Clackamas County Lavender Festival @ The Oregon Lavender Farm
Jun 29 @ 10:00 am – Jun 30 @ 5:00 pm
Clackamas County Lavender Festival @ The Oregon Lavender Farm

13th Annual Clackamas County Lavender Festival

Mt. Hood Brewing Co. is a featured brewery at the Clackamas County Lavender Festival in Oregon City on June 29 & 230, 2019. The Lavender Festival is community event to support, enjoy, and provide education on sustainable agriculture in Clackamas County.

Cost: $5 Per Car Parking/Entrance Fee

When: June 29 & 30, 2019, 10 am to 5 pm (gates close at 4pm)

Where: Oregon Lavender Farm, 20949 S. Harris Road, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
5 miles past Carver off Springwater Road

Proud Support by:
Clackamas Community College Environmental Learning Center, Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District, Oregon-California Trails Association

♪Live Music♫

Festival Activities:
A morning demonstration of lavender distillation
Food and Beverages
Wine Tasting and Sales
Mt. Hood Brewing Co.
Portland Cider Company
Facepainting and Bubbles
U-Pick Lavender and Wreath Making
Lavender ice cream and Lemonade

Timberline Labor Day Mountain Music Festival @ Timberline Lodge Amphitheater
Sep 2 @ 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Timberline Labor Day Mountain Music Festival @ Timberline Lodge Amphitheater

Timberline Labor Day Mountain Music Festival

On Monday, September 2, 2019, Timberline’s popular Labor Day Mountain Music Festival will celebrate the songs of the Grateful Dead. The show, featuring four bands including the Garcia Birthday Band, is dubbed “Steal Your Mountain” and will delve into the Americana roots of the Dead’s music, featuring songs influenced by folk, blues, bluegrass and early rock and roll music. We’ll serve it all up the way it is best experienced – through a dynamic interaction with the audience and with the good-time vibes of an outdoor festival. Get ready for “Steal Your Mountain”!

Admission is free to the “Steal Your Mountain” Timberline Mountain Music Festival thanks to the operators of Timberline Lodge, and our sponsors at Farmer Brothers Coffee and the Mt. Hood Brewing Co. Enjoy Timberline’s food and beverages on the back “pickin’ patio” and bring an instrument to join in the jams lead by the Taborgrass Players. Visit with various groups staffing outreach tables including the Friends of Timberline, the Pacific Crest Trail Association, the Oregon Bluegrass Association, and the United States Forest Service.

No dogs or picnic lunches please. No camping allowed within the ski area. Musical performances are rain or shine – 12:00 noon to sunset.