Trilliam Festival, April 2-3 at Tryon Creek State Park

This past week brought mine and Patrick's first views of trilliums, at Macleay Park, Hoyt Arboretum, and the one above at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

Just a little over a week until the annual Trillium Festival at Tryon Creek State Park:

Trillium Festival and Native & Hardy Plant Sale

Saturday and Sunday, April 2-3, 2011
10:00-4:00pm

“The Trillium Festival is a celebration of Oregonian’s love of nature, a chance to remember this great legacy left to us by the late Tom McCall and the foresight of the state to make this Oregon’s first and only urban state natural area.”

Native & Hardy Plant Sale
Trillium Market
Garden Art Sale
Guided Nature Walks
Children’s Crafts
Storytelling
Food & Refreshments
Live Music
Raffle

Click here for more information. Not sure if we’ll be going, since I work both days.

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5 Responses to Trilliam Festival, April 2-3 at Tryon Creek State Park

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  2. Jessica says:

    This year’s festival is shaping up to be a wonderful event so we hope you can make it. We are also in need of volunteers to help with everything from set up to parking to children’s activities. If you are interested please sign up online at http://www.tryonfriends.org/volunteer/sign-up-for-trillium-festival.html or contact Amy Hoffman at 503-636-4398.

  3. darwinsbulldog says:

    I have to work, but maybe my wife will come with Patrick…

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  5. Elvira says:

    We are featuring trilliums in our next newsletter and would love to use this photo with your permission. I will give you credit and link to your blog!

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