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Oregon City Festival of the Arts

Outdoor 2 day Art Festival with 60 Artists booths, all day entertainment, a special children's art workshop, a silent auction, food trucks and so much more. Free admission and fun for the whole family!

Live Music on the Water

eNRG Kayaking 1701 Clackamette Drive, Oregon City

Enjoy 1.5 hours of live music with Willamette Falls as [...]


This annual trash sweep at the end of summer covers a 20+ mile stretch of the Clackamas River from Estacada to the confluence with the Willamette River in Oregon City. The Down the River Cleanup is the largest and longest-running on-water cleanup event of its kind in Oregon. Each year about 300 volunteers rally together in rafts, kayaks, and SCUBA gear to scour the stream bed and banks for trash, collecting an average of 2 tons – over half of which is recycled. Since 2003, over 40 tons of garbage — well over the approximate weight of one gray whale — has been removed from the Clackamas River by more than 4,500 volunteers. We wrap up the day with a free BBQ for all volunteers, complete with music, a raffle, and a silent auction.

Pioneers Base Ball Battle the Clackamas Nine

Chapin Park 340 Warner Parrott Rd, Oregon City

Come out and watch the Pioneers battle the Clackamas baseball club in a re-creation of the first documented baseball game in the Northwest. These two vintage teams will play a nine-inning match under the rules in play at the first game in 1866. Enjoy a summer afternoon at the park with America’s Game. Bring a picnic to enjoy as you watch the game. Entertainment between innings- and celebrate Oregon's 150th Birthday.

Watching Paint Dry-Restoration of Historic Mural

705 Main Street Oregon City 705 Main St, Oregon City

The project will take place from September 20th to October 2nd. On Saturday September 25th there will be a viewing event from 11-4. Tables and chairs will be set up for viewing while you munch on chips and salsa from Don Pepe’s restaurant. Please feel free to order a yummy Mexican dinner to go after the project. The mural of the “First Trolley” was created by artist Larry Kangas in 1992. The building was originally constructed in 1908 and has held the OK Barber Shop and later a confectionary store. It is one of the few remaining wood frame buildings on Main Street. The mural is a depiction of one of the first trolleys on Oregon City’s Main Street. The face of the conductor in the front of the trolley is that of businessman Urb Arbour, then owner of the building.

Halloween Pub Crawl

Join the Halloween Pub Crawl - Trick or Treating for [...]

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