Upcoming Arts & Culture Events from Josephine County NonProfit Network www.joconet.com


Through October
The Grants Pass Branch of the Josephine Community Library’s Above the Shelves exhibit spaces has been taken over by the Southern Oregon Modern Quilt Guild.  Nineteen quilters from all over Southern Oregon are exhibiting over 20 bright and bold mini quilts and asking “Quilting Outside the Blox: What Makes A Quilt Modern” located near the Circulation Desk. Quilts and information also fill the Glass Case, Glass Room and shelves in the Computer Room.
Josephine Community Library: Grants Pass 
On Display During Business Hours: Tues & Thurs 2 – 7 pm  Wed & Fri  11 – 4 pm  Sat noon – 4 pm
“Windows of Hope” Art from the 4th Annual UCAN Fundraiser will be on exhibit until October 26th,
when they will be auctioned off to benefit families and food banks in Douglas and Josephine counties.
Donating artists include: Tommi Drake, Janet Higgins, Vickie Magallon, Marcee Siemens, Allison Sitov, 

Shirley Usher, and E’ Webb.  Their pieces will be shown Above the Shelves and in the Glass Room.
Imagine OCTOBER 6 AT 6PM  
Barnstormer’s Theatre
Here’s the lineup
A scene from the comedy, “House of Blue Leaves,” with David Mannix and Diane Nichols.
An original dramatic skit, “Herodias and Salome” written by Vajra Ma with Vajra and Michelle Bergeron.
A romantic skit, “Adagio,” written by Wolfgang Nebmaier with Julie Imhof and Kent Prickett.
A comic skit, “Glitter Girls,” written by Diane Nichols with Flora Albano, Daniel Wallace, Amelia Caldwell, and Vajra Ma.
The opening scene from the comic “Laundry and Bourbon” with Dixie Feeney and Cynthia Hewitt.
A comic scene, “Universal Language,” with David Mannix and Nancy Ryan.
OCTOBER 7  Oregon Arts Summit
This all day workshop in Portland is open to anyone interested in sustaining the arts.  Click the logo to sign up.  It’s actually free to anyone from Southern Oregon because they have a mileage
incentive.  Sponsored by the Oregon Arts Commission.
Poetry Sharing OCTOBER 11  
Second Friday “Poetry Sharing”
This month’s optional topic is “Imagine”
at the Grants Pass Museum of Art
upstairs 229 SW ‘G’ Street
Free to the public-donations welcome
Read your poetry and/or listen to others
Mark your calendar for the second Friday of the month
for more information please call 541-479-3290

OCTOBER 12 – at 10am until 4pm
Barnstormers Theatre is having it’s first ever costume sale.  AND it’s before Halloween.  Can anything be better.
Save this date and be ready to shop till you drop!
111 N.E. Evelyn in Grants Pass.

OCTOBER 18, 19 & 20
The program is co-hosted by Rogue Community College’s Diversity Programming Board and the Medford Branch of the American Association of University Women.

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