Thanks to the Lane County Official Visitor Guide, you have a complete list of all
the "Things To Do" in Eugene and the surrounding area.  If you want to access
their very complete virtual copy of the Official Visitor Guide go to
visitor guide.

"This season, discover great adventures in the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region of
Oregon. Hike mountains or beaches, kayak white water or ocean estuaries, and bike
through wine country or on Oregon's best trails."

"Before you head out, check for the latest information on park and recreation
passes & permits

                  Post Ride Activities

Monday,  August 22... Arrival Day
Remote Happy Hour: 5:00-6:00pm at the
Sixth Street Grill located across the
street from the Hilton. Tonight you'll feast on "Burgers & Brew."  I'll pick up the
tab for your B&B, you pay the tip.  If you're in the mood for more libations, move
to the bar and "self host" one of their multitude of liquid adult offerings.
Tuesday, August 23
Movie and Remote Happy Hour at the Red Lion Hotel.
Show time: 3:00pm in the Red Lion Theater.
Happy Hour: 5:00-6:00pm in the Lion's Lounge featuring local wine, beer & Big O
Margaritas.  Shuttle from the Hilton is available from 2:15 to transport you.
Hiking for those inclined.
Wednesday, August 24
Wine tasting and lunch at the Silvan Ridge-Hinman Vineyard.
Tour at the Rolf-Prima wheel factory.
August 25
Hiking for those inclined.
"Rogue Night" at the Eugene Public House, post happy hour.  Comp appetizers and
great prices on locally brewed beer.               
Friday, August 26
Rafting on the Mackenzie River.
August 26,27 & 28
"The 29th annual community event in downtown offers entertainment for
everyone, outdoor music stages, health workshops, Community Causeway
and Sustainability Village, KidZone plus much more. Celebration Parade  
on Saturday morning features the newly crowned Slug Queen (an acronym
for the 'Society for the Legitimization of the Ubiquitous Gastropod')."  Fee.  
Check it out at:   
Eugene Celebration
Saturday, August 27
August 27, 2011 - August 28, 2011                 
Local bicycle racing at its best. "Finish your road cycling season with a
bang. Four stages; prologue-hill climb, road race, time trial and criterium."         
Sunday, August 28
Farewell Pasta Dinner at the Hilton.  

More later.
Beer: So much more than a
breakfast drink