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all-day Narrated Trolley Tours 10:30 – 2:30
Narrated Trolley Tours 10:30 – 2:30
May 27 all-day
45 minute narrated trolley tour providing an overview of Jacksonville’s history Meet the trolley at the Visitor Information Center – corner of North Oregon & C Streets Purchase tickets at Visitor Information Center by credit card or cash; Cash only for on-board purchase $6 adults, $3 children, no charge for held on lap Tours run on the hour from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm Fridays – Mondays in May & October Daily June – September; The Trolley is not handicap accessible Sold out tours may occur with advance registration and will be noted on this calendar as a separate entry Private tours are available for groups, limited to 25. Click Here for more information
10:00 am Buncom Day
May 27 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sponsored by the Buncom Historical Society since 1993 on a Saturday in late May, Buncom Day is an all-day affair with live music, craft and food booths, a barbecue, parade, children’s activities, a petting zoo, a chicken-splat contest, door-prize drawings, and other fun events for the whole family. Admission is free. About 500 people usually attend. The event raises money for the Society’s continuing program to preserve the buildings and the history of Buncom and the Little Applegate Valley. http://www.buncom.org/
11:00 am ART’clectic Artisan’s Market
ART’clectic Artisan’s Market
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Locally Handcrafted Items Framed art, Hand-Woven Textiles, Garden Decor, Pottery, Photography, Jewelry, Art Glass, Baskets, Prints, Furniture, Pillows and more! Art Center 206 Fifth Street http://eventsartclectic.blogspot.com/
11:00 am Behind the Counter Tours at Beek...
Behind the Counter Tours at Beek...
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Experience how Cornelius Beekman, Jacksonville’s most prominent pioneer, conducted banking in the late 1800s when Historic Jacksonville again opens the 1863 Beekman Bank, the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, for special “Behind the Counter” tours from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day in 2017. Between 11 am and 4 pm on Fridays through Mondays, costumed docents will share stories of late 19th Century banking practices, gold shipping, and handshake deals. Over $10 million in gold crossed the bank’s counters during Jacksonville’s heyday in the second half of the 19th Century (worth over $1 billion today). The bank is located at the corner of California and North 3rd streets in Jacksonville. It has been preserved intact as a museum since Cornelius Beekman closed the doors in 1915. Over 4,600 people visited the Beekman Bank in 2016 when grants from the Jackson County Cultural Coalition and the Jacksonville Lodging Tax Committee made it possible for Historic Jacksonville to open this Jacksonville museum during the summer months and Victorian Christmas weekends. A suggested bank “deposit” of $2 will help us maintain this program and expand “banking hours.” Private group tours are also available. For additional information, contact Historic Jacksonville at 541-245-3650 or e-mail email@example.com. http://www.historicjacksonville.org/events/behind-the-counter-tours/
12:00 pm 1932 Living History Tours at Bee...
1932 Living History Tours at Bee...
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
1932 Living History Time travel to 1932. New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt is running for President. Groucho Marx in on the radio. Depression era miners are digging up Jacksonville streets. Hobos are hoping for hand outs. And Carrie and Ben Beekman are in Jacksonville for the weekend prior to closing up their 1873 family home, and they are inviting you to visit! Experience 1932 Jacksonville as you interact with the Beekmans, their cousin Lulu Linn, and their former housekeeper Louise Minear as they sort through family belongings, comment on current events, and reminisce about life in the late 1800s in one of Southern Oregon’s most prominent pioneer families. These special Living History tours are offered at Jacksonville’s historic Beekman House, located at 470 E. California Street, at 12 noon, 1:30 pm, and 3 pm on the 4th Saturday of each month from May through September. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for seniors and students. Tours are limited to 15 people. Other dates may be possible for group bookings of 10 to 15 people. Group bookings may also include either a picnic lunch or a “strawberry tea” for an additional $15 per person. For information or group reservations, call 541-245-3650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.historicjacksonville.org/events/1932-living-history/