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  1. Sisters Folk Festival

    The Sisters Folk Festival offers year-round cultural arts events in Sisters, Oregon. The festival covers six stages and includes workshops, the Dave Carter Memorial Song Writing Contest and performances by internationally recognized artists and the best of up-and-coming talent in folk, blues, bluegrass and genres in…

    Location: 204 W. Adams Ave. Suite 112, Sisters, OR 97759
  2. Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show

    The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show is the largest outdoor quilt show in the world, and a visual feast for the eyes. In its 34th year, this show exhibits more than 1,200 quilts on storefronts, balconies, fences and railings throughout town.  The 1880s-themed town of Sisters transformed itself from…

    Location: Cascade Ave, Sisters, OR 97759
  3. Siuslaw Bank Amphitheatre

    The Siuslaw Bank Amphitheatre is part of Greenwaters Park, and shares the park with a rec center, rest stop, trails, history, tennis courts, picnic areas, the rivers and osprey. The amphitheatre offers a great stage for performers of all kinds – it has natural beauty, historic value, old and…

    Location: 48362 Hwy 58, Oakridge , OR 97463
  4. Small Planet Trading

    The only shop of its kind in the Gorge, Small Planet Trading offers beautifully made gifts, furniture, clothing, chocolate, tea, jewelry, household items, toys, etc. that are Fair Trade or locally produced. Every Thursday the shop donates 10% of sales to a local, national or…

    Location: 202 Cascade, Hood River, OR 97031
  5. Squaxin Museum

    The Squaxin Island Tribe invites guests to come and discover their culture and the rich traditions of their past. In an educational journey, visitors find thought-provoking artifacts, including 100-foot long fish traps, naturally preserved in mud for more than 500 years. There are enough exhibits…

    Location: 150 SE Kwuh Deegs Altxw, Shelton, WA 98584
  6. The Arts Cabins Project

    The Arts Cabins are a marvelous art center in the National Forest on Mount Hood at 4,000-foot elevation, consisting of two surplus U.S. Forest Service cabins that were saved from demolition. They are adapted to interpret the traditional Cascadian/WPA and CCC Arts & Crafts styles…

  7. The Sisters Country

    The Sisters Country offers a unique “step back in time” for visitors and locals.  This western-themed town is the hub for eco-opportunities in the Central Cascades, with activities such as rafting, hiking, biking, fishing, camping, rock-climbing, horseback-riding and more.  The Sisters Country is made up…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  8. Toppenish

    Dubbed “Where the West Still Lives,” Toppenish reveals its dramatic history through 70 murals, some up to 200 feet long, spread throughout the town. Hop on a horse-drawn wagon and hear a narrated tour. Visit the Northern Pacific Rail Museum, housed in the original 1911…

    Location: Toppenish, WA 98948
  9. Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival

    The Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival combines internationally acclaimed jazz, blues, and pop musicians with local wines, fine artists from around the Northwest, and area restaurants. This Festival focuses on one of America’s most important and unique art forms: Jazz Music!  Some of the best–including: Preservation…

    Location: Esther Short Park, 8th & Columbia Streets, Vancouver, WA 98660
  10. Wapiti Woolies

    Wapiti Woolies was one of the original building in the community of Greenwater and built in 1915. In 1978 after a devastating flood it was moved to its current location and rebuilt to restore the original historical character of the building. It remains a treasure…

    Location: 58414 SR 410 E , Greenwater, WA 98022
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