Benefit for Kennedy Middle School Music Program


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Saturday, July 20th at Luckey’s Club: 933 Olive St. in Downtown Eugene.

This is the first show in The Exiled In Eugene Future Musicians Concert Series, a series of shows with proceeds going to the Kennedy Middle School’s Music Program.

“We believe that children (who play music) are the future!” – J. Isaac Finch.

Music by:
The Procrastinators
Black Delany

$3-7 Sliding Scale. Of course donations are gladly accepted!!

Pedal for People


On May 12, 2012 Oregon Supported Living Program presents the “OSLP Pedal for People Metric Century Ride,” benefiting adults with developmental disabilities. It is a 100K bike ride (64 miles) on Lane and Linn County roads, beginning and ending at Armitage Park in Eugene, Oregon. The 100K route is supported with three rest stops with snacks, water and restrooms, mechanics at the start, stops and on the ride, and emergency assistance.  You may choose the 60k (37 mile), Optional Route with one rest stop.

Oregon is known for scenic and diverse cycling routes, and this is no exception! This fun, challenging route begins with a ride through the morning mist of the McKenzie River and pastoral country views. After the first stop in Marcola it continues along the Mohawk River to a stop on the Calapooia River at McKercher Park, which includes a full service mechanic station. After passing Brownsville and the last stop, a warm welcome awaits at Armitage Park.

Register online and you will have the option of creating your own fundraising page for friends and families to sponsor your ride. The person raising the most dollars in donations above $500 wins a Surly Long Haul Trucker. Other prizes will include a Novara E.T.A. backpack from REI with surprises inside! The first 50 riders to register receive a free Novara water bottle.

video – Rick Dancer Media

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Wine Down Eugene


–Julia Crowley, EDN

In between Christmas shopping, Christmas decorating, Christmas tree hunting and Christmas movies, I’ve actually managed to attend some of the many stellar beer and wine related events going on this December here in Eugene. It’s never too hard to juggle the mom-writer-chauffer-shopper-foodie-wino-beer loving lifestyle! Well, never is a pretty strong word; however, even in the busiest of times, I somehow always manage to squeeze in a little me time.

This past week, I visited two establishments that I’ve heard many great things about: Authentica Wine Shop and The Bier Stein.

On Saturday, I visited Authentica Wine Shop for a wine tasting of the highly rated wines produced by Evening Land Vineyards, out of Amity-Eola Hills. Not only was I blown away by Evening Lands incredible wines, but the shelves that lined Authentica’s exposed brick walls and stacked wooden crates were filled with remarkable selections. From affordable to expensive, the wines were hand selected by owner, Steve Baker, and I was clearly impressed with his expertise. I’ll share the details about the excellent Evening Land Vineyard wines with you in an upcoming article about my visit to Authentica.

On Tuesday night, my friends and I attended Firestone Walker’s 15th Anniversary party and partial tap takeover at Bier Stein. Firestone Walker is a unique brewing company out of Paso Robles, California, and their highly talked about 15th Anniversary beer is a blended beer that is barrel aged. If you’ve been reading my barrel aged brew series, then you already know why I wasn’t about to miss this event. If you haven’t, click here for Part I and here for Part II of the Barrel Aged Brew series.

Surprised by the crowd of people that packed the Bier Stein from wall to wall, we moved towards an open space in hopes that someone would soon vacate one of the tables. As luck would have it, David Walker, owner of Firestone Walker, invited us to sit at his table, and we were able to learn a great deal about the unique brewing process of the barrel aged Firestone Walker 15. Much like my experience at Authentica, my time spent with David Walker deserves its own article, so keep an eye out for Barrel Aged Brews Part III.

There’s more fun events this week too, so in between the shopping, wrapping and baking, I’ll be making time for the Autism Rocks Benefit at Goodfellas on Friday night with headliners Big Monti and The Precious Darlings along The Gaye Lee Russell Band.

On Saturday, I’ll be heading out to Sweet Cheeks Winery to celebrate the release of Sweet Cheeks winemakers own label, William Rose Wines. Winemaker Mark Nicholl will be tasting his 2008 Barbera-Syrah and red blend Demon Bird: DB1. Hope to see some of you out and enjoying the many fun events, cheers!

Wine Bars & Wine Shops

The Wine Place: Sat. 1 – 4 pm, Meet winemaker Rich Lorelli who has been growing grapes in the Applegate Valley for 20+ years. As a viticulturist, he uses his talents to produce unique, award winning wines; The loft above The Wine Cellar is the tasting room for J. Scott Cellars. 373 North Hwy. 101, Yachats.

Bier Stein: Thu. 6-9 pm, Stone, Elysian, and The Bruery collaborated on a beer called La Citrueille Celeste de Citracado, a concoction which contains pumpkin, yams, fenugreek, lemon verbena, and birch bark on draft(there was only 2 kegs for the state), along with a specialty brew from each brewery(Bruery Autumn Maple, Elysian Barleywine, Ruination IPA). We will also be pouring samples of Stone’s Vertical Epic 11-11-11 and Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale. 345 East Eleventh Ave., Eugene.

June Restaurant and Bar: Tue. – Sat. 5-6 pm Happy Hour. Their wine list has some great local wines. 1591 Willamette St., Eugene.

Authentica Wines: Tue. – Fri. 11 am – 6 pm, and Sat. 10 am – 5 pm. Wine tasting available every Saturday at the Wine Bar, and on the first Friday of each month during the Art Walk. With a focus on artisan, small production wines for every budget, you’re bound to find something you love at this wine shop. 766 W. Park St., Eugene.

Ambrosia Restaurant and Bar: Thu. 5:30-7 pm, Exclusive Wine Tasting, only available for 26 people total, featuring highly rated wines from Veneto, Tuscany and Piedmant. Thirty-five dollars per person includes a taste of seven wines and light appetizers. Call to reserve your spot.  541-342-4141. Mon. – Fri. 4-6 pm Happy Hour, tap beers $2 and house wines $4.50. 174 East Broadway Ave., Eugene.

16 Tons (Taphouse and Union Cafe): Thu. 5-8 pm, Eugene Based Blue Dog Mead tasting. 265 East Thirteenth Ave. and 2864 Willamette St. #500, Eugene.

Broadway Wine Merchants: Fri. 5-7 pm, Free Friday Wine Tasting; 17 Oakway Center, Eugene.

Sundance Wine Cellars:  Fri. 5-7 pm, Frugal Friday wine tasting with Mario; Sat. 5-7 pm, wine tasting featuring local and regional wines; 2441 Hilyard St., Eugene.

Territorial Vineyards and Wine Co.: Thu. 5-11 pm, music starts around 7 with Dreamdog (Folk,Americana); Fri. 5-11 pm, third Friday BBQ, music starts around 7 pm with Jerry Zybach (Blues); December Art: original oils by Richard Quigley. 907 West Third Ave., Eugene.

Steelhead Brewery: Sun. – Sat. 11:30 am – 11 pm, open later on Fri. and Sat., In addition to their own wine, Steelhead Red, you’ll find almost 20 wines by the glass, including 5H, Hinman, Erath and King Estate. 199 East 5th Ave., Eugene.

Le Bar at 5th Street Public Market/Marché: This new bar has an incredible wine list. 296 East 5th Ave., Eugene.

Marché Provisions: Fri. 5-7 pm, Free weekly wine tasting. 296 E. 5th Ave., Eugene.

Mac’s at the Vets Club: Wed. 6-9 pm, Wine, Jazz & Variety Show with Gus Russell & Paul Biondi. A different Oregon winery is featured each week. $8 Burger and Brew night, too. 1626 Willamette St., Eugene.

Café 440: Wed., all day. Wednesday Wine Flights, taste three reds or three whites for $10.50. 440 Coburg Rd., Eugene.

B2 Wine Bar: Happy hour Mon.-Fri., 4-6 pm, and 9-10 pm; Thu. and Sat., outdoor barbecue. Loads of Northwest wines offered here. 2794 Shadow Dr., Eugene.

LaVelle Club Room at 5th Street Market: Wed. 5-8 pm, half off glass pours for ladies; Thurs. and Fri. 6-8 pm, live music. 296 E. 5th Ave., Eugene.

Red Agave: Excellent wine list, including Oregon’s finest from King Estate, Territorial, Evesham Wood and Cristom, to name just a few. It’s impressive. 454 Willamette St., Eugene.

Cork and Bottle Shoppe: Fri. 4 pm, free weekly wine or beer tasting. The Cork & Bottle Shoppe is one of Oregon’s only liquor stores that carries a large selection of local and international wine and craft beer, in addition to liquor. 812 Beltline Rd., Springfield.

Capella Market: Fri. 4-6 pm, Beer tasting with Deschutes Brewing; Sat. 4-6 pm, Hard Cider tasting with 2 Towns Cider. 2489 Willamette St., Eugene

Jiffy Market: Fri. 5-7 pm, free wine tasting, house picks and pours; Sat. 6-10 pm, purchase a whole sandwich from the deli and receive a Ninkasi pint for $2. 3443 Hilyard St., Eugene.

Café Zenon: Tues., Fifty percent off bottles of wine; Mon-Fri. 5-6:30 pm, $1 off glasses of wine and pints of beer. Find King Estates’ Domaine Pinot Gris and Capitello’s Sauvignon Blanc here at half off on Tuesdays. 898 Pearl St., Eugene.

Izumi Sushi and Grill: Izumi has great sushi and they offer local wine and beer from Hinman, King Estate, Ninkasi and Oakshire. 2773 Shadow View Dr., Eugene.

Sabai Café and Bar: Wines by the glass, $6 and under; excellent local wines from Territorial, King Estate, Capitello and Benton-Lane. 27 Oakway Center, Eugene.

Agate Alley Laboratory: Sat. 10 pm, Late Night at The Lab with $1 off glass pour wine, $3 well drinks and pints, $9.50 pitchers & appetizer special. Twenty-five varieties of wine for $25 dollars. 2645 Willamette St., Eugene.

Kiva Grocery: Wine department focuses on affordable Northwest wines, small European wines and organic wines. Ten percent off mixed cases, 15 percent off unbroken cases. 125 W. 11th, Eugene.

Café Soriah: Wed., celebrate Wine Wednesdays. All day, half off bottles of wine, including local notable names such as BrickHouse, Capitello, King Estate and Broadley. Bartenders have put together a special drink list for the holidays. 384 W. 13th Ave., Eugene.

Café Lucky Noodle: Tue. 5:30-7:30 pm Wine Night – all bottles 35 percent off; complimentary wine tasting in the lobby; excellent wine list. 207 East 5th Ave., Eugene.

Granary Wine Bar: Wed., all day, $5 glass pours of house white or red. Find Patchwork Cellars’  delicious Pinot Noir here. 259 E. 5th Ave., Eugene.

Cornucopia Maize Lounge: Daily happy hour 3-6 pm – “3/3/3 at 3” special, three-dollar micros, wells and wine. 73 E. 13th Ave., Eugene.

Wineries and Vineyards

Sweet Cheeks: Fri. 6-9 pm, Twilight Tasting, sample pairings of Sweet Cheeks wine with Oregon-made artisan cheeses while listening to live music; Sat. 12-6 pm Celebrate the release of Sweet Cheeks Winemakers own label, William Rose Wines. Winemaker Mark Nicholl will be tasting his 2008 Barbera-Syrah and red blend “Demon Bird: DB1″ in celebration of the release. Be sure to stop by, grab a taste, and learn a story or two about fabled bootlegger William Rose; Sun. 12-6 pm, Mimosa Sundays, Fine sparkling wine and live music from 2-4 pm. Bring your own brunch. 27007 Briggs Hill Rd., Eugene.

Benton-Lane Winery: Open Daily 11 am – 5 pm; enjoy one of the Top 100 wines of the world: Benton-Lane 2010 Pinot Gris. Available in the tasting room by taste, glass or bottle. 23924 Territorial Hwy., Monroe.

Pfeiffer Vineyards: Open Mon.-Thu., 11 am – 5 pm and Fri./Sat., 11 am – 9 pm Watch the games on the big screen in the tasting room while sipping Pfeiffer wine by the fireplace. 25040 Jaeg Rd., Junction City.

Silvan Ridge Winery: Open daily 12-5 pm, Fri. 12-9 pm. Complimentary taste of five wines in addition to several limited wines that may be tasted for a fee. 27012 Briggs Hill Rd., Eugene.

King Estate: Open daily 11 am – 8 pm. Sample some of Oregon’s finest wine, dine on gourmet cuisine, and enjoy a valley view that’s unmatched. Their Acrobat Pinot Gris was recently Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Week. 80854 Territorial Hwy., Eugene.

Sarver Winery: Winter hours: Mon.-Thu. by appointment, Fri.-Sun., 12-6 pm. Sample the different styles of Pinot Gris produced from their 25-year old estate vines, along with full-bodied reds like Cabernet, Syrah and Petite Sirah while taking in an unobstructed view of the Cascades. 2600 Mayola Ln., Eugene.

Chateau Lorane: Open daily, 12-5 pm. Stop by and taste some of their multiple award winners: Melon De Bourgogne, Petit Verdot, Viognier, Asian Girl Merlot, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and their double award-winning Red Bordeaux blend, Entourage. 27415 Siuslaw River Rd., Lorane.

J. Scott Cellars: Tasting room located in The Wine Place in Yachats. Be sure to stop by and taste these excellent small boutique handmade Rhone varietals from the Pacific Northwest. Specializing in Roussanne, Viognier, Petite Sirah, Syrah and Cabernet…and a little Pinot Noir. 373 North Hwy. 101, Yachats.

Abbelone Vineyards: Another fabulous winery without walls; check back frequently to find out where you can sample their delicious Pinot Noir.

Brigadoon Wine Co.: Fri.-Sun. 12-5 pm or by appointment. Call 541-998-8708. Try Brigadoon’s three excellent wines: a Pinot Blanc and two Pinot Noirs, which can now be enjoyed on their lovely deck with a view, — or if it’s raining, you’ll be invited into their kitchen. 25166 Ferguson Rd., Junction City.

LaVelle Vineyards (winery in Elmira): Friday Night Flights is officially over for the winter season, but it will be back soon. Visit the winery daily, Mon.-Fri., 12-5 pm, and Sat.-Sun., 12-6 pm. 89697 Sheffler Rd., Elmira.

Saginaw Vineyards: Fri. 6-9 pm, Friday Night Live in the Barn, featuring live music with 2 Hot 4 Fido. $10 cover charge includes wine tasting and simple hors d’oeuvres; open daily, 11 am – 5pm. Sample their delicious traditional style wines in their tasting room located in the original building of a 1905 farmstead. They also specialize in farm fresh fruit wines. 80247 Delight Valley School Rd., Cottage Grove.

Stanton Vineyards: Another local “winery without walls,” so keep an eye out for events where Charlie Stanton will be pouring his delicious wines. Bottles sold at Sundance, Market of Choice, Wineries without Walls in the Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce & Authentica, and in restaurants Marché and Eugene Country Club.

Noble Estate: Open 7 days/week, 12-5 pm. Tasting room with beautiful new patio and gorgeous view. 29210 Gimpl Hill Rd., Eugene.

Briggs Hill Winery: A winery without walls. Check back frequently to see where and when they will be offering samples of their wine.

Iris Vineyards: Mon.- Fri., 11 am – 3 pm. Stop by their state of the art winery and tasting room in Cottage Grove. Three-dollar tasting fee includes free wine glass, cheese and crackers. 195 Palmer Ave., Cottage Grove.

Patchwork Cellars: Christian Fox, owner of Patchwork Cellars, pours his excellent wine at certain events around town. Check back often for his schedule of tastings.

Capitello Wines: Another local winery without walls, so keep an eye out on Capitello’s Facebook page for upcoming events and tastings.

Dylan’s Run: Another winery without walls. Keep an eye out for tastings at the Fern Ridge Chamber of commerce, Wineries without Walls.

Wineries without Walls (wine shop and tasting room): Sat. 4-6 pm, return of Five H Wines! This wine shop and tasting room showcases local wines and is located inside the Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center in Veneta. 24949 Hwy. 126, Veneta.

Save the Date or Reserve Now

Goodfellas: Fri. 9 pm to close. Autism Rocks Benefit with Big Monti and The Precious Darlings, and The Gaye Lee Russell Band. All proceeds go to the Kindtree Autism Rocks Project. 117 South 14th St., Springfield.

16 Tons (Taphouse): Dec. 21, 5-6:30 pm. Tieton Cider Works Tasting and several Ciders on tap 265 East Thirteenth Ave., Eugene; Jan. 5, 5:30 or 8 pm, Cheese Wars III at the Union Cafe 2864 Willamette St. #500, Eugene.

Marche Restaurant: Dec. 24, 5-8 pm. Christmas Eve Feast. $40 per person. Call for reservations 541-342-3612. 296 East Fifth Ave., Eugene.

LaVelle Vineyards in Elmira: Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve Murder Mystery Dinner and Dance. $99 per person includes three-course meal prepared by Field to Table Catering, a three-act play and round-trip transportation from Valley River Center if you choose to use it. Seating is limited and advance ticket purchase is required. 89697 Sheffler Rd., Elmira.

Red Agave: Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve Celebration, 4 course meal served with a glass of bubbly. Call for reservations. 541-683-2206. 454 Willamette St., Eugene.

Spencer Creek Cellars/McBeth Vineyards: Starting in January, by appointment only,
Wine Tastings in the Barn. 541-521-4381. 85162 McBeth Rd., Eugene.

King Estate Winery: Jan 2, 12:30 pm, rose Bowl Viewing Party. Fifty Dollars Tower Club Members, Fifty Five Dollars Non Members. Call for reservations. 541-942-9874. 80854 Territorial Rd., Eugene.

Diablo’s Bicycle Poker Run


On Sunday, August 28th Diablos/Downtown Lounge kicked off it’s 6th annual Bicycle Poker run. A cancer benefit supporting the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The intrepid EDN Inside Outlaw ScottieZ made the trip:

With thanks to the staff at Diablo’s/Downtown Lounge!

Sweet Cheeks Winery hosts benefit for CASA


This Thursday (tomorrow!), head out to Sweet Cheeks Winery to enjoy a BBQ and music in beautiful wine country to benefit CASA.Your ticket includes a full BBQ dinner from Hole in the Wall BBQ (menu below), a glass of Sweet Cheeks wine, and award-winning island sounds of the steel drum band, Steel Magnolias.BBQ Dinner Menu: Pulled pork Smoked chicken BBQ beans Potato salad Green salad with dressing Rolls with butter Fudge browniesTickets are just $28 p/p. A special group rate is also available for $24 per ticket when you purchase 8 or more. Plus, 20% of all wine sales ALL DAY are donated to CASA. Call for tickets: (541) 868-3087

About CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, provides a powerful voice for abused or neglected children. Today, nearly 1,000 children live in foster care in Lane County. In an overburdened system, these children risk slipping through the cracks and suffering from further abuse. CASA volunteers have the power to prevent this tragic reality. These dedicated, highly-trained community members serve as fact finders for the judge by researching the background of each assigned case. They speak for the child in the courtroom, representing the child’s best interests, and continue to act as a watchdog for the child until that child is in a safe, permanent home.

Nearly 300 abused and neglected children here in Lane County are waiting for a CASA volunteer. If you or someone you know can volunteer to speak up for a child, or you wish to become a supporter of CASA, please contact CASA at 541-984-3132.

Sweet Cheeks Winery
26961 Briggs Hill Rd
Eugene, OR 97401

CASA Benefit Dinner at Red Agave


In support of CASA, Red Agave Restaurant and Cantina is preparing a special 4 course meal with wine pairings on Wednesday, August 10th, at 7:30pm. Enjoy Red Agave’s unique Latin-American cuisine which includes an Heirloom Tomato Salad, Chilled Carrot-Habanero Soup, Grilled ‘Knee-Deep’ Tenderloin, and Blueberry-Arbol Tart, which are all expertly paired with 4 wines from different regions including an top-notch Willamette Valley Pinot Blanc from Four Graces Winery.

A limited number of seats are available at $75 each, and 50% of this cost goes directly to CASA. Please contact Sarah-Kate Sharkey for tickets at 541-868-3087.

Red Agave
454 Willamette Street


About CASA:
Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, provides a powerful voice for abused or neglected children. Today, nearly 1,000 children live in foster care in Lane County. In an overburdened system, these children risk slipping through the cracks and suffering from further abuse. CASA volunteers have the power to prevent this tragic reality. These dedicated, highly-trained community members serve as fact finders for the judge by researching the background of each assigned case. They speak for the child in the courtroom, representing the child’s best interests, and continue to act as a watchdog for the child until that child is in a safe, permanent home.

Nearly 300 abused and neglected children here in Lane County are waiting for a CASA volunteer. If you or someone you know can volunteer to speak up for a child, or you wish to become a supporter of CASA, please contact CASA at 541-984-3132.




Benefit for Local Artist Battling Cancer


Benefit for Local Artist Battling Cancer

Nate Gartrell, EDN

Members of the local artist community held a benefit Friday evening at Art of Glass to help one of their own, David Preston Miller, as he continues a battle with brain cancer that has so far spanned two years.

Peter Herley stands by some of his work at Friday's benefit.

Miller is a local artist who has worked with Eugene Storefront Art Project (ESAP), a group dedicated to promoting the arts in Eugene. He does sculpture work with mostly metal, stone, and wood. He’s been fighting brain cancer for the last two years, and the benefit is intended to help with the associated medical costs.

“With this show, it’s going to be a turning out of enforcement of love, peace and prosperity,” said Peter Herley, a local artist and close friend of Miller. “And, to say ‘thank you’ to David.”

The benefit, which was held at Art of Glass, mainly featured art from Herley, who has worked as an artist for more than 30 years, and exhibited his art across the world. Herley, a founding member of ESAP, said he and Miller have collaborated over the years, and the two have become “brothers in life.”

“David has been an incredible artist here, a big supporter of young artists,” said Herley. “He’s been my good friend, my comrade, for 10 years.”

Additionally, music was performed by artists Samuel Harmon and Don Haugen, as well as the band “Frantic.”

Art of Glass, midway through the benefit Friday.

“We’re definitely a fan of [Miller’s] work,” said Noni Lundy, owner of Art of Glass. “We’ve worked with Peter Herley and ESAP a number of times, and really appreciate the work that they’re doing. So we’re definitely excited to be a part of the benefit.

The benefit centered around visual art and music; Herley put dozens of his paintings up for display, and requested donations for $5-$50 for them, depending on their size. Additionally, Lundy said that most of the proceeds from art sales generated at the benefit, through Aug. 31, (when the work will be taken down) will go towards helping Miller and his family.

“I’m not aware of a particular goal (in dollars), just something to make his life, and the lives of his family, a little bit easier,” said Lundy. “It’s a difficult time for them.”

By Saturday, Art of Glass reported that they’d raised $608 so far.

Herley’s past collaborations with Miller, who was too ill to come to the benefit opening, include a project the two did for a New Years Eve celebration. They created a sculptural tree; Herley designed it, and Miller built it. When it was finished, they invited anyone and everyone to write their “dreams, hopes, and aspirations” onto note cards, and hang them on the tree.

By the time the tree was finished exhibiting, more than 200 people had written such notes. Herley said he compiled them into a book, which he gave to Miller last year as a gift. The two had planned to do a similar collaboration again, but Miller’s current condition has put that on hold.

“I would love to be able to wave a magic wand and change everything in life sometimes,” said Herley. “But, the world is a (messed) up place. And I’m only an artist, and I can only do my small part.”

Cornucopia Maize supports the Bridgeway House


The New Belgium Bike Giveaway kicked off Thursday, July 21st at Cornucopia’s Maize Lounge and will run through October 20th.

On Thursdays, buy a New Belgium pint and get $1 off and a free raffle ticket for a chance to win the 20th anniversary Fat Tire Bike. (All other nights tickets are $1). Every Thursday night will be New Belgium Night until a winner is picked on October 20th.

All proceeds go to the Bridgeway House which offers treatments, developmental therapies, enrichment courses and support to children and families of all income levels with autism and related disabilites.

Cornucopia Maize Lounge
13th & Oak, Eugene

Silvan Ridge Winery hosts “Winetasia”


Winetasia is an elegant evening filled with award-winning wines, gourmet food, friends and dancing under the stars. The event takes place at Silvan Ridge Winery on Saturday, July 23rd from 6-10p.

All proceeds of this benefit stay local and enhance the care of infants and children treated at Sacred Heart Medical Center through the Children’s Miracle Network.

Tickets cost $60 per person or $1,000 for a Corporate Table of 8 people. Reserved seating options are available. Reserve your ticket on-line or by phone:

Silvan Ridge Winery
27012 Briggs Hill Rd.
Eugene, 97405

Blues Build Benefit at Pfeiffer Winery


Sunday, July 24th from 2:30-7:30p, Pfeiffer Winery will host the “Blues Build Benefit” for the Junction City-Harrisburg-Monroe chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

Appearing at this years event are The Vicki Steven’s Band, led by the talented and dynamic vocalist Vicki Stevens; renowned guitarists and vocalists Anne Weiss and Alice Stuart; Dikki Du and the Zydeco Krewe; and the Vipers featuring Deb Cleveland.

$15 advance to general public. $20 at the gate. Children 15 and younger are free.

Lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets are welcome, and food is available for purchase from Habitat’s YOUTH United Program.

There’s also a drawing for a $1,000 Jerry’s Home Improvement Center Gift Card. Raffle tickets are for sale- $10 each or 3 for $25. Available at JCHM Habitat office or at the Blues Build Benefit.


Pfeiffer Winery
25040 Jaeg Road
Junction City, OR 97448