By Eugene Magazine

It’s Summer! The Summer Solstice is this week and you can celebrate with a sound bath at the Cuthbert, by seeing a new art show, catching some music at a winery, seeing Brazilian music at The Shedd, or seeing “Silent Sky” at Very Little Theatre. What will you do this week?

June 20
Sounds + Scents Summer Solstice Sound Bath
| A sound bath is essentially a guided meditation. This will be led by Ginger Kesey. Please bring a yoga mat or towel, a blanket, and an eye pillow if you have one. An all ages experience. Gates open at 6:30 pm. Cuthbert Amphitheatre,

June 20
Night Market
| The Lane County Farmers Market comes to the nighttime! Dance to live music, try out some tasty local food and drinks, shop from tons of vendors, and celebrate the end of summer. Night Markets continue on the third Thursday through September from 5-9 pm. Lane County Farmers Market,

June 21
Friday Night Music at Silvan Ridge Winery
| Summer concerts are back with more live music on Silvan Ridge’s outdoor stage. Also on tap are food carts and partnerships with local charities so that every concert is giving back to our community. Silvan Ridge Winery,

June 21
The Brewkats at Bennett Vineyards
| Cruise on in as The Brewkats return to the Bennett Vineyards Tasting Room from 6-9 pm with their great music! Kico’s BBQ is the food truck for the evening. Bennett will have their full lineup of whites, reds, signature pinot noirs, cold hard ciders, and local beers on tap. Bennett Vineyards,

June 21
Taylor Swift Laser Show
| A laser show featuring Taylor Swift’s music! This is a 50 minute, all-ages show. Eugene Science Center,

June 21
The Garden on Friendly Grand Opening
| The Garden on Friendly is now open with food carts including Dozo Japanese Street Food (closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays), Louka’s Bistro (open June 20, closed Mondays and Tuesdays), Bartolotti’s Pizza (open 7 days a week). Beverages are served 7 days a week. The community looks forward to the continuation of trivia nights and live music, and the addition of sports nights and film showings. The Garden on Friendly hours are from 11:30 am-9 pm Sunday through Thursday and 11:30 am-10 pm Friday and Saturday. Located at 2760 Friendly St. Eugene,

June 21
Diane Lou Azô
| Vocal and international talent come together for a special performance of irresistible Brazilian music: Brazilian vocalist Diane Lou Azô and friends perform an unusual variety of Brazilian music styles including samba, forró, frevo, carimbó, afoxé, xote, maracatu, and capoeira. Seven-piece Bossanaire, with vocalists Laurie Hammond and Mallory Glaser, authentically recreates the classic sound of Sergio Mendes & Brasil’ 66. The Shedd,

June 21 & 22
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 21-23
The Bus Fair
| Enjoy an exhibition of tiny bus homes, live music, art vendors, food trucks, and camping in the beautiful mountain town of Oakridge. Tour 20-30 school bus conversions and meet the owners and builders. Seminars and private skoolie tours will take place on Friday before the main event on Saturday and Sunday. These educational seminars will require a special ticket and are limited seating, so get your tickets while they last. Oakridge,

June 21-23
US Rowing Northwest Masters Regional Championships
| Come cheer for local rowing clubs as they compete head to head with rowing clubs from across the West Coast! Spectators can enjoy an exciting day of racing with starts scheduled every 10 minutes beginning at 7:30 am. A schedule of events can be found on the OAR website. Food and merchandise vendors will be on site, elevating the festive atmosphere of this exciting event. Admission is free, making this a fun, family-friendly activity. Park at Lowell High School and take the free shuttle to the venue. Dexter Reservoir,

June 22
John Shipe
| 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 22
“Oregon Coast” Opening Reception at White Lotus Gallery
| This summer, White Lotus Gallery is bringing the cool sea breezes from the Pacific Ocean to downtown Eugene! This Oregon coast-themed exhibition will feature the works of 10 artists — Rich Bergeman, Jon Jay Cruson, Dirk Eshleman, Analee Fuentes, Satoko Motouji, Connie Mueller, Jamie Newton, Lillian Pitt, Margaret Prentice, and Gary Tepfer – and showcase reduction linocut prints, paintings, photography, mixed media art, and sculptures. Come to see the Oregon coast we all know and love through these artists’ eyes! The exhibit runs from June 21 through August 10, and there will be an opening reception June 22, 1–3pm. White Lotus Gallery,

June 22
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 22
Ronny Chieng
| Ronny Chieng is a stand-up comedian, actor, and correspondent on “The Daily Show.” In addition to two Netflix stand-up comedy specials, Ronny has starred in “Crazy Rich Asians,” Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” and much more including the upcoming Hulu series “Interior Chinatown.” Hult Center,

June 22
Walterville Yard Sale
| A multi-family and group yard sale will fill the Walterville Grange. Browse for antiques and treasures. Complimentary popcorn while you shop. There will also be a “free” table to take or leave what you wish. Walterville,

Through June 23
Cottage Theatre’s “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”
| This sophisticated and saucy comedy about sibling rivalry runs from June 7 through June 23. 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,

June 24
Walk It Off with the Y: Pre-Party |
The Y can’t wait to get the fun started and are hosting their first-ever Walk It Off pre-party! Walk It Off with the Y officially launches in Alton Baker Park on Wednesday, June 26 at 5:30 pm. This pre-party is a free, get-to-know-you event on the new Y’s Spencer Terrace, their covered outdoor workout studio with views of Spencer Butte. 5:30 to 6:30 pm and free! At the event you’ll be able to get a Walk It Off t-shirt, tour the new Y facility, walk a few laps on the Indoor Track, grab fun swag, meet Y staff, learn from PeaceHealth physicians, enjoy music from DJ Barry McGuire of 99.1 FM The Beat, and chat with event sponsors. Plus, Oregon Paddle Sports will be giving away 200 free life jackets to kids! Registration is required. Located at Spencer Terrace at the Eugene Family YMCA’s Don Stathos Campus—600 E. Pre-register at:

June 26
Walk It Off with the Y
| Today is the Launch Party for Walk It Off with the Y. Join in the family-friendly fun with themed nights, weekly raffles, and guided and independent walks at the new Y at 600 E. 24th Ave. The event is free and is held from 5:30-6:30 pm every Wednesday. Alton Baker Park,

June 26
Blind Pilot
| Blind Pilot, an indie folk band based in Portland, have released three albums and one EP since 2008. WOW Hall,

June 26
Cottage Grove’s Concerts in the Park
| Bring the family to this free, annual series showcasing local talent for all to enjoy every Wednesday from mid-June through August. A market runs in conjunction with the concerts where vendors sell food and arts and crafts. The vendor market opens at 5:30 p.m. Put on your sunscreen and get out to Bohemia Park for lots of summer fun! Cottage Grove,

Through June 29
| Don Dexter Gallery hosts emerging Indigenous artists in this collection of paintings, prints, woodwork, and beadwork from Jessica Doe, Sue Gallego, Nick Labonte, Christy Long ᎦᎸᎶᎢ ‘Galvloi’, Rayne Pelham, and Leo White Horse; with an original painting by Ka’ila Farrell-Smith. On view through June 29. Don Dexter Gallery,

Through June 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,

Through June 30
Emeralds Baseball | The Eugene Emeralds Minor League Baseball team will play six games against the Tri-City Dust Devils. PK Park,