Wrangling cows while wearing heels

Wrangling cows while wearing heels

Singer-songwriter discusses Estacada's influence on her music When asked how living in Estacada...

Ben Dye: The brilliance behind the banner poles

Ben Dye: The brilliance behind the banner poles

The new Broadway Streetscape offers a lot of features to draw the eye. Not least of which are the...

Three-year-old takes Love Rocks to heart

Three-year-old takes Love Rocks to heart

Smooth rocks sporting tiny fabric hearts have been popping up all over Estacada. They’ve...

You've never experienced the Clackamas River like this before...

You've never experienced the Clackamas River like this before...

New business will offer equipment rentals, tours and instruction Ever wanted to walk on water?...


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ESTACADA NEWS PHOTO: ISABEL GAUTSCHI - Nobody does the Fourth of July like Estacada. The town goes all out to celebrate the nations anniversary with a lively parade, skilled loggers wowing crowds as they compete in the Timber Festival, music, and, of course, the epic Big Bang Fireworks Show to close out the holiday. The Timber Festival runs from 5-11 p.m. Friday, July 3, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, July 4, at Timber Park, 30878 N.W. Evergreen Way. There is a $10 parking fee to attend the festival. Walk-ins are admitted for $5 each. Kids ages 8 and under get in for free. Fireworks are at 10 p.m. July 4. For more information on the Timber Festival visit www.EstacadaTimberFestival.com, like Estacada Timber Festival on Facebook or call 1-800-630-7858.
June 25, 2015

Around Town

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CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Learn how to plant marigolds and sunflowers in a free class at the Estacada Farmer's Market from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 20. Kids welcome. The Estacada Farmers Market is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays at Wade Creek House Antiques, 664 N.W. Wade St. Enjoy vendors, music, food, door prizes and more. Wares include locally grown plants, veggie starts, flowers and locally made crafts, soaps, jewelry, candles and more. Learn more at estacadafarmersmarket.org.
June 18, 2015

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CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Philip Foster Farm will hold its annual Dutch Oven Cook-Off from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 20. Try samples and learn from the cooks while enjoying pioneer hospitality and music. Expect hands-on activities and family fun. Dutch oven cooks are invited to participate, call 503-637-6324 or email fosterfarmkate@gmail.com for more information. You can also stroll the gardens and view more than 40 heritage rose varieties with the Rose Ramble. Event admission is $5 a person or $20 a family. Philip Foster Farm is at 29912 S.E. Highway 211, Eagle Creek. Visit www.philipfosterfarm.com or find Philip Foster Farm on Facebook or Twitter for more information.
June 11, 2015

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ESTACADA NEWS PHOTO: ISABEL GAUTSCHI - Gary Warkentin walks the new sidewalks near the Spiral Gallery in downtown Estacada on Friday, June 5 during the Broadway Streetscape Extravaganza. 'Standing Ovation' by artist June Bisantz was hung from one of the new streetlamps adorning Broadway. The button, in the style of a street crossing button, rewards anyone that pushes it with applause. Jane Reid of the Estacada Area Arts Commission said later that the piece will make surprise appearances around Estacada for the next two months.
June 11, 2015

Broadway unveiled

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Giant party held to celebrate streetscape completion Crowds swarmed to downtown Estacada to explore the freshly remade Broadway Street on Friday, June 5. Music played, dancers danced and…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Keyoto with Pocky is a digital art piece by Estacada High School freshman Brittany Allwine. The piece won best in show at the art showcase at Estacada High School on May 21-22.
June 05, 2015

Students display award-winning art

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Hundreds of pieces showcase talents Students displayed more than 600 pieces of art in a showcase in the Estacada High School Commons May 21-22. High School art teacher Janice Packard said high…
ESTACADA NEWS PHOTO: ISABEL GAUTSCHI - The Van Winkle Family Band and other local musicians will play a benefit concert for the Estacada Community Center on Saturday, June 6. All band members and vocalists are donating their time. Come by the Center at 5 p.m. for a $6 meal and dessert and stay for music and dancing from 6-8 p.m. Theres a $3 cover charge if you just come just for the concert. For more information call Lee Van Winkle at 503-317-3494 or send him email at vanwin33@hotmail.com. During the event, a raffle will be held to benefit Meals on Wheels. Pictured from left: Cairalee Svela, Betty McDaniel, Cody Van Winkle, Lee Van Winkle and Dona Scott.
June 04, 2015

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