Oregon Midsummer Festival
The Oregon Midsummer Festival is going to be a little different than usual this year. It’ll be smaller and more intimate, located at Nordia House and Fogelbo rather than at Oaks Park, but it will still include many iconic festival features like dancing around a decorated Midsummer pole, delicious Nordic food and drink, flower crowns made of birch and fresh flowers, local craft vendors, kubb courts available to all ages, and kid-friendly activity stations spread throughout the grounds. Come and celebrate the joy of summer!
There will be two time sessions for ticket holders: 11 am–2 pm and 3 pm–6 pm. Ticket sales for each time session will be limited to keep all guests, volunteers, vendors and staff safe, and all guests will need to buy tickets in advance once they become available so we can accurately track how many people we have on the grounds at any given time. Ticket sales will not be available at the door. Masks and social distancing will be required throughout the event, and we’ll have specific signage on-site to help everyone there figure out how to enjoy all the aspects of the festival while keeping themselves and the rest of the community safe.
Ticket Sales will go live sometime in May. Stay tuned for details.