Conventions

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), July 4, 2009 | Go to article overview

Conventions


Byline: The Register-Guard

The following is a list of conventions, conferences and other special events in the Eugene-Springfield area during July as provided by Travel Lane County. The list includes events of a statewide scope or larger.

Travel Lane County said these conventions and events represent 10,433 total sleeping rooms with an estimated spending power of $4,991,310.

July 1-3: Drums of Fire, 1,000 participants, Autzen Stadium, various hotels

July 1-5: 34th Annual Papa's Pizza Invitational, 648 participants, Swede Johnson Stadium, various hotels

July 2-5: Pacific Continental Bank Open Tennis Championships, 300 participants, Eugene Swim and Tennis Club, various hotels

July 2-5: 1st Annual Pacific Headwear Firecracker Classic, 720 participants, Willamette Valley Babe Ruth Complex, various hotels

July 3-5: Oregon ASA 12A Girls State Softball Tournament, 280 participants, Bob Arntz Sports Complex, various hotels

July 7-13: Bach Festival Elder Hostel, 25 attendees, The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts, Phoenix Inn, Campus Inn

July 10-12: Oregon ASA 16B/18B Girls State Softball Tournament, 440 participants, Bob Arntz Sports Complex, various hotels

July 11-12: Eugene City Swim Club Summer Invitational, 1,500 participants, Echo Hollow Pool, various hotels

July 11: Prelay, 750 participants, Alton Baker Park, various hotels

July 11-12: Columbia Drag Boat Association's Bi-Mart Summer Clash, 2,500 participants, Dexter Lake, various hotels

July 11: Hershey's Youth Track & Field State Meet, 1,500 participants, Hayward Field, various hotels

July 12-18: Safe & Civil Schools/Pacific Northwest Publishing National Convention, 300 attendees, Hilton Eugene & Conference Center

July 16-19: Kidsports JBO Midget National Tournament, 360 participants, Bethel Park, various hotels

July 17-19: Track City International Classic, 4,500 participants, Hayward Field, various hotels

July 17-19: Slammer Slugfest, 360 participants, Willamette Valley Babe Ruth Complex, various hotels

July 18: Willamette Valley 30K Walk n' Relay, 150 participants, Alton Baker Park, various hotels

July 19-23: Association for Direct Instruction, 650 attendees, Hilton Eugene & Conference Center

July 19-23: Country Fair Days with the McKenzie A's, 600 attendees, Village Green Resort & Gardens

July 22-24: Men's Senior Classic, 150 participants, Shadow Hills Country Club, various hotels

July 22-23: Oregon Little League State Tournament, 459 participants, Meadowlark Elementary School, various hotels

July 23-26: Webfoot Baseball Classic, 720 participants, Willamette Valley Babe Ruth Complex, various hotels

July 24-26: Oregon State USBC Annual Meeting/Jamboree, 150 attendees, Red Lion Hotel

July 30-Aug. …

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