SOHS60'sadFar Out! Southern Oregon in the 1960s!

Mark your calendars! You won’t want to miss Southern Oregon Historical Society’s new exhibit, “Far Out! Southern Oregon in the 1960s,” beginning March 29 and ending April 27. Take a look back at life as it was in the ‘60s. Do you remember JFK and Camelot, the Beatles and the British Invasion, Mini-Skirts and Bell-Bottoms, Woodstock and Hippies? Talk about a generation gap! Culture change in the ‘60s was hard and fast. Music, fashion, and politics evolved with unprecedented speed. Relive those years for a limited time at the historic Woolworth Building in downtown Medford. For more information, contact the Southern Oregon Historical Society, 541-773-6536. “Far Out! Southern Oregon in the 1960s” will be open 6 days a week: Tuesday, 9am-4pm; Wednesday, 9am-8pm; Thursday, 9am-4pm; Friday, 9am-4pm; Saturday, 10am-4pm; and Sunday, 12pm-4pm. March 29-April 17. Woolworth Building, corner of 6th Street & Central Avenue, Medford. Admission: Adults/$5; Children 5-12 years old/$3; Children 4 and under/FREE. SOHS Members/FREE.

Posted March 20, 2014