The Ross Ragland Theater is offering movie nights twice a week in the month of August, presenting more adult classics on Friday nights and family-friendly matinees on Saturday afternoons, according to a news release.
Klamath Independent Film Festival will be presented entirely at the Ross Ragland Theater come September, breaking a tradition of also utilizing Pelican Cinemas, due to COVID-19 restrictions; and available on-demand through the online platform Eventive.
LAKEVIEW — The Lake County Libraries Summer Reading Program will welcome the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History, providing a virtual program and special activity packs for all three Summer Reading sites in Lakeview, Paisley and Christmas Valley.
Klamath Art Gallery will host an August exhibit featuring the digital artistry of KD Gruhn, according to a news release.
What better way to spend a lunch hour in the warm sun than with some sweet melodies filling the backdrop? Such is the case in downtown Klamath Falls, where through August local musicians will be performing for free on Wednesdays at Sugarman’s Corner from 12-1:30 p.m.
Following months of forced closure due to COVID-19 crowd restrictions and multiple facilities upgrades during lockdowns, the historic Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls has formulated a plan to welcome audiences back to its grand hall with special film screenings on Fridays and Saturdays,…
SUMMER LAKE – PLAYA, a nonprofit artist retreat established in the Lake County community of Summer Lake, will present a series of artist workshops throughout the month of August focused on writing and visual arts as well as its month PLAYA Presents event in July, according to a news release.
A weeklong online film fellowship being presented in partnership between Southern Oregon University and Klamath Film will take place in August, offering a cash prize to the best film created at the conclusion of the event.
The Ross Ragland Theater announced auditions for “What About Dan?,” a new musical review for the Ragland created by Dan Neubauer and Dan Crenshaw, on Monday, July 20, 2020 at 6 p.m.