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TRIUM Wines

TRIUM Wines

triumWelcome to Trium.  We are a small family owned and operated vineyard and winery.  When we planted our first grapes in 1990 we set out to produce the very best wine from site appropriate varieties.  That is still our dedication and focus.  Each season brings us new challenges and opportunities to create something special.  Our dedication to quality encompasses farming in a responsible way with the lightest touch on the earth and respect for our neighbors and the next generations to have the guardianship of our hillside. We are fortunate to have a wonderful site with excellent soil and an amazing view of the Rogue Valley.

Trium_photo_web Trium comes from Latin for “of three” and was founded by 3 couples with a vision of fine wine farmed with wisdom and care, in collaboration with well-trained winemakers, to best express the potential of Southern Oregon.  We each contributed grapes and hard work to establishing Trium.  As time marched on one couple found their focus to truly be on growing grapes and left Trium to continue farming.  Another year found us missing one of our founders as he passed on and his partner felt the need to reduce her commitment in the wine industry and refocus her life.   Our blend “of three” varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc comprise our Growers’ Cuvée. This continues to be our flagship and signature wine.

Just as the vineyard grows and evolves each year Trium has grown and changed as well.  As founders of Trium we are still dedicated to Trium’s founding focus of excellence.  We find our passions growing as the years have passed and now it is the Lotspeich family that is carrying on the Trium tradition.

We hope you enjoy the results as much as we do.

Trium_tasting_room_photo_web7112 Rapp Lane, Talent OR 97540

Phone: (541) 535-4015 Email: Email        Website 

Open 11-5:30 Daily
April 1st-October 31st
Saturday and Sunday only November and December
Other times by appointment.

Toastmasters of Jackson County

Toastmasters of Jackson County

 

Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Today, our membership is 280,000 strong. These members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 13,500 clubs in 116 countries that make up our global network of meeting locations.
447 Scenic Drive
Ashland OR 97520
Contact Person: Daniel Flood
Phone: 510-468-8995
Email: Email
Website

THRIVE

THRIVE

The Rogue Valley Initiative for a Vital Economy (THRIVE) is a 501 (c)3 community benefit organization.  Our mission is to build a thriving local economy of independent, locally owned businesses that are socially, environmentally and financially sustainable.

We use the word vital in our name to emphasize our belief that economic exchange needs to be both life-serving and profit-seeking.

We seek a locally-controlled economy that promotes the social and environmental health of our region.  Our Buy Local – Buy Rogue campaign is a business alliance of 165+ local businesses committed to these ideals. Visit our website to join or connect with our member businesses.
340 A St. Ste. 205
Ashland OR 97520
Contact Person: Wendy Siporen or Becky Brown
Phone: 541-488-7272
Email: Email
Website

The Total Picture

The Total Picture

With 20 years experience, The Total Picture specializes in museum framing and shadow boxes. Custom framing your favorite pictures and art. Joe Dunbar, being a atrist himself also opens his store as an art gallery featuring local artists.

 
201 Talent Ave.
Talent OR 97540
Contact Person: Joe Dunbar, C.P.F.
Phone: 541-535-5039
Email: Email

Talent Urban Renewal Agency

Talent Urban Renewal Agency

Talent Urban Renewal Agency (TURA) is a separate legal and financial entity established by the City of Talent in 1991 to construct infrastructure, build public facilities and parks, and make visual improvements in the downtown area. Major projects have included City Hall, the Civic Center campus, Front Street, Main Street, and the West Valley View street network project. TURA is governed by a 7-member board of directors consisting of citizens, business owners, and elected officials.

102 Home Street
PO Box 445
Talent OR 97540
Contact Person: Marla Cates, Exec. Director
Phone: (541) 535-6170
WebsiteTURA_office_webTURA_city_hall_event

Talent News and Review

Talent News and Review
The first issue of the Talent News and Review arrived in Talentians’ mailboxes back in April fo 2008.  Over 50 issues later, “TNR” is a house hold acronym, up there with ESPN, NBC, PETA and NPR.
Mailing out about 4300 copies once a month, Talent is the smallest in the Sneak Preview family, but don’t let its size fool you.  It’s a true community paper, featuring the City’s monthly newsletter – The Flash and Camelot Theatre’s Round Table.
Their community profiles, business features, Canlendar of Events, and the monthly Word on the Street columns help keep this publication local and timely… and on every coffee table in town!

PO Box 658
Talent OR 97540
Contact Person: Ron Rivard
Phone: (541) 778-7197
Email: Email
Website

Talent Historical Society

Talent Historical Society
The Talent Historical Society was founded in 1994 as a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of the Talent area in Southern Oregon.
The Historical Society has assembled a number of historical collections, including diaries, Civil War letters, photographs, cemetery records, oral histories, and local newspapers. We also provide several resources to the community, such as walking tour pamphlets, a quarterly newsletter, a website and a meeting space.
Come Visit Us!!!! We’re open Wednesday – Saturday from 1 pm – 5 pm.

105 N. Market Street
PO Box 582
Talent OR 97540
Contact Person: Jan Wright
Phone: (541) 512-8838
Email: Email
Website

Talent Evening Market

Talent Evening Market

DEAR MARKET SUPPORTERS: 

Great News! The Talent Evening Market has a new management team. Please be patient as we prepare for the 2014 season, which begins June 20th!

Celebrate our community every Friday night during the summer, 5:30-8:30 pm, with purveyors of fresh organic produce, handmade crafts, prepared food, and live music.

The market is located across from City Hall at the corner of Main St and John St.

Vendors

Bring your products to sell at our community market! We are especially seeking growers, large or small, to offer our customers the freshest produce.

We also welcome artisans of local arts and crafts, as well as prepared food vendors. Goods must be produced by the seller and sold in compliance with all applicable Health Department regulations.

Vendors may attend some or all of the markets. Nightly booths are only $10 for a 10’x10′ space. Electricity hookups will be provided if needed.

Please make sure you contact the Market Manager before the market to ensure that you have a space!

 

Artists & Performers

We invite all types of art and performance at our evening market! Want to sketch, paint, throw clay, dance, sing or share another special talent? Help us celebrate the diversity of art in our community. Please check in with the Market Manger when you arrive to ensure that your art or talent is feasible for the format of market.

Friday Evening Jam Session
NEW THIS YEAR Bring your instruments to market! We invite all musicians to join together for an acoustic jam session to delight in an organic melding of musical talents. Details coming soon…

Our Mission

 The Talent Evening Market is a community-driven initiative to provide access to locally produced foods and crafts in the spirit of cultivating a healthy, thriving community. We provide a venue for the exchange of products and ideas which catalyze awareness, creativity, and personal relationships.

Contact us by phone, email, snail mail, or visit our web site:

541-708-1883 – info@talenteveningmarket.org –  P.O. Box 720, Talent, OR 97540

www.talenteveningmarket.org