Spend a Weekend in Tualatin Valley and Celebrate the Autumnal Equinox
It’s almost fall, and we couldn’t be happier!! Here in Tualatin Valley, fall brings cooler temperatures, colorful leaves and fall-tastic events. So, whether you’re looking for a quick weekend getaway, or you are here on business or live here, here’s how you can celebrate the arrival of fall.
Friday, September 22
The Roundhouse Band | Oak Knoll Winery | 6 p.m. | $10 (pre-purchase); $15 at the door (over 21) | 21 and under are free
Celebrate the start of fall with some live bluegrass tunes by The Roundhouse Band. This concert on the lawn is open to all, including pups (they must be on a leash). You may bring your own food and ice chests, but no outside beverages of any kind will be allowed. Water and other beverages will be available for purchase.
Saturday, September 23rd
OMSI Star Party: Autumnal Equinox Celebration | L.L. Stub Stewart State Park | 7 p.m. | Free; $5 parking per vehicle
Celebrate the beginning of autumn with The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Rose City Astronomers at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park. The party starts at sunset, and is a fun way to usher in the new season. From beginners to experts of all ages, this is an opportunity to view the stars and other celestial objects up close and personal through telescopes. Personal telescopes and binoculars are welcome. (Visit the official website on the day of the event for any possible weather-related cancellations.)
Sunday, September 24th
Fall Yoga & Brunch | Raptor Ridge Winery | 8-11 a.m. | $20 (yoga only); $50 with brunch box and wine
Immerse in the harvest with a relaxing hour-long vine-side yoga practice guided by Irene Bonn Laney of Nourishment Food & Yoga while taking in the view from our Tasting Room and Flight Deck. Add on an optional brunch box and glass of wine to enjoy after your practice. Space is limited; purchase tickets today >>>
Cedar Mill Cider Festival | John Quincy Adams Young House | 12:30-4 p.m. | Free
Harvest season isn’t complete without the Annual Cedar Mill Cider Festival, coming to Tualatin Valley for its 16th year of fresh-pressed cider, pumpkins, live music and tasty food. The festival will also host a country store chock-full of handmade, local goods, including jewelry, jams, quilts, art and more.
Check out our events and festivals calendar for more to see and do this fall.
Say goodbye summer, and hello to fall in Tualatin Valley!