EVENTS

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, plus holiday happenings at Christmas tree farms. 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. 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. See below for upcoming events, or click the links in the text above for more information on some of our seasonal favorite activities.

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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Beginner's Drawing Workshop Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Join Gail Johnson for this 6 week beginner's drawing workshop. Bring your enthusiasm to grow as an artist as you learn foundational drawing skills that will equip you to create successful drawings and paintings. You'll also participate in some fun exercises that will stretch your mind, expand your abilities, and open your eyes to new ways to enjoy your creativity. The fee covers the cost for ALL 6 weeks. What you will learn: Basics of drawing Basics to portraiture Fun projects throughout the 6 week workshop Class Supply List (You are responsible for purchasing these items): 18x24 Drawing Tablet - not news print 18 inch ruler (yard stick cut in half) Soft erasers (pink or white) Kneaded eraser (2) 5B pencils Pencil sharpener Please note that no food or beverages are included in the ticket cost. You are free to bring beverages to the class. Age: 13 and Up Class Dates: January 11, 18, 25, 2023 and February 1, 8, 15, 2023 (all classes begin at 6:30 pm) Cost: $130 (for all 6 classes)

Ledding Library Lecture Series - The Volunteers Milwaukie Ledding Library 10660 SE 21st Ave Milwaukie, OR 97222

Time: 6 - 8pm

Address: 10660 SE 21st Ave, Milwaukie, OR 97222-2775
Phone: 971-202-6100

Milwaukie Historical Society along with its partners City of Milwaukie, Ledding Library, and Willamette Falls Studio are proud to present the Ledding Library Lecture Series. Join us Wednesday February 1st starting at 6pm at the Ledding Library for The Volunteers. Come and explore the ins and outs, the good and the bad, and the successes of the experts that have shaped Milwaukie through out the years. Our special guests are Volunteers of the Year: 2021 Brandi Johnson, 2020 Hamid Shibata Bennett, 2018 Greg Hemer, 2017 Lisa Gunion-Rinker, 2016 Joel Bergman, and 2014 Alicia Hamilton. This exciting program is not only to encourage involvement within our City, but also answer questions you may have on how to become a volunteer. We will also have a special presentation from Councilor Stavenjord and tribute to Ed Zumwalt. If you can not make it in person, join us on Zoom or watch later on Comcast Channel 30 or Milwaukie Heritage Channel on You Tube. For more information visit Milwaukie History Museum on Facebook or the City Calendar.

Learn the Art of Needle Felting - Heart-full Garland Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 1 - 4pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Beginner friendly workshop! Class description: Come learn how to do this unique and relaxing fiber art also known as soft sculpture. Needle felting transforms soft, colorful sheep’s wool into 3D sculptures using a special sharp barbed needle. I will teach you how to use these needles safely so you can create a Heart-full Garland. In this class you will have the opportunity to make up to 7 hearts as time allows. What you will learn: General overview of needle felting tools and wools Core wool and how to color with wool Wool layering and shaping Wools to create shapes Multi needle tool Fine needles for details What’s provided: I will provide the wool and tools you need for your creation including an almost 6’ long pre-strung garland. I also have some fun new wool colors for you to play with for your hearts. Warning: Needle felting is fun, stress relieving, and quite addictive. I look forward to sharing this fun art with you.

Beginner's Drawing Workshop Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Join Gail Johnson for this 6 week beginner's drawing workshop. Bring your enthusiasm to grow as an artist as you learn foundational drawing skills that will equip you to create successful drawings and paintings. You'll also participate in some fun exercises that will stretch your mind, expand your abilities, and open your eyes to new ways to enjoy your creativity. The fee covers the cost for ALL 6 weeks. What you will learn: Basics of drawing Basics to portraiture Fun projects throughout the 6 week workshop Class Supply List (You are responsible for purchasing these items): 18x24 Drawing Tablet - not news print 18 inch ruler (yard stick cut in half) Soft erasers (pink or white) Kneaded eraser (2) 5B pencils Pencil sharpener Please note that no food or beverages are included in the ticket cost. You are free to bring beverages to the class. Age: 13 and Up Class Dates: January 11, 18, 25, 2023 and February 1, 8, 15, 2023 (all classes begin at 6:30 pm) Cost: $130 (for all 6 classes)

Learn the Art of Needle Felting - Valentine's Day Cactus Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 5 - 8:30pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Beginner friendly workshop Ages: 16 and Up (all materials included) Class description: Come learn how to do this unique and relaxing fiber art also known as soft sculpture. Needle felting transforms soft, colorful sheep’s wool into 3D sculptures using a special sharp barbed needle. I will teach you how to use these needles safely so you can create a Valentines day cactus. Invite some of your BFF’s to join you for a night out to and make this cute Valentines Day cactus gift. Your cactus will be approximately 7 inches tall including the pot. What you will learn: General overview of needle felting tools and wools Core wool and how to color with wool Wool layering and shaping Attaching wool shapes to each other Tools to create shapes Multi needle tool Fine needles for details What’s provided: I will provide the wool and tools you need for your creation including a small terracotta pot to plant your wool creation in.

Learn About Arthropods That Woo Their Valentine and Make a Peacock Spider Card Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 1 - 2pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Age: 6 and up From dances to gift giving, some insects and spiders have creative ways of asking the age-old question “Will you be my Valentine?” Join us for an afternoon of fun where we will learn all about arthropods that woo their valentine. After the lesson we will make peacock spider valentines. These spiders do a very intricate and flashy dance for their sweetheart. We will have all kinds of craft foam, paper, glitter, pipe cleaners and much more so that you can make your spider as fancy as you wish! Parents are welcome to join their children. About the instructor: Heather Andrews is a research entomologist at Oregon State University. She works at a university extension office in Aurora where she studies growing practices in orchard crops that minimize their negative impact on the environment while maximizing yield. In her free time she makes jewelry, draws and also plays the harp.

Treat Yourself Sip & Shop Market Triskelee Farm

Time: 1 - 5 pm

Address: 29700 SW MOUNTAIN RD, WEST LINN, OR 97068
Phone: 503-741-9930

Bring that special person(s) and Treat Yourself at our Sip & Shop Valentines Market! We’ll have lots of local vendors, tasty treats, massages, bottle service, fun photo ops, food, and more! Grab your friends or significant other and come on over Saturday February 11th from 1-5pm! Dress warm the barn can get chilly! Free to get in. We'll also have some cute farm animals to pet!

Beginner's Drawing Workshop Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Join Gail Johnson for this 6 week beginner's drawing workshop. Bring your enthusiasm to grow as an artist as you learn foundational drawing skills that will equip you to create successful drawings and paintings. You'll also participate in some fun exercises that will stretch your mind, expand your abilities, and open your eyes to new ways to enjoy your creativity. The fee covers the cost for ALL 6 weeks. What you will learn: Basics of drawing Basics to portraiture Fun projects throughout the 6 week workshop Class Supply List (You are responsible for purchasing these items): 18x24 Drawing Tablet - not news print 18 inch ruler (yard stick cut in half) Soft erasers (pink or white) Kneaded eraser (2) 5B pencils Pencil sharpener Please note that no food or beverages are included in the ticket cost. You are free to bring beverages to the class. Age: 13 and Up Class Dates: January 11, 18, 25, 2023 and February 1, 8, 15, 2023 (all classes begin at 6:30 pm) Cost: $130 (for all 6 classes)

Decorate a Native Bee House and Start Your Own Mason Bee Colony Art-O-Maddic Gallery

Time: 1 - 2pm

Address: 181 North Grant Street, Suite 107, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-2787

Age: 6 and up Join us for a fun-filled workshop Saturday March 11th from 1-2pm at Art-O-Maddic where we’ll learn all about native bees. These insects play essential roles in maintaining a balanced ecosystem, and are important for pollinating all kinds of plants. But did you know that we have over 4,000 native bees right here in North America, and that many species nest in the ground or plant stems? We’ll start out the class with a lesson on the different types of native bees here in the Willamette Valley, and the various kinds of habitat they need. Then we will decorate mason bee houses. Students will also receive several mason bee cocoons to start their own colony, seed packets to plant native flowers in their yard, and a poster with the different native bees found right here in Oregon. About the instructor: Heather Andrews is a research entomologist at Oregon State University. She works at a university extension office in Aurora where she studies growing practices in orchard

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