Events this weekend in Salem include a roller derby tripleheader, an eclipse-focused planetarium show and other live entertainment.
The Oregon State Fairgrounds host a classic car and bike show and a quilt expo this weekend. Around Salem, there’s also live music, comedy and theater to enjoy.
You can celebrate Valentine’s Day in Salem this weekend with unique events including an aerial and pole dance performance – no partner required.
Art shows are opening, and an Ozzy Osborne lookalike takes the stage at the Grand this weekend. Here’s your guide to what’s happening in Salem.
Art exhibitions opening in Salem this month include Willamette Valley landscapes, an inclusive erotica show and work from students of video game design. Salem Art Association 600 Mission St. S.E. Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 12 – 4 p.m. Admission: Free The following shows will have a joint opening reception with the artists[Read More…]
This weekend in Salem, choose from a slate of comedians, enjoy jazz music or learn about regional history.
Salem has been on ice for the past few days. But as the city continues defrosting, there’s no shortage of weekend events for both families and adults to look forward to. Here’s your events guide for Jan. 19-21.
If road conditions allow, the Pentacle Theatre will launch its 70th season with the comedy Brighton Beach Memoirs this weekend. It’s the 50th play directed by Jo Dodge, and the acting debut for longtime volunteer Beverly Freitas.
Several community events next week will pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., and other performances are scheduled this weekend despite an incoming winter storm.
It’s a quieter weekend in Salem after the buzz of the holidays, but there’s still a mix of events for all ages. Here’s your events guide for Jan. 5-7.