Press Release

For Immediate Release 

 

Event Date: Opening June 1, 2014

 

Explore Oregon's Oldest Rose Varieties at the End of the Oregon Trail, Opening June 1, Oregon City

 

“Roses of Old Oregon: Telling History through the Stories of Roses” Exhibit at the End of the Oregon Trail

Oregon City, Oregon (McKenzieNewsService.com) May 1, 2014 - The official End of the Oregon Trail (Oregon City) is partnering with the Clackamas County Master Gardeners and Northwest Rose Historians for a special summer exhibit opening June 1, 2014. Experience some of the oldest rose varieties still growing in Oregon that were brought along the Oregon Trail with hands-on exhibits and the Pioneer Rose Garden on-site. This exhibit is partially funded through the Oregon Community Foundation's Fred W. Fields Fund.
 
Finish the experience with a self-tour of the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center's other "please touch" exhibits on the Oregon Trail, Oregon and Clackamas County history. Fun for all ages, including "pioneer dress up" in the renovated Visitor Center and lounge and outdoor Picnic Shelter and official End of the Oregon Trail marker.

 

Admission: $9/adults, $7/seniors, $5/children ages 4-17. Children 3 and under are free, as well as active military personnel (with ID).

 

The End of the Oregon Trail is located at 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR. Open year-round.

 

Visit www.historicoregoncity.org.
 

 

 Contact & Media Visits  

 

Media Contact: Gail Yazzolino

Email: info@historicoregoncity.org

Phone: 503-657-9336

 

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center

1726 Washington St., Oregon City, Oregon, 97045

Web: www.historicoregoncity.org

 

 Condensed Version  

 

Explore Oregon's Oldest Rose Varieties at the End of the Oregon Trail, Opening June 1, Oregon City

Oregon City, Oregon - The official End of the Oregon Trail (Oregon City) is partnering with the Clackamas County Master Gardeners and Northwest Rose Historians for a special summer exhibit opening June 1, 2014. Experience some of the oldest rose varieties still growing in Oregon that were brought along the Oregon Trail with hands-on exhibits and the Pioneer Rose Garden on-site. This exhibit is partially funded through the Oregon Community Foundation's Fred W. Fields Fund. Finish the experience with a self-tour of the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center's other "please touch" exhibits on the Oregon Trail, Oregon and Clackamas County history. Fun for all ages, including "pioneer dress up" in the renovated Visitor Center and lounge and outdoor Picnic Shelter and official End of the Oregon Trail marker.  Admission: $9/adults, $7/seniors, $5/children ages 4-17. Children 3 and under are free, as well as active military personnel (with ID).  The End of the Oregon Trail is located at 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR. Open year-round. Visit www.historicoregoncity.org.

 

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