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Theater, Arts & Music

One thing is for certain in the Rogue Valley: if you don’t want to be bored, you don’t have to wander very far to find entertainment.  We have world-class theater, a variety of music venues and every other person you meet is an artist in one form or another.
Find the entertainment you’ve been looking for.



Get to know your local business owners. Help strengthen our local economy by getting to know the folks who operate businesses here in Ashland and the choice to "stay local" becomes an obvious one. So get to know a local business, and start supporting them... you never know, they could be your neighbors!

  • Children’s Store Opens in Downtown Ashland

    Children’s Store Opens in Downtown Ashland

    January 2023

    With the demise of Bug a Boo, Elizabeth and James Duffy have stepped in to fill the void with their new downtown store Forever Young Ashland, located at 252 E. Main (where Travel Essentials used to be), which opened on November 16th. They have stocked children’s clothing, shoes and boots, plus socks, tights, waterproof gear, outdoor toys, indoor toys, action figures, Waldorf toys, baby toys and accessories, arts and crafts supplies, games, trucks, and more.

  • LUNA Cafe Will Celebrate Seven Years in Ashlan

    LUNA Cafe Will Celebrate Seven Years in Ashlan

    January 2023

    LUNA Café + Mercantile, located at 2525 Ashland Street inside the Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites, which is part of the Neuman Hotel Group, is celebrating its seventh year in business this year. Doug and Becky Neuman are happy with how the restaurant has turned out.




    December 2022

    Recology Ashland is a 100% employee-owned business that collects waste, recycling materials, and green debris in Ashland, Talent, and their respective unincorporated areas of Jackson County. Technically, there are 36 owners, but we were able to track down one of the managers, Jamie Rosenthal, for a little insight.

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