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There’s Always Something Happening

Come on out to East Multnomah County to experience a variety of events, from rich farmers markets, to music, arts, parades, and more. Bring the family!

Farmers Markets

Gresham Farmers Market
May – October – Downtown Gresham

Gresham Saturday Market
April – September – Mount Hood Community College

Troutdale Farmers’ & Artists’ Market
April – October – Historic Troutdale Railroad Depot

Fairview Farmers and Artists Market
May – October – Fairview Community Park

Recurring Events

Third Thursday of the Month
May-August – Downtown Gresham

First Friday of the Month
February-Dec – Downtown Troutdale

Music Mondays
July – AugCenter for the Arts Plaza

Teddy Bear Parade
Third Saturday in September – Historic Downtown Gresham

Liepold Farms Fall Festival
Opens in September


Sandy Mountain Festival
Early July – Meing Memorial Park

Gresham Arts Festival
Third weekend in July – Downtown Gresham

Portland Highland Games
July – Mt. Hood CC

Wine in the Woods
July – Meing Memorial Park

Wood Village Nite Out
July – Wood Village Baptist Church

Troutdale Summerfest
July – Troutdal

Bite of East County
July – Cherry Park Rd., Troutdale

Soulful Giving Blanket Concert
Aug – Yoshida’s Garden View Estate
29330 SE Stark Street, Troutdale, OR

Spirit of Christmas
Saturday after Thanksgiving – Downtown Gresham

Outdoor Concerts
All summer long – McMenamins Edgefield


Sponsored by

Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center

1005 N Main Avenue, Suite 101
Gresham, OR 97030

503. 665.1131

About East Multnomah Cycling Hub

The East Multnomah Cycling Hub encompasses the cities of Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village, Troutdale, and the rural communities of Springdale and Corbett. Only a 20-minute commute from downtown Portland, East Multnomah County feels a thousand miles away, and offers incredible resources for biking and cycling, including miles of road biking and bike trails.

Here, you can become immersed in the world of the Cascades, smitten by green pastures and rolling farmland, or awed by the primordial forces that carved the Gorge and forged the landscape. Here, we work to sustain our nature so the generations that follow can appreciate what drew us here too. If you’re interested in biking and cycling on the road or on bike trails, come on out!