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Happening this Month

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Happening this Month at the End of the Oregon Trail

Opening March 22: Women's History at End of the Oregon Trail

In Their Words:  Women's Writings from the Oregon Trail

At the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor's Center, we are celebrating Women's History Month with an exhibit featuring quotes from women's diaries. Through their writings, we can gain insight to the joys and trials they experienced during their journey westward and the first years in Oregon.  A special presentation about 'simples' will be available on display, which features not only how women's plant knowledge improved the quality of life for their families but how their use of non-native plants left a footprint on the Western landscape.

Thursday, April 24 10:30am - 11am: Free Toddler Story Time with Oregon City Public Library's Missy Lipe (Ages 3 and under) More info here

Saturday, April 26 2:00pm-4:00pm: Award-winning author Jane Kirkpatrick book signing and presentation More info here

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Info Center

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Hours: Thursday – Monday 11am – 4pm