34th Annual Trillium Festival

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Western Trilliums in bloom.

 

Come out and join us!

Saturday & Sunday

April 5th & 6th

10:00AM – 4:00PM

Festival Parking with FREE Shuttle Service at Lewis & Clark’s Griswold Stadium

Spring is near and we are ready to welcome it with our Annual Trillium Festival!  Each year the Friends of Tryon Creek and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department are thrilled to share the beauty of our awakening forest with visitors as they enjoy this wonderful community event. Visitors may enjoy our native and hardy plant sale, guided nature hikes, nature discovery openhouse and exhibits, local craft and garden art vendors, and native gardening and nature presentations at the only all-urban state park in Oregon!  This exciting event supports the education and restoration programs of the Friends of Tryon Creek State Park, and is a great place to find all the native plants you’ll need for your yard this Spring. Hope we’ll see you there!

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Posted on March 27, 2014, in Events, Plants & Wildlife, Programs and Guided Hikes, Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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