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Ashland First Friday Art Walk special features from Organic Nation Spirits:

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FIRST FRIDAY HAS ROLLED AROUND AGAIN! TONIGHT FROM 5-8PM, COME SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES, SIP & EAT LOCAL! Join Organic Nation Spirits & Ashland Community Hospital

for a unique First Friday Art Walk on 9.03.10 to celebrate Arts & Medicine. (Hosted by the ACH Birth Center)

Featuring a wonderful art exhibit showcasing artists from the Ashland Artisan Gallery and Art Center, tasting with Organic Nation Pure Spirits, music by Bill Leonhart and complimentary wine, strawberry lemonade & hors d’oeuvres.

Bring the whole family and enjoy!

~*~*~*A percentage of all Art Sales benefit ACH Auxiliary~*~*~*

Chateaulin – Ashland, Oregon

JOIN ORGANIC NATION AT CHATEAULIN…

WE WILL BE SERVING SAMPLE TASTES IN THE BISTRO. SPECIALTY COCKTAILS FASHIONED BY CHATEAULIN’S MIXOLOGISTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. SOME OF THE COCKTAILS WILL

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Jacksonville Sesquicentennial celebrates both Old and New!

by Anna Eats Ashland, reposted from Passport to Ashland’s blog entry.

Editor’s Note: We are eagerly looking forward to Jacksonville’s 150th Anniversary week celebration and hope you will join us. Bobbi Ferguson of LodeStar is a new neighbor and friend of Art Matters! and SOAR and we hope you will enjoy sampling the lovely fare she offers. Please, read on…

31. Aug, 2010

150 years ago, the town of Jacksonville – originally known as “Table Rock City” – sprang up seemingly overnight, courtesy of substantial gold deposits discovered in Jackson Creek. Back then, though, the nearest farms were at least a hundred rough-travelling miles away, making food a more valuable asset than the shiny stuff. The price of a pound of flour was around $1 (roughly equivilent to thirty bucks in today’s cash), and a pound of salt was traded straight across for a pound for gold dust; at the

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