Sunday, September 22, 1-4 pm
Since 2007, the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD) has sponsored our local celebration of food, music, and history on the grounds of the historic JQA Young House on Cornell near 119th.
See how the pioneers made cider with antique, hand-cranked presses, and sample the results. Listen to the folk, bluegrass and old-time music of Lauren Sheehan and her String Band, and enjoy a delicious local lunch. Find out more about Cedar Mill history and the plans for the Cedar Mill Historical Society and the historic JQA Young House. Browse craft booths and learn about local organizations from our Community Partners.
Don’t eat before you come! We'll have great food! Retrolicious will be there with some delicious lunch fare and dessert...TBA! They're local, and we may get BBQ, fried chicken, and more!
Plenty of tables are set up for you to enjoy your meal with your friends and neighbors, while you listen to the music.
Boy Scout Troop 208 looks forward every year to running the antique presses to turn out free fresh cider from 1000 lbs. of apples, donated by Bales Marketplace. Grab a glass or two, you'll be amazed at the taste!
Lauren Sheehan and her band will be back!. The band brings acoustic bluegrass and Americana sounds to accompany this fun family event. We know you will enjoy their music!
Shop for crafts and food items
Vendor Alley will feature crafts, produce, and more. Shop for home and personal items, and talk to the people who make them.
Our real history
The History Tent tells our history stories with a collection of photos from Cedar Mill History Museum.
The Cedar Mill Historical Society, a 501(c)3 non profit, is beginning a campaign to raise $1.2 million to rebuild the foundation and restore the house. We’re looking to build our Board of Directors to help us in this big endeavor. Once we raise the money to renovate the house, the Museum will have a permanent home.
New this year will be an Oral History tent. Families and friends are invited to bring their elders to record video and audio to preserve the memories of those who lived here. It’s not limited to Cedar Mill, anyone with stories from Washington County is invited. Check the website and Facebook pages for more information.
The Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD) owns the house and grounds, and is the main sponsor of the event. A portion of the proceeds from the Vendor Alley sales will go to the restoration fund. Donations are also welcome!
For the kids
THPRD will bring along the Rec Mobile to provide games and activities under the spreading hickory tree, including pioneer coloring pages.
The grounds are wheelchair accessible, although the area is not paved and can be rough in spots. Free parking will be available after 1 pm in the Cedar Mill Bible Church parking lot. Look for the signs on Cornell. For more information about this event call THPRD at 503-645-6433.
TriMet - Lines 62 Murray & 48 Cornell depart from the Sunset Transit Center.
For more info, please contact Virginia Bruce.
Cedar Mill Historical Society