The Shelton McMurphey Johnson House has been a landmark in Eugene for more than a century. Although many changes have been made over the years, the house – with its carved and turned exterior woodwork, polygonal tower, ornate open porches, and large bay windows – remains Eugene’s most elaborate exam
Gathering around a table with friends is one of life’s true joy - Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar take pleasure in being a part of these moments. This Facility includes seasonal menu features nightly specials, local produce, seafood and meats, handmade pastas, wood-fired pizza and house mad Italian desser
7,000 sq. ft Temple and office facility has rooms available for rental for events and meetings on an occasional basis.
Typical rentals events have included spiritual events, corporate retreats, self-help meetings, yoga classes, weddings and funerals.
The NiNES is an indoor/outdoor, private event space ideal for anniversaries, birthdays, reunions, and more! Features of The NiNES Event Center include The Ridge Room, surrounding balcony, adjacent patio, and putting green. Capacity is limited by only your imagination, and the parking lot fits up to
Nestled in the Southern Willamette Valley, Sweet Cheeks winery has made a mark with award-winning wines, friendly wine servers and a beautiful view from the patio.
Sweet Cheeks Winery hosts exciting and illustrious events year round! Reserve our renowned location for your special day.
The Center for Meeting and Learning provides our community with the facility, staffing and equipment to hold conferences, workshops, seminars, banquets, and other events that are affordable and support the college's vision and mission to provide quality and lifelong education. The Center has two lo
Valley River Inn, a resort-style hotel, is located on the banks of the Willamette River, just five minutes from downtown Eugene, the Eugene Airport, the Convention and Exposition Center and the University of Oregon. Tax-free shopping at Valley River Center and miles of scenic bike paths are just out
The mission of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is to provide and protect outstanding natural, scenic, cultural, historic and recreational sites for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.
Oregon is home to hundreds of state parks, more than 50 with campgrounds. T