This is a riotous celebration of Eugene's folksy, hippie past and present. It's held in Veneta, 12 miles west of Eugene on Hwy 126. There's a free shuttle bus from Eugene's LTD Downtown station. Camping is available…
The great composer takes center stage, but other classical heavyweights like Beethoven, Brahms and Dvorak get a look-in as well. Concerts are held in several venues across town.
Get your oompah on at this annual Bavarian-inspired festival in Mt Angel. There's yodeling, dancers, arts and crafts, food and of course a beer garden. Most venues are free.
Wineries all across Willamette Valley celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with a weekend of special tastings, live music, food, tours and various other events.
Costumed players roam an Elizabethan marketplace, engaging visitors in late-16th-century small talk; held in nearby Kings Valley.
Over 200 artists from around the country bring their work to the state's largest juried art show, held at Bush Pasture Park.
One highlight of this festival, held in nearby Lebanon, is the 'World's Largest Shortcake' – enough to feed 15,000 people.
Everything you ever wanted to know about truffles, from training dogs to hunt them to learning how to cook and eat them.
At Corvallis' premier arts festival, live music fills the streets and top Northwest artists showcase their work.
Kinetic sculpture and home-built electric-car races are highlights of this funky arts-and-science celebration.