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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. Celebrate the fall bounty as local communities provide family-fun harvest festivals, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, and haunted trails. 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 flowers and baby farm animals galore. Summertime is filled with an abundance of outdoor activities, festivals, music events, and Farmers' Markets. The Clackamas County Fairgrounds & Event Center offers a variety of events throughout the year, including the Clackamas County Fair and Rodeo. 

Note: We strive to keep all event listings up-to-date, but please check event status with individual event hosts before planning your trip.

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ARTspace Gallery: Abandoned ARTspace Gallery

Address: 380 A Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97068
Phone: 503-675-3738

The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like logging and mining. As a result, our landscape is dotted with abandoned human-made places and structures that were once thriving. There are a number of gold rush ghost towns, ship wrecks off the coast (the Peter Iredale), empty farm houses and other buildings, abandoned roads and even a ghost forest (Neskowin Ghost Forest). Just in time for spooky season, these once thriving or occupied structures and locations remain with the mark of past human presence; now discarded or neglected. This exhibition will bring together images of the “abandoned” from all over the region.

Colors of Fall Festival Cascade Nursery Trail

Address: Molalla, 97038

Gardens throughout the Cascade Nursery Trail open their doors to celebrate fall and give a last chance for plant purchases. 10am - 5pm each day. Late season gala brings glowing surprises in the garden that are seldom seen! Unique offerings chosen for fall planting and winter interest will be featured for this celebration of season. This time of year brings the promise of warm soils, cooling ambient temperatures and coming rains – the perfect time for planting! There is always a great variety of established pots, begging to be taken home and planted in your garden this time of year. Nursery staff are on hand and happy to advise and suggest, or just let you enjoy the fall colors.

Dahlia Care Lecture with Nicholas & Heather of Swan Island Dahlias Swan Island Dahlia Farm

Address: 995 NW 22nd Ave, Canby, 97013

Dahlia Culture! Learn the process of growing stunning dahlias. Nicholas, the owner of Swan Island Dahlias, and Heather will give you expert advice on growing beautiful dahlias. They will cover the process on the farm along with growing dahlias in your home garden. They will cover planting, fertilizing, topping, digging, and storing your dahlias. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best! Approximately 1 hour. Questions will be answered throughout the class. Free event, but register ahead of time online - those registered will be entered in a raffle - must be present to win! Walk-ins are welcome to join.

ARTspace Gallery: Abandoned ARTspace Gallery

Address: 380 A Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97068
Phone: 503-675-3738

The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like logging and mining. As a result, our landscape is dotted with abandoned human-made places and structures that were once thriving. There are a number of gold rush ghost towns, ship wrecks off the coast (the Peter Iredale), empty farm houses and other buildings, abandoned roads and even a ghost forest (Neskowin Ghost Forest). Just in time for spooky season, these once thriving or occupied structures and locations remain with the mark of past human presence; now discarded or neglected. This exhibition will bring together images of the “abandoned” from all over the region.

Colors of Fall Festival Cascade Nursery Trail

Address: Molalla, 97038

Gardens throughout the Cascade Nursery Trail open their doors to celebrate fall and give a last chance for plant purchases. 10am - 5pm each day. Late season gala brings glowing surprises in the garden that are seldom seen! Unique offerings chosen for fall planting and winter interest will be featured for this celebration of season. This time of year brings the promise of warm soils, cooling ambient temperatures and coming rains – the perfect time for planting! There is always a great variety of established pots, begging to be taken home and planted in your garden this time of year. Nursery staff are on hand and happy to advise and suggest, or just let you enjoy the fall colors.

ARTspace Gallery: Abandoned ARTspace Gallery

Address: 380 A Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97068
Phone: 503-675-3738

The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like logging and mining. As a result, our landscape is dotted with abandoned human-made places and structures that were once thriving. There are a number of gold rush ghost towns, ship wrecks off the coast (the Peter Iredale), empty farm houses and other buildings, abandoned roads and even a ghost forest (Neskowin Ghost Forest). Just in time for spooky season, these once thriving or occupied structures and locations remain with the mark of past human presence; now discarded or neglected. This exhibition will bring together images of the “abandoned” from all over the region.

Clackamas County Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night Clackamas County Fairgrounds: 694 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013

Time: 7-10 pm. Check website for extended hours.

Address: 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-754-4171

Fri-Sun 7-10pm, check websites for Extended Dates and Times. Clackamas Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night offers the only customizable haunt in Oregon. Each group of guests can change their experience from terrifying to family friendly. The Willamette River Valley has a long and dark history that few speak about. Old fisherman report sightings along the rivers: Eldritch robed figures skulking and gibbering. Strange miasmic fogs. Something large with an elongated neck, striking like lightning near drownings. Now nets and fishing lines are breaking or pulling up things so revulsive, the finders only gawk and flee babbling. The mystery deepens but hope flickers in sightings of a girl in a long white dress with a single softly glowing candle who guides the lost to safety. HAUNT JR: For families with children 10 and under, the first hour on select nights is Haunt Jr, a more brightly lit and friendly attraction to provide only laughter and delight. $25/$20 Haunt Jr

Clackamas County Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night Clackamas County Fairgrounds: 694 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013

Time: 7-10 pm. Check website for extended hours.

Address: 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-754-4171

Fri-Sun 7-10pm, check websites for Extended Dates and Times. Clackamas Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night offers the only customizable haunt in Oregon. Each group of guests can change their experience from terrifying to family friendly. The Willamette River Valley has a long and dark history that few speak about. Old fisherman report sightings along the rivers: Eldritch robed figures skulking and gibbering. Strange miasmic fogs. Something large with an elongated neck, striking like lightning near drownings. Now nets and fishing lines are breaking or pulling up things so revulsive, the finders only gawk and flee babbling. The mystery deepens but hope flickers in sightings of a girl in a long white dress with a single softly glowing candle who guides the lost to safety. HAUNT JR: For families with children 10 and under, the first hour on select nights is Haunt Jr, a more brightly lit and friendly attraction to provide only laughter and delight. $25/$20 Haunt Jr

ARTspace Gallery: Abandoned ARTspace Gallery

Address: 380 A Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97068
Phone: 503-675-3738

The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like logging and mining. As a result, our landscape is dotted with abandoned human-made places and structures that were once thriving. There are a number of gold rush ghost towns, ship wrecks off the coast (the Peter Iredale), empty farm houses and other buildings, abandoned roads and even a ghost forest (Neskowin Ghost Forest). Just in time for spooky season, these once thriving or occupied structures and locations remain with the mark of past human presence; now discarded or neglected. This exhibition will bring together images of the “abandoned” from all over the region.

Clackamas County Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night Clackamas County Fairgrounds: 694 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013

Time: 7-10 pm. Check website for extended hours.

Address: 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-754-4171

Fri-Sun 7-10pm, check websites for Extended Dates and Times. Clackamas Scare Fair | Haunted House with Creatures of the Night offers the only customizable haunt in Oregon. Each group of guests can change their experience from terrifying to family friendly. The Willamette River Valley has a long and dark history that few speak about. Old fisherman report sightings along the rivers: Eldritch robed figures skulking and gibbering. Strange miasmic fogs. Something large with an elongated neck, striking like lightning near drownings. Now nets and fishing lines are breaking or pulling up things so revulsive, the finders only gawk and flee babbling. The mystery deepens but hope flickers in sightings of a girl in a long white dress with a single softly glowing candle who guides the lost to safety. HAUNT JR: For families with children 10 and under, the first hour on select nights is Haunt Jr, a more brightly lit and friendly attraction to provide only laughter and delight. $25/$20 Haunt Jr

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ARTspace Gallery: Abandoned
Thursday, Sep 23, 2021
ARTspace Gallery
380 A Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97068
Occurs: Every week on Sunday Thursday, until October 28, 2021
The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like logging and mining. As a result,...Read More
Out in the Garden Nursery
Colors of Fall Festival
Saturday, Sep 25, 2021
Cascade Nursery Trail
Molalla, 97038
Occurs: Every day until September 26, 2021
Gardens throughout the Cascade Nursery Trail open their doors to celebrate fall and give a last chance for plant purchases. 10am - 5pm each day. Late season gala brings glowing...Read More
Swan Island Dahlias fields
Dahlia Care Lecture with Nicholas & Heather of Swan Island Dahlias
Saturday, Sep 25, 2021
Swan Island Dahlia Farm
995 NW 22nd Ave, Canby, 97013
Dahlia Culture! Learn the process of growing stunning dahlias. Nicholas, the owner of Swan Island Dahlias, and Heather will give you expert advice on growing beautiful dahlias. They will cover...Read More
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