Klamath Symphony will kick off its 2019-20 concert season with two new conductors.
From television to real-life, Klamath County residents will have the opportunity to prove their abilities — and ninja-like skills — when a traveling obstacle course, with participants from the show “American Ninja Warriors” come to Klamath Falls next week.
The Linkville Players will host their 16th Annual Klammie Awards Ceremony Saturday at the Linkville Playhouse at 201 Main St.
Whether a city slicker or buckaroo, you’re in for a fun-filled evening of country Western comedy, dinner and auctions at the Klamath Community College “Hay Klamath! KCC Scholarship Round-up.”
Recently released books by Rick Steber, Larry Powers, Lee Juillerat, Marie Lee and the Shaw Historical Library will be featured at a Meet the Authors book signing Saturday at Basin Book Trader, 5507 S. Sixth St., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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