Tualatin Oregon Events

Take part in some of the events planned for the season on the square, as well as some that have been cancelled for the public this year.

The annual Christmas Party of Lights in the Grotto will take place on Saturday, December 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. on the corner of Main Street and Broadway. The lighting event will take place as a pre-recorded, live televised special from the Oregon Public Broadcasting Network (OPRN). The House of the Trees Festival, open to the public on Sunday, December 4, from 4 to 6 pm.

If you have a live event or virtual event that you would like to add to the event list, please email it to events at oregonian.com. Tickets are free, but reservations are required, and donations can be made online or in person at the Oregon Public Broadcasting Network office in Portland. It will be broadcast live on the OPRN website and OPRN Facebook page on Saturday 4 December from 16: 00 to 18: 00.

The National Index of the DAR Library is available online at the Oregon Department of Public Health and Human Services website. You can search for people by name or country, then go to the Genealogy and Research tab and switch to the GRC tab. Then go to "Genealogy & Research" and click on "National Index" on the left side of the page.

The Tualatin FHC contains a mandatory collection of Oregon DAR records, including an index of over 500,000 individual names. It contains historical and genealogical information about families living in Oregon, especially in the early years. There is a collection that includes records from the Oregon Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS). Details can be found in the National Index of the DAR Library on the TUALATIN F HC website.

Due to capacity restrictions, tickets for this year's event are limited and must be purchased in advance by specifying the time and start time. The annual benefit concert of the Tualatin FHC for the Holiday Musicians Fund will be broadcast on KGW at the time announced on Thursday, December 10 and will be streamed on December 11-30 for a fee. All proceeds will benefit the Holiday Musician's Fund, with a $5 donation to the Oregon Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS).

Since 1991, this unique event has been offering one of the most memorable concerts in the history of Tualatin and a unique experience for the community. Bebe Wright and her husband, the late John Wright, and family have been hosting the one-off event since 1991.

Pittock Mansion celebrates the world of animals with a Christmas exhibition featuring more than 1,000 animals from the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The exhibition includes a tour of the museum and a walk to the zoo. She specializes in wedding schools and corporate events, including the annual Christmas party at the Tualatin Community Center on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Dance under the Christmas tree, offer coffee and popular pastries, and dance to the sounds of Christmas music, Christmas lights and carols.

Tualatin Donuts Park Day is next and will be held on three consecutive Wednesdays from December 2. This family celebration takes place on the grounds of the park, and visitors must get the experience out of their cars.

Enjoy the light, festive character and magic of the holiday from your vehicle and see the newly crowned Old Time Fair Queen. Enjoy ethnic food in the dining room and introduce your friends and neighbours to the rich and unique Norwegian culture.

Ibach Park is a popular place for a stroll through the park or a visit to Liberty Park, located on the west of the city at the corner of Liberty and Mistwood Drive. The starting point is Marion Polk Food Share, a food pantry and food campaign for the homeless. A donation tent on Mistwoods Drive has a code that you can scan with your smartphone to make sure your donation goes directly to MarionPolk Food.

Every September, the Tigard Historical Society organises an old-fashioned apple harvest at John Tigards House. Many vendors participate and bring fruits from the surrounding farmland, including apples, cherries, pears, applesauce, peaches, oranges and other fruits and vegetables. This year, the annual apple harvest is celebrated in the historic district of the city, with live music, food trucks, live entertainment and food vendors.

This family event is usually held at Tigard High School and has a concession stand where light snacks are offered for sale. Organized by the Tigards Dog Park Committee, this annual event will take place on the first Saturday of the month from July to October.

Most visitors come in, but organizers hope that many residents will decorate their vehicles. The parade will be held at Tigard High School, with the route determined by the Tigards Police Department and the Oregon Department of Transportation. Families can park part of the route and walk, as well as picnic in the parking lot at the park.

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