair starts today and continues through Sunday. The rodeo is joining traditional fair activities here as well. Look for two days of rodeo action from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association on Friday and Saturday.
Star Party, Fort Klamath Museum on Highway 62
Bring your lawn chair and blanket out to the Fort Klamath Museum on Sunday night for a star party. The museum is hosting a viewing party for the Perseid Meteor Shower. Gates open at 8 p.m. Best viewing conditions will be after 10:30 p.m.
Nunsentations, Oregon Cabaret Theatre, Ashland
The little sisters of Hoboken are getting their act together and taking it to Las Vegas.
“Nunsensations” at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland reunites the sisters of Nunsense fame, this time in the land of sequins, feathers and head dresses.
They will be delivering their classic brand of hilarious one-liners mixed with a little faith, hope and a lot of razzle-dazzle. Come early and play bingo with the nuns. Dinner packages are available.
Contact the Oregon Cabaret Theatre for ticket information. “Nunsensations” runs through August 25.
Tarzan, Craterian Theater, Medford
The Craterian Theater in Medford is about to become a jungle as the Teen Musical Theater of Oregon presents the “Tarzan: the Musical”.
With characters and music inspired by the Disney movie, this production features more than fifty local young people. There will also be high-flying special effects as young actors swing through the jungle set.
“Tarzan” opens on Friday night and will run this weekend and next. Contact the Craterian Theater for ticket information.