As a full service bike and ski repair shop, The Trailhead offers bike demos and rentals, large area trail maps, maps for purchase, a small selection of local brews on tap, and down-home, friendly folks who like to talk bikes/skis/outdoors, and more.
Pristine and quiet, this beautiful high mountain lake is wonderful in summer for mountain biking, camping, fishing, and picnicking, and excellent hiking through unspoiled mountain wilderness. Only small trolling motors, canoes and rafts are allowed on the lake. In winter, dry powder makes the downhill skiing here some of the best in Oregon.
With a base elevation of 7,100 feet (highest in Oregon), Anthony Lakes offers the best powder skiing in the Northwest. Ski Anthony Lakes offers ski and snowboard rentals, groomed cross-country and snowshoe trails, snowcat skiing and a charming day lodge with a restaurant and lounge. It’s the perfect down-home, family-friendly winter playground!
Anthony lakes also offers avid skiers the unique opportunity to "Own The Mountain" for a day. This one of a kind opportunity is perfect for ski clubs corporate retreats, or just those skiers who want to have the mountain to themselves, and is available for groups of up to 50 people on non operating Mondays January through March
Anthony Lakes Ski Area is a proud participant of Ski Green. Ski Green is a partnership between the Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) and leaders in the snow sports industry to build support for non-polluting renewable sources of energy (such as wind and solar energy).
Located off I-84, 35 miles northwest of Baker City
Average annual snowfall: 300 inches
Base elevation: 7,100 feet
Vertical elevation: 900 feet
Longest Run: 1.5 miles
Ski Acres: 1,100 acres
Trail Info: 20% beginner, 38% intermediate, 42% advanced
Nordic: Thirty km groomed, track-set trails (14% beginner, 26% intermediate, 60% advanced)
Ski School: Yes
More than one hundred and fifty new and antique quilts are on display at Treasures in the Attic, including a special Sunbonnet Sue quilt display. Peruse vendors featuring antiques and vintage & collectables, as well as vintage toy displays. There is a quilt raffle, museum tours, music and food available for purchase.
- 11-11 a.m. – Bed Turning 11-11:30am by quilt historian Donna Hulett
- 12:30-2 p.m. – "Sunbonnet Sue – Early Influences" by quilt historian Rachel Greco
- 2-4 p.m. – Music by the Old Time Fiddlers
Admission: $5.00, Kids under 6 are free; Oral appraisals are $5 per item.
Experience the wonders and beauty of Oregon at a leisurely pace. Get Out of Town Tours offers day and multi-day tours that are personalized, sustainable and fun for groups of one to twenty-five. Choose from tours that include wildlife viewing, scenic drives, events, wine tours, the Oregon Coast, Oregon’s small towns and everything in between. If you don’t see the perfect tour for you, Get Out of Town will create a custom tour for you.
The Aquilon Music Festival is extending their stunning events schedule. Enjoy an evening of opera and wine at the lovely Black Walnut Inn in Dundee.
Held in Bend, Oregon, Cork & Barrel is an annual three-day wine and food event. Each year Cork & Barrel brings a different and unique wine region to Central Oregon. In 2019, they are proud to feature the wines of Southern Oregon.
There’s something for everyone during these three days of events. From the intimate Winemaker Dinners, to A Sip of Cork & Barrel where you can mingle with winemakers and meet local and regional guest chefs, to the Grand Cru gala fundraising event with a 5-course dinner and Central Oregon’s best live auction…you don’t want to miss it.
Thursday, July 18th, 2019 – Winemaker Dinners
Held at various locations throughout Central Oregon
Friday, July 19th, 2019 – A Sip of Cork & Barrel
Held at Broken Top Club on the green
Saturday, July 20th, 2019 – Grand Cru
Held at Broken Top Club on the green
The McMinnville Downtown Association prides itself on providing a safe and easy environment to celebrate Halloween. All ages dress up in costume and head for 3rd Street to walk door-to-door collecting goodies from businesses.
First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday, now there is Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is the day to celebrate the Shop Small movement to drive shoppers to local merchants in downtown McMinnville.
Start the holiday off right with the McMinnville Downtown Association’s annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Festival in downtown McMinnville! We begin with an old-fashioned starlight parade under 3rd Street’s twinkle-lit trees. The parade kicks off at 4:30 p.m. and the annual tree lighting follows immediately afterward in front of the Cozine House, 105 NE 3rd St. Come early to take advantage of holiday sales and shop local for family and friends on your list. Rumor has it, Santa pays a visit every year, but only if you’re on the nice list.
Every season is perfect on 3rd Street, but there’s something extra special about the holiday season. Maybe it’s the idea of shopping entirely local for holiday gifts, sipping on hot cocoa as you admire the beautifully crafted wreaths on business’ storefronts or maybe it’s the magical twinkly lights strung up and down Third Street. Whatever it is, you’re invited to come downtown for McMinnville’s annual Holiday Stroll to experience it for yourself. Celebrate and enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas in McMinnville.