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Alger Community Theatre

Built in 1940, the Alger was definitely old-style, with a 40-foot tall ceiling, art-deco architecture, and balcony. Years ago, a stage displaced several rows of seats, but the 3,000 square-foot theater still seats 344. Available as an entertainment venue for private or public events such as movies, plays, performances, concerts, fundraisers, community forums, lectures, and workshops. 

Lakeview’s only theater is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and features one movie per week. 

Contact Information

Show House Theater
24 South F St
Lakeview, OR. 97630
(541) 947-2023

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Ultimate Guide to Gravel Rides in Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon cyclists are gravitating to gravel, and no wonder. Gravel riding — which is simply cycling on unpaved roads — offers scenic views, blissful solitude and a sense of adventure as you veer off the well-worn asphalt. Gravel riding doesn’t require the technical prowess of mountain biking, and many cyclists feel safer on less-trafficked roads that often comprise gravel routes in these rural counties. The region’s many group rides tend to be fun and inclusive, too. Read on for rides and races throughout Southern Oregon.

Giving Back in Southern Oregon

The dark skies of the Oregon Outback; picturesque wineries in the Applegate Valley; epic mountain biking through old-growth forests on Brown Mountain — there are myriad reasons to come to Southern Oregon. Did you know there are also plenty of ways to give back to the special places you love to visit and help ensure a strong future for these destinations?