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  1. Estacada Summer Celebration

    The Estacada Summer Celebration began in 2000 when the local arts commission recognized the need to celebrate the local ArtBack Artists’ annual painting of murals.  It has grown into a wonderful, free celebration of art and music. The townspeople celebrate the unique, diverse flavor of…

    Location: Broadway, Estacada, OR 97023
  2. First Friday, Hood River

    First Friday lets visitors see the diversity of the Hood River area: fruits, music, arts, literature, all in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. There are musicians of all ages, diverse artistic endeavors, good food to nibble and local produce to enjoy. Get a taste of the Hood River area by…

    Location: Oak Street, Hood River, OR 97031
  3. Flying Turtle Gallery

    The Flying Turtle Gallery is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range.  The gallery offers a unique blend of work from a select group of artists who reside in the Central Cascades.  The art is varied in style and media, with much of…

    Location: 47488 Highway 58, Oakridge, OR 97463
  4. Gallery Without Walls

    The Gallery Without Walls outdoor sculpture exhibition adds color, form, texture and diverse content to the streets of downtown Lake Oswego. Open 24/7 and free to all, the unique gallery brings art into the lives of citizens and visitors – as a destination for a…

    Location: A Avenue , Lake Oswego, OR 97034
  5. Gorge White House

    The Gorge White House is a unique “agri-cultural” experience that blends a historic structure, agricultural heritage of the valley, art and wine.  The owner grew up in the home and is a fourth-generation orchardist with a wealth of knowledge about the orchard industry. The Gorge…

    Location: 2265 Highway 35, Hood River, OR
  6. Historic downtown Centralia

    Imagine an entire downtown listed on the National Register of Historic Places and you have found Centralia.  Restored early-1900s buildings now house City Hall, an antiques mall, and a railroad depot in this century-old district where stagecoaches once trod. Tower Avenue is lined with antique…

    Location: 12-block area between RR tracks, Pearl, Center and Walnut, Centralia, WA 98591
  7. In the Spirit: Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival

    In the Spirit: Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival, is one of the few Native American fine arts outdoor markets hosted in the Pacific Northwest and is held annually in August. Visitors have the opportunity to see the latest trends in Native American art as…

    Location: 1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402
  8. Living Rock Studio

    The unique Living Rock Studio celebrates the beauty, natural wonders, history and geological diversity of its “Over the River and through the Woods Scenic Byway” location. Visionary artist Howard Taylor and his family have welcomed visitors for the last 23 years.  More than 800 tons of Oregon stone went…

    Location: 911 W. Bishop Way (Oregon State Hwy 228), Brownsville, OR 97327
  9. Longhouse Education and Cultural Center

    Learn about the many cultures and regional Native communities that collaborated on the design and construction of this center—attend a Native arts fair, hear Northwest story tellers, or watch a Tsimshian Fourth Generation dance performance at The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at Evergreen State…

    Location: 2700 NW Evergreen Parkway, Olympia, WA 98505
  10. Lorang Fine Art and Gorge-ous Gifts

    Lorang Fine Art and Gorge-ous Gifts offers art and gifts found only in the Columbia River Gorge. The shop supports local artists, and the owners are very active in the community. One of the owners, Brad Lorang, is the mayor of Cascade Locks, and co-owner Deb…

    Location: 96 SW Wa Na Pa St., Cascade Locks, OR 97014
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