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Events in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory offer year-round festivals and activities for the whole family in the greater Portland area. Winter’s event calendar is full of snowboarding and skiing events at Timberline Lodge & Ski Area and Mt. Hood Skibowl. Spring events burst upon the scene with blooming colors at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival. Summertime is filled with an abundance of outdoor activities, festivals, music events, and Farmers' Markets. Celebrate the fall bounty as local communities provide family-fun harvest festivals, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, and haunted trails. The Clackamas County Fairgrounds & Event Center offers a variety of events throughout the year, including the Clackamas County Fair and Rodeo. 

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Cana's Feast Winemakers Dinner Timberline Lodge & Ski Area

Address: 27500 E Timberline Rd, Government Camp, OR 97028

Savor a delicious six-course menu from Executive Chef Jason Stoller Smith designed to perfectly complement wines from Cana's Feast. $215/person includes wine, dinner, gratuity, and transportation to Timberline's Silcox Hut via snowcat. Seating limited to 24, so plan ahead for this one-of-a-kind wine experience. Call 503-272-3267 or email sales@timberlinelodge.com for reservations.

St. John's Bridge Painting Class at Portland Cider Co. Portland Cider Taproom

Address: 8925 SE Jannsen Rd, Clackamas, OR 97015

Create your own painting of St. Johns Bridge guided by Free to Be Art while enjoying delicious beverages from Portland Cider Co. Painting materials and aprons provided. Reservations highly recommended.

Art as Refuge Arts Council of Lake Oswego

Address: 501 1st St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego presents an exhibit exploring the relationship between isolation and connection as portrayed in Lily Brooks-Dalton’s book, Good Morning Midnight. This multi-media exhibit includes sculpture, collage, photography, drawing, painting, and ceramic wall-hangings. Open Daily.

Art as Refuge Artists' Presentation Arts Council of Lake Oswego

Address: 501 1st St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Join the artists behind Art as Refuge, an exhibit exploring the relationship between isolation and connection as portrayed in Lily Brooks-Dalton’s book, Good Morning Midnight. This multi-media exhibit includes sculpture, collage, photography, drawing, painting, and ceramic wall-hangings. Come from 12-1 to hear the artists discuss their work.

Oregon City Winter Farmers' Market Oregon City Farmers Market

Address: 2051 Kaen Rd at Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045

Why should the fun of farmers markets stop in the winter? Find 35 vendors offering fresh local produce, meats, seafood, jams, pickles, snacks, beverages, and crafts. During the Holidays there will be trees, decorations, and lots of gift ideas at the Christmas Market on December 16th. In the spring, find fresh flowers and plant starts, including the annual Seed and Plant Swap on March 17th. Market is open every other Saturday. Check website for dates and times.

Social History Happy Hour Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum

Address: 88900 E Hwy 26, Business Loop, Government Camp, OR 97028

This engaging lecture series features local authors, photographers, historians, and experts on the culture and history of Mt. Hood. Beverages are available for purchase.

Art as Refuge Arts Council of Lake Oswego

Address: 501 1st St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego presents an exhibit exploring the relationship between isolation and connection as portrayed in Lily Brooks-Dalton’s book, Good Morning Midnight. This multi-media exhibit includes sculpture, collage, photography, drawing, painting, and ceramic wall-hangings. Open Daily.

El Grande de Coca Cola Lakewood Center for the Arts

Address: 368 S State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

A laughable and ridiculously wonderful show! The action takes place in a terrible part of Trujillo, in a nightclub, which isn't too far from terrible itself. Chaos ensues, as conjuring tricks fail, people trip up, a blind American folk singer falls off the stage, and chorus girls collide.

El Grande de Coca Cola Lakewood Center for the Arts

Address: 368 S State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

A laughable and ridiculously wonderful show! The action takes place in a terrible part of Trujillo, in a nightclub, which isn't too far from terrible itself. Chaos ensues, as conjuring tricks fail, people trip up, a blind American folk singer falls off the stage, and chorus girls collide.

Hope on the Slopes Mt Hood Skibowl

Address: 87000 E Hwy 26, Government Camp, OR 97028

24-hour ski event to benefit the American Cancer Society. Individuals or teams compete for awards for the Top Fundraisers and Top Vertical Feet, as tracked by a GPS scanning system. Track your vertical feet traveled as you spend a day on the Mountain with family and friends, all while raising money for the American Cancer Society. All ages and abilities welcomed. Registration opens at 7:00am, with skiing all day. Kegs for a Cure beer festival will feature beverages from 8 breweries and cideries with all proceeds benefiting American Cancer Society. 11am-4pm.

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