This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.
With bows at the ready, singing voices warmed up and lines memorized, the cast of The Grand Victorian Theatre’s “Hi, Ho, Robin Hood” is ready to entertain all ages with their comedic rendition of the legendary bandit hero.
MYRTLE CREEK — Billed as Douglas County’s first-ever concert series, Music in the Park, has returned to Millsite Park, 231 Volunteer Way, Myrtle Creek, for its 32nd season. This first concert begins at 6 p.m. Thursday with an eclectic performance from Roseburg’s own Mo’ Jo Boogie.
MYRTLE CREEK — Volunteers go about their business every week in an old building in downtown Myrtle Creek, that houses the St. Vincent de Paul Society, helping to feed and clothe local residents who are struggling to make ends meet.
Roseburg’s been growing slow and steady since 2010, slower than most Oregon cities, but faster than most other cities within Douglas County.
Covered bridges boast much beauty and history and there are a total of six in Douglas County. Two of those six are in the Myrtle Creek area: Neal Lane Bridge and Horse Creek Bridge. Take a drive, pack a picnic and explore some of South County’s historic landmarks.
The Big John Miller Memorial Westcoast Lumberjack Show will once again bring beast against bark to Millsite Park in Myrtle Creek, Saturday, July 28. The show is a favorite event during the Myrtle Creek Summer Festival which runs July 26-29.
South Umpqua Memorial Pool has been cooling off the community since 1963. With the support of the community, specifically a group named “The Friends of the Pool Task Force,” the pool has continued to repair, renovate, and provide a variety of classes and activities throughout the years.