There are still a lot of activities in Lake Oswego during our dog days of summer.  Here’s a list:

Check out fun upcoming activities:

Day 69 – Wednesday, August 28
LO Parks & Rec presents Hikes & Rambles every Tuesday and Thursday – just show up and enjoy! Today’s hike is Shellrock/Middle Lakes – 6 miles with lakes, Subalpine fir, old growth hemlock, and huckleberries. Today’s ramble is Tamanawas Falls – 3.8 miles where you will see the beautiful 100 ft. falls, along Cold Spring Creek and shaded large Douglas-fir, cedar, and a variety of trees. For more information, including cost and appropriate gear, go to www.LOhikes.com.

Day 70 – Wednesday, August 29
Join us from 7:15-9:15pm for Tryon Bat Chats! Sign up for a free night hike led by trained naturalists to experience the bats of Tryon Creek. Registration required. https://tryonfriends.org/calendar/

Day 71 – Thursday, August 30
Check out the new Parks & Recreation Activity location, Christ Church Parish (CCP)! Stop by our Open House from 3-6pm and meet the instructors, look at the spaces and places, plus enjoy a snack and beverage. Located at 1060 Chandler Rd.

Day 72 – Friday, August 31
Check out a bit of LO’s past at River Run Park. River Run, which borders the Tualatin River, is the site of the historic mouth of Oswego Canal and the historic Oswego Lake Canal headgate (installed in 1905-1906). It is located at the end of River Run Road. http://bit.ly/BryantWoods

Day 73 – Saturday, September 1
Oh, how I love the LO Farmers’ Market! Explore the spectacular array of fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, cheeses, baked goods, hot foods, artisan products, and beautiful nursery items. The Market boasts an average of 80 vendors each week. It also features weekly entertainment and kids’ activities. Millennium Plaza Park, 8:30am-1:30pm, through October 13.

Day 74 – Sunday, September 2
Join us from 11am-3pm at Tryon Creek Natural Area for Stumpfest – a history and ecology learning event that is focused on teaching the public about the biological and historical significance of the ancient stumps of Tryon Creek. There will be a self-guided walk, learning stations, and carnival games that teach about forest management.

Day 75 – Monday, September 3
Celebrate Labor Day with a picnic at one of Lake Oswego’s amazing parks! Have you been to Freepons, Greentree, Pilkington, Roehr, George Rogers or Waluga Parks? These are just a few options! Pick your park at www.ci.oswego.or.us/parksrec/parksites

Thinking of Selling Your Lake Oswego Home?

Prices are still increasing in Lake Oswego. Interest rates are also increasing but are still low and there is a huge pool of buyer demand. I have ready, willing and able buyers ready to purchase your home. If you want to know the value of your home in today’s real estate market, please call me at 503-804-9685.

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Moving to Lake Oswego?

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I have worked in Lake Oswego as a Real Estate Broker since 1978 and have lived in Lake Oswego since 1988 and know all the neighborhoods! The real estate market is “hot” here in the Portland metro area and Lake Oswego. I am ready to assist you with all your real estate needs! “There is no substitute for experience.”

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