Rogue Valley Top 5 Things to Do This Week

Lunacy Fest at Levity Circus Collective in Ashland – October 13th and 20th at 3 pm

You do not have to go far to see cabaret, circus arts, physical comedy and zany acts performed by locals and guest artists from Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles and elsewhere. The Lunacy Fest happens all week from October 11th through October 20th  in Ashland. Yet, the most family-friendly acts are on Sundays the 13th and 20th. Come see Jimmy the Historical Clown of Oxford on October 19th. Get your tickets early! They’re $20 pre-sale / $25 at the door and you can get them online (, at Music Coop, or at Levity Circus Collective LLC.

  • Circus Collective
  • 280 E. Hersey St.
  • Ashland
  • 541-301-9685
Open Mike Night at the Rogue Grape – October 17th at 7 pm

Rogue Grape is a charming brick-walled restaurant and bar located in the heart of Medford. They have fun rotating art shows displayed on the walls, a great menu, and a big selection of wines. If you are a poet, comedian, musician or enjoy being entertained by these talented local individuals, then get down to this fun spot on Thursday night. Try their hearty chicken noodle soup to warm up your body and a glass of wine from one of the Rogue Valley’s local winemakers featured at this favorite wine bar to get your nerve to perform on stage!

  • 36 S. Central Ave.
  • Medford
  • 541-622-8622
A Sweet Tooth’s Music Series at Eleven – October 17th at 8:00 pm

Featuring Dayton Mason, Gypsy Jazz Guitarist, paired with Free- Formed chocolate eclairs with a touch of orange-zest salt to satisfy your ears and your tummy. You must make reservations to secure a table for the event. For reservations, please visit:

ELEVEN on the Creek
14 Calle Guanajuato Way
Ashland, OR 97520

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Friday Night Music at Schmidtt Family Vineyards – October 18th at 5:00 pm

Bryan Teal will be performing Country Blues at this vineyard located in Grants Pass. While you listen to the Guitar pickins’ of Bryan, you can sample fruit and cheese platters while sipping wine or enjoy a full meal of burgers, sandwiches or wood-fired pizza.

Schmidtt Family Vineyards
  • 330 Kubli Rd.
  • Grants Pass
  • 541-846-9985

Brews & Boogie – October 19th, 7:00 – 11:00 pm

You must be over 21 to attend this event sponsored by Summit Beverage Distribution Company and held at ScienceWorks in Ashland. With the “Sportsology” exhibit on display, you can play air-disc soccer or fireball, test your strength, sample regional beers and listen or dance to Portland’s DJ Bobby Smith. If you get your tickets beforehand, they are $18 a person or pay $23 at the door. The cost of entry gets you a commemorative Brews & Boogie glass along with six tickets for beer sampling. There will be food, beer, and sports – what more could you ask for on a Fall weekend!

  • ScienceWorks
  • 1500 E. Main St.
  • 541-482-6767

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