Come Land Downtown!

Downtown Eugene is the place to be if you’re looking for art, entertainment, and an all around good time. Whether you want to peruse a gallery, catch a show, or eat delicious local foods there is something for everyone in this thriving social hub. (ST)

Galleries: (ST)

OPUS 6IX Fine Art Gallery

22 West Seventh Avenue (across from the Hult Center).

(541) 393-0743

White Lotus Gallery

767 Willamette Street

(541) 345-3276

Karin Clarke Gallery

760 Willamette Street

(541) 684-7963

Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts (DIVA)

110 W. Broadway

(541) 344-DIVA (3482)

Live Entertainment: (ST)
The Hult Center

1 Eugene Center  Eugene, OR 97401

(541) 682-5087

McDonald Theatre

1010 Willamette Street

(541) 345-4442

WOW Hall

291 West 8th Avenue

(541) 687-2746

Lord Leebrick Theatre

540 Charnelton Street

(541) 465-1506

Actors Cabaret of Eugene

996 Willamette Street

(541) 683-4368

Seasonal Activities and Festivals: (ST)

Oregon Festival of American Music

The Oregon Bach Festival

Eugene Celebration

Art & The Vineyard

Lane County Farmer’s Market

Eugene Saturday Market

Eugene Saturday Market is the host of over 150 various local food, art, and craft vendors that occurs every Saturday between April and November. Located in the heart of downtown and across from its sister market, the Lane County Farmer’s Market, this marketplace is alive and buzzing with buying, selling, trading and browsing beginning as early as 10 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. The Eugene Saturday Market is a common hangout for locals and a great stop for tourists. Whether you are searching for a tie-dyed tapestry to hang in your dorm room, new ceramic cups and plates for your kitchen, or you’re just feeling hungry, the Eugene Saturday Market has something, and some fun, for everyone! (ST)

Government Agencies: (NW)

City Prosecutor’s Office

915 Oak St # 310  Eugene, OR 97401
(541) 682-8401

Eugene Fire Department

1705 W. 2nd Avenue
Eugene, OR  97402
(541) 682-7100 Voice

Eugene Police Department
777 Pearl St., Room 107
Eugene, OR 97401

US Post Office

50 West 5th Avenue, Eugene, OR

(541) 341-3639

Eugene City Council

777 Pearl Eugene, OR 97401

(541) 682-5010

City Finance

860 W. Park, Suite 300 Eugene OR 97401

(541) 682-5022

City Public Works

858 Pearl Eugene OR 97401

(541) 682-5241

Eugene Public Library

100 West 10th Avenue  Eugene, OR 97401
(541) 682-5450

Eugene Public Library is located on 100 West 10th Ave. right next to Eugene Bus Station and Kiva Grocery Store. It is home to thousands of books, tapes, and movies. It provides free programs for all age ranges such as storytimes for kids, writing workshops for teens, and literary arts events for adults. The library also offers computer classes and book clubs. Patrons can surf the internet, read books, or sip coffee at the Novella Café. The library also contains a second hand bookstore. It recently opened up two more branches outside of downtown: a Bethel Branch on Echo Hollow Rd. and a Sheldon Branch on Coburg Road. (NW)

Parks: (NW)

Skinner’s Butte Park

Owen Rose Garden

Alton Baker Park

City of  Eugene Outdoors Program

Schools: (NW)

University of Oregon

Lane Community College

Northwest Christian University

Transportation: (NW)

Lane Transit District

Restaurants: (KB)

1)    Davis’ Restaurant

2.) The Eugene Saturday Market

3.) Willamette Farm and Food Coalition

4.) Cozmic Pizza

5.) Marche

6.) Ambrosia Restaurant and Bar

7.) Dos Rios Tacqueria

8.) Ta Ra Rin Thai Cuisine

9.) Steelhead Brewery

10.) Sixth Street Grill

The Sixth Street Grill, located on 55 W 6th Ave., is the perfect place to come and watch your favorite sports team play on one of their various high definition televisions, while enjoying one of the best meals in downtown Eugene at the same time.  From Midwestern steaks to Northwestern seafood, there will always be something appealing to eat on the menu. With NFL Sunday Ticket and the endless amount of sports memorabilia on every wall, the Sixth Street Grill is a great environment to watch your favorite football team on Sundays. They also have a variety of wines, cocktails and beer on tap. And if you’re craving a burger, Sixth Street Grill’s is hard to beat.(KB)

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