Upcoming Events at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
Happy Holidays from all of us at the End of the Oregon Trail! Please join us this month for the following special events:
"First Friday Film" presented by the Oregon City Public Library "What would Jesus buy?"
Location: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, 1726 Washington St., Oregon City
Cost: Free. Donations are encouraged.
Description: Do you think our culture is overly preoccupied with materialism, particularly around the holidays? Before you set out for your holiday shopping join us for this provocative film.
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Saturday, December 6 11am - 4pm: "Heritage Holidays" at the End of the Oregon Trail Join us to celebrate the season in this city-wide holiday event featured at our site and fellow heritage museums. We will offering the following: -Reduced admission of $5 to the Interpretive Center -Cookies, cocoa, candy canes in the Visitor Center-Holiday paper chain craft in Visitor Center and Christmas Story Time with Missy Lipe
Saturday, December 27 10:30am - 11am: Toddler Story Time with Missy Lipe
Join us for a special story time each month for the little ones! Stay afterwards to enjoy the Interpretive Center (admission required) and bring a sack lunch to have in our Picnic Shelter. Shop in the Country Store while the kiddos play "pioneer dress up"! Gather early at the Visitor Center at to hear stories about the Oregon Trail journey.
The Interpretive Center & Visitor Information Center will be closed and in observance of the Christmas and New Years Day holidays.
We hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and hope to see you soon!
All events are located at: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center
Fall/Winter Hours: Open Daily Monday – Sunday 11am – 4pm