By Eugene Magazine

Feeling cold yet? Heat up with some hot jazz, curl up with a good book, and get inspired by art. If you’re planting garlic, don’t miss Garlic Fest. And, “Hamilton” continues for three more days — if you haven’t learned all the words yet, now’s your chance!

September 23
Hot Club of Cowtown
| Hot jazz is what Hot Club do best. Arrive at 5 for a workshop and at 6 for dinner. The Shedd,

September 23
Mayor’s Teen Art Show 
Awards Ceremony & Reception | From 5-7 enjoy an opening reception for the Mayor’s Teen Art Show, featuring artwork by young artists, ages 13 to 19 years old, in the Main Gallery. The exhibit is on view through September 30. Maude Kerns Art Center,

September 23
Burgers & Brews at Pfeiffer Winery
| Each Friday enjoy burgers and blues music from 5-8pm. RSVP required.

September 24
Garlic Fest
| From 11am to 2pm, meet a garlic farmer, kid’s activity, craft pop-up, garlic product demos, win a gift basket, and more! On September 24, all seed garlic will be 10% off! Down To Earth,

September 24
Florence Festival of Books
| Bigger and better than ever, with e-books! Readers can connect directly with the authors and publishers they love.

September 24
Lane County Winter Farmers Market
| Shop outdoors with the seasons. The Saturday Market continues through December 17 and the Tuesday Market continues through October 25.

September 24
JSMA Virtual Tours & “A Minute Exhibit” | Explore 13 JSMA exhibitions from your home in a series titled “A Minute Exhibit.” Occurring daily.

Through September 25
| The award winning musical “Hamilton” by Lin-Manuel Miranda will take the stage at the Hult Center. It tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton with a musical score combining hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and Broadway sounds.

Through September 30
Whiteaker Printmakers 2022 Emerald Print Exchange
| The Whiteaker Printmakers 2022 Emerald Print Exchange presents original fine art prints from 11 countries and 20 states in the Maude Kerns Art Center Salon Gallery. Maude Kerns Art Center,

Through October 2
Working — The Studs Terkel Musical | Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with American workers, “Working” paints a vivid portrait of the workers that the world so often takes for granted.
Actors Cabaret,

Through October 22
The Edge of the Ocean
| Karin Clarke Gallery’s newest exhibit is a celebration of the Oregon coast. The exhibit will present coastal works from three of this area’s greatest artists: Mark Clarke, Nelson Sandgren, and Craig Spilman.

Through December 31
Natural Athletes — Museum of Natural History
| This exhibit explores Eugene’s running culture by displaying which animals would be track champions. From cheetahs, kangaroos, chimps, and more, learn about health and fitness with interactive stations and displays at the Museum of Natural History.