Event Details

Britt Backstage

Time: June 4, 2010 from 10am to 12pm
Location: RCC-SOU Higher Education Center
Street: 101 S. Bartlett Street
City/Town: Medford
Website or Map: http://www.sou.edu/olli
Phone: 541-552-6048
Event Type: lecture, community, osher, olli
Organized By: OLLI at SOU
Latest Activity: May 27, 2010

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On Friday, June 4, the new executive director of the Britt Music Festival, Jim Fredericks, will present a behind-the-scenes look at Festival planning, details of the upcoming summer 2010 festival and his vision for the future. Take advantage of this great opportunity to provide input regarding groups you'd like to have appear in the Rogue Valley during a Q & A session following the presentation. This Community Forum sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at SOU will take place from 10:00 am to noon in the Presentation Hall of the RCC-SOU Higher Education Center at 101 S. Bartlett Street in Medford. Refreshments will be provided starting at 9:30 am. No registration necessary. For more details visit www,sou.edu/olli or call 541-552-6048.

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