THURSDAY, JUNE 15
Courthouse Concert Series: 5:30 p.m., Wallowa County Courthouse, 101 S. River St. Enterprise. Local and regional musicians featuring a broad range of musical genres including classical, folk, jazz and rock. Bring a picnic and family or meet up with friends. Free.
OK Theatre Presents –– Ural Thomas & The Pain: 6 p.m. 208 W. Main, Enterprise. Thomas’ set list is compiled from the gilded age of soul and R&B and Ural originals, all with a sharp focus on moving the dance floor. Tickets are available at Dollar Stretcher, Joseph Hardware, M. Crow or online at eventbrite.com. Doors open at 6 p.m., opening act at 7 p.m. and main act at 8 p.m.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16
A Mid-Summer’s Night of Music: 7 p.m. St. Patrick Episcopal Church, 100 NE Third, Enterprise. Heidi Muller and Bob Webb performing along with the Brann Family. Donations will benefit the Main Street Community Garden on the lawn of St. Patrick.
Terminal Gravity Presents –– Will West & Groovy Wallpaper: 7 p.m. 803 School St. Enterprise,
Tule & Cattail Basket Class: 4 p.m. Josephy Center, 403 North Main, Joseph. With Celeste “Cece” Whitewolf. Fee for 10-hour, 3-day workshop includes all materials. Maximum 10 students. Although Cece is bringing materials, an optional trip to local tule or cattail sites is under consideration. This would happen earlier on Friday, with no extra charge. Register online. Continues through Sunday.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17
Welcome Sweet Summertime: 6:30 p.m. Embers Brew House Joseph. Featuring the band “Good Question.”
A Pollination Mystery –– Wind and Wings: 10 a.m. Wallowology Discovery Center, 508 N. Main, Joseph. Prof. Karen Antel, professor of biology at Eastern Oregon University, will present the program as part of the Saturday Science series. For ages 9-12. Fee $5. Register at 541-263-1663. Drop-ins welcome.
Lower Valley Farmers Market: 11 a.m. 301 E. First , Wallowa. Indoor farmers market open year-round.
Mountain High Broncs and Bulls: 2 p.m. 668 NW first, Enterprise. The best little rodeo featuring big names, big close-up experience and always big fun. Bull riders combined with ranch saddle broncs provide for action packed excitement.
Photography Workshop: 1:30 p.m. Wallowology 508 N. Main, Joseph. “Connecting With Nature” presented by Rick McEwan. Learn the finer points of nature photography. Fee $150. Register at 541-263-1663. Limit 10 people.
Terminal Gravity Presents –– Zeb Dewar & His Band with Bucj/Delffs: 7 p.m. 803 School St. Enterprise.T
TUESDAY, JUNE 20
Engineer It! Exploring Ancient Technologies: 7 p.m. Joseph Center, 403 North Main, Joseph Build a shelter, design a boat, weave a shoe or invent a fishing tool. Native American people have always used science and engineering to create effective tools, homes, clothing, cooking methods and more –– passing this knowledge down through generations. Many of these innovations are still being used today. Try out your own engineering skills while discovering technologies designed by Oregon’s first engineers.
Loomed Beaded Hatband Class: 4 p.m. Josephy Center, 403 North Main, Joseph. Three day class with Celeste “Cece” Whitewolf. Materials included with fee. Limit 10 students.
Wildflower Driving Tour 2017: 9 a.m. meet at Community Connection, 702 NW 1st, Enterprise. Join the tour to Hells Canyon Overlook. Reservations at 541-426-5546. Bring lunch, water, camera and binoculars.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23
Oregon District 3 Boys Baseball All Star Tournament: Enterprise and Wallowa Valley Little League will be hosting Oregon District 3 Baseball Tournament. Various venues. Continues through Sunday.
Terminal Gravity Presents –– The Baron Ward: 7 p.m. 803 School St. Enterprise.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24
Contemporary Plateau Indian Art Sale: 4 p.m. Josephy Center 403 North Main, Joseph. In conjunction with the closing reception for the Nez Perce Art Exhibit with several artists from the region in attendance.
Terminal Gravity Presents –– The Insinuators: 7 p.m. 803 School St. Enterprise.
Wallowa Land Trust Outing –– Hike The Zumwalt: 9 a.m. Meet at the Wallowa Land Trust Office at 8 a.m. to carpool to the site. Take a hike through the beautiful Zumwalt Prairie Preserve with local avian ecologist Andie Lueders. Learn about the wide variety of life that calls the Zumwalt home while keeping an eye out for elk, birds of prey and colorful wildflowers. Bring a lunch. The event is a part of the first Oregon Walk the Land Day, where land trusts across the state are hosting outings to highlight their efforts to protect some of Oregon’s most incredible landscapes for both present and future generations. Registration required.
Wednesday, June 19: Wallowa County Commissioners 9 a.m. 101 S. River St. Enterprise.
Thursday, June 20: Wallowa County Weed Board Meeting 5 p.m. 401 NE First St., Enterprise.