RRT focuses on Youth Education and Outreach

RRT focuses on Youth Education and Outreach

As the long summer nights are becoming shorter, streets are filled with colorful back packs, giddy laughter, and parents gearing up for another new school year! The Ross Ragland Theater is also quickly approaching their new year, and Education Director, Sam Burris can’t wait to jump into our Youth Education and Outreach programs.

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Almost showtime at the Ross Ragland Theater

Almost showtime at the Ross Ragland Theater

Mark Chesnutt will kick off the Ross Ragland Theater’s 30th Anniversary Season on September 28 and they could not be more excited. In the days before Chesnutt’s performance, the Ragland Big Screen features to special presentations and the Rag Tag Children’s Choir returns

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Fiber art by Liz Hubbard in Modoc Gallery

Fiber art by Liz Hubbard in Modoc Gallery

Ancient rock art seen at various places in the Upper Klamath Basin and other regions of the West are the inspiration for fiber art works created by Liz Hubbard of Bonanza.

“I fell in love with the petroglyphs in Petrified Forest National Park and began a quest to see all the rock art I could find,” Hubbard says. “I joined groups on Facebook with like-minded petroglyph lovers, and I bought a small library about rock art.”

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KCC to host Hay Klamath! Scholarship Round-up Aug. 24

KCC to host Hay Klamath! Scholarship Round-up Aug. 24

Klamath Falls, Ore. — Whether a city slicker or buckaroo, you’re in for a fun-filled evening of country Western comedy, dinner, and auctions at the Klamath Community College “Hay Klamath! KCC Scholarship Round-up.”

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Opening Night: “The Addam’s Family!”

Opening Night: “The Addam’s Family!”

As the house lights fell and the spot light danced across the curtain, a hand crept out from beneath. The audience roared as the hand made it’s way up the curtain. The Addam’s Family had arrived! AND “Thing” well, he was just the beginning.

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"The City of Your Final Destination" with Oscar-winner and Klamath Alum James Ivory

"The City of Your Final Destination" with Oscar-winner and Klamath Alum James Ivory

Considered one of the most successful independent filmmakers of all time, James Ivory grew up in Klamath Falls, graduated Klamath Union and has gone on to make dozens of films over a 50 year career which have been nominated for dozens of Oscars. Last year Mr. Ivory became the eldest filmmaker to win an Oscar for his "Call Me By Your Name" screenplay, which he presented at a special Klamath Film event last Fall.

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Lonestar leaves thousands 'Amazed' at the fair

Lonestar leaves thousands 'Amazed' at the fair

County music legends, Lonestar arrived in Klamath Falls after leaving Whitefish, Montana the night before. 14-hours in a bus did not hinder the legendary group as they rocked the Klamath County Event Center like no performer has ever done before.

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Klamath County unites to celebrate at the fair

Klamath County unites to celebrate at the fair

Day number two of the Klamath County Fair has come and gone with a tremendous turnout, exciting experiences, and fantastic family fun. Families and individuals alike cruised through the fairgrounds soaking up the joy and adventure the fair has to offer.

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Midland headlines the Klamath County Fair as 4-H & FFA begin showing animals

Midland headlines the Klamath County Fair as 4-H & FFA begin showing animals

The first day of the Klamath County Fair did not disappoint. The entertainment was strong, food was excellent, vendors were friendly and outgoing. But most importantly, 4-H and FFA Members began showing their animals - poultry, dairy, meat & pygmy goats, sheep, dairy cattle, and beef.

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RRT Guild to host annual party

RRT Guild to host annual party

The Ross Ragland Theater Guild are those men and women you see taking tickets, handing out playbills, ushering and running concessions (plus many behind the scenes functions you may not even know about!). They’re always dressed in black and white and a smile. Their hundreds of volunteer hours are literally what keep the RRT running smoothly and they are currently seeking members!

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New outdoor art sculpture ‘flows’ at KCC

New outdoor art sculpture ‘flows’ at KCC

The installation, titled “The Flow of Education,” is located in front of the Work Skills Technology Center and is designed to function as an irrigation system that waters the land below it. The sculpture stands more than 20 feet tall and consists of seven pipes topped by shallow bowl-like dishes.

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Running Y to host Kids Cooking Class

Running Y to host Kids Cooking Class

Kids and their parents can learn to make ravioli from a professional chef at Running Y Ranch Resort’s first ever Kids Cooking Class on July 27th, 2019. Following the success of their winter Cooking Demonstrations, Running Y Ranch Resort has decided to get local children involved in cooking by holding a summer Kids Cooking Class.

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Linkville Cemetery tour offered July 21

Linkville Cemetery tour offered July 21

A walking tour of Linkville Cemetery will be offered at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 21, by the Klamath County Historical Society. Society members will discuss about a dozen early-day residents of Klamath County who are buried in the cemetery.

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Rocky Point Fire to hold 38th Annual BBQ Saturday

Rocky Point Fire to hold 38th Annual BBQ Saturday

Rocky Point Fire and EMS Department invites everyone to attend their 38th annual BBQ, flea market, bake sale, and auction, scheduled for Saturday, July 20th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The event takes place at the Rocky Point fire hall on Rocky Point Road, just north of Highway 140 West between Klamath Falls and Medford.

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'The Addams Family' opens August 2

'The Addams Family' opens August 2

Friday, August 2nd, the Ross Ragland Theater will pull open the curtain on the summer community production, as 23-local actors bring The Addams Family to life on the iconic RRT stage. The all Basin cast has been rehearsing for weeks, while the crew has been busy building and lighting the set, all in preparation for opening night.

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