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MANY Portland Labor Day Weekend Events & Giveaways ($300+): Tumbleweed Music Festival, Corn Maze, Tour de Lab, Oregon Ducks & More! | August 29-September 2, 2019

Labor Day Weekend is back, Portland! Savor the dog days of summer at Tour de Lab Pub tour. The swifts are making their yearly stop in Portland. Check out Reuse design build competition Dropbox Derby! And you have one more weekend to see the lovely flowers at the Swan Island Dahlia Festival.

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2019 Annual Portland Dahlia Festival @ Swan Island Dahlias | 40 Acres of Flowers in Full Bloom, Indoor Display, Portland 2019 Labor Day Weekend

August 24 – September 2 @ Swan Island Dahlias – A must see for the dahlia lover, or if you just love flowers. View over 400 floral arrangements of dahlias, over 15,000 cut dahlia blooms on display, in our three indoor display rooms. This is the largest display put on by one grower anywhere in […]

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2016 Open Garden Show is Saturday in Oregon City! | FREE, Featuring Local Artists, Live Music, Beer, Wine, Beautiful Residential Location

July 16 in Oregon City – Spend the day roaming a beautiful garden as local artists present their fine art pieces. Now in it’s 4th year, the Open Garden show is free and open to the public.

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Easter @ Oregon Garden

Oregon Garden Resort 2016 Easter Brunch & Overnight Package | 20+ Themed Gardens, Seasonal Treats, Views

March 27 @ Oregon Garden Resort – Breakfast options include an omelet station, bacon and sausage, and cheese blintzes with berry compote. A carving station will offer baked ham with a brown sugar mustard glaze and roast turkey with cranberry sauce and herbed au jus. An extensive buffet will feature a variety of seasonal salads, […]

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Portland Eastside Garden Tour

Win Tickets ($80): Eastside Garden Tour | Self-Guided Historic Highway Tour, Beauitful Gardens

Come explore the rain-blessed river communities of the West Columbia Gorge as you hop from artistic gardens past inspiring natural views to the next gardener’s pride. Leave the hectic pace of the surrounding world and stroll through the lush landscape along the Historic Columbia River Highway, once known as “The King of the Roads.”

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