February 11, 2017
For the 1st time ever, the Klamath County Fairgrounds will Explode with Ground Pounding Monster Trucks flying 30 feet in the air. Plus Tuff Trucks and Quad Racers for you Locals. All Advance Tickets receive a Free Pit Party Pass ($10 Value) It will be Honored at the Gate
Gates open at Noon for the 2PM and 6PM for the 7:30 PM Show Adult-GA (Includes Free $10 Pit Party Pass) - $17.00 Child - GA (Includes Free $10 Pit Party Pass) - $10.00 Special $10 Bucks (Limited Amount) - $10.00
February 11, 2017 10:00am–2:00pm
A living history program at the Klamath County Museum on Saturday, Feb. 11, will showcase lifestyles from 150 years ago in America. Re-enactors at 1860s Days will provide a variety of demonstrations such as Army life, wool spinning and blacksmithing. The event that runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the museum, 1451 Main St. The museum will waive admission fees for the day. Donations will be welcome. Members of the Klamath Spinners and Weavers and the Cascade Civil War Society will stage the event in period dress. “We host 1860s Days because that decade was so important in the history of the Klamath Basin,” said museum manager Todd Kepple. “Fort Klamath was established in the 1860s, and white settlers began moving into the area shortly after that.” Members of the Weavers Guild will show how yarn is made from wool, and how the yarn was woven into a variety of fabrics.The Cascade Civil War Society will display antique and replica firearms, and will conduct a shooting demonstration at various times through the day.
For more information contact the museum at (541) 882-1000.
February 11, 2017 5:00pm–8:00pm
Join us for a Valentine's Day dinner and dancing with your sweetheart! You will have your choice of Tri-Tip or Chicken Cordon Bleu for dinner while you are serenaded by live music. The cost is $20 dollar per person and includes a free 5x7 photo of you and your valentine. Call the Two Rivers Art Gallery to book your spot!