By Eugene Magazine

April 29

Live Wire with Luke Burbank

Portland’s nationally syndicated public radio comes to Eugene! Join Emmy award-winning host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello for a night of music, comedy, and conversation–live and packed with surprises!

Hult Center

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April 30

Eugene Biennial

The deadline to apply for the Eugene Biennial is April 30, with exhibit dates of August 3 through September 10. For budding artists, the Eugene Biennial is one of the most prestigious local show opportunities, with lots of great prizes.

Karin Clarke Gallery

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April 30

Lane County Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale

It’s time for the annual Spring Plant Sale, presented by the Lane County Master Gardener Association. They will have a great selection of plants, baskets, annuals, perennials, berries, trees, shrubs, and of course, $2 vegetable and tomato starters.

Lane County Event Center

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April 30

Oregon Dunes Restoration Volunteer Work Party 

The Oregon Dunes Restoration Collaborative (ODRC) is excited to announce its first work party of
2022. Please join the ODRC on April 30 at 10am to pull weeds for about two hours. Then
volunteers will break for lunch (please bring your own lunch). Anyone interested can join ODRC outreach coordinator Jamie Harrison on a guided hike after lunch.

Save Oregon Dunes

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April 30

Damsels, Divas and Dames – The Final Curtain Call: A Benefit for HIV Alliance

Damsels Divas and Dames premiered on the Hult stage in 2000 and after some unexpected delays, they are finally able to celebrate and mark an end to a fabulous event. Over the last two decades, the total raised for charity sits in the high 6-digit range, with net proceeds going directly to HIV Alliance Client Services. Join them for an evening of social connections, fun, and a worthy cause!

Hult Center

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Through June 11

Ancient Wisdom, Present Spirits: New Works by Lillian Pitt 

 Lillian Pitt strives to pay homage to her ancestors, the environment, and the animals. A descendent of Warm Springs, Wasco, and Yakama people, she studied designs used in rock art, baskets, beaded bags and dresses. With a wide range of media, such as clay, glass, bronze, and jewelry, Pitt depicts animals and people and honors the petroglyphs and pictographs created by her ancestors along the Columbia River Gorge.

White Lotus Gallery

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May 2

Neil Gaiman 

Spend an evening with Neil Gaiman, a best-selling author for adults and young readers whose work has been adapted for visual media including Stardust and Coraline. “I make things up and write them down” is the way Neil Gaiman describes his varied art. Today, as one of the most celebrated writers of our time, his popular and critically acclaimed works bend genres while reaching audiences of all ages.

Hult Center

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May 3 – 5 

Menopause the Musical 

Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex, and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what more than 17 million women and fans worldwide have been laughing about for 20 years.

Hult Center

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