By Eugene Magazine

​​The track world championship event ended but there is still so much going on. Go out this week for the return of the Asian Festival after a 2-year hiatus, and more daily excitement from ​​Oregon Festival of American Music 2022. Baseball picks up with a 6-day stretch of games, the Eugene Yacht Club is sailing again, and much more.

July 27 – August 6
Oregon Festival of American Music 2022: Pennies From Heaven
Evening concerts begin at 7:30 pm and matinees at 1:30 pm in Jaqua Concert Hall. Community Sing-Alongs, films and talks are in Sheffer Recital Hall. Preconcert dinners are at 6 pm in Warren Court. Week 1 (July 27-31), includes films, talks, sing-alongs, dinners, and more. See the website for the full schedule.
Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

Through July 29
The Jazz Station Pavilion Market Performance
Enjoy Jazz and Latin Jazz concerts hosted by The Jazz Station. These free concerts are sponsored by the City of Eugene, Lane Arts Council and The Jazz Station.
thejazzstation.org

July 29
WildCraft Cider Works’ It’s A Grand Uprising
Roll up to WildCraft Cider Works for a gathering of tea, cider, DJs, original art, music, and the gift of upliftment. WildCraft will be joined by a deep line-up of independent talent who dedicate their time, life, and energy towards art that generates positivity and community productivity.
wildcraftciderworks.com

July 30
“Spiderman: No Way Home” Movie in the Park
Enjoy a free movie in the park! Bring a picnic blanket or low lawn chair to watch “Spiderman: No Way Home”” (rated PG-13). All minors must be accompanied by an adult. Please no alcohol or glass. Concessions available for purchase.
ci.creswell.or.us

Through July 30

Blush Bridal Studio’s National Bridal Summer Event

Join Blush Bridal Studio for their biggest and only sale of the year, the National Bridal Summer Event. Dozens of dresses will be marked down from $300 to $800 below the designers MSRP. They will have treats, giveaways, and a chance to win a free veil with a wedding gown purchase (Value up to $200). This event is very popular every year, so be sure to schedule your appointment early. A credit card is taken at the time an appointment is made. Premier appointments can be purchased but Classic appointments are free. Blush Bridal is a by appointment bridal studio, so please call or visit their website to schedule. Food/drink available for purchase (separate from admission). Attendees must register or secure a reservation in advance.

Wed.-Fri. 11-5; Saturday 9:30-6pm
160 Oakway Road, Suite 100
Blush Bridal

July 30
Oregon Asian Celebration Returns to Alton Baker Park
The 2022 Oregon Asian Celebration returns as a riverfront outdoor festival on Saturday at Alton Baker Park. The annual event partners with the Obon and Taiko Festivals to create a festival- within-a-festival along the expansive riverfront park from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Admission is free.
asiancelebration.org

July 30, August 4

Pick Yourself Up…and head off to Hollywood!

Lynnea Barry welcomes another fine ensemble as she continues her survey of the best of the Songbook into the 1930s, following the likes of Cole Porter, the Gershwins, Rodgers and Hart, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and all their associates from Broadway to Hollywood.

Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

July 30

George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic 

George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic takes over the Cuthbert Amphitheater with Pimps of Joytime and Yak Attack opening.

thecuthbert.com

July 30
The Saturday Market
The Saturday Market is a weekly celebration of local arts and food. Over 250 artisans sell handcrafted goods – this is the perfect place to shop for unique gifts. The Saturday Market is the oldest weekly open-air crafts festival in the U.S.
eugenesaturdaymarket.org

July 30 and 31
2022 Blackberry Jam Festival
The 28th Annual Blackberry Jam Festival in Lowell is for the young and the young at heart. Don’t miss out on the yearly parade, along with a gorgeous car display, horseshoe tournament, craft and food vendors, and live music. A highlight of the event includes the greased pole climbing competition. Kids will be sure to appreciate the Kidz Korner with games, activities, entertainment, water fun to keep cool, a magician show, and more.
blackberryjamfestival.com

July 31
Duke & the Count: The 2022 Jazz Party
Chuck Redd hosts the traditional Sunday afternoon jazz party in Jaqua Concert Hall! This year Chuck and company pay tribute to Count Basie and Duke Ellington, each a major force in the 1930s jazz scene!
Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

July 31
Eugene Symphony in the Park: Eugene
Join the Eugene Symphony later this summer for their annual Symphony in the Park concert series. The series will start at the beautiful Cuthbert Amphitheater on July 31. Tickets are SOLD OUT for this concert. You can join their waitlist and they’ll contact you if tickets come available.
eugenesymphony.org

Through July 31
Crater Lake Day Trip From Eugene
America’s Hub World Tours is inviting you to be picked up from your local hotels and be driven to Oregon’s only national park: Crater Lake. Recurring daily.
eugenehubtours.com

July 31
Duke & The Count– The 2022 Summer Jazz Party

Chuck Redd hosts, as the featured musicians from both weeks of Oregon Festival of American Music 2022 convene for the traditional Sunday afternoon jazz party in Jaqua Concert Hall. 

Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

Through July 31

MRT Mountain Bike Adventure with Horse Creek Outfitters
Horse Creek Lodge & Outfitters offers a shuttle to epic mountain biking or hiking on the McKenzie River Trail (MRT) from Horse Creek Lodge.

horse-creek.com

Through July 31
2022 Day Sailer National Championship
After a two-year delay the Eugene Yacht Club and Oregon fleets 23 and 89 are looking forward to hosting the 2022 Day Sailer North American Championship Regatta.
daysailer.org

Through July 31
Eugene Emeralds vs Hillsboro
The Eugene Emeralds Minor League Baseball team will play six games against the Hillsboro Hops.
milb.com

July 30
Comedy Night with Curtis Cook and Friends
Don’t miss the opportunity to see comedian Curtis Cook one night only at the Wildish Theater in Springfield. Curtis Cook is a standup comedian and WGSA Award-nominated writer who performed standup on Comedy Central. In addition to performing, Curtis was a writer/correspondent for the WGA-Award nominated The Jim Jeffries Show. Cook currently writes for American Dad on TBS.
arts-people.com

July 31
Whiteaker Community Market
Inspired by the need for a community gathering space, the Whiteaker Community Market meets weekly to bring together the diverse talents of their neighborhood.
whiteakercommunitymarket.com

August 1
First Friday Art Walk in Uptown Oakridge
Come for a stroll along First Street in Uptown Oakridge for the first Friday of every month for the rest of 2022! Discover local artists, mingle with friends new and old, grab a coffee, cocktail or brew.
oakridgechamber.com

August 1
Eugene Symphony in the Park: Cottage Grove
Enjoy the Eugene Symphony in the Park concert in Cottage Grove — this show doesn’t require tickets for attendance! Bring a picnic blanket or low backed chair and relax outside under the stars. Program highlights include: “Moon River” from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, selections from John Williams’ abundant cinematic catalog, “America the Beautiful”, Casey at the Bat and more.
eugenesymphony.org

August 2
Begin the Beguine: Artie Shaw in the 1930s
Peter and Will Anderson look at Shaw and his work during the early, turbulent years of his career from 1936 to ’41!
Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

August 3
Kwaziwai presents The Sounds of Zimbabwean Marimba
With high energy and style, Kwaziwai present traditional and contemporary Zimbabwean marimba music. As part of the Kutsinhera Cultural Arts Center, the Eugene-based non-profit is dedicated to studying, teaching and sharing the music of Zimbabwe.
springfield-or.libcal.com

Through August 3
Body & Soul: Songbook Jazz Standards of the 1930s
Chuck Redd continues his exploration of this relationship between jazz and popular standards with a choice selection of his favorites from the 1930s! There will be two performances, July 30th at 1:30 p.m. and August 3rd at 7:30 p.m.

Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

Through August 5
Brother Can You Spare a Dime
Brother Can You Spare A Dime looks at some of the socially conscious music presented on the Broadway stage from 1928-1940 from the mainstream to the more explicit, socio-political material known as “agit-prop” theater.
Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org

Through August 6
Hummin’ To Myself
Shirley Andress & company celebrate The Boswell Sisters and explore the special career and art of Connee Boswell.

Jaqua Concert Hall
The Shedd
theshedd.org