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Local wineries kick off season with live music

Memorial Day weekend is a huge three days for wineries. Some go beyond the wine sales and barrel tastings to make the weekend special.

Chateau Lorane, 27415 Siuslaw River The Siuslaw River (pronounced sigh YOU slaw) is a river, approximately 110 mi (177 km) long, along the Pacific coast of Oregon in the United States. It drains an area of approximately 4560 sq mi (11900 km²) in the Central Oregon Coast Range southwest of the Willamette  Road in Lorane, outdoes itself each year with its Fine Art & Wine Festival. For the 12th annual event, there will be three days of live music and art. Details: www.chateaulorane .com. Admission is $10.

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, Lane County's newest winery at 26961 Briggs Hill Road, has live music by Paul Biondi, new wine releases and holiday specials. Admission is free. Information: www .sweetcheekswinery.com.

King Estate Winery, 80854 Territorial Road, southwest of Eugene, will feature free live music including Jerry Zybach, Walter T Ryan and Flight to Rio Trio. Visit www .kingestate.com for details.

For information on all Lane County wineries, visit wineriesoflanecounty.com. The Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County Web site, cvalco.org, also has information on wineries and their events.

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BRING Recycling is proving once again there are countless ways to reduce waste.

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The event will feature music played on instruments made from recycled junk and familiar music played on regular instruments but `recycled' in surprising styles.

If you want, you can bring your own inventions and to join in the fun.

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 Visitors playing `Appalachian twang' with washtub bass The washtub bass, or "gutbucket," is an American folk instrument that uses a metal washtub as a resonator. Although it is possible for a washtub bass to have four or more strings and tuning pegs, traditional washtub basses have a single string whose pitch is adjusted by pushing or  and washboard, and the Tin Can Band.

The carnival runs from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. for a suggested minimum donation of $10.

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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:May 26, 2006
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