Welcome to AVA’s monthly calendar of events. Take a peek and plan your stay-cation or your next visit to our region. The city’s most notable annual events include historic home tours, outdoor summer concerts and movies under the stars, and the Northwest Art and Air Festival.
*Note for event organizers: If you’d like to have your event listed on the AVA calendar, head over to our contact page and submit your event to us.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will be stocking additional trout for the event and each
angler will have the opportunity to catch their limit of 5 fish. Fishing is allowed before and after
the event. There will also be opportunities for participants to make fish-themed ornaments at the
USDA Forest Service tent. Participants must register at the event before fishing.
Call 541-367-5168 for more information.
In the movie Amadeus, the emperor accused Mozart’s music of having “too many notes.” Now is your chance to prove him wrong! LBCC’s spring choral concert is Mozart’s Requiem. Come revel in the majesty of timeless music on Friday, June 8th, at 7:30 p.m. at the LBCC Russell Tripp Performance Center. More info on tickets: 541.917.4531.
Little Sprouts – Carnivorous Plants
Saturday, June 9th @ 11am
By far one of the most popular of Little Sprouts classes. Kids will learn all about these fascinating plants and get one to take home and care for themselves. Call now as there is limited space available.
Please call 541-753-6601 to save a spot! www.garlandnursery.com
Pinus mugo Magic: from a Bush to Bonsai in 3 hours
Saturday, June 16th @ 11am
Special guest instructor, Lee Cheatle of the Bonsai Society of Portland, will show you how to turn a Pinus mugo bush into a stunning bonsai masterpiece which you will take home.
Call 541-753-6601 for more information. www.garlandnursery.com
Saturday, June 16th from 12pm – 4pm
Rent Bees will be back so you can return your rented mason bees and also to rent out the summer pollinating leaf cutter bees. Make sure your tomatoes and veggies produce bountiful yields with leaf cutter bees.
For more information go to www.rentmasonbees.com.
Join us during the Linn County Pioneer Picnic for musician performer extraordinare, Cullen Vance
in a kick off performance for the Library Summer Reading Program. Call 541-466-5454 for more information. www.brownsvillecommunitylibrary.org
Father’s Day Brunch Buffet: 9am- 4pm an ALL u can Eat Buffet with Dad in mind( lots of Meat). We are also open extended hours on June 17th from 7:30 a-7:30p and will have the regular menu available as well. Reservations before 9am or after 4 pm Only. Call (541) 967-9488 for more information.
Treat Dad to a Day at Marks Ridge!
Pack your picnics and visit the winery
this Father’s Day!
The sun will be out and the wine flowing.
Remember…Dad’s taste free on
Sunday, June 17th from 12 – 5pm!
Marks Ridge Winery
29255 Berlin Rd.
Sweet Home, OR 97386
SPRING is in the air and we are planning for the 2018 lavender season. We have a busy summer season & will NOT be opened on a weekend, BUT we WILL HAVE 2 OPEN Fridays to enjoy the lavender!
Dates OPEN: Friday(s) June 22 & 29, 10am-4pm.
We will be holding workshops these days to make lavender wreaths/wands/swags ($). Please email to reserve a workshop spot! firstname.lastname@example.org
You do not have to email to just come out and visit, see the lavender, gift shop, etc.
Bring a friend–or two–and come on out! We hope to see you there.
We are also at the Albany Farmer’s Market June-Oct & the Corvallis, Wednesday Farmer’s Market in July.
Have a great spring–See you this summer! Go to our website for more details: www.moonshadowlavender.com
Call 541-928-5122 for more information
Looking for fragrant lavender fresh from the farm? You’re in luck! Albany’s MoonShadow Lavender Farm will open to the public on Friday June 22nd and Friday June 29th, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The farm is located at 34556 Mountain View Pl NE. Contact Gale for more information about lavender workshops at the farm, including wreath, wand, and swag-making classes.