Umpqua Valley Summer Arts Festival - Roseburg, Oregon - Art Center
The Last Weekend in June
The Umpqua Valley Summer Arts Festival is a merging of food, drink and art that draws over 15,000 people over three days. Many artists from in and around Douglas county attend this event.
Drake Park 4th of July - Bend, Oregon - Drake Park
An all day celebration. Food, arts and craft booths, fireworks, games, and hayrides.
Sandy Mountain Festival - Sandy, Oregon - Meining Memorial Park
Second Weekend in July
One of the largest Arts and Crafts festivals in the Northwest.
Scandinavian Festival - Junction City, Oregon - Highway 99 and 4th
2nd weekend in August, Thursday through Saturday
Offering cultural entertainment and activities in the authentic Scandinavian spirit, this four day event pays homage to the cultures of Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland.
Art in the Park - Boise, Idaho - Boise Art Museum
Second weekend in September, Friday through Sunday.
For over fifty years, Art in the Park has been a tradition that has grown from a clothes-line display of art to the region�s largest annual arts and crafts festival. Art in the Park also offers live entertainment, park performers, wonderful food prepared by more than 30 concessionaires, as well as "hands-on" art activities for children.
Art in the Park is held in beautiful Julia Davis Park near the heart of downtown Boise, Idaho. The park, which is adjacent to the Boise Art Museum, provides an ideal atmosphere for exhibitors and the over 200,000 visitors who attend the event.
Oktoberfest - Mt. Angel, Oregon
Third weekend in September, Thursday through Sunday.
Oregon's oldest and best-loved Oktoberfest began in 1966 as a traditional harvest festival to celebrate the bounty of the earth and the goodness of creation. It is Oregon's largest folk festival.