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