Whether you’re an athlete, an art appreciator or just a fan of food trucks, there’s plenty to stay busy all summer.
This weekend’s event calendar includes a massive plant sale, a monster bike ride, a celebration of all things wool and several performances.
The annual run is a benefit for Safety Compass, which provides counseling and services to sex trafficking survivors.
Dr. Chris Smith, a professor of biology, will give a free public lecture at Paulus Lecture Hall at 7 p.m.
Salem Symphonic Winds will open its 48th season with musical tales narrated in Spanish and English inspired by ghost stories and children’s literature.
The Hands Across the Bridge celebration Friday encourages Salemites to celebrate those who have recovered from addiction and mental illness.
The Senate District 10 race, which includes much of Salem, is among the most competitive legislative races on the ballot this November.
Salem Symphonic Winds are raising money to fund their upcoming season with a special concert Sunday at Youngberg Hill, a McMinville winery.
The free neighborhood park celebration features music and dance performances, more than 30 local artists, science and environmental booths and food vendors.
The Plein Air Invitational put on by Salem on the Edge fine art gallery will see 10 artists painting in Riverfront Park and throughout downtown on Saturday.