Governor Brown is requiring masks to be worn in public indoor and outdoor settings statewide to help stop the spread of the Delta variant. The Governor is also encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. Find out how to get vaccinated locally at Jackson County Health and Human Services website


APRC hosts several annual events. This year, as we lay out our plans, things may look a little different, as our number one priority is to keep the public safe during the pandemic. We all know by now that gathering together in ways that we have in the past is not possible at this time and so we must look for creative ways to stay connected and continue to make our community livable and enjoyable.

If you are planning your own special event or outdoor activity, please visit for for more information. 

Here is the 2021 Lineup... 

Join us for the summer concert series, Rock the Knoll, at Oak Knoll Golf Course. This FREE concert series, brought to you by Blackstone Publishing in Ashland, is appropriate for all ages. Performers and dates are:

  • August 27 Danielle Kelly SP (canceled due to COVID)
  • September 10 Hog Wild (canceled due to COVID)
  • September 30  The Brothers Reed 

Find yourself immersed in the beat and experience the best concert series in all of Southern Oregon. Night putting, dancing, delicious food, drink and so much more... Check out your municipal golf course at, @OakKnollAshland #OakKnollGolf #OakKnollGolfCourse #OKGC.

The Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool is closed for the 2021 season. Visit for info on the pool. 

Bear Creek Salmon Festival at North Mountain Park in October (The 2021 has been canceled due to the pandemic) 


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Visit the APRC home page or call 541.488.5340 for more information.

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