By Eugene Magazine

Happy Father’s Day to all of you fathers out there! It’s also Flag Day on June 14. There’s so much going on for some serious fun in the sun this week! “Bee Jazzy” at Silvan Ridge Winery’s 10th annual concert to raise funds to protect Oregon’s pollinators. There’s lots of fun in the sun to be had this week!

June 13
Silvan Ridge’s Bee Jazzy
| Come celebrate Oregon’s pollinators at Silvan Ridge Winery during the 10th Annual Bee Jazzy! Enjoy live performances by Halie Loren Jazz Quartet and Mood Area 52. There will be delicious food and wine available for purchase along with a silent auction. All ticket sales will support work to protect pollinators, people, and the environment. All tickets include a glass of wine from Silvan Ridge Winery and keepsake glass. Silvan Ridge Winery,

June 14
Pegasus Playhouse’s “The Last Five Years”
| Pegasus Playhouse ends its second season with a musical theater favorite. The Off-Broadway musical “The Last Five Years” tells the love story of Jamie and Cathy. Jamie starts the story chronologically when the couple first meet, while Cathy works backwards through time. This production not only features a live quartet of musicians, but a real couple in the leads. Pegasus Playhouse,

June 14
Downtown Springfield Second Friday Art Walk
| Tour downtown Springfield to see this month’s curated art exhibits. Participating businesses and storefronts in the historic district along Main Street and on nearby blocks will host live music and artist receptions. This self-guided tour is hosted by Emerald Art Center, a destination of local art exhibits and cultural displays. Visit them for tour directions (and to see their Simpsons exhibit). Downtown Springfield,

June 14
Father’s Day Car Show
| The Emerald Empire Vintage Auto Club’s annual Vintage Car Show is coming back to Valley River Center this Father’s Day weekend. Enjoy 20 vintage vehicles throughout the mall and enjoy tax-free shopping. Valley River Center,

June 14
Flag Day Display
| A unique Flag Day display will be presented at Eugene’s Alton Baker Park for free public viewing. 24 flags, each with an explanation of its historical significance, will be encircling the parks’ Duck Pond – allowing for a leisurely self-guided tour. Bring yourself and others to learn about our country’s history while also enjoying a beautiful sight. This family-friendly event is brought to you by local historian and retired teacher, Ray Brown. Alton Baker Park,

June 14
Inner Limits
| Inner Limits will be at Bennett Vineyards so shine up the car and cruise on in for a great night of music, food, wine, and fun! Bennett Vineyards,

June 14 & 15
Themed Wine Tastings at Sundance Wine Cellars
| Sundance Wine Cellars’ free themed wine tastings highlight various wine regions on Fridays, and on Saturdays, they host local and regional wineries. Apart from the weekends, their tasting bar is always open and has free samples of their featured wines. Sundance Wine Cellars has Oregon’s largest selection of wine and is one of the oldest wine retailers in the Willamette Valley. Since 1983, Sundance Wine Cellars has provided an unparalleled selection of wine from Oregon, the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Sundance Wine Cellars,

June 15-30
Very Little Theatre’s “Silent Sky” |
The 94th season of Very Little Theatre concludes with Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky,” running until June 30. “Silent Sky” delves into the remarkable life of Henrietta Leavitt, an astronomer from the early 1900s. Despite facing the patriarchal constraints of her era, she persists in her passion for astrophysics and the stars. Working as a human computer at Harvard University, she strives for recognition amidst a backdrop of groundbreaking scientific revelations. Very Little Theatre,

June 15
Yard Dogs
| Yard Dogs will be performing at Bennett Vineyards for the first time, playing their fun and familiar rock classics. Bennett Vineyards,

June 15
Run For Peace
| Walk, run, roll, or sit for peace along the beautiful Willamette River. All ages and abilities welcomed for the annual Eugene Run For Peace, available in 5K and 10K courses. Come as an individual or make a team with family and friends. Peace Art Place, with free activities, will be open during the run in the park pavilion. Print prayer flags to take home and help construct a giant mandala out of recycled materials. Sponsored by the Palmo Center for Peace and Education. Alton Baker Park,

June 15
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.

June 15
Robert Meade
| Saturday nights at Elizabeth’s Wine Lounge means great live music and a perfect dinner night out with friends, family, or a special date! A variety of music performances will be showcased on Friday evenings, with some outdoors, weather permitting, though most will be inside the Lounge’s beautiful indoor space. Explore the complete lineup of gifted musicians on the Lounge’s online calendar. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Elizabeth’s Wine Lounge,

June 16
A Joni Mitchell Tribute
| Dive into the music of Rainee Blake’s multi-award winning one-woman show that transports audiences back to 1976. In her recreation of an intimate concert with Joni Mitchell, Rainee plays guitar and dulcimer for classic songs like “Woodstock,” “Both Sides Now,” and “A Case of You.” This is interwoven with monologues about the artist’s life, love and her pursuit of freedom. WOW Hall,

June 16
The Shedd’s Spring 2024 Vaudeville Hour
| The Shedd Institute’s E. Y. Harburg Academy for Musical Theatre presents its Spring 2024 Vaudeville Hour. Academy students will be paying homage to the art of vaudeville with musical numbers, comedy sketches, and more! There will be one performance. The Shedd,

Through June 23
Cottage Theatre’s “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”
| This sophisticated and saucy comedy about sibling rivalry features middle-aged siblings Vanya and Sonia have spent their entire lives in their family’s Pennsylvania farmhouse, where they spend their days bickering and complaining. Their glamorous movie star sister Masha, who was conveniently absent while their parents were ailing, shows up unexpectedly with her latest boy-toy Spike in tow. Cottage Theatre,

Through June 15
Nike Outdoor Nationals
| Enjoy the national high school track & field championships hosted by the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation. Hayward Field,

Through June 16
Emeralds Baseball | The Eugene Emeralds Minor League Baseball team will play six games against the Everett AquaSox. PK Park,