EVENTS

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 colors at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival. 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. 

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GardenPalooza At Fir Point Farms
If you'd like to bring a little spring feeling to your home, you'll love the 18th annual GardenPalooza event at Fir Point Farms in Aurora. Its a huge gathering with more than 40 vendors showcasing hun...
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Guided Fishing Adventures In Mt. Hood Territory
There's not much that compares to the feeling of being out on a beautiful body of water, enjoying the scenery and company of friends and/or family, and then suddenly feeling that telltale tug on your...
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Guided Fishing Trip near Mt. Hood
4 Big Ski Events Coming Up On Mt. Hood
Mt. Hood Skibowl and Timberline Lodge & Ski Area boast several annual ski events in March that are quite unique and always entertaining. (Hint: Note the image above.) Mark your calendars and get up to...
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Tulip Festival Signals Spring
36th Annual Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival: Opening March 20, 2020! The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival signals the arrival of spring in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. I know because my news feed fills up with g...
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Field of multicolor tulips with blue & white windmill against an approaching storm dark sky at Wood Shoe Tulip Festival
Winter Wine Tasting Itineraries
Winter at the wineries of Mt. Hood Territory brings Cellar Season. As wines age quietly in barrel rooms, this is a great time to visit area wineries during a less busy season and spend a little more t...
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Wine Glass by the fire at Whiskey Hill
Tour Winter Hidden Gems By Snowshoe
For some people, fresh snow means time to curl up in front of a fire and snuggle with a loved one. For others, it means time to strap on some snowshoes and head out to explore the beauty of a world co...
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Hope on the Slopes - Ski & Ride for a Cure Mt Hood Skibowl

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

Ski & Ride for the Cure fundraiser event is back once again at Mt Hood Skibowl to make a stand against cancer. Participants test their endurance skiing and riding for 24 hours while competing for individual and team prizes. That’s right… it goes all night long! Not only will you make a difference participating in the event, you will experience riding after the mountain closes and watching the sunset and sunrise on beautiful Mt. Hood.

The Odd Couple Lakewood Theatre Company

Address: 368 South State St., Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Phone: 503-635-3901

Felix, an uptight neat freak journalist, is thrown out by his wife and moves in with his friend Oscar, a slovenly sportswriter. The two must learn to get along as roommates, as Felix's neuroticism and Oscar's carelessness hilariously clash in Simon's classic comedy. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Full Moon Snowshoe Hotel Package Timberline Lodge & Ski Area

Address: 27500 E Timberline Rd, Government Camp, 97028
Phone: 503-272-3410

Book a full moon snowshoe lodging package at Timberline Lodge and explore the open fields and forests of Mt. Hood with a guide on a magical full moon evening. Package includes lodging and snowshoe rental for 2, beginning at $280. Book online or by phone.

Arts Council presents Drink & Draw - All Things Zine 510 Museum and Art Space

Address: 510 1st St, Lake Oswego, 97034
Phone: 503-675-3738

This workshop, taught by Kate Bingaman-Burt, will channel inspiration, ideation, printing tips, troubleshooting, and file set-up for each participant, along with taking a zine creation home. Participants will leave with new tools on how to make zines and how to publish their work. Food and beverages are included and are part of the fun evening. The cost is $60 each and sign up is on the Arts Council website. The event will be held at the ACLO event space located at 41 B Avenue, Lake Oswego. Seating is limited, register online.

The Odd Couple Lakewood Theatre Company

Address: 368 South State St., Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Phone: 503-635-3901

Felix, an uptight neat freak journalist, is thrown out by his wife and moves in with his friend Oscar, a slovenly sportswriter. The two must learn to get along as roommates, as Felix's neuroticism and Oscar's carelessness hilariously clash in Simon's classic comedy. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Vanya and Sonia and Masha Sandy Actors Theatre

Address: 39181 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, 97055
Phone: 503-668-6834

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is a comedy play revolving around the relationships of three middle-aged single siblings, two of whom live together, and takes place during a surprise visit by the third, Masha, who supports them. The visit throws the normally quiet household into utter upheaval as its residents and visitors get swept up in an intoxicating mixture of lust, rivalry, regret, and the sudden possibility of escape.Some of the show's elements were derived from works of Anton Chekhov, including several character names, the play's setting in a cherry orchard, and the theme of the possible loss of an ancestral home. Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Family Folk Dance Hoedown End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Address: 1726 Washington Street, Oregon City, OR 97045

Learn fun, simple folk dances, as well as how the culture, history, and lifestyle of the Oregon Trail pioneers are reflected in their traditional dances. Alene Hochstetter of "Passport to Dance" will teach visitors of all ages folk dances like the Virginia Reel and Heel Toe Polka. Dance in the steps of pioneers to experience history in a new way. Saturdays 11am-1pm.

The Odd Couple Lakewood Theatre Company

Address: 368 South State St., Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Phone: 503-635-3901

Felix, an uptight neat freak journalist, is thrown out by his wife and moves in with his friend Oscar, a slovenly sportswriter. The two must learn to get along as roommates, as Felix's neuroticism and Oscar's carelessness hilariously clash in Simon's classic comedy. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Vanya and Sonia and Masha Sandy Actors Theatre

Address: 39181 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, 97055
Phone: 503-668-6834

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is a comedy play revolving around the relationships of three middle-aged single siblings, two of whom live together, and takes place during a surprise visit by the third, Masha, who supports them. The visit throws the normally quiet household into utter upheaval as its residents and visitors get swept up in an intoxicating mixture of lust, rivalry, regret, and the sudden possibility of escape.Some of the show's elements were derived from works of Anton Chekhov, including several character names, the play's setting in a cherry orchard, and the theme of the possible loss of an ancestral home. Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

The Home Orchard Society's Fruit Propagation Fair Clackamas County Fair & Rodeo

Address: 694 NE 4th Avenue, Canby, OR 97013
Phone: 503-338-8479

join in the fun of growing fruit at home! Find hundreds of varieties of free scions and cuttings at this grafting paradise. Come early for the best selection of free cuttings of apple, pear, quince, plum and cherry, or choose custom grafting by experts for $5. More fruit and berry plants available for purchase, plus get advice from the experts on how to grow delicious fruit.

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Pioneer woman, End of the Oregon Trail
Beneath It All: Did She Really Wear That On The Oregon Trail
Saturday, Feb 29, 2020
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
1726 Washington Street, Oregon City, 97045
Living history presenter Marge Harding will share secrets of Victorian undergarments. Using original undergarment artifacts, the story will be told and secrets "exposed" about the necessity and significance of the...Read More
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