Rogue Valley’s Top 5 Things To Do

Above…Snowshoe Walk, Cascade-Sisiyou National Monument – February 17th. (Details further below)

Jen Ambrose Live, at Grants Pass Museum of Art – February 6th

Grants Pass Museum of Art presents this lovely Blues and Jazz singer performing at 7:00 pm. Jen’s style has been described as: “A rich blend of Blues, Jazz, Rock, Soul, and Americana music.” Ms. Ambrose performs as a solo artist, live looping and accompanying herself on a six or twelve-string acoustic guitar or electric guitar, flute and percussion.

Grants Pass Museum of Art
229 SW G Street
Between 4th & 5th streets
Doors open at 6:30 pm
$20 per person

Greta Gardiner Live, at Rogue Grape – February 7th

The Rogue Grape in Medford is hosting Greta Gardiner from 7:00 to 9:00 pm with no cover charge. If you have not been to the Rogue Grape yet, you are in for a treat.

This Winebar serves fabulous food and usually has a local artist’s works on the wall. It has a nice ambiance and always features local musicians. Check out their calendar of upcoming events here:

The Rogue Grape
36 S. Central Ave.
Medford, OR

Dance the Night Away, Grants Pass Dance Club – February 8th

If you are looking for a fun place to dance the Cha-Cha, Waltz, West Coast Swing, Jitterbug, Night Club Two Step, East Coast Swing, Rumba, Foxtrot, Two Step, a Line Dance or just the old senior/junior shuffle, attend the Grants Pass Dance Club’s Saturday event this weekend. They also have dance events on Mondays and Fridays too.

Contact: Judy Gent (541) 499-1405

Square Dance Building
1451 Fairgrounds Rd.
Grants Pass, OR 97527
6:00 – 10:00 pm

Dayton Mason at Bella Fiore Winery – February 9th

Dayton is a Gypsy and Jazz guitarist from Ashland, OR. His second album which will be released in the coming months will be released on a major international record label, Medwyn Goodall Records. To learn more about this local musician, check out his website at

Bella Fiore Winery
100 Belle Fiore Lane
(Formerly 955 Dead Indian Memorial Road)
Ashland, OR 97520

Snowshoe Walk, Cascade-Sisiyou National Monument – February 17th

It is time to get out into nature! So plan ahead for this upcoming snowshoe walk. “During winter, we often forget that in the quiet and stillness, the forest is still teeming with life. Join the Friends as we discover the often overlooked world of lichens and bryophytes in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.

Bryophytes will include mosses and liverworts, as hornworts will likely be undetectable under the snow, being generally terrestrial.” This event will happen from 9-2 pm with the location revealed as the date gets closer. For more information and to register, visit This is a free event.

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