Nestled in the heart of the Southern Willamette Valley, Eugene is known as the Emerald City, Silicone Shire, and Track Town USA. Defined by the official motto, “A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors,” Eugene is a place known for its high quality of life and a community of residents that that thrive on finding a balance between work and play.
In 100 Things To Do In Eugene Before You Die you’ll find a new adventure on every page, with seasonal events and detailed itineraries to serve as your own personal tour guide. This one-time home to both Olympic athlete Steve Prefontaine and American Author Ken Kesey is full of surprises from eclectic parades to hazelnut farms and even vintage arcades. Whether you’re new to town or simply looking for new ways to get out and enjoy one of the region’s many rainy days, this book will help you create—and complete—your very own Eugene bucket list.
Well, folks. I wrote a book called “100 Things to Do in Eugene, Oregon Before You Die.” Released on March 18, the book is part of a larger “bucket list” series put out by Reedy Press, an niche independent book publisher based out of St. Louis, Missouri.
The impetus for the project started with two things:
1. The popularity of this post: Top 15 Family-Friendly Attractions in and Around Eugene and Springfield, Oregon
2. A lack of a general travel guide for Lane County
If you live in Eugene and would like to hear me speak about the book and the overall project, please come to one of these local events.
- April 28: Lane County History Museum, 2-3pm
- June 14: Eugene Public Library. Summer Reading Series Lecture. 6-7pm
- June 16: Junction City Retirement & Assisted Living, General Lecture, 11am-12pm
- July 7: Barnes & Noble, Author Panel, 11am-12pm
- July 8: Art in the Vineyard, Author Tables, 11am
- July 21: Lane County Fair, Author Tables, 11am
For more information, check out one of these news stories:
- KEZI 9 ABC Affiliate: TV Segment
- KMTR 15 NBC Affiliate: TV Segment
- KCFM Radio, Our Town, Florence, OR: April Interview
- KZEL Radio, Morning Show, April Interview
Thanks for supporting my livelihood! Not all who wander are lost!