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Tualatin Valley is rich in history and culture. And our brewers, restaurateurs, shopkeepers, entertainers, vintners and farmers are always ready to share their local stories.
This is the Tualatin Valley experience: Locals who love to meet visitors, talk about their passions, and share their favorite places to go.
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In this series of short videos, winemakers share what is special about growing wine grapes in Tualatin Valley, and why this part of the Willamette Valley is an unparalleled when it comes to making Oregon wine.
For the past 19 years, however, Daniel and his bike have called Tualatin Valley home. Living in the Bethany neighborhood, Daniel incorporates cycling into his everyday life with an easy bike commute.
Geologist and executive director of the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals shares his favorite Tualatin Valley pastimes.
Local artist Anji Grainger studied ornamental horticulture and acylic and watercolor painting, tools that have allowed this award-winning artist to capture the beauty of nature and the outdoors and to share it with the world.
Alise Hay of Dapper & Wise Coffee Roasters shares her picks for where to go in Tualatin Valley.
We had a chat with Sam Keator, who runs S & A Irish Entertainment, to find out what his Tualatin Valley's top spots are.
When it comes to third wave coffee, we trust the man in his third decade of coffee expertise. After nearly 35 years of buying and roasting coffee for large volume companies, Paul Thornton set up shop in Beaverton and opened Thornton Family Coffee Roasters.
When we talk about “deep roots” in the Tualatin Valley, we are not just referring to vineyard vines. In the case of winery owner and winemaker John Platt, the term also refers to his time invested in the area since 1980.