Tualatin is distinctive for many reasons, including hosting unrivaled community events.
|The City of Tualatin holds many exciting Special Community Events throughout the year, with one for every season! For more information, please visit our individual special events pages by browsing the list below or call the Community Services Department at 503-691-3061.|
|Crawfish Festival August 4 & 6, 2017
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! For more information on becoming a sponsor of the Crawfish Festival contact Cassie Negra email@example.com
|Tualatin’s system of parks and greenways foster the well-being and health of every citizen. Discover what Tualatin’s parks system offers especially for you. Exercise, play, compete and relax in over 200 acres of well-maintained parks, trails and natural areas. Specially designed environments and programs support the interests of young children and adolescents.The Juanita Pohl Center encourages life-long growth, sharing and caring. Signage in parks tells stories of Tualatin’s past, and alerts us to the presence of nearby wildlife.Whether you are looking for recreation, mutual support, relaxation, fitness activities or learning, Tualatin has something for you.The benefits are endless! Tualatin parks are open from sunrise to sunset.|
|ArtSplash Art Show and Sale – July 21-23, 2017 | Tualatin Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street
This annual art show and sale is held at the beautiful Lake of the Commons, where artists showcase talents ranging in watercolor, acrylics, photography, oil, jewelry, ceramics and more! There is fun for the whole family including concerts, kids’ activities, food and refreshments.
|Take Life by the Handlebars Your exploration of Tualatin in Washington County, Oregon, can easily be a two-wheeled adventure. Choose from multi-use paths, designated bike lanes on the road, and/or mountain bike dirt trails. Learn more here: Explore Biking in Washington County|
|Concerts on the Commons Fridays at 6:30pm in July and August – Lake at the Tualatin Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street
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 on the plaza near the Lake at the Tualatin Commons.
|Movies on the Commons Saturday nights in July and August – Lake at the Tualatin Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street
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 around 9:00pm with the movies themselves beginning right after sunset. The Tualatin Commons is located in the heart of town.
|The ClubSport Ascent Climbing Center houses the largest rock climbing facility in Oregon. The Gym features bouldering areas as well as Top Roping and Lead Climbing routes for all levels. The experienced staff will help you enjoy the Great Indoors!|
|West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta Saturday, October 21, 2017 10am-4pm – Lake at the Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg St
The West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta is one of the most anticipated fall events in the Northwest! Each year people come from all over to watch the spectacle of costumed characters paddling 1,000 pound pumpkins in a series of wacky races across the Lake of the Commons. The Regatta is a free event that also includes pumpkin golf, pumpkin bowling, giant pumpkin weigh off, entertainment, food, and much more.
|Regatta Run 5K Run/Walk Saturday, October 21, 2017, 9am at the Tualatin Community Park. The Tualatin Chamber of Commerce, Tualatin High School, Road Runner Sports and the City of Tualatin are the organizers 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.|
|Starry Nights and Holiday Lights Friday, December 1, 2017 – Lake at the Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street
Starry Nights and Holiday Lights is the community’s chance to get together to kick off the holiday season. Gather around the Lake of the Commons to enjoy performances by local youth choirs, a visit from Santa, cookies, hot cocoa, and crafts.