Types: Educational Activities

Chehalem Cultural Center

The Chehalem Cultural Center celebrates the arts, community, education and heritage.  The Center is housed in a historic brick building that began its life in 1935 as Central School—a Depression-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) project. The historic building houses a…

Winemaker’s Notebook at Et Fille Wines

Join Jessica to explore the decisions she made along the way in creating wines you will taste, focused on single vineyard Pinot Noir from Et Fille Wines’ cellar. $40 per person ($20 for Club members or with minimum purchase) Click…

Hoover-Minthorn House Museum

The Hoover-Minthorn House Museum was built in 1881, by Jesse Edwards, the Quaker founder of Newberg. It is the oldest standing home in the original Newberg township. In 1885, Dr. Henry John Minthorn, uncle and foster-father of Herbert Hoover, and…

Trisaetum Art Gallery & Winery

Join us for a distinctive art gallery and tasting room experience. Our winery houses a 1,500 square foot art gallery featuring the paintings and photography of James Frey, Trisaetum’s winemaker, owner, and founder.

Historic Dundee Community Center

The Historic Dundee Community Center was built from 1914 to 1915, and in 1986, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The local Yamhill County Historical Society recognizes the building for its contribution to the community and for…

Weston Family Cemetery

 This small Weston Family Cemetery, or burial ground, is located within the confines of the Champoeg State Park, which is near Butteville, Oregon. (Pronounced Sham-pooee, after a Native American name). David Weston came to OR in what some claim to…

St. Paul Roman Catholic Church

St. Paul Roman Catholic Church in St. Paul, Oregon, United States, was the first church in Oregon to be built with bricks when it was constructed in 1846. It is the oldest brick building in the Pacific Northwest. It was…

Saint Paul Catholic Cemetery

The town of St. Paul, established in 1839, was the first Catholic mission in the Oregon Country south of the Columbia River. Rev. Francois Norbert Blanchet, the newly arrived French Canadian missionary, established the mission for the French Indian families…

Provisional Government Park Cottonwood – Heritage Tree

This black cottonwood is prominent in photographs taken in 1900 and 1901 to document where the vote for a Provisional Government in Oregon took place. Francis X. Matthieu, the last living participant of the 1843 vote, is shown setting the…

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