Virtual Activities from Tualatin Valley
While the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic is starting to improve in many areas, health experts still want people to avoid large gatherings and many events have been postponed. Staying in can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be boring with these virtual activities you can enjoy at home.
Tualatin Valley businesses need support and one way to help them is to continue buying their products and joining their activities, even if it’s remote.
While we don't know when it will be safe and advisable to travel again, we don't want to stop you from dreaming.
Explore the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals virtually and exprience one of the world’s finest collections of its kind.
The beauty and appeal of Tualatin Valley is often hard to describe in words or even in pictures.
In Oregon, we value the environment and protecting natural areas all the time, and Earth Day is a good opportunity to remind visitors and locals alike of how we can take care of our space.
Spring is in the air and as things quickly warm up, the vineyards across Oregon’s Tualatin Valley are getting ready for the literal spring of buds breaking on the vines.
April 7 is National Beer Day and Tualatin Valley is home to many craft inventive craft breweries as well as tap houses pouring favorites from all over the state, all year long.