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  1. Oregon Jamboree

    The Oregon Jamboree is the Northwest’s premier Country music and camping festival, started in 1992. Located in the foothills of the scenic Cascade Mountains, the festival takes place in a seven-acre, park-like setting bordered by Sankey Park and the historic Weddle Covered Bridge. It is known for…

    Location: 860 18th Avenue , Sweet Home , OR 97386
  2. Oregon Shakespeare Festival

    Oregon Shakespeare Festival celebrates its 75th year in 2010. The organization traces its roots back to the Chautauqua movement and has the oldest existing Elizabethan stage in the Western hemisphere, built on the site of the 1893 Chautauqua dome. The Tony Award-winning OSF is among the…

    Location: 15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, OR 97520
  3. Oregon State Fair

    The Oregon State Fair celebrates Oregon and serves as a gathering place for Oregonians. The fair showcases Oregon products and people; educates and communicates to the citizens of Oregon about the needs, issues and context of the key industries of the state of Oregon, with…

    Location: 2330 17th Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
  4. Procession of the Species Celebration

    Described as the “crown jewel” and the “quintessential event” characterizing the personality of Olympia, the Procession of the Species Celebration is an annual, region-wide Earth Day pageant where the languages of art, music, and dance culminate in a joyful (if not outlandish!) expression of environmental…

    Location: Downtown, Olympia, WA 98501
  5. Raymond Carver Writing Festival/Memorial

    Raymond “Clevie” Carver, Jr. (1938-1988) was an American poet and writer known for the revitalization of the “short story” form in the late 20th century.  He was the author of 10 books of short stories and poetry, including “Where I’m Calling From: New and Selected Stories,” “Cathedral,” “Will You…

    Location: Community Education Center, 555 SW Bryant St., Clatskanie, OR 97016
  6. Recycled Spirits of Iron

    A sculpture garden of animals large and small, fashioned out of found, recycled wood and metal by local artisan, Dan Klennert. One of the more unique attractions in the Central Cascades area, this sculpture garden is a highlight in the Mt. Rainier National Park area. Interpretive…

    Location: 22410 State Route 706 East, Ashford, WA
  7. Red Oak Glass

    This working glass-blowing hot shop features expert artisans, and beautiful things are being created here all the time. The artists are generous with their time and knowledge. They love the history of the art as well as the present-day form. Visiting Red Oak Glass is definitely an educational…

    Location: 234 Front St, Central Point , OR 97502
  8. Sandy Mountain Festival

    The Sandy Mountain Festival is an arts and crafts festival held since 1973, dedicated to promoting art in the Sandy and Mt. Hood area.  The festival boasts nearly 150 artists, both local and regional, displaying their unique art in a natural setting.  Winding pathways through…

    Location: Meinig Memorial Park, Sandy, OR 97055
  9. Sisters Art Scene

    Sisters, Oregon is a special place that has the amazing ability to support a variety of the arts — painting, music, sculpture, photography, dance, fiber arts (quilting), etc. — and then get together to celebrate the works with the whole town. The people who make up…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  10. Sisters Art Works

    Sisters Art Works is the center for art classes, exhibits and performance for the Sisters area.  The tenants are artists in studio, musicians and even massage therapists working in the healing arts.  A flexible art space offers art classes, cooking classes, language classes — a…

    Location: 204 W. Adams St, Sisters, OR 97759
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