Columbia County, OR – Local Bazaars happen almost every weekend in Columbia County starting in November. Many are fundraisers for nonprofits. They provide an opportunity to purchase homemade, custom products or find a direct sales company that has products you are looking for a special someone for the holidays or for yourself. They also provide a sense of fellowship seeing your local business people and meeting new friends. A few of the listed events are both annual and new to Columbia County but not an exclusive list:
Nov 9th & 10th: 46th Annual Arts & Crafts Faire at Christ Episcopal Chruch. 35350 E. Division Road, St. Helens, 9-4 PM. Unique handcrafted items: jewelry, windchimes, quilted, embroidered and sen items, soaps, ornaments, knitted 7 crochet items, cards and paper crafts, pottery, art prints, sculpture and free children’s activity table. Favorite Raffle “Holiday Basket” and more. Get a bowl of soup or chili & don’t forget to browse bake table so many homemade goods!
Nov 10th: Rainier Church of God Bazaar 10 – 4 PM. Hot cinnamon rolls for sale as well as many vendors.
November 24th: Columbia County Shop Small Saturday at Meriwether Place, 1070 Columbia Blvd, St.Helens, OR 9:00 AM – 2 PM. Local businesses and many artists from across Columbia County. Santa will be on site between 10-1 PM. Take your own pictures donations welcome. Entertainment by Columbia River City Singers, Vernonia Dickens Carolers, & the St Helens Public Library Ukulele. Door prizes, Free Hot Chocolate Station & treats while they last. Shop Local Bags given to all attendees while supplies last. Bring your Letters to Santa.
Columbia County, OR – Columbia County Fair & Rodeo is an annual tradition here in Columbia County. This year marks the 103rd year for the Columbia County Fair & Rodeo. Attending the fair provides you and your family with many opportunities for fun and a chance to see your neighbors. You will be able to experience the Warren Grange Farm Museum, Master Gardeners Gardens, carnival rides and food, Open Exhibits that include art, canning, baked goods, floral arrangements and more, 4-H Animals demonstrations and the Youth Livestock Auction, local vendors, a plant sale, free family-friendly entertainment, a beer garden for 21 & Older, and so much more. The Columbia County Fair & Rodeo has plenty of events to fascinate everyone in your family.
Wednesday 18th invites Seniors/Veterans to attend for FREE. RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) is hosting a luncheon to recognize senior volunteers followed by My Fair Lady Padget at 1:00 Pm. Stay around to enjoy live music by local band The Decades from 5:00 PM-7:00 PM. You can entertain kids by learning about parrot species in a fun-filled, and entertaining pirate-themed show at The Pirates Parrot Show! Jeff Evans makes events fun and unforgettable with his interactive magic. View detailed schedule online.
Thursday 19th is Junior Rodeo/Kids Day this means free fair entrance until 3:00 PM. Hit Machine, a local favorite band, performs from 3:00-6:00 PM. Jeff Evans makes events fun and unforgettable with his interactive magic. Buck Trout drives around in his little truck, his zany antics and comical stories always make a lasting impression that brings smiles and laughter to children of all ages! Plus, a pie eating contest at 2:00 PM stick around to see The Junior Rodeo which starts at 6:00 PM.
Friday & Saturday – Kick off your weekend with the National Professional Rodeo Association (NPRA) Rodeo Friday & Saturday night. Live music includes Brewers Grade delivers a set list that is always fresh, built around the latest Country material as well as covers for classic and outlaw country and country sensation, Showdown.
Saturday & Sunday – Straight Up Racing’s Monster Truck show Saturday & Sunday at this years Columbia County Fair & Rodeo! Go on a ride in a monster truck before the show starts!! Admission is $20 for adult, $15 Senior/Veterans & Kids 7-17, 6 & under are free! Fair is done at 5:00 PM.
To stay up to date, please follow the Columbia County Fair & Rodeo Facebook page and get your tickets ahead of time on their website. You can get more information about specifics from the Columbia County Fair & Rodeo: 4-H Exhibit Information, Open Exhibits, and Columbia County Youth Livestock.
See you at the Fair. #BeyondtheBurbs #fair #carnival#traditions #columbiaocountyor #shoplocal #carnivalfood #4H
St. Helens, OR – Book Signing, Open Mic, Fiber Art & Leather Making Demos, all ages Coloring Contest and more fun. What do all of these have in common? It’s the 3rd Annual Spring Into Art event at The Columbia Learning Center, 375 18th Street St. Helens hosted by the Columbia Arts Guild (CAG) on May 5th from 10 AM- 4 PM. This is a free family-friendly fun community event.
Columbia City, OR – The Columbia City Friendship House is newly open to serve as an Adult Foster Home for seniors. Their caring and professional staff offers long term, hospice & adult day care services while helping adults preserve their independence and dignity.
The Friendship House is located in a peaceful neighborhood at 1955 2nd Street in Columbia City, OR. They have five comfortable bedrooms, three baths, two dining halls, and a spacious living area in this 6,000t square foot house. The Friendship House is ready to serve your senior adult in your life with nutritious home cooked food, activities such as puzzles, games and more, space for visiting and crafts, and calming rooms each equipped with cable TV.
Want a tour? Call Columbia City Friendship House at 503-366-7981 for more information or a tour. For more details, go to their website and follow their Facebook Page. #senioradultfostercare #seniorcare #columbiacityseniors #columbiacountyseniors #hospice #longtermcare #adultdaycare #columbiacityor
Highlights– 4 Bands & Performances, Vendors, Parade and more.
Highlights – 7th, 8th & 9th – Rainier Historical Museum Soft Opening, Carnival Rides & so much more!
Thank you for supporting local events. Have a fun July in your community. Enjoy your small towns! #festivals #fireworks #familyfriendly #vendors #artisans