Hello Weekend! June 28-June 30

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If you’ve lived in the pacific northwest for a while, you’re familiar with the unpredictability of June (aka June-uary) weather. You certainly can plan a camping or rafting trip during June, but don’t act surprised if you get a little rain (or even snow) on you. July and August are the dependable Oregon summer months, where precipitation and pollen counts subside, the mercury rises, and we cram in all the outdoor adventures we can. Since we’re just on the cusp of that season, we’re going to cross our fingers and throw out some relatively low-impact outdoor events for you to choose from. Our focus this week is on Clackamas County and neighboring areas – here’s what we’ve got:

Mojo Family Fest, June 28-30

Ease into summer 2024 with a three-day music festival on a ranch in Oregon City, surrounded by some lovely nature and good vibes! Mojo Family Fest is running Friday through Sunday, and if you’re interested in the PNW jam / funk / roots / or even electronic scene you’ll find something to groove to at this pack-in, pack-out festival. In addition to a diverse lineup of great music, there’s also camping, swimming, and food vendors. Make sure to read up on the specifics of this unique festival, and go get your tickets at this link.

Storytime in the Park, June 29th

Looking for something a little lower impact and more kid-oriented? Head down to Max Patterson Park in Gladstone for the weekly Saturday story time. This runs every Saturday through the summer from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Make sure to bring something to sit on, as that grass is going to be wet! Show up a few minutes early, and look for the group of families on the hill by the pickleball courts. All ages are welcome, and it’s free!

Milwaukie Farmers Market, June 30th

Stock up on some fresh healthy vegetables and other market fare at the Milwaukie Farmers Market, running Sunday from 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM at SE Main and Harrison Street in downtown Milwaukie. This is an especially fun and lively market, with way more than just carts full of organic kale (though you can definitely find some of that there). There are 80+ vendors, local crafts, and live music in addition to the expected produce. This market has been nourishing the local area since 1999, and it runs from May through October. Leave the pooch at home (you can make it up to them with some fresh treats from the market), and go by bike or public transit if you can!

Oregon Midsummer Festival, June 28-29

The intimidatingly tall, but friendly Scandinavian folks of Nordic Northwest are throwing their annual Oregon Midsummer Festival this Friday and Saturday, and it promises to be an especially fun cultural experience for the whole family. There will be crafts, games, local vendors, food, live performances, and some excellent Viking cosplay. If your kids are on the fence, tell them there’s a replica Viking ship involved. Get additional details here and advance tickets at this link.

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