The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts, is a performing arts company, cultural arts center, and community music school in Eugene, Oregon, United States. The Institute has three performance venues, various community meeting rooms, and extensive music education facilities.
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When you visit the Museum of Natural and Cultural History either in person or virtually, you are making connections to others, to our past (including 14,000 years of Oregon heritage and the famous Fort Rock sandals: the world’s oldest shoes), and to our future. Dig into science, celebrate culture, and join together to promote a just and sustainable world.
The Cottage Theatre in Cottage Grove produces plays and musicals all year in their newly remodeled theatre. Also offering summer camps for children, this volunteer-centered organization showcases the talents of Lane County residents of all ages.
Hope and Robinson Theatres (housed in the University of Oregon Miller Theatre Complex) host 35 performances a year, featuring productions by students and faculty.
Together Anywhere is a location-aware storytelling experience that takes you on an entertaining and unique journey through Oregon created by locals for both locals and visitors. Their audio guides app uses GPS location services to help you see the sights and hear the stories care- and hands-free.
As the Willamette Valley’s premier adult recreational sports league, Playground Sports offers traditional sports like basketball and volleyball alongside retro-rec sports like kickball, dodgeball, bowling, lawn games, soccer, golf, and pub games. All sports bring fun opportunities to hang out with friends, meet new people, and get your sweat on all year.
The world’s first sandboard store, Sand Master Park in Florence offers sandboard and sand sled rentals, sales, and lessons for your day at the dunes. All of the instructors are current or former world or national sandboard champions.
A volunteer-based, nonprofit community theater company, Actors Cabaret of Eugene performs all year, producing newly released and classical musicals from Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional theaters. They offer full dinners, brunches, desserts, and a full bar to make the evening complete and enjoyable for all patrons.
Your climbing itch can still be scratched even if the weather isn’t amenable at Crux Rock Gym. A locally owned indoor climbing gym open to all no matter your skill level and abilities, Crux offers rock climbing lessons for youth and adults, summer camps, a fitness center, personal training, and even outdoor climbing. They have auto belays for climbers without a partner, a unique bouldering cave, an overhead beam route for adventurous lead climbers, and changing rooms and shower facilities.
ALTAIR is a sports and social club that is open to anyone interested in any of their wide variety of sports and social activities. They have year-round outdoor and indoor offerings, including hiking, biking, golf, skiing, camping, movies, volleyball, card games, dance lessons, dinner parties, and much more. They host a monthly membership meeting that includes signups for events, orientation for new members, and guest speakers. This summer, they will be hosting these meetings at Alton Baker Park.
A nonprofit organization that raises money for and supports the Eugene Symphony, the Eugene Symphony Guild brings people together through fundraising events and music education programs. They are hosting the annual Music in the Garden tour virtually this year, on June 27.
- Looking to get out of town? TravelPerks Eugene works with all resorts, cruise lines, and tour providers to give you the vacation of your dreams! They offer the best savings on every adventure and will eliminate any of the stress or hassle attached to the travel planning process, even offering promotions, exclusive savings, and bonuses. More info »
- Hope and Robinson Theatres (housed in the University of Oregon Miller Theatre Complex) host 35 performances a year, featuring productions by students and faculty. More info »