Shoppers bustled into downtown Roseburg to support local shops and enjoy special sales as part of Roseburg’s Small Business Saturday this weekend.
This weekend is predicted to be the hottest in Roseburg history, and with much of the county following suit, it'll be a good time to pack up the family car and take a dip in one of the county's lakes, rivers or community pools.
MYRTLE CREEK — The Myrtle Creek Summer Festival returns Thursday to celebrate “30 years of fun.” The event, which runs Thursday through Sunday, kicks off at 4 p.m. Thursday and promises a weekend filled with activities and entertainment.
Come the third week of August, Rhonda Seekins’ kitchen will be filled with Crock-Pots, pans and blackberries of all sizes in preparation for the Sutherlin Blackberry Festival.
Complete with competitions including a hula-hoop contest, the Twist dance off and best classic car challenge, the Graffiti Weekend Sock Hop brought the ‘50s to the Roseburg Senior Center.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day there are just 30 weekend summer days! The smell of fresh cut hay, call of crickets in the evening, and crack and sizzle of camp fires are just a hint of what summer adventures are all about. Endless summer days are the hallmark of early childhood memories.
The Umpqua Hot Springs, which closed last September after the discovery of toxic levels of E. coli stemming from human waste, are back open. However, the springs will only be available from sunup to sundown, forest officials announced Wednesday.