by Isabelle Maggard
EUGENE, OREGON — Check out these fun events happening this weekend in Lane County!
THURSDAY-SATURDAY – Time Travelers Summer Kick Off
Time Travelers Antique Mall invites you to kick off summer with them this Thursday – Saturday, 11 AM – 6 PM. Bring a friend and browse vintage, mid-century, and retro items and support local business by shopping for clothing, collectibles, furniture, home decor, and more! On Saturday vendors will be outside of the mall for an outdoor sale.
THURSDAY – Tarot Thursday @ Old Nick’s Pub
This Thursday, June 8th, join renowned local Tarot specialist Christine Riddle as she leads a free discussion on Tarot. This discussion is at Old Nick’s Pub with no entry fee. Food, drinks, and joyous moments can be found during this free community event.
FRIDAY – Glamazons @ Cowfish – June Pride Edition!
The Glamazons cast is celebrating National Pride Month at Cowfish this Friday, June 9th. Start your weekend off with a bang while being entertained by Diva, Daphne, Karress, and Nicole. This event has an $8 cover, and showtimes are at 9 PM and 11:30 PM.
SATURDAY – Native Plant Tour
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is hosting a Native Plant Tour celebrating the transition from Spring to Summer. This walk and talk is happening in and around the museum’s Glenn Starlin Native Plant Courtyard, where over 40 species offer a rich array of plant life that for a millennia have supported thriving indigenous cultures. Space for this event is limited, where first come; first served, is honored.
SUNDAY – Pollinator Protectors Workshop
A free pollinator protector workshop is happening this Sunday, June 11th, at Moutain Rose Herbs Annex. Learn about native bees and how to protect our pollinators this summer. DIY projects taught in this workshop include a bee house, bee watering station, and more!
Isabelle Maggard is a Marketing Agent at Highlite. She currently is studying digital marketing at Lane Community College. Isabelle focuses on social media engagement and outreach for account growth. She also contributes a weekly article focusing on upcoming weekend events in Eugene.