Fairs & Festivals
We’re artsy. We’re crafty. We’re eaters and drinkers, and we’re endlessly proud of our four seasons. Here in Oregon you are sure to find a festival to celebrate whatever it is you are happen to be into — whether that be Bach, blues, beer, bicycling or beach volleyball.
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an Oregon StoryFall is Indie Film Season
We love fall in Oregon. While the weather is still fine for playing outside, it’s even better for a favorite indoor pastime film festivals. Grab your tickets and popcorn (or pinot), and settle in at one of these great film festivals around…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryLet ’er Buck this Summer
You don’t have to rope or ride to appreciate Oregon’s rodeos. Bucking broncos, wild bulls, barrel racing and calf roping think of it as the West’s first extreme sports venue. Release your inner cowgirl or cowboy this summer with one of…Continue reading this story…
an ItineraryFlower Fever in the Valley
The Willamette Valley has spring fever with plenty of flower and garden events to get your thoughts on the growing season. The Tulip Fest at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn starts March 30 and runs through April 30. Visit more than 40 acres…Continue reading this story…
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April 25 2014 to April 27 2014
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We want to go wine tasting in the North Willamette Valley. Where should we stay and where should we eat?
The towns I love for wine tasting are Newberg, McMinnville and Dundee. All three are driving distance of each other in Yamhill County. In Newberg there are lots of great B&B's and vacation rentals. Here are a few favorites: dreamgiversinn.com/ lepuy-inn.com/ lobenhaus.com/ distinctivedestination.net/lionsgateinn/ For dinner, The Painted Lady is seriously top notch. Recipe- A Nei…