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  1. Lord Leebrick Theatre Compnay

    This little theatre in Eugene does amazing work. Outside of big cities like Seattle and Portland, there’s no theatre like it.  Visitors are always encouraged to give back through time or donations to special projects. Educational services are offered to high school students and adults.  Talkbacks…

    Location: 540 Charnelton, Eugene, OR 97401
  2. Lubbesmeyer Studio and Gallery

    The Lubbesmeyer twins, Lori and Lisa, create unusual art in an unusual way.  Their work resembles painting, but they use fabric instead of paint.  Bits of fabric are stitched onto the work much like layers of brushstrokes.  Their medium is striking and uncommon, but more…

    Location: 450 SW Powerhouse Drive, Suite 423 (2nd Story Loft), Bend, OR 97702
  3. Maryhill Museum of Art

    Come explore Maryhill Museum’s world-class collection of art ranging from early 20th century European works to an extensive Native American collection. Set in a castle-like chateau on a stunning 6,000-acre site overlooking the scenic Columbia River Gorge, Maryhill Museum is one of the Pacific Northwest’s…

    Location: 35 Maryhill Drive, WA 98620
  4. Maryhill Winery

    The afternoon sun filters through the grape arbor overhead as you sip your syrah and survey the mountains and gorge from the expansive deck. Award-winning wines draw you to the tasting room, and modestly-priced bottles make the decision of which vintages to buy—and how many—a…

    Location: 9774 Hwy 14, Goldendale, WA 98620
  5. McGillicuddy’s

    McGillicuddy’s is a family-owned and operated dining establishment located on Highway 58 in Oakridge. It is distinguished by a huge bugling elk on the west side of the building. The establishment was built in 1950 and housed several businesses over the years, including an old thrift store.…

    Location: 47772 Hwy 58, Oakridge, OR 97463
  6. Morton Roxy Theatre

    Find the charming Roxy Theater in Morton. This newly renovated 1930’s theatre continues to captivate audiences through song, dance and acting. The original theatre was built in the early 1900’s by Thomas Hopgood who became Morton’s first mayor. The theater burned down with the rest…

    Location: Morton , WA 98356
  7. Mount Hood Huckleberry Festival and Barlow Trail Days

    This annual festival was established in 1992 to educate the public that natural resources such as wild salmon and wild mushroom  habitats need to be preserved, respected, nurtured and restored to have these heritage resources around for future generations.  The festival approach is educational and…

    Location: 65000 E. U.S. Highway 26, Brightwood, OR 97067
  8. Murals of Estacada

    The ArtBack Artists’ Cooperative was formed in 1992 by nine professional artists who joined together for a local exhibition.  Overwhelmed by the tremendous support for their first show, they realized they had the opportunity to play a major role in shaping the future of visual…

    Location: Estacada, OR 97023
  9. My Own Two Hands

    Sisters has an amazing ability to support a variety of the arts — painting, music, sculpture, photography, dance, fiber arts (quilting), etc. — then get together to celebrate the works with the whole town.  Sisters is diverse in its arts, yet supportive of all artists. Attending the…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  10. Olympia Farmers Market

    The Olympia Farmers Market is the social hub of Olympia for 9 months of the year with entertainment and the finest array of farm fresh products from South Sound farmers, artisans and crafts people. Approximately 45-50 vendors market offer a range of products from farm…

    Location: 700 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501
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