Fall Arts & Culture Preview
Your guide to live performances, art and other cultural events happening this fall in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
As the crisp air grows cooler, and the sounds of leaves crunch under your foot, sights of fall arts and cultural events fill the air. Mark your calendars for these fanciful and fun arts events in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley this fall.
Professional Theater Events
Once | October 3-27 | Broadway Rose Theatre Company
Broadway Rose Theatre Company presents Once, e story of an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant who connect over their shared passion for music on the streets of Dublin. Featuring all of the songs from the critically acclaimed film, including the Oscar-winning “Falling Slowly.” Tickets are $20-48.
A Clockwork Orange | October 10-27 | Bag&Baggage Productions
Taking a nod from the critically-acclaimed 2017 off-Broadway production, this updated adaptation by Anthony Burgess of his own novel lures audiences into a glass-edged, testosterone filled underworld of a dystopian future, featuring an all-male cast. Tickets are $27-32.
Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival | September 21 | 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 2019 Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival is a Forest Grove tradition that is not to be missed! All are welcome to create imaginative masterpieces right on the sidewalk. There is no judging, only admiration. Cost to participate in the art: $12 (includes tray of chalk and a sidewalk square); admission to view is free.
Washington County Open Studios Tour | October 19-20 | 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Washington County Art Alliance presents the annual Washington County Open Studios Tour, celebrating the artists of Tualatin Valley. Tour private studios throughout the region, learn more about the artistic process, buy one-of-a-kind pieces, as well as discover your own creative side. Admission is free.
Westside Quilters Guild Art Show | November 2-3 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Spend the weekend browsing through more than 200 quilts, and shopping at the vendor mall and guild boutique. The quilt show will be spotlighting many talented quilters, each specializing in a different technique or genre of quilting. Admission is $6.
Portland Opera To Go: La Boheme | October 5 | 2-3 p.m.
Portland Opera To Go presents its poignant adaptation of Puccini’s classic story of love and loss in the Latin Quarter, La Bohéme. Tickets are $5 (suggested donation).
Explore our lively theater productions, welcoming wine tasting events, invigorating sporting events, friendly community events and more.
Taste the bounty of Tualatin Valley this fall at a farm-to-table dinner that celebrates the cornucopia of farm-fresh produce and award-winning wines.
The Quilt Barn Trail highlights Tualatin Valley's agricultural and historical heritage and showcases public art pieces celebrating the art of quilting.
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Our new hotels fit every budget and taste, from an extended-stay property to a hip, urban-style hotel. Plus, parking is free and these hotels do not charge a resort or amenities fee.
History, charm and luxury can be found in the many hotels and other lodging options that dot the landscape. Our hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost.