We’re co-sponsoring Fox 26’s Big Game Party: Sunday, Feb. 5th at Frau Kemmling Schoolhaus Brewhaus

Fox 26 Big Game Party Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017Authentic German cuisine, great German and domestic beer (plus a full bar), tons of prize giveaways, and the ability to watch the biggest sporting event of the year on multiple HDTVs? Sign us up!

It’s the Fox 26 Big Game Party, happening Sunday, February 5th at Frau Kemmling Schoolhaus Brewhaus in Jacksonville. It’ll be held in the ballroom (just ask) with seven big screen TVs. All ages are welcome. Doors open at 2, with kickoff slated for 3:30.

Just check out the prizes that’ll be given away throughout the game:

  • A chance to win a new Harley Davidson Motorcycle, from D&S Harley!
  • Man Cave Starter Kit from Home of the Future, which includes a 50″ TV, a bar, and a Kegerator!
  • One of three 128GB iPad Air 2 tablets, courtesy of…well, us!

Plus there will be a Prize Wheel with additional giveaways. You’ll also have a chance to purchase tickets to this summer’s insanely popular Country Crossings Music Festival (July 27-30 at the Jackson County Expo) from festival co-sponsor Q100.3 Radio.

A buffet for $20 a person, or $8 for those under 12. A full bar will be open for your gametime refreshments. Call for Reservations 541-899-1000.


Sponsored by KMVU Fox 26, KISS FM, KOOL, KMED, Q100.3, The Valley, and Connecting Point.

 

Connecting Point proudly supports 15th Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) | Apr. 7-11, 2016

2016 Ashland Independent Film Festival 640x826

2016 Ashland Independent Film Festival 640x826

“The Ashland Independent Film Festival is one of those regional gems that gives me faith and hope for the future of independent cinema. Great town, great people, great atmosphere, great movies, great everything!”
Michael Tully, Director, PING PONG SUMMER

The Ashland Independent Film Festival is five days of the highest-quality independent film, held in historic Ashland, Oregon. The Washington Post called it “a dream you’ll never want to leave.” Every Spring, Southern Oregon buzzes with the excitement of the AIFF. Over 7000 film lovers gather at the historic art-deco Varsity Theatre, the Historic Ashland Armory, and other venues to watch over 90 documentary, feature, and short films over five days.

Filmmakers from around the world engage with the audience after each screening and at festival events such as Opening Night Bash, the AfterLounge, and Awards Celebration, which include local wine, beer, and gourmet food. Special guests have included Ty Burrell, Albert Maysles, Barbara Kopple, Helen Hunt, and Bruce Campbell. The Ashland Independent Film Festival: Celebrating the diversity of human experience through the art of independent film—enriching, educating and inspiring audiences of all ages.

The Oregonian newspaper’s Shawn Levy claims AIFF “offers movie lovers that same sense of being in a magical place…. Southern Oregon doesn’t have anything else like it – nor, in fact, do most places on Earth.”

Connecting Point returns for its fourth year as a Community Sponsor, providing an iMac computer and a wireless printer for the festival’s Hospitality Suite, where visiting filmmakers and other creatives can both work and relax. We urge you to support the thriving arts community in our area. Visit the AIFF website to see the rich variety of films being presented at this year’s festival. Better still, pick up some tickets and celebrate independent cinema with like-minded folks in Ashland! It all kicks off today and runs through Monday.

Connecting Point proudly supports 14th Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) | Apr. 9-13, 2015

Ashland Independent Film Festival  - April 9-13, 2015

“Like Telluride without the altitude and Sundance without the attitude.” – Mark Shapiro, Head of Entertainment Brand Marketing, LAIKA Studios

The Ashland Independent Film Festival is five days of the highest-quality independent film, held in historic Ashland, Oregon. The Washington Post called it “a dream you’ll never want to leave.” Every Spring, Southern Oregon buzzes with the excitement of the AIFF. Over 7000 film lovers gather at the historic art-deco Varsity Theatre, the Historic Ashland Armory, and other venues to watch over 90 documentary, feature, and short films over five days.

Connecting Point returns for its third year as a Community Sponsor, providing an iMac computer and a wireless printer for the festival’s Hospitality Suite. We urge you to support the thriving arts community in our area. Visit the AIFF website to see the rich variety of films being presented at this year’s festival. Better still, pick up some tickets and celebrate independent cinema with like-minded folks in Ashland! It all kicks off today and runs through Monday.

Connecting Point proudly supports 13th ashland independent film festival (aiff) | Apr. 3-7, 2014

aiff 2014 (ashland independent film festival)The ashland independent film festival is five days of the highest-quality independent film, held in historic Ashland, Oregon. The Washington Post called it “a dream you’ll never want to leave.” Every Spring, Southern Oregon buzzes with the excitement of the aiff. Over 7000 film lovers gather at the historic art-deco Varsity Theatre, in the heart of downtown Ashland, to watch over 80 films in five days.

This year’s guests include Emmy-winning actor Ty Burrell (Modern Family) and two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple (Harlan County USA, American Dream).

Filmmakers of documentaries, features and shorts from around the world come to engage with the audience after each screening, and at the festival’s Opening Night Bash and Award Celebration parties with local wine, beer and artisan food. Special guests have included Helen Hunt, Albert Maysles, Bruce Campbell and more. This year’s guests include Emmy-winning actor Ty Burrell (Modern Family) and two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple (Harlan County USA, American Dream). The film festival is one of the reasons Ashland is included in the popular travel guide A Thousand Places to See Before You Die.

Connecting Point returns for its second year as a sponsor, providing iMac computers and a wireless printer for the festival’s Hospitality Suite. We urge you to support the thriving arts community in our area. Visit the aiff website to see the rich variety of films being presented at this year’s festival. Better still, pick up some tickets and celebrate independent cinema with like-minded folks in Ashland! It all kicks off this Thursday, and runs through Monday.