By Eugene Magazine

Summer is definitely not over so don’t pack up your sunglasses just yet! Wineries are still hosting weekend musical events, and so is the Cuthbert Amphitheater. It’s sports season, and Ducks football has started, and you can enjoy a “Rally in the Alley” on Friday before Saturday’s game against Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. The second annual induction of the Collegiate Athlete Hall of Fame for track and field and cross country is taking place this weekend. And, The Prefontaine Classic track and field meet takes place this weekend. Oregon Contemporary Theatre opens the heartfelt play “What The Constitution Means To Me,” about the founding document and how it shaped the lives of four generations of women. Take in some films crafted by and featuring individuals with disabilities this weekend at the Sprout Film Festival. You can see a free outdoor movie at Dorris Ranch, where you can enjoy “Ghostbusters: Afterlife.” The Shedd hosts the opening of “Sweet Charity” on Friday. Did you know it was an adaptation of a Fellini film? Pegasus Playhouse opens its second season with “The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged).” PublicHouse is celebrating both Oktoberfest and its 5-year anniversary this weekend. Enjoy some twangy rock and surf music at WildCraft Cider Works. Do your good deed for the week by helping clean up Alton Baker Park with the group SOLV.

September 14
Richard Swanger
| Enjoy extended hours out on Benton-Lane’s garden patio, featuring an eclectic mix of local singer/songwriters. Benton-Lane Winery,

September 14
Collegiate Athlete Hall of Fame
| The second annual induction of the Collegiate Athlete Hall of Fame for track & field and cross country is the event to be at for all track fans. 14 of the best athletes in history will be celebrated with a look back at their collegiate careers via video tributes, roundtable panel discussions and special guest appearances. This year’s class features a group that compiled 70 national collegiate titles, 39 world records, and eight Olympic/World Championships medals achieved while in college. Hult Center,

September 15
“What The Constitution Means To Me”
| Oregon Contemporary Theatre’s production  “What The Constitution Means To Me” opens September 15 and runs through October 1. 15-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, Heidi Schreck resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Oregon Contemporary Theatre,

September 15
Rally in the Alley
| Calling all Duck fans! The evening before the Saturday University of Oregon football home games, flock with other fans at the 5th Street Public Market Alley. The university’s cheerleaders and pep band will help energize the crowd. There will also be vendors with Duck specials, a screen showing UO highlights, and beer courtesy of Steelhead Brewery. Other Rally’s take place on 9/22, 10/20, 11/3, and 11/10. Fifth Street Public Market,

September 15
Steel Pulse
| Common Kings and Steel Pulse will each perform new and classic reggae live in concert at The Cuthbert Amphitheater with special guests Iam Tongi and Jakobs Castle. The Cuthbert,

September 15
Sprout Film Festival
| The Sprout Film Festival presents remarkable films crafted by and featuring individuals with disabilities. Get ready for an unforgettable, free evening of inspiration and celebration, with popcorn provided! The Arc Park,

September 15
“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” | Join Willamalane and the Springfield Public Library at Dorris Ranch for a free showing of the movie “Ghostbusters: Afterlife.” This spooky, fun for all ages event will feature a wonderful movie in the park, along with awesome food and drink vendors provided by Planktown and Willamalane Parks and Recreation District for purchase. If rain or other inclement weather is forecast, the event will be moved to the Wildish Theater. All events are free and open to the public. Seating begins at 6:30 and the film viewing begins at 7:30. Dorris Ranch,

September 15
“Sweet Charity”
| Adapted for the stage from Federico Fellini’s heartbreaking yet touching 1957 romantic drama “Le notti di Cabiria” (“Nights of Cabiria”), “Sweet Charity” opened in January 1966 to smash reviews and has been a favorite of theater-goers ever since. The Shedd,

September 15
“The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)”
| “The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)” opens the second season of Pegasus Playhouse on September 15 and runs Fridays and Saturdays through September 30. Pegasus Playhouse,

September 15 – 17
Fifth Anniversary and Oktoberfest at PublicHouse
| Celebrate Oktoberfest and PublicHouse’s 5-year anniversary. Come out for the opening tap pour from Springfield Mayor Sean VanGordon, live music, a stein hoisting competition, commemorative Oktoberfest boots, the release of their 5th Anniversary Collaboration Beer called Fest Coast, and special German-inspired food! PublicHouse,

September 15 & 16
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,

September 16
Rutabaga Blossoms and Minor Mirage
| Enjoy an evening of music and wonderment, where the ghosts of Ennio Morricone and Dick Dale will dance on the ceiling, the reverb will seep into your brain, and the minor chords will follow you into your dreams. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and all ages are welcome until 9 p.m. WildCraft Cider Works,

September 16
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.

September 16
SOLV Cleanup at Alton Baker Park
| Keep the native trees, wildflowers and wildlife at Alton Baker Park beautiful, clean and healthy! Meet at Nearby Nature next to the Water Wise Garden to volunteer to pick up litter. Cleanup materials will be provided, but remember to bring water and weather-appropriate clothing. Alton Baker Park,

September 16
Ducks vs Rainbow Warriors
| The University of Oregon Ducks take on the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. The color to wear for this game is green! Autzen Stadium,

September 16 & 17
The Prefontaine Classic
| Enjoy this premiere track and field meet and the only stop in North America on the prestigious World Athletics Tour. Named for the legendary runner Steve Prefontaine, the event showcases some of the greatest athletes in the world, all of whom must be ranked in the Top 50 in the world to be eligible to compete. Hayward Field,

September 17
Sunday Music Showcase + Mood Area 52 and Baroque Betty Trio
| WildCraft welcomes very talented musicians performing together as a trio for the Sunday Music Showcase. The Mood Area 52 + Baroque Betty Trio! Comprised of: Michael Roderick of Mood Area 52 on guitar, accordion and vocals Amy Danziger of Mood Area 52 on cello and Betty Jaeger, the frontwoman of Baroque Betty on vocals and guitar. WildCraft Cider,

September 20
Wood Belly Live at WildCraft | This show brings award-winning, Colorado-based bluegrass/Americana band Wood Belly for a FREE all ages evening of quality cider and music. WildCraft Cider,

Through September 29
“At the Water’s Edge”
| A solo exhibit by Mark S. Anderson opens September 7 at Don Dexter Gallery with an opening reception from 4-7 pm. Free and open to the public with live music from Dakota Harris. Food and refreshments included. The exhibit runs through September 29. Don Dexter Gallery, 

Through October 7
Exhibitions: Selections From the Gallery Collection
| White Lotus Gallery welcomes the beginning of fall with works drawn from the gallery’s collection of Japanese and Chinese art. Selected pieces include prints by renowned contemporary Japanese artists like Hamanishi Katsunori (b. 1949) and Yayanagi Go (b. 1933). White Lotus Gallery,