Bruce Ellis is back after a relaxing weekend and he’s ready to bring listeners the latest information about upcoming activities and events in Brookings-Harbor, Curry County, and beyond.

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Bruce begins with his regular weekly update on the local entertainment and music scene. The Summer Concerts in the Park series continues through the month of July, and tickets are now on sale for the Wild Rivers Music Festival, which takes place at Azalea Park on August 19.

Are you ready for some outdoor summer fun? Marksmen and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages are invited to the Jed Smith Mountain Men Tall Trees Rendezvous in Smith River. Starting June 30 and running through July 6, this week-long event features shooting and tomahawk throwing competitions, family fun, and a raffle for participants. On July 8, the Gasquet American Legion will host the 48th Annual Gasquet Raft Race, where teams can race down a two-and-a-half mile rafting course on the Smith River.

For indoor entertainment, the Wild Rivers Conservatory of Dance presents the youth ballet The Velveteen Rabbit, which will run June 29 through July 2. On July 1, the Ellensberg Theater in Gold Beach is hosting a benefit concert, featuring the vocal and instrumental talents of local musicians.

Other upcoming events include a live DJ at the 101 Bar and Grill on June 28, a Burning Guitars performance at the Vista Pub on July 14, a live comedy night with Larry Omaha at the Elk Valley Casino on July 15 … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Producers: Justin Only and Rose Weiss; Recording Tech: Justin Only; Sound Editor: Justin Only; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


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 Background music is Brazilian Carnival, Latin Sky, Strong at Heart, Latin Moonlight, Island Fun, Meet me in the Pale Moonlight, Show Me Your Heart, and Brazilian Seashore, licensed from audioblocks.com.
End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.