As part of their senior project, seniors from surrounding high schools are producing an "Anything Goes to A Good Cause Art Sale" on Saturday, April 2, from 2 to 4 p.m.
The event, being held at The Studio at Living Opportunities art gallery and studio, 32 S. Central Ave., in Medford, across from the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater, will feature live acoustic music by students, complimentary refreshments and a wide variety of donated art for sale.
All proceeds of the sale and any donations will go to The Studio at Living Opportunities, which helps promote individuality, creativity and independence for artists with disabilities.
For more information on The Studio at Living Opportunities, visit www.livingopps.org.
The Mt. Ashland Ski Area will honor local skiing legend Gene Landsmann at the third-annual Gene Landsmann Day Saturday, April 2.
Landsmann was an Austrian native who came to Ashland in 1974, taught at Mt. Ashland's ski school and developed the mountain's ski-patrol system.
A fixture on the mountain for decades, Landsmann died of cancer in February 2008. To honor him, the mountain will donate $2 from every lift ticket sold to the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life in Ashland, scheduled for Ashland Middle School on May 21-22. The 24-hour event raises money and awareness for cancer research and treatment.