The Eastern Oregon Beer Festival (EOBF), hosted by La Grande Main Street Downtown, is held annually in the summer at the Union County Fairgrounds in La Grande, OR. Proceeds from this event will go towards community and business development,
Eastern Oregon Film Festival is gearing up for their TWELFTH year! The event will take place here in beautiful downtown La Grande October 21-23rd, 2021.
This cultural destination event has worked hard over the years to bring excellent Independent Cinema and Artists to The Grande Ronde Valley.
The public is invited to attend the opening reception of “Strange Days” on Friday, July 9 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The exhibit, featuring artist Bob Dodson, will remain on display until September 4,
Word on the street is that the Brickyard Lanes is planning on opening soon. With many hick-ups in the past couple years, from delays with contractors to COVID, the newly remodeled 14,000 square foot,
I’m sure you have noticed a bit of construction at the Texaco Station on Adams Ave the past couple of months. The old station is getting a remodel with the help from the La Grande Urban Renewal Agency.
Eastern Oregon Film Festival is very excited to welcome the selected attendees for the first annual Eastern Oregon Filmmaker Residency Program! This year’s cohort will be hosted at The Lodge at Hot Lake Springs for the duration of their stay as they focus on writing screenplays that are informed by their time in our region.
This isn’t Justin Montgomery’s first show, however it is his first show here in Eastern Oregon. The La Grande based artist says that he paints with an eye for the potential to exhibit his work,
The La Grande Arts Commission is seeking proposals for a sculpture to be sited outside La Grande’s Cook Memorial Library. The La Grande Arts Commission is excited to be giving a new opportunity to local and regional artists to create an enduring piece that reflects the theme “Honoring the Past;
Seattle has the Space Needle, New York City has The Statue of Liberty, the German town of Flensburg has the world’s biggest hot dog, Bermuda has the triangle, and La Grande has Mount Emily. » Read more about: Trip Out: MERA (Mount Emily Recreation Area) »
La Grande’s own nationally acclaimed film festival will be delivering its annual program, October 22-24, using a digital streaming platform. The Official Selections were recently released, with a Sneak Peek Event scheduled for September 16 –
The alleyway in between Adam’s Avenue and Washington Avenue on the West side of Depot Street is home to an eye-catching landscape mural painted by an Eastern Oregon University Student in the 70’s / 80’s.
The hottest art gallery in town.
When looking for artists in La Grande one does not have to inquire many times before hearing of Kevin Boylan and his glass studio,
Production photo from HQ’s Three Song Set series.