Due to extreme heat, the Learn To Skate Night at the Skate Park, scheduled for July 30 at 6:30pm, has been canceled.
Lake Oswego, one of the oldest towns in Clackamas County, has a number of historic, downtown commercial buildings, yet little has been done to showcase these treasures until now. The Lake Oswego Preservation Society is offering the “Blockbuster” walking tour which features 14 buildings that span nearly 100 years from 1875 to 1962. All of these buildings have a story to tell. Join Marylou Colver, Lake Oswego Preservation Society president, for an educational and entertaining tour! Meet at Sundeleaf Plaza, pre-registration is required
This tour is offered by the Lake Oswego Preservation Society in partnership with the City of Lake Oswego's Parks & Rec Department; the charge is $10 per person for residents and $15 for non-residents. Register online at www.lakeoswegoparks.org or by calling 503-675-2549.
3331500 2-3:30p Sa 7/12
3331501 2-3:30p Su 7/20
Rogers Building. Photo courtesy of Raymond S. Smith, A.I.A.