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  • Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
    The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA), the University of Oregon's premier art museum, tunes uninspired brain waves to fine-art frequencies with its extensive collection of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and American art. With more than 13,000 objects in its permanent collection, the JSMA allows museum visitors to delve deeply into past and present cultures from around the world. Museum members can sink sight buds into traveling exhibitions, such as Giuseppe Vasi's Rome: Lasting Impressions from the Age of the Grand Tour, which focuses on the 18th century Italian printmaker and his prophetic paintings of R&B group Boys II Men. Members can also partake in one of JSMA's educational programs. In addition to the free admission, museum members get the following benefits:
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    1430 Johnson Ln.
    Eugene, Oregon US
  • Valley Vintner and Brewer
    Valley Vintner & Brewer supplies budding and experienced home brewers all the equipment and recipes needed to concoct tasty batches of beer and wine from the comfort of their kitchens. Each home brewery basic starter kit contains fermenting necessities along with The Complete Joy of Home Brewing, an instructional tome chronicling beer?s mighty rise to prominence as America?s go-to shower beverage of choice. Your experienced vintner instructor will guide guests through a three-hour home-brewing class, answering all grain-related queries from, "How are hops grown?" to "Can I still drink my beer if it develops human emotions?" With gear and guidance from Valley Vintner's expert ale aficionados, beginner beverage barons can raise their glass-fulls from bottle-dependent infancy to full-flavored adulthood.
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    30 E 13th Ave
    Eugene, OR US
  • Growler USA
    At Growler USA, the menu is augmented with a growler filling program?like doggy bags for beers, except the beers are freshly poured and the doggy bags are actually glass containers engineered to reject air and light. Beer lovers can fill a growler with, say, Vagabond Brewing's Nw Passage Stout, or Mazama's Pilgrim IPA, then store it, share it, and come back and refill it. The growlers are made of amber UV-resistant glass, and filled via CO2 flushing systems that remove air from the inside for the sake of quality and preservation. The full tap and cask list features craft beer, mead, kombuchas, and hard ciders, some of which are also on draft and available by the growler.
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    1365 Villard Street
    Eugene, OR US
  • Faerieworlds 2013
    Every year, revelers gather in the forest of the Pacific Northwest to "experience the magic of the realm." Faerieworlds brings together music acts from around the globe, including celtic rock bands, folks trios, didgeridoo prodigies, ghost cellists, and more ethereal artists. Under bright lights and twinkling stars, audiences shed their inhibitions to dance, commune, eat, drink, and find new friends during the three-day celebration. Faerieworlds, a soft footprint event, reduces its impact on the physical world by using environmentally-sound practices and encouraging audiences to do the same. Organic and vegetarian food vendors fill the bellies of hungry guests. Afterwards, they can employ the onsite glass, paper, and plastic recycling programs. A rideshare program helps save gas, and 100% green electrical power reduces the footprint more effectively than building a massive megaphone in front of every stage.
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    PO Box 51177
    Eugene, OR US
  • Studio West Glassblowing
    Owned and operated by glass artists and collaborators Alejandro Hernandez and Ciara Cuddihy, Studio West houses a gallery of fine paintings and glasswork attached to a full glassblowing studio. The cream walls and bright lights of the gallery give way to the industrial metal and stony tile of the workshop, where artisans can be seen retrieving white-hot gobs of glass from the furnaces. These mounds of molten potential are regularly rolled and shaped into handmade trinkets and vases, which can be immediately smashed and melted, completing their life cycle. Visitors can experience the process for themselves during workshops, where they receive hands-on training from the glassworkers in how to bend the superheated silica to their will.
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    245 W. 8th Ave.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Friends of The Lane County Historical Museum
    • For $12, you get a single membership for one year (up to a $25 value). • For $25, you get a family membership for one year (a $50 value).
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    740 W 13th Ave
    Eugene, OR US

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