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Wilsonville Festival of the Arts Coming Up This Weekend!

Come join in on the fun this year at the 15th annual Wilsonville Festival of the Arts!

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This gathering only happens once and year and it has become a popular art event that everyone talks about! If you like viewing art and listening to music with others while eating good food, then mark your calenders for Saturday May 31st and Sunday June 1st starting at 10AM!

This Festival is held every year by Wilsonville Arts and Culture Council at Town Center Park which is located in the heart of Wilsonville and home of the Korean War Memorial. This park is a popular summer family hang out spot because of its variety of options for all ages: basketball court, play structure, open grass area for the kids to run, skip and play, and covered eating area for packing picnics on a hot saturday afternoon.

Want to go but you are worried the kids won’t have anything to do? Well, worry no more! This event is family friendly! You will find art projects to keep the kids busy as well the interactive water feature for them to keep nice and cool in the hot sun.

Yes, you heard right! The water features in Wilsonville open May 31st!  Town Center Park and Murase Plaza run from  10am-8pm all week long!

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Browse local art from 250 West-Linn Wilsonville School district students, ride on the trolley and get a historic tour, check out the World of Speed Race car on display, and bop your head to the musical stylings of the award winning Wilsonville High School a cappella group, Soul’d Out!

Wanna know the best part? It’s free and fun for the whole family!

Want to know more details about who is performing and what time? Check out the main stage schedule! 

Have more questions and want to know more information? Visit the website to find out more!

Don’t miss this opportunity embrace the local culture and enjoy the sunshine with your family! This is just the beginning of the many fun events that are going on this summer in Wilsonville!

Photo credits:

Festival of Arts Photo via website

Murase Plaza water feature via Oregon live