September 2019
a newsletter about current events & updates
Greetings!
September 1 - WOW! I believe yesterday it was April 17? Be sure and watch for kidlets on their way to and from school starting Tuesday.

Enjoy!
Hyla
If you want something added to this newsletter - please click here! The best thing to send me is a PDF or JPG of a poster describing your announcement. Do not send me press releases. They don't work well in this format and I don't have the time to reformat them. Thanks!

Also - I am in the process of updating the website (which hasn't been done in a long time) - so pretty soon things will be more up to date.
opportunities
workshops and classes

Classes at the museum are filling fast. Sign up now! Click the pix below.
events and things to do
music events
Barnstormers Storytelling Music Series
visual art happenings
GRANTS PASS__________________________________________________
Museum hours:
10am - 5pm Tues - Sat
Admission is always free

229 SW G Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526

541-479-3290

www.gpmuseum.com

Elevator Access!





Opening September 25
Corey Kahn
"Blueprints"
A painting series exploring life and death complexities"
From September 25 through November 15

David Quill is a skilled drum maker and artist who will be the featured artist at Gallery One in September. He studied and perfected his skill under the guidance of master drum maker Emmeth Young from Belize. The traditional craftsman skills came with the lessons of Three Spirits United: The Tree, The Animal Hide and The Drum Maker.  David is an active member in the community, hosting a drum circle most Saturdays at the Merging Rivers Zen Center, located at the corner of 4th and J Streets in Grants Pass. 
ASHLAND ____________________________________________________________
GALLERY ONE IS A ONE STOP SHOP FOR GIFTS.
performing arts happenings
Grants Pass_____________________________
Medford_____________________________
Talent________________________________
Ashland __________________________________
the monthlies
Grants Pass from 5 pm - 9 pm
Historic downtown and nearby.
Grants Pass Fruitdale Grange - First Sundays
1 pm - 3 pm. Bring a snack to share.
First Monday of each month. Different locations.
Check Facebook to locate.
Figure Drawing at the Grants Pass Museum of Art
Second Wednesday from 7 pm - 9 pm
$5 per person. Bring your own supplies.
Poetry Sharing
Second Friday Poetry Night
Grants Pass Museum of Art.
Free to the public (donations welcome)
Read poetry and/or listen to others 
September 13 optional theme is "Restaurants"
7 pm - 9pm (bring refreshments to share!)
For more information, Please call   541-479-3290
Authors Innovative Marketing 
We are published authors who share information to better market our books.
AIM   meets on the first Tuesday of each month, from    2:30 to 4:00 p.m.,
in the Creation Room,    at Brookdale Independent Living, 
1357 Redwood Circle, third floor, with parking in rear of building.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month.
6:30 - 8:30 PM January through June, September through November
 No meeting in July and August
1:00 - 3:00 PM December through March
Fruitvale Grange
1440 Parkdale Drive
Grants Pass
Southern Oregon Society of Artists, Inc.
4th Monday of each month Jan-October (Except May when they will meet on the 3rd Monday)
Where: Medford Library
Demonstrations and Critiques of Artwork
Link to the website: sosa-inc.org
the weeklies
BINGO - EVERY WEEK
EVERY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
ARTS & CRAFT BUILDING
SUNDAYS - 12 NOON - 5 PM
WEDNESDAYS - 6 PM - 10 PM
Weekly Life Drawing at the museum.
Most Mondays from 1-3pm. 
$5 per person.
´╗┐Call 541-479-3290
Second Saturday of each month

9am - Noon in Grants Pass

At the Women's Health Center
community calendar links
Grants Pass and Josephine County information
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon has an event calendar on their website.
Go there and register your events if you so choose! 
Brand new and easy to use
Information about the
Illinois Valley
Information about the Applegate and surrounding areas
Grants Pass
Travel Information
Good for "Staycations" too!
BOTTOM OF THE PAGE TREAT
Ellen is very funny. I think partly because she takes real life things and shows us how silly they are. Here are some great examples.
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