• Art, history, games and so many more activities for all ages & plenty of covered areas with tables and chairs including a giant tent to relax under and listen to music and stories.
  • Family activities including a scavenger hunt, art, corn husk doll making, giant bubble blowing, corn-hole toss, giant Jenga, ladder ball and more. Hands-on old fashion wooden games, STEM puzzles, wooden pinball, and more.
  • A 3 pendulum harmonograph.
  • Bring a historic photograph to share a story at one of the many history oriented booths.
  • Bring an archaeological artifact and have it identified by the Oregon Archaeological Society and Portland State University Archaeology.
  • Interact with nature art and artists, learn about wild foods, and engage with nature authors.
  • Visit with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde and learn about Multnomah Indians that lived on the island for 1,000s of years.
  • Enjoy Community Culinary Experiences: heirloom apple tastings, handmade baked goods, fresh roasted corn-on-the-cob, and salsa and salad making lessons
  • Diverse Americana music by Oregon band Meadow Rue and local Sauvie Island musicians.
  • Island history and culture exhibits.
  • Booths on Oregon bee diversity, backyard farming, OSU extension, solar power and much more.

SPECIAL EVENT. For the first time in 25 years the historic Bybee-Howell House will be opened for a public museum for the day. Oregon Historical Society is generously donating large print photographs for the exhibit. A selection from a new oral history documentary on the historic Sauvie Island Soil Conservation District will be shown in the front room.