62nd Annual Tulelake
Butte Valley Fair
2013 celebrates the 62nd annual Tulelake Butte Valley Fair, Sept. 5-8. Located at the Tulelake Fairgrounds, you won’t want to miss this down-home weekend celebrating the local farmer with this year’s theme “God Made a Farmer.” Beginning with a parade Saturday down the Main Street of Tulelake, Calif. (30 minutes south of Klamath Falls) and culminating at the fairgrounds. Come down for the carnival, exhibitions, contests and good old-fashioned fun with the family. For more information, visit www.tbvfair.com.
49th Annual Antique Show
The 49th annual AAUW Antique Show & Sale is Sept. 24 & 25. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Held at the Klamath County Fairgrounds, 25 dealers will be available from four Western states. Concessions are available both days. Admission is $4 per person with return privilege. Inquiries to Margaret Cheyne, show chair, (541) 545-6557.
Favell Museum Invitational
Art Show & Sale
Come to the Favell Museum Invitational Art Show & Sale to see representational art from 30 artists including painting, bronze sculpture, wood carving and more. Visitors will appreciate the works of acclaimed artists along with music, wine and cuisine. A variety of activities will round out the two-day invitational show. Art will remain on display and for sale through Oct. 26, 2013. For more information, visit www.FavellMuseum.org.
12 Ranch Wines Fall Open House
12 Ranch Wines will have its annual Fall Open House at the winery Sept. 28 & 29, noon to 5 p.m. They will be pouring new release wines (several will debut). Come see what’s new at the winery just 16 miles from Klamath Falls. For more information or directions, call or email 12 Ranch Wines at (541) 545-1204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
76th Annual Klamath Basin
Come celebrate the 76th annual Klamath Basin Potato Festival on Oct. 17-19 in Merrill. Grand Marshals Bill and Willena Moore preside over the festivities as the celebration kicks off Thursday night with the Queen’s Banquet. Friday, vendors will be ready for business and exhibits are open. Lost River High football will be played in the evening. Saturday, the parade starts at 11 a.m. followed by a free BBQ. Pop Warner football will be played all day. There will be live music, food, and a beer garden. For more information, contact Greg Matthews at (541) 891-3178.
Snowflake Festival Events
Nov. 30-Dec. 15
Bring your family and friends to the 2013 Snowflake Festival Celebrating All Things Snow. Each year Klamath Falls goes all-out with a variety of events and activities for everyone courtesy of our local businesses to welcome the holiday season. The 2013 theme is “Santa’s Wonderland.” Take a look at the world from Santa’s perspective as he makes deliveries to all the little girls and boys. Make plans to see Klamath County from your own perspective Nov. 30-Dec. 15, 2013. For more information, call (541) 882-1501.
Bull Mania 2013
Ring in the New Year with cowboys, and some of the best bull and bronc riding in the Pacific Northwest. Riders from seven Western states gather at the Hancock Center in Klamath Falls to celebrate the roughest toughest pre-New Year’s Eve party you will have the pleasure to witness. Once the rodeo action is over the party really gets started with a balloon drop at midnight along with live country music, food and beverages. Call (541) 883-3796 for more information.