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Upcoming events in the State of Oregon

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May Events

Portland Rose Festival
May - June
Portland

Oregon's premier civic celebration, has been a Northwest tradition for over 100 years. This unique festival bursts into bloom each spring to celebrate the City of Roses with events, excitement and entertainment for all ages. Some of the events include Grand Floral Parade, The Waterfront Village, Festival of Bands and The Arts Festival.

LOCATION:
Various Events throughout Portland
Events Calendar

INFORMATION:
(503) 227-2681

Annual Rhododendron Festival
May 17-19, 2019
Florence - The Coast

Every year during the third weekend of May, Florence takes great pride in presenting this festival to thousands of visitors. An amusement carnival opens mid-week, and then the weekend kicks off on Friday with live music and dancing. The festival includes a wide variety of fun and events throughout the weekend include parades, flower show spotlighting specimen rhododendrons grown by coastal inhabitants. car show, arts and craft fair, 5K run, carnival and much, much more.

INFORMATION:
(541) 997-3128

Brew HaHa Craft Beer Fest
May 18, 2019
3-10 pm
Roseburg

Annuel event at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Featuring Craft Beer and wine tastings and served to you by off-duty Local 2091 Douglas County Professional Firefighters and Local 1110 Roseburg Professional Firefighters, plus members of Douglas County Fire Dist. No. 2, along with live music, games, food and fun.

LOCATION:
Douglas County Fairgrounds
2110 SW Frear Street
Roseburg, OR

Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival
May 18-19, 2019

The Gorge

Since 1984 - this annual event has grown over the years to include the entire whitewater community with rafting, kayaking and river boarding events. Pacific Northwest white water festivals.

LOCATION:
17 miles upriver from Estacada, OR.

Wildflower and Music Festival
May 19, 2019
Eugene

Festival has flowers on display, plants for sale, experts to answer questions, food, Art in Nature Trail and a kids booth with nature crafts, face painting.

LOCATION:
Mount Pisgah Arboretum
34901 Frank Parrish Rd
Eugene, OR

Eugene Scottish Festival
Saturday, May 25, 2019

10am-5pm
Eugene - Willamette Valley

Annual event with bagpipes, harps & championship fiddling. County dancers, clans, Scottish Heritage Museum & Children's Area, Scottish food & vendors. It is a family event and no alcohol is served. There will be games for children, including a bouncy house, a Scottish museum, Scottish foods and a dog parade.

LOCATION:
Irving Grange
1011 Irvington Drive
Eugene,OR

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June Events

Portland Rose Festival
May -June
Portland

Oregon's premier civic celebration, has been a Northwest tradition for over 199 years. This unique festival bursts into bloom each spring to celebrate the City of Roses with events, excitement and entertainment for all ages. Some of the events include Grand Floral Parade, The Waterfront Village, Festival of Bands and The Arts Festival.

LOCATION:
Various Events throughout Portland
Events Calendar

INFORMATION:
(503) 227-2681

America's Global Village Festival
First Saturday in June

June 1, 2019
11:00 -4:00 pm

Ontario - Eastern Oregon

This festival celebrates the authentic cultural villages - African, Basque, German, Hawaiian, Japanese, Mexican, Native American, Pioneer and Scottish. Each village features food, arts and crafts, cultural demonstrations and free youth activities. The main stage will highlight cultural entertainment throughout the day. Upon entering the park, visitors will be given a souvenir passport. With each visit to the villages, the passport will be stamped. When children have a full passport, they will receive a free prize.

LOCATION:
Lions Park
SW 3rd Ave
Ontario, OR 97914

INFORMATION:
(541) 889-8012

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival
June 21-23, 2019

Astoria

Three days of Scandanavian traditions. Over a dozen Scandinavian musical, dance, and theater groups are scheduled to entertain. Retail booths will offer handcrafts, Scandinavian import items, and traditional Scandinavian foods.

LOCATION:
92937 Walluski Loop
Astoria, OR 97103

Allstate Festival of Balloons in Tigard
June 21-23, 2019
Tigard - Portland, Metro

2019 events will include the morning launches plus the impressive Night Glow presented by Walmart on Friday and Saturday nights (weather permitting); carnival rides and games, the Rogue Beer Garden, Live Music on the Main Stage; Twilight Run at Dawn, Saturday morning, Festival of Cars presented by Landmark Ford Lincoln on Sunday. and a whole lot more!

LOCATION:
Cook Park
17005 SW 92nd Avenue
Tigard, OR

Summer Kite Festival
Lincoln City - The Coast
June 22-23, 2019
10am-4pm

If you have the right kite and know how to do it, you can fly kites indoors without wind---and have great fun even if the weather outside is frightful! So everyone can enjoy this great sport, Lincoln City is bringing expert indoor kite fliers from Washington and California to demonstrate the art and teach kids of all ages how to soar without wind.

LOCATION:
center of Lincoln City, at the D-River Wayside

INFORMATION:
Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau
800-452-2151 or 541-996-1274

Bach Festival
June 28 -July 13, 2019
Eugene - Willamette Valley

Featuring two weeks of choral-orchestral concerts centering on the music and wide-ranging influence of J.S. Bach. Set amid the lush forests and scenic rivers of Eugene and the Willamette Valley, the festival also includes chamber music, family events, and educational programs in "a musical enterprise virtually without equal in America.

LOCATION:
Various Venues

INFORMATION:
800/457-1486

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Now On Stage

Coaster Theater presents: 'Bunbury'
Cannon Beach
May 3 - 26, 2019

What if Romeo and Juliet lived happily ever after? What if Blanche Dubois didn’t go crazy? When two unseen characters from classic literature – Bunbury (The Importance of Being Earnest) and Rosaline (Romeo and Juliet) – join forces and sweep through time and literature to change their fate and potentially the future of the world. Together they infiltrate and alter classic literature, including giving Romeo and Juliet a happy ending. As they travel among classic literature, Bunbury realizes what they’ve done. They embark on a mission to correct their correction and help Bunbury prove that even if he is fictional, he’s not a trivial character, nor is anyone else in the world.

CAUTIONS: If this were a movie it would be rated PG. Bunbury includes mild adult themes.

LOCATION:
108 North Hemlock Street
Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110
Box Office 503-436-1242

The Oregon Cabaret Theatre presents 'Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of the Four' - Ashland
April 11 - May 26

Holmes and Watson return to the Cabaret for an adventure that takes the audience from a prison in India to 221B Baker Street and on to the Thames for a thrilling onstage boat chase! What is the mysterious 'Sign of the Four' that's been left at the scene of multiple murders? And will longtime bachelor Dr. Watson find an unlikely love in their new client, Miss Morstan? Find out in this thrilling small cast version of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic. PG

LOCATION:
The corner of First and Hargadine Streets
Ashland OR

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