Salem’s events calendar this weekend includes a roller derby bout, an international skateboarding contest and a last opportunity to visit some art shows.
Events in Salem this weekend include a wine festival, a punk rock resource fair and an album release concert from Salemites Kristen Grainger & True North
A punk rock fair Saturday at Marion Square Park will give Salem’s homeless youth a platform, supplies and connections to help.
Events the weekend of Friday, Sept. 8, to Sunday, Sept. 10, include several dance parties to classics, rock n’ roll and to traditional Celtic music. The Capital City Cornhole Classic returns, bringing hundreds of competitors to the capitol lawn.
This month in Salem, galleries will showcase work by Native American artist Lillian Pitt, celebrate zines from the community and display work from printmaking and weaving masters.
There’s lots to do at the Oregon State Fair this weekend, and plenty of smaller events for those who don’t want the crowds. Here’s your guide to weekend events in Salem for Aug. 25-27.
The Pentacle Theatre’s performance of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” starts Friday, and runs through Sept. 2. In the play, a teenager investigates the unexpected death of his neighbor’s dog.
This month, Salem’s art scene offers a trip into surreal landscapes and a chance to see depictions of local parks before the paint dries.
The Great Oregon Steam-Up festival returns this weekend with demonstrations of historic workmanship and a parade of steam engines and other vehicles. Other events this weekend include a movie at Riverfront Park, Hoopla and a Blues performance.
Salem’s Ironman on Sunday will be the third time the triathlon has been held in the state. As this year’s event ends a three-year agreement, organizers hope to make the race a staple in Salem.