The Baldwin Hotel and Fort Klamath museums will open for the summer season on Saturday, May 25. Living history demonstrations will be presented Saturday and Sunday at the Fort Klamath Museum, 51400 Highway 62, on the way to Crater Lake National Park. Civil War re-enactors, pioneer women and horse owners will be on the grounds. Gates open at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free admission!Read More
“When Timber Was King,” is the title of a program to be presented Thursday, May 23, at the Klamath County Museum. The program is cosponsored by Shaw Historical Library and the Klamath County Historical Society. It begins at 7 p.m. in the Museum’s back meeting room, 1451 Main St. Admission is free.Read More
The Spring Carnival returns to Klamath Falls Thursday, May 30 through Sunday, June 2 at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. For 4-days only, Davis Shows Northwest, will offer your favorite rides for your enjoyment. The Orbiter, Zipper, Vertigo, Zendar, Starship 2000, Sizzler, Spider, and the Merry-go-round are just a few of the rides planned to be at the Spring Carnival.Read More
Avelina Alfaro’s face lights up as she tells the audience about plans for her sweet 16 birthday party – drinks in champagne glasses, 50 of her closest friends, a DJ.
Her parents, however, had other ideas.Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. - Mazama High School’s symphonic band played its way into the 4A OSAA Band State Championships – and then took top honors last week, placing second overall in the state in a competitive field.Read More
Bonanza Schools students on Monday got a private concert and a chance to meet and talk with 1997 Bonanza graduate and Grammy-nominated recording artist Ryan Stevenson.
Stevenson also gave a free concert for the community Monday night Bonanza Community Church. At Bonanza School, he performed several songs, including one he wrote about growing up in Bonanza -- “Single-Wide Dreamin’ ” from his album “No Matter What.”Read More
Klamath Falls, OR – On Wednesday morning, the Klamath County Commissioners unanimously approved a tourism grant application submitted by the Klamath County Economic Development Association (KCEDA) in the amount of $20,000. These grant funds would contribute to fulfilling budgetary needs for a “Klamath Oktoberfest” event that KCEDA is creating and managing, helping the organization ensure effective marketing and operational success for what is being described as a large, family-friendly event that brings together regional vendors, brewers, entertainment, and outdoor recreation activities.Read More
A new exhibit featuring works by two local artists opens Saturday, April 27, in the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery. The exhibit features paintings by Donna Woolery of Dairy and drawings by Jim Weaver of Klamath Falls.
An opening reception for the exhibition runs from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday in the museum at 1451 Main St. The exhibit will run through June.Read More
The Klamath Basin will be treated to burgeoning young artists performing on the Ragland stage! The “Young Musicians of Excellence” will feature a multitude of vocal and instrumental talent. These high school musicians are considered the best of the best in their chosen field by professional judges and competitions.Read More
Klamath Falls, OR - The Ross Ragland Theater is pleased to announce auditions to the 2019 Summer Production, The Addams Family – A New Musical, on Monday, May 13 and Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Callbacks will be Wednesday, May 15, as needed. Actors aged sixteen and up are invited to arrive at the Ross Ragland at 5:45 PM each night, prepared to sing, read, and dance.Read More
Nine of Klamath’s most accomplished young women will compete for thousands of dollars in scholarships and prizes in the upcoming 44th annual Miss Klamath County-Miss City of Sunshine Scholarship Pageant.
The pageant, with “Swing Time” theme, will be held at 6:00 PM at the Mills Auditorium on Saturday, April 13, 2019 Featured special guests will include 2018 Miss Klamath County Nicole Carter and Miss Klamath County Princess Rylee Hollingsworth and the 2019 Sister Act Princesses.Read More
The Ross Ragland Theater stage will be transformed into a dance floor when the Utah Ballroom Dance Company comes to the Basin to perform with Klamath Falls’ celebrities in a night of glitz and ballroom magic!Read More
Come one, come all to the annual Mr. Pelican Volleyball Tournament and help raise money for those in need.
The games start at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 at Pel Court, 1300 Monclaire St. Klamath Union High School’s Mr. Pelican Pageant contestants will face off against volleyball teams from Kingsley Field, the Klamath Falls City Police Department and Henley High School.Read More
The Ross Ragland Theater was jazzed to host Ms. Heidi Burson Saturday evening, March 16th. Ms. Burson’s presence filled the theater.
“She embodies talent, energy and professionalism” said Interim Executive Director, Theresa Silver. “Her voice was absolutely captivating.”Read More
Peeps – yes, the colorful marshmallow candy – are coming to life at Mazama High School.
Some are sporting colorful hats, others are dressed in tuxes. They drive cars and wear togas. Some are fish. Between them, they represent more than 20 countries from around the world.Read More
The Ross Ragland Theater celebrated the 15th Annual Red Tie Romp fundraiser on February 23. This Red Tie Romp is focused on raising money for the Youth Education Program and Community Outreach initiatives organized by the theater.Read More
The Klamath County Fair Board is pleased to announce its music line-up for the 2019 Klamath County Fair. Three headliners will take the stage inside the Klamath County Event Center Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night of the fair.Read More