PENDLETON — There’s still time to visit the “Bison: Masters of the Plains” exhibit at the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, 47106 Wildhorse Boulevard. Read moreBison exhibit continues at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
EASTERN OREGON — Halloween weekend is upon us and every community in Eastern Oregon puts its own spin on the holiday with activities for youth and adults. Read moreSo much Halloween fun in Eastern Oregon!
LA GRANDE — The annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) community gathering and youth art exhibit returns Oct. 28-Nov. 12 to Art Center East, 1006 Penn Ave. Read moreCelebrate Día de los Muertos at ACE
MILTON-FREEWATER — A short climb up a hill along the Walla Walla River southeast of Milton-Freewater leads to an obelisk honoring Marie Dorion. Read moreThe Madonna of the Oregon Trail
PENDLETON — Some “quiet neighbors” will have a voice for three nights this October during the second annual Historic Cemetery Tour at Olney Cemetery in Pendleton. Read moreOlney Cemetery comes to life for special tours
PENDLETON — This year’s annual Heritage Dinner will be a night of charity and celebration of women, sponsored by the Umatilla County Historical Society Read moreHeritage Dinner fundraiser celebrates American women
BAKER CITY — Crossroads Carnegie Art Center welcomes everyone to a free Day of the Dance event on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Geiser-Pollman Park’s Powder River Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Read moreDay of the Dance coming to Baker City
PENDLETON — The Pendleton Round-Up wraps up this weekend. Find details and tickets, visit pendletonroundup.com. Read moreRound-Up continues with parade, nightly shows
CANYON CITY — Sels’ Brewery is seldom open, but when it is, you can bet a good time awaits inside those doors. Read moreGot lederhosen?
PENDLETON — We’ve all heard about the world-famous Pendleton Round-Up, but figuring out how to experience the event can be overwhelming. On top of the rodeo itself, the Round-Up has a full week of activities. Read moreIt's Round-Up time!
WALLA WALLA, Wash. — Climb the hill to the obelisk at Whitman Mission National Historic Site and you’ll see a peaceful scene. Read morePlaces and Faces
HALFWAY — The Baker County Fair and Panhandle Rodeo is gearing up for the 101st edition over Labor Day weekend. Read moreCelebrating 101 years
PENDLETON — There are only two weeks left to “Get Wild in Pendleton.” Read moreLast few weeks to 'get wild' in Pendleton
PENDLETON — In line with their mission to keep history alive, the Heritage Station Museum’s annual Pioneer Day is an event that allows us to look toward the past to appreciate the present. Read moreExperience old-time skills at Pioneer Day
UNION — The Union County Museum will host their Third Tuesday event in the Little White Church on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 7 p.m. Read moreLearn about Union's history at Third Tuesday event
JOHN DAY — The 113th Grant County Fair kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 10, and continues through Saturday, Aug. 13, at the fairgrounds in John Day, 411 NW Bridge St. The theme is “Stars, Stripes and Summer Nights.” Read moreCheck out the fair!
BAKER CITY — Food, music and all the animals you’d want to see can be found at the Baker County Fair, Aug. 9-12 at the fairgrounds in Baker City, 2600 East St. Read more'Sew It, Grow It, Show It'
ENTERPRISE — “Splish, Splash, Barnyard Bash” is the theme of the Wallowa County Fair, Aug. 5-13, at the Wallowa County Fairgrounds, 668 NW First St. Read moreOld-fashioned fair coming to Wallowa County
HERMISTON — After a record-breaking 2021, the Umatilla County Fair is “Moo-ving Forward Together” into the 2022 event with some great acts on the main stage, said the fair's manager, Angie McNalley. Read moreUmatilla County Fair mixes up main stage concerts
BAKER CITY — The slick-talking salesman known as Dr. Balthasar is coming back to town with his miracle cure for whatever ails you. Read moreMiracle cure, anyone?
PENDLETON — The city of Pendleton is rich with history, and part of that story is brought to life in the 1953 film “The Great Sioux Uprising.” The movie, which was filmed in Pendleton in 1952, will be screened Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 6 p.m. for Terrific Tuesday at Heritage Station Museum, thanks… Read moreTerrific Tuesday: ‘The Great Sioux Uprising’
LA GRANDE — This year, the Union County Fair Association marks its 150th anniversary with the theme “American Flair at the County Fair.” The fair board wishes to invite the public to a celebration party and lots of fun-packed events during the Aug. 3-6 fair week. Read moreCelebrating 150 years!
JOSEPH — Ticket sales are hot for the four nights of pro rodeo action at the 2022 Chief Joseph Days Rodeo July 27-30 at Harley Tucker Arena, 405 W. Wallowa Ave. Read moreChief Joseph Days is July 27-30
WALLOWA — The land of winding waters will again reverberate with drumbeats and songs this summer. Read moreTamkaliks powwow, feast returns after 2-year hiatus
UNION — The Union County Museum will host its next Third Tuesday event July 19 at 7 p.m. Read moreLearn about Ladd Marsh at Third Tuesday
BAKER CITY — Miners Jubilee marks the middle of summer, and this year’s annual festival is happening July 15-17. Read moreCelebrate summer at the Miners Jubilee
BAKER CITY — Despite being closed for renovations, the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is keeping history alive in Baker City. Read moreHistory comes alive in Baker City
HERMISTON — Spud Fest returns to downtown Hermiston this Saturday with giveaways and activities for the whole family. Read moreHead to Hermiston for Spud Fest on July 9
ATHENA — The spirit of the Highlands of Scotland is alive in Athena, and the annual Caledonian Games will bring that to life Saturday, July 9. Read moreCaledonian Games bring the spirit of Scotland to Oregon
PENDLETON — What started with 10 men and five horses has grown into an association that honors exemplary men, women and livestock who embody the rich history and heritage that the Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame prides themselves in protecting. Read moreExplore rodeo history at the Happy Canyon Hall of Fame
ELGIN — The landmark 75th anniversary Elgin Stampede Rodeo will be hosted from July 6–9, and everyone is invited to join in the celebration of the Western lifestyle that ranching families embrace and value in Northeastern Oregon. Read moreCelebrating the 75th Elgin Stampede Rodeo July 6-9
The 2022 I Love Northeast Oregon photography contest drew 169 entries from Union, Baker, Wallowa, Grant, Umatilla and Morrow counties. These top three winners were chosen based on votes from our readers. Read moreI Love Northeast Oregon
EASTERN OREGON — The tradition of fireworks for the Fourth of July is strong across our communities, and many towns throw an old-fashioned celebration for the holiday, too. Read moreFireworks for the Fourth
PENDLETON — The Pendleton Library is one of the chosen 50 U.S. libraries to hold the Americans and the Holocaust traveling exhibit from May 23 to July 1. Read moreLast chance to see 'Americans and the Holocaust' exhibit
UNION — The Union County Museum will host its Third Tuesday event in the Little White Church on Tuesday, June 21, at 7 p.m. The title of the presentation is “The Mystery & History Behind Union’s Goodbrod Lake,” researched and presented by Steve Wadner. Read moreLearn the history of Union's Goodbrod Lake
JOSEPH — Mountain High Broncs & Bulls is moving the action to Joseph on Saturday, June 18. Read moreMountain High Broncs & Bulls moves to Joseph
MILTON-FREEWATER — Read moreSummer festival coming soon to Frazier Farmstead Museum
CANYON CITY — Since 1922, residents of Canyon City have celebrated ’62 Days to commemorate the event that established the Grant County town. Read moreCelebrate Canyon City's history at '62 Days
UNION — Get ready for a full week at the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show, June 5-12. Read moreWelcome to the 115th Eastern Oregon Livestock Show
NORTHEAST OREGON — Nonprofits across the nation are joining to learn more about the economic impact of arts and culture through “Arts and Economic Prosperity 6,” the sixth economic impact study of the nonprofit arts and culture industry in the U.S. Read moreNE Oregon art centers participating in national study
WESTON — For 130 years, Weston has celebrated its roots at the base of the Blue Mountains with the annual Pioneer Days Picnic and Celebration. Read morePioneer Days coming to Weston after 2-year break
BAKER CITY — Explore local history and learn about the Oregon Trail at a new exhibit opening at the Baker Heritage Museum, 2480 Grove St. Read moreWagons Ho!
BAKER COUNTY — Want to find a treasure? Read moreA busy Memorial Day weekend in Baker County
PENDLETON — Come for the sounds. Stay for the history lesson. Meet enthusiasts who eagerly invest thousands of dollars making old iron sing. Read moreStep back in time at the Old Iron Show
SUMPTER — The Sumpter Valley Railroad is up and running for the season with rides on weekends, and some special extended days coming up on Memorial Day weekend. Read moreAll aboard the steam train!
BAKER CITY — Museum and cultural organizations are inviting everyone to explore local history and art with the Baker County Culture and Heritage Passport. Read moreA passport to art and culture
UNION — The Union County Museum opens for the 2022 season on Sunday, May 8, 1-4 p.m. Admission during the opening day event, traditionally held on Mother’s Day, is free and refreshments will be available. Read moreUnion County Museum opens for the season on Mother's Day
PENDLETON — Billed as “as Western as it gets,” Pendleton Cattle Barons weekend will bring select horses and ranch dogs, a Western trade show and a barbecue competition to the Pendleton Convention Center April 29-30. Read more'As Western as it gets'
EASTERN OREGON — This weekends, parks everywhere will be covered in bright plastic eggs as swarms of children dash for the sweet prizes offered at local Easter egg hunts. Read moreThe hunt is on!
PENDLETON — In honor of one of Oregon’s most beloved political figures, Mark O. Hatfield, the Oregon Historical Society has created a traveling exhibit to spread the knowledge of Hatfield’s legacy all across Oregon. Read moreTraveling exhibit honors Mark O. Hatfield
CANYON CITY — Those two old buildings next to the Grant County Historical Museum look pretty innocuous. Read moreTwo historic buildings for one quick stop
PENDLETON — With the goal of preserving Pendleton’s aviation and military history, a group of enthusiasts initially formed a couple of decades ago. And in September 2017, they opened the doors to the Pendleton Air Museum, 21 SW Emigrant Ave. Current operating hours are Monday and Thursday th… Read morePendleton Air Museum soars with history
LA GRANDE — Amelia Diaz Ettinger’s earliest memory of dancing was in Puerto Rico, when she was 4. Read moreCelebrate The Big Read with salsa dancing lessons
JOHN DAY — Five minutes. That’s all you’ll need to savor this stately slice of John Day’s rich history. Read moreHistoric church towers over John Day’s Main Street
ENTERPRISE — Winter Fishtrap will be held as an online conference this year with two sessions, Jan. 22 and Jan. 29. Read moreJoin Winter Fishtrap discussion this month
PRAIRIE CITY — Strawberry Mountain, logging trains, gold mining history and an old-fashioned “main street” are just a few of the attractive attributes both locals and visitors will find in the Prairie City area. Read morePrairie City showcased in two murals