Top 5 Things To Do – End of Year and Into 2020!

Decked Out for the Holidays – December 26th

From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, step back in time as costumed docents guide you through the historic Hanley House, sharing holiday traditions and tales about the rich history of the Hanley family and farm. And as you await your tour, relax in the pavilion, visit with friends, and warm yourself with hot cider. To find out more or purchase tickets online, go to

Hanley Farm
1053 Hanley Road
Central Point, OR
541-773-6536 Ext. 202

Wine-O-Weekend – December 28th and 29th

Not wine all weekend. We said, “Wine-o weekend!” At Cliff Creek Cellars Tasting Room in Gold Hill, you can drink wine and play Bingo! And yes there are prizes. What a combination to make the weekend just that much more fun. On both Saturday and Sunday, this event is from 12:00 to 5:00 pm. Check out their website for more information:

1015 McDonough Rd.
Gold Hill, OR

New Year’s Eve Soiree – December 31st

With a dinner buffet and music by Flat 5 Flim Flam, you can bring in the New Year with flair! Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites sponsor this fabulous event. Find out what is on the menu here: For $55, you can have dinner, dance the night away, partake of the champagne toast and visit the selfie station. Want to stay the night? Check out their play and stay packages.

2525 Ashland St.
Ashland, OR

Meditate – Starting January 1st

Maybe you have been telling yourself that you need more peace in your life or a way to slow down your thoughts. How about free meditations that you can do for 21 days? The Ashland Yoga Center is doing 21 days of online meditations. To sign up, go to

Another opportunity for a meditation practice is at the Ashland Karate Academy. Deepam Sensei is offering a 21 day Morning Meditation series at the dojo, January 2nd-22nd. Contact him for more information or to register. 917-319-8866 or visit:

Open Mic Night & Vendor Party – January 3rd

What a way to start of the New Year with a healthy practice at this organic juice and smoothie bar. True Juice in Grants Pass is starting off the year with a party to celebrate local talent and local vendors. From 5-9 pm, musicians, poets, dancers, comedians, and more can show off their talents in front of a live audience. Be there by 5 pm, to get your name on the list of performers.

124 NW D St.
Grants Pass, OR

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