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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 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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Haunted Happenings in Mt. Hood Territory
Halloween brings out the kid in all of us and the joy that comes from being spooked. Luckily some great experiences have been created in Mt. Hood Territory allowing you to extend the fun all month lon...
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Rocky Smith, local historian and paranormal investigator leads a group on a night tour of spooky sites in Oregon City.
Pumpkin Fests Are The Best
Fall in Mt. Hood Territory means pumpkin spiced everything is on the market. And, you can’t have the spice without the pumpkin. Fortunately, we have a lot of farms here with some pretty awesome pump...
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Blonde cherub faced toddler in floral hoodie sits among hundreds of orange pumpkins at Wooden Shoe Farm's pumpkin patch.
Fall Harvest Event Happenings in Mt. Hood Territory
Just a short, 30-minute drive from Portland, travelers find a bounty on the Oregon Farm Loops in Mt. Hood Territory. Enjoy an autumn day exploring the harvests happening throughout the Willamette Vall...
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Mt. Hood and Pumpkins fall harvest festival
Farm Loops Guide You to the Source of Local Things to Love
Mt. Hood Territory is bursting with amazing farms offering soul-nourishing experiences, and we are very proud of that. And we aren't kidding when we categorize it as "bursting" since three of the four...
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Field and Vine Dinners are a foodie paradise
People are becoming much more concerned with what they eat. They like to know what goes into their food, and know where those ingredients came from. With Field and Vine Dinners, fine dining enthusias...
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White aproned, young woman server with large tray of delicious desserts at Pete's Mountain Vineyard Dinner in the Field
Thanksgiving Weekend Wine Tasting in Mt. Hood Territory
The leaves are falling and the season changing in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and many families have traditions they look forward to every year, like making...
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Two rows of vineyard grapevines cast shadows on the long stretch of dirt pathway between them.
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Charbonneau Art Festival Charbonneau Country Club

Address: 32000 SW Charbonneau Dr., Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: 503-329-7334

The 2-day Charbonneau Art Festival at the Charbonneau Country Club features artisans from all over the Portland Metro area and beyond. The art show is free to the public, and weekend festivities will include live music from local artists.

Oregon - Uncommon Facts & Unique Information with Author Steve Arndt End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Address: 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: 503-657-9336

How many waterfalls are there in Oregon? Who was the first US President to visit the state of Oregon? Who was the first known victim of a shark bite in Oregon? Author Steve Arndt will share the answers to these questions and hundreds more at this presentation of his newest book, beginning at noon. Entertaining and interesting for all who read it, Oregon – Uncommon Facts & Unique Information prompts a spirit of adventure, head scratching, and comments of “I did not know that!” on every page.

Shakespeare in Love Lakewood Theatre Company

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

Young Will Shakespeare is grappling with writer’s block while working on his new play, Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter. Inspiration strikes when he meets Viola, a clever and beautiful aristocrat with a dangerous secret. Against the bustling background of Victorian London, Will love for Viola blossoms and inspires him to write his greatest masterpiece yet. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Volunteer Talk - Slot Car Racing World of Speed Motorsports Museum

Address: 27490 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: 503-563-6444

Join World of Speed volunteer Greg Petrolati presents a brief history of slot car racing from its early beginnings to the present. Slot cars have existed ever since standard race cars could inspire them to be built. Greg’s talk will cover the beginning of the hobby from the turn of the last century through its heyday in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, to where the sport is today.

Charbonneau Art Festival Charbonneau Country Club

Address: 32000 SW Charbonneau Dr., Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: 503-329-7334

The 2-day Charbonneau Art Festival at the Charbonneau Country Club features artisans from all over the Portland Metro area and beyond. The art show is free to the public, and weekend festivities will include live music from local artists.

Shakespeare in Love Lakewood Theatre Company

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

Young Will Shakespeare is grappling with writer’s block while working on his new play, Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter. Inspiration strikes when he meets Viola, a clever and beautiful aristocrat with a dangerous secret. Against the bustling background of Victorian London, Will love for Viola blossoms and inspires him to write his greatest masterpiece yet. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Native American Craft Class End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Address: 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: 503-657-9336

November is Native American Heritage Month, and you can spend it learning cultural knowledge in the traditions of Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. These drop-in classes occur Mondays and Fridays in November from 1 to 4 PM. Using authentic, natural materials, you can make a hide bag, cedar bark rose or ornament, or a beaded necklace. The variety of craft options for a wide range of skill levels makes this a fun opportunity for the whole family. Classes will be interwoven with stories of the tribal traditions and lifeways of Oregon’s First People.

Native American Craft Class End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Address: 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: 503-657-9336

November is Native American Heritage Month, and you can spend it learning cultural knowledge in the traditions of Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. These drop-in classes occur Mondays and Fridays in November from 1 to 4 PM. Using authentic, natural materials, you can make a hide bag, cedar bark rose or ornament, or a beaded necklace. The variety of craft options for a wide range of skill levels makes this a fun opportunity for the whole family. Classes will be interwoven with stories of the tribal traditions and lifeways of Oregon’s First People.

Shakespeare in Love Lakewood Theatre Company

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

Young Will Shakespeare is grappling with writer’s block while working on his new play, Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter. Inspiration strikes when he meets Viola, a clever and beautiful aristocrat with a dangerous secret. Against the bustling background of Victorian London, Will love for Viola blossoms and inspires him to write his greatest masterpiece yet. Shows Friday - Sunday, see website for showtimes and ticketing.

Exhibit Opening - Mustang World of Speed Motorsports Museum

Address: 27490 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: 503-563-6444

Visit World of Speed’s latest exhibit, “Mustang,” for its grand opening. The Ford Mustang is one of the most beloved and successful American cars of all time. Designed to appeal to the automotive market of the mid-1960s – particularly the growing class of young working women – it took the form of a compact, affordable, and sporty car. Released halfway through 1964, the Mustang was an instant hit and after more than five decades in constant production, is one of the best-selling cars in history.

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Northwest Ghost TOurs
Oregon City Ghost Tours
Friday, Oct 18, 2019
Oregon City
Oregon City, OR 97045
Occurs: Every week on Friday until October 25, 2019
Rocky Smith, a lifelong resident of Oregon City has become well known as a local historian and paranormal investigator. Tour the historic houses at the end of the Oregon Trail...Read More
Sandy Library Haunt "A New Chapter" with Creatures of the Night
Friday, Oct 18, 2019
Sandy Library
17255 Smith Ave, Sandy, OR 97055
Occurs: Every week on Friday Saturday, until October 26, 2019
Terror comes to the Sandy Library in the form of a full walk-through haunted attraction with terrifying monsters, live actors and incredible effects, brought to you by the City of...Read More
The High Life, Lost Treasures Series at Lakewood Theatre
The High Life
Friday, Oct 18, 2019
Lakewood Theatre Company
368 South State St., Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Occurs: Every week on Sunday Friday, Saturday, until October 19, 2019
Presented as a part of the Lost Treasures Collection, an award-winning series of rarely performed musicals. This season's theme is "Barbara, Barbara, Barbra," honoring the women who originated their roles...Read More
Grapes at the All About Fruit Show from the Home Orchard Society
All About Fruit Show
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Clackamas County Fairgrounds
694 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013
Crisp Fall air has returned once again and The Home Orchard Society is inviting you to the annual All About Fruit Show! Attendees will be able to sample and experience...Read More
Rustic wooden, open beamed Barrel House tasting room with stocked trout pond sits among rows of grapes at Tumwater Vineyard
Field & Vine Dinners: Tumwater VIneyards w/ TMK Creamery
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Tumwater Vineyard
375 SW Barrel House Way, West Linn, OR 97068
Expert chefs pair locally sourced food with regional wines, highlighting the freshest ingredients in a 6-7 course family style dinner held at featured farms and wineries in the Field &...Read More
Halloween Haunted Fantasy Trail at Wenzel Farm
Halloween Fantasy Trail
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Wenzel Farm
19754 S Ridge Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
Occurs: Every week on Sunday Saturday, until October 27, 2019
Take a Halloween walk through a lighted, wooded "Fantasy Trail" decorated with spooky sights and sounds. Walk through a 40 ft. castle filled with Halloween scenes. You will also encounter...Read More
giant pumpkin carving at Fir Point Farms
Harvest Time at Fir Point Farms
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Fir Point Farms
14601 Arndt Rd., Aurora, OR 97002
Occurs: Every week on Sunday Saturday, until October 27, 2019
Fall at the farm is all about having a great time with family! Pick your own pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. There will be many fun activities every weekend including...Read More
People seated at outdoor tables at Terra Vina Wines preparing for a special dinner
Monthly Wine Dinner at the Vineyard
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
Terra Vina Wines
33750 SW Ladd Hill Rd, Wilsonville, OR 97070
Dine on 5 delicious courses prepared by Chef Drew Stark served with your favorite bold reds from Terra Vina Wines. Dinner starts at 7pm. $85/person. Reservations required - please email...Read More
Motorsports Hall of Fame at World of Speed
NW Motorsports Hall of Fame
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
World of Speed Motorsports Museum
27490 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070
The NW Motorsports Hall of Fame celebrates the racers, designers, managers, and more that have helped make the Pacific Northwest’s long, storied motorsports history possible. World of Speed will honor...Read More
World of Speed Spooktacular
Spooktacular
Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
World of Speed Motorsports Museum
27490 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070
Dress in costume and join World of Speed for an afternoon of Halloween fun! Take part in a costume parade, explore the haunted auto shop, race pumpkins in the Great...Read More
Clackamette Mineral and Gem Club Rock Show
Clackamette Mineral and Gem Club Rock Show
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
Clackamas County Event Center
694 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013
Occurs: Every day until October 27, 2019
The Clackamette Mineral and Gem Club invites you to the 55th annual gem and mineral show. Join enthusiastic rock hounds of all ages from all walks of life. Activities for...Read More
Crosstoberfest
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
Luscher Farm
125 Rosemont Rd, West Linn, OR 97068
Fun adventure bicycle course around Luscher Farm grounds and surrounding area. ...Read More
Long table of guests enjoy Our Table Cooperative's farm brunch with sun umbrellas and twinkle lights in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Diwali Dinner
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
Our Table Cooperative
13390 SW Morgan Rd, Sherwood, OR 97140
In honor of the Indian festival of Diwali, Our Table Cooperative founder Narendra Varma will prepare a fabulous home-cooked Indian meal. Vegetarian and gluten-free option available. Tickets $105/person, 21+...Read More
Three bottles of Pinot Noir and a glass of Pinot rest in front of a wooden wine box at Campbell Lane Winery's tasting room
Field & Vine Dinners: Campbell Lane Winery w/ Tranquil Farm and Pitch Dark Chocolate
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
Campbell Lane Winery
27411 SW Campbell Lane, West Linn, OR 97068
Expert chefs pair locally sourced food with regional wines, highlighting the freshest ingredients in a 6-7 course family style dinner held at featured farms and wineries in the Field &...Read More
Two young boys in pioneer era clothing showcased in eerie lighting volunteer at Haunted Farm event at Philip Foster Farm
Haunted Farm
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
Philip Foster Farm
22725 SE Eagle Creek Rd., Eagle Creek, OR 97022
The pioneers may not have celebrated Halloween, but there are spooky stories to be told at Philip Foster Farm. Learn about some of the ghostly characters of Eagle Creek's past....Read More
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center exterior with rainbow going over the covered wagon frame
Victorian Mourning - Unveiling the Rules, Regulations and Realities
Saturday, Oct 26, 2019
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045
Living history presenter Marge Harding will share the elaborate and strict mourning rituals of 19th-century Americans. The people of the 19th century transformed grief into an art form, complete with...Read More
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