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The Greatest Generation: Medford in WWII with Larry Mullaly

Jackson County Library Services

Larry Mullaly will provide insight into what it was like in the Rogue Valley during the Second World War. Families could not easily purchase shoes and clothing; food and gasoline were rationed. New automobiles—even tires—could not be had. The war also transformed the city of Medford, an agricultural center with less than 12,000 inhabitants. Construction…

Free

Spring SOHS Forward Gala & Auction

SOHS History Center 106 N. Central, Medford, OR

Tickets for the Gala are sold out but you can still take part in our online auction! Head on over to virtualauction.bid/SOHS2022 and put in your bids! Join SOHS for a night to remember with a five-course meal, featuring locally-produced items and wine service from EdenVale Winery. We have an online and silent auction planned…

$100

Heritage Plant Sale at SOHS Hanley Farm

SOHS Hanley Farm 1053 Hanley Road, Central Point, OR

Plant a piece of history in your garden! It's the Annual SOHS Hanley Farm Plant Sale from 11am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1. Select from hundreds of heritage plants and over 50 varieties. There's something for every garden: sun, shade, native, herbs, pollinator friendly, deer resistant, and drought tolerant…

Free

Heritage Plant Sale at SOHS Hanley Farm

SOHS Hanley Farm 1053 Hanley Road, Central Point, OR

Plant a piece of history in your garden! It's the Annual SOHS Hanley Farm Plant Sale from 11am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1. Select from hundreds of heritage plants and over 50 varieties. There's something for every garden: sun, shade, native, herbs, pollinator friendly, deer resistant, and drought tolerant…

Free

Connecting Across Landscapes with Katie Johnson

Jackson County Library Services

Archaeologist Katie Johnson will examine excavations at the Jacksonville Chinese Quarter Site. They resulted in the recovery of over 50 pounds of animal bones. These bones represent mealtimes, home cooking, adaptation and innovation of Oregon Chinese Americans in late nineteenth century. Katie Johnson is a staff archaeologist at the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology,…

Free