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The North Valley Art League Call to Photographers

The North Valley Art League 2018 Regional Juried Photography Show Call to Artists May 2 – June 3, 2018 NVAL Carter House Gallery 48 Quartz Hill Road Redding, California 96003 NVAL will not be hosting an International Juried Photography Show in 2018. The Regional Show will be NVAL’s only juried photography show for 2018.

The NVAL Regional Photography Show entry period is open! You may submit work until March 13 – the details are below. We look forward to seeing your entries and lots of fine photography!!! ELIGIBILITY

This show is open to all photographers residing in Northern California and Southern Oregon as follows: Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Yolo, Sacramento, El Dorado counties and all counties north to the California border, and the southern Oregon counties of Coos, Douglas, Curry, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Harney, and Malheur. Images previously accepted into a NVAL Juried Photography Show are not eligible –

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Doug Fir Infused Gin and Champagne Cocktail

The Oregon cranberry harvest season stretches from late September through October. Southwestern Oregon, sometimes called the Napa Valley of cranberries, produces some of the finest cranberries in the country. The long growing season along the western half of Coos and Curry Counties means berries that are sweeter and darker—deep red to purple at harvest—than berries grown in other parts of the United States. Just in time for the holidays, three native Oregon artisans share their enthusiasm for the cranberry.

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