Deluxe evening: Farm-to-table meal, Live Music, Cinematic Excellence

  • Sunday, August 2, 2020
  • 5:30pm - 11:00pm
  • Dream Creek Sky Canopy, Ashland, OR
Deluxe evening: Farm-to-table meal, Live Music, Cinematic Excellence

Please join us Sunday August 2nd under the stars for a benefit event for LifeCycle Center, a 501c3 . Event will take place at the Dream Creek Sky Canopy for a Divine and Deluxe evening on private sanctuary land near Emigrant Lake. We’ll be providing a wonderfully nutritious but simple farm-to-table meal, live music & cinematic excellence. Music will be provided by the “new to Ashland“ folk quartet the Sam Weber group (listen here: and our special movie showing is award-winning “The Biggest Little Farm”!

Please note: We are able to accommodate 24 adults with full covid compliance (social distancing will be honored) so plan accordingly as advance tickets will be required to reserve your space (address and parking details, etc will be provided upon RSVP). Cost for this special evening is $65 per person as a donation to LifeCycle Center. While the invite is a throwback to “date night”, we welcome all who wish to attend our “Adult nite”.

We ask that you bring plates, forks & glasses; we provide a wet bar for BYOB. Filtered spring water will also be provided.
The meal, farm-to-table style, will have vegan or animal options, locally grown and sustainable with no food allergens (soy, corn, GMOs, Gluten & dairy free). Please advise any special needs by contacting victoria at 541-261-1870 when you make your reservation.

5:30-7:30 – arrival, dinner, live music
8:00-9:30 — movie screening
9:45-11:00 — star gazing, visiting, closing the evening

There are also 2 wonderful spaces for overnight retreating on site (2-4 persons each) as well as use of the Sauna ($10 per person) limited to 10 persons. More info here:
and also here:
The overnight spaces are first come first serve and if you wish to reserve please do so on the links provided.

This is the launch of ongoing “outdoor” community gathering space to connect, share and enjoy our Beloved Rogue Valley community. All proceeds will go to support the development, natural inspiration and sustainability of LifeCycle Center 501c3, an organization that promotes outdoor gatherings and Healing retreats for individuals experiencing grief.

For information and clarification to any questions you may have, call 541.488.8282 (Lloyd Barde) or visit the event page:

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