From our sponsors:
2015 Barn Dance and Pig Roast
October 24, 2015
6-11 p.m. | $15 ADV / $20 Doors / $13 Members | 21+
Oregon Garden Resort
895 West Main Street, Silverton, Oregon, 97381
Calling all cowboys and Calamity Janes: put on your best bib and tucker, round up your pardners, and head to The Oregon Garden for the 5th annual Barn Dance & Pig Roast, presented by Double “H” Western Wear, October 24 from 6 to 11pm in the Grand Hall at 879 W Main St., Silverton, Ore.
Advance tickets cost $15 ($13 for Oregon Garden members) or $20 at the door. Tickets include line dance lessons and one beer from Seven Brides Brewing. The event is for ages 21 and older. Tickets are available at www.oregongarden.org/events/
Grab those eatin’ irons because Adam’s Rib Smokehouse promises to cook up some tasty vittles (not included with admission), served alongside cold beer, wine and spirits.
This hoedown features line dance lessons and DJ services by Rockin’ Robyn’s DJ and Dance. Be sure to wear your western finest, because the best-dressed guy and gal will each win a gift certificate from Double “H” Western Wear.
For those who want to enjoy the evening and not worry about hitchin’ up the team to get home, the Oregon Garden Resort is offering a Barn Dance package for $159 that includes accommodations, two Barn Dance tickets, two dinners at the dance from Adam’s Rib Smokehouse, breakfast for two and admission to The Oregon Garden. Book online at www.
The Oregon Garden Barn Dance is presented by Double “H” Western Wear and sponsored Seven Brides Brewing. For more information, visit www.
About The Oregon Garden
The Oregon Garden offers more than 80 acres that showcase the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest with more than 20 individual themed gardens and related attractions. The mission of The Oregon Garden is to welcome and inspire all visitors with an appreciation for the extraordinary ecology of the Pacific Northwest, and to provide a meaningful educational experience for gardeners of all skill levels and ages. The Oregon Garden offers memberships that help support new improvements and visitor programs. Visit www.OregonGarden.org or