Get Out of This World! Seven UFO Events in October at RVML in Ashland

October is UFO Month at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and Event Center in south Ashland with lectures, a movie, a Halloween party, and an “out of this world” art exhibit.

There are four Tuesday night lectures with experts on the modern UFO Disclosure movement, artificial intelligence, spirituality, sociology, and paranormal investigations. Plus, a screening of the recent award-winning movie, “Accidental Truth: UFO Revelations” with live filmmaker Q&A. There is also a month-long ET/UFO art exhibition, “Wild Blue Wonder.” And finally, RVML’s annual Halloween party “From Elsewhere.” All Tuesday lectures begin at 7pm and are free admission. Full details at

Wild Blue Wonder” runs October 3-31: Experience an unusual exhibition of ET/UFO art and collectibles, and browse RVML’s extensive ET/UFO research archive. Open Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm. First Friday reception with drinks and snacks on Oct. 6, 5-8pm, free admission.

RVML’s regular Tuesday Night Lecture Series October UFO focus begins Oct. 3, 7pm with “The Government and UFO Secrecy- What’s Next?” Two of the top UFO experts and activists, Daniel Sheehan and Stephen Bassett, will share the up-to-the-minute developments with the Disclosure process live from Washington, D.C. Includes moderated Q&A.

Tue. Oct. 10, 7pm is “UFOs and the Public Psyche, the Massive Arizona UFO Flyover” presented by Stacey Wright, Arizona State Director of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON.)

Tue. Oct. 17, 7pm is “Spirituality and ETs: Busting the Taboo” presented by Rev. Stephanie Clarke from Center for Spiritual Living.

RVML in cooperation with the Ashland Chamber of Commerce helps celebrate Travel Ashland’s first annual “Ashland Mystery Fest Weekend” on Friday Oct. 20, 8pm: A screening of the award-winning documentary movie, “Accidental Truth: UFO Revelations.” Includes hot popcorn and live Zoom Q&A with the filmmaker, Ron James.

Then on Tue. Oct. 24, 7pm, Paul Hynek, son of the pioneering UFO researcher and astronomer, Dr. J. Allen Hynek, presents “Artificial Intelligence and ETs: From ChatGPT to the Stars.”

And finally, Tue. Oct 31, 6-8pm is the grand finale of RVML’s UFO Month, the “From Elsewhere” Halloween Party and Open House with drinks, appetizers, music, and door prizes. Costumes optional, everyone welcome.

RVML’s founder and Executive Director Jordan Pease said, “for over 20 years, RVML has produced hundreds of lectures and events in Ashland; small, medium and large, but we seldom tackle the UFO phenomenon. Isn’t that strange since one of the largest UFO research archives in the world is right here in our lending collection?”

“There’s already a big buzz about the October events. We’re excited to show off our facility to new folks, and to educate about UFOs too, of course. We’ve got some great presenters coming to town, it’s a privilege to host them. Don’t miss the art exhibit, it’s a spectacle that must been seen to be believed!”

Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and Event Center. 1757 Ashland St., Ashland, OR. Open Tue-Sat 10-6. 541-552-9119. Events calendar, video archive and catalog search:

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Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library & Media Exchange

Founded in Southern Oregon’s Rogue River Valley in 2002, RVML’s unique collection of books, audiobooks and DVDs has grown to be among the largest of its kind in the world. With emphasis on practical solutions to the world’s critical challenges, RVML’s mission is providing easy access to information that inspires, heals and transforms. An annual fee of $30 allows unlimited checkouts of materials on a variety of spiritual, paranormal and personal development subjects. In addition to the lending library, RVML also operates a media exchange where people can trade items on any subject at no cost. A donor-supported 501c3 non-profit organization, all donations are fully tax deductible. RVML also organizes periodic lecture and workshop events at venues around the Rogue Valley including the annual Architects of the New Paradigm conference series.

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