Friday, September 24, 2010

Southern Oregon's Glass Harvest Festival

The talented folks at Gathering Glass Studios in Ashland, Oregon in conjunction with Mobility Unlimited are introducing a "first annual" event entitled The 2010 Glass Harvest Festival. The October 9th and 10th event will be located in Gathering Glass Studios at 322 N Pioneer St in Ashland.

The Festival promises southern Oregon browsers an endless amount of "October eye candy" in the form of vibrant glass pumpkins, gourds, and leaves. The Studio is encouraging glass artists from all over the Northwest to showcase their unique works of art during the October event.

Organizers invite shoppers to come stroll through the glass harvest "fields" and gather your own fall bounty of glass. The Gathering Glass owners/artists will also be on hand doing demonstrations, custom designs and allowing you to become involved in the creative process of glass blowing.

Mark your calendars and make a stop at the Glass Harvest Festival your new annual holiday tradition.

About the Author: Joy Henkle owns and operates White Water Warehouse (WWW) with her husband, Bob Meister. Ever-interested in making their Oregon Rogue River rafting, kayaking, and hiking trips part of a very special Oregon vacation experience for their guests, Joy writes this blog to educate and inform WWW guests and readers about southern Oregon’s fascinating people, places, foods, and festivals. Questions? Joy can be reached at 1-800-214-0579 or fun@whitewaterwarehouse.com Or visit Whitewater Warehouse's FaceBook page.

2 comments:

  1. Great photo! I don't imagine these little treasures will be decorating the canyons in October!

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  2. Thank you so much this posting. This event was a great success. Thank you for spreading the word. We greatly appreciate it.
    Best,
    Bethany Brown
    Executive Director, Mobility Unlimited
    Mobility Unlimited is dedicated to helping working adults obtain the mobility equipment required to live independently and maintain employment.

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