Summer Youth Progs Cover 2016 4 WEBSummer 2016 Classes for Youth Ages 7-17

2016 Summer-at-a-glance

2016 Summer Brochure

List of Instructors for 2016 summer day camps and classes 

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Come to Southern Oregon University this summer for an unforgettable, hands-on, educational experience. We offer over 50 exciting classes and day camps. Join the mailing list for our Pre-College Youth Programs Summer Brochure by calling (541) 552-6452.

Summer Classes  


Sponsored by People's Bank                                                                        

An Artful Exchange: Artist Trading Cards

Artist Trading Cards are original miniature works of art that are traded like baseball cards. You’ll learn a new art technique or style every day! Using a variety of artistic mediums and embellishments to create a set of these one-of-a-kind pieces of art, you will build your ATC collection, trade cards with your fellow classmates and choose from a wide selection of ATCs made by professional artists to take home as well. 
Instructor: Sherri Beeler
Ages 8-12, August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Campbell C
Course No: 300093 Fee: $119

Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes Institute

It has been said that “A rustle in the wind reminds us a fairy is near.” Do you have a fascination with the mystical worlds inhabited by fairies, gnomes, sprites and other magical little folk? Let your imagination take flight as you design and draw fairy houses, enchanted gardens and gnome homes using markers, pencils and more. Explore classic fairy stories, learn about the mysteries surrounding them and then bring your designs to life as you create enchanting little homes where your fairies and magical creatures can live and play. Natural and reclaimed materials, glitter glue and more will be used to build houses, furniture, tiny flower fairies and magical creatures who will inhabit the places you create! Sponsored by The Fairyland Architects, LLC and the Gnome Home Builders Association
Instructors: Craig Honeycutt and Mary Wilkins-Kelly
Ages 8-12, July 25-29, 9:00-4:00
Location: MA 101
Course No: 300107 Fee $279

Hybrid Drawing Institute: Using Hand Drawn Art and Digital Media to Build Virtual Worlds

Bring all of your super art and design powers with you and learn how to draw the essential characters and worlds that inspire you. You’ll explore character shapes, sizes and styles as you create and conjure drawings on paper with a professional artist. Then using state-of-the art computers and digital tools, you’ll transform your storyline and characters into virtual reality using Adobe Flash, Photoshop and more. Guided by a digital animation instructor you will discover how understanding hand drawing techniques brings your virtual art into brilliant focus.
Directors: Craig Honeycutt and Ian Thirkell
Ages 9-13, August 15-19, M-F, 9:00-4:00 
Location:MA 101 and MA 002 Computer Lab
Course No: 300108 Fee: $279

I-Manga Nation: Cartooning Plus!

Get ready for cartoon mania as you learn how to use classic drawing techniques to create your own Manga cartoons. Experiment with storylines, characters and design elements as you draw your way into the wonderful fantasy world of Manga and Anime-style stories and cartoons that are uniquely your own. Explore techniques to draw hair, eyes, noses, mouths and facial expressions while you work with a master teacher who will guide you along the way. 
Instructor: Craig Honeycutt 
Ages 8-12, July 11-15, M-F, 1:00-4:00
Location: MA 101
Course No: 300094 Fee: $139

Kids in the Kitchen: Culinary Arts Institute

Join the ranks of young chefs exploding onto the culinary2015 Crepe Making Team Posing scene and work with a professional chef to create fabulous dishes every day. Along the way, you’ll get lots of hands on experience learning how to measure, mix, stir and use the tools of the culinary trade. The week will include a ‘meet the farmers’ visit to the Ashland Farmers Market and a tour of the garden at The Farm at SOU where you’ll learn how some of your recipe ingredients are grown..
Instructor: Marilyn D. Moore
Ages 7-10, August 1-5, M-F 9:00-4:00
Location: The Farm at SOU
Course No: 300089 Fee: $279 

Off the Eaten Path: Culinary Arts Institute

The keys to the kitchen are yours in this hands-on culinary adventure. Guided by a professional chef you will unlock the flavors of the world in the daily dishes that you create. Hone your skills as you learn knife techniques and how to use of a variety of kitchen tools and equipment to help develop your cooking style. A trip to the Ashland Farmer’s Market to ‘meet the farmers’ and find out how their food is grown will be a special highlight of this wonderful week in the kitchen!
Director: Marilyn Moore 
Ages 11-14 August 15-19, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: The Farm at SOU 
Course No: 300090 Fee: $279

Passion for Fashion: Costume and Fashion Illustration

Experiment with shape, line and texture as you explore the world of fashion design using pens, pencils, markers, charcoal and more. You may want to create costumes for the next musical tour by Lady Gaga or Adele, or design fashions for the First Lady’s state dinner gowns. Perhaps you’ll design an entire wardrobe used by the British Royal Duchess when traveling overseas! Whether you are interested in the latest haute couture or your own independent designer label fashions, this will be a blast of a class. The instructor will guide you in learning fashion illustration techniques, including shading, color palette and apparel detail.
Instructor: Craig Honeycutt
Ages 9-13, July 18-22, M-F, 1:00-4:00 pm
Location: MA 101
Course No: 300048 Fee: $139

Faux Stained Glass Mixed Media Portfolio

Abandon all the "rules" and create wildly colored and patterned background pages using acrylic paint and a variety of mark-making tools. Then, draw on your imagination to create images on translucent vellum paper, and learn how to use colored pencils to create a stained-glass effect. You’ll bind your pages into a one-of-a-kind portfolio to showcase your stunning artwork.
Ages 8-12, July 11-15, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Campbell C
Course No: 300109 Fee: $119

Literature and Creative Writing

Sponsored by the Rogue Credit Union

'Twine': Interactive Storylines and Game Designs

Technology and writing interact in this exciting new class. You’ll explore Twine, a web based interactive technology for people interested in video games and creative writing. Using the amazing online visuals under the guidance of an expert instructor, you’ll discover this fresh new way to write and publish your work! Twine can be as simple or complex as you make it, either as a designer or writer.You can use easy concepts, or dig deeper to explore design software. Upgrade your text with fiction writing tools to build unique story outlines, characters and scenes from the reaches of your imagination!
Instructor: Holly Mee
Ages 11-14, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Britt 251
Course No: 360015 Fee: $119

Write On: FanFiction, Fantasy, Sci Fi and More!

Come explore the online platforms for publishing your own stories in this new class. Each day you will travel online to a multitude of sites that offer you the chance to create and publish anything from stories to chapter books. Whether you are a new writer or a fan of works like The Hunger Games or Harry Potter you will experiment with styles including fan fiction, science fiction, action adventure and more. Choose formats, fonts and cover designs that showcase your work and then share your publication with family and friends. 
Instructor: Lauran Rose
Ages 11-14, August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Britt 251
Course No: 360016 Fee: $119


Sponsored by Avista Utilities

Adventures in Photography and Digital Editing

Reach for the stars with your digital camera as you use your creative eye to capture images that you will be excited to share. You’ll learn how to use your camera to visually express the world around you as you explore the use of light, color, pattern and composition. Class time will include walks around the SOU campus. In the computer lab using hands on techniques you’ll experiment with digital editing techniques to enhance your amazing images.
Please note: All students need to bring a digital camera with fully charged batteries.
Instructor: Mary Wilkins-Kelly
Ages 9-13, July 11-15, M-F, 1:00-4:00
Location: Britt 251
Course No: 330051 Fee: $139


Explore the wide world of object and clay animation. Using colorful modeling clay, create fanciful creatures and cartoon-like characters with settings for your stories. You will be using "stop-action" animation and learn basic camera techniques and composition to record your character’s movements. Build on your camera and storytelling skills in this hands-on, fun-filled class and be able to share online access to your finished films with your family and friends.
Instructor: Samar Dawisha
Session I: Ages 9-13 July 25-29, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 9-13 August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Location: Campbell A
Course No. 330008 Fee: $149

Epic Tech Institute

Do you have a passion for gaming, computers, electronics, and new technology? Have you ever wanted to learn how to manipulate photos? Make animations? Tell an epic digital tale? Build a website?The Epic Tech Institute provides you with the opportunity to do all of the above and much, much more! Discover your digital potential using the latest and greatest computer technologies, state-of-the-art equipment and a staff of professionals with years of industry experience. Enjoy a flexible course that provides you with the creative freedom needed to create multiple projects and develop knowledge and skills that will last you a lifetime.
Director: Steve Roby
Ages 9-14, July 25-29, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: RVTV Computer Lab
Course No: 330041 Fee: $279

Introduction to Video Game Design

Explore the high-tech, fast moving world of video games and design concepts and learn how video game design can become a career path. From Atari's Pong to the Natal Projection XBOX 360 you will canvas the various genres and gaming platforms. Use game development tools like GameMaker to learn basic 2D game design elements from game flow and sprite creation to backgrounds and sound all wrapped into basic programming exercises.
Instructor: Michel Knowles
Session I: Ages 11-14, July 11-15, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 11-14, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Location: PC West Computer Lab
Course No: 330032 Fee: $139

Intermediate Video Game Design

Continue to explore the high-tech, fast moving world of video games, game design concepts and the possibility to turn your passion into a real life career in this class for intermediate game design students. You’ll work with a production team to experience the game design life cycle as you develop a fun and rewarding team project. Learn how to add polish and charm to your game through the use of GameMaker scripting language (GML) and you’ll be amazed at the results!
Note: This class is recommended for students with some prior game design experience or for those who have taken the introduction to Video Game Design class.
Instructor: Michel Knowles
Session I: Ages 11-14, July 25-29, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 11-14, August 1-5, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Location: PC West Computer Lab
Course No: 330052 Fee: $139 

Living Through the Lens: Self Portraits in Photography

Have you ever wanted to share your personal vision with the world? In this photography class you’ll use the art of self-portraits as you are challenged to be the subject of your camera’s lens. You’ll be inspired as you discover creative new ways to use photography to express your uniqueness and how you see yourself. Through exploratory photography walks you will gather images and then experiment with paints and mixed media techniques to create a self-discovery photo journal to keep. Please note: All students need to bring a digital camera with fully charged batteries.
Instructor: Mary Wilkins-Kelly
Ages 8-12, August 8-12, M-F, 1:00-4:00
Location: MA 101 and Britt 251
Course No: 330054 Fee: $139

Minecraft Madness

Explore Turtle Island! Wander and explore the two main floors of the Turtle Training Museum, interacting with NPC's while watching turtles navigate, dig and build. You’ll also learn to use the Turtle Remote Control to have your turtle navigate. Discover how to use the inventory tab of the turtle interface with a Beginner's Digging Turtle and finish off this exciting week as you employ all you have learned to complete the Puzzle and Challenges using only your turtle!
Instructor: Michel Knowles
Session I: Ages 11-14, August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 11-14, August 15-19, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Location: PC West Computer Lab
Course No: 330055 Fee: $139

Quiet on the Set and...Action!

Learn about all the elements of film making — scripts, props, 2015 Quiet on the Set 275costumes, directing, cameras, and more. You’ll create original scripts, and then shoot the movie “on location” on the SOU campus using digital video equipment. The last day will be movie day, so bring your family and enjoy some treats. 

Instructor: Jeff Rhoades
Session I: Ages 12-14, July 18-21, M-TH, 12:00-4:00
Session II: Ages 12-14, July 25-28, M-TH, 12:00-4:00
Location: Britt 251
Course No: 330035 Fee: $149 

There's an App for That: Computer Games and Apps Institute

Do you have a passion for gaming, computers, electronics, and new technology? Building on basic programming techniques you’ll ‘scratch’ the surface to learn about the construction of gaming programs in hands on activities. Game Maker software will take you to the next level as you experiment with creating gaming elements of your own. Mobile apps are the next step as you’ll dive into into the details of app construction with your instructor as your guide. You’ll create 1-2 apps each day as you discover your digital potential using the latest and greatest computer technologies and state-of-the-art equipment in this exciting class. Enjoy a flexible course that provides you with creative freedom, and showcase your own apps for the entire class on the final day.
Director: Christopher Rosetta
Ages 11-14, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: PC West
Course No: 330050 Fee: $279

We're Rolling!

Work as a production team to create your own short film using professional production techniques. You’ll brainstorm creative ideas, write your scripts, scout shooting locations and use props and costumes as you direct and then shoot your film using digital video equipment on the SOU campus.
Instructor: David Cosand
Session I: Ages 9-12, August 1-5, M-F, 1:00-4:00
Session II: Ages 9-12, August 8-12, M-F, 1:00-4:00
Location: Britt 251
Course No: 330048 Fee: $139


Sponsored by Avista Utilities

Any Body Can Dance Institute

If you love to move to music you’ll love this combination dance class! Discover dance as an art and a fun physical activity as you learn the basic techniques and choreography of Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop style dances. Working with a professional dancer, you’ll master the moves that are used to create each dance style and put them together to perform specific routines, rhythms and steps. Showcase your new moves at the final class in a live performance for family and friends! Note: All skill levels are welcome.
Director: Megan Duling
Session I: Ages 8-10, July 11-15, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Session II: Ages 11-13, August 1-5, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: Dancing People Dance Studio
Course No: 340045 Fee: $279

Conservatory for Young Theatre Artists, Camelot Theatre Company (CTC)

This exciting camp is designed to either introduce or expand the developing artist in the areas of improvisation, voice, acting, dance and Shakespeare. Working with professional artists, the day moves from classes to workshops to a performance of select material for an audience of family and friends.
Directors: Rebecca Campbell, Roy Rains and a team of instructors from the popular Camelot Theatre in Talent, Oregon. 
Ages 9–17, August 15-19, M–F, 9:00–4:00 
Location:SOU Music Building 
Course No: 340003 Fee: $279


Sponsored by People's Bank

Engarde! Fencing Fun

Safe inside a mask and jacket, you will be introduced to 2015 Fencing 9754 the exciting sport of fencing. Learn the skills of touching (scoring on) your partner, while avoiding being scored on, as well as learning the respect, ethics, and camaraderie involved in this classic sport. Note: All equipment supplied.
Instructor: Dylan Shelton
Ages 9-17, August 1-5, M-F, 10:00-12:00
Location: MUS 220
Course No: 370032 Fee $119 

Horsing Around at the Flying L Ranch

Calling all horse lovers! Learn to ride and care for horses this summer in classes that are based on CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) instruction. Each session includes mounted lessons, lectures on horsemanship theory and safety, horse related crafts and activities, as well as an introduction to the wholesome ranch life. Campers participate with pride in the routine hands on care and handling of horses and find out what it really means to own a horse. Note: At the start of each session, campers are evaluated, matching mounts and lesson plans to the ability of the individual.
Instructors: Owner, Leslie Hunter and the Flying L Ranch Staff
Session I: July 18-22, Ages 9-13, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Session II:  August 1-5, Ages 9-13, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Flying L Ranch
Course No: 370037 Fee $199
2015 Horsing Around 200H




Lean, Mean Bike Maintenance Machine

Experience the joy of riding a well-tuned bike in this exciting class. You’ll learn bicycle maintenance techniques, flat tire repair, drive-train maintenance, brake work and wheel trueing. Get your hands on the tools you need to get your bike in tip-top shape and decrease your dependency on cars as you increase the amount of time you spend riding in the great outdoors! Note: Students should bring their own bikes if possible. Otherwise, bikes will be provided for the duration of the class.
Instructor: Tyler Hawkins
July 11-15, Ages 11-14, 9:00-11:00
Location: SOU Outdoor Program Bike Shop
Course No:370048 Fee $129 (includes supplies fee)

Ready All, Row!

Come join this exciting rowing camp and learn about a sport that has been part of the Olympics since 1900. You’ll meet new friends and experience the excitement of rowing on the open water in daily sessions at Emigrant Lake. To begin, you’ll row on indoor rowing machines at the Ashland Rowing Club’s Boathouse and after learning basic terminology, water and boat safety and proper equipment handling you’ll move to the water and experience the joy of applying your technique as you swiftly move a rowing shell across the water in coordination with other campers.
Note: Campers are required to pass a swim/float test prior to joining the class. Personal flotation devices (life jackets) will be provided for each student.
Instructors: Rick Brown and Ashland Rowing Club Staff
Session I: Ages 9-13, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 9-13, August 1-5, M-F 9:00-12:00
Location: Ashland Rowing Club, Emigrant Lake, Ashland
Course No: 370049 Fee: $199

Rock the Wall!

Join us for a week of games and outdoor rock wall climbing at Emigrant Lake! You'll
learn the basics of knot tying, gear use and management and beginner climbing
technique with our knowledgeable instructors. No experience required. Channel
your inner monkey and climb your way into one of the greatest outdoor sports
Note: Equipment rental is included in the class fee.
Instructor: Kelly Sosa and Emily Miller
Session I: Ages 11-14, July 11-15, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Session II: Ages 11-14, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-12:00
Location: Emigrant Lake Rock Wall
Course No: 370046 Fee $155

Science/Strategy Games/Engineering

Sponsored by Medford Fabrications

Engineering Explorers Institute

Hydrolic Judobots and hovercrafts are just two of the amazing engineering projects that you’ll work on in a wild week of fun designing, building and operating contraptions and catapults that you and your engineering team will create. The sky’s the limit as you explore the process real-world engineers use to get a design from the paper to a finished product while you use your own skill and creativity on each design challenge.
Instructor: Alexandra Harding
Ages 8-12, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: Science 119
Course No: 380099 Fee: $279

Field Biology Institute

The “FBI” is looking for you! Get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a field biologist in this fun-filled nature and science institute. Discover your inner scientist through a week of hands on experimentation and investigation that includes aquatic ecology, wildlife management, entomology, fire ecology, botany and restoration ecology. Get your hands dirty as you help to determine the health of our local streams, restore native habitat, survey flora and fauna and record your field observations in your nature journal. Conduct surveys on bird, mammal, reptile, amphibian and insect populations in the open air and you might decide that a career working in the outdoors is just the thing for you. Each day will be different and exciting!
Director: Mandy Noel
Ages 11-14, August 15-19, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: Science 107 and riparian and woodland areas in and around Ashland
Course No. 380100 Fee: $279

Geocaching Journeys

In this hands-on class, you’ll engage in the study of geography by exploring the interplay between humans and natural landscapes. You’ll embark on a scavenger hunt using GPS coordinates (geocaching) and learn to use the interactive tools available on Google Earth to find your treasure! You and your team will create a geo-caching box and post it on the geo-caching website for others to find using the correct coordinates. Using maps and compasses you’ll also learn how to geocache without electronics in this big, wide world!
Instructor: Sarai Lacy
Ages: 8-12, August 1-5, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Britt 251 and park areas in Ashland to be announced
Course No: 380076 Fee: $119

LEGO Robotics Olympics

Engineering and the Olympic spirit come together in this class that will teach you the basics of LEGO robotics. Using LEGO Mindstorms software you’ll learn to build and program robots using motors and sensors as you work in teams in a variety of competitions and activities. Have fun as you construct robots all week and see what they can do!
Session I: Ages 9-13, July 11-15, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Session II: Ages 9-13, August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Instructor: Chris Duval
Location: Campbell E
Course No: 380060 Fee: $119

2015 Lego Challenge 300

LEGO Robot Challenge Workshop

Work in teams to meet challenges and learn mechanical and software design as you design, build and program a robot to compete against others in multiple challenges on a board similar to First Lego League. Celebrate your engineering skills by building advanced LEGO structures using Mindstorms software and equipment. Previous robot and LEGO experience is helpful!
Instructor: Chris Duval
Session I: Ages 9-13, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Session II: Ages 9-13, August 15-19, M-F, 9:00-11:00
Location: Campbell E
Course No: 380088 Fee: $119

Old Salts and Seadogs: The Pirate's Guide Institute

Ahoy Buccaneers! Come aboard the ship, meet your mates and explore the life of a pirate as you take the Pirate’s Pledge and learn the ways of the sea. From the division of spoils, provision sharing, weaponry, gnarly knot tying and sword fighting essentials, you’ll awaken your pirate imagination and create a story line. The Guide will teach you how to elect a captain, hold pirate court and debate the fate of intruders as you throw the liar’s dice and go on “raids”. Accompanied by the ship’s musicians, you’ll learn all about “Cos Play” as you create the wardrobe and ornamentation for your own pirate character.The finale will be a radio drama video based on your motley crew’s very own pirate adventures.
Director: Steve Roby
Ages 8-12, August 8-12, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: Campbell D
Course No: 380101 Fee: $279  

Sleuths and Suspects: Crime Scene Investigators Institute

Use your powers of observation, your critical thinking skills and your ability to work on a forensics team to solve multiple mysteries using crime scene investigation principles. You’ll conduct forensic science tests on evidence found at mock crime scenes and perform experiments to narrow down your suspect list. Conduct interviews with suspects while piecing together the events leading up to the crime. Put on your detective cap as you work with fingerprints, footprint molds and more as you observe interpret and analyze each crime!
Director: Steve Roby
Ages 8-12, July 18-22, M-F, 9:00-4:00
Location: Campbell D
Course No: 380089 Fee: $279

Vet Med Camp

This exciting class will take place at one of our region’s most important animal care facilities where you will learn behavior training and the basics of the care and handling of a variety of animals. You may assist the staff in exercising, walking and brushing the dogs one day and you may help in the care and feeding of cats and kittens on another day. Animal specialists and veterinary professionals will visit you to share their expertise as you explore the different professions in animal care and welfare.
Instructors: Southern Oregon Humane Society staff, volunteers, veterinary professionals & animal specialists.
Facilitator: SOU Staff
Session I: SOHS, Medford, Ages 10-14, July 25-29, M–F, 1:00-3:00
Session II: SOHS, Medford,  Ages 10-14, August 1-5, M–F 1:00-3:00
Location: Southern Oregon Humane Society
Course No: 380051 Fee: $119

Other SOU Summer Programs

These programs are offered through other SOU departments. Please contact them directly for information.

SOU Sports Programs 2016

The following sports camps are offered through the Athletics Department at SOU. For information, call the number listed for the program you are interested in or register at:

Click here for the 2016 SOU Youth Soccer Camp flyer
Click here for more information regarding summer camps offered by the Athletics Department at SOU.

SOU Boys and Girls Basketball Camps

Coach Brian McDermott (SOU Men's Coach) and Coach Alex Carlson (SOU Women's Coach) will be running camps together.

1st Camp -- Skills and Games
Boys and girls 1st-8th grade
June 13-17 

2nd Camp -- Games Camp
Boys and Girls   1st-8th grade
June 20-24

3rd Camp -- Games Camp
Boys and girls 1st - 8th grade
June 20-24 
Noon - 3:00

For more information:  Call Coach McDermott at:  541-944-8775 or 541-552-8554

Youth Programs Class Locations

SOU Ashland Campus

  • AB: Art Building, Center for the Visual Arts, SOU Campus
  • Britt: Britt Hall, between Churchill and the Stevenson Union, SOU Campus
  • Campbell: Campbell/OLLI Building, 655 Frances Lane, SOU Campus
  • Cascade Complex, adjacent to Campbell Center building
  • CE: Central Hall, Center of the SOU Campus, below Science Building
  • Computing Service Center: between Taylor and Central Halls, PCE and PCW Computer Labs, SOU Campus
  • Hannon Library: off Indiana Street
  • MA: Marion Ady, Center for the Visual Arts, SOU Campus
  • Music Building: on Mountain Avenue
  • Outdoor Program, 1555 Webster Street, SOU campus
  • RVTV: Rogue Valley Community Television, Computer Lab, 1525 Webster Street, SOU Campus
  • Science Building, Roca and Ashland Streets
  • The Farm at SOU, 155 Walker Avenue across from Ashland Middle School

In Ashland
Ashland Rowing Club, Emigrant Lake, 5505 Hwy 66
Dancing People Company, 310 Oak St, Suite 5
Emigrant Lake Rock Wall, 5505 Hwy 66
Flying L Ranch, 776 W Valley View Rd.

In Medford
Southern Oregon Humane Society, 2910 Table Rock Road