Winter Gun Show 2018

December 02, 2018 9:00am–5:00pm

The annual winter show for the outdoor enthusiast! Be sure to come see what kids activities will be there! Family friendly environment!

More information at jssagunshow@gmail.com or by calling 541-887-0064 or by visiting the website at www.jssainfo.org

ART: Holiday Showcase

December 02, 2018 12:00pm–4:00pm

“ ‘Tis the Season…”

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus and you will probably see him hanging out at the Klamath Art Gallery for its annual Holiday Showcase from Sunday, November 4th through Sunday, December 16th. Browse and shop in a relaxed environment far from the madding crowds. Come early and return often to take advantage of a wide variety of creative and affordable gifts replenished regularly by our many artisans. You are sure to find unique Christmas ornaments, hand woven scarves and hats as well as jewelry, greeting cards and much, much more. Be sure to feast your eyes on the many paintings and photographs that will grace our walls – and perhaps yours!

Everyone is cordially invited to attend the reception on opening day, Sunday, November 4th from 12:00 to 4:00. Come savor tasty holiday treats and meet several of the artists. In addition, a prize drawing will be held every hour for a handcrafted item made and donated by members. On Sunday, December 2nd, from 12:00 to 4:00 pm, the Gallery will host an Open House where you will have yet another opportunity to enjoy refreshments, more prize drawings and shopping.

Mark your calendar and get the word out. Let the Klamath Art Gallery Holiday Showcase launch you into the spirit of the season! Your support will help keep our legacy alive as being of one of the oldest organizations of its kind in Oregon since 1946. We’ll see you there!




The Klamath Art Gallery is located in historic Maple Park at 120 Riverside Drive, at the South end of the Link River "birding trail." The hours of operation are Wednesdays through Sundays, noon to 4 PM. The gallery will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays. According to the Klamath Art Association bylaws our purpose is "to stimulate and encourage the practice, study, and appreciation of the arts, in the public interest." For additional information about the historic Klamath Art Association and Gallery phone 541-883-1833 during business hours. Admission is always FREE!

Drop-in Curling

December 02, 2018 12:45pm–2:15pm

Curling is fun and you don't need to be a skater to curl! Curlers need to be at least five years of age and admission is $10 per person. We can accommodate up to 32 curlers per session - dress warmly, wear your favorite clean shoes with good traction, and get ready to rock it! We will provide the equipment and the instruction. The US Men’s team won the 2018 Olympic gold medal…you have to start somewhere and there isn’t a better somewhere than the Bill Collier Community Ice Arena!

P.S. Ask us about our winter curling league!

P.S. We teach skating lessons AND we sell gift cards!

FAQs

What can I bring into the ice arena?

Our ice arena is a tobacco, drug, and alcohol free venue. Outside food and beverage items are discouraged. We have lots of delicious beverages and snacks for purchase.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions? Check out our website www.klamathicesports.org OR email us at funontheice@klamathicesports.org OR call us at (541) 850-5758.

What's the refund policy?

All tickets are completely non-refundable.

Klamath Chorale: Through the Eyes of a Child

December 02, 2018 2:00pm–4:00pm

The Basin’s best voices, led by the multi-talented Robin Schwartz, return to present melodies, harmonies and lyrical renditions of classical holiday carols, festive Jazz and tunes of Christmas past. Klamath Chorale, the oldest and largest volunteer choir in the Basin includes in their shows large scale choral works in unique arrangements, along with solos, duets and small ensembles.

Tickets: $15 (Additional fees will be applied at checkout)

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The Ross Ragland Theater will present the Klamath Chorale’s annual holiday choral concert, THROUGH THE EYES OF A CHILD, on Sunday, December 2nd, at 2:00 p.m. The 90-voice community choir is directed by Robin Schwartz and accompanied by Slippery Bill Eaton.

The all-volunteer singing group will perform songs that celebrate the joy of the holiday season, with an emphasis on songs that appeal to children of all ages, including large scale choral works in unique arrangements along with solos, duets and small ensembles.

Reserved tickets are priced at $15 for adults, plus transaction fees, with discounts available for students, seniors and members of the military. Reserved tickets are available in advance at the Ross Ragland Theater box office during regular business hours, online at www.rrtheater.org or by calling 541-844-LIVE. Tickets will also be sold at the door beginning at 12:00 noon on the day of the concert.

Weekly rehearsals for the choral group’s annual holiday concert began in mid-September and twice-weekly rehearsals are held for several weeks leading up to the concert.

“Christmastime is an exciting time of year, especially for children,” notes Robin Schwartz, who has directed the Chorale since 2009, “and the Chorale truly enjoys performing music that celebrates the holidays.”

“This year’s concert is specifically designed for children with a theme that is the same as that of the city’s Annual Snowflake Festival, of which the Chorale is a part.”

The program for THROUGH THE EYES OF A CHILD will include a wide range of seasonal music, including well-known songs in special arrangements, such as “O Come, Little Children”, “The Little Drummer Boy”, “Santa’s On His Way” medley, “Tell Us ‘Bout

A Baby”, “The First Noel”, “What Child Is This?”. “Deck The Hall”, “Silent Night” and, of course, “Jingle Bells”, among many others.

In addition, the program will include an original song written by Slippery Bill Eaton, the accompanist, entitled “Through The Eyes Of A Child” along with several special songs. “It’s The Holiday Season” and “There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays” are also on the program.

Several of the musical selections will also feature instrumental solos or special guest appearances and the concert will include various solos, duets and ensembles.



The Klamath Chorale was formed in 1979 as the Klamath Symphonic Choir and has performed one or two concerts each year ever since. It is the largest all-volunteer choir in the Klamath Basin, having grown from 40 members to over 90 members in recent years, and is made up of people who love to sing choral music. Seasonal dues help defray the cost of purchasing music and presenting concerts.

Robin Schwartz has directed the Klamath Chorale since 2009. He is, himself, a well-known performer and popular vocal soloist and is an instructor and choir director at O.I.T. He is also the director of music for BBC Ministries.

The long-time accompanist for the Chorale, Slippery Bill Eaton, is also well-known locally as a director of musical theatre and for a wide variety of special musical events. He has directed and been musically involved in productions at both the Ross Ragland Theater and at the Linkville Playhouse and at many other venues in and around the Klamath Basin.

Family Skate

December 02, 2018 3:00pm–5:00pm

Family Skate = Family FUN!

IF you skate as a family unit (parent-child) enjoy reduced admission prices of $5 for ages 6+ and $4 for ages 5 and under. Non-families are welcome at this session, however you will pay the regular Open Skate and Skate Rental prices. NO complimentary passes are allowed for this session. Helmets are recommended for all ages – bring your own or rent one of ours for $3.

P.S. We teach skating lessons AND we sell gift cards!

FAQs

What can I bring into the ice arena?

Our ice arena is a tobacco, drug, and alcohol free venue. Outside food and beverage items are discouraged. We have lots of delicious beverages and snacks for purchase.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions? Check out our website www.klamathicesports.org OR email us at funontheice@klamathicesports.org OR call us at (541) 850-5758.

What's the refund policy?

All tickets are completely non-refundable.

Family Broomball

December 02, 2018 5:30pm–6:30pm

Ages 8+ $5 per person. Fun on the ice without skates! Broomball is played on ‘rough’ ice that hasn’t been resurfaced – it is like soccer on the ice! Helmets, brooms, balls included for up to 40 total guests. Clean tennis shoes with good traction and winter gloves required. Must have signed liability waiver on file at Skate Shack.

P.S. We teach skating lessons AND we sell gift cards!

FAQs

What can I bring into the ice arena?

Our ice arena is a tobacco, drug, and alcohol free venue. Outside food and beverage items are discouraged. We have lots of delicious beverages and snacks for purchase.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions? Check out our website www.klamathicesports.org OR email us at funontheice@klamathicesports.org OR call us at (541) 850-5758.

What's the refund policy?

All tickets are completely non-refundable.