Culture/Entertainment

From music to sports, we’ve got great recommendations for date nights or weekend adventures.

Yamhill Valley Heritage Center

503.472.2842

Friday-Saturday 10:00 - 4:00

The Heritage Center complex features over 40,000 square feet of displays showcasing the area’s agricultural history, including a collection of more than 100 antique tractors, horse-drawn equipment and buggies, autos from the early 1900s, and fire-fighting equipment from the late 1890s.  Visit an original 1880’s one-room schoolhouse, working blacksmith and…Read More

karpeles manuscript library museum

Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

Tues-Fri 10-4; closed weekends and Mondays

407 S. G Street, Tacoma WA Located directly across from Wright Park in an historic building built in 1931 as an American Legion Post. Using just two rooms, this free and unique museum is part of a collective of museums sharing original manuscripts and other items on paper.Read More

Magenta Theater

(360) 949-3098

1108 Main Street, Vancouver, WA Community theater creating quality performances and bringing to the stage musicals, comedies, mysteries, and dramas in downtown Vancouver, WA.Read More

Tualatin Heritage Center

503-885-1926

8700 Southwest Sweek Drive, Tualatin, OR 97062, USA

Monday-Friday 10:00am - 2:00 pm

A small museum located in the heart of downtown Tualatin, Oregon telling the diverse history of the region – from the ancient Missoula Floods that carried rich soils and huge boulders called “erratics” to the Tualatin Valley, to the native american heritage, and more recent white settlers that arrived in…Read More

Willamette Heritage Center

(503) 585-7012

1313 Mill Street Southeast, Salem, Oregon, USA

Monday-Saturday 10-5; closed Sunday.

The Willamette Heritage Center is a non-profit museum located in downtown Salem, Oregon preserving the mid-Willamette Valley history. The Willamette Heritage Center connects generations by preserving and interpreting Mid-Willamette Valley history.Read More