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News Release
Oregon City Cancels Concerts in the Park and other summer events - 05/21/20

The City of Oregon City hosts many events and programs throughout the year that have become highly anticipated annual traditions, connecting with our community and celebrating our rich history. The health and safety of our visitors, guests, staff, and event volunteers are the top priority. Considering this and consistent with Governor Brown’s Executive Order and guidance from the Oregon Health Authority, the difficult decision has been made to cancel the following events this summer:

  • Concerts in the Park – July 9, 16, 23, 30
  • Movies in the Park – August 7, 14, 21, 28

Virtual spaces and recordings are being created for the following events this summer:

While in-person events and programs will be extremely limited in the coming months, Oregon City staff have collected and developed repositories of online resources and other stay-at-home activities. Library staff continues to provide storytimes, virtual discussion groups, online crafting, poetry reading, and trivia – now accessible entirely at your home! Our Parks and Recreation Department staff have curated lists of activities for kids, stay-at-home recreation resources for the whole family, virtual fitness videos, and other enrichment opportunities that are all accessible from their webpages.

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