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Thursday, June 10th, 2021

Alice Dimiceles Otter at Dunn Ranch Cent


Kids Arts and Crafts at the Ranch

2-4 pm

This Thursday is for the kids! We’ve partnered with Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District and Southern Oregon Land Conservancy to host stations for wild crafting, nature journaling, found art, and storytelling. These will inspire learners of all ages and bring focus to the resources around us. 


Alice DiMicele's Otter Band

5-7 pm

Alice DiMicele is a singer/songwriter and touring performer who has been captivating audiences for over 30 years with her powerful vocals, rhythmic guitar work, and warm performance style. In 2013 she released a kids album that quickly became a favorite of many children and parents alike. “If I Were An Otter: Songs for Kids of Ages” won a Parents Choice Award. Alice has visited many schools while on tour and enjoys playing for children. In this special performance she will perform songs from that album and other kid-focused material with the Otter Band featuring Rob Kohler on bass and Crystal Reeves on fiddle and mandolin. This is a rare opportunity to share in this family focused performance.

The Robbie Dacosta Trio

8-10 pm

The Ashland guitarist Robbie Dacosta and his stellar band mates as well, Tom Stamper (drums) and Jeff Addicott (bass), have taken their place among the regions most promiet musicians.


Word on the Street 

4-9 pm

Word on the street Is a local food revolution that is driven to find people that believe in the same things they do. Check

them out on Facebook to learn more. 

Drinks & Treats: 

Dunn Ranch Farmstand 

We'll be mixing handcrafted cocktails featuring local ingredients, as well as serving beer and wine. Additionally, we'll have many non-alcoholic options and fruit popsicles. 

Getting Here:

We are located at the south end of Ashland on Hwy 66 towards Emigrant Lake. Here's our address: 4224 OR-66, Ashland, OR 97520. We have ample parking at the Ranch but encourage you to carpool or ride here. If you have any questions, please reach out to: 

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