The City of Tualatin holds many exciting Special Community Events throughout the year, with one for every season! For more information, please call the Community Services Department at 503-691-3061 or by visiting our individual special events pages by browsing the list below for more information.
Arbor Week: First Full Week of April
Tualatin is named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters! Arbor Week is celebrated with a week filled with events and activities to celebrate the many contributions trees make to our lives and community.
Blender Dash: June
Mix it up at Tualatin’s own “everything run” for ages 6-15! The Blender Dash will include color, mud, foam, obstacles, and more.
Annual Art Show held at the Tualatin Commons, where artists showcase talents ranging in watercolor, acrylics, photography, oil, jewelry, ceramics and more!
Concerts on the Commons is a free outdoor concert series with performances every Friday night during July and August. The concerts begin at 6:30pm and end around 8:30pm. Concerts on the Commons are held on the plaza near the lake at Tualatin Commons.
Movies on the Commons: July/August
Tualatin’s Movies on the Commons are a free event that occurs on Saturday nights during the summer months. The movies are family-friendly and the fun starts at 9:00pm with the movies themselves beginning right after sunset.
Annual festival held on Friday at the Tualatin Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street. Saturday and Sunday the festival is held at Tualatin Community Park, 8515 SW Tualatin Road. The festival features concerts, food, and fun activities! Website here.
West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta: October
The annual West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta is a zany series of
races in boats made out of giant pumpkins! This family-friendly event
gets bigger and better every year!
Regatta Run 5K Run/Walk: October
The Chamber is a proud sponsor of this annual 5K walk/run created in
honor of the Corporal Matthew Lembke Memorial Scholarship fund.
Proceeds support scholarships for graduating Tualatin High School
Students. Website here.
Starry Nights & Holiday Lights: December
On the first Friday in December bring your family and friends down to the Lake at the Tualatin Commons at 8325 SW Nyberg Street to slip into the holiday spirit and watch the tree lighting ceremony while marveling at the holiday lights around the lake. Crowds enjoy carolers, refreshments, activities for the kids and holiday cheer. Come be a part of a special night filled with tens of thousands of twinkling lights, hundreds of song-filled voices, and the lighting of the floating holiday tree.