Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Large Pumpkin Regatta crowds expected in Tualatin

Large Pumpkin Regatta crowds expected in Tualatin

The Times - News
The beloved and quirky fall festival is spread across two days for the first time ever.
People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

Portland Tribune - Features
The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon
Washington County artists invite public into studios

Washington County artists invite public into studios

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
The Open Studios Tour is Oct. 19-20, with more than 50 artists participating.
Learn about region's freshwater mussels in Hillsboro

Learn about region's freshwater mussels in Hillsboro

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Unknown to many, the imperiled shellfish inhabit the Tualatin River watershed.
Interactive art exhibit at Pacific University uses ocean…

Interactive art exhibit at Pacific University uses ocean…

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
'Ghost Net Landscapes' by Pacific alum Emily Miller uses lost fishing nets to create works of art.
Falling slowly with 'Once'

Falling slowly with 'Once'

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Lake Oswego native returns from LA to star in movie-turned-musical, starting Oct. 3.
Shining a light on dark history

Shining a light on dark history

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Youth Academy's 'Radium Girls' tells story about fight for workplace safety.
Author, activist Renée Watson to speak in Sherwood

Author, activist Renée Watson to speak in Sherwood

Sherwood Gazette - News
Acclaimed writer of young adult novels and other works will appear at the Sherwood Center for the Arts.
How long can you hold it? German festival returns to…

How long can you hold it? German festival returns to…

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
OrenKoFest is back, along with its test of beer-stein arm strength and other fun harvest festival activities.
For the love of film

For the love of film

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
International film festival, hosted by Pacific University, returns to Forest Grove.
Hillsboro relaunches  Art Walk

Hillsboro relaunches Art Walk

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Downtown event gets off to fresh start in October with new leadership, branding.
Fun on Elm Street

Fun on Elm Street

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Friends of Historic Forest Grove host first autumn festival this weekend, Sept. 28-29.
Diversity Café to host 'Memory Café'

Diversity Café to host 'Memory Café'

Forest Grove News-Times - News
County disability services teams up with Pacific University for the Sept. 24 event.
As leaves drop, festivals are on

As leaves drop, festivals are on

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Forest Grove celebrates the return of Corn Roast and Chalk Art festivals, set for Sept. 21.
Creating bridges, not walls

Creating bridges, not walls

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Theatre Diaspora's 'The -Ism Project' explores race, gender, nationality from a Northwest perspective.
Reuniting the crew

Reuniting the crew

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
High school buddies meet up, revisit their younger selves in edgy show at HART.
Events that won't break the bank

Events that won't break the bank

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
We select low-cost outings the family might enjoy out and about in Washington County.
El Grito Community Festival returns

El Grito Community Festival returns

Forest Grove News-Times - News
The festival draws hundreds each year, and kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month.
'Rose' to the occasion

'Rose' to the occasion

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Tualatin Valley Rose Society holds annual flower show Sept. 7-8 in Beaverton.
Spacey summer reading a hit at local libraries

Spacey summer reading a hit at local libraries

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Programs bring the theme of space to life in a way intended to connect with different audiences.
Hillsboro arts hub gets toes tapping

Hillsboro arts hub gets toes tapping

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Hillsboro center's musical lineup for 2019-20 season includes Grammy winners, more.
Aloha author to release memoir in October

Aloha author to release memoir in October

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Jackie Shannon Hollis's book explores meaning, self acceptance and happiness
Community calendar: Week of Aug. 21

Community calendar: Week of Aug. 21

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Find fun, arts, music, education and entertainment for all ages in Washington County.
Author at 10

Author at 10

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Hillsboro sixth grader Brigette Harrington releases 'My Oregon' on Amazon, Made in Oregon stores
Native American exhibit opens at PCC Rock Creek

Native American exhibit opens at PCC Rock Creek

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Refreshed display at Washington County Museum highlights indigenous voices.
UnCorked! in Forest Grove

UnCorked! in Forest Grove

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Forest Grove UnCorked! is back for its eleventh year, with new bands and vendors
Community calendar: Aug. 14 edition

Community calendar: Aug. 14 edition

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Find fun, arts, music, education and entertainment for all ages in Washington County.
Moody Little Sister heads into the woods

Moody Little Sister heads into the woods

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
New Mexico-based band to host annual camping concert in Gaston Aug. 23. to Aug. 25.
Banks artist sets record straight with new exhibit

Banks artist sets record straight with new exhibit

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Artist Steph Littlebird Fogel serves as guest curator for 'This IS Kalapuyan Land'
Hillsboro to dedicate 'Stonehenge-like' public art

Hillsboro to dedicate 'Stonehenge-like' public art

Hillsboro Tribune - News
AmberGlen Park features a new art installation by Dann Nardi. The ceremony is Aug. 15.

Creating community, one step at a time

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Creating community, one step at a time
Hillsboro resident creates programming for community to connect with one another.

Mask & Mirror Raises Curtain On 2019-20 Season

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Mask & Mirror Raises Curtain On 2019-20 Season
Tigard theater group announces plays, acquires space for rehearsal, storage space.

New public art to be dedicated in Hillsboro

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
New public art to be dedicated in Hillsboro
AmberGlen Park, located on the east side of Hillsboro, has a new art installation.

Stop and smell the garlic in North Plains

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Stop and smell the garlic in North Plains
The 22nd North Plains Elephant Garlic Festival is this weekend, from Aug. 9-11.

Lukas Nelson: On the road with friends

Portland Tribune - Features
Lukas Nelson: On the road with friends
Collaborative musician with legendary legacy talks about his new album, opening for the Stones, singing like dad ... when he wants to

Waste not, want not

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Waste not, want not
Local metalsmith transforms plastic into something new for waste awareness exhibit

Paws for a good cause

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Paws for a good cause
Calendar contest allows owners to show off their dogs to benefit shelter in Hillsboro.

A small canvas for big ideas in North Plains

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
A small canvas for big ideas in North Plains
North Plains artists meet monthly to share pocket-size Artist Trading Cards.

For the love of country

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
For the love of country
Sundown Grand Ol' Country Festival returns to Forest Grove July 28 at Grand Lodge.

Lily festival now blooming atop David Hill Road

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Lily festival now blooming atop David Hill Road
The seventh annual event welcomes the public to Parry's Tree Farm near Forest Grove.

Summer sparks creativity at Camp Amp

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Summer sparks creativity at Camp Amp
Hillsboro Arts Summer and Camp Amp help students develop confidence and skills through music and art.

Milwaukie Porsche to be featured at Forest Grove…

Portland Tribune - Wheels
Milwaukie Porsche to be featured at Forest Grove…
Doug Naef's restored 1953 Porsche 356 is believed to be the oldest working Porsche in Oregon.

Knot average: Online company makes a home in…

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Knot average: Online company makes a home in…
Bunny Knots, baby accessory wear started by Helvetia resident Britt Rainer, is recognized internationally.

Osborne returns to classic car show

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Osborne returns to classic car show
Auto expert says Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance, which he will present Sunday, is a summer highlight.

Head out yonder for String Summit

Portland Tribune - Features
Head out yonder for String Summit
18th annual festival at Horning's Hideout offers finest in bluegrass, jam band, rock, folk, and funk styles

Bag&Baggage's war of wits

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Bag&Baggage's war of wits
Bag&Baggage opens season with modern twist on 'Much Ado About Nothing' on July 11.

Concours d'Elegance to feature racers, motorbikes…

Forest Grove News-Times - Sports
Concours d'Elegance to feature racers, motorbikes…
The annual car show, put on by the Forest Grove Rotary Club, is July 21 at Pacific University.

Redefining fashion

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Redefining fashion
Hillsboro-based Curvy Chic Closet celebrates, empowers plus-size people with its fashion shows.

What to do this Fourth of July in Western…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
What to do this Fourth of July in Western…
There's plenty to do on the Fourth of July in Hillsboro, North Plains, Forest Grove and Banks.

Live at Hagg Lake, it's Saturday night

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Live at Hagg Lake, it's Saturday night
Washington County Parks hosts free tunes, prime picnic opportunities for the whole family.

Shute Park to host family fun Party in the Park on…

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Shute Park to host family fun Party in the Park on…
Family Expo & Party in the Park come to Hillsboro for free activities this month.

Calendar: Week of June 26, 2019

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Calendar: Week of June 26, 2019
Find fun, arts, music, education and entertainment for all ages in Washington County.

A theatrical mashup

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
A theatrical mashup
Pacific University instructor directs a show that mixes live performance and video.

Drinks with dogs

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Drinks with dogs
Plum Hill Vineyards holds second-annual Doggie Day with vendors, food and fun June 29.

Saunter into sweet summer sounds

Portland Tribune - Features
Saunter into sweet summer sounds
Third-annual Wanderfest showcases top Portland-area roots musicians at Dundee Lodge near Gaston

Get ready, get set ... pick!

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Get ready, get set ... pick!
West Union Gardens has been part of county's U-pick scene for 30 years in Washington County, and is open for the season.

North Plains brings back it concerts in local parks

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
North Plains brings back it concerts in local parks
Performances include classical rock group Joyride, country artist Tom Mann and the Hillsboro Symphony Jazz Band.

More than just paper

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
More than just paper
Focus on Book Arts returns to Forest Grove, with events open to the public beginning June 26.

Reading tales with tails

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Reading tales with tails
Young readers and therapy dogs join together to read at Hillsboro's Brookwood Library.

Make a beeline to Pollinator Palooza

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Make a beeline to Pollinator Palooza
Hillsboro Parks and Rec marks National Pollinator Week with all-ages event.

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